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Author: 0 Trump, Clinton Cancel Campaign Events; Respond To Shootings

Governor Ralph Northam were to blame for the deaths of police officers in Dallas. "Too many Americans feel like they've lost hope", Trump said in a statement . The shootings started at 8.45pm as hundreds of protesters marched through Dallas demanding justice for two black men shot dead by police earlier this week in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and St.

Author: 0 What did Cristiano Ronaldo say to Gareth Bale at full

For the country it will be a momentous occasion and a chance to banish memories of its only previous final - at Euro 2004 - when the Portuguese lost to rank outsider Greece on home soil. But Bale added: "We can be a better side from it. "We've grown in confidence, we- 've grown in stature and I think we'll be more respected". Portugal had not previously won a game inside 90 minutes at the tournament and had been criticised for taking part in boring matches.

World Media Brexit Champion Nigel Farage Steps Down as Ukip Leader
Author: 0 Brexit Champion Nigel Farage Steps Down as Ukip Leader

Cameron. On hearing of Carswell's reaction, Farage quipped, " I'm pleased that he is smiling because that's not something I have seen very often from him ". Farage says he has no desire to return to the Conservative Party - which he left in 1992. But as a party we will be absolutely fine. Farage previously tried to quit as UKIP leader following the 2015 election, only to later change his mind.

Author: 0 Colorado Congressman Questions FBI Director Over Clinton Emails

The FBI investigation began last July after the Intelligence Community Inspector General issued a referral indicating that Clinton's use of a private email service could have involved mishandling of classified information . Clinton has put out under oath or in the public sphere", he said. "Did Hillary Clinton give non-cleared people access to classified information", he asked.

Author: 0 German Intelligence: Iran Seeking Nukes

The 317-page report said Iran in 2015 was attempting to acquire the illicit weapons technology at "a quantitatively high level", even by worldwide standards. The NRW intelligence report said procurement efforts in 2015 had been focused on so-called "dual-use" technologies that can be used in both civil and military sectors.

World Media Tributes pour in from Qatar after death of renowned Pakistani 'saint'
Author: 0 Tributes pour in from Qatar after death of renowned Pakistani 'saint'

He went on to create the Edhi Foundation , which operated several free-of-charge necessary resources, such as nursing homes and soup kitchens, as well as the largest ambulance service in Pakistan. "Let's remember Edhi's legacy and honour him by continuing his mission", Malala added. Besides Hussain and Raheel, the heads of the other armed forces, the Chief Ministers of the Punjab and Sindh provinces, Chairman Senate and other leading political and prominent personalities attended the ...

Author: 0 Second day of clashes at Al-Aqsa Mosque

Palestinians on their way to Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque where Palestinian and Israeli police have been involved in a clash for two days in a row. Despite this, hundreds of Israeli forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound on Sunday and Monday as Ramadan entered its final ten days, evacuating Muslim worshipers to allow right-wing Jewish Israelis to tour the compound freely.

Author: 0 Dallas police shootings: Who are the victims?

Democratic Representative GK Butterfield, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, said if Congress failed to act on gun violence and alleged police abuse of blacks, "it will be a long, hot summer". Critics accused him of prioritizing black communities' struggles with police over law enforcement agencies' attempts to keep the peace - and with using the deaths of the Dallas police officers to push for gun control by noting the availability of assault weapons in the U.S.

World Media India's Modi marks Gandhi's historic South African ride
Author: 0 India's Modi marks Gandhi's historic South African ride

Gandhi that ended up shaping the fate of both countries. On same train to Pietermaritzburg, Modi tells reporters Gandhi, Mandela would continue to inspire future generations . On Friday, the Prime Minister visited Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, where Gandhi was incarcerated in 1906 for resisting racism and apartheid. This is Modi's first visit to mainland Africa and is also the first prime ministerial visit from India to South Africa since then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived ...

World Media Tony Blair is unrepentant despite a damning verdict on the Iraq war
Author: 0 Tony Blair is unrepentant despite a damning verdict on the Iraq war

In his 12-volume document, Sir John placed the burden of responsibility on Blair and revealed the extent of his alliance with the then United States president George W. He argued that had Saddam Hussein been left in power, "he would have gone back to his [weapons of mass destruction] programmes again". In a press conference shortly after Chilcot had finished speaking, some of the families of British soldiers killed during the conflict said they would examine the report's findings and ...

