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Daily Archives: July 12, 2016

Anderson should have been in England squad for Lord’s Test

England should have gambled on seamer James Anderson’s fitness and included him in the squad for the first Test against Pakistan at Lord’s Cricket Ground, paceman Stuart Broad has said. Anderson, England’s most successful Test bowler with 454 wickets, was left out of England’s 12-man squad for the first match ...

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Biden rules out being Clinton’s vice president

US Vice President Joe Biden has ruled out being presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s running mate in the 2016 race for the White House. In an interview with MSNBC on Monday, Biden reiterated his support for the former first lady but asserted that being her vice president was not “my ...

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Dallas police chief warns of armed civilians in Texas

Dallas Police Chief David Brown says Texas laws allowing civilians to openly carry firearms pose a challenge to law enforcement. “It is increasingly challenging when people have AR-15’s slung over, and shootings occur in a crowd. And they begin running, and we don’t know if they are a shooter or ...

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Pentagon chief Carter arrives in Afghanistan

US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has arrived in Afghanistan to discuss security issues with President Ashraf Ghani and American commanders, in the wake of a decision by Washington and its NATO allies to keep thousands of foreign soldiers in the country. Carter landed in Bagram air base outside Kabul on ...

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UNESCO to Israel: Hands off Old City of al-Quds

The United Nations (UN)’s cultural body has called on Israel to halt all its archaeological and restoration activities in the occupied Old City of al-Quds (Jerusalem). UNESCO submitted a resolution to its World Heritage Committee to vote on next week, describing the Temple Mount as a “Muslim holy site of worship,” The Jerusalem ...

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Hague-based tribunal rules against Beijing claims in South China Sea

A Hague-based international tribunal has ruled that China has no “historic rights” to the islands in disputed the South China Sea, in a long anticipated verdict that could heighten tensions between Beijing and its neighbors, particularly the Philippines.  “The Tribunal concluded that there was no legal basis for China to claim historic rights ...

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Obama’s opinion about Clinton: Poll

Most American voters disagree with President Barack Obama’s view on presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s qualifications to succeed him as the next US president, a poll has found. During a joint campaign event in North Carolina last week, Obama said, “There has never ever been any man or woman ...

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