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Police chief Major General Fadel al-Hamoud said the protests remained under control, though officers had detained 60 people in recent days, with 42 security forces personnel injured. The king blamed the country's economic woes on regional instability, the burden of hosting hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees and a lack of global support.
  • U.S. should stop detaining migrant children on border

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    It was the Trump administration that made the choice to separate parents from children as a deterrent to immigrants, in an unprecedented policy that had the president's fingerprints all over it . They should never do that. The convention explicitly states that children "should grow up in a family environment, in an atmosphere of happiness, love, and understanding", and has been active for almost three decades.
  • Mother and daughters found guilty of planning terror attack in UK

    Mother and daughters found guilty of planning terror attack in UK

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    She was also found guilty over an earlier attempt to travel to Syria for terrorism. She spelt out her intentions to carry out an attack on the British Museum to the MI5 operatives who had tricked her.... On April 4, 2017, it was a security services officer, posing as an IS commander, who told Boular that Hussain had been killed in a drone attack. When she was arrested on April 27, 2012, she was shot four times after charging at officers in a full-face veil.
  • Russian Federation 'not trying to split EU', says Putin

    Russian Federation 'not trying to split EU', says Putin

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    The two populist parties now ruling Italy favour closer ties with Moscow and are both Eurosceptic. The parties have a co-operation agreement, but the FPÖ denies claims it has received money from Moscow . Vladimir Putin will meet Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen and Chancellor Sebastian Kurzon. Small Austria offers Vladimir Putin a big opportunity - as geopolitical as it is economic.
  • A year into boycott, few signs of crisis in Qatar

    A year into boycott, few signs of crisis in Qatar

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    The Saudi monarch, who asked that France increase its pressure on Qatar , said he was anxious about the consequences of Doha's acquisition of the mobile surface-to-air missile system, which he said threatened Saudi security interests. Qatar's Central Bank reserves took a hit, declining from $31 billion in 2016 to $15 billion previous year. Saudi Arabia and some other Arab countries, including Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, broke off relations with Qatar in June past year over alleged ...
  • Opposition SDS party ahead in Slovenia election -partial result

    Opposition SDS party ahead in Slovenia election -partial result

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    The centre-left Social Democrats have finished in third place on 9.9% followed by the SMC party of outgoing prime minister Miro Cerar on 9.7% and the left-wing Levica party with 9.3 percent. He had denied any wrongdoing. The election commission said turnout by 1600 GMT was 34.3 percent compared to 35.6 percent in the last election four years ago, when 51.7 percent of the electorate ended up voting.
  • Chinese man, 54, dies in hospital after bus crash in eastern Ontario

    Chinese man, 54, dies in hospital after bus crash in eastern Ontario

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    The remaining 13 passengers were taken by bus to an unknown location. An air ambulance has also been dispatched to the scene and Ornge officials have warned that as many as 30 people have been hurt, some seriously. Several ambulances were called to the scene. "I didn't observe the crash, but passed the incident shortly after it occurred. You could definitely see heavy damage to the front of the bus, including the passenger side of the front window".
  • Netanyahu on European mission to dismantle Iran pact

    Netanyahu on European mission to dismantle Iran pact

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    He called the accord (which saw Iran curbing its nuclear military program in exchange for the lifting of worldwide sanctions) deeply flawed and wanted a deal that would both limit Tehran's ballistic missile program and its increasing influence in regional affairs.
  • Caught on camera: Cop runs over suspect

    Caught on camera: Cop runs over suspect

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    The Georgia police officer who was sacked for hitting a fleeing suspect with his cop auto on Saturday was out of work for just two days. During the course of the foot chase, Saulters attempted to block Patmon's path of escape on two occasions with his patrol auto.
  • Kim coup-proofs his team before planned Trump-summit

    Kim coup-proofs his team before planned Trump-summit

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    Mr Putin said during an interview with Austrian public broadcaster ORF overnight that the denuclearisation of the North shouldn't be "one-way road". Russia's top diplomat noted that on Sunday during the meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi he discussed the North Korean nuclear issue, including contacts between the North and the South and also between Pyongyang and Washington .
  • Probe into London tower fire starts examining cause

