• Rani to lead Indian eves in HWL semis
Rani to lead Indian eves in HWL semis

India's persistent attacks resulted in the first goal in the fifth minute when Sunil scored from a narrowest of angles after his initial shot was saved by Carter. Whereas only Ragunath could score a goal for India. On the eve of their quarter-finals match against lower-ranked Malaysia in the ongoing Hockey World League Semi Final tourname...

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  • Arrests in Minnesota Clashes after Castile Cop's Acquittal
Arrests in Minnesota Clashes after Castile Cop's Acquittal

Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez of manslaughter and other charges in the fatal shooting last summer of Philando Castile during a traffic stop. All six Baltimore officers charged over the 2015 death of Freddie Gray, due to spinal cord injuries suffered in the back of a police van, were eventually cleared .

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  • Donald Trump Jr. Mocks Democrats After Georgia Election Loss
Donald Trump Jr. Mocks Democrats After Georgia Election Loss

Republicans have gone four-for-four in special congressional elections under Trump, and that record is not surprising. The president's party has lost seats in 18 of the last 20 midterm elections, with an average of 33 seats lost in those 18 cycles.

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  • UK police studying cause of death of man in mosque attack
UK police studying cause of death of man in mosque attack

It quoted Mohammed Kozbar, the chairman of the Finsbury Park mosque, as saying: "Yesterday we all experienced a horrific attack on our families, on our freedom, on our dignity. She said: "This is for the family". Khadijeh Sherizi, who converted to Islam in 2003, said he was polite and her children, who are Muslim, would play with his children mo...

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  • The Polls Just Closed in Georgia and SC
The Polls Just Closed in Georgia and SC

Ossoff ran a careful campaign and shied away from talking about Trump, and some groups on the left wasted no time in insisting that Democrats must draw brighter contrasts with the GOP. Democrats need to pick up 24 House seats to retake the majority. "This was a pretty good fight. exciting to be a part of", Porter said of the Ossoff race.

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  • EU gives $100M to UNICEF for Syrian children
EU gives $100M to UNICEF for Syrian children

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said that the country will not back down from pursuing its missile program. Mohammadreza Aref, the leader of the pro-reform Hope faction, praised the missile attacks on ISIS strongholds, saying it was a "response to ill-wishers of the Islamic Iran".

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  • Police taser man outside Regent's Park mosque
Police taser man outside Regent's Park mosque

Children hold placards during a vigil near to where a van was driven at Muslims in Finsbury Park , North London , Britain, June 20, 2017. Police say a vehicle struck pedestrians on a road in north London , leaving several casualties and one person has been arrested.

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  • Man, woman found dead with gunshot wounds on Chicago Skyway
Man, woman found dead with gunshot wounds on Chicago Skyway

She was shot several times in the body, police said. Police on Wednesday said they received a report of a shooting at approximately 4:15am, according to WGN-TV . The vehicle eventually crashed into a wall near the toll plaza. Both were pronounced dead at the scene. Police and Illinois Department of Transportation crews worked to keep as much t...

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  • China hold talks focusing on North Korean threat
China hold talks focusing on North Korean threat

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday said China is in agreement with the USA for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and called on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to abide by the United Nations Security Council resolution.

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  • Senators worry about rush over healthcare bill ahead of release
Senators worry about rush over healthcare bill ahead of release

While a draft of the bill is expected to be released Thursday, Senate Republicans have yet to disclose concrete details about the bill's exact terms, including whether funding will be awarded to Planned Parenthood, a women's health organization that, in addition to other programs, provides abortion services.

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  • UK Loses First Round In Brexit Negotiations
UK Loses First Round In Brexit Negotiations

And we will leave the EU. "It's not the other way around". It's not about punishment, it is not about revenge. "And the consequences are substantial". "Both for the European Union and the United Kingdom, a fair deal is possible, and far better than no deal, that is what I say to David today, that is why we will work all the time with the United K...

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  • Kovind has no 'RSS taint', Nitish tells Opposition
Kovind has no 'RSS taint', Nitish tells Opposition

A decision on whether to put up a combined opposition candidate against Kovind would be taken at the national level, Vijayan said. "Ram Nath Kovind was leader of Dalit Morcha of BJP, so they have made him candidate". CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury is holding informal consultations with the Congress and non-NDA parties to seek their...

