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#EURO2016: Didier Deschamps Says France Have No Excuse

The French came agonisingly close to winning it normal time when substitute Andre-Pierre Gignac skipped around Pepe before beating goalkeeper Rui Patricio, only to see his scuffed shot rebound back off the inside of the post. In addition, they were the first team to play three extra-time matches at a single European Championship. "When he said he couldn't go on, I tried to tell my teammates that we have to win it for him".

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Biden: Assassinations of Dallas police 'touched the soul of a nation'

Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Texas, who represents a district that includes suburbs west of Dallas, took solace in remarks from Ryan, R-Wis., and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., both of whom called for reconciliation. Almost eight years ago, there was optimism that the election of America's first African-American president would foster better understanding and relations.

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Who Won the Portugal vs. France Match in Euro Final 2016?

Again France went on to win the continental crown while Portugal were left to rue the officials' decision to penalise Abel Xavier for a handball in the box as a shoot-out again loomed. They also overcame them in the semifinals of the 2006 World Cup, before losing on penalties to Italy in what was their last major tournament final.

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Would like to avoid killing of youth, says J&K Police

Despite restrictions, a large number of people gathered in Tral for Burhan Wani's funeral yesterday. Wani represents the disenchanted new generation youth in the Valley and made calls through social networking sites to take up arms against the Indian government.

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Attorney: Officer Who Shot Philando Castile Reacted To Gun, Not Race

Sterling was shot Tuesday outside a Baton Rouge convenience store after an encounter with two police officers. Richmond went on to say that Castile had done the right things by having a license to carry a concealed weapon, and by telling the officer that shot him he was carrying a gun.

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Brutality of ISIS brings wave of condemnation from Muslims

If the militants needed to send a message, Ramadan provided a convenient context. Ramadan is traditionally viewed as the most holy and spiritual month in the Islamic calendar, a time of penance and temperance. But as IS militants are pushed out of towns and cities, the group has increased insurgent attacks in Iraqi government-held territory and beyond. "ISIS and its followers have been fairly clear in saying that Saudi Arabia is their ultimate prize", Nazer says.