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Asian shares cheered by Wall Street, dollar, Group of 20

It shed 1.43 per cent last Friday and was down 2.1 per cent for the week to $5.50. The yen slipped Monday on mounting speculation that the Bank of Japan will ramp up its stimulus programme after this week's policy meeting, while US Federal Reserve prepares for its own gathering. Read More »

Nice City Hall Puts up Names of 84 Truck Attack Victims


Ramzi, Chokri and Oualid are charged with being accomplices to murder by a terror group. According to French prosecutor Francois Molins , one of the suspects arrived at the scene of the attack the next day to shoot the aftershock of the incident. Read More »

Sanders wants Democratic Party leader to resign

Jack Simel, a volunteer for the state Democratic Party from Rochester who formerly worked for Kodak, was anxious that Kaine is "another corporate Democrat" who "would just as soon represent the owning classes (as) the working classes". But, he said, Kaine was not the choice he was hoping for. The son of an ironworker, he is a Roman Catholic and spent a year running a technical school founded by Jesuit missionaries in Honduras during a break from college. Read More »

Clinton turns to party's stars to quiet Democratic firestorm


In addition to their problems with how the primary contest was overseen, many Sanders supporters said they were upset that Wasserman Schultz was quickly given a new position within the Clinton campaign. After a dramatic weekend of hacked emails and social media outrage, the Democratic National Committee tried to smooth things over on Monday. "That's what's going to destroy (Clinton's) chances of winning in November", Humphrey said. Read More »

Ansbach attack was carried out by 'IS fighter'

Hermann said the man blew himself up after being denied entry to the music festival because he did not have a ticket. Germany's post-war constitution, because of the excesses of the Nazi era, only allows the military to be deployed domestically in cases of national emergency. Read More »

Brazil police arrest last suspect in Olympics terror case

Photo taken on June 23, 2016 shows the Rio 2016 olympic village in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. However, Chiller said excellent progress had been made in the village and team members could move in mid-week. Canoeist Jessica Fox and boxer Shelley Watts were among the first six athletes to arrive early on Monday morning Brazil time. "The mayor and I have a date on Wednesday, and I believe there will be a ceremonial handing over of the keys", Chiller said. Read More »

Isreaeli tourist allegedly gang-raped in moving auto in Manali


The incident is said to have occurred early Sunday morning while the woman was hitchhiking in the tourist town of Manali , police said. However, brutal sexual attacks against women and children continue to be reported across the country. As the woman is unaware about the location and the vehicle in which she was offered lift, police officials investigating the matter are looking into CCTV camera footages to zero in on the accused. Read More »

Civilian Casualties Record High In Afghan Conflict


It said this was a 47 percent increase compared to the same period previous year, primarily as a result of an increase in violence across the country. It is the first instance that Afghan air strikes have caused more casualties than strikes by global parties. But the assault illustrates the report's finding that suicide bombings and complex attacks are now hurting more civilians than roadside bombs. Read More »

Germany: Syrian refugee kills woman and injures two in machete attack


The reason for the attack in the city south of Stuttgart was unclear. They also added that the incident "did not bear the hallmarks of a terrorist attack". There was also no information about when the Syrian man arrived in Germany. However after the murder the man started attacking strangers at random, injuring two other people before a passing motorist struck him with his vehicle. Read More »

BJP seeks Mayawati's apology over Siddiqui's comments


Daya Shankar Singh said in Mau on Tuesday that the BSP chief was giving party tickets on the basis of money paid to her, and that even a prostitute was better than her. Time will tell whether the slur on Mayawati will propel her to office in India's largest state . Mayawati had remarked that she did not ask any party workers to protest against Singh's comment. Read More »

South Sudan's FVP Machar Fires Taban Deng

Juba was rocked by days of heavy fighting in early July between government forces and fighters loyal to Machar which erupted as he was meeting Kiir in the presidential palace. The mission office Staff and supporters in the Federal Republic of Nigeria and ECOWAS would like to reiterate that it stands solid and with confidence behind H.E. Read More »

Erdogan Targets Educators As Post-Coup Purge Continues in Turkey

Meanwhile, Wikileaks released around 300,000 emails from the AKP. Access to the documents was restricted because of a "violation of privacy and publication of illegally obtained data", a Turkish official told CNN . "People are very sensitive and we have to act very sensibly and sensitively". Earnest added that a decision on whether to extradite would be made under a longstanding treaty between the two countries. Read More »

Second Candidate Challenges Corbyn For UK Labour Leadership

Corbyn's victory previous year was attributed to a surge of new party members who signed up for £3 ($4, 3.60 euros) to vote in the leadership race. A high-profile Labour donor is taking the party to court over its decision to give Jeremy Corbyn an automatic place on the leadership ballot. Read More »

Man kills woman with machete in Germany, is arrested

German prosecutors said the shooter acquired the semi-automatic pistol he used in the killings on the dark web, which can only be accessed via special software. No motive has yet been established for the attack but police have ruled out any connection to recent Islamist militant attacks in Germany and France. Read More »