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  • Tories and DUP 'still miles apart on deal'
Tories and DUP 'still miles apart on deal'

The talks between the DUP and the Conservatives about forming a parliamentary agreement have generally been upbeat, but on Tuesday there was a change in mood. The event is one of the most colorful on the British calendar, but the June 8 snap election has left little time for Buckingham Palace to prepare the full show.

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  • 96-Year-Old Prince Philip Hospitalized Due To An Infection - Details Here
96-Year-Old Prince Philip Hospitalized Due To An Infection - Details Here

The Duke of Edinburgh , Prince Philip , was rushed to London's King Edward VII Hospital on Tuesday night but remains "good spirits", according to Buckingham Palace. The Queen is scheduled to present the government's legislative agenda in a speech on Wednesday. Outspoken, irascible and intensely private, Philip, a Greek-born former naval office...

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  • US sends supersonic bombers in show of force against N Korea
US sends supersonic bombers in show of force against N Korea

Trump added: "At least I know China tried". In April, the USA deployed its Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system in South Korea , aimed at protecting the country from its communist neighbor. "If they are unable to do so, the USA, with its allies, will! We should not use this incident as a kind of opening for them". ...

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  • Millions of yoga practitioners hit the mat for worldwide event
Millions of yoga practitioners hit the mat for worldwide event

It rained everywhere this morning but then rains could not loosen the spirit of people. In the Uttar Pradesh capital, where Modi was joined by Governor Ram Naik and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath , the prime minister thanked people for coming out in large numbers despite the rains, saying, "Your presence here will give strength to yoga and des...

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  • [ALERT] AG: Irregular municipal expenditure jumps by over 50%
[ALERT] AG: Irregular municipal expenditure jumps by over 50%

Makwetu said metro and district municipalities "should be leading by example" but that only Cape Town and 14 district municipalities had received clean audits. Eastern Cape, Limpopo and Mpumalanga showed a significant improvement, indicating leadership in those provinces had adhered more closely to audit recommendations from a year ago.

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  • Thousands join open Yoga session in Dhaka
Thousands join open Yoga session in Dhaka

Rains failed to dampen the spirits of about 50,000 people who joined in an outdoor yoga session with the prime minister in a park in Lucknow, capital of the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. Commenting on the global acceptance that Yoga is receiving, "Yoga has become part of so many lives". PM Modi joined thousands of Yoga enthusiasts at the Ramabai...

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  • Conservatives could still cut deal with DUP, insists Kent MP Damian Green
Conservatives could still cut deal with DUP, insists Kent MP Damian Green

A briefing document issued alongside the speech said the government would intensify its consultations with businesses and other interested parties to "test and validate positions and to continue to build support from the business community as we move forward".

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  • Ex-detainee believes torture possible in death of Otto Warmbier
Ex-detainee believes torture possible in death of Otto Warmbier

A cause of death hasn't been determined for a 22-year-old college student who was detained for almost a year and a half in North Korea before being sent home in a coma, an OH coroner's office said Tuesday. It said: "No conclusions about the cause of death have been drawn as there are additional medical records and imaging to review, and people to...

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  • Duke, Duchess of Cambridge attend Royal Ascot's opening
Duke, Duchess of Cambridge attend Royal Ascot's opening

The victor, ridden by James Doyle for trainer Richard Hannon, came in a length clear of Lancaster Bomber in second and stablemate Thunder Snow in third, with race favourite Churchill finishing a disappointing fourth. The British monarch may miss the start of proceedings on Wednesday as she has to attend the State Opening of Parliament and deliver...

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  • Iran says missile strike targeting ISIS was warning to US, Saudis
Iran says missile strike targeting ISIS was warning to US, Saudis

The missile attack came amid recent confrontations in Syria between US -backed forces and Iranian-backed pro-government factions. Iran has targeted jihadists in Syria with missiles in retaliation for deadly attacks in Tehran , but the strike was also a message to its regional rivals and Washington , experts say.

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  • DUP Arrives Westminster For Talks With British PM
DUP Arrives Westminster For Talks With British PM

Although the Downing Street statement had been quickly contradicted by the DUP in what appeared to be a shot across Theresa May's bows, it was still expected on Sunday that a deal was imminent, with DUP leader Alrene Foster flying to London for talks at Downing Street on Tuesday, supposedly to finalise the arrangement.

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  • F-16 jet catches fire at Houston airport; pilot ejects
F-16 jet catches fire at Houston airport; pilot ejects

Norad, the plane and presumably the pilot are attached to the 138th fighter wing out of Tulsa. He walked to the ambulance and is said to be fine. Authorities say the pilot was treated for minor injuries following the crash around 10:30 a.m.

