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HARRY POTTER »

Harry Potter launch brings out wizards

Harry Potter launch brings out wizards
Wizards descended on book stores around the country this morning as the latest Harry Potter instalment hit the shelves.By 11.25am, less than half an hour after it hit shelves, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child , was already sold...
New Zealand Herald

 
PGA CHAMPIONSHIP »

Phil Mickelson says a 62 is possible at PGA Championship as rain halts third round

Much to his disappointment, Phil Mickelson teed off at 8:55 a.m. EDT on Saturday in the PGA Championship, exactly six hours before the final group of leaders was scheduled to play.

He made up a little ground, shooting two-under-par 68 at Baltusrol Golf Club to get to one under for the..
L.A. Times

 
MIKE PENCE »

Mike Pence is the anti-Trump on the trail, just the way the campaign wants it

Mike Pence looked out at a few hundred supporters gathered in a county expo center here to see his first solo appearance as the GOP vice presidential nominee, and made a self-deprecating joke.

“I recognize I’m kind of a B-list Republican celebrity, so thank you for coming out..
L.A. Times

 
PAKISTAN »

Pakistan: Brother kills sisters for 'honour' in Punjab province

*Lahore, July 30 (ANI): In the latest case of honour killings in Pakistan, two sisters were killed by their brother on the eve of their weddings in central Punjab province, police said on Saturday.*
ANI News

 
HOT AIR BALLOON »
FAA sought stricter regulations in 2014 with warning of potential for hot air balloon deaths
Warning about a potential for high-fatality crashes, safety investigators recommended two years ago that the Federal Aviation Administration impose greater oversight on hot air balloon operators, government documents show. The FAA rejected those..
L.A. Times

 
BANGLADESH »
Masked attackers target religious devotees in Bangladesh
DHAKA (Reuters) - Masked attackers stormed a religious meeting place in southwest Bangladesh, cutting off the long hair of the worshippers, police said on Saturday.
Reuters India

 
SOCCER »
Arsenal visit hints at closer ties between soccer club and NFL's Rams
The newly minted Los Angeles Rams and London’s Arsenal soccer club have a lot in common.

Both are iconic franchises, both play a sport their fans call football and neither has won a title in a long time. They even share an owner in Stan Kroenke, the reclusive real estate developer whose..
L.A. Times

 
SAN DIEGO »
Slain San Diego police remembered as 'the kind of officer every chief would want to have'
It has been almost 13 years since former San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne pinned one of the department’s purple hearts on Officer Jonathan “J.D.” DeGuzman’s chest, but he has not forgotten the moment or the man.

“I am going to miss him. I really am,” said Lansdowne, who..
L.A. Times

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