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Four people were arrested in a series of raids across Sydney on July 29 which the prime minister said were carried out to foil plans for terrorist attacks in Australia. The Seven Network reports 40 riots squad officers stormed a Surry Hills terrace before the explosives team found a suspicious device. Motorists were advised to avoid the area.
  • Arsenal still active in transfer window, says Wenger

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    Because the Dream Team game - the UK's biggest fantasy football game - is back and better than ever this season. His saga has taken a new turn after he reported sick ahead of his return to pre-season training after returning from an extended break following his participation in the Confederations Cup, where they lost to Germany in the finals.
  • Girl, 15, raped twice at Witton railway station in separate attacks

    Girl, 15, raped twice at Witton railway station in separate attacks

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    When she got in the vehicle, the driver reportedly raped her, then pushed her out of the auto and sped away. They have also revealed another man is now thought to have been present in the moments leading up to the station attack. CCTV has been seized and is being investigated. "Both these arrests relate to the first incident at Witton station on Tuesday evening this week".
  • Hassan calls for Democrats, Republicans to fix health care

    Hassan calls for Democrats, Republicans to fix health care

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    US Senate Democrat leader Chuck Schumer has praised Republican senator John McCain for voting against repealing Obamacare . "We worked really hard to try to develop a consensus for a better way forward", Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said during a speech on the Senate floor after the vote.
  • Trump shrugs 'can't have everything' as health bill flops

    Trump shrugs 'can't have everything' as health bill flops

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    With McCain is his wife, Cindy. The vote was 49-51 with three Republicans joining all Democrats in voting 'no'. For their part, Democratic senators said they were not celebrating the bill's defeat. A belated CBO score indicated that 16 million Americans would lose their insurance if the bill passed as it was written, and that six million Americans would lose their employer-based health insurance.
  • Sprint looks to merge with Charter

    Sprint looks to merge with Charter

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    If Charter agreed to merge with Sprint, it would have to receive the blessing of Comcast Corp the No. 1 cable provider in the U.S. These included one that would allow the cable companies to resell wireless service under their own brands. Son's SoftBank held an 83 per cent stake in the carrier. SoftBank Group didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. The Journal's report said it remained uncertain whether Charter would accept the proposal.
  • Lavrov says Moscow had to react to USA sanctions

    Lavrov says Moscow had to react to USA sanctions

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    The bill raised the threshold for when US firms would be prohibited from being part of energy projects that also included Russian businesses. Gabriel said in a statement: "It remains the case that we will in no way accept an extraterritorial application of these USA sanctions against European companies".
  • Ruddy: Trump Shouldn't Focus on Sessions, Mueller

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    It is as clear as the view from the Trump Tower where this road leads. He's the one who appointed Robert Mueller as general counsel to get to the bottom of things. " Jeff Sessions is a man of integrity, loyalty and extraordinary character", says Republican Sen. Sessions reportedly has said he won't quit his position.
  • Reince Priebus out as White House chief of staff, John Kelly in

    Reince Priebus out as White House chief of staff, John Kelly in

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    Ryan was also among the prominent GOP lawmakers who praised the selection of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly as Trump's new White House chief of staff. "Reince is a good man", Trump said. He also pledged to continue to support Trump's agenda. Priebus tried to contain the tornado, getting Trump to agree to a pledge not to run as third party candidate if he lost the Republican nomination.