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Australian PM inches closer to winning majority government

Turnbull, who has even faced calls from within his own party to resign since Saturday's election, will now need the support of minor parties and populist independents in both the Senate and the lower House of Representatives. That came as Turnbull flew to northern Queensland state to win the support of Bob Katter, a maverick former member of the ruling conservative coalition.



Clinton seeks to move past email controversy, blames officials

According to Comey , at least 113 email messages Clinton sent or received while serving as secretary of State contained information that was classified at the time it was sent - including eight email threads with information at the highest level of top secret.



Emotional Murray wins second Wimbledon crown

Andy Murray of Britain holds his trophy after beating Milos Raonic of Canada in the men's singles final on day fourteen of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London , Sunday, July 10, 2016. Raonic served first and leads 2-1. Over and over, Murray managed to get the ball back, even one that came in at 147 miles per hour. In the second set, Murray had a few chances to break the Raonic serve but he staved them off with some aggressive tennis including big serves and volleys.



UK Opposition leader under pressure to resign

Britain's Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis criticized comments made by Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during the release of an independent inquiry into anti-Semitism in the party ranks. Shadow foreign secretary Ms Thornberry told BBC One's Question Time that after the Brexit vote "people have, instead of thinking about the jobs of people in Britain, have been thinking about David Cameron's job and Jeremy Corbyn's job and whether they can get them or not".


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.