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Kerry says United States, Egypt return to 'stronger base' in ties

7 minutes agoNews : Reuters: World News

CAIRO (Reuters) - The United States and Egypt are returning to a "stronger base" in bilateral ties despite tensions and human rights concerns, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday after talks with his Egyptian counterpa...

Egypt postpones Al Jazeera retrial verdict to Aug 29

10 minutes agoNews : Reuters: World News

CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Sunday postponed delivering its verdict in the retrial of three Al Jazeera TV journalists, a decision a defense lawyer said was to avoid bad publicity during a visit by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and other dignitaries.

Kerry says to seek more support for Libya peace plan

10 minutes agoNews : Reuters: World News

CAIRO (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday he would seek greater backing for a U.N. peace plan for Libya which has been spurned by some key players in a country where two rival governments are vying for powe...

Fans’ verdicts on Women’s FA Cup final

13 minutes agoSports / Football : BBC - Football

With a Wembley Women’s FA Cup final held for the first time, fans give BBC Sport their views on the state of the game.

Scott Walker Claims He Still Doesn't Know If Obama Is A Christian

As Van Jones discussed in the clip above from this Sunday's State of the Union on CNN, over the objections from "Boss Hogg" Haley Barbour, who of course defended him, Wisconsin Gov. and presidential contender Scott Walker knew full well...Show More Summary

Donald Trump: No Black Presidents For A While Because Of Obama

23 minutes agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump thinks the United States will not see another black president for some time because Barack Obama has "set a very poor standard," the billionaire businessman, entertainer and Republican presidential candidate told ABC News on Sunday. Show More Summary

Solar Co-Ops Becoming More Common In West Virginia

Over recent years, West Virginia has slowly become home to a growing number of solar energy co-ops. One of the state’s more notable cities, Charleston, is now gearing up to become home to one as well, giving residents in the area an easier and simpler way to go solar. Show More Summary

US-Egypt Dialogue Regains 'Stronger Base' - Kerry

The United States and Egypt are returning to a "stronger base" in their dialogue despite a previous cooling in their relationships, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday.

US to Continue Supporting Egyptian Army in Fight Against Terrorism – Kerry

US Secretary of State John Kerry said that Washington “will continue to provide robust training to the Egyptian military” in order to build capacity and professionalism to efficiently combat terrorism.

Germany Should Immediately Withdraw Patriot Missiles From Turkey - Lawmaker

Dietmar Bartsch, a member of Bundestag, said that the deployment of the Patriot defense system in Turkey made no sense, stating that the German government had stationed it on political grounds.

EXCLUSIVE: Bill to ban game trophies in NY, NJ area airports

40 minutes agoNews : NY Daily News

A Manhattan state senator is set to introduce a bill banning the transport of game trophies through regional airports.

Eight in Ten Germans Rule Out Summer Holiday in Turkey Over Terror Threat

According to media reports, some 80 percent of German citizens have ruled out Turkey as their summer holiday destination because of Ankara's military operation against the Islamic State (ISIL) group and Kurdish militants.

Russian Security Forces Kill 8 Suspected ISIL Militants in North Caucasus

Eight militants who recently became part of Islamic State (ISIL) terrorist organization were killed by Russian security forces in Ingushetia.

Gemayel accuses Hezbollah , Aoun of pushing the country towards suicide

Former Lebanese president Amin Gemayel accused Hezbollah and its ally the Free Patriotic Movement of crippling the functioning of the government through their tactics, saying that the paralysis of the state ends with an initiative on their part, Asharq al-Awsat newspaper reported on Sunday. He told the daily: “Some sides are pushing the country towards […]

United Arab Emirates Detains 41 Suspects in Terror Links

Authorities in the United Arab Emirates referred 41 detainees to the Federal Supreme Court for trial on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks, state media reported Sunday.

Memphis Police Officer Shot Dead

According to media reports, a police officer was fatally shot while on duty in Memphis, in the southern US state of Tennessee.

See Cecil the Lion and Other Animals Light Up the Empire State Building

1 hour agoNews : NewsFeed

Images of endangered animals were projected onto the New York City landmark

Judge Sullivan is not amused (2)

(Scott Johnson) Josh Gerstein reports Judge Sullivan’s order to the State Department in the matter of Huma Abedin and the emails of Hillary Clinton et al. in Politico’s “Judge wants Clinton certification on emails.” Gerstein places the...Show More Summary

Say It Ain't So, Joe

A Biden for President campaign is probably doomed. Not because of who Joe Biden is but because of what he is: vice president of the United States. Voting for Biden would mean voting for a third term for Barack Obama. When the incumbent President isn't running for re-election, the vice president typically runs. Show More Summary

State Department Report: Iran Officials are Involved in Sex Trafficking of Women & Girls

These are the monsters that Barack Obama has cheerfully and compliantly crawled into bed with. They are expert and brutal slave masters. Iran is trafficking in children, both boys and

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