• Neville thought 3 England stars would struggle at World Cup
Neville thought 3 England stars would struggle at World Cup

Croatia beat England to book their first-ever spot in the World Cup final, having fallen short at the semi-final stage in France in 1998. "The whole country is right behind you tonight". It seems with every barrier that gets put in their way, they seem to be getting over it comfortably. However, despite his praise for Croatia, Gerrard beli...

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  • After 8-year search, Australian rangers capture massive crocodil
After 8-year search, Australian rangers capture massive crocodil

It is not the first time authorities have captured crocodiles in excess of four metres. Wildlife rangers capture around 250 "problem crocodiles" each year. So far this year, 190 of them as well as two freshwater crocodiles have been captured in the Top End region, according to data released by the government.

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  • Facebook respond to facing £500k fine over Cambridge Analytica scandal
Facebook respond to facing £500k fine over Cambridge Analytica scandal

It promised another update in October. The British findings highlight that the fallout from Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal is only beginning. Politicians are calling for greater transparency from Facebook in light of the ICO fine. Cambridge Analytica shut down its business in May. The firm had links to Donald Trump's presidential ca...

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  • Israel will not ‘rule out’ ties with Syrian govt - Defence minister
Israel will not ‘rule out’ ties with Syrian govt - Defence minister

The drone , which had also overflown Jordan and appeared to have been unarmed and designed for surveillance, was downed near the Sea of Galilee at the foothills of the Golan Heights, said Israeli military spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Jonathan Conricus.

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  • Trump preparing additional tariffs on $200B in Chinese goods
Trump preparing additional tariffs on $200B in Chinese goods

One reason why Wall Street is anxious: The People's Republic, which bought $154 billion in US imports previous year, is quickly running out of American products to hit with tariffs. A possible second round of tariff hikes announced Tuesday by the US Trade Representative targets a US$200 billion list of Chinese goods. Pence cited several exporting...

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  • Honeymooning cruisers in tragic zip-lining accident
Honeymooning cruisers in tragic zip-lining accident

According to Honduran newspaper La Prensa , 24-year-old Egael Tishman and 27-year-old Shif Fanken were on a cruise-ship excursion to zip line near West Bay, Roatan, when the accident happened at about 1:30 p.m. The Israeli couple were zip-lining in Roatan, Honduras, during a port call on Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas. After being tr...

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  • Trump insists he has ‘very good’ relations with Merkel
Trump insists he has ‘very good’ relations with Merkel

Jens Stoltenberg , Nato secretary-general, pictured here among alliance leaders, struck a diplomatic note about Mr Trump's outspoken calls for other countries to live up to their goal of spending 2 per cent of their economic output on defence.

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  • Judge Doubles Down On Order To Move Manafort To New Jail
Judge Doubles Down On Order To Move Manafort To New Jail

In a recent phone call they say he explained in vague terms why he wanted to go to trial first in D.C. federal court, where he faces related charges in a trial set for September. Last week, Manafort's lawyers complained that he has to spend 23 hours in solitary confinement in the unit. "Manafort has access to a separate workroom at the jail to me...

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  • Fobbed off: woman accidentally steals auto for two weeks after key mix-up
Fobbed off: woman accidentally steals auto for two weeks after key mix-up

What started out as a routine auto rental turned into a lesson about the importance of not leaving electronic key fobs in unoccupied vehicles, according to police in Cornwall, Ont. That's when the manager connected the dots and realized the vehicle she had returned belonged to an older gentleman who, 2 weeks earlier, had come in to rent a auto afte...

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  • 'Reckless': Trump escalates trade war with another $US200b in Chinese tariffs
'Reckless': Trump escalates trade war with another $US200b in Chinese tariffs

US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer writes that these new tariffs come as a response to how Beijing retaliated to the initial tariffs - quickly implementing matching tariffs on the same amount of US exports to China . The list is subject to a two-month public comment period before taking effect. After the list was released, China's C...

