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Dallas shooter planned larger attacks, police say

DALLAS, July 11: The Dallas gunman was plotting a major bomb attack, authorities said on Sunday (Jul 11), urging calm after 200 people were arrested in a new night of protests over police violence against blacks. Anger around America over the deaths of two black men at the hands of police in recent days – the stated reason for ...Full Article

Hundreds join ‘Black Lives Matter’ protest in London

LONDON, July 10: Several hundred people protested in London on Saturday (Jul 9) after the killing of black men by police in the United States. The “Black Lives Matter” ...Full Article

America can end divisions, Obama says, as race protests simmer

DALLAS, July 10: President Barack Obama assured a shocked America on Saturday (Jul 9) that the black extremist who shot dead five cops in Dallas was a lone wolf ...Full Article

Dallas police headquarters on lockdown after threat: Police

DALLAS, July 10: Dallas police headquarters were on lockdown on Saturday (Jul 9) after receiving a threat against officers, police said two days after a gunman killed five officers ...Full Article

Four NATO battalions to go to eastern Europe to deter Russia

WARSAW, July 9: The United States announced on Friday (Jul 8) it will deploy 1,000 troops to Poland as part of broader NATO efforts to reassure former Communist eastern ...Full Article

Dallas gunman wanted to kill white cops

DALLAS, July 9: The deadly ambush of Dallas police by a gunman apparently bent on killing white cops in retaliation for the harsh treatment of blacks by law enforcement ...Full Article

Over 60 civilians killed in north Syria: Monitor

BEIRUT, July 9: More than 60 civilians were killed by shelling and air strikes in the northwest of Syria on Friday (Jul 8), a monitoring group said, hours before ...Full Article

Obama to head to Dallas as shooting rocks US race relations

DALLAS, July 9: President Barack Obama will cut short a foreign trip and head to Dallas next week as a shooting rampage by a black army veteran bent on ...Full Article

At least 35 killed in attack on Shiite mausoleum north of Baghdad

TIKRIT, July 8: Islamic State claimed a triple suicide attack on Friday (Jul 8) near a Shi’ite mausoleum north of Baghdad, which killed at least 35 people and wounded ...Full Article

Britain to have first female PM since Thatcher

LONDON, July 8: Britain will have its first female prime minister since Margaret Thatcher after Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom made the shortlist on Thursday (Jul 7) to be ...Full Article
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