• Petition calls for Dennis Rodman to be removed from Hall of Fame
Petition calls for Dennis Rodman to be removed from Hall of Fame

He believes his trips have been "worth it", and he has seen the country "modernize". He died last Monday just days after being medically evacuated from a North Korean prison. This likely won't go too far, but it is an interesting stance to take. Otto Warmbier . And I said to them, we would need some type of good faith if we're ever going to do s...

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  • Death toll in Parachinar twin blasts reaches over 50
Death toll in Parachinar twin blasts reaches over 50

At least 37 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in two separate attacks in Pakistan, according to local officials. Daesh-affiliated banned militant group Lashkar-e-Jahngvi Al-Alami has claimed responsibility for the bombing.

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  • Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 85
Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 85

The death toll is expected to rise further as local government and hospital officials in Parachinar said on June 24 that numerous victims of the attacks are in critical condition. So far in three different operations after the attacks, at least six terrorists have been killed and three others arrested by the security forces in different areas of Pa...

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  • At least 15 dead in twin Pakistan blasts
At least 15 dead in twin Pakistan blasts

At least ten people are feared dead after two powerful blasts occurred near a market place in Parachinar, Kurram Agency on Friday, ARY News reported. He said during the day another 12 critically wounded died at different hospitals. TV footage showed several badly damaged cars and a road littered with broken glass. Sunni hardliners, now operating...

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  • Death toll from Pakistan attacks hits 85
Death toll from Pakistan attacks hits 85

Sunni hardliners, now operating through different Taliban factions including the Islamic State group, consider them heretics and have often targeted them. The security forces cordoned off the entire area and started search operation. It appears to be in retaliation for Radd-ul Fassad operation launched by security forces earlier this year to elim...

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  • Australia to resume air combat missions over Syria
Australia to resume air combat missions over Syria

The US-led coalition said Tuesday that it had killed IS s self-proclaimed top cleric, Turki Binali, in an air strike in May on the Syrian town of Mayadeen near the Iraqi border. After the warning, the OIR said that the coalition would reposition its aircraft over Syria as a prudent measure. It is said by the Iranians to have a range of 2,00...

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  • Nicola Sturgeon: Theresa May has
Nicola Sturgeon: Theresa May has "lost all authority and credibility"

Ruth Davidson was hailed her party's hero of the night as the tartan Tory surge ended for a generation Nicola Sturgeon's dream of a second independence referendum. You point out to them that there are only two possible winners in a seat, and they opt instead for the Greens or some other useless option. Speaking as the SNP's deputy leader lost hi...

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  • Brexit talks: Theresa May's plan for European Union citizens 'below our expectations,'says Tusk
Brexit talks: Theresa May's plan for European Union citizens 'below our expectations,'says Tusk

Many leaders want to see details that May promised for Monday, including the nitty-gritty of how complex, multinational families would fare and what judicial oversight there would be. The editorial calls on May to "announce unilaterally that any Europeans who are living here will be able to remain here.it would be, as we said before, an act of nati...

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  • Flint airport stabbing suspect failed background check attempting gun purchase
Flint airport stabbing suspect failed background check attempting gun purchase

Ftouhi, who was born in Tunisia and lived in Montreal, has been charged with committing an act of violence in an worldwide airport, which carries a penalty of up to 20 years behind bars. Authorities said there is no information that Ftouhi had been in MI previously. He legally entered the U.S.at Champlain, New York, on June 16 and was in MI by at...

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  • US downs drone in Syria
US downs drone in Syria

The Pentagon said that after Syrian jets had bombed US -backed forces fighting ISIS in Syria and ground forces headed their way with artillery and armored vehicles, USA jets made a strafing run at the vehicles to stop their advance.

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  • North Korea says it's the 'biggest victim' in death of US student
North Korea says it's the 'biggest victim' in death of US student

Relatives say they were told the University of Virginia student had been in a coma since shortly after he was sentenced to prison in North Korea in March 2016. It later turned out that the young man was in a coma, but reports on the circumstances were controversial. I'm not a fan of the Obama administration but this is just pure propaganda.

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  • Fire safety concern to force hundreds from London homes
Fire safety concern to force hundreds from London homes

But some residents of the Camden buildings, collectively known as Chalcots Estate, expressed frustration with the lack of information they received about the evacuations. Several local councils said they were removing cladding from the facades of buildings that had failed the tests. Frank notes that officials estimate it will take three to four...

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  • High-rise evacuations face some resistance
High-rise evacuations face some resistance

But some residents of the Camden buildings, collectively known as Chalcots Estate, expressed frustration with the lack of information they received about the evacuations. Others were being put up in hotels or other housing projects. May said her thoughts were with the evacuated Chalcots residents. "No official came and told us what's going on, ...

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  • Gergen: Special election victories show Trump could beat Dems in
Gergen: Special election victories show Trump could beat Dems in

Democrats on Wednesday played down the outcome in what have been heavily Republican districts. "They haven't figured it out yet", Trump said, referring to the results of the Georgia race. His campaign has attracted more supporters than some expected. " Republicans ran national ads against Tip O'Neill in the 1980s". But they now have only 187 t...

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  • Police officer beaten to death in Indian-controlled Kashmir
Police officer beaten to death in Indian-controlled Kashmir

Last night, Pandith was lynched to death by a violent mob in downtown Srinagar . Locals allege that the officer had fired his gun into a crowd after getting into a brawl with some youth. Meanwhile, authorities Friday imposed stringent curfew in old parts of Srinagar and did not allow Friday prayers at the Jamia Masjid. "We demand setting u...

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  • Dems, media trying to turn Ga. loss into win
Dems, media trying to turn Ga. loss into win

This past week, after spending $30 million, Democrats lost their fourth special election since Donald Trump became president. "Why is Representative Pelosi so utterly disliked by left-wing Democrats?" Democratic Party divisions are on stark display after a disappointing special election loss in a hard-fought Georgia congressional race.

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  • 'Bihar ki beti' Meira Kumar nominated only to lose: Nitish Kumar
'Bihar ki beti' Meira Kumar nominated only to lose: Nitish Kumar

I would pose a question to them that don't you think that your decision was a little too immature and in haste when you took important decision like who is going to head the Indian executive for the next five years? "What Nitish Kumar has said is absolutely true and we have seen in past, that Congress , in particular, has always liked to divide ...

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  • Tour of the 'hidden' 5th floor of North Korea's Yanggakdo Hotel
Tour of the 'hidden' 5th floor of North Korea's Yanggakdo Hotel

The spokesperson continued, "The smear campaign against [North Korea] staged in the USA compels us to make firm determination that humanitarianism and benevolence for the enemy are a taboo and we should further sharpen the blade of the law".

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  • British gov't says 27 tower blocks fail fire safety checks
British gov't says 27 tower blocks fail fire safety checks

At the council's cabinet meeting last Thursday Elissa Swinglehurst said the London fire highlighted potential risks inherent in using certain exterior cladding on high rise buildings. And the air gap between the cladding and the insulation could act as a chimney, intensifying the fire and sucking flames up the side of a building. "The Grenfell ...

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  • A Reluctant Defense of Nancy Pelosi
A Reluctant Defense of Nancy Pelosi

Until that happens, Democrats will remain as unpopular as the president they loathe. Following Ossoff's loss, Democrats were quick to point out that the Georgia district was gerrymandered, that it had been in Republican hands since Newt Gingrich held the seat, and that Handle won a close race, while her Republican predecessor had won by a l...

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