08 July 2016

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Two officers shot during demonstrations in Dallas (136)
© gjmccarthy / Twitter Two officers have been shot during protests in Dallas, according to local KDFW. The condition of the officers is not known yet. The incident happened during the protests over the police shooting in Louisiana and Minnesota at which two Afriacan-American men died. 2 officers shot in Dallas, suspect fleeing w/ 'long gun' - reports (screenshot: @gjmccarthy)
Mourners hug and kiss police officers at Dallas vigil (87)
Mourners attending a vigil for the Dallas shooting victims have hugged and kissed police officers in emotional scenes. Five police officers were killed in the shooting, which took place at a Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas. Sorry, this content isn't available on your device. Read more 60 updates Live updates: Five police officers shot dead in Dallas protests
NATO and EU signed a joint declaration (33)
NATO and EU signed a joint declaration. Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Jens Stoltenberg, President of the European Council Donald Tusk, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker signed the document at the NATO Summit in Warsaw. The document states: "We believe that the time has come to give new impetus and new substance to the NATO-EU strategic partnership.
2nd LD-Writethru: China "strongly dissatisfied" by U.S. missile deployment in ROK (65)
BEIJING, July 8 (Xinhua) - China has said it is "strongly dissatisfied" by U.S. plans to deploy a missile defense system in the Republic of Korea (ROK), warning that the move may destabilize the Korean Peninsula. The ROK Defense Ministry announced on Friday that the ROK and the United States had decided to deploy a U.S.
MIDEAST > (32)
40 killed in ISIL raid on shrine in N Iraq BAGHDAD An attack on a Shiite shrine in the north of Iraqi capital, which the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claimed, has left 40 people dead and more than 70 others wounded. In the attack on the evening of July 7, ISIL militants targeted the Sayyid Mohammed shrine in Balad, 70 kilometers north of Baghdad, Joint Operations Command spokesman Yahya Rasool told AFP.
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