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Iran tries last-minute bargaining tactic in nuclear talks

In an eleventh-hour appeal, Iran's foreign minister used a video clip Friday to prod the six world powers he is negotiating with to abandon "coercive" tactics and strike a deal over his nation's nuclear program.

These 5 teams could end Alabama's streak of No. 1 recruiting classes

Then again, the Tide are right in the mix to make it six years in a row. Alabama has dominated Signing Day over the past half-decade, reeling in the nation's top recruiting class five years in a row. That gap has started to close, as USC very nearly overtook the Tide in the 2015 class' consensus rankings and did rank No. Show More Summary

Red Sox Coming Alive to Stay Within Striking Distance of AL East Bunch

Six games out of first place with half a season still to play, the Pittsburgh Pirates are beginning to look like a real challenger to the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Central. Six games out of first place with half a season...Show More Summary

Attack on U.N. convoy in northern Mali kills five, wounds six

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Five people were killed and another six severely wounded in an attack on a United Nations convoy in northern Mali, a spokesperson for the country's U.N. peacekeeping mission said on Thursday.

At this rate, the number of fatal police shootings in the United States will DOUBLE this year

As a national debate continues over the use of deadly force by police, particularly against minorities, The Post is tracking every fatal shooting by a police officer acting in the line of duty in 2015. Six months into the year, The Post’s database has confirmed 462 fatal shootings by police. Show More Summary

Burundi awaits vote results amid fatal violence

At least six people killed in gun battles in parts of the capital Bujumbura as nation awaits results from Monday's poll.

China’s move to shore up stock market spurs rally

China’s financial industry joined the nation’s securities regulator in moving to shore up the nation’s $7.7 trillion (R94.5 trillion) stock market, spurring the biggest rally in more than six years. ||| Fox Hu and Kyoungwha Kim London...Show More Summary

The NSA Just Got Six More Months of Unlimited Snooping in Your Phone Data

Almost as soon as Congress passed the USA Freedom Act earlier this month, which ended the National Security Agency's mass collection of phone records under the Patriot Act, the government moved to keep that program around for as long as it could. Show More Summary

6 Abandoned Aquariums

4 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

For a darker spin on National Zoo and Aquarium Month, here are six abandoned aquariums from around the world.

NCBA CEO Forrest Roberts Moving On

After six years of serving as the Chief Executive Officer for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), Forrest Roberts has announced his resignation, effective July 31. Roberts is leaving NCBA to “pursue other opportunitiesShow More Summary

Donald Trump hasn’t voted in last six presidential elections: conservative website reports

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

According to an investigation by the conservative National Review Online, businessman and  2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has not voted in the last six presidential elections. Trump, who announced his campaign to run for the top spot on the GOP ticket in the 2016 election a week ago...

The Days Of Domestic Partnership Benefits Could Be Numbered

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Not that long ago, domestic partnership benefits were a key measure of gay rights advancement. It was less than six years ago that Washington state became the first in the nation to have voters approve such benefits for state citizens. Now, domestic partnership benefits could be heading for the graveyard. With the Supreme Court ruling […]

U.S. proposes six rival South Sudan leaders for first U.N. sanctions

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States has proposed six rival commanders from South Sudan be the first people blacklisted by the United Nations Security Council for threatening the peace and stability of the world's newest sta...

The UN Charter at 70: Toward a Safer and Sustainable Future for We the Peoples

Long before I became Secretary-General, the United Nations occupied a special place in my life. I was six years old when the Korean War broke out. I have memories of my village in flames as my family sought refuge in nearby mountains. Show More Summary

Fister zeroes in as first-place Nationals run win streak to six, 7-0

A week ago, the Washington Nationals sat one game above.500 amid concerns about injuries, inconsistent hitting and a pitching rotation — believed to be the strength of the team — that wasn’t living up to its considerable hype.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Nationals-Braves discussion thread: Game 73

The Nationals have a chance to match their season-high of six straight wins with a victory against the Braves on Thursday. They would claim their second straight three-game sweep. Doug Fister makes his second start since returning from the disabled list. Show More Summary

Six Nations 'free TV' deal urged

The Welsh culture and sports minister urges the UK Government to protect rugby's Six Nations as a free-to-air TV event.

Afghan Soldier Kills 6 Taliban Attacking Parliament

A soldier was lauded as Afghanistan's newest national hero Tuesday after claiming to shoot dead all six gunmen involved in an attack targeting the parliament building. Lance Corporal Esa Khan, 28, was on perimeter duty when a car bomb exploded at the gates of the Kabul site as lawmakers convened to appoint a new defense minister. Show More Summary

Afghanistan's new national hero: 'Bang! Bang! Bang! I shot all six'

Isa Khan Laghmani, 28, had little time to collect himself after a suicide car bomb near the Afghan parliament building caused the "loudest explosion" he had ever heard.

US to put military equipment in several European countries

last weekNews : The Newsroom

TALLINN, Estonia (AP) — The U.S. will spread about 250 tanks, armored vehicles and other military equipment across six European nations, including the Baltic states, to help reassure NATO allies facing threats from Russia and terrorist groups, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Tuesday.

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