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Obama pledges USA long-term commitment to Europe security

Obama pledges USA long-term commitment to Europe security

Earlier this week, Obama announced that overall he would keep 8,400 USA troops in Afghanistan, rather than cut their numbers to 5,500 as he once planned. During his address, President Obama was also asked about the ongoing problem of mass shootings in the USA and the possibility of tighter gun control legislation.



Blair pledges 'no excuses' for Iraq, then spends 2hrs making excuses

The national media (newspapers) launched an immediate attack and thrashed Blair's reputation following the Chilcot report on the Iraq war. Britain took part in the 2003 Iraq war on the basis of flawed intelligence and before peaceful options for disarming Saddam Hussein's regime had been exhausted, a long-awaited inquiry has ruled.



Wimbledon 2016: Andy Murray beats Milos Raonic to lift second Wimbledons title

Watson and Kontinen had never played together before this tournament but the new duo beat Colombia's Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Groenefeld 7-6 (7/5) 6-4 to seal their first grand slam title. Andy Murray kisses his trophy after beating Milos Raonic in the men's singles final on day fourteen of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London .



War on Police in Dallas

A day earlier, Alton Sterling was shot in Louisiana after being pinned to the pavement by two white officers. Many carried placards reading " black lives matter " and "no justice, no peace". This story has been corrected to characterize King and Cyril as supporters, not leaders, of the Black Lives Matter movement. Organizers T'Anna Kimbrough and Jerry Carter are motivated by "solidarity and love", she said.



Andrea Leadsom Stooped Incredibly Low With Her 'Mother' Comments

Mrs May , who is the favourite to succeed Mr David Cameron as leader of the ruling Conservative Party and therefore PM, is childless. Cameron, who had campaigned for Britain to stay in the bloc, announced he would quit after the June 23 referendum delivered a vote for Brexit.



Clinton says Dallas shooting an 'absolutely horrific event'

There is "something wrong with our country", she said. On Friday, a somber cloud still hung over the event. "Let's start understanding and putting ourselves in each other's shoes", she said. Not only did the separate police shootings of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota - and the viral cellphone footage that captured the last moments of each - devastate the nation and enrage racial justice activists, but a coordinated, "execution-style" attack at an otherwise peaceful subsequent ...