• Mother of woman who is suspected to have joined IS, meets CM
Mother of woman who is suspected to have joined IS, meets CM

The families of the youths, including a couple, from Kasaragod and Palakkad districts have not heard from them forthe past one month and fear that they have been radicalised after having gone to the Middle East for religious studies. Nimisha had said, recalled the officer, that during her schooldays at Chinmaya she poured through the Bhagvad Gita. ...

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  • Considering 10 candidates for vice president
Considering 10 candidates for vice president

The unity was less apparent in a later meeting with Senate Republicans, though, when Mr. Trump and Sen. Known to friends as an insatiable reader with the intellectual appetite of a full-time historian, Gingrich pored through "Trump: The Art of the Deal", the 1980s autobiography that details Trump's lessons in business and real estate.

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  • Massachusetts' Republican Governor Signs Trans Nondiscrimination Bill Into Law
Massachusetts' Republican Governor Signs Trans Nondiscrimination Bill Into Law

MA becomes the first state this year to enact such a transgender rights bill. A spokesman for Baker said that he is looking forward "to carefully reviewing the final bill". "What is equally disturbing is that, under this new law, parents will face criminal prosecution for trying to protect their children, and business owners could be fined or eve...

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  • Man exchanges gunfire with Georgia police officer
Man exchanges gunfire with Georgia police officer

According to a report, Beck told police that his auto had been broken into and needed officers to respond. Both men are now hospitalized: Officer Hancock is in stable condition, Beck is in serious condition. The man who shot a Valdosta police officer several times was the same person who called 911 to summon authorities in the first place, investig...

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  • Trump not an antisemite, says Jewish son-in-law
Trump not an antisemite, says Jewish son-in-law

But an Observer journalist wrote an open letter to Kushner in complaint. "Please do not condescend to me and pretend you don't understand the imagery of a six-sided star when juxtaposed with money and accusations of financial dishonesty".

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  • Top sports tribunal rules Park Tae-hwan eligible for Rio Olympics
Top sports tribunal rules Park Tae-hwan eligible for Rio Olympics

Park appealed to sport's top court after the Korean Olympic Committee left him off the national team because he was caught doping. The KOC rule was introduced in 2014 following a CAS decision in 2011 which ruled that the now-defunct Osaka Rule - which banned athletes convicted of serious doping offences from competing in the next Olympic Games - ...

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  • Spain: 4 injured, none gored in 1st Pamplona bull-run
Spain: 4 injured, none gored in 1st Pamplona bull-run

Those hurt fell as they were chased by six rampaging bulls on a two-and-a-half minute dash through the narrow streets of Pamplona on the second day of the city's nine-day fiesta. Several of the six bulls used in the run got separated from the pack moments into the 8 a.m. run and began charging whatever came in sight. "We're calling on Spain to en...

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  • India, S Africa sign MoUs on ICT, tourism
India, S Africa sign MoUs on ICT, tourism

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, center, inspects a guard of honor at an arrival ceremony at the Union Buildings in Pretoria South Africa , Friday, July 8, 2016 on the second leg of his four nation African tour. The Indian premier began his first tour of Africa in Mozambique on Thursday and is expected to visit Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia. I...

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  • Cinemark attorneys want victims to pay $700K in legal fees
Cinemark attorneys want victims to pay $700K in legal fees

Cinemark , the Texas-based theater chain, is trying to recover $700,000 in legal fees from victims. The victims involved in the civil suits felt Cinemark could have done more to prevent the massacre, such as having security guards on duty and an alarm on the exit door.

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  • Australian government hopes to win after last votes counted
Australian government hopes to win after last votes counted

He leads a divided party, he has had an election and he has delivered an inferior and unstable outcome, ' Mr Shorten said. "I still think it's likely that Malcolm Turnbull might just get across the line with a one-seat majority", Xenophon told Melbourne radio station 3AW.

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  • Durant meets with Warriors
Durant meets with Warriors

One other effect of the Clippers' roster moves: USA Today's Sam Amick reported Jamal Crawford received an offer from the team that will "very likely lead to him leaving". Obviously, it won't happen if they sign Durant. Durant could make a record-setting franchise even better. Sources told ESPN that the final decision on where Durant, a fo...

