Rio Olympics: Swiss cyclist Cancellara wins gold in men's time trial

The usual suspects represent the greatest threat to Froome's golden hopes, Holland's Tom Dumoulin, Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland and Germany's Tony Martin , who split victor Bradley Wiggins and third-placed Froome in London four years ago. [Full Article...]

Putin, Erdogan agree on steps to mend relations

He revived a target of $100 million for trade between the Black Sea neighbors - a leap from the $38 billion trade volume in 2008 that fell to $23.3 billion a year ago. Two months prior to the jet crisis, the two countries had set a goal to increase mutual trade volume to $100 billion by 2023. "We will use this as the basis for finding common solutions". [Full Article...]

Cyberattack Halts Australia's First Online Census

When we can of course. The Australian Bureau of Statistics shut down the site to protect data on Tuesday night after four denial-of-service attacks that came from somewhere overseas, chief statistician David Kalisch said. "I want to assure Australians that the unequivocal advice we have received from IBM, from the Bureau of Statistics, from the Australian Signal Directorate, is that their Austra... [Full Article...]

European Union making "serious mistakes" over failed Turkish coup - Turkish minister

European Union making The Turkish official said he was unaware of a subsequent asylum request. Turkey and Russian Federation have similar views on the need for a ceasefire in Syria, the provision of humanitarian aid, and a political solution to end the crisis, according to Cavusoglu. [Full Article...]

Putin and Erdoğan met in Russian Federation

Moscow and Ankara largely disagree on Syria, as Turkey wants Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to be ousted, while Russian Federation supports him and the Syrian army in their fight against the Islamic State militant group. So the recent meeting of two leaders is an extremely important event in the political life of both countries. Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci said Russia's intention... [Full Article...]

Indian PM Narendra Modi reaches out to Kashmir youth amid tensions

Indian PM Narendra Modi reaches out to Kashmir youth amid tensions I want to tell people of Kashmir that the Azadi (freedom) that India feels, even Kashmir can have", PM Modi said at a rally to mark the 70 Saal-Yaad Karo Qurbani', programme from Alirajpur, Madhya Pradesh . PM Modi said reference to India's unity that Our flag inspires the people to change the future of India. Meeting was attended among others by Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, Special ... [Full Article...]

Trump's economic speech disrupted by series of protests

Trump's economic speech disrupted by series of protests Trump followed prepared remarks rather than the freewheeling style that produces controversial comments at rallies. After touring a small brewery in St. On Monday, he said Clinton would rely on policies that have not worked. Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort said in interview with Fox Business Network on Sunday that Clinton is "going to raise taxes, lots of taxes, on everyone", making t... [Full Article...]

Regular use of social networks hitting performance at school, study suggests

Regular use of social networks hitting performance at school, study suggests In contrast, those who spend time on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks are actually more likely to fall behind in maths, reading and science. "This may be because many online games require players to solve puzzles that, in turn, require some understanding of these three subjects". Those who use social media more, however, are neither using those newly acquired skills nor using that tim... [Full Article...]

Campaign chair plays down Trump-Ryan rift

Trump", a poll analysis said. For his part, Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort said any frustration within his organization is aimed at the media - not Trump. "Donald Trump, you are no Ronald Reagan". "Oldest rule in politics: When your opponent is self-destructing, just get out of the way!" he said. The fundraising gap between the Clinton and Trump campaigns shrank in July. [Full Article...]

Ibrahimovic: I'll Get Better For United

Ibrahimovic: I'll Get Better For United Jose Mourinho's first competitive game in charge of the club ended in silverware success, with a 2-1 win at Wembley over Leicester for the Community Shield. "If you play for a prize you want to win it". "And we got them all before the start of the Premier League, when the transfer window only closes at the end of the month and it becomes normal, nearly a tradition, that people delay and delay an... [Full Article...]

United Nations calls for urgent humanitarian pause in Aleppo fighting

Civilians, including the sick and wounded, must be reached through the most effective way both through cross-line and cross-border operations from Turkey. Emboldened by their recent win, the rebel alliance on Sunday announced an ambitious bid to capture all of Aleppo city, which if successful would mark the biggest opposition victory yet in Syria's conflict. [Full Article...]

BJP dubs GST as a 'revolution' in India's tax system

Advani and M.M. Joshi. The GST will replace more than a dozen levies central and state levies, including central excise duty, service tax and central sales tax as well as VAT on sale of goods to make movement of goods seamless across 1.3 billion market. [Full Article...]

Italian sailor uses mouth-to-mouth to revive kitten

Italian sailor uses mouth-to-mouth to revive kitten The officers went into the water and pulled the kitten up on the boat. The incredible footage shows the officer breathing into the tiny kitten's mouth and performing cardiac massage to get her breathing again. The coastguards were believed to be on a training mission when they abandoned their duties to try and save the animal's life. Crew members took the kitten to a local veterinary clinic fo... [Full Article...]

South Africa's ruling party wins Johannesburg in narrow race

The results have reshaped the political landscape in South Africa where the ANC has ruled virtually unopposed since it ended white-minority rule in 1994, led by Nelson Mandela. The party's leader, 36-year-old Mmusi Maimane, had predicted victory in Tshwane . He added that the idea that his party - which has its roots in the non-ANC opposition to apartheid - was a white one had been "completely ... [Full Article...]

Tributes after death of courageous Bloody Sunday bishop

Tributes after death of courageous Bloody Sunday bishop Daly was recognized for his peacekeeping efforts during the Troubles; the three decades of sectarian violence in Northern Ireland that claimed an estimated 3,600 lives. Daly campaigned for innocent victims of the " Troubles ", including the Birmingham Six, who were wrongly convicted of bombing two pubs in the city and spent 16 years in jail in one of Britain's most notorious miscarriages of just... [Full Article...]

Thai referendum: Junta-backed constitution gets approval despite severe criticism

But critics say the new constitution would radically change the way Thailand is governed in favour of the military establishment. It also indicates the distrust for politicians is deep-rooted in Thai society. At under 55 percent turnout was modest. The low turnout also implies that only one-third of the electorate supported the new constitution. According to a report by Thai Lawyers for Human Ri... [Full Article...]

Beijing urged to accept South China Sea ruling

Beijing urged to accept South China Sea ruling Rice told Chinese officials that countries should work to reduce tensions in the South China Sea , but that the US would continue to carry out military operations there that have angered Beijing , a senior USA government official said Tuesday, July 26. [Full Article...]

Belgians ID machete attacker as Algerian criminal, 33

On Sunday the so-called Islamic State group called him one of its "soldiers". A man attacked two police officers with a machete near the police headquarters in Charleroi, Belgium on Saturday before being apprehended. Belgium is still at security alert level three, the second highest level, since the March 22 bombings at a Brussels airport and a subway station which killed 32 people. [Full Article...]

Zlatan Confident Of Winning Start At Man Utd

Jamie Vardy had earlier cancelled out Jesse Lingard's opener at Wembley, but Ibrahimovic struck late to hand Jose Mourinho his first piece of silverware as United manager . However, it was Lingard, whose sublime volley settled the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace in May, who opened the scoring when he slalomed past a quartet of attempted challenges before firing a low shot beyond Schmeichel. [Full Article...]

Mike Pence holds rally in Colorado Springs

Paul Schricker, said. At a town hall in North Carolina, Matthew had pressed Pence on his continual "softening up" of Trump's language and policies. The rising sixth grader at Cary Academy attended Pence's town hall event in Raleigh and was able to ask Pence a question directly. [Full Article...]

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