• Kim, Trump arrive in Singapore for landmark summit
Kim, Trump arrive in Singapore for landmark summit

Trump travelled to Singapore from Canada, where he attended a meeting with other world leaders. Hours earlier, a jet carrying Kim landed. Trump had been scheduled to fly back to Washington on Wednesday morning after spending Tuesday with the North Korean leader in Singapore .

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  • Poundworld falls into administration
Poundworld falls into administration

It is understood that TPG and Poundworld's management rejected offers to buy the business out of a pre-pack administration, and were hoping to sell it as a solvent business. But a deal could not be struck. "Unfortunately, this has not been possible". Losses reportedly jumped to £17.1million in 2016 to 2017, from £5.4m the year before.

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  • Pope Francis tells oil bosses world must reduce fossil fuel use
Pope Francis tells oil bosses world must reduce fossil fuel use

Nespoli was one of the astronauts who were aboard the Space Station a year ago when the pope had a 20-minute video call with them from the Vatican. With each month that passes, "the challenge of energy transition becomes more pressing", he said.

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  • Kia Recalling 500000 Cars and Vans
Kia Recalling 500000 Cars and Vans

The recall follows an announcement in March by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it was investigating air bag failures in KIA and Hyundai vehicles that were linked to four deaths. The computer detects a crash signal, issues a command to inflate the air bags and prepares seat belts for a crash if necessary. NHTSA opened a...

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  • IHOP says 'b' in new name stands for 'burgers'
IHOP says 'b' in new name stands for 'burgers'

The restaurant chain famous for pancakes will still serve flapjacks, but now it's serving steakburgers beginning today. Some people love the new change while others...not so much. Monday morning, they made it official with an announcement via social media announcing the b stands for burgers. Starting today, you can order one of seven burgers at...

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  • North Korea leader Kim arrives in Singapore ahead of Trump meeting
North Korea leader Kim arrives in Singapore ahead of Trump meeting

In the English version, the summit is sold as a chance to realise "the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula and other issues of mutual concern, as required by the changed era". Certainly security will soon ramp up but for now the only real hint of what is about to happen are the signs at the front of the summit venue - the uber-luxurious Capell...

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  • Bitcoin tumbles most in two weeks amid South Korea hack
Bitcoin tumbles most in two weeks amid South Korea hack

Coinrail said in a statement on its website that some of the exchange's digital currency appears to have been stolen by hackers, but it didn't disclose how much. Pundi X stated on its blog that the decentralized cryptocurrency exchange IDEX (where the stolen funds had been moved) agreed to urgently freeze the trading of NPXS coins on its platf...

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  • Isolated Kim Jong Un takes big gamble leaving home for Trump summit
Isolated Kim Jong Un takes big gamble leaving home for Trump summit

But he says if diplomacy fails to move in the right direction, the sanctions "will increase". While the main attraction of the summit will inevitably be the historic meeting between Trump and Kim , that wasn't the first world leader he met with on this trip.

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  • White House Economic Adviser: Canada's Trudeau 'Stabbed Us In The Back'
White House Economic Adviser: Canada's Trudeau 'Stabbed Us In The Back'

That was part of a string of messages in which the president asserted the United States "pays close the the entire cost of NATO" while other member countries take advantage of the US on trade. He really kind of stabbed us in the back . Trump's comments come after a feud erupted between his administration and Trudeau. Mr Trump has infuriated t...

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  • Trudeau 'stabbed us in back' on trade, says Trump chief economic adviser
Trudeau 'stabbed us in back' on trade, says Trump chief economic adviser

He said USA representatives will examine the tariffs on automobiles coming into the country and bemoaned the Canadian tariffs that affect American companies and farmers. Late last month, Canadian officials told the Trump administration there were two US demands they would never agree to in NAFTA: a sunset clause that would automatically termina...

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  • New Jersey man wins $315M Powerball jackpot, quits job
New Jersey man wins $315M Powerball jackpot, quits job

But on the way to the carwash, he stepped into a 7-Eleven convenience store to check the tickets. The second ticket was "good", but on the scanner read instructions to see the cashier. "And she kept saying, 'Oh, my God". "My heart, it was just beating beating, beating", he told reporters. Souami has made a decision to take the cash payout, wh...

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  • Trump arrives in Singapore ahead of unprecedented US-North Korea summit
Trump arrives in Singapore ahead of unprecedented US-North Korea summit

The meeting was briefly canceled by Trump. The one thing it is impossible for North Koreans to understand, however, is how big the difference in prosperity is between their country and developed nations like the USA and South Korea . Their meeting, which will be held at the city-state's Capella Hotel, will mark the first time a North Korean lead...

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  • Trudeau, Trump continue fight on trade after Trump leaves G7
Trudeau, Trump continue fight on trade after Trump leaves G7

Meanwhile, President Trump said Saturday that renegotiations on NAFTA could lead to a new trilateral trade deal with substantial changes or two separate trade agreements. All three trading partners have threatened to retaliate with their own levies against US imports. "State of the Union" host Jake Tapper asked Kudlow what right Trump and o...