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  • Chicago native's murder in Mexico City raises crime questions
Chicago native's murder in Mexico City raises crime questions

The woman was apparently struck by a stray bullet, according to the Mexico City Attorney General's Office. The young couple left for Mexico City on July 3 and planned on dining at as many Michelin star restaurants as they could. "I'd give my life if she could just come back". Although she was vacationing in a nation being strafed by violence and ...

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  • May stares down Brexit plan backlash as ministers quit
May stares down Brexit plan backlash as ministers quit

In reply, May did not acknowledge the alternative white paper but referred instead to DExEU's underlying work. Penning a satirical limerick describing Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan having sex with a goat and calling him a "wankerer" to rhyme with the Turkish capital of Ankara.

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  • England fans make late dash to Russian Federation for World Cup semi-final
England fans make late dash to Russian Federation for World Cup semi-final

England has been craving a top title since it won the World Cup in 1966 and has a tremendous, unforseen opportunity ahead, with the weight of its country on its shoulders. The infectious song, with its chorus "It's coming home, it's coming home, it's coming, football's coming home ", was written by pop star Ian Broadie and comedians David Baddie...

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  • Nawaz's son-in-law arrives in Rawalpindi to 'surrender'
Nawaz's son-in-law arrives in Rawalpindi to 'surrender'

Sharif's 44-year-old daughter and co-accused Maryam was given seven years for abetment, and one year for non-cooperation with the NAB - also to run concurrently. He had done underground after the verdict. Political analysts say Nawaz and his daughter will try to win the sympathies that can play a role in the success in the elections.

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  • Woman Harassed For Puerto Shirt While Cop Looks On
Woman Harassed For Puerto Shirt While Cop Looks On

Puerto Ricans are American citizens whether they are born on the USA mainland or in Puerto Rico and have been since 1899, when Puerto Rico was acquired as a territory. He asks her if she is an American citizen, to which she responds that she is. She said the group politely complied but her Puerto Rico shirt appeared to act as a trigger to the man.

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  • Turkey's Erdogan unveils new cabinet
Turkey's Erdogan unveils new cabinet

Assuming the new executive presidency he has long fought to establish, Erdogan earlier took the oath of office in parliament before addressing global leaders gathered at the presidential palace in Ankara . Those attending the ceremony at the presidential palace on Monday evening will include Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, in a new sig...

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  • Rest In Peace To Zsa Zsa, The World's Ugliest Dog, Aged Nine
Rest In Peace To Zsa Zsa, The World's Ugliest Dog, Aged Nine

Zsa Zsa was about nine years old when she passed away, which is about the life expectancy for the breed. She won the title of World's Ugliest Dog just last month at the Sonoma Marin Fair. After her big win, Zsa Zsa's family said, "We are so excited for her, she deserves this". Brainard described the dog's death as "devastating" in an inter...

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  • Listeria outbreak: Lidl recall MORE vegetables over deadly bacteria
Listeria outbreak: Lidl recall MORE vegetables over deadly bacteria

Woolies said other frozen sweetcorn or vegetable products were unaffected. Waitrose and Spinneys both pulled Waitrose Essential mixed vegetable bags from its freezers on Monday following a mass recall in the United Kingdom involving six supermarkets.

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  • [Breaking] Centre will not contest challenge to Section 377
[Breaking] Centre will not contest challenge to Section 377

The five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra heard at length the petitioners' counsels who argued that the ambit of hearing be not just restricted to decriminalisation of homosexuality, but should extend to declaring that rights of the LGBT community are covered under Article 21.

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  • Trump Zings NATO, and EU Chief Zings Back
Trump Zings NATO, and EU Chief Zings Back

The president appeared to be referring to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that would double the amount of gas Russian Federation can send directly to Germany, skirting transit countries such as Ukraine. German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen dismissed the president's claim. The NATO chief was frank about the impact of Trump's criticism on the ...

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