• Xi Jinping gave Vladimir Putin a giant gold
Xi Jinping gave Vladimir Putin a giant gold "best friend" necklace

China is mired in tough negotiations with the U.S.to avoid a trade war, while Moscow, Syria, and Ukraine have deep differences with Washington, on multiple diplomatic fronts. The Russia-China relations are at their best level in history and have set a good example for state-to-state relations in the present world, which has played an important role...

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  • Gator lurks behind kids as they play in their yard
Gator lurks behind kids as they play in their yard

Luckily, no one was hurt in the incident. Mojica told concerned friends: "A gator wanted to play with us today!" In a separate, follow-up video , the creature is nearly fully submerged underwater in the pond, but doesn't seem to want to go anywhere.

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  • Boris Johnson Praises Trump's 'Method in His Madness'
Boris Johnson Praises Trump's 'Method in His Madness'

We always knew the Cabinet wasn't a chummy group of pals, all working in tandem. However, she slapped down Johnson's suggestion that the Irish border issue, which has been holding up the negotiations, had been overstated. It appears some of his hubris from the referendum campaign has evaporated. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has sai...

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  • Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano creates new coastline
Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano creates new coastline

Plumes of volcanic ash belched into the air by periodic daily explosions from the crater at Kilauea's summit have posed an additional nuisance and health hazard to nearby communities. "So, it's usually ohia and ferns that are the first pioneers of those new lava flows". Any new land masses that are formed by lava within the national park become f...

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  • Tyrone Fleming,
Tyrone Fleming, "848" YouTube actor, fatally stabbed New York City apartment

Wednesday. Police in the Morris Heights neighborhood were working with new clues and evidence on Thursday to track down the suspect. 'He was stabbed three times in his back and one hit his artery. That person is a potential suspect, but police have not released those images. "It must be someone he knew for him to open a door because he won't even...

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  • New charges brought against Trump campaign by Mueller
New charges brought against Trump campaign by Mueller

Mueller is accusing Manafort and Kilimnik of "knowingly and intentionally" attempting "to corruptly persuade another person.with intent to influence, delay and prevent the testimony of any person in an official proceeding" from about February 23, 2018 to April 2018 in Washington D.C.

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  • Macron and Trudeau vow to confront Trump on tariffs
Macron and Trudeau vow to confront Trump on tariffs

Mr. Macron, feuding with Mr. Trump over USA steel and aluminum tariffs on the European Union, tweeted that he and the other six leaders were prepared to turn their backs on Mr. Conte was making his global debut after he was appointed last week as a compromise candidate for prime minister to break a political deadlock since Italy's March natio...

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  • G7 struggles to salvage summit as Trump holds firm on trade dispute
G7 struggles to salvage summit as Trump holds firm on trade dispute

In a combined effort, French President Emmanuel Macron , German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau failed recently to convince Trump not to impose tariffs on the allies. Macron said the message of other G7 leaders to Trump on the Iran deal should be: "You're not comfortable with an agreement signed by your predecess...

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  • Ontario premier's office eludes NDP's Andrea Horwath
Ontario premier's office eludes NDP's Andrea Horwath

Ontario's Progressive Conservatives swept the polls during last night's provincial election , taking 76 seats out of a possible 124. By winning a majority the party will now be able to lead Ontario for the next 4 years until another election.

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  • She Got Within 30 Feet of a Bison, Foolishly
She Got Within 30 Feet of a Bison, Foolishly

The bison then crossed the boardwalk and "became agitated" and charged, goring Hancock and then exiting the area. She was reportedly in a good condition. Yellowstone officials say a crowd got too close to the bison Wednesday in the Lower Geyser Basin. In 2017, there was only one incident at Yellowstone of a visitor being injured by a bison while ...

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  • Donald Trump calls for end to Russian expulsion from G7 grouping
Donald Trump calls for end to Russian expulsion from G7 grouping

Trump saluted Canadian Mounties as he was greeted at an airport at a military base in Quebec. Trump, who has recently clashed with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his decision to impose tariffs on imports of Canadian steel and aluminum, accused Trudeau of gouging the U.S.

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  • Lawyers spar over access to records of other misconduct claims against Trump
Lawyers spar over access to records of other misconduct claims against Trump

NY state Judge Jennifer Schecter rejected the latest of Trump's lawyers repeated efforts to put the case on hold, and set a schedule for parties to exchange materials and file submissions with the court. She also set deadlines for discovery, which is likely to lead to further motions and legal wrinkles in the case this summer. Ms Zervos was among...

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  • Sen. Cruz: In Nuclear Deal, Obama Served the Iranian Devil
Sen. Cruz: In Nuclear Deal, Obama Served the Iranian Devil

The report outlines key transparency recommendations to ensure such secret side deals do not occur, including requiring the current Trump administration to keep Congress informed on the status of any future negotiations with Iran and disclosing to Congress any specific licenses that are proposed.

