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Leave campaign seeks the "undecided" voter ahead of poll

The close encounter took place at Billingsgate Fish Market, where the senior Tory urged voters to "believe in our country" and leave the European Union. "I think we can be very proud of the result". "In the end, this question is about the people, it's about the right of the people of this country to settle their own destiny, it's about the very principles of our democracy.

Authorities search for suspect in police officer's shooting

A Folcroft Borough police officer was shot several times Friday morning after he approached a man he saw smoking marijuana outside an apartment building. Amtrak spokesman Craig Schulz said trains out of Washington are expected to continue on schedule but people traveling beyond Philadelphia could face delays.

Barnes & Noble, Inc. Concept Stores Will Feature Eateries With Beer & Wine

The company's goal is to increase traffic in the stores and grow the sales of both food and beverage from less than 10% of the total sales of the retailer to a large pillar within the business. He said that the first store will launch in Eastchester, N.Y. this October. Investors were cheered by the plans and outlook that Barnes & Noble put forward this week, sending the company's stock up nearly 8 percent on Thursday.

Obama says U.S. respects United Kingdom's decision to leave EU

The US leader added that the "special relationship" between the Britain and Washington will continue into the future. Meanwhile, the Ministers from the G7 countries, which includes the United Kingdom, noted that it is "monitoring market developments" and affirmed the United Kingdom economy will "remain resilient".

Clinton failed to hand over key email to State Department

That copy of the email was publicly cited last month in a blistering audit by the State Department's inspector general that concluded Clinton and her team ignored clear internal guidance that her email setup violated federal standards and could have left sensitive material vulnerable to hackers.

Colombia, FARC rebels announce deal on bilateral cease-fire

The deal establishes "a bilateral ceasefire and end to hostilities and the definitive laying down of arms", according to the text. But it is considered a historic advance that both Colombia's. The Colombian civil war between the government and the Marxist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has claimed more than 220,000 lives and displaced nearly 5 million people during half a century of conflict.

In speech, Trump to ramp up critique of Clinton as failure

Millennial Zach Bernstein of Columbus was there for a different reason. Meanwhile, Trump and associates described Lewandowski's firing as part of an effort to re-orient his team toward the challenges of a fall campaign. The New York real estate mogul is behind Clinton in most opinion polls and campaign finance figures released on Monday show he has raised only a fraction of the amount Clinton has brought in, although he has said he is willing to loan his campaign more money.

Suspect charged after woman in hijab attacked

Investigators say the assault happened for no apparent reason while the victim was grocery shopping with her four month old son late Monday afternoon. Mohammad Sharifi alleged that two men began yelling from across the street, before approaching the pair and "allegedly calling Sharifi an Arab and telling him to go back to his country", the CBC reported.

'Rockstar' Raghuram Rajan: Don't write me off, I will be around

Observing that personal loan growth, especially of housing loans in a state-run bank was as good as that of private sector bank, Rajan claimed that lack of capital could not be the culprit. Rajan once again rejected the idea of using the RBI's reserves for recapitalising banks, first floated in the Economic Survey in February. "Government of India will have to take up all related issues with Government of Pakistan".

Lagging in fundraising, Trump calls on GOP for more support

Donald Trump is not running a bad campaign. Fundraising reports show his campaign began June with about $1.3 million in the bank, compared to the $42 million Clinton's campaign had on hand. Trump financed his own primary campaign and has steered clear of sending out fundraising emails. In Ohio, Trump is tied with Clinton, according to the latest Quinnipiac poll , in part because of his wide lead with white, male voters.

Karnataka cabinet reshuffle: Junior ministers get posts in Siddaramaiah's ministry

His wife Sumalatha, who was also a movie star, in a tweet had yesterday said "Being non-corrupt, straight forward & honest might not win today's battle.But time will prove the ultimate victor in any war". Ambareesh's supporters in Mandya continued their protest for the second consecutive day today. Some film producers also stopped film shooting expressing solidarity with Ambareesh.

Palestinians attack Israeli cars in West Bank, assailant shot dead: army

It appears none of the young Palestinians were involved in the attack, the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) said. "From our initial investigation into the incident on Road 443 last night, IDF soldiers opened fire in order to remove an immediate threat".

Solar plane begins trans-Atlantic stretch of global journey

After a yearlong stay in the U.S., Solar Impulse 2, a Swiss solar-powered plane circling the world is set to depart from NY early Monday morning to cross the Atlantic Ocean to head for Spain. The aircraft is powered thanks to 17,000 solar cells, and it runs on battery power during the night. That flight marked the first oceanic crossing for a solar-powered plane.

Mexico: Protesters and police clash, six dead

It said 20 people were missing. It said the dead comprised teachers and members of other social groups that support them.But the union denied the presence of “radical groups” and said police had infiltrated their movement. Around 20 people died in the upheaval between 2006-2007, including United States cameraman Brad Will, who was killed during a protest. "We're protesting peacefully, expressing what we think is not good".

Riots hit South Africa's capital over mayoral candidate

The majority of business owners in the Pretoria CBD have closed their shops, as violent protest actions in several areas, including Atteridgeville, Mamelodi , Soshanguve and Hamanskraal, continue with no end in sight. Cases of murder, malicious damage to property and intimidation have been opened following protests in Tshwane , police have said. Another source said Mamelodi is also burning with more than 10 buses set alight.