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  • Tyson Foods Recalls Frozen Chicken for Possible Plastic Contamination
Tyson Foods Recalls Frozen Chicken for Possible Plastic Contamination

No adverse reactions have been confirmed. The USDA said Tyson notified it on Friday that its breading supplier was recalling the breading ingredients. Food service institutions who have purchased the recalled product are advised to not serve the chicken. The Food Safety and Inspection Service is anxious that some products may be frozen and in f...

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  • Does Windsor have a new millionaire?
Does Windsor have a new millionaire?

This was one of 37 winning Max Millions tickets sold across the country. There were Max Millions tickets sold in both locations. OLG said in a release the winning Encore ticket was sold in Friday's Lotto Max draw. A ticket sold in Victoria bearing the numbers 09, 15, 16, 18, 22, 33 and 38 will also split $1 million with an identical ticket sold...

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  • B.C. unemployment rates continues to be the best in Canada
B.C. unemployment rates continues to be the best in Canada

Unemployment in the region has risen sharply from the beginning of 2018, when the rate was recorded at 3.8 per cent, with just 1,500 unemployed - right on Stats Canada's threshold where so few are unemployed the agency can't release the data because of confidentiality reasons.

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  • G7 in disarray after Trump rejects communique and attacks 'weak' Trudeau
G7 in disarray after Trump rejects communique and attacks 'weak' Trudeau

Trudeau's office responded later, saying they were focused on what was accomplished at the G7 summit and that the prime minister said nothing at the press conference that he hadn't mentioned "before - both in public, and in private conversations with the President".

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  • BT chief executive Gavin Patterson to step down later this year
BT chief executive Gavin Patterson to step down later this year

BT chairman Jan du Plessis said that while the board was generally supportive of the new strategy set out by Patterson and his team in May, given the reaction to it, both he and Patterson had now agreed only a leadership change could actually deliver on these plans.

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  • Democrats, McCain criticize Trump for G7 comments
Democrats, McCain criticize Trump for G7 comments

Meanwhile, the European Union - the world's largest trading bloc - announced last week it would impose retaliatory tariffs on the USA beginning in July, over Washington's duties on steel and aluminum imports from Europe. Trump heading to Quebec for the meeting with the leaders of the other so-called G7: Canada France, Germany, Italy, the Unit...

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  • KFC goes vegetarian with plans to test plant-based chicken
KFC goes vegetarian with plans to test plant-based chicken

In addition to the vegetarian option, KFC has said it will offer low or zero calorie soft drinks and trial a behavioral change program created to "nudge" consumers toward lighter options. "This is about providing choice, and offering delicious, signature KFC taste that just happens to be lighter". Ultimately, KFC's initiative is targeted toward...

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  • Trump demands end to 'unfair' trade after G7 summit
Trump demands end to 'unfair' trade after G7 summit

I think it would be good the United States. In an "extraordinary" exchange, Mr Trump repeated a list of grievances about U.S. trade - mainly with the European Union and Canada, a French presidency official said . Canada and Mexico are also taking action in retaliation. Ahead of the meeting, Trump already set a hostile tone on his Twitter p...

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  • Donald Trump calls for barrier-free trade within the G7
Donald Trump calls for barrier-free trade within the G7

Just after 6 a.m., Trump used the social media platform to accuse Canada of charging US customers astronomical tariffs on dairy products. "Fake news CNN", Trump said . But despite the rows over trade and Russia, Trump rated his relationship with other G7 leaders as 10 out of 10. We have a world to run. "And we charge nothing", he said.

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  • The IMF Provides a $ 50 Billion Loan to Argentina
The IMF Provides a $ 50 Billion Loan to Argentina

The government says it sought financing to provide a safety net and avoid the frequent crises of Argentina's past. As part of the deal announced Thursday night, the government agreed to speed up reductions in the primary fiscal deficit to balance the budget by 2020.

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  • Lotto Max: Jackpot and eight Maxmillions prizes won in Quebec
Lotto Max: Jackpot and eight Maxmillions prizes won in Quebec

OLG said in a release the winning Encore ticket was sold in Friday's Lotto Max draw. A ticket worth $1-million was sold in the Windsor area for Friday night's Lotto Max jackpot. It was the largest jackpot ever touted by Lotto Quebec. For each $5 play, LOTTO MAX players receive three sets of seven numbers ranging from one to 49.

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  • UPS union members take steps to strike
UPS union members take steps to strike

The Teamsters' current five-year deal with UPS expires on July 31 . Ecommerce pressure is at the root of the labor issue - UPS is seeking ways to offer Sunday deliveries with cheaper labor than it gives current fulltime drivers. Not yet. But now the union is authorized to start one if they aren't happy with how negotiations have gone by the ...

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