• Former Mayor Of London Boris Johnson Reacts To Westminster Terrorist Incident
Former Mayor Of London Boris Johnson Reacts To Westminster Terrorist Incident

In March 2017 , Khalid Masood, 52, killed four people on the nearby Westminster Bridge before he stabbed to death an unarmed cop in the grounds of parliament. "I heard some noise and someone screamed", she said. Video footage showed the vehicle veering across the road and into a security lane leading to Parliament before smashing into the barr...

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  • Emotional victims react to Pennsylvania grand jury report
Emotional victims react to Pennsylvania grand jury report

The grand jury concluded that more predators likely escaped its search due to incomplete church records and the difficulty in persuading abuse victims to share their accounts. "The most important thing I want to do at this moment is to express my sorrow to the victims of sexual abuse that occurred within the Diocese of Erie", Persico wrote .

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  • Ex-Trump aide Manafort's defence rests, case headed to jury
Ex-Trump aide Manafort's defence rests, case headed to jury

The prosecution rested its case yesterday following two weeks of evidence detailing years of Manafort's financial life, including alleged efforts to avoid paying USA income taxes on the money he earned overseas and efforts, after his income flow dried up, to fraudulently apply for loans in the United States.

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  • Government wants to revoke operator’s contract after Genoa bridge collapse
Government wants to revoke operator’s contract after Genoa bridge collapse

Italy's minister of transportation and infrastructure, Danilo Toninelli, from the populist 5-Star Movement, threatened in a Facebook post that the state, if necessary, would take direct control of the highway agency if it couldn't properly care for roads and bridge.

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  • Polls close in Vermont for slate of primaries
Polls close in Vermont for slate of primaries

If Hallquist pulls off an upset in the general election, she will become the nation's first transgender governor. Scott said he expected the race to be closer than it was. The restrictions, which Scott signed into law in April, came after the arrest of a teenager on charges he was plotting a school shooting. On the Republican side, incumbent Go...

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  • North, South Korean leaders to meet in Pyongyang in September
North, South Korean leaders to meet in Pyongyang in September

The statement didn't give an exact date but said the inter-Korean summit would be held "within September in Pyongyang". Analysts say Moon could try to act as a mediator between the USA and North Korea , having salvaged the Singapore meeting when Trump abruptly cancelled it.

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  • Fighting Still Raging in Afghan City of Ghazni
Fighting Still Raging in Afghan City of Ghazni

The Taliban are roaming everywhere in and around the city ", shopkeeper Mohammad Haleem said. The Taliban, fighting to topple the Western-backed government and drive out worldwide forces , have generally refrained from sabotaging vital infrastructure and have sought to reassure neighbouring countries about their aims.

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  • US Urges UK to Ditch Support for JCPOA
US Urges UK to Ditch Support for JCPOA

It also buys Iranian-generated electricity to deal with chronic power cuts that have been a key factor sparking mass protests in recent weeks. Trump pulled out of the deal in May and last week began reinstating economic sanctions against Iran that were eased in exchange for concessions on Iran's nuclear program.

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  • Dhaka 2nd least liveable city in world
Dhaka 2nd least liveable city in world

EIU attributes Austria's capital's rise to the top to increased security scores due to a return to relative stability across much of Europe after high-profile terrorist attacks in recent years. In total, 68 cities have seen their liveability ranking improve over the past year, while it has declined in nine cities. The Economist's data is some...

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  • Trump condemns racism on Charlottesville anniversary
Trump condemns racism on Charlottesville anniversary

White supremacists are set to rally outside the White House on Sunday, one year after torch-wielding neo-Nazis clashed with counter demonstrators in a deadly protest that highlighted the growing boldness of the extreme right in the United States.

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  • President Trump, V.P. Pence to visit Upstate New York
President Trump, V.P. Pence to visit Upstate New York

McCain responded but did not mention Trump , instead tweeting he was "proud" of the bill and "humbled" that it had been named for him. "And that's what we did", Trump said. Trump signed the law at the US Army's Fort Drum base in upstate NY on his way back to Washington after a 12-day working vacation at his golf club in New Jersey.

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  • Car Crashes Into Barriers Outside U.K. Parliament
Car Crashes Into Barriers Outside U.K. Parliament

It appears to have been a deliberate act on an iconic London building, and as such, was being treated as a terrorist incident, said Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu during a news briefing later Tuesday. Westminster cordoned off: The area surrounding the Parliament all the way down to Lambeth Bridge remained cordoned off Tuesd...

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  • Omarosa Releases Tape Of Call With Trump
Omarosa Releases Tape Of Call With Trump

Trump accused Manigault Newman , the former White House liaison to black voters, as "wacky" and "not smart" after his former co-star revealed her recording of a phone conversation with the president during a media blitz for her new book.