    Probe into London tower fire starts examining cause

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    It follows nearly two weeks of personal tributes from friends and family of the victims. A woman walks past an artwork for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire near to the burned-out shell of Grenfell Tower block in west London, May 25, 2018.
  • Israel to deduct from Palestinian funds for arson damages

    Israel to deduct from Palestinian funds for arson damages

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    U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman on Monday accused the media of major bias against Israel in its coverage of the recent violence on the Gaza border, telling reporters to "keep your mouths shut until you figure it out". The Palestinian Authority slammed the move saying it would violate past agreements signed with Israel and called it "robbery and cowardly aggression" against the Palestinians.
  • US ambassador: Any Trump-Putin summit ‘would be a ways off’

    US ambassador: Any Trump-Putin summit ‘would be a ways off’

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    People familiar with the plans said the goal of the summit would be to address long-standing differences between the two countries. Trump has denied any collusion. The new report comes on the heels of Trump confirming the summit with Kim Jong Un in Singapore is back on. The senior administration official said if negotiations with North Korea continue, plans for the summit with Russian Federation will be delayed.
  • Manafort attempted to tamper with witnesses, prosecutors say

    Manafort attempted to tamper with witnesses, prosecutors say

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    The documents say Manafort then used a text-message encryption application to contact the witness, writing "This is Paul" and "We should talk". Mueller filed a motion in federal court asking a judge to revoke Manafort's bail, according to The New York Times .
  • Six dead or missing after Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupts

    Six dead or missing after Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupts

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    The volcano spewed black smoke and ash into the sky, prompting the evacuation of some 100 people and forcing the capital's La Aurora worldwide airport to shut down its only runway. National disaster reduction squad CONRED said the number of dead had risen to 25, including a CONRED employee, following the eruption of Volcan del Fuego.
  • 46 migrants drown after boat sinks off Tunisian coast

    46 migrants drown after boat sinks off Tunisian coast

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    Tunisia's Defense Ministry says at least 46 migrants have died after their boat sank off the country's southern coast and 67 others were rescued by the coast guard on Sunday. As of 1 p.m. (1200 GMT), "35 bodies were recovered and 68 migrants rescued", said ministry spokesman Rachid Bouhoula. Another rescued person said the captain abandoned the vessel after it started sinking to escape arrest by the coastguard.
  • Two BSF personnel killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire in J&K

    Two BSF personnel killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire in J&K

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    The DGMOs should hold dialogue again. Two BSF personnel were killed and 11 civilians, including two women, injured on Sunday as Pakistani Rangers resorted to unprovoked mortar shelling and firing of small arms along the global border in Jammu and Kashmir's Pargwal and Kanachak areas.
  • Hawaii's Kilauea volcano eruption has now destroyed more than 80 homes

    Hawaii's Kilauea volcano eruption has now destroyed more than 80 homes

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    According to Discover , the U.S. Geological Survey ( USGS ) was able to guide first responders via drone to rescue a Hawaiian man whose home was on the verge of being engulfed by lava from the Kilauea volcano . Some said they were staying because they had nowhere else to go, officials said. Thousands of people in the Puna district have had to evacuate. Hundreds of homes in Vacationland and Kapoho Beach Lots were potentially in the path of the flow as it neared the bay, but Civil Defense ...
  • US and top OAS members start push to suspend Venezuela

    US and top OAS members start push to suspend Venezuela

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    Vice President Mike Pence had earlier called for Venezuela's suspension. Pompeo told representatives of the 35 member countries at the OAS headquarters that Maduro had moved away from constitutional order and failed to live up to its OAS responsibilities, showing "unmistakable bad faith and [exhausting] options for dialogue under current conditions".
  • Guatemala volcano erupts, killing children as lava spews into village

    Guatemala volcano erupts, killing children as lava spews into village

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    Guatemala City's worldwide airport was closed due to the danger to planes. Fine, gritty volcanic ash can damage jet engines. Residents of several communities safeguard in a temporary shelter in Escuintla department, 22 miles south of Guatemala City , June 3, 2018, for fear of new outbursts of the Fuego volcano.
  • Manafort attempted to tamper with potential witnesses: USA special counsel

