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Georgia 6th District Congressional Race A Test Of Millennial Voting Strength


If Ossoff wins, Democrats will argue that the party's liberal base is energized and capable of flipping more House and Senate seats next year. But an Ossoff victory would indicate that it's quite the opposite - which could function as a general consensus on whether President Donald Trump's performance in the White House is trashing the GOP's national image. Read More »

At least 19 killed in hotel attack in Somalia's capital

The auto bomb that began the attack blew the roofs off the restaurant and other nearby buildings. Residents reported gunshots during the night. Witnesses said security forces cordoned off the whole district surrounding the site of the incidents, and that the people inside the hotel had been safely evacuated. Read More »

Mexico hold Portugal to 2-2 draw in Confederations Cup 2017

Russia's head of state had demanded that the "Sbornaya" play like warriors, but they didn't to against New Zealand , who lacked both shape and ambition in their game. Cristiano Ronaldo ran at the Mexican defense before finding Quaresma for an easy finish. "He will tell us what has happened.(.) The only thing I know is that he feels mistreated by the media". Read More »

Van mows down worshippers leaving London mosque, here are all the reactions

The U.K. police are investigating the incident as a terrorist attack . "We have a witness saying that the guy who did what he did, the driver of the van, said 'I did my bit, ' which means he's not mentally ill", Kacimi said. Police are treating the incident as a terrorist attack . "When he was running, he said 'I want to kill more people, I want to kill more Muslims, '" he said. Read More »

Pentagon deciding whether to send more troops to Afghanistan

U.S. #Defense Secretary James Mattis revealed the new war strategy in Afghanistan will involve pressuring Pakistan to fight terrorism. Instead, perhaps 3,000 to 5,000 additional USA personnel, supplemented by troops from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation nations, will join the some 8,400 Americans and 5,000 Europeans now in the country. Read More »

Van rams into worshippers at London mosque, 1killed


But imam Mohammed Mahmoud stepped up and told the angry crowd to stop and to restrain the suspect until police arrived instead. It is the fourth terror attack in the United Kingdom in four months, after incidents in Westminster , Manchester and on London Bridge . Read More »

PM: Details of agreement with DUP will be made public


She was reluctant, for example, to release a white paper on her negotiating position, and in her Lancaster House speech took a strong stand against scrutiny, telling the public: " those who urge us to reveal more. "It's not certain, it's under stress, it's fragile". Meanwhile, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has seen off a leadership challenge and, against all odds, now leads a united party that looks like a government-in-waiting. Read More »

Castile protesters target city where officer worked


Anthony, Minn. on June 18 for a memorial rally in honour of Philando Castile. "Philando was murdered in cold blood and will not be here this Father's Day for Dae-Anna", a Facebook event page said. But no video existed of exactly what happened inside the vehicle. "Stand up and be the leader that you say you are", the uncle said to Trump, adding that that civil rights charges be brought to Officer Jeronimo Yanez . Read More »

Suspect held in mosque attack in London

The city's Mayor Sadiq Khan, also paid tribute to the religious leader and the local community who apprehended the attacker near the mosque, keeping him safe from mob violence. But the headlines on Monday are on the fourth terror attack to hit the country this year, with condemnation streaming in from every corner, including from Prime Minister Theresa May . Read More »

Bank after Jerusalem attacks


One Israeli police officer was killed in the attack. A short distance away, two Palestinians opened fire and tried to stab a group of Israeli police officers . This is the first time Isis has taken responsibility for an attack in Israel. Since September 2015, Palestinian assailants have killed 43 Israelis, two visiting Americans and a British student, mainly in stabbing, shooting and vehicular attacks. Read More »

Israel considers increasing security at Damascus Gate after deadly attack

The jihadist group has a major presence across Israel's southern border in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, where it carries out frequent deadly attacks on the security forces. Back to the terrorists claiming responsibility - IS and Hamas are Islamist terror organizations (the PFLP is secular Marxist). A spokesman for Israel's Shin Bet internal security agency said it was "impossible to corroborate (the IS claim) at this point". Read More »

No change on 'Dreamers' program

Lisa Rivas , a Danbury immigration attorney, said she wasn't surprised about the DAPA announcement because of the Supreme Court decision. Many participants - often referred to as "dreamers" - arrived in the United States as small children and have little recollection of their birth countries. Read More »

