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Dallas shooter taunted police, left message in own blood before being killed

Thursday's ambush of the officers in Dallas was the deadliest day for US law enforcement since the 2001 terrorist attacks. The fact that Johnson had material for explosives and talked of using homemade bombs during a standoff with police before he was killed indicated he could have inflicted more damage with more time, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said .

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Oxfordshire trade unionists back Jeremy Corbyn

Though many party members continue to stand behind the veteran politician, Corbyn has faced several clashes with Labour MPs in the time since taking over party leadership, resulting in a no-confidence motion in his leadership. Labour rules state that any challenger requires the nominations of at least 20 per cent of the party's House of Commons lawmakers and members of the European Parliament - or about 50 legislators.

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Nintendo Shares Soar On Success Of Augmented Reality Pokemon Game

Pokemon Go is now available only in selected regions, which include the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. The "Pokémon Go" launch boosted Nintendo's shares at up to 10 percent, a day after the game's launch. "If you use this app (or other similar type apps) or have children that do, we ask you to please use caution when alerting strangers of your future location", the police warned.

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Nintendo shares soar on Pokemon smartphone success

And kids - and believe it or not, parents and grandparents - are getting on board. Can you find a Pokemon? It is slated to roll out in Japan in the coming days, and after some delays should be officially making its way to the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe soon.

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Atlanta Hawks sign former Georgia Tech star Jarrett Jack

The deal is reportedly for the league minimum and adds a veteran option to Atlanta's point guard mix. In 2004, Georgia Tech reached the National Championship Game after beating the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the Final Four, only to lose to Emeka Okafor's Connecticut Huskies for the 2004 National Championship.

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Stocks gain, putting S&P 500 on track for record high close

Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 1.5 percent. Wall Street's drought may be about to end. Asian shares rose Monday after Wall Street rose on a strong USA employment report and as global investors recovered gradually from post-Brexit jitters. The S&P 500 rose 0.19% in trading on Monday and surpassed the closing high set on May 21, 1995. JAPAN RISES: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 rose 4 percent following a weekend election that landed the ruling coalition a resounding victory, ensuring stability ...


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