• US intelligence believes North Korea making more nuclear bomb fuel despite talks
US intelligence believes North Korea making more nuclear bomb fuel despite talks

The report , released by North Korea specialist website 38 North, was widely covered in the media, with headlines suggesting that Kim Jong-un was not making good on a pledge made when he met with US President Donald Trump to "work towards" denuclearization .

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  • 'Huge and serious' differences remain in Brexit talks
'Huge and serious' differences remain in Brexit talks

The Prime Minister said she hoped a new phase in the Brexit talks would be possible after the publication of the Government's White Paper calling for negotiations to speed up and intensify once the document is published. The PM is in Brussels for a meeting of the European Council, which brings together EU leaders, where she is expected to be to...

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  • Trump told what will speak with Putin
Trump told what will speak with Putin

Graham said he was troubled by Trump's claim Russia did not meddle in the 2016 USA elections despite intelligence agencies saying the " highest levels " of the Russian government approved activities that led up to Trump's victory. Trump denies any collusion and has called the probe a "witch hunt". Since Trump assumed presidency, the two leaders...

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  • Killed After Bus Falls Into Gorge
Killed After Bus Falls Into Gorge

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted saying he was "extremely saddened by the bus accident in Pauri Garhwal" while Uttarakhand state Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has ordered a probe into the accident. One of the possibilities is that the bus fell into the gorge when the driver was trying to negotiate a big waterlogged pothole in the mid...

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  • Gangster escapes from French jail in a helicopter
Gangster escapes from French jail in a helicopter

Faid, 46, was serving a 25-year jail sentence at Reau prison, located 40 km to the southeast of Paris , for a botched robbery in 2010 that caused the death of a police officer. Faid pulled off his latest escape at around 11:20 a.m. local time on Sunday, according to the BBC . In that escape, Faid used explosives smuggled in to him to blast thro...

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  • Prank caller talks to Donald Trump aboard Air Force One
Prank caller talks to Donald Trump aboard Air Force One

Sen. Bob Menendez , D-N.J., speaks during an event kicking off his campaign for re-election at Union City High School in Union City, N.J. on March 28, 2018. President Donald Trump said on Friday his administration's investigation into whether to increase tariffs on cars from the European Union and other trading partners would be completed in thr...

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  • Protesters across USA call on Trump to reunite immigrant families
Protesters across USA call on Trump to reunite immigrant families

The British Broadcasting Corporation reports that there are protests in Washington DC, New York, and many other cities using the hashtag #familiesbelongtogether. Immigrant advocacy groups say they're thrilled - and surprised - to see the issue gaining traction among those not tied to immigration. The protesters are demanding the administrat...

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  • North Korea Mulls Ways To 'Conceal' Nuclear Weapons From U.S
North Korea Mulls Ways To 'Conceal' Nuclear Weapons From U.S

A team of U.S. officials led by envoy Sung Kim met with North Korean officials Sunday at Panmunjom, the border village between North and South Korea in the demilitarized zone, senior State Department officials told CNN. I really believe he means it. During the talks in Beijing, Kim once again asked Xi to stand aligned with his position that the U...

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  • Donald Trump Is Not Going to Withdraw From the WTO
Donald Trump Is Not Going to Withdraw From the WTO

It would totally (screw) us as a country", a source who's discussed the subject with Trump told Axios . "I don't know why we're in it". He told reporters that the WTO has to start treating the United States fairly. Some of Trump's advisors have tried pushing back on that idea and explaining that a pullout could seriously destabilize global trade...

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  • 6 children among 9 injured in Idaho mass stabbing
6 children among 9 injured in Idaho mass stabbing

Timmy Kinner, 30, of Los Angeles faces nine counts of aggravated battery and six counts of injury to a child after the frenzied attacks in the city of Boise. The woman who took Kinner in was not harmed and was not at the residence at the time of the attack. Police found stabbing victims both inside the complex and in the parking lot; Kinner was...

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  • U.S. Intel Agencies Believe North Korea Is Increasing Nuclear Production
U.S. Intel Agencies Believe North Korea Is Increasing Nuclear Production

TOKYO, Japan - North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has appealed to China's Xi Jinping to help end sanctions against Pyongyang following his landmark summit with US President Donald Trump , a Japanese newspaper reported Sunday, July 1, citing multiple unnamed sources in the two countries.

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  • Jarrod Ramos no threat to Annapolis Capital employees, detective concluded
Jarrod Ramos no threat to Annapolis Capital employees, detective concluded

Local law enforcement authorities confirmed five fatalities in the shooting with several others "gravely injured". Belichick graduated in 1970 from Annapolis High, where he played football and lacrosse. "Plaintiff has sworn a legal oath he would like to kill Harltey, and he still would", Ramos wrote. Ramos sent that same message on the day of...

