• Australia seeks access to encrypted messages
Australia seeks access to encrypted messages

Australia on Friday proposed new laws to compel companies such as US social media giant Facebook and device manufacturer Apple to provide security agencies access to encrypted messages. "It is vitally important that the development of technology does not leave the law behind", he said. However, Silicon Valley tech companies have so far ref...

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  • Philippines: Three killed, one injured in prison breakout in restive Jolo
Philippines: Three killed, one injured in prison breakout in restive Jolo

Provincial police chief Senior Superintendent Mario Buyuccan was quoted as saying that some of those who escaped were linked to the Abu Sayyaf, an Islamist militant group responsible for a series of kidnap-for-ransom cases. In May, 100 inmates broke out from two prisons in Marawi, Mindanao after they were freed by Islamic State-influenced militants...

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  • Don't spare anyone involved in drugs racket: Telangana CM
Don't spare anyone involved in drugs racket: Telangana CM

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Sunday convened a high-level marathon meeting and instructed the officials to go ahead with more zeal against drugs in the state. The meeting was called on after the recent drug racket bust in Hyderabad where school children, Tollywood personalities, relatives of politicians MNC employees were foun...

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  • Berlin 'dismayed and furious' over murder of German women in Egypt
Berlin 'dismayed and furious' over murder of German women in Egypt

Late on Saturday, the High Information Service (HIS) issued a statement on the incident, saying that there have been "limited" attacks targeting tourists over the past four years. Abu Qura communicated with ISIS in Iraq and Syria via the internet, and he was given the task to carry out the attack against foreign tourists in Hurghada.

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  • A mild start to the week with continued rain chances
A mild start to the week with continued rain chances

The clouds are expected to roll back in Sunday night , with possible thunderstorms and a chance of rain Monday . Partly cloudy, with a low around 71. Tiny afternoon/evening rain chance. - Today will be mostly cloudy with patchy fog in the morning before becoming sunny. There will be a stray chance of a shower this morning across the region.

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  • Sushma Swaraj says missing Indians in Iraq probably in jail in Badush
Sushma Swaraj says missing Indians in Iraq probably in jail in Badush

Minister of State for External Affairs M.J. Akbar were also present during the briefing. She also adressed the families of the abducted men, sharing with them the gathered by the Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh. With tears in his eyes, Raj Kumar, father of Dharminder, who was one of the 40 youths abducted by the militants, told t...

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  • Emmanuel Macron defends Donald Trump charm offensive in Paris
Emmanuel Macron defends Donald Trump charm offensive in Paris

Macron urged for the renewed negotiations on Sunday in Paris during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. On 16-17 July 1942, French police rounded up about 13,000 Jews, including about 4,000 children, around Paris and herded them into the Vel d'Hiv cycling stadium before they were sent to camps.

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  • Woman's body found in buck's party hotel room
Woman's body found in buck's party hotel room

The deceased who has yet to be identified was discovered in the hotel room at 8am. It has been reported the men were part of a group in Melbourne for a bucks party. At this time, Homicide Squad detectives are investigating the death. "The exact circumstances surrounding her death are still to be established", Victoria police said.

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  • American sentenced in Iran to 10 years for spying is identified
American sentenced in Iran to 10 years for spying is identified

An unidentified Iranian-American was sentenced to 10 years in prison in a spying case, an Iranian official said Sunday. Fereidoun is eligible for bail, but has not yet paid it, The Guardian adds. "He was arrested in Iran last summer, while there doing scholarly research on the administrative and cultural history of the late Qajar dynasty in con...

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  • Army launches Operation Khyber-4 in Rajgal Valley
Army launches Operation Khyber-4 in Rajgal Valley

There is no timeline for the operation as yet, Ghafoor said in response to a question. He clarified that Pakistan does not approve boots on ground of any country on its soil. "In Pakistan, the Jamaat-ul-Ahrar has shown an alliance with Daesh. But still, we feel that it is not purely the Daesh which is there in the Middle East".