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  • Iran's Khamenei bans holding direct talks with United States
Iran's Khamenei bans holding direct talks with United States

Trump has also threatened to penalize companies that continue to operate in Iran. Despite renewed sanctions, many Iranians - including many at the highest levels of the establishment - see United States hostility as only a contributing factor to long-standing problems inside the country.

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  • No NAFTA deal without Canada: Quebec chief negotiator
No NAFTA deal without Canada: Quebec chief negotiator

Their Tariffs and Trade Barriers are far too high. Will tax cars if can't make a deal!" Trump late on Friday tweeted that a "deal with Mexico is coming along nicely". "New President of Mexico has been an absolute gentleman", he said, referring to leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, set to take over later this year.

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  • Iran's problems 'internal, not just sanctions'
Iran's problems 'internal, not just sanctions'

The U.S. government last week reinstated a raft of economic sanctions that had been waived as part of the Iran JCPOA nuclear deal of 2015. Washington reimposed strict sanctions against Iran last Tuesday and President Donald Trump has threatened to penalise firms from other countries that continue to operate in the Islamic Republic.

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  • Orca whale mother's 'tour of grief' over after almost 3 weeks
Orca whale mother's 'tour of grief' over after almost 3 weeks

It is common for a cetacean to mourn its young, but rarely for more than a few days. Dr. Martin Haulena, the chief veterinarian at the Vancouver Aquarium, said a one- or two-day "mourning period" is common in many cetacean species such as whales and dolphins, but the 17-day-long journey was distinctly odd.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok, who sent out anti-Trump texts, fired: lawyer
Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok, who sent out anti-Trump texts, fired: lawyer

He quickly became a controversial figure after text messages between him and an Federal Bureau of Investigation lawyer, his mistress Lisa Page , came to light showing his strong disdain for President Donald Trump . Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page arrives for a House committee deposition, one day after the session involving Strzok. Strzok became emb...

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  • Sask. government fears trade disturbance during Canada-Saudi Arabia dispute
Sask. government fears trade disturbance during Canada-Saudi Arabia dispute

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih attends a session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Russia May 25, 2018. Riyadh on Sunday froze new trade with Canada and expelled the Canadian ambassador. APK-Inform said a recent decision by Saudi Arabia's main state wheat buying agency to avoid buying Canadian wheat and barley in its wo...

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  • Donald Trump calls former aide Omarosa a 'lowlife'
Donald Trump calls former aide Omarosa a 'lowlife'

Quoting Trump's early, post-inauguration speech at the Central Intelligence Agency lamenting his inauguration crowd, Manigault Newman takes some editorial liberty, adding within quotation marks that Trump says, "Liars!" Newman described herself as being " complicit " in the White House's deception of the American people and about its intere...

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  • Mexico’s economy minister upbeat on NAFTA progress
Mexico’s economy minister upbeat on NAFTA progress

With Canada remaining on the NAFTA sidelines for a third straight week, the USA and Mexico met for more trade talks Wednesday, and appeared close to a deal on the key issue of where vehicle parts come from and how much the workers who make them are paid.

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  • Trump vows to double steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey
Trump vows to double steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey

The lira slid to a fresh record low against the US dollar . The United States is the biggest destination for Turkish steel exports with 11% of the Turkish export volume. The lira pared some of its losses to trade at 5.9646 against the dollar at 0745 GMT, down 5.5 percent, after slumping as much as 14.6 percent to hit an all-time low of 6...

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  • Erdogan tells Turks to buy plunging lira as Trump turns the screws
Erdogan tells Turks to buy plunging lira as Trump turns the screws

The NATO allies are at odds over the detention in Turkey of U.S. evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson on terrorism charges. Trump's decision to double tariffs on Turkey is another salvo in the growing dispute between the two North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies.

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  • This Indian politician to attend Imran Khan’s swearing-in ceremony
This Indian politician to attend Imran Khan’s swearing-in ceremony

After the oath of MNAs, the elections of the speaker and deputy speaker of the National Assembly will be held on August 15. The speaker then read out the procedure for the election of the new speaker and deputy speaker. While the reserved 10 seats for minorities and 60 seats for women are filled by proportional representation among parties. P...

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  • Counterprotesters return to UVA campus for rally
Counterprotesters return to UVA campus for rally

Fighting broke out between attendees and counterprotesters that day. Authorities have promised an enormous police presence to keep both sides apart and avoid the street brawls that broke out past year in downtown Charlottesville. While the White House will be the backdrop of the rallies, President Donald Trump will not be in town. As dusk f...

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