• Greece, Macedonia sign agreement on name change
Greece, Macedonia sign agreement on name change

Political opponents had accused Tsipras of making too many concessions over the deal, due to be signed on Sunday. Macedonia was admitted to the United Nations in 1993 under the provisional name of the "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia", but more than 120 countries including Russian Federation and the United States have recognized the Balkan ...

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  • At Least 5 Dead After SUV Carrying Illegal Immigrants Crashes - Timothy Meads
At Least 5 Dead After SUV Carrying Illegal Immigrants Crashes - Timothy Meads

Boyd said the vehicle, traveling around 100 miles per hour, ran off the road and struck gravel, tried to overcorrect, then rolled over on the highway. Two people are believed to be US citizens. He added: 'This is a flawless example of why our borders need to be secure'. He said his deputies are often involved in chases pursuing people suspected...

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  • Trump, Putin to meet in July
Trump, Putin to meet in July

Trump, on the eve of a G7 summit in Canada earlier this month, shocked allies when he said that member states "should let Russian Federation come back in" to the elite group. "Putin didn't respect President Obama.President Obama lost Crimea, just so you understand", he said. "I'm not aware of any comment like that", she said.

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  • Theresa May fails to appease Tory rebels on EU Withdrawal Bill
Theresa May fails to appease Tory rebels on EU Withdrawal Bill

But an amendment tabled by Brexit Secretary David Davis on Thursday gives MPs no chance to block a "no deal" European Union withdrawal if agreement has not been reached with Brussels by January 21 next year. Mr Grieve had originally wanted the amendment to say that the government must seek the approval of Parliament for its course of action - a...

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  • Majority say 'too early to tell' if North Korea summit a success
Majority say 'too early to tell' if North Korea summit a success

Missing was any definition of what denuclearization might entail, a timeline for implementation, or a reference to how any actions would be verified. True, we wondered why he gave Kim the meeting without extracting anything of substance in advance.

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  • How to Challenge Trump's Family Separation, Anti-Immigration Policies
How to Challenge Trump's Family Separation, Anti-Immigration Policies

There is no law requiring immigrant parents and children be separated at the border. In April, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the US would prosecute anyone found trying to cross the border illegally, meaning that parents crossing with children would be detained and their children placed in USA custody.

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  • Incredible aerial footage shows lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano reaching ocean
Incredible aerial footage shows lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano reaching ocean

The USGS said, 'The three closely spaced lava fountains at Fissure Eight are erupting with maximum heights reaching 150 to 180ft'. The Hawaii eruption, with high walls of slow-moving lava, has engulfed about 600 homes since May 3, Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim said last week.

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  • Macron rejects migration 'axis', says only leaders speak for their people
Macron rejects migration 'axis', says only leaders speak for their people

The migrants were finally taken by Spain. The two leaders said during a joint news conference that European Union regulations requiring asylum-seekers to apply in the first country they enter and remain there while their cases are processed were not working.

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  • Greece, Macedonia to sign name change accord June 17 - Greek ministry
Greece, Macedonia to sign name change accord June 17 - Greek ministry

A Supreme Court prosecutor ordered on Friday an investigation into statements made by the now-former Golden Dawn MP Constantinos Barbarousis for possible treason charges, after he urged the army to arrest Greece's prime minister, president and government coalition partner for what he viewed as a "treasonous" agreement with the Former Yugoslav Repub...

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  • Giuliani: Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller probe
Giuliani: Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller probe

Trump ripped Manafort's "sentence" as "very unfair", despite the fact that his former campaign chairman has not been convicted. "I believe that Rod Rosenstein and Jeff Sessions have a chance to redeem themselves and that chance comes about tomorrow and doesn't go beyond tomorrow", he said.

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  • Eid-ul-Fitr celebrated
Eid-ul-Fitr celebrated

Photos from this year's Eid show the diversity of celebration among the world's 1.6 billion Muslims. The fast is one of the five main religious obligations under Islam. Muslims in India will gather tonight to spot the new moon. The holiday celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramad...

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  • Taliban invite selfies in Afghan capital as country marks Eid ceasefire
Taliban invite selfies in Afghan capital as country marks Eid ceasefire

His main backers, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and America, said their own forces would honour Mr Ghani's wishes. The government's ceasefire was due to end Tuesday. Afghan Deputy Interior Minister Masood Azizi said the ceasefire was being monitored throughout the country. No one has claimed the attacks, but they appear to be the wor...

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  • IG Faults Comey's Judgement, But Sees No Bias
IG Faults Comey's Judgement, But Sees No Bias

Lawyer Aitan Goelman called it "critically flawed" for its conclusion that it "cannot rule out "with confidence" the possibility that Special Agent Strzok's political "bias" may have been a cause of the FBI's failure, between September 29 and October 25, 2016, to seek a second search warrant for the Anthony Weiner laptop".

