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Jul 17 2017

In Wake Of Brexit Merkel Vows To Strengthen EU

Mrs Merkel also used the interview to defend her record on migration. Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavarian ally has renewed calls for a cap on the number of refugees ...

Jul 17 2017

South Korea proposes military talks with North Korea to ease tensions

Moon's conservative predecessor Park Geun-Hye had refused to engage in substantive dialogue with Pyongyang unless it made a firm commitment to denuclearisation. It is unc...

Jul 17 2017

Florida's Venezuelans Came Out In Full Force For Unofficial Vote

President of the National Assembly Deputy Julio Borges (C) accompanied by deputies and leaders of the Unity Table (MUD) speaks during a conference in Caracas , Venez...

Jul 17 2017

1000s In Warsaw Protest Reforms Giving Polish MPs Sway Over Judiciary

The new measures, spearheaded by the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS), will empower Parliament and the justice minister to appoint judges to the Supreme Court . Critic...

Jul 17 2017

R Kelly caught in 'sex' cult allegations

Kelly ". "Kelly is a master at mind control..." Sources told Buzzfeed that today, Kelly allegedly records his sexual encounters with his live-in girlfriends and sha...

Jul 17 2017

China holds military drill near Indian border, says 'enemy aircraft' the target

The military exercise was conducted in the vicinity of Yarlung Zangbo river, which flows into Arunachal as Sang, and turns into Brahmaputra in Assam and West Bengal. On J...

Jul 17 2017

New Evidence To Be Released In Delphi Murder Investigation

Indiana State Police ask that viewers focus on the person's facial features, says a state police press release. Anyone with information about the murders or the person ...

Jul 17 2017

Russian foreign minister calls seizure of U.S. compounds 'daylight robbery'

President Vladimir Putin raised the issue with Donald Trump when they met for the first time at the G20 summit in Hamburg this month. Barack Obama, then USA president, ...

Jul 17 2017

9 drowned after flood struck swimmers in Arizona forest area

The family was relaxing alongside a popular swimming hole in Tonto National Forest, unaware that summer thunderstorms had just dropped heavy rains upstream. Nearby, his w...

Jul 17 2017

Anu Emmanuel paired opposite Allu Arjun

She is indeed lucky enough to have got the opportunity to work with Allu Arjun. Vakkantham Vamsi is directing " Naa Peru Surya " and it has Anu Emmanuel as its leading ...

Jul 17 2017

Dhawan replaces Vijay as wrist troubles continue

Dhawan, who has played 23 Tests at an average of 38.52 since making his debut in 2013, is now part of the 16-man squad for the three Tests starting in Galle on July 26....

Jul 17 2017

Who is best? Meira or Kovind?

Ahead of voting, UPA chairperson and Congress president Sonia Gandhi said the presidential election demands a "vote of conscience" as it represents a clash of ideas...

Jul 17 2017

UAE alliance hacked Qatar

Citing the emir's reported comments, the Saudis, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt immediately banned all Qatari media. "The UAE had no role whatsoever in the alleged hac...

Jul 17 2017

What Americans love and hate about Trump's presidency so far

President Donald Trump on Sunday praised a new poll listing his job approval as the lowest of any president in the last 70 years as "not bad at this time ". Mr Trump...

Jul 17 2017

Linfield and Rodgers slam fan after buckfast incident

Griffiths delayed taking a second-half corner to pick up the bottle and was booked by referee Alejandro Hernandez. Celtic substitute Jonny Hayes also had missiles lau...

Jul 17 2017

United Kingdom chancellor Philip Hammond irks may with sexist remark

The Chancellor said his Cabinet colleagues should not have talked about the meeting's contents. Number 10's official spokesman said there would not be a "formal inves...

Jul 17 2017

Asking prices 'remain muted' despite high demand from buyers

Rightmove director Miles Shipside says: "Prices are in the summer doldrums". The number of sales agreed rose by 4.6 per cent in June 2017 compared to June 2016, puttin...

Jul 17 2017

Israeli police killed at Temple Mount

Later in the day, a funeral procession sought to enter with a coffin but was not allowed through. The compound has proved to be a tinder-box in the Israeli-Palestinian ...

Jul 17 2017

Senate to delay vote on Republican healthcare bill

In criticizing the Republican healthcare package, Democrats have pointed to projections that more than 20 million people will lose insurance under the latest prop...

Jul 17 2017

Britain and European Union 'get to work' on fresh Brexit talks

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, attending a different meeting in Brussels , passed up an opportunity to deny that was the case. A year after the referendum vote to le...