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Ex-congressman Joe Walsh stands by 'Watch out Obama' tweet

This happened late Thursday, as what was initially thought to be two shooters - later determined to be four - engaged almost a dozen police officers in combat. The president said he planned to convene a White House meeting in coming days with police officers, community and civil rights activists and others to talk about next steps.

Newt Gingrich joining Donald Trump at Wednesday rally in Sharonville, Ohio

Gingrich, 73, who represented Georgia in the House for two decades, introduced Trump at the rally. Cleveland.com reporter Jeremy Pelzer is covering the event. "He's smart, tough. He gets it". Stephen Miller, a top policy adviser for Trump, said Clinton's email controversy "goes to the heart of the question of whether we're a nation of laws".

At Least 26 Killed In Iraq Bomb And Gun Attack

Abadi fired the commander of Baghdad Operations as well as remove the officials responsible for intelligence and security in the capital, a statement from his office said, as the embattled prime minister faced growing protests stemming from Sunday's massive auto bombing, one of the deadliest since the 2003 USA -led invasion of Iraq.

Officer shot in Ballwin; suspect in custody

St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar told KMOV that the shooting occurred at around 11:10 a.m. local time. Police say a handgun was recovered. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch says the officer was wounded during a traffic stop. Belmar said the name of the suspect will be released once a warrant is issued for him.

Fierce fighting for key Aleppo road despite Syria truce

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said regime troops and allied paramilitaries retook control of the area of Ketlet al-Jamae in the Mallah Farms, which overlooks the rebel-held Castello Road. Aleppo has been divided since mid-2012 when rebels seized the east of the city confining government forces to the west. The pro-government forces have also continued the bombardment of the besieged suburb of Douma, he said.

Spain: 4 injured, none gored in 1st Pamplona bull-run

Fifteen have died from gorings in the San Fermin festival since record-keeping began in 1924. People fearless Pamplona's narrow streets racing with six bulls for 930-yards until they reach the city's famous bull ring. PETA says the Running of the Bulls is cruel and involves dozens of the creatures being struck and terrorised as they hurtle down narrow streets en route to a violent death.

Turkish media: 2 of 3 airport attackers ID'd

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan paid an unannounced visit to the airport on Saturday. Haber Turk newspaper said on its online edition that 11 more suspects - all of them foreign nationals - were detained in a separate raid on a house in Istanbul early on Friday.

Dhaka hostage 'mistaken for attacker and shot'

Two officers were killed. A Japanese government plane took the bodies of its citizens back to Tokyo's Haneda Airport, where the boxes covered with white cloth were lowered slowly in pairs from the cargo bay of the Boeing 747 and lined up on the tarmac.

Emory plans vigil for students killed in Bangladesh

The government has also dismissed those claims. In the video, three of the speakers are of Bangladesh origin, but they could not be identified immediately. "We did not see any souvenirs, magazines or related Islamic books", he said. "Evidence has been growing for some time that ISIS has been expanding its outreach, recruiting and propaganda, both online and with emissaries, as the military and economic costs of maintaining, much less expanding, its original caliphate have become clear", said ...

Aussie leaders seek minor party support amid election chaos

Authorities have to wait until 13 days after the July 2 election date for the final mail-in votes to arrive. Instead, it left a power vacuum in Canberra and fuelled talk of a challenge to Turnbull's leadership of the Liberal Party, which leads the coalition, less than a year after he ousted then prime minister Tony Abbott in a party-room coup.

Violence, settlements, Gaza undermine hope for Mideast peace

Chairman of the FIFA monitoring committee for Israel and Palestine, Tokyo Sexwale (C), visits the Palestinian Football Association (PFA) headquarters building that was destroyed during the 50-day war between Israel and Hamas-militants in the summer of 2014, in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip, on July 1, 2016.

Clinton's choice for first event with Obama: North Carolina

Once that triggered a controversy online, Trump deleted the tweet and replaced it with a similar one two hours later with the star replaced by a circle. "Just saw #DonaldTrump's Star of David tweet". His attacks on the Hispanic judge hearing a fraud case about Trump University stepped all over a damning Inspector General's report about Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state.

Brexit: EU leaders demand quick United Kingdom exit as fallout grows

The President also said he believes the Britons" unexpected decision to leave the European Union "speaks to the ongoing changes and challenges that are raised by globalisation'. The ministers also released a statement pledging to address divergent attitudes toward the European Union from its remaining member nations. Lawmakers from the opposition Labour Party also launched a no-confidence motion to topple their leader, leftist Jeremy Corbyn, accused by opponents in the party of campaigning ...

Tennessee Mother Charged With The Murders Of 4 Children

Their bodies were found after police entered her apartment in a gated community in unincorporated Shelby County on Friday. Authorities charged the mother with four counts of first degree murder while committing aggravated child neglect.

Union support for Jeremy Corbyn loses momentum

And the Unite leader used an interview on the Andrew Marr Show to warn Wallasey MP Angela Eagle that the party risked never being able to unite again if she went ahead with a leadership challenge. Ms Eagle and Mr Smith are planning to hold off the challenge against Mr Corbyn until after the publication of the Iraq War inquiry report by Sir John Chilcot on Thursday.

Palestinian killed after attempting to stab officer

About 850 Israeli settlers also live in heavily-guarded enclaves there. Tensions over Jewish access to a contested Jerusalem holy site, revered by Muslims as Haram al-Sharif (Noble Sanctuary) and Jews as Temple Mount, have also fueled the violence.