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  • 83 people killed in 2 bombings in Baghdad
83 people killed in 2 bombings in Baghdad

The figures were provided to media by Iraqi police and medical officials, some of whom requested anonymity as they are not authorised to speak to the public. The bombing came after terror attacks last week in Istanbul and Bangladesh left almost 70 people dead. "It was like an natural disaster", said Karim Sami, a 35-year-old street vendor.

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  • At Least 125 People Killed in Bombings in Baghdad
At Least 125 People Killed in Bombings in Baghdad

At least 90 people were killed May 11 when several bombs went off in Baghdad neighborhoods. The angry reception that residents gave al-Abadi, Alice tells Weekend Edition Sunday, "shows us that although he has had a spike in popularity after victories such as the one in Fallujah, by being unable to control the security in Baghdad , the prime mi...

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  • Union support for Jeremy Corbyn loses momentum
Union support for Jeremy Corbyn loses momentum

Under Labour Party rules, a leadership election would be initiated if a challenger wins support of 20 percent of the party's MPs and MEPs, which means 51 names are required. "He is the second Westminster Party leader to do so". Kinnock also argued that if Corbyn is challenged, he ought to have to collect nominations from MPs, as he had to in the ...

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  • Mother charged with murder in deaths of her 4 children
Mother charged with murder in deaths of her 4 children

The four children with "severe throat lacerations" were Yahzi , 6-months-old; Sya , 3; Sahvi , 2; and Tallen , 4. A fifth child, seven-year-old Dallen Clayton , fled the apartment and escaped the attack, the affidavit said . "The only thing I can do is support and pray for her. I hope she knows that there are people who aren't passing jud...

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  • Leadsom Attacks May Over EU As Support Grows
Leadsom Attacks May Over EU As Support Grows

On Twitter Mrs Leadsom said: "Delighted to say I'm running for the Conservatives Leadership". The Daily Telegraph understands that around 30 MPs who had previously declared their support for Mr Johnson will next week endorse Mrs Leadsom, making her the most popular anti-EU candidate.

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  • Memphis lands Chandler Parsons for 4 years, $94M
Memphis lands Chandler Parsons for 4 years, $94M

The 28-year-old Conley had been courted by a number of free agent wooers, including the Mavericks and the NY teams, to the point that some major concern began to arise in the Grizzlies front office about the possibility of his departure.

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  • Emory students killed in Dhaka siege
Emory students killed in Dhaka siege

Gunmen took hostages before troops stormed the cafe roughly 12 hours later. An Indian government source who was not authorized to discuss details of the crisis said on condition of anonymity that the 20 hostages killed during the attack in the Bangladeshi capital included Italians, Japanese, South Koreans, Bangladeshis and one Indian.

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  • Tornado watch issued for New Haven area ahead of evening storms
Tornado watch issued for New Haven area ahead of evening storms

Check back for updates. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop in the afternoon, the National Weather Service said. Rain may fall between 2 p.m.to 9 p.m., with up to a 60% chance of isolated downpours and thunderstorms.

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  • Democratic Party platform includes Bernie Sanders ideas
Democratic Party platform includes Bernie Sanders ideas

Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign - the document pledged to end income inequality. Stein, the presumptive Green Party nominee, has been making the case in interviews , rallies and appearances across the country that supporters of Sanders should consider casting a ballot for her in the fall, emphasizing the common agenda and progressive wor...

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  • Texas may not restore lost abortion clinics despite ruling
Texas may not restore lost abortion clinics despite ruling

In a decision by 5-3, the Supreme Court said two parts of the Texas law created a "substantial obstacle in the path of women" who are seeking abortions and neither provision "offers medical benefits sufficient to justify the burdens upon access that each imposes".

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  • Division, confusion as EU rethinks future without Britain
Division, confusion as EU rethinks future without Britain

Mr. Cameron addressed the House of Commons on his meeting with European Union leaders on Tuesday, saying there had been sadness and regret at Britain's decision to leave, but European Union leaders were prepared for constructive discussions.

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  • Arbitration panel to rule July 12 in South China Sea dispute
Arbitration panel to rule July 12 in South China Sea dispute

In the case before The Hague , the Philippines wants an arbitral tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration to declare China's 9-dash line as baseless under worldwide law. Although he is not privy to the verdict and expects to know about the decision on July 12, Reichler stated, "We are confident we will have success on the merits".

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  • Gingrich being vetted for Trump VP
Gingrich being vetted for Trump VP

Other names to watch include three US senators, Bob Corker of Tennessee, Joni Ernst of Iowa and Jeff Sessions of Alabama, and two other governors, Mike Pence of IN and Mary Fallin of Oklahoma, Republicans close to the campaign said this week.