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  • Woman arraigned in what police describe as cult killing
Woman arraigned in what police describe as cult killing

A woman in Pennsylvania told police that she shot her boyfriend dead because he asked her to. Few details have been released but one media report says a freakish religious cult could have been involved. "These apocalyptic movies always give you a glimpse of what's coming", Mineo wrote in a July 13 post that he was watching "Resident Evil: Vende...

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  • Major Crimes Unit investigating vehicle fire in Winnipeg's West End
Major Crimes Unit investigating vehicle fire in Winnipeg's West End

After hitting a fire hydrant, the vehicle had gone up in flames. Fire officials said two people were found outside the vehicle with serious burns, and they said police found two others further down the road. "I know it sounds like we're being less than transparent", police spokesperson Const. Rob Carver said. They would not release their genders ...

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  • Police Release Final Text from Teen Killed in Cell Phone Charging Electrocution
Police Release Final Text from Teen Killed in Cell Phone Charging Electrocution

Officials said the girl died from touching a frayed part of the extension cord that had water in it. Coe might not have known the cord was frayed, the report said. Madison's stepmother, Felisha Owens, told KRQE News 13 , that the girl had been sitting in the bathtub with her phone plugged in, "playing our games", an activity many family membe...

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  • 22 killed in fire in China's Jiangsu province
22 killed in fire in China's Jiangsu province

The fire broke out before dawn at a two-storey residential house in Yushan town in Changshu city near Shanghai, Xinhua reported. The pictures indicated that the windows were blocked with anti-theft grates, which might have stymied people from jumping to safety.

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  • UFC Fight Night 113: Nelson vs. Ponzinibbio Results
UFC Fight Night 113: Nelson vs. Ponzinibbio Results

Ponzinibbio chased him across the Octagon and dropped Nelson to the canvas for a knockout just 1:22 into the fight. For those who did not believe in me, here is the result. He came close to finishing the fight on two occasions with a rear naked choke. Calderwood suffered consecutive losses for the first time in her career.

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  • Trump administration asks Supreme Court to clarify travel ban ruling
Trump administration asks Supreme Court to clarify travel ban ruling

Derrick K. Watson, judge of the Federal District Court in Honolulu, Hawaii, ruled to include relatives and grandparents among those exempted from the temporary travel ban. The judge also ruled that refugees who had assurances of a placement by a resettlement agency in the United States should also be exempt. Justice Department lawyers argued in...

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  • Dead, 3 Injured in Small Plane Crash in Sonoma County
Dead, 3 Injured in Small Plane Crash in Sonoma County

Goldman was an assistant professor of global studies at the University of San Francisco, where he specialized in early modern Spanish history, foreign policy and political thought. "Our thoughts are with his family, and especially his children". A single-engine plane crashed in Sonoma County Thursday afternoon, killing one person.

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  • Ontario overturns Israeli wine ban
Ontario overturns Israeli wine ban

The reversal also comes after vigorous complaints from Jewish groups and the embassy of Israel. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency on Thursday reversed its initial call and declared that wines originating in Judea and Samaria Jewish communities may be sold in Canada with the label "Product of Israel" ( Canadian Agency Removes Israeli Settlemen...

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  • 9 killed as steel rods pierce bus passengers
9 killed as steel rods pierce bus passengers

After crossing a road over bridge on the Trichy - Thanjavur national highway at Vallam, the driver of the truck suddenly took a right turn without giving any signal. The bus, going from Tiruppur to Kumbakonam, was carrying some 60 people and collided with the truck on an overbridge at Vallam town in the district. The investigation was on to ascerta...

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  • Australia refugee swap in doubt due to Trump immigration rules
Australia refugee swap in doubt due to Trump immigration rules

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says the U.S. screening process is "progressing as we expected", even though United States immigration officials halted interviews and left Nauru a day after Washington said the country had reached its annual refugee intake cap.

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