• Airstrike on area held by IS in eastern Syria kills 30
Airstrike on area held by IS in eastern Syria kills 30

Iraqi warplanes as well as those of the US -led coalition have carried out attacks against areas held by ISIS in the past. Most of the civilians killed were Iraqis. It said the attacks targeted the villages of Baghouz and Sousa on the east bank of the Euphrates near the town of Boukamal. Syria's SANA state news agency said the coalition was res...

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  • Trump and Putin test ties in Baltic showdown
Trump and Putin test ties in Baltic showdown

But we can predict with certainty that one subject is unlikely to dominate the strangely private tete-a-tete: the whole Russia-hacking-the-2016-election thing. And the administration's broader policy toward Russian Federation is harsher than the rhetoric employed by Trump, who recently suggested that Moscow be readmitted to what is now the Grou...

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  • Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her to Sue the EU
Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her to Sue the EU

At their joint news conference at Chequers on Friday, the USA president confirmed that he had offered his thoughts on how she should approach the talks, but declined to go into detail. "It will certainly be something that we bring up and talk about", Mr Trump said. Instead, he said, "I think she found it too brutal". That means members of her tea...

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  • Trump says European Union a 'foe' ahead of meeting with Putin
Trump says European Union a 'foe' ahead of meeting with Putin

The comment on a bloc that has been one of America's staunchest allies drew sharp condemnation from the European Council President Donald Tusk. U.S. "The worst thing is that, for the first time ever, it seems like a Soviet/Russian president and the United States one have the same strategic goal: to weaken and divide Europe".

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  • Disrespectful and divisive: Reaction to Donald Trump's latest Brexit broadside
Disrespectful and divisive: Reaction to Donald Trump's latest Brexit broadside

U.S. Ambassador to the U.K. Woody Johnson insisted that the president isn't avoiding the city because of planned protest activity , although in the past, American presidential visits have included time spent in key London locations, including 10 Downing Street, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.

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  • Man killed by Chicago police ran away and reached for waist
Man killed by Chicago police ran away and reached for waist

Jesse Jackson called the shooting a tragedy and said in a statement that it's a blessing Augustus didn't bring the girl with him Saturday, as he's known to do. For hours after the shooting, people remained on the street and yelled at police. Chicago Police released body cam video Sunday from a fatal shooting in the South Shore neighborhood.

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  • Thai soccer team to watch recording of World Cup final
Thai soccer team to watch recording of World Cup final

One boy covered his face as he cried. Some of the boys appear to be crying in the photos. As the final Thai Navy SEAL emerged there was a "tsunami"-like surge after a pump failed". After the patients are discharged, the hospital will deploy its "family care team" to follow up and help care for them until they make a full recovery, physically an...

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  • U.S. indicts 12 Russian spies on 2016 election meddling charges
U.S. indicts 12 Russian spies on 2016 election meddling charges

US Deputy Attorney-General Rod Rosenstein last Friday said the indictment's timing was dictated purely by the fact that prosecutors had found the information was sufficient to present to a grand jury. The indictment also said a "candidate for US Congress" contacted Guccifer 2.0 to obtain the files - though the candidate was not named, nor is it...

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  • Trump sets expectations 'low' for Helsinki summit with Putin
Trump sets expectations 'low' for Helsinki summit with Putin

Russian Federation said it was looking forward to the meeting. Starting in at least March 2016 , the Conspirators used a variety of means to hack the email accounts of volunteers and employees of the USA presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton ...

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  • US President lists Russia, EU, China as 'foes' ahead of Putin summit
US President lists Russia, EU, China as 'foes' ahead of Putin summit

Trump in an interview with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor at his golf course in Turnberry, Scotland on Saturday. "I think that getting along with Russian Federation is a good thing, but it's possible we won't". news magazine Time. In fact, Trump's father was born in New York City. "I think it's a good thing to meet - I do believe in meet...

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  • Melania Trump describes ‘honour’ of meeting the Queen for afternoon tea
Melania Trump describes ‘honour’ of meeting the Queen for afternoon tea

Windsor. Windsor Castle.' And it was attractive, it was really attractive but the Queen is terrific. Mr Trump, in a red and blue striped tie, and Melania, stood either side of the monarch, towering over her, as the USA national anthem was played.

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  • Juncker struggles before gala, leaders step in to help
Juncker struggles before gala, leaders step in to help

A spokesperson for Jean-Claude Juncker has slammed "insulting" insinuations that the European Union chief had been drunk at a gala dinner in Brussels on Wednesday. " I don't think this is elegant , I don't think this is fair", he said. In 2016, Mr Juncker dismissed speculation that he had an alcohol problem. I am not drunk; I have sciatica.