    Manafort attempted to tamper with potential witnesses: USA special counsel

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    Trump tweeted. "Should have told me!" He then went on, writing that Manafort "came into the campaign very late and was with us for a short period of time". The campaign "should have been told that Comey and the boys were doing a number on him, and he wouldn't have been hired!" But prosecutors say they worked with Manafort in organizing a group of former European officials who lobbied within the USA without registering.
  • 'Volcano of Fire' Sends River of Lava Into Villages

    'Volcano of Fire' Sends River of Lava Into Villages

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    The Guatemalan volcano erupted on Sunday and sent flows of pyroclastic materials down its flanks into nearby towns. Almost 50 people are still missing after yesterday's eruption , which also injured at least 20 victims and prompted the evacuation of more than 3,200 people, the AP reported.
  • Netanyahu heads to Europe seeking about-face on Iran

    Netanyahu heads to Europe seeking about-face on Iran

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    Zarif, in a letter to his counterparts last week, asked the remaining countries in the Iran deal to "make up" for his country's losses if they want to save the deal, reports the Israeli newspaper Haaretz . "Tehran will attack ten times more if attacked by our enemies..." During visits to Germany, France, and the United Kingdom on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday respectively, Netanyahu will attempt to convince Merkel, Macron, and May that the nuclear agreement to which their countries are ...
  • Mueller deliberately leaking Russia probe documents, suggests Trump

    Mueller deliberately leaking Russia probe documents, suggests Trump

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    Trump's legal team used the argument to assert that the president has the authority to deny a subpoena against him to testify before the special counsel, a bold claim that expands traditional understandings of executive power. "The department will continue to dedicate and leverage resources to maintain strong program and financial management controls", the DOJ said in the report .
  • Relief for North Korea only after clear, irreversible steps to denuclearization: Mattis

    Relief for North Korea only after clear, irreversible steps to denuclearization: Mattis

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    Secretary of Defence Jim Mattis and South Korea's Defence Minister Song Young-moo attend a trilateral meeting on the sidelines of the IISS Shangri-la Dialogue in Singapore June 3, 2018. "Japan, Korea and the US continue to agree that pressure is needed to be applied on North Korea", Onodera told reporters after his meeting with Mattis and South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo on the sidelines of the Shangri-la Dialogue.
  • Woman Charged In Deadly Baseball Field Drive Due In Court

    Woman Charged In Deadly Baseball Field Drive Due In Court

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    Parkhurst himself confessed to a deadly hit-and-run in 2013, bringing some answers but little solace to the family of Carolee Ashby, a 4-year-old killed on October 31, 1968, as she walked to a store in Fulton, New York, with her then 15-year-old sister to buy birthday candles for the teenager's cake.
  • Saudi Arabia begins issuing driving licenses to women

    Saudi Arabia begins issuing driving licenses to women

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    An official statement said the 10 women who were issued licenses already held global licenses. "It's a dream come true that I am about to drive in the kingdom ", Rema Jawdat, one of the women to receive a licence, was quoted as saying by the CIC.
  • Congressional candidate wants to legalize incest

    Congressional candidate wants to legalize incest

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    Larson is also a convicted felon who spent 16 months in prison for threatening to kill the president in 2008 (it was not clear whether his emailed threat targeted then-President George W. Larson refers to Adolf Hitler as a "white supremacist hero" and has urged congress to repeal the Violence Against Women Act. "I just want to bang my daughter, actually, but even if it were legal, I'm not sure it would happen, since I don't have custody", Larson wrote in a website post .
  • Shots fired near California marathon, shooter in custody

    Shots fired near California marathon, shooter in custody

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    Police are still investigating the incident, according to the Union-Tribune. Leilani Sandan and her 7-year-old son were playing music from "Les Miserables" on their way to see the musical at the San Diego Civic Theater Sunday afternoon when they were suddenly passed by more than a dozen police cars, sirens blaring.
  • Woman Tells Cops She Killed Husband Because He Beat The Cat

    Woman Tells Cops She Killed Husband Because He Beat The Cat

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    She said her husband also had been beating the family's cat. The shooting occurred shortly before 7 a.m. Saturday in the 13000 block of Fall Manor Drive . Homicide detectives interviewed Mary Harrison , who confessed to the shooting, the news release said. KTVT reported that the Harrison's cat had disappeared recently.
  • Teacher Accused Of Feeding Puppy To Turtle Faces Animal Cruelty Charge