Author: 0 NATO leaders resume key summit; Afghanistan, Iraq on agenda

U.S. President Barack Obama pushes for peace and delivers remarks on the police shootings in Dallas after meeting with European Union leaders at the NATO Summit in Warsaw, Poland. Meanwhile, some law enforcement officials have accused Obama of unfairly blaming the police and making their unsafe jobs even riskier. "We'll have more details about next week's activities as soon as they are available".

Author: 0 Germany Says Iran Still Trying To Acquire Nuclear Technology

Merkel added that NATO's anti-missile system targets Iran's rocket program and was "developed purely for defense". Germany charged on July 8 that conservative forces in Iran still appear to be trying to acquire nuclear technology, likely with the goal of undermining Tehran's nuclear deal with the West.

World Media Poster boy of Hizb killed in an encounter
Author: 0 Poster boy of Hizb killed in an encounter

Eight of them were killed in "retaliatory" action by security forces, Sahai said, adding one person died due to drowning. "We have had a very hard day today", said ADGP (CID) of J&K Police S M Sahai while describing the situation "bad in certain segments", "not critical" in areas like north Kashmir and under control in Srinagar .

Author: 0 United Nations criticises Israeli plans to expand settlements

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made a decision to allow the expansion of a West Bank settlement in the wake of the stabbing death of a 13-year-old Israeli-American girl, reports said on Sunday. The first reason for the failure of the peace negotiations is the settlements that ruin the two-state solution. A general view of the Israeli West Bank settlement of Beitar Illit, near the Palestinian town of Bethlehem, on May 17, 2016.

Author: 0 Why Netanyahu is Taking Israel Back to Africa

Netanyahu began a four-day tour that will encompass visits to Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia, in what he has described as Israel's attempt to "return to Africa in a big way". I believe that this is not just good for Kenya. President Museveni commended Netanyahu for turning the sad commemoration event into a bonding factor between countries in Central Africa and Israel.

Author: 0 Saudi King warns extremists against radicalisation of Saudi youth

Sheikh Tamim stressed Qatar's full solidarity and standing by Saudi Arabia and its support for all efforts and actions being taken to confront terrorism and extremism to protect its security and stability, which are the security and stability of Arab Gulf states.

Author: 0 Chinese Propaganda Arm: Prepare For War In The South China Sea

The Philippines brought the case to the Permanent Court of Arbitration, challenging China's claims to much of the South China Sea , including several disputed islands and reefs. But Tuesday's comments were the first since becoming president confirming he was open to talks, which have always been favoured by China because of its perceived advantage.

World Media Dallas shooting victim Brent Thompson remembered
Author: 0 Dallas shooting victim Brent Thompson remembered

A native of California, Ahrens was a 14-year veteran of the Dallas Police Department. Before moving to Dallas , Krol had served in the Wayne County, Michigan , jail system from 2003 to 2007, said the county sheriff, Benny N. Michael Krol's lifelong dream was to be a police officer, his uncle, Jim Ehlke, told CNN affiliate WDIV. This is Brent Thompson with his grandson.

Author: 0 North Korea 'Tests Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile

The North's foreign ministry called the sanctions against Kim "the worst hostility and an open declaration of war ", vowing to take "the toughest countermeasures to resolutely shatter the hostility of the US". "This is an important ... decision", General Vincent Brooks, commander of US forces in South Korea , said in a statement. The launches were the latest in a series of nuclear weapons and ballistic missile tests that have raised tensions on the Korean Peninsula and led to a ...

Author: 0 U.S. airstrikes kill 250 ISIS fighters outside Fallujah

Amid the heavy fighting, al-Saloum said the New Syrian Army forces were unable to keep the base and other outposts to the south, near the Qaim border crossing with Iraq. Allen said the coalition destroyed an estimated 55 vehicles from a convoy that gathered in areas southwest of Fallujah and a further 120 in an area northwest of the city.

Author: 0 Lucknow Shia Muslims protest against controversial Zakir Naik

We filed a report on the event in which 12 people converted to Islam at the venue, they have transformed at least 12 girls and boys into Muslim from Hindu and Jain. This is not the first time city-based Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik is under the scanner for his connection with terrorist acts. "But questions have been raised about it ( Peace TV ) after the Gulshan attack, we'll implement any decision to be taken by the government in this connection", he said.

