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ZTE Small Fresh 5 launched in China for $145


While the dual camera trend is becoming a norm in the smartphone industry, let's move on to what the smartphone brings to the table. The new smartphone will be available in two RAM and storage variants, i.e 3GB RAM/ 16GB storage and 4GB RAM/ 32GB storage and will be selling at CNY 999 (roughly Rs 9,400) and CNY 1,399 (roughly Rs 13,200) respectively. Read More »

UK police: Anti-Muslim crimes skyrocket in Manchester


Reports of Islamophobic hate crimes and incidents in Greater Manchester rose by 500% following the Manchester Arena attack, police figures show. Immediately after the attack, at an Ariana Grande concert , a bomb threat, racist taunts, and graffiti were among the incidents reported to Greater Manchester Police . Read More »

Placerville Woman Killed, 4-Year-Old Wounded in Stabbing Homicide


Bernardo Castillo , 24, was initially considered a person of interest following the Tuesday evening stabbings, but the sheriff's office officials identified him as a suspect Wednesday. A child was also found in the home suffering from multiple stab wounds. The girl was transported to an area hospital. He is about 6 feet tall and weighs about 190 pounds. Read More »

Art Galleries Are Exhibiting The Work Of Grenfell Tower Victim Khadija Saye


Saye, whose personal and meditative printed works often explored her Gambian heritage, was born and raised in the U.K. She was just beginning to capture the attention of curators when she and her mother fell victim to the fire. A fund will be set up in Saye's name by Nicola Green , Dave Lewis and Ingrid Swenson to support young artists like Khadija to realise their potential. Read More »

Bidders for two rail franchises revealed


London and South East Passenger Rail Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Govia. Analysts also question the perception that foreign operators run their own services better, pointing out that United Kingdom operators are increasingly brought in to operate franchises in Europe. Read More »

Britain's Prince Philip released from hospital after treated for infection


News of the illness came shortly after Philip had announced he would stand down from official public duties from autumn this year, weeks before his 96th birthday earlier this month. The queen, 91, maintained her official schedule Wednesday, giving a speech outlining the government's legislative plan in Parliament, and attending the Royal Ascot horse races in the afternoon as had always been planned. Read More »

Names of jurors in Bill Cosby's sex assault case released


With more than 60 women claiming that Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them over the decades, the soon-to-be 80-year-old actor was charged in late 2015 with three felony charges of second-degree aggravated indecent assault for the alleged attack on Constand, then a Temple University staffer, more than 13 years ago. Read More »

RJD will wait till June 22 to decide on support for Kovind

Though Kumar's government in Bihar is supported by Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Congress , he still chose to tread his own path even before a decision was taken on the issue. Interestingly, Kumar had pitched for an Opposition grand alliance much before BJP-led NDA stumped the Opposition by nominating the Dalit leader and now former Bihar governor Kovind. Read More »

McAuliffe votes in Virginia's primary election

For the Democrats , it's Ralph Northam and Tom Perriello . Sanders speaks highly of Perriello after giving his official endorsement back in April saying that "Tom's victory will be a signal all across this country". Terry McAuliffe . As the campaign progressed, both candidates ran into roadblocks in the form of past votes that threatened to undermine their pitches to the party base. Read More »

AAA predicts record heavy travel over July 4th weekend


In California, gas price averages are now just about 10 cents more than prices previous year at this time, and most pump prices for regular unleaded are under $3 a gallon. AAA expects to rescue more than 338,000 motorists this Independence Day weekend, with the primary reasons being lockouts, flat tires and battery-related issues. Read More »

London van incident is 'potential terrorist attack': PM

Osborne's sister said she is "very sorry for what's happened". "It was a Pontyclun Van Hire van". But on Saturday, she said Osborne approached her 12-year-old son and called him "inbred". In an interview with ITV News , Osborne's mother said she found out about her son's arrest via the television. "It's madness. It is obviously sheer madness". Read More »

Was Saudi Arabia Involved In Attacks In Tehran


Iran denounced Donald Trump's reaction to deadly Islamic State group attacks in Tehran as "repugnant" on Thursday after the USA president warned the nation is reaping what it sows. The "spilled blood of the innocent will not remain unavenged", the Revolutionary Guard statement said. Trump's statement is "counter-productive and further narrows the opportunity for engagement between the USA and Iran on countering a common enemy", said Ellie Geranmayeh, senior fellow with the European ... Read More »

Senate GOP health bill would overhaul Obama law


According to McConnell, he initially chose a 13-member group to work on the bill. The House passed its version in May , while the Senate measure is now being drafted by 13 male Republican senators who have kept the process and details of the bill tightly under wraps. Read More »

USA soldiers killed in Afghanistan

A news release from the USA military on Saturday confirmed that an incident had happened in the area overnight in which "personnel from the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces were killed and wounded ". According to the spokesman Attahullah Khogyani of the Nangarhar province governor , where the incident occurred , the United States servicemen were killed by a soldier of the Afghanistan armed forces. Read More »

French polls predict Macron's party will secure large majority


The right-wing forces, including The Republicans and The Union of Democrats and Independents, received a total of 137 seats, losing nearly a half of their parliamentarians from the 2012-2017 parliament. A victory of this size would give the new French president a strong mandate for introducing a range of policies, including tax changes and labour reform. Read More »

US Military Service Members Wounded In Insider Attack In Afghanistan


Gen. Dawlat Waziri, spokesman for the Afghan Defense Ministry, also confirmed the attack. Immediately after the shooting, the Taliban issued a statement praising the attack but didn't claim responsibility. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. A member of an elite Afghan commando unit opened fire on US -led coalition troops at an Afghan base in the northern city of Mazar-e Sharif, wounding seven USA service personnel and at least one Afghan soldier, military officials say. Read More »

Police search for Utah man after 3 women found dead in Idaho


Bullinger's 57-year-old wife and co-owner of the property, Cheryl Baker, is missing, her brother Byron Baker earlier told the Statesman . Bullinger was last spotted in Ogden, Utah ten days ago, according to Dashiell, and may be driving a white 2007 Ford Focus with Utah plates 129UMP. Read More »

Queen's speech dominated by European Union exit

The so-called Queen's Speech , prepared by ministers and read out by the monarch, will spell out the policies May's government intends to pursue over the next two years. The prime minister, who had campaigned with the slogan "Brexit means Brexit", softened her tone in comments released ahead of the speech. The speech is being delivered with less pageantry than normal a result of the timing of the snap election. Read More »

United States and China officials meet under North Korea cloud

The family of American college student Otto Warmbier said the 22-year-old died on Monday, days after his release from North Korea. The Trump administration is considering banning travel by US citizens to North Korea, officials said Tuesday, as outrage grew over the death of American student Otto Warmbier and President Donald Trump declared it a "total disgrace". Read More »