    Teacher Accused Of Feeding Puppy To Turtle Faces Animal Cruelty Charge

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    A science teacher who allegedly fed a puppy to a snapping turtle in front of his students has been charged with misdemeanour animal cruelty. The incident triggered an investigation, and state wildlife authorities seized and euthanized the turtle after determining it was a non-native species, the AP reported .
  • Trudeau And Macron Team Up Against Trump Over U.S. Tariffs

    Trudeau And Macron Team Up Against Trump Over U.S. Tariffs

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    Trudeau's comments come following a decision by President Trump to impose a trade tariff on Canada, justifying his decision under Section 232, which states the country is a security threat. "I don't think we're satisfied yet that they will protect or uphold all the shipments of steel coming into Canada from around the world. this transshipping effort is something that has been troubling to us", Kudlow said.
  • Duterte stirs controversy by kissing woman on lips

    Duterte stirs controversy by kissing woman on lips

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    In exchange, he repeatedly requested that she kiss him, pointing to his lips. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte demanded a kiss from a woman during a meet and greet with overseas Filipino workers in South Korea on June 3, 2018. The Filipino leader is known for defending the use of unpopular methods, such as extrajudicial killings, to achieve certain outcomes. Women's rights advocates in the Philippines recently launched an online #BabaeAko (I Am A Woman) campaign to send a message ...
  • Bill Clinton Bristles at Questions on Lewinsky, #MeToo

    Bill Clinton Bristles at Questions on Lewinsky, #MeToo

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    Former President Bill Clinton said Sunday he believed that President Barack Obama received friendlier media coverage than did other chief executives in part because of his race. James Patterson, who co-authored a new novel with Clinton, jumped in to add: "It was 20 years ago". The controversy has resurfaced in recent years amid the presidential bid of President Clinton's wife, Hillary Clinton, and Lewinsky's emergence as an anti-bullying advocate, speaker and writer.
  • USA tariffs: Steel and aluminium levies slapped on key allies

    USA tariffs: Steel and aluminium levies slapped on key allies

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    The tariffs will go into place on July 1, Canada's government said, and will stay in place until the USA removes the steel and aluminum restrictions. Highly restrictive on Trade! On Wednesday, the federal government said it will take additional steps to prevent foreign steel and aluminum from being dumped into the North American market.
  • Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in gay wedding cake case

    Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in gay wedding cake case

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    Associate Justice Sonia Sotamayor. The high court said the Commission's treatment of Phillips violated the First Amendment mandate not to base laws or regulations on hostility to religion. Pro-family and pro-LGBT advocates were closing watching the case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission , as it will have enormous ramifications for the implementation of same-sex "marriage" in the USA three years after the Court imposed it on the country.
  • Kim Jong-un sacks top military chiefs before summit with Trump

    Kim Jong-un sacks top military chiefs before summit with Trump

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    The shuffle was confirmed by an anonymous us official, who did not identify the outgoing figures, Reuters reports . North Korea's state media revealed in late May that Kim Su Gil has replaced Kim Jong Gak as the director of the military's powerful General Political Bureau (GPB).
  • Risky political gamble pays off for Spain's new PM Pedro Sanchez

    Risky political gamble pays off for Spain's new PM Pedro Sanchez

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    Before King Felipe, Mr Sanchez was sworn in as the seventh Spanish prime minister since the country returned to democracy in the 1970s. A woman holds a poster with the photograph of Spain's Socialist party leader Pedro Sanchez as she gathers with other people outside the party headquarters in Madrid , Saturday, Oct.
  • G7 finance chiefs kick trade dispute to leaders' summit in Quebec

    G7 finance chiefs kick trade dispute to leaders' summit in Quebec

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    President Trump initially announced the tariffs in March but then chose to carry through, claiming the tariffs are needed to protect national security . "I think he's overreacting". In a rare show of division among the club of wealthy nations, the six other G7 member countries issued a statement calling on asking USA treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to convey their "unanimous concern and disappointment" about the tariffs to Trump.