Author: 0 Despite U.N. rebuke, Iran says it will continue missile program

The U.S., France, Britain and Germany called in March for the Security Council to discuss "appropriate responses" to Iran's ballistic missile activity, which they said was "destabilizing and provocative". Iran must be vigilant following the comments from both Ban and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the head of the country's Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, said in an interview to state TV according to the semi-official Fars News Agency.

World Media Defiant Corbyn defends his record as Labour leader
Author: 0 Defiant Corbyn defends his record as Labour leader

One Labour member said that the parliamentary party remain resolute in their efforts to get Mr Corbyn to stand down following last week's vote of no confidence. Given how few supporters Mr Corbyn has left among Labour MPs and MEPs, he might struggle to find 50 who are prepared to nominate him. "I believe that all of us whose priority is to restore unity in the Labour movement and give us a chance to defeat our only true enemy, the Tories, should give these talks every chance to succeed".

Author: 0 Froome win stage eight and yellow jersey

Froome contradicted his manager, though, saying: "It wasn't planned". "It was just bit of fun really". So I made a decision to give it a go in the descent. As of the moment, all the breakaway riders have been caught by the peloton in the Hourquette Ancizan. Pinot was joined by Alberto Contador's Tinkoff teammate, Rafal Majka, and time trial specialist Tony Martin as riders climbed the Tourmalet for the 84th time in Tour history.

World Media Car bomb hits army outpost in Turkey; 2 dead
Author: 0 Car bomb hits army outpost in Turkey; 2 dead

The statement also stated seven people were wounded, including three people who are in critical condition. The latest auto bombing targeted the Cevizlik village outpost in Mardin province, which borders Syria, around 12:40 p.m. A security source said the blast in Mardin was the work of the Kurdistan Workers Party ( PKK ), Anadolu reported. Turkey started a large-scale operation against the PKK after the attack, Trend reports with reference to the Haber7 newspaper.

Author: 0 Clinton: Dallas shootings an 'absolutely horrific event'

The attack has forced both the candidates to address racial divisions while showing support for USA law enforcement officials. Clinton will address the Dallas shooting and likely the deaths of Sterling and Castile Friday evening during an appearance at the African-Methodist Episcopal Convention in Philadelphia, according to a campaign aide.

Author: 0 Sanders expected to endorse Clinton on Tuesday

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is preparing to endorse Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton next week in New Hampshire if they are able to iron out their differences in time, according to a report from CNN . If she wins, Clinton will likely head into office with historically bad favorability ratings-still tarnished from the email ordeal at a moment when (in all probability) Republicans will finally have Trump out of their (ahem) hair.

Author: 0 Five arrested over sex assault at Pamplona bull-running festival

In one incident, four bulls crashed into a bunch of participants close to the end of the race, and several people narrowly missed being gored. Other runners pulled the animal's tail in a desperate attempt to get it away from the injured person.

World Media Bribery case: Present and ex-MD of PSU arrested
Author: 0 Bribery case: Present and ex-MD of PSU arrested

The raids were conducted in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh's Agra and Noida cities following the interrogation of Rajendra Kumar his close aide Ashok Kumar, former assistant director of Value-Added Tax department Tarun Sharma, and Endeavour Systems Private Limited (ESPL) directors Sandeep Kumar and Dinesh Kumar Gupta who were arrested by the agency on Monday.

World Media Bangladesh Govt Doesn't Believe I Inspired Terror Act: Zakir Naik
Author: 0 Bangladesh Govt Doesn't Believe I Inspired Terror Act: Zakir Naik

Union minister of state for home affairs Kiren Rijiju had on Wednesday told reporters in Delhi that, "Zakir Naik's speech is a matter of concern for us". Dr Zakir, who is in Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah, was known for his regular "peace conferences" in which he "clarified Islamic view points and cleared misconceptions with authentic interpretation of original religious verses".

Author: 0 Ten police officers shot in Dallas, three dead

Two officers were wounded, one critically. In Philadelphia, Erica Mines of the Philly Coalition for REAL Justice said the group is planning a "Weekend of Rage". Gillard said she is upset about the recent high-profile killings of young black men by police. Video from the Dallas scene showed protesters marching along a downtown street about half a mile from City Hall when shots erupted and the crowd scattered, seeking cover.