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The incident is not believed to be terror related. He said: "An armed man is entrenched rue des Petits Stables, Paris 10th". "Two hostages, including one who had petrol poured on them", have been freed police said. French police have cordoned off the area and confirmed there was a "police intervention" underway in Rue des Petites Ecuries in the 10th arrondissement of the French capital, CNN reports.
  • Police officer rescues toddler running along highway

    Police officer rescues toddler running along highway

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    The child "escaped his mother's watchful eye" and left his home, according to the Naperville Police Department's Facebook page . Mannino stopped his squad vehicle in the right lane, keeping the lane clear of traffic, and then ran up to the child while shouting at him to stop and "come here".
  • Man holds two people hostage in Paris

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    French police and special police forces (BRI) secure the street as a man has taken two people hostage at a business in Paris , France, June 12, 2018. The freed hostage was reportedly doused with gasoline and hit in the face as he was freed, according to Lefebvre, head of the FO police union. The incident is not believed to be a terrorist attack although the hostage-taker has reportedly demanded to speak to the Iranian embassy.
  • Browbeaten? On Twitter, Justin Trudeau's 'Fake Eyebrows' Trumps US Tirade

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    In a rare show of unity, Opposition Members of Parliament are standing behind Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's promise to fight new tariffs from the United States. But after Mr. Trump left the summit he announced he was pulling out of the statement , citing statements by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a post-summer press conference, where Mr.
  • Trump thinks Kim will get rid of nukes 'virtually immediately'

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    The comments could fundamentally change the way the United States, whose alliance with Seoul was forged after a 1950 surprise attack by the North started the Korean War , operates in South Korea . "The most important, hard part of this security issue is for the United States and North Korea to sit down to find a way to resolution via equal talks", Wang said.
  • Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner made $82 million in 2017

    Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner made $82 million in 2017

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    Despite public scrutiny of their finances amid questions of conflicts of interest, a spokesman for the couple's lawyer said Trump and Kushner have followed the rules. Kushner's financial forms show significant debts, according to Politico, which didn't report a total liability figure. Such moves do not mean that Kushner has yet accumulated that debt, but that he has the ability to do so.
  • Trump backs out of G-7 communique, criticises Canadian PM Trudeau

    Trump backs out of G-7 communique, criticises Canadian PM Trudeau

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    Elisabeth Wehling, a US-based political linguistics researcher, tweeted that the body language clearly pointed to Trump dominating the scene. "We would hope that the United States will similarly honor the commitments that they have made", he said, speaking before a parliamentary statement on the summit by Prime Minister Theresa May.
  • Dennis Rodman talks Trump-Kim North Korea summit

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    I still kept going back". "I was the only one". During his appearance, Dennis, who happened to be wearing a Make America Great Again hat, opened up on the criticism he's received for his efforts to try and bring the U.S. In an interview on CNN , Rodman admitted his naivete the first time he visited North Korea. "He wants his people to enjoy his life". Trump said last week Rodman is "a nice guy", but was not invited in an official capacity.
  • New U.S. Taiwan Office Prompts Questions Over Who Will Lead It

    New U.S. Taiwan Office Prompts Questions Over Who Will Lead It

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    The United States on Tuesday opened a new $256-million (€225-million) representative office in Taiwan's capital, in a move that is likely to increase tensions between the USA and China. On Sunday, Heather Nauert, spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Statement, also sent her congratulations via twitter and said the new AIT complex is "a milestone that reflects the importance of the U.S.
  • Congo Warlord Bemba Acquitted Of War Crimes

    Congo Warlord Bemba Acquitted Of War Crimes

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    On that basis, the Appeals Chamber concluded, by majority, that Mr Bemba's conviction must be reversed, that Mr Bemba can not be held criminally liable under article 28 of the ICC Rome Statute for the crimes within the scope of the case that were committed by MLC troops during the auto operation and that he must be acquitted thereof.
  • Lee resigns United Kingdom justice ministry role in Brexit protest