Ukraine coach Fomenko to quit after troubled campaign

Poland fans delighted after their team secured last-16 slot with 1-0 win over Ukraine . "It was fairly impressive that we got seven points from three matches in a hard group, we didn't concede a goal, maybe we could have scored more". To start the second half, Poland brought on Blaszczykowski to replace Piotr Zielinski in an attempt to generate more offense. Bogdan Butko received the ball and sent it across the six-yard box but it was cleared before Konoplyanka could pounce.

Assisted dying to become law after Senate backs Liberals' bill

It also includes a mandatory 15-day reflection period so people don't make a rash decision after a diagnosis. An amendment from Joyal proposed the Senate pass the bill but ask the House to refer eligibility requirements to the Supreme Court to test their constitutionality - an idea Rankin said he would support.

Evangelical Leaders 'Converse' with Donald Trump, Ben Carson in NY About America

Ted Cruz , R-Texas, who explicitly targeted evangelicals with a socially conservative campaign, Trump was carried to victory in states like SC with a significant share of the evangelical vote. "She's going to be an extension of Obama but it's going to be worse because with Obama, you had your guard up, with Hillary you don't, and it's going to be worse".

ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

ICC sentences Jean-Pierre Bemba to 18 years for murders, rapes and pillaging committed by his troops in vehicle. "The punishment meted out today can't turn back the clock, but it can bring a measure of closure to those victims who've waited patiently more than a dozen years for this day to come".

Venezuelans fingerprinted in bid to drive out president

As a outcome of this poor resource management, Hochstein said, the country is getting below-market prices for lower amounts of crude. She had a heart attack seven months ago and, like many of her compatriots, has been struggling to get hold of medication.

China: Yulin gears up for controversial annual dog-meat festival

Some 30 activists handed in the petition to the Yulin city representative's office in Beijing , accompanied by banners bearing photos of their canine companions with messages that said: "I am not your dinner" and "Shame on Yulin ". "Because of the protests, more people know that Yulin has a dog meat festival so everyone comes and tries it", says vendor Lin. Last week (ends17Jun16), China policy specialist for the Humane Society International Peter Li and volunteers for the ...

Activists look to build on momentum of Sanders campaign

Bernie Sanders refuses to concede to presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton because he wants to see if the Federal Bureau of Investigation will indict her. "We have begun the long and arduous process of transforming America, a fight that will continue tomorrow, next week, next year and into the future", he said.

Clashes between police, teachers leave 4 dead in Mexico

Mexico's federal government released a statement that put a total at 21 federal agents injured, with no mention of the deaths. The CNTE has staunchly opposed Pena Nieto's education reform, which requires teachers to undergo performance evaluations.

Trump now claims he never suggested arming club-goers

The Republican-backed Cornyn Amendment requires law enforcement notification if someone on a watchlist tries to buy a gun from a licensed dealer and a three-day delay to check for terrorist connections. It is similar to a compromise measure from Sens. The other amendment by Sen. There is no specific prohibition for those on the terrorist watch list, which the Federal Bureau of Investigation said in 2014 had 800,000 names on it, and no background checks are required for anyone buying guns ...

High Court Lets Connecticut, New York Assault Weapons Bans Stand

In that case, the Supreme Court decided that the Second Amendment includes an individual right to bear arms. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., who led a filibuster last week protesting congressional inaction on gun control. It also limited ammo magazines to no more than 10 rounds. The laws had been introduced in response to another mass shooting involving a semi-automatic weapon at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in December 2012.

Donald Trump accuses Jeb Bush of plotting against him

Ryan said earlier this week at his weekly press conference that he does not plan to withdraw his support of Trump , although they disagree on some key issues. "But I think they're starting to like me". Also, in response to the growing movement to change GOP's rules, Trump also stated that it is illegal for GOP members to oust him.

Italy look to build up momentum against Ireland, says Parolo

What I do know is what we'll do ourselves. And, to be fair, it wouldn't have made an terrible lot of difference if Simon Mignolet, Jean-Francois Gillet or even Marc Wilmots himself jumped in nets for Saturday's Group E game against the Republic of Ireland.

Warren relishes role as attack dog against Donald Trump

Donald Trump suggested Sunday that the United States should "seriously" consider profiling Muslims inside the country as a terrorism-fighting tool, the latest example of the Republican presidential nominee-in-waiting increasingly backing positions that could single out a group based on their religion.

World gets ready to observe second Yoga Day

Explaining the goal of observing the day, Akbaruddin said, "Our effort this year will be to enhance the important that we place in yoga and indicate that Yoga Day isn't one of opportunity but it (Yoga) is a holistic approach that we will all work towards enhancing its global role".

France jails 3 Russians, to deport 20 for Euro 2016 violence

They raced towards the English fans who tried to get away as quickly as possible. Dave, who had travelled with friends to Marseille , had the chance of a ticket to return for England's second match with Wales in Lens today (Thursday). Marseille's prosecutor said information from Russian police had helped catch the hooligans. Pavel Klimenko, a project coordinator for the Football Against Racism in Europe network - which provides an official observer at matches overseen by the Union of ...