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  • Intelligence Report Says Trump 'Retreated' From North Korea Deal
Intelligence Report Says Trump 'Retreated' From North Korea Deal

The writer also suggested the president had the "inner sense of emptiness" and "sociopathy" to become a dictator. President Donald Trump is coming to North Dakota's largest city for a campaign rally later this month, a week after his planned visit to Duluth.

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  • Delhi air quality to improve soon: Harsh Vardhan
Delhi air quality to improve soon: Harsh Vardhan

The CPCB said the pollution of this season was very different from that of a year ago. New Delhi's level of PM2.5, tiny particulate matter that can dangerously clog lungs, exceeded 170 June 15 morning, more than six times higher than the World Health Organization considers safe.

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  • Hoax tweet adds to German government tensions
Hoax tweet adds to German government tensions

Mr Salvini serves as Italy's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, as well as leading the Lega (League) party, which is fiercely against the European Union's (EU) migrant policies and has slammed Germany for encouraging illegal migration.

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  • Unbelievable! Taliban fighters, Afghan troops embrace amid ceasefire
Unbelievable! Taliban fighters, Afghan troops embrace amid ceasefire

Militants hugged and posed for photographs with soldiers in uniform. However, the truce was shaken when a bomb exploded in the eastern city of Nangarhar this afternoon killing dozens and wounding another 47. The Taliban, wearing traditional headgear and many with sunglasses, entered Kabul through gates in the south and southeast. There was no...

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  • 1 dead and 20 injured in shooting at New Jersey arts festival
1 dead and 20 injured in shooting at New Jersey arts festival

Several people were wounded and injured early Sunday - 17 from gunshots - when multiple people opened fire at the Art All Night event in Trenton, New Jersey . "We've heard estimates ranging from 1,000 and up people there". Local TV stations showed numerous police vehicles at the scene. Visitors are seen at Art All Night in Trenton, N.J.

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  • Spain saves 933 migrants in two days, waits for another 630
Spain saves 933 migrants in two days, waits for another 630

Italy refused the Aquarius and its 600 passengers entry then Spain offered to take it. The boatload of migrants that was forced to spend days crossing the western Mediterranean includes 123 unaccompanied minors, 11 children and as many as seven pregnant women, according to Valencia's regional authorities.

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  • President Trump calls Manafort jailing unfair
President Trump calls Manafort jailing unfair

The move dramatically ratchets up pressure on Manafort, 69, as Mueller continues to investigate whether there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. She denied his lawyers' request to delay his detention while they appeal. The indictment claims that Manafort, working with his associat...

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  • Trump sued for 'illegal conduct' at family foundation
Trump sued for 'illegal conduct' at family foundation

The suit alleges Trump, who was president of the charity foundation from its inception until shortly after his inauguration as president in January 2017, "was able to use the Foundation's charitable assets to satisfy the obligations of, or otherwise benefit, himself and other entities in which he had an interest".

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  • Trump targets $50bn in China goods, vows more if needed
Trump targets $50bn in China goods, vows more if needed

That mirrored the Trump administration's announcement Friday of a tariff hike on $34 billion of Chinese goods, also due to take effect July 6, and plans to consider widening it to an additional $16 billion of other products. "Fears that US cotton may be involved in the China retaliatory response helped to drive the market sharply lower", David ...

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  • Giuliani Says Trump's Call on Mueller Interview Likely Next Week
Giuliani Says Trump's Call on Mueller Interview Likely Next Week

President Donald Trump applauded a review of how the FBI investigated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Friday while calling its conclusion flawed. Trump has repeatedly said there was no collusion or attempt by him to obstruct the Russian Federation investigation, and has called Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe a "witch hu...

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  • Fireball Whiskey thrown across I-40 after accident
Fireball Whiskey thrown across I-40 after accident

The accident happened shortly before noon on Thursday. Images shared by the Arkansas Department of Transportation (DOT) show that the highway is littered with bottles of Fireball that spilled during the crash. This isn't the first time Arkansas roadways have been jammed up by food or drinks. A crash in August left a truckload of spaghetti sauce at ...

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  • British prime minister 'disappointed' that male Tory colleague blocked 'upskirting' law
British prime minister 'disappointed' that male Tory colleague blocked 'upskirting' law

A plan by the United Kingdom parliament to ban taking photos up women's skirts without their permission was blocked at the last minute by one Conservative lawmaker who refused to support the law. Previously, people who took upskirt photos could be prosecuted under the Sexual Offences Act - but only if they photos actually contained genitalia.#.

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