• Donald Trump Says It Is Barack Obama's Fault for 2016 Election Hacking
Donald Trump Says It Is Barack Obama's Fault for 2016 Election Hacking

It is not clear how much support the House Republicans would be able to gain for their impeachment effort, but top GOP lawmakers have repeatedly gone after Rosenstein in the past, accusing him of not furnishing them with significant documents necessary for Congress' oversight into whether Strzok and Page were biased against Trump in the Russian Fed...

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  • Canada, U.S. express concern at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation over Russian pipeline into Germany
Canada, U.S. express concern at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation over Russian pipeline into Germany

Germany is within the Russian sphere of influence because of its support for a Gazprom pipeline and dependency on Russian gas, the USA president said. "President Trump's brazen insults and denigration of one of America's most steadfast allies, Germany, is an embarrassment", House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer...

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  • Donald Trump baby is inflated ahead of the US presidential visit
Donald Trump baby is inflated ahead of the US presidential visit

In an interview the Sun newspaper, published just hours before the two leaders held talks, Mr. Trump chided the "very unfortunate" results of the Prime Minister's proposals for Brexit and her negotiating tactics as Britain prepares to leaves the European Union in March next year.

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  • IDF Patriot missile shoots down Syrian drone over Sea of Galilee
IDF Patriot missile shoots down Syrian drone over Sea of Galilee

Israel targeted Syrian military positions early on Thursday after an unmanned drone entered its airspace from the neighboring country the previous day, the military said. For Israel, the medical aid programme can help win hearts and minds in border areas where the number of refugees has increased in recent weeks as Syrian President Bashar al-Assad...

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  • USA seeks to reunite more young immigrants as new deadline looms
USA seeks to reunite more young immigrants as new deadline looms

US District Judge Dolly Gee said the government had failed to present new evidence to support revising a court order that limits the detention of children who crossed the border illegally. Scores of children separated from their families were sent to government-contracted shelters or foster care hundreds of miles away from where their parents wer...

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  • NAB well equipped to take care of Nawaz, Maryam
NAB well equipped to take care of Nawaz, Maryam

As per ANI, the PML (N) president said, "We thought Bangladesh is a baggage and it slipped off our hands". Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz arrived in London prior to Eid-ul-Fitr and are now there due to Kulsoom Nawaz's prolonged illness. Thousands of supporters are expected to congregate at the Lahore airport for the dramatic home-coming for Nawa...

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  • May's Brexit plan could 'kill' USA trade deal
May's Brexit plan could 'kill' USA trade deal

Ms Bishop is keen to continue Australia and the UK's strong relationship under replacement Jeremy Hunt, noting her achievements working with Mr Johnson in recent years. Although May looked to have avoided a direct challenge to her leadership, there were more signs that all was not well. A striking contrast against the simple hope of the British peo...

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  • Trump says added North Atlantic Treaty Organisation funds not enough for U.S.
Trump says added North Atlantic Treaty Organisation funds not enough for U.S.

U.S. President Donald Trump is greeted by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg before a bilateral breakfast ahead of the NATO Summit in Brussels , Belgium July 11, 2018. Trump's first words signalled this one is not going to be like this. European officials have expressed hopes that member states can paper over their differences, but ...

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  • Thai cave rescue: Operations resume, eight boys remain trapped
Thai cave rescue: Operations resume, eight boys remain trapped

The 12 boys and their coach went missing in the cave that was flooded since June 23. Officials told Reuters that Monday's rescue operation would take between 10 and 20 hours. The fate of the boys and their coach has gripped Thailand and drawn worldwide media attention. The operation to get them out was supposed to resume only after new ...

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  • About 20 injured in South Africa charter plane crash
About 20 injured in South Africa charter plane crash

Social media photos showed the plane's fuselage broken, dented, and charred, amid a plume of smoke . "We can, at this point, confirm that there was one fatality". A charter plane lays in a field in Pretoria, South Africa, Tuesday July 10, 2018. There is no information about how many people were on board the plane.

