• Trump threatens to sanction Turkey if they don't release USA pastor
Trump threatens to sanction Turkey if they don't release USA pastor

State Department. The Rev. Andrew Brunson, a Protestant missionary, has spent almost two years in jail on charges of collaborating with Turkey's foes and attempting to stir chaos by inciting hatred based on religious and ethnic differences.

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  • US, Iran face-off to send oil price sky high
US, Iran face-off to send oil price sky high

South Korea also imported more crude from alternative sources such as Kazakhstan, the U.S. and Mexico. Trump responded with an all-caps tweet warning Iran about making threats. Brent, the global benchmark, was up 0.53% to $74.14 a barrel. The contract increased 0.5 per cent last week. "Trump! You must not threaten our nation and must ...

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  • British court forces woman to remain married until 2020
British court forces woman to remain married until 2020

He says if their marriage has irretrievably broken down it is because she had an affair, or because she is "bored". Mrs Owens said she had been contemplating a divorce since 2012, but did not leave the matrimonial home until February 2015.

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  • Pakistan election: Khan claims victory amid rigging claims
Pakistan election: Khan claims victory amid rigging claims

Imran Khan's ex-British wife Jemima Khan on Thursday congratulated him by declaring the cricketer-turned-politician as Pakistan's next prime minister even before the announcement of the official results. "This is the warning bell of a serious threat", said PPP senator Sherry Rehman. We are not being provided certified results by the election co...

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  • Trump Looking To Meet Putin In 2019
Trump Looking To Meet Putin In 2019

Trump had instructed Bolton to extend an invitation to Putin to come to Washington for a second bilateral meeting - an offer that came on the heels of the two leaders' meeting in Helsinki . Looking to the 2018 midterm elections, most Americans don't think Russian Federation has abandoned efforts to influence USA politics. The one-on-one meet...

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  • United States airlines bow to China's demand on Taiwan reference
United States airlines bow to China's demand on Taiwan reference

Among airlines flying between the U.S. and China, Chicago-based United Airlines is expected to offer 6,860 flights this year - the most frequent flier, followed by national carrier Air China, according to British air travel data company OAG.

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  • Explosion Near US Embassy in Beijing
Explosion Near US Embassy in Beijing

The BBC said the man was named by police as Jiang Moumou, from Inner Mongolia province. Police did not provide a motive but China and the United States have been involved in an escalating trade dispute initiated by the Trump administration after the two sides imposed tariffs on $34 billion worth of each other's goods.

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  • Donald Trump's Secret Call with Michael Cohen About Karen McDougal Released
Donald Trump's Secret Call with Michael Cohen About Karen McDougal Released

The debate over whether Trump was advocating for payments via cash or cheque is "irrelevant" in determining whether he violated campaign finance laws, said Joshua Douglas, a professor of election law at the University of Kentucky. Common Cause says the tape bolstered their argument that Trump knew about the payment and that it was potentially illeg...

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  • EU trade deal, Facebook's slow revenue growth, Trump's meeting with Putin delayed
EU trade deal, Facebook's slow revenue growth, Trump's meeting with Putin delayed

Leaders of the BRICS emerging economies - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - are holding an annual three-day summit, with attention focused on the threat of a US -led global trade war . Mike Conaway, R-Texas, the chairman of the House Agriculture Committee. Trump also said the European Union had agreed to buy "a lot of soybeans" a...

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  • Trump House Allies Move to Impeach Rosenstein
Trump House Allies Move to Impeach Rosenstein

Enough is enough, ' Jordan said in a statement on Wednesday. They accuse him of stonewalling their inquiries, which his department denies. "[Rosenstein's] conduct in authorizing the FISA surveillance at issue in the joint congressional investigation makes him a fact witness central to the ongoing investigation of potential FISA abuse", read ...

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  • Auto tariffs won’t be imposed on European Union: Wilbur Ross
Auto tariffs won’t be imposed on European Union: Wilbur Ross

Aid will come in three ways: Direct payments to farmers who have been hurt by escalating trade tensions. Some Republicans in farm states quickly dismissed the plan, declaring that farmers want markets for their crops, not payoffs for lost sales and lower prices.

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  • Cohen prosecutors get 12 tapes to review
Cohen prosecutors get 12 tapes to review

The recording was part of a large collection of documents and electronic records seized by federal authorities from the former Trump fixer earlier this year. It has been three days since news broke that U.S. President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen secretly recorded their conversation about a possible payout to a former Playboy mo...

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  • CNN obtains secret Trump-Cohen tape
CNN obtains secret Trump-Cohen tape

Cohen's attorney, Lanny Davis , provided the tape to CNN , which aired it Tuesday. "I need to open up a company for the transfer of all of that info regarding our friend David, so that I'm going to do that right away", Mr Cohen says in the recording .