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  • French prisoner Redoine Faid escapes from Paris prison in helicopter
French prisoner Redoine Faid escapes from Paris prison in helicopter

It is believed that three armed and well-trained men presented themselves and demanded Faid's release, managing to whisk him away in a helicopter parked in a nearby school yard, according to French media. Faid, dubbed "The Author" by police, has been behind bars since mid-2011 for breaking the terms of his parole over past convictions for bank ro...

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  • Three migrants die after boat sinks off Libya's coast
Three migrants die after boat sinks off Libya's coast

According to Libyan coast guard spokesman Ayoub Gassim, bodies of three children were recovered and 16 migrants were rescued from the waters near the nation's capital Tripoli. The weak nature of the Libyan government and proximity to Italian territory is increasingly making the North African country the preferred option for many refugees despite th...

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  • After Night-Long Talks, Europe Leaders Agree On Migration Plan
After Night-Long Talks, Europe Leaders Agree On Migration Plan

But she acknowledged the bloc still had "a lot of work to do to bridge the different views". Italy , which has been at the frontline of the struggle to cope with the influx of refugees, demanded that European Union states share the burden of handling migrants that come into that country via the Mediterranean.

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  • Tens of thousands protest Trump's immigration laws in 700 cities
Tens of thousands protest Trump's immigration laws in 700 cities

Rep. Maxine Waters delivered a strong speech in front of the large crowd of tens of thousands, calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment and responding to the death threats made against her . Under previous administrations, parents and children were often released to pursue immigration claims at liberty in the United States. In rural Mars...

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  • BU Grad Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Unseats 10-Term Incumbent
BU Grad Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Unseats 10-Term Incumbent

Ocasio-Cortez's platform , taken from her office in Elmhurst, Queens. "It's not just one district ". Furthermore, she repeatedly upheld her humble working class origins. Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks her Bronx roots will be working in her favor. Those included New York Rep. Dan Donovan, who defeated convicte...

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  • Trump attacks Democrats, defends ICE in Saturday morning tweets
Trump attacks Democrats, defends ICE in Saturday morning tweets

In this turbulent political context, one of the first voices to call for the abolition of ICE was that of NY gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon , who as an actress played the part of Miranda in the popular TV series "Sex and the City". "I believe that it has become a deportation force, and I think you should separate the criminal justice from t...

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  • Delhi: 11 members of a family found dead in Burari, investigation on
Delhi: 11 members of a family found dead in Burari, investigation on

Ten of the bodies were found blindfolded and hanging from a railing, while one was on the floor. The bodies were recovered from a house in Burari. The Delhi Police has sent a team to the spot, and an investigation is underway. He alerted the other neighbours and informed the police. As per reports, deceased included a 75-year-old woman and 3 mino...

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  • Canadians Rally Around Retaliatory Tariffs Aimed At The U.S.
Canadians Rally Around Retaliatory Tariffs Aimed At The U.S.

United States commerce secretary Wilbur Ross last week defended the Trump administration's tariffs before Congress but admitted that Canada's steel industry was "not being accused of directly or individually being a security threat". Last year, the United States exported 2 million automobiles but, Yerxa said, that number can grow if the government ...

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  • Old man's bank account drained after he falls victim to identity theft
Old man's bank account drained after he falls victim to identity theft

Volma told KXAN that Richard's bank is working with them to try to get the money back. Overton Jr. said he noticed something was amiss Wednesday when he attempted to deposit money into his cousin's bank account. Once it's gone and the caregivers go, Volma fears Overton will, too. He's also contacted Treasury Direct and reported the theft to the...

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  • Thousands march in NYC to protest immigration policies
Thousands march in NYC to protest immigration policies

The Trump administration has faced severe backlash in recent weeks over its "zero tolerance" immigration policy that seeks to prosecute all adults who cross the southern border illegally. Demonstrators in white clergy robes linked arms across the street and chanted "reunite", others waving signs that bore slogans, among them, "Stop separating f...

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  • Pamplin Media Group - Police move in on ICE protesters
Pamplin Media Group - Police move in on ICE protesters

The charges are Class C misdemeanors and the protesters were released, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Oregon. "The perception of investigative independence is unnecessarily impacted by the political nature of civil immigration enforcement", wrote the agents to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

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  • Heitkamp and Dem-NPL Party react to #TrumpFargo rally
Heitkamp and Dem-NPL Party react to #TrumpFargo rally

He accused Heitkamp of working hand-in-hand with Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and Pelosi. She's largely backed the oil-rich state's corporate interests on energy and has opposed some restrictions on guns. Trump added that "we have to hold the House and maybe even increase it, and I think we'll be able to do it". President Donald Trump ...

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  • Pompeo: North Korea understands scope of U.S. denuclearization request
Pompeo: North Korea understands scope of U.S. denuclearization request

However, the decision was criticized by many for compromising the future of the military alliance and preparedness of the combined forces as well as the future of USA troops in South Korea without the North Korean regime having demonstrated any concrete commitment towards denuclearization.

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