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‘Does he believe in a God’? — DNC leaders wanted to undermine Sanders

Further evidence of role of Israel lobby in Democratic Party: DNC chair Wasserman Schultz found Bernie Sanders's criticisms of Israel "disturbing," while Hillary Clinton campaign sought to use his stance to "marginalize" him, according to DNC emails published by Wikileaks.

Erdogan Closes Schools, Charities in Crackdown After Failed Coup

President Tayyip Erdogan tightened his grip on Turkey on Saturday, ordering the closure of thousands of private schools, charities and other institutions in his first decree since imposing a state of emergency after the failed military...Show More Summary

Munich Mall Shooting: Lone Gunman Kills 9 Then Commits Suicide

Updated | A gunman killed nine people then committed suicide on Friday at a shopping center in Munich in what police are calling a terror attack.  The shooter opened fire at the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum shopping mall in the Moosach district...Show More Summary

Oliver Stone: Pokémon Go Could Lead to Totalitarianism

The film director Oliver Stone has warned that augmented reality game Pokémon Go could lead society toward totalitarianism. Talking to Comic-Con in San Diego, California, to promote his new film about Edward Snowden, Stone said companies were carrying out “surveillance capitalism” by monitoring people’s behavior, The Guardian reported. Show More Summary

Turkey's anti-Gulen campaign: Strengthening militants and jihadists

By James M. Dorsey A Turkish demand that Pakistan close 28 primary and secondary schools associated with controversial, self-exiled Turkish preacher Fethullah Gulen has put the government in Islamabad in a quandary as it attempts toShow More Summary

Woman mauled to death by tigers after stepping out of car

Officials say woman exited her car at a wildlife park in Beijing and was attacked, and another woman was injured trying to help her

Turkey's Attempted Coup: The Collapse of the Ideal Islamic Democracy

Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ruled Turkey for more than a decade. He should be enjoying his time of triumph. He towers above the political system, able to create and dismiss governments at will. The mayor turned prime minister turned president created a new, victorious Islamic movement. Show More Summary

Suicide bomber kills at least 14 at Baghdad checkpoint

A suicide bomber attacked a security checkpoint in northern Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 14 people, Iraqi officials said.  The bomber, who was on foot, detonated his device at one of the busy entrances of the Shiite district of Kadhimiyah, killing at least 10 civilians and four policemen,...

Solar-powered plane begins last leg of record voyage

The Solar Impulse 2 left Cairo for Dubai early Sunday on the final leg of its globe-circling adventure that began in March 2015

The Business of ISIS

Islamic State controlled Omar oil field in Syria on fire following an attack by US Air Force planes Photograph courtesy Al-Alam The Islamic State (IS) has been described as being either one of the world's richest terrorist organization or as one of its poorest countries. Show More Summary

By Picking Kaine, Clinton Emphasizes Competence

The Democrat distinguishes herself from Donald Trump by promising smart, steady leadership.

Syria civil war: Airstrikes hit Aleppo hospitals

Four hospitals and a local blood bank in the battered city have been hit by air strikes in the past 24 hours.

ISIL as total state and pure violence

ISIL and all its state nemesis come together to form the amorphous shape of a "total state".

Inside Abu Sayyaf: Blood, drugs and conspiracies

Philippine group continues its insurgency and beheadings as military sources accuse local officials of lending support.

Cambodia: Thousands march in funeral of slain activist

Thousands march in funeral of slain activist, whose mid-day fatal shooting raised suspicion of political conspiracy.

Haneen Zoabi: Israel aims for 'political assassination'

Al Jazeera spoke with the Palestinian MK targeted by Israel's controversial new expulsion law.

Hindus perform annual ceremony on erupting Mount Bromo

An erupting volcano has not prevented Indonesia's Tenggerese people from performing their annual ceremony.

Israeli expulsion law 'violates all rules of democracy'

Critics fear the new legislation is designed to empty the Knesset of its Palestinian parties.

California wildfires: Hundreds flee Los Angeles homes

Hundreds evacuate their homes as fast-expanding fire tears through the drought-stricken mountains northwest of L.A

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