• Border Patrol vehicle strikes Native American, drives away
Border Patrol vehicle strikes Native American, drives away

In a statement released by Remes and his family, he claims that the vehicle did not stop to check if he was okay. A suspected drug smuggler died in a rollover crash while trying to elude Texas Border Patrol agents in Laredo, KGNS-TV reports.

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  • United States separates 2000 children from parents at Mexico border
United States separates 2000 children from parents at Mexico border

The separations stem from a deliberate policy shift by the Trump administration, which it has the power to unilaterally reverse. What happens to the children? . Meanwhile, congressional Republicans have struggled to craft a viable immigration plan - House Speaker Paul Ryan, who is the US Congress' highest-ranking Republican, said he is not comf...

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  • China retaliates immediately after USA announces tariffs
China retaliates immediately after USA announces tariffs

China's commerce ministry announced the tariffs after President Donald Trump said earlier Friday the United will hit $50 billion of goods from China with a 25 percent tariff. Anti-monopoly regulators are believed to have delayed announcing a decision on the United States tech giant Qualcomm's proposed acquisition of the semiconductor maker ...

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  • Taxi plows into Moscow crowd including soccer fans, injuring seven
Taxi plows into Moscow crowd including soccer fans, injuring seven

The cabbie eventually jumped out and began running away. Moscow cops said their initial investigation found the driver likely lost control - and probably had not targeted the crowd on Ilinka Street, about 650 feet from Red Square. The Mexican embassy in Moscow said two of its citizens were among the injured. Police closed the street for abo...

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  • Almost 2,000 children separated from adults at U.S. border
Almost 2,000 children separated from adults at U.S. border

The US government has separated at least 2,000 children from parents at the border since implementing a policy that results in such family separations, the Department of Homeland Security confirmed Friday. Stories of weeping children torn from the arms of their frightened parents have emerged since a "zero tolerance" policy on illegal entries w...

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  • Canada, US to continue NAFTA talks
Canada, US to continue NAFTA talks

All 28 European Union member states must approve the agreement for it to take full effect. NAFTA, however, was the main topic of discussion for Freeland on Thursday during an hour-long meeting with US trade czar Robert Lighthizer. What's more , Trump is likely to pay a higher political price than Trudeau if a trade war leads to economic pain dom...

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  • Woman swallowed by 7m python while checking veggie garden
Woman swallowed by 7m python while checking veggie garden

The shocking video contains images of villagers cutting out the slithering snake's giant belly to find the human body it had swallowed completely! The boys saw the huge python which was barely able to move - having swallowed the woman whole.

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  • Chance The Rapper Supports The Fight To Stop Separation Of Immigrant Families
Chance The Rapper Supports The Fight To Stop Separation Of Immigrant Families

According to news, almost 20 cities in the state of California joined the protests , which involved supporters of immigrants, religious groups, trade unions, Democratic lawmakers and students. Many of today's immigrants are escaping violence and extreme poverty as well, in order to give their children a better future. We should especially recogniz...

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  • President Trump Has Some Awfully Kind Words For Kim Jong Un
President Trump Has Some Awfully Kind Words For Kim Jong Un

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to return missing military remains during the Singapore Summit with President Donald Trump . Asked if Kim might visit the White House soon, Trump said, "I would have him". So, how exactly does Kim Jong Un - aka Trump's new buddy - treat "his people?" The annual military maneuvers are viewed by most S...

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  • Trump's aide Sarah Sanders 'to leave White House'
Trump's aide Sarah Sanders 'to leave White House'

KAREM: Sarah. Sarah, don't you have any empathy? These laws are the same that have been on the books for over a decade. In an unusually tense series of exchanges in the White House briefing room, Sanders blamed Democrats for the policy separating children from parents and wrongly insisted the administration had made no changes increasing th...

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  • Afghan Soldiers And Taliban Celebrate Eid In Unprecedented Ceasefire
Afghan Soldiers And Taliban Celebrate Eid In Unprecedented Ceasefire

Within hours of the explosion, President Ashraf Ghani said during a rare televised address that he will extend the government's ceasefire. Ghani also said that in the spirit of Eid and the ceasefire, the attorney general's office had released 46 Taliban prisoners.

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  • No change on USA troop presence in South Korea: Seoul official
No change on USA troop presence in South Korea: Seoul official

Lim will move to Boston on Tuesday to participate in a seminar on regional security organized by South Korea's Consulate General there and the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School. Pompeo, speaking in Seoul, said tough sanctions would remain until North Korea's complete denuclearization, apparently contr...

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  • Power words: Europe's stake in the Macedonian name dispute
Power words: Europe's stake in the Macedonian name dispute

The deal has been agreed upon by prime ministers from both nations, and is expected to be signed by their respective foreign ministers in the coming days. And while the government holds the executive power, the president said on Wednesday he would not sign the deal, saying it violated the constitution.