Manchester United accidentally reveal Mkhitaryan signing

Ibrahimovic, 34, has agreed a one-year deal with The Reds and will become the fourth Swede to play for United after Jesper Blomqvist, Bojan Djordjic and Henrik Larsson. Mourinho has already moved quickly to sign 22-year-old defender Eric Bailly from Villarreal in the summer transfer window as the Portuguese coach looks to revamp his squad ahead of next season.

China marks 95th anniversary of founding of CPC

In a warning to potential enemies, he said that Beijing must create armed forces that are capable of defending its interests. In a wide-ranging speech in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Xi said that history had chosen the Communist Party to lead China, but that if they did not manage the party properly and listen to the people, then history would discard them.

Foreign politicians to Trump: Stop 'begging' for money

Trump's speech focused on how to rebuild the American economy by fighting for fair trade. The charges allege that Trump was "illegally soliciting money from foreign nationals" to help with his campaign troubles. The home, now owned by Bob and Karen Hobbs, is where Goldwater kicked off his unsuccessful presidential campaign in 1964. Trump , who spoke on trade earlier in the day during a policy speech in Pennsylvania, continued to rip Clinton over her help in drafting the ...

Jeremy Corbyn's position as Labour leader 'untenable', says Ed Miliband

And a leaked e-mail from GMB general secretary Tim Roache, seen by the BBC , suggests he expressed concerns privately about Corbyn's performance during the European Union referendum campaign, which he described as "lackluster". To supporters of Jeremy, my candid view is that a progressive, Left agenda is more likely to be taken forward in a united Labour Party, not a wrecked, divided party.

Adnan Syed, subject of Serial podcast, granted a new murder trial

Syed was convicted in 2000 of murdering Hae Min Lee a year earlier and burying her in a shallow grave in a park in northwest Baltimore. Lee's body was buried. No date has yet been set for this new trial. This was Syed's second attempt at a new trial; Welch had previously denied his request in 2014. The retrial comes after testimony on Syed's behalf by Asia McClain, a former schoolmate who said she saw and talked to Syed at the time Lee was being killed, according to The New York Times .

European Union leaders plot a future without Britain, demand answers

The German leader reiterated that no formal or informal negotiations over Britain's future relations with the European Union would start until the country formally notifies its intention to leave . Leader after leader rejected Cameron's pleas for favorable conditions for Britain once it leaves, while he frustrated them by refusing to initiate the divorce proceedings just yet.

Naked man in Times Square takes over morning rush hour

Other reports claim that McClean was screaming his love for photographers Bruce Weber and Mario Testino , and shouted "Donald Trump, where are you?" during the freakish hour-long public display. WARNING: The following footage contains nudity . Officials say he'll undergo psychiatric evaluation. According to McClean's Instagram, he has posed for several fashion campaigns, many of which are underwear ads, and has appeared in both GQ and Harper's Bazaar.

'Move on' from Benghazi? Republicans say it's unlikely

Pompeo and Jordan, in their rival report , alleged that Clinton's State Department was "seemingly more concerned with politics and Secretary Clinton's legacy than with protecting its people in Benghazi", and they said the Obama administration was "so focused on the next election that it lost sight of its duty to tell the American people the truth".

Cameron to quit as United Kingdom votes to leave EU

As well as Mr Johnson and Mr Gove, the signatories included Cabinet-level Brexit backers Chris Grayling, Theresa Villiers and John Whittingdale. His reference to a bullet sparked a furious response on Twitter, which came eight days after the death of Ms Cox, who was attacked in her constituency in Birstall ahead of her weekly surgery.

Aide said Clinton didn't want emails accessible to 'anybody'

He added that U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan suspected that Clinton was not being forthcoming in releasing all her work-related emails, so he had her swear "under penalty of perjury" that she had surrendered all her governmental emails to the State Department.

'Daily Show' faces backlash for abortion ruling tweet

Rutledge also criticized the ruling, which struck down Texas' requirement that doctors who perform abortions have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals and that clinics meet hospital-like standards for outpatient surgery. Pro-Trump forces have argued to skeptical conservatives that the vacant seat on the Supreme Court is reason enough to support the NY businessman over Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Malaysian woman dies after airbag ruptures in accident

If an investigation conclusively links Takata's fatally flawed devices with the driver's death, it will be the 14th confirmed worldwide. Sungai Buloh Fire and Rescue Department Senior Officer II Rosdi Hainan said that the driver's airbag was found ruptured and that she could have sustained injuries to her chest from material protruding from the centre of the steering wheel.

Modi, Jaitley slam Congress on imposition of Emergency in 1975

The country was turned into a prison. "In a country of 1.25 billion there are only 1.5 lakh people whose taxable income is more than 50 lakh", said Prime Minister Modi while addressing the nation in the 21st edition of his " Mann ki Baat " programme.

Eagles in Group of death

Group B includes three of the five African countries who went to the last World Cup in Brazil and they will be battling for a single place at the tournament in Russian Federation. The Indomitable Lions crashed out of the 2014 World Cup group in Brazil, while the Super Eagles and the Desert Foxes dumped after the Round of 16. In the other African Russia 2018 qualifying groups, Tunisia, Libya, DR Congo and Guinea face off in Group A; while Cote d'Ivoire, Morocco, Mali and Gabon are in Group ...