UK PM Theresa May will face leadership challenge if she softens Brexit

Such is the collapse of May's authority that her entire Brexit strategy is being picked apart in public by her ministers, her lawmakers and her allies on the eve of formal negotiations which begin in Brussels on Monday at 0900 GMT. She was reluctant, for example, to release a white paper on her negotiating position, and in her Lancaster House speech took a strong stand against scrutiny, telling the public: " those who urge us to reveal more. Read More »

Governor, senator mourn death of freed student

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he offered his prayers as Warmbier's parents "enter a time of grief no parent should ever know", and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Warmbier's death "touches the American heart like no other". Read More »

Suspect in London van attack identified as Darren Osborne


Mr Osborne was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and alleged terror offences. They had been helping a man who had collapsed. The attack was, she said, "a reminder that terrorism, extremism and hatred take many forms and our determination to tackle them must be the same, whoever is responsible". Read More »

Naveen keeps all guessing on NDAs presidential nominee

Modi said Kovind, a farmer's son, comes from a humble background and had devoted his life to public service and worked for the poor and marginalised. It would have been better if our NDA would have taken all the opposition parties in?good faith? before announcing the name the support towards this election would have been greater?. Read More »

Deadly Explosion Rips Through Bogota Mall

The attack took place at 5:00 pm local time (22:00 GMT) in the bathrooms of the second floor of the Andino Shopping Center, in the north of Bogota . Bogota Mayor Enrique Penalosa also said authorities could not confirm "which group could be responsible" for the blast, but it was "clearly a cowardly terrorist attack ". Read More »

No consensus unless govt gives a name: Congress on Prez poll

In the absence of a consensus the Presidential poll will be held on July 17. He said Prime Minister Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP ) president Amit Shah have chosen a really good person, who is honest and hardworking. Well, the name will be out this week as the PM would like to have the issue resolved before he leaves for his United States trip on 24 June. As the party had pointed out earlier, their candidate has come as a surprise. Read More »

Man arrested for attempted murder over Finsbury Park terror attack


One person was killed and ten others injured when a delivery van crashed into people leaving a mosque in Finsbury Park, reports. One man was pronounced dead at the scene. "What we have seen throughout - whether in the heroism of the ordinary citizens who fought off the attackers at London Bridge; the unbreakable resolve of the residents in Kensington; or this morning the spirit of the community that apprehended this attacker - is that this is an extraordinary city of extraordinary ... Read More »

Finsbury Park Mosque attack suspect held on terrorism offences

Police said the 48-year-old white man who was driving the van that hit those leaving evening prayers at the Finsbury Park mosque has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. . But this time it was Muslims just outside a north London mosque who came under attack . But Kacimi said there was no need for the community to panic, because police and government officials have been "very, very supportive". Read More »

Bihar Governor Ramnath Kovind is NDA's Presidential nominee: Amit Shah


Party chief Amit Shah made an announcement after a meeting of the BJP Parliamentary board earlier in the day. India's Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (pic) tweeted that Ram Nath Kovind would "make an exceptional president". If Kovind is elected, he will be the second Dalit President of India after KR Narayanan. "He is humble and non-controversial", Naidu said as he appealed to all political parties to support Kovind for the top constitutional office. Read More »

London Mosque Attack: Suspect identified as Darren Osborne


Witnesses at the scene said the van veered off the road and into pedestrians outside the Finsbury Park Mosque. Police have said that it is believed the middle-aged man, who neighbors say recently separated from the mother of his children, acted alone, and there is no known link to any far-right organization. Read More »

Central Portugal forest fires: 61 Dead, PM Calls Disaster a 'Tragedy'


PEDROGAO GRANDE , Portugal The most devastating Portuguese forest fire in decades has left locals in the town of Pedrogao Grande struggling to understand how 62 people died as they tried to flee the inferno. The country's Civil Protection department said that the battle against the flames is still very hard in the Pedrogao Grande , where 1,100 soldiers and firefighters are working with hundreds of vehicles and dozens of aircraft. Read More »

Police identify suspect in China kindergarten blast that killed eight


The blast occurred at about 4:48 p.m. on Thursday at the gate of the kindergarten when many relatives were waiting to pick up children. Nine people have been described as seriously injured, according to Xuzhou city government. There have also been knife attacks at schools in recent years, the most recent being in January, when a man armed with a kitchen knife wounded 11 children at a kindergarten in southern China. Read More »