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  • Protests Erupt In Chicago After Police Shooting
Protests Erupt In Chicago After Police Shooting

Witness Allen Davis said that police saw the man's holster and asked him for his concealed carry permit, but when he reached for it, police shot him. Witnesses told the Chicago Sun-Times that a female officer had opened fire on the man and then "was immediately put in a squad vehicle and taken away from the scene".

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  • US woman rescued a week after California cliff plunge
US woman rescued a week after California cliff plunge

She survived the crash that completely destroyed her auto and left her with a shoulder injury, but was trapped on the remote beach by herself. Ms Hernandez had been travelling from OR to Southern California to visit sister Isabel when her communication suddenly stopped.

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  • Trump says Britain must get Brexit 'carve out' for US trade deal
Trump says Britain must get Brexit 'carve out' for US trade deal

Trump, who is spending the last day of a four-day visit to Britain at his luxury Turnberry golf resort in southwest Scotland ahead of a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Sunday, also revealed details of his meeting with Queen Elizabeth II, saying she thought Brexit was a "very complex problem".

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  • British diver returns home after football team rescue
British diver returns home after football team rescue

The Thai navy seal commander, even amidst the success of the mission, has stated that the rescue was much more hard then they had hoped it to be and several divers are undergoing treatment at hospital. However, the fearless South Australian anaesthetist and experienced cave diver has insisted it was very much a team effort, thanking his colleag...

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  • Investigation: Arrest was left up to 'flip of a coin'
Investigation: Arrest was left up to 'flip of a coin'

As she sat in her auto, damning bodycam footage obtained by 11Alive shows officer Brown return to the patrol vehicle to consult fellow officer Wilson on what she should do. Sounds of a coin flip and laughter follow. "I have much higher expectations of our police officers and I am appalled that any law enforcement officer would trivialize the de...

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  • Israel and Hamas exchange fire after day of deadly protests
Israel and Hamas exchange fire after day of deadly protests

A spokesman for Hamas, which controls Gaza, and a statement from the Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant group separately confirmed a truce was reached. Rocket warning sirens went off in the coastal city of Ashkelon, about 12 kilometres from the enclave, further north than in recent rocket attacks. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel "wi...

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  • Netanyahu: ‘IDF struck Hamas with hardest blow since Operation Protective Edge’
Netanyahu: ‘IDF struck Hamas with hardest blow since Operation Protective Edge’

According to Israel's Channel Two , another ceasefire was brokered several hours ago, though two mortars have been fired into Israel since then. Fourteen others were wounded. Shortly after, Israeli medical officials said three Israelis were wounded from a rocket that landed on a house in southern Israel. Sirens wailed overnight and throughout mo...

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  • Kim praises 'extraordinary' Trump in letter
Kim praises 'extraordinary' Trump in letter

President aimed at opening up a new future between the DPRK and the USA will surely come to fruition", Kim writes. That was the day Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived for two days of meetings with top North Korean officials, which ended on a sour note after Pyongyang blasted the USA side over a "unilateral and gangster-like demand for denu...

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  • Jaguar escapes from New Orleans zoo and kills six other animals
Jaguar escapes from New Orleans zoo and kills six other animals

The zoo plans to reopen Sunday, July 15 at 10 a.m. An alpaca and two foxes were injured in the attack and are now being cared for, zoo officials said. "These accidents happen, you know, on some kind of a recurring basis around the world", said Doug Cress, CEO of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

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  • Rod Rosenstein for president
Rod Rosenstein for president

The Associated Press took to Twitter to share the news shortly after 5pm on Friday. The announcement came only three days before President Donald Trump is to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. It was the most detailed USA accusation yet that Russian Federation meddled in the election with the eventual aim of trying to boost Re...

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  • Iran's Velayati Rejects Trump Suggestion To Make Deal To Ease Sanctions
Iran's Velayati Rejects Trump Suggestion To Make Deal To Ease Sanctions

Iran sees its presence in Syria as leverage in the regional battle for influence with Israel and U.S. Persian Gulf Arab allies, and Tehran also is said to be eyeing the hundreds of billions of dollars in contracts to rebuild Syria when the fighting is over.

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  • Harrogate protest rally against President Trump's United Kingdom visit
Harrogate protest rally against President Trump's United Kingdom visit

As Britain prepares to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, supporters of Brexit have made much of the so-called special relationship with the United States and the benefits of forging closer trade ties with the world's biggest economy.

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  • USA grand jury indicts 12 Russian spies in 2016 election hacking
USA grand jury indicts 12 Russian spies in 2016 election hacking

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allied leaders, who Trump met with in Brussels earlier this week, are skeptical about whether he will be firm enough with the Russian leader, who has denied the US intelligence community's conclusion that Russia interfered in the election with the intent of helping Trump win.

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