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Nice terror attack: France declares three-day national mourning.

France has declared a three-day national mourning from Saturday onwards in the aftermath of the Nice terror attack that killed around 84 people, including foreigners.

The attack occurred when a large truck ploughed into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in the southern French city of Nice. Condemning the attack, French President Francois Hollande has said the attack was "undeniably" of a "terrorist nature" and announced the extension of the state of emergency by another...
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Former Republican presidents sidle out of party convention; Trump lashes out at Ginsburg.

A Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday showed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton in Florida and Pennsylvania. According to reports, Trump leads Clinton 42-39 in Florida and by 2 points in Pennsylvania at 43-41, while both received 41 percent of votes each in Ohio. It was added that Republican National Committee members and delegates have gathered in Cleve...
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Bishops negligent in sexual abuse cases to be removed: Pope Francis.

According to a new papal decree announced by Pope Francis, bishops who are negligent in sexual abuse cases could now be removed. 

Pope Francis, while addressing a summit on human trafficking in the Vatican, said that he had approved the new procedures for removing bishops who are negligent in sexual abuse issues. The Vatican Press Office said that the new measures are spelled out in an Apostolic Letter in the form of a personal edict. The Pontiff...
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Israel prime minister denies police recommended trial of wife for financial fraud.

Israeli police reportedly said on May 29 that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife, Sara, is under criminal charges on suspicions that she exploited state funds in both private and official residences. According to reports, Sara Netanyahu was suspected of misusing state funds to fund her now late father’s caregiver; unnecessarily hire an electrician, purchase new furniture at taxpayers’ expense, and host elaborate feasts. The investigation was reported...
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Barack Obama says world leaders “rattled” by Trump’s emergence.

The Group of Seven Summit at Japan saw President Obama disclosing that world leaders have reportedly been quite surprised that the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee Donald Trump is a front runner.

According to reports, President Obama reportedly added that his global counterparts are uncertain about “how to take some of his [Trump’s] pronouncements.” Further, Obama...
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US Airport Security Chief Ousted Amid Widespread Complaints.

The chief of U.S. airport security has been ousted amid widespread complaints from airline passengers about hours-long waits to get through security checkpoints at some of the country's busiest airports.

The Transportation Security Administration said it has moved Kelly Hoggan to another position after outraged flyers posted numerous pictures and videos on social media outlets in recent days showing security lines snaking through airport terminals at a snail's...
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U.S. Senate passes 9/11 bill despite Saudi Arabia, White House warning.

The U.S. Senate has reportedly unanimously passed a legislation allowing families of the 9/11 attack victims to sue Saudi Arabia if the kingdom’s hand is discovered in orchestrating the terror attacks.

According to reports, the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) will now pass to the House of Representatives to be voted upon. If the act is passed in the House of Representatives as well, the sovereign immunity enjoyed by countries would...
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France says no to free trade deal following Greenpeace revelation.

France has reportedly threatened to veto U.S. and European Union’s Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership on May 3.

According to reports, French President Francois Hollande declared that he was “at this stage” opposed to the agreement, which aimed at creating a free trade zone encircling half of the world economy. The announcement was reportedly made a day after activist group Greenpeace released pages of the TTIP document...
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Trump, Clinton get roasted by Obama at his last White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

U.S. President Barack Obama delivered scores of jokes at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on April 30, poking fun at politicians, the media and himself. 

It was Obama’s eighth and final Correspondents’ Dinner and was attended by 2,600 people. About his visit to the U.K. last week, he said, “Last week Prince George showed up to our meeting in his bathrobe. That was a...
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Russia not participating in Nuclear Security Summit.

Russia has refused to participate in the nuclear security summit being hosted by US President Barack Obama, highlighting the tensions between the two powers.

The Fourth Nuclear Security Summit, where North Korea and ISIS are set to be hotly debated, got underway in Washington, D.C. on Thursday. Leaders from at least 50 nations are gathered in the US capital to discuss ways to avoid extremism from getting their hands on nuclear weapons. Russia has critici...
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Sealing borders won't defeat Islamic State, says Obama.

President Barack Obama on Wednesday said he recognized that defeating the terror threat was a priority but dismissed calls to shut the borders upon Muslims fleeing the violence in the Middle East or elsewhere because that won't defeat the Islamic State.

Addressing a news conference in the Argentine capital, Obama rejected criticism from Republican presidential hopefuls that he had not done enough to curb Islamist terror. The criticism came...
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Kerry labels Islamic State violence as genocide.

Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday said Islamic State violence against Christians and other minorities indeed constitute genocide but the designation is expected to make little difference to the American policy against the terror group in Iraq and Syria.

"In my judgment, Daesh (the Arabic name for the Islamic State) is responsible for genocide against groups in territory under its control, including...
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Republican Party responsible for rise of Trump, says Obama.

President Barack Obama said Thursday that the Republican Party is responsible for Donald Trump's rise and the "crack-up" of the GOP, and refuted the argument that Trump's surge is a reaction to his presidency.

"I have been blamed by Republicans for a lot of things, but being blamed for their primaries and who they're selecting for their party is novel," Obama said with a laugh during a joint news conference with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House. "He's just doing...
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Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott, Caribbean Poet, Dies at 87

Soviet exile poet Joseph Brodsky, who won the Nobel literature prize in 1987, once complained that some critics relegated Walcott to regional status because of 'an unwillingness ... to admit that the great poet of the English language is a black man.'
Walcott himself proudly celebrated his role as a Caribbean writer.
'I am primarily, absolutely a Caribbean writer,' he once said during a 1985 interview published in The Paris Review. 'The English language is nobody's special property. It is the property of the imagination: it is the...Read more

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Al Jazeera America says Goodbye.

The core principle driving the journalism that distinguished Al Jazeera America online as a unique voice in a cluttered news landscape was the simple — yet radical — proposition that no single human life is worth less than any other.

Whether it was Trayvon Martin or Michael Brown, teenage African-Americans killed in their prime; Syrian refugee child Alan Kurdi, whose lifeless body washed up on a Turkish beach; Palestinian baby Ali Dawabshe, who died in the flames of his firebombed home in a village under Is...
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