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  • Putin’s Not So Sure He Wants to Meet With Trump in Washington
Putin’s Not So Sure He Wants to Meet With Trump in Washington

Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin . U.S. President Donald Trump boards Air Force One for a trip to Kansas City, Missouri from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, U.S., July 24, 2018 . "It is important to the world that at the right time, through a voluntary mechanism, these refugees are able to return to their home country", Pompeo told...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation joins hunt for missing University of Iowa student
Federal Bureau of Investigation joins hunt for missing University of Iowa student

She's reportedly never had issues with anything or anyone that would spark her disappearance. Dalton and Mollie started dating in high school and have now been together for more than two years. '(There are) no words to describe how you feel when you don't know where or how your child is, ' Calderwood told ABC News . The family believes she cou...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation releases Carter Page surveillance warrant documents
Federal Bureau of Investigation releases Carter Page surveillance warrant documents

T he more than 400 pages of documents include the original FISA warrant sought in October 2016 and three renewals. The FBI released the previously secret document cache on Saturday night following Freedom of Information requests by several USA organisations.

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  • Realizing Death Was Certain, 26 People Embraced
Realizing Death Was Certain, 26 People Embraced

The charred bodies of 26 people, including small children, were discovered in the courtyard of a villa at the seaside resort of Mati, 40 kilometres (25 miles) northeast of the capital, said rescuer Vassilis Andriopoulos. "People are shocked, lost". "Today, Greece is mourning and we are declaring three days of national mourning in the memory of ...

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  • Trump responds to Cohen's secret recording, calls it 'sad'
Trump responds to Cohen's secret recording, calls it 'sad'

President Donald Trump lashed out at his longtime personal lawyer Wednesday after CNN aired a tape in which the pair discussed how to hush up allegations that he had an affair with a Playboy model. He says Trump actually says, "Don't pay with cash ", showing Trump was not trying to hide the potential payment to a media company to keep model Kare...

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  • Brexit secretary admits food will need to be stockpiled
Brexit secretary admits food will need to be stockpiled

Mr Hunt's trip to Berlin for talks with his German counterpart marks the start of a frenetic round of diplomatic activity for Theresa May's Government as the Prime Minister seeks to build support for her Brexit strategy. The paper also provides for the UK's continued participation in the EMA with the United Kingdom becoming an active participan...

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  • Trump claims ex-lawyer's phone recording 'perhaps illegal'
Trump claims ex-lawyer's phone recording 'perhaps illegal'

NY state, for example, has a "one-party consent" law, which makes it a crime to record an in-person or telephone conversation unless one party participating in the conversation consents. Cohen's recording adds to questions about whether Trump tried to quash damaging stories before the election. Mr Davis said "any attempt at spin can not change wh...

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  • India pledges $400 million aid to Rwanda, Uganda
India pledges $400 million aid to Rwanda, Uganda

The cows gifted were sourced from Rwanda itself. Visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Rwandan counterpart, Paul Kagame, agreed here Monday to further promote bilateral cooperation in a bid to bring more benefits to the Chinese, Rwandan and African people.

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  • Trump pleased as NKorea seen dismantling launch site parts
Trump pleased as NKorea seen dismantling launch site parts

President Trump hailed a recent report from 38 North, a USA -based website analyzing satellite imagery of the North, . which assessed that Pyongyang has begun taking apart facilities at its Sohae Satellite Launching Station. "Japan is happy, all of Asia is happy", he said. An official at the Federation of American Scientists said, however, tha...

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  • Iran Shoots Back at Trump’s Twitter Warning: ‘Color Us Unimpressed’
Iran Shoots Back at Trump’s Twitter Warning: ‘Color Us Unimpressed’

Trump in May withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal , which eased sanctions on Iran in exchange for restraints on its nuclear weapons program. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the USA president's "strong stance" after years in which the Iranian "regime was pampered by world powers".

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  • Putin won’t be invited to address Congress: House speaker Paul Ryan
Putin won’t be invited to address Congress: House speaker Paul Ryan

The speaker said security clearances are an administrative branch function and Congress doesn't delve too deeply into it. The White House's threat on Monday immediately prompted accusations of political retaliation by current and former officials, as well as security analysts, who said Trump would set a unsafe precedent by punishing political spe...

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  • Government forces close on last rebel group in southwestern Syria
Government forces close on last rebel group in southwestern Syria

In addition, several nations, including Canada, Germany, and Britain, promised Jordan - which is already overwhelmed with some 1.3 million Syrian refugees - that they would resettle the volunteers and their family members in their countries.

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