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  • Austria's presidential election must be held again, court rules
Austria's presidential election must be held again, court rules

While insisting that the blue cornflower was "not a Nazi symbol", Bernhard Weidinger, a Vienna-based historian, allowed that Norbert Hofer and the Freedom Party have cultivated "ambivalence" toward the past. Former leader of the "greens", Alexander Van der Bellen won by a small margin the second round of elections, which took place in May. Th...

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  • Israeli officials says UK Labour Party has apologized
Israeli officials says UK Labour Party has apologized

No mention was made of Mr Livingstone's remarks regarding Hitler. Shami Chakrabarti, the former head of civil rights group Liberty, led the inquiry , which consulted with the Jewish community and examines ways to tackle anti-Semitism and discrimination.

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  • Israel slaps closure on Hebron after Palestinian attacks: army
Israel slaps closure on Hebron after Palestinian attacks: army

The two wounded Israelis are said to have sustained moderate and mild injuries. The attack took place in Hebron, Israel, which is in the West Bank. The assailants that have been killed have been shot by their casualties or by security forces as strikes were carried out by them.

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  • Hassan Whiteside makes his decision: He's staying in Miami
Hassan Whiteside makes his decision: He's staying in Miami

With that additional money available, Miami would have about $41 million to fit Durant and Wade under the cap. I just wanted to take this time to tell all the fans how much you mean to this team, and to me. Durant is expected to sign a max deal with a projected starting annual salary of $26.4 million this summer, and Wade will likely be asked to ta...

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  • United Kingdom has the world's fastest mobile internet
United Kingdom has the world's fastest mobile internet

Mobile connections are even slower. It was far higher than the rest of Europe - by about 10 Mbps - while the USA recorded average speeds of only 5.1 Mbps when connecting to Akamai's platform. But we've got a long way to go if we want to catch up with South Korea, which continues to dominate with a 29Mbps average speed. Asian and European nation...

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  • Xi urges Chinese Communist Party to embrace Marxist roots
Xi urges Chinese Communist Party to embrace Marxist roots

The ruling party must maintain absolute power in the country, strengthen its military and enhance its role on the world stage, Xi told serried ranks of top officials in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, to rapturous applause. It also questioned the legality of the tribunal, while officials here stated that the verdict would go against Beijing ...

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  • Trump takes on trade deals in Pennsylvania speech
Trump takes on trade deals in Pennsylvania speech

But for now, it seems like the only wall he is getting is a garbage wall right behind himself. Donald Trump is proudly pro-torture but, in a Tuesday speech in OH, the real question he left open is whether he is also pro-beheading. Still, trade among the three nations was growing well before the agreement took effect in 1993, and, according to con...

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  • Clinton to offer debt forgiveness to young entrepreneurs
Clinton to offer debt forgiveness to young entrepreneurs

It can be a lot harder if you're juggling student loan payments. "And that cuts into what you are able to do and what type of risk you can take". The borrowers would accrue zero interest and zero principal. "We have to make sure every student in America, no matter what ZIP code that student lives in, gets the chance to learn computer science before...

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  • Ben Younger's BLEED FOR THIS Trailer Starring Miles Teller
Ben Younger's BLEED FOR THIS Trailer Starring Miles Teller

Nicknamed "The Pazmanian Devil", Pazienza overcame what is considered by some to be one of the most severe injuries a professional fighter has ever came back from, when he was involved in a auto crash that nearly severed his spinal cord and rendered him in a head brace.

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  • Russian visitors will return to Turkey
Russian visitors will return to Turkey

The presidents of Russian Federation and Turkey agreed on Wednesday to resume bilateral cooperation, including in the fight against terrorism, after a period of diplomatic tension and said they wanted to hold a face-to-face meeting. TASS reported that Russia's Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak said earlier this country was "ready to implement the Sou...

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  • Rivals Who Broke Pledge Shouldn't Be Allowed to Run for Office Again
Rivals Who Broke Pledge Shouldn't Be Allowed to Run for Office Again

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich are all-too-familiar with criticism from Donald Trump from their time in the Republican presidential primaries. Trump called Republicans who wouldn't back the pledge "sore losers". However, the American electorate is becoming younger and less white. Dunn's reluctance - Trump won his state wi...

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