• Nineteen indicted, including Erdoğan guards, over brawl during Turkish leader's U.S. visit
Nineteen indicted, including Erdoğan guards, over brawl during Turkish leader's U.S. visit

Nine people were hospitalised and two members of the Turkish leader's security detail initially arrested in the brutal altercation with Kurds, Yazidis and Armenians protesting Mr Erdogan's human rights record and Syria policy. "For far too long, the USA has succumbed to Erdogan's intimidation tactics, remaining complicit in Turkey's denial of the A...

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  • Bangladesh vs Australia: Lyon and Warner Keep Visitors in the Hunt
Bangladesh vs Australia: Lyon and Warner Keep Visitors in the Hunt

David Warner and Steve Smith looked in great touch and they looked like sealing the game on the fourth day itself. Bangladesh appeared on course for a bigger second innings total but off-spinner Nathan Lyon claimed 6-82 to help Australia restrict the rivals to 221 all out on the third day of the game in Dhaka .

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  • New SM-6 intercepts ballistic missile target at sea
New SM-6 intercepts ballistic missile target at sea

The missile was launched from the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai, Hawaii. "The recent ballistic missile defense test off the coast of Hawaii demonstrates that Aegis can execute complicated missions against a medium-range ballistic missile target", said Paul Klammer, director, Aegis BMD, for Lockheed Martin.

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  • Houston police officer drowns in floodwaters
Houston police officer drowns in floodwaters

And he lost his life on Sunday morning on his way to work. They narrowed their search to the Hardy Tollway and Beltway 8 , Acevedo said. A crew was sent on Monday to search for Perez, however the floods were too treacherous to search for him.

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  • US Pacific Command: N. Korea Fired 3 Ballistic Missiles, None Successful
US Pacific Command: N. Korea Fired 3 Ballistic Missiles, None Successful

The Pacific Command previously said that two of the North Korean missiles had "failed in flight". Pyongyang has recently faced a wave of global sanctions over its test-firing of two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) last month that apparently brought most of the United States into range for the first time.

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  • Nurse believed to have killed at least 86 patients
Nurse believed to have killed at least 86 patients

The man, now aged 40, was convicted in the northern city of Oldenburg of two charges of attempted murder and two counts of murder in 2015. At least 84 of the convicted killer's former patients were found to have died after suffering from injections of five different forms of medication, Johan Kuehme, chief of police in Oldenburg, told reporters.

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  • Lalus rally will have no impact on the BJP govt: Maurya
Lalus rally will have no impact on the BJP govt: Maurya

Images released by the RJD and the ANI news agency of a Lalu Prasad Yadav's rally in Patna on Sunday may have narrated the "real" story. At Gandhi Maidan, Lalu said that the " BJP bhagaodeshbachao" rally would herald the decline of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance in the 2019 Lok Sabha election.

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  • Trump to present plan for reviving peace talks
Trump to present plan for reviving peace talks

The report of the planned United States proposal came amid recent signs of disillusionment from Abbas over USA peace efforts. "There was a feeling that the Americans were offended", the source said, "and that's why Abbas was quick to explain himself and say that he was willing to reach a peace deal".

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  • Abbas Presses for Two-State Solution, Kushner Provides No Clarity
Abbas Presses for Two-State Solution, Kushner Provides No Clarity

Kushner, envoy Jason Greenblatt and Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell. Aloul, considered one of the candidates to succeed Abbas as the head of Fatah, said in an interview with Saudi news site Elaph regarding the visit of an American delegation last week in Israel that, "These visits haven't led to any results".

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  • Republicans quick to dismiss Trump's government shutdown threats
Republicans quick to dismiss Trump's government shutdown threats

The President was frustrated; that was clear to all watchers. Senate Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has put the onus of raising the debt ceiling entirely on Republicans, and has hinted on multiple occasions that Democrats will not eagerly support their Republican colleagues in raising the debt ceiling without key concessions.