Protesters hit the streets for hot day of marches before DNC

It did make an appearance in the GOP platform but given the weight Sanders has given making college free or more affordable, as well as the fact that Democrats see it as a wedge issue to win-over young voters, there will likely be a robust discussion on the subject. Read More »

Corbyn faces 'bully' accusations from Labour MP

She said: "Both sides are doing it, but I think one side has been doing it more than the other". I have had threats too and I am telling him "it has got to be stamped out and we have to have zero tolerance" of this in the Labour Party. "The truth is numerous people who are heaping abuse on people are Jeremy's supporters". A party official said that the total number is likely to change as Labour goes through its applicant checking "political vetting" process. Read More »

Watch it, cowboy: Japan's 9 safety tips for "Pokemon Go"

Sixteen-year-old high school student Mamiko Amaha was immersed in Pokemon Go with a group of girlfriends in Tokyo's historic Asakusa district in search of Pokemon characters, as crowds of tourists strolled around. Some of the promises Niantic and Nintendo made during the Pokemon GO marketing campaign included world events and the inclusion of future generation Pokemon. Read More »

Tim Tebow Just Called Out Donald Trump On This Huge Lie

A measure presented to the 112-member committee by anti-Trump delegates was soundly defeated. Locals: At least 21 are from congressional districts representing the Inland Empire. Lee supported the "conscience clause" proposed by Kendal Unruh, a Colorado delegate who led the Free the Delegates Movement. Jack Pitney, a professor of politics at Claremont McKenna College said the convention "will put discontent on display". Read More »

Turkey: Decree makes it easier to hold suspects

Among possible charges that may be brought against him is membership of a terrorist organisation, state news agency Andalou reported . Erzurum is thought to be home to many Gulen supporters and members of his Hizmet movement, which Turkish authorities say was behind the bloody attempted power grab on July 15. Read More »

Brazil nabs 10 IS backers in Olympics anti-terror swoop


The individuals come from 10 different states across the country , and one of them is a minor. After a call from a Jihadi messaging channel for detailed targets and methods and attacks against the games during Olympics, Brazil intelligence agency revealed that it has been reviewing all threats since this week. Read More »

Some Missouri GOP delegates praise Trump's pick of Pence

But while the #NeverTrump movement has been active, it failed to gain any true traction in Cleveland during the party meetings this week. Yes, along with Donald Trump , speakers at the Republican event include Melania Trump, Ivanka Trump , Eric Trump, and Donald Trump Jr. Read More »

Turkey widens crackdown after botched coup

The Turkish president did not rule out the possibility of foreign countries being involved in the failed attempt to overthrow him, but refused to name any. Mr Yildirim said the Justice Ministry had sent a dossier to Washington on Mr Gulen, a former Erdogan ally whose religious movement blends conservative Islamic values with a pro-Western outlook and who has a network of supporters within Turkey. Read More »

Did Trump's kids save the convention?


Trump said. "We have to blame Mike". "And I don't think anyone does, because she kind of keeps it to herself". When she was photographed on Tuesday, Ivana appeared to be content while out with Rubicondi, who was her fourth husband that she divorced in 2009 after only being married a year. Read More »

United Kingdom politics: Corbyn to contest Labour leadership

All other leadership candidates will require nominations from 20% of the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP), which Angela Eagle is the first to secure. Mr Smith, who was not an MP at the time of the Iraq war, is positioning himself to her left, and distancing himself from Mr Corbyn's most vociferous critics on the right of the party. Read More »

Cruz's Campaign Manager: Christie "Turned Over His Political Testicles"


Missouri Republican Party Chairman John Hancock said he believes that by not endorsing Trump, Cruz may nonetheless have helped rally Republicans behind Trump. "We only have one person at the top of the ticket, and that's Donald Trump ". Ted Cruz's camp fired back at Chris Christie Thursday, accusing the governor of having "turned over his political testicles long ago". Read More »

Turkey enters first day of state of emergency

Turkey will be able to extend detention times for suspects and issue decrees without parliamentary approval under a three-month state of emergency approved Thursday by lawmakers following last week's attempted military coup. Government officials have publicly said that capital punishment might be reintroduced for coup plotters. The Turkish government claimed the failed coup was organized by Gulen's followers and has sent official request to the USA government for his extradition. Read More »

Ivanka Trump wears $138 dress from her clothing line at RNC speech

Recalling an incident from her childhood, Ivanka narrated how her father "ripped out newspaper clippings of people in need and reaching out to help". But Ivanka Trump , with her polished persona as a former model, businesswoman, wife and mother of three young children, will try to convince female voters that her father does not deserve to be called a racist or bigot, as his critics have charged. Read More »

Indian air force plane with 29 missing over Bay of Bengal

So, I am sure large numbers of machines are been deployed for rescue operation. The aircraft was on its way from Chennai to Port Blair, PTI reported. Their families were anxious over the fate of their loved ones and were anxiously waiting for some information from the ongoing search operations. The Navy has also pressed into service two Dornier aircraft and 12 ships with the Eastern Fleet Commander on board for the search and rescue operation. Read More »