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  • Half of the twelve boys rescued from Thai cave
Half of the twelve boys rescued from Thai cave

Operations to rescue a trapped Thai soccer team began on Sunday, resulting in four rescues. The mission is seeing trained divers guide the boys and their coach to the mouth of the Tham Luang cave system through a treacherous maze of dark passageways.

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  • What Does Trump Have Against Breastfeeding? - Cortney O'Brien
What Does Trump Have Against Breastfeeding? - Cortney O'Brien

USA officials allegedly threatened to withhold military aid and to impose trade sanctions on that Latin American country if it did not drop the resolution. She attended the meeting, and said the resolution "was really just reaffirming policies that are already in place and calling on countries to implement them".

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  • British government plunged into fresh chaos as Brexit ministers resign
British government plunged into fresh chaos as Brexit ministers resign

Davis was the front-runner in the 2005 Conservative Party leadership contest, but lost out to David Cameron, shedding momentum after a party conference speech fell flat. He was joined by one other minister in his department, Steve Baker, and there are many reports that Suella Braverman has also quit. May is due to brief lawmakers Monday on the ...

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  • Likely impact of US-China trade war: Prices up, growth down
Likely impact of US-China trade war: Prices up, growth down

A trade war, which has a strong risk of roiling global financial markets, remains a grave threat as Washington and Beijing flex their muscles with no sign of negotiations to ease tensions. US equities marched higher after monthly jobs data showing a 213,000 gain in non-farm payrolls in June and stable wage growth. Kim said politically Trump's...

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  • Millions flee as Japan floods and landslides kill at least 85
Millions flee as Japan floods and landslides kill at least 85

The rain set off landslides and flooded rivers, trapping many people in their houses or on rooftops. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said around 48,000 police, fire fighters and members of the Self-Defence Forces were responding to more than 100 landslides and other appeals for help.

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  • Iran talks aim to save nuclear deal after U.S. pullout
Iran talks aim to save nuclear deal after U.S. pullout

Germany's foreign minister said on Friday world powers would not be able to fully compensate for companies leaving Iran due to new USA sanctions, but warned Tehran that abandoning its nuclear deal would cause more harm to its economy. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas conceded that "we won't be able to compensate for all the effects of enterpris...

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  • Thailand Cave Rescue: Missing Boys Found Alive After Nine Days
Thailand Cave Rescue: Missing Boys Found Alive After Nine Days

Twelve boys and their football coach who had been missing for more than a week in a cave in northern Thailand have been found alive, local officials have said. It's been reported the boys and adult are all too weak to move, and will receive medical treatment in the cave before being brought back to the surface.

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  • Gareth Southgate: Young England side 'hungry' to go as far as possible
Gareth Southgate: Young England side 'hungry' to go as far as possible

This is England's first ever win in a World Cup shootout. Southgate's confidence about penalties is somewhat surprising given England had only won one shootout in their history - but this was reward for months after hard work and preparation.

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  • 1 dead, multiple injured in Bahamian boat explosion | Staff
1 dead, multiple injured in Bahamian boat explosion | Staff

She is now in a medically-induced coma in a Nassau, Bahamas hospital. Two people on the boat were not injured, passengers from a neighboring boat captured the aftermath of the explosion on video. An HC-130 Hercules airplane crew with two medical personnel from the U.S. Coast Guard Air Station in Clearwater, Florida, traveled to Exuma and tran...

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  • Israel says 'no' to civilians fleeing Syria | Saturday Star
Israel says 'no' to civilians fleeing Syria | Saturday Star

If the state regains control of the southwest region, the only remaining rebel stronghold will be in Northwest Syria along the Turkey border. More and more Syrian land is being liberated by the Syrian military and its allies. The Russians were not ready to listen to our demands. "The (rebels') negotiating team refused to surrender and refused t...

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