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  • Gator drags woman into pond, authorities say
Gator drags woman into pond, authorities say

Dale Engle told the Sun Sentinel divers are now searching Silver Lakes Rotary Nature Park in Davie for the woman, who has not yet been identified. Earlier news media reports indicated the witness reported seeing the gator drag the woman into the water.

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  • Trump denies 'vicious' Melania rumours amid her public absence
Trump denies 'vicious' Melania rumours amid her public absence

It's been a busy day for Trump, who also pardoned jailed great grandmother Alice Marie Johnson after Kim Kardashian campaigned for her release. After the public called Fox out for spreading false information, Christopher Wallace, the executive producer of FOX News @ Night with Shannon Bream, has now admitted that the network made a mistake duri...

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  • Outrage after Austria reveals plans to expel 60 imams, shut 7 mosques
Outrage after Austria reveals plans to expel 60 imams, shut 7 mosques

Announcing the first legal consequences of the inquiry on Friday, Mr. Kurz said that the Arabian Cultural and Religious Community would be shut down on suspicion of promoting radical Islam , and that six of the mosques it operates were ordered to cease operations.

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  • Ex-Senate aide charged with lying about reporter contacts
Ex-Senate aide charged with lying about reporter contacts

Wolfe's alleged conduct is a betrayal of the extraordinary public trust that had been placed in him". Though Wolfe is not charged with disclosing classified information, prosecutors say he was in regular contact with multiple journalists who covered the committee , including meeting them at restaurants, in bars, private residences and in a Sen...

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  • Colin Kaepernick Wants to Subpoena President Trump for NFL Collusion Case
Colin Kaepernick Wants to Subpoena President Trump for NFL Collusion Case

The website said lawyers for Kaepernick, who is a free agent, want the two to testify in his grievance alleging NFL team owners colluded to keep him out of the league. Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross also said that the president changed his view of the protests after he came out in strong opposition. Even though President Trump reignited t...

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  • McConnell Cancels Most Of Senate's Summer Recess
McConnell Cancels Most Of Senate's Summer Recess

Mike Lee, R-Utah, that would subject all trade actions by the executive branch, including tariffs, to congressional approval. Rep. Reacting to the news Tuesday, McCarthy called the House of Representatives the " most productive House in modern times" in comparison to the upper chambers.

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  • President may eye Ali pardon, ask football players for ideas
President may eye Ali pardon, ask football players for ideas

Mr Trump also recently said he has the "absolute right" to pardon himself in the Russian Federation inquiry, although he insists he has done nothing wrong. He also floated potentially commuting the sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and pardoning Martha Stewart. Trump already has granted a posthumous pardon to boxing's first bla...

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  • Guatemala toll rises to 73 after strong explosion
Guatemala toll rises to 73 after strong explosion

Conred, the national disaster agency, said climatic conditions and still-hot volcanic material was making it risky for rescuers, and it was also taking into account the fact that 72 hours had passed since Sunday's eruption . Volcanic activity in the area is common, he told The Associated Press , but everything changed after a huge cloud of ash ...

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  • Erin Tañada: Duterte 'kiss' is 'form of violence'
Erin Tañada: Duterte 'kiss' is 'form of violence'

While the scene drew cheers from the crowd, the Opposition Senator Risa Hontiveros called the act a despicable display of sexism and grave abuse of authority and the Philippines rights group, Gabriela described it as "disgusting theatrics of a misogynist president".

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  • 25 killed in in Guatemala volcano eruption, 1.7mn residents affected
25 killed in in Guatemala volcano eruption, 1.7mn residents affected

He added that 3,100 people had evacuated the area so far. Cabanas said that the eruption also left 20 injured and affected more than 1.7 million people. Rescuers have found the bodies of several more victims of an eruption at Guatemala's Volcano of Fire, and emergency workers have pulled 10 people still alive from ash drifts and mud flows.

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  • US Kindergartens Now Teaching Nursery Rhymes To Prep Kids For School Shooters
US Kindergartens Now Teaching Nursery Rhymes To Prep Kids For School Shooters

A mother visiting the Somerville school posted an image of the poster Wednesday to Twitter . A U.S. mother has shared a confronting image from her daughter's prospective kindergarten classroom, showing the instructions for a lockdown drill put to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star .

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  • Afghanistan announces ceasefire with Taliban for Eid
Afghanistan announces ceasefire with Taliban for Eid

The U.S. military reportedly destroyed the military vehicles in airstrikes carried out since January 2015, soon after the American armed forces declared an end to their combat mission and transferred the lead of security operations to their Afghan counterparts.

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