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  • Qatar will not Negotiate under Boycott, UAE Suggests Long Blockade
Qatar will not Negotiate under Boycott, UAE Suggests Long Blockade

A day earlier, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the United States was "mystified" by the failure of Saudi Arabia and its allies to justify the ongoing isolation of Qatar , a key U.S. The vast offshore gas field, which Doha calls the North Field and Iran calls South Pars, accounts for almost all of Qatar's gas output and a...

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  • Simon Coveney urges North's parties to reach deal
Simon Coveney urges North's parties to reach deal

DUP leader Arlene Foster has said she wants a " sensible Brexit " that works for the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. The British government have made clear its intention to scrap the Human Rights Act and leave the European Court of Justice, and the European Convention on Human Rights.

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  • Iran state media calls promotion of Mohammed bin Salman a 'soft coup'
Iran state media calls promotion of Mohammed bin Salman a 'soft coup'

Bin Salman has been his country's defense minister and deputy crown prince, and was recently credited with a "huge success" for U.S. President Donald Trump's recent decision to stop in Saudi Arabia. In six steps, Mohammed bin Salman, the young Saudi Royal who will turn 32 this August, became the second in command after his father. So far, investo...

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  • Democrat's Loss in Georgia House Race Underscores Party's Challenges
Democrat's Loss in Georgia House Race Underscores Party's Challenges

Polling aggregation website founder Nate Silver was so confident that Republican challenger Karen Handel would lose the Georgia special election Tuesday evening that he declared the death of math if she won . In 2018, Democrats would need to capture 24 seats now occupied by Republicans in order to recapture the House majority. According to Un...

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  • Rep. Steve Scalise is now in 'fair' condition after shooting
Rep. Steve Scalise is now in 'fair' condition after shooting

Rep. Steve Scalise was shot when a gunman opened fire at a GOP baseball practice in Alexandria, VA. Now, the third-ranking Republican in the House "continues to make good progress". Bailey, Griner, and Barth were released from the hospital last week, but Mika is still undergoing treatment in serious condition, according to National Journal ...

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  • Texas and Louisiana are in Tropical Storm Cindy's Path
Texas and Louisiana are in Tropical Storm Cindy's Path

The warning has been issued from San Luis Pass, Texas, to the MS river, including Houston, Galvenston, Lake Charles, Louisiana and Lafayette. Maximum winds in the storm hit 60 miles per hour, and forecasters do not that to change Wednesday, according to information from the National Hurricane Center.

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy: Drenching rains, flood threat on coast
Tropical Storm Cindy: Drenching rains, flood threat on coast

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a state of emergency Tuesday because of the threat of torrential rains and other severe weather, including unsafe high tides and rip currents. As the storm comes ashore, the coast could also face strong winds of up to 50 miles per hour. Bands of dry air pulled into the storm from the northwest helped spread out the ra...

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  • May's filleted Queen's Speech is threadbare, says Labour
May's filleted Queen's Speech is threadbare, says Labour

The speech set out the new government's domestic priorities, including sweeping changes to technical education, beefed-up plans for tackling domestic violence and paving the way for the next phase of Britain's north-south high speed rail network.

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  • Soros says Britain nearing tipping point, may reverse Brexit
Soros says Britain nearing tipping point, may reverse Brexit

The arrangement most like that seems to be Canada's, which does not honor free movement of European citizens nor pay money to Brussels , but which does now enjoy a free-trade agreement with the huge bloc. Just a month ago, Davis had predicted "the row of the summer" would erupt over how to structure the talks on Brexit. "I am not in a frame of...

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  • Indian sportspersons celebrate International Yoga Day
Indian sportspersons celebrate International Yoga Day

Modi said, as a very small use of salt makes the food tasty, small practices of Yoga help a person to be healthy and free from diseases. "Yoga has connected the world with India ", Modi told a cheering crowd. Over 10,000 people gathered at Central Park in the heart of Connaught Place and the circular road around it, making it one of the largest ...

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  • UK Queen's husband Prince Philip, 96, admitted to hospital
UK Queen's husband Prince Philip, 96, admitted to hospital

Telegraph says Prince Philip is understood to have been taken to hospital by vehicle from Windsor to London on Tuesday evening, as a precautionary measure on the advice of his doctor. Prince Philip attended the racing at Ascot on Tuesday, and the annual birthday parade for the Queen, known as Trooping the Colour, on Saturday. Philip underwent ...

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