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    In his letter, Mr Davis said it was "simply not right" that Parliament could effectively overturn the referendum result. Justice Minister Philip Lee resigns and pledges to vote against Theresa May on Brexit . Lee, who was Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Justice, has quit the front bench so he can vote against the government on the " meaningful vote " amendment.
  • Here's what Trump and Kim are dining on at historic summit

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    Neither Trump nor Kim gave any indication about the contents of the document, though the president said he would elaborate for the media later Tuesday. An American president and a North Korean dictator are meeting for the first time. Trump's attendees included National Security Adviser John Bolton, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly .
  • What's up for negotiation at the North Korea summit?

    What's up for negotiation at the North Korea summit?

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    Still, during the preliminary meeting, both Trump and Kim appeared diplomatic but warm, smiling and clasping hands before making a joint statement to the press. Pompeo, addressing reporters ahead of the summit, said the USA was prepared to take action to provide North Korea with "sufficient certainty" that denuclearization "is not something that ends badly for them".
  • Egypt frees 32 Ethiopian prisoners during PM's visit

    Egypt frees 32 Ethiopian prisoners during PM's visit

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    When President Sisi took office in 2014, he showed understanding of Ethiopia's aspiration for development through the new dam. For his part, Sisi described Egypt's relations with Ethiopia as "strategic", promising to maintain cooperation with the Ethiopian side for the best interests of both nations.
  • Stabbing spree on Japan bullet train kills one

    Stabbing spree on Japan bullet train kills one

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    According to police, shortly after the departure of 22-year-old Ichiro kojima, a native of the city of Okazaki in Aichi Prefecture, was attacked with a knife on passengers. "I have been always anxious about him", his grandmother said in a telephone interview early Sunday. After he started living with his grandmother, she said he mainly stayed home, reading books and surfing the internet.
  • Scientists can’t predict when Kilauea eruption will end

    Scientists can’t predict when Kilauea eruption will end

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    Lava erupts in Leilani Estates during ongoing eruptions of the Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii, June 5, 2018. "Vacationland is gone, there's no evidence of any properties there at all", Wendy Stovall, a vulcanologist with the U.S. "Rainfall really makes a difference", said Hawaii Volcanoes National Park spokeswoman Jessica Ferracane. As of early Friday 24 separate fissures covered almost 8 square miles of land in lava.
  • Trade War: Merkel Threatens US Over Trump Tariffs - Leah Barkoukis

    Trade War: Merkel Threatens US Over Trump Tariffs - Leah Barkoukis

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    On Monday afternoon, the House of Commons passed a unanimous motion decrying "disparaging, ad-hominem statements " as counterproductive, while supporting Trudeau's threat last week to impose retaliatory tariffs on the US if it doesn't rollback its own fees on steel and aluminum.
  • Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Suffers a Heart Attack, President Trump Tweets

    Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Suffers a Heart Attack, President Trump Tweets

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    The doctors here are fabulous", Kudlow said, saying she would have preferred not to comment but wanted to clarify his health status to the public. Mr Kudlow accompanied the U.S. There was no additional information from the White House or second source, rather it was only Trump's twitter account. With Trump's tax cuts already being implemented, Kudlow has been advising a president who pushed to tax foreign imports - a policy Kudlow personally opposes.
  • US Air Force Nabs Deserter After 35 Years

    US Air Force Nabs Deserter After 35 Years

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    Air Force Capt. William Howard Hughes Jr . started at Kirtland in 1981, working on NATO's command, control and communications surveillance systems. Hughes, a captain at Kirtland Air Force Base, was 33 when he vanished. Hughes is charged with desertion and awaiting pretrial confinement at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, Calif. Hughes reportedly returned to New Mexico on leave in July 1983.
  • Donald Trump says top economic adviser Larry Kudlow suffers heart attack

    Donald Trump says top economic adviser Larry Kudlow suffers heart