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  • Moscow taxi mounts pavement and injures people 'wearing Mexico colours'
Moscow taxi mounts pavement and injures people 'wearing Mexico colours'

They added that the taxi driver likely lost control of the vehicle. The incident happened not far from the Kremlin and Red Square, an area packed with tourists. Moscow's traffic management authority said the taxi driver had a driver's license issued in Kyrgyzstan, a mainly Muslim ex-Soviet republic. He was shouting: "'It wasn't me'".

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  • Taxi runs into crowd in central Moscow, injuring eight
Taxi runs into crowd in central Moscow, injuring eight

Police have detained the taxi driver who had a Kyrgyz driving license, the Moscow traffic authority wrote on social media. They added that the taxi driver likely lost control of the vehicle. Interfax news agency cited a source as saying that the driver was drunk at the time of the incident, which occurred near Red Square. Moscow is one of 1...

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  • 2nd Kansas sheriff's deputy dies after shooting
2nd Kansas sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

Two Kansas City officers were shot and killed within less than three months in 2016. "They were there at the courthouse". "At the courthouse, around, like, one of the safest places you can be", Garcia said, "and this occurred right outside of a courthouse".

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  • Weekend Outlook: Hot and humid for Father's Day
Weekend Outlook: Hot and humid for Father's Day

The weather service says heat advisory levels will likely be met in many areas Monday , with heat index levels reaching 100 to 105 degrees by the afternoon. The National Weather Service wrote that Monday , in particular, "could be quite an oppressive day". Forecasters said parts of extreme northeast, eastern and southeast Nebraska, includin...

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  • Harvard University Is Accused of Discriminating Against Asian American Students in Admissions
Harvard University Is Accused of Discriminating Against Asian American Students in Admissions

As a result, Harvard filed new court documents indicating that they do not discriminate against Asian-American applicants. The complaint states that Asian-American applicants who applied to Harvard were not selected despite having "almost flawless SAT scores, top 1% GPAs, plus significant awards of leadership positions in various extracurricular ...

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  • Pavilion Theatre bosses 'united' with art school after fire
Pavilion Theatre bosses 'united' with art school after fire

After spending millions to restore it, the Glasgow School of Art has been devastated by fire once again. At least 20 fire engines are on site and witnesses said flames were licking 50ft into the air within minutes of it starting. Sam Patterson, vice president of the Glasgow Institute of Architects, said the spread of the fire throughout the...

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  • Civilians flee bombardment as Saudi-led coalition pounds Yemen port
Civilians flee bombardment as Saudi-led coalition pounds Yemen port

The Saudi-led coalition launched the assault on Hodeida on Wednesday, raising worries that it could worsen Yemen's humanitarian disaster and trigger prolonged fighting in the streets. Saudi Arabia's United Nations ambassador said there were two ships, each carrying 5,000 tons of food, ready to dock immediately at the port of Hodeida.

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  • Grenfell tragedy: Minute's silence marks 1st anniversary
Grenfell tragedy: Minute's silence marks 1st anniversary

A sea of green hearts and banners reading "United for Grenfell" and "Justice for Grenfell" were held aloft along with green heart-shaped balloons. The wall of handwritten tributes - past year a desperate mesh of missing posters - is now home to carefully organised shrines to the victims, lined by plant beds.

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  • Donald Trump Boasts North Korea Stand-Off 'Largely Solved'
Donald Trump Boasts North Korea Stand-Off 'Largely Solved'

US President Donald Trump spoke in admiring terms about North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, praising Kim's ability to get his people to "sit up at attention", and wishing he could do the same. "He saluted me and I saluted him back". "I've had so many people, so many parents, so many fathers and daughters and sons asking me", Trump told Doocy.

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  • Democrats rebuff Graham's call for military use authorization against North Korea
Democrats rebuff Graham's call for military use authorization against North Korea

After his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , President Trump said he is ending the "war games" consisting of joint military exercises with South Korea. But he warned: "We're a long ways away from an agreement. We hope this is the first step towards lasting peace in a country devastated by oppression".

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  • Sessions Cites The Bible To Justify Immigrant Family Separations
Sessions Cites The Bible To Justify Immigrant Family Separations

Speaking Thursday in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Sessions pointed to a verse in the Book of Romans on obeying the laws of government, saying, "God has ordained them for the goal of order". "The only thing dads want for Father's Day is to be with their kids", Colbert said, "which is why what's happening on our southern border is so shocking".

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  • Leading Tory rebel Dominic Grieve rejects May's Brexit compromise
Leading Tory rebel Dominic Grieve rejects May's Brexit compromise

Theresa May only just avoided a humiliating defeat in the House of Commons this week over the Brexit meaningful vote amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill by giving rebel MPs a last minute offer. Labour's shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer told the government their amendment is "simply not good enough". Not only will this amendment have ...

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