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  • Man with knife shot dead after stabbing soldier in central Brussels
Man with knife shot dead after stabbing soldier in central Brussels

In March 2016, bombers detonated explosives at Brussels Airport and at a Metro station in the city, killing 32 civilians and putting the city on lockdown. Belgian prime minister Charles Michel offered the country's soldiers "all our support", writing on Twitter: "Our security services remain on alert".

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  • 'Saudi-led' airstrike on apartment block kills 12 people
'Saudi-led' airstrike on apartment block kills 12 people

The airstrikes hit two residential buildings. Aid groups said on Wednesday , the Saudi-led coalition air strike on the outskirts of Yemen's capital, Sanaa, killed 39. Several children were reportedly among the dead in Friday's early morning attack on the Faj Attan neighbourhood of Sanaa which reduced an apartment block to rubble.

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  • Several players suspended for Tigers, Yankees brawl; Cabrera suspended 7 games
Several players suspended for Tigers, Yankees brawl; Cabrera suspended 7 games

Kahnle was immediately ejected, and Yankees manager Joe Girardi got the boot moments later for furiously arguing with home plate umpire Carlos Torres over no warning be given to Kahnle. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus was also suspended one game. When all was said and done, the benches cleared on three separate occasions and there was a total ...

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  • Amnesty slams coalition's use of unguided missiles in Raqqa
Amnesty slams coalition's use of unguided missiles in Raqqa

This week the Observatory reported that a further 167 civilians had been killed over the past eight days. Local sources told Syria's official news agency, SANA, on Thursday that seven people, mostly women and children, were killed when US-led jets targeted residential buildings in the town of Mayadin, located some 45 kilometers southeast of t...

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  • Users demand Apple stop removing popular Iranian apps
Users demand Apple stop removing popular Iranian apps

Iranians took to Twitter to voice their frustrations at Apple, using the hashtag #StopRemovingIranianApps. In a message to Iranian developers whose apps were affected by the ban, Apple said, "Under the United States sanctions regulations, the App Store can not host, distribute or do business with apps or developers connected to certain U.S.

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  • 'US transgender military ban to begin in 6 months'
'US transgender military ban to begin in 6 months'

President Donald Trump said on Twitter on July 26 that the USA government "will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity" in the military, a reversal of Pentagon policy. Reports of the memo come one month after Donald Trump appeared to blindside top military officials by announcing that the United States milit...

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  • GCSE results and reaction from across Banbury schools
GCSE results and reaction from across Banbury schools

Just over half of students picking up their results this morning achieved grade 4 in the core disciplines, the equivalent of a C, which is a nine per cent increase on past year. ONE Holyrood pupil has topped the class after receiving the top grade for every subject she Saturday. "It is excellent that some students achieved the high grade 9 in...

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  • 'I'm exhausted of eating human flesh' South African cannibal tells police
'I'm exhausted of eating human flesh' South African cannibal tells police

A police spokesperson said there is a high possibility that the young woman was not the first victim, and urged people whose relatives have disappeared in Estcourt to inform the police. Hundreds of people allegedly confessed to eating human flesh given to them by one of four men facing cannibalism charges in South Africa, reports say.

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  • Trump claims of 'respect' from North Korea appear thin
Trump claims of 'respect' from North Korea appear thin

A Chinese diplomat called the new sanctions a "mistake", according to news reports from Beijing. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday voiced a rare note of optimism in the North Korea nuclear crisis, saying ruler Kim Jong Un may be showing signs of restraint that could lead to dialogue .

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  • Don't Toss Your Eclipse Glasses - Give Them a Second Life Instead
Don't Toss Your Eclipse Glasses - Give Them a Second Life Instead

There are several options! Instead of pitching the protective lenses, though, you can donate them to Astronomers Without Borders , a nonprofit that brings people together through astronomy. Of course, many people may have had such a life-changing experience during the eclipse that they want to re-create it as soon as possible. They are commi...

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