• Trump lashes out at Democrats after Georgia win
Trump lashes out at Democrats after Georgia win

She will fight for lower taxes, great healthcare strong security-a hard worker who will never give up! Ossoff , whose campaign had been infused with $24 million from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and $8 million from other contributors, had been the projected front-runner by pollsters.

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  • North Korea denies torturing Otto Warmbier
North Korea denies torturing Otto Warmbier

President Trump said on Monday North Korea's authorities were responsible for the student's death, stressing that his administration planned to prevent any new such incidents. The spokesman said it was a "mystery" as to why Warmbier died days after returning home, but compared his death to the case of another American detainee, Evan Hunziker.

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  • Bombings At Market In Northwest Pakistan Kill 15
Bombings At Market In Northwest Pakistan Kill 15

Investigators said the attack targeted police. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif called for security to be expanded the nation over as he censured the attack, saying that no Muslim would ever imagine conferring such an "awful" act. However, Sunni militant groups have claimed responsibility for several attacks in the area in the past. A suici...

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  • Airstrike Last Month Might Have Killed ISIS Leader — Russian Military
Airstrike Last Month Might Have Killed ISIS Leader — Russian Military

The last time Baghdadi spoke out was in an audio released November 3, in which he urged followers to defend Mosul against an offensive launched the month before by the Iraqi armed forces and the USA -led military coalition. It added: "According to information that is being checked through various channels, IS leader Ibrahim Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi, wh...

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  • Opposition unhappy over JD-U's Kovind-support decision
Opposition unhappy over JD-U's Kovind-support decision

Nitish's comments came after attending an Iftar party hosted by the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) in Patna on Friday. "There is no doubt about the result". Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several top leaders of the BJP including party president Amit Shah accompanied Ram Nath Kovind . He denied that his support to Ramnath Kovind was weakeni...

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  • Lalu again appeals to Nitish to reconsider decision on Kovind
Lalu again appeals to Nitish to reconsider decision on Kovind

After, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced his support to NDA candidate for the presidential election , Ram Vilas Paswan in his statement to TOI, apprecited his support saying the Bihar CM seems to be uncomfortable sharing the power with Lalu Prasad 's Rashtriya Janata Dal .

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  • Appreciate China but it's efforts on N. Korea
Appreciate China but it's efforts on N. Korea "have not worked out"

It seems President Trump may have had enough. "We must step up our efforts to help to curtail these sources of revenue". Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the American people are growing increasingly frustrated over the government in North Korea that "provokes, provokes and provokes".

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  • Indian passports to be bilingual: Government
Indian passports to be bilingual: Government

The Committee of Parliament on the Official Language in its 9th report recommended "Hindi" language entries in passports. "We have brought improvement in passport rules, services and focused on doorstep delivery", Sushma Swaraj added. After studying passport rules, she realised that some norms were "unnecessary, obsolete or impractical". While appl...

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  • Pawn shop workers help nab polygamous sect leader Lyle Jeffs
Pawn shop workers help nab polygamous sect leader Lyle Jeffs

Haug alerted police and his employee called the Federal Bureau of Investigation - providing authorities with store video of Jeffs, pawn paperwork bearing his information and the vehicle Jeffs was driving: A silver Ford-F-150 pickup truck. It came a decade after his brother Warren Jeffs was featured on a similar poster. During Jeffs' first visit, ...

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  • Gulf countries order Qatar to close Al-Jazeera and other outlets
Gulf countries order Qatar to close Al-Jazeera and other outlets

Beirut-based political analyst George Alam said Qatar is unlikely to agree to the demands. The crisis has also drawn in the United States, whose Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called for Gulf unity. Other allies, including Bahrain and Egypt, followed. Saudi Arabia and Iran are at odds over a number of regional issues, including Iran'...

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  • Iran misses targets in missile attack on Syria
Iran misses targets in missile attack on Syria

Iran described the strike as revenge for attacks on Tehran earlier this month that killed at least 18 people and wounded more than 50, the first such IS assault in the country. Walla news corroborated Yaari's report, quoting unnamed "diplomatic sources " as saying that only one or two of the seven Iranian missiles hit their target.

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  • Have no political affiliation, President is above politics: Ram Nath Kovind
Have no political affiliation, President is above politics: Ram Nath Kovind

With both the NDA and the Opposition parties' presidential candidates already in the fray - Ram Nath Kovind (NDA) and Meira Kumar (UPA), the result is already decided especially after Nitish Kumar of the RJD and Bihar's Chief Minister has thrown in his lot with the NDA selected candidate.

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  • Tourist bus hits top of Paris tunnel, 4 injured, 1 serious
Tourist bus hits top of Paris tunnel, 4 injured, 1 serious

The Big Bus organizes visits to the most popular tourist attractions in Paris , with its red open buses offering panoramic views of the capital of France. local time (1100GMT), a bus transporting 18 tourists tried to enter the Alexandre III tunnel which is forbidden for 2.7-meter-high vehicles, the daily Le Parisien reported.

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  • Australia says to resume air strikes in Syria after Russian Federation threat
Australia says to resume air strikes in Syria after Russian Federation threat

Army Col. Ryan Dillon , spokesman for the coalition, told reporters at the Pentagon that the USA goal is to defeat IS wherever it exists. He also said he was looking for a "political and diplomatic road map" but did not mention the United States or the United Nations.

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  • Facebook launches plan to combat online extremism
Facebook launches plan to combat online extremism

Facebook is working on the initiative alongside the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, a counter-extremism campaign group. "There is no place for hate or violence on Facebook", the company's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg said Friday.

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  • East Timor to return Kerobokan escapees
East Timor to return Kerobokan escapees

The two other convicts, Australia's Shaun Edward Davidson and Malaysia's Tee Kok King continue to be on the run. Tee is serving a seven and a half year sentence for a drug related offence. "We are questioning them now", he said. They escaped through a tunnel they dug. "But so far we found they were operating as per standard operating procedure"...

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  • Three LeT Militants Killed in Encounter in Kashmir
Three LeT Militants Killed in Encounter in Kashmir

Working on a lead, Rashtriya Rifles, the Special Operations Group (SOG) Police and the Central Reserve Police Force in a coordinated operation gunned down the two slain militants. In several such cases, locals shielded the militants and helped them to break the security forces' cordon and flee. The official said forces responded by firing teargas...

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  • North Korea releases imprisoned American student
North Korea releases imprisoned American student

North Korean officials told Mr Warmbier's family he fell ill from botulism after his trial then went into a coma after taking a sleeping pill . North Korea is not to be trusted, either in what it says or what it does. North Korea accuses Washington and South Korea of sending spies to overthrow its government. "Otto should have been release...

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  • Opposition parties to meet Thursday, Meira Kumar could be candidate
Opposition parties to meet Thursday, Meira Kumar could be candidate

The INLD would hold a meeting on Friday a day after the Opposition meet and take a final decision. Tyagi said that Kovind, the ex-Governor of Bihar, had played a positive and non-confrontational role in the functioning of the state government.

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  • Vehicle ploughs through crowd near London mosque
Vehicle ploughs through crowd near London mosque

Another man said he was "absolutely shocked" at Mr Osborne's arrest and said his was a mixed community where he had never seen any trouble. Nine people were hospitalised after a white driver, who witnesses said shouted , "I want to kill all Muslims", slammed into a crowd near a mosque in the Finsbury Park area of London .

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  • French polls predict Macron's party will secure large majority
French polls predict Macron's party will secure large majority

Edouard Philippe, Macron's prime minister, said: "Through this vote, the French people have showed they preferred hope to anger, optimism to pessimism, confidence to closing in on oneself". Macron's right-hand man during the presidential campaign, Ferrand became embroiled in allegations of financial impropriety within days of the centrist's victo...

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  • Prosecutors seek to uphold 'Making a Murderer' confession
Prosecutors seek to uphold 'Making a Murderer' confession

The death of Halbach and the conviction of Avery and Dassey placed Manitowoc County in the national spotlight. "We anticipate seeking review by the entire 7th Circuit or the United States Supreme Court and hope that today's erroneous decision will be reversed", said spokesman Johnny Koremenos .

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Louisiana, Texas
Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Louisiana, Texas

Authorities continued to warn that driving rains being pulled out of the Gulf could still cause unsafe flash floods. "Its track takes it north through Louisiana before it makes a curve to the northeast across the lower Mississippi Valley by early Friday ", Deon said.

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  • Grenfell Tower blaze sparked by faulty fridge
Grenfell Tower blaze sparked by faulty fridge

The government has ordered an immediate examination of the refrigerator model that started the blaze. The building's outside cladding and insulation tiles blamed for the inferno's rapid spread has been shown to fail all safety tests, she added.

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  • Egypt to release 502 prisoners after presidential pardon
Egypt to release 502 prisoners after presidential pardon

The state of emergency, which would have expired at the end of June, had been extended by three months till the end of September. Tamim had been elected in 2004 to the Shura Council in the Parliament of Egypt . Egypt faces an Islamic State insurgency in the restive Sinai Peninsula, where hundreds of soldiers and police have been killed since 2013....

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  • UN rights body votes to send experts to deadly Congo region
UN rights body votes to send experts to deadly Congo region

Since 2016, some 1.3 million people from the Kasais have been internally displaced by the violence, while some 30,000 refugees have fled to Angola. The European Union, supported by the United States and others, had initially presented a draft resolution urging such an worldwide probe.

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  • Korean leader observes missile test amid North's threats
Korean leader observes missile test amid North's threats

Almost 80 percent of South Koreans support a resumption of long suspended inter-Korean dialogue, a survey by a presidential advisory panel showed Thursday, indicating strong backing for the policy line of new President Moon Jae-in. He quoted Moon as saying he supported dialogue, however, "dialogue is only possible when we have a strong military and...

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  • Sound of silence opens UK's Glastonbury before Manchester classics fill the void
Sound of silence opens UK's Glastonbury before Manchester classics fill the void

In addition, the event has come to represent a nostalgic return to hippie culture and summer festivals, with its scale now at par with worldwide music events such as Coachella and Tomorrowland. Just prior to the peace sign gathering, Glastonbury paid another tribute to the victims of the attacks. He told the crowd: "We don't need this [terror] in o...

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  • Confed Cup hosts Russian Federation face decisive match against Mexico
Confed Cup hosts Russian Federation face decisive match against Mexico

New Zealand's Tommy Smith, left, faces Mexico's Marco Fabian during the Confederations Cup , Group A soccer match between Mexico and New Zealand , at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi, Russia , Wednesday, June 21, 2017. "We will be at a disadvantage if we enter the game with this mentality". We have 26 or 27 players to choose from but we have incred...

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  • Stolen Dawson City 'sour toe' returned to its rightful owner
Stolen Dawson City 'sour toe' returned to its rightful owner

A mummified human toe that is the key ingredient in a odd drinking ritual in Dawson City is back where it belongs. The toe was last seen at the hotel in Dawson City, where it was taken by a man who was drinking the specialty "sour toe" cocktail.

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  • Alabama warns of floating fire ants in flood waters
Alabama warns of floating fire ants in flood waters

No injuries were reported. The young man was pronounced dead at the scene. Several family members witnessed it. Authorities continued to warn that driving rains being pulled out of the Gulf could still cause unsafe flash floods. Weather forecasters are expecting a third day of rough weather for Gulf Coast states as Tropical Storm Cindy approaches...

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  • Saudi crown prince donates $66 million to fight Yemen cholera epidemic
Saudi crown prince donates $66 million to fight Yemen cholera epidemic

Since the outbreak was declared in April, 1,265 people have died, she said. She said that children had been hit hard by the outbreak, accounting for half of the registered cases to date. Human rights groups have criticized the conduct of the air strikes as paying insufficient attention to civilian deaths. Long one of the Middle East's most impo...

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  • Corbyn overtakes May in PM suitability poll for first time
Corbyn overtakes May in PM suitability poll for first time

The survey, by YouGov for The Times , puts the Labour leader on 35%, ahead of the Prime Minister on 34%. Almost a third (30%) said they were unsure. Speaking at Unison's annual conference in Brighton, Jeremy Corbyn, told the Daily Mirror: "Mrs May called the election so not to have a coalition of chaos, but that is exactly what we have got, th...

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  • UN Sees Possible Role for Blockchain in Advancing Paris Climate Accord
UN Sees Possible Role for Blockchain in Advancing Paris Climate Accord

The Vermont Legislature is supporting the Paris climate agreement despite President Donald Trump's decision to have the United States leave the agreement. They will continue to work closely with all non-State actors, building on the successful example provided by the Global Climate Action Agenda. We will increase our efforts to cut greenhouse gas...

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  • Arsenal to spend club-record fee to sign Alexandre Lacazette
Arsenal to spend club-record fee to sign Alexandre Lacazette

This isn't exactly a shocker as Lacazette has been linked to Arsenal for what seems like ages. He appeared headed to Atletico Madrid this summer, with Lyon's president saying that the club and player had agreed to a deal, but the Spanish club's transfer ban was upheld, meaning it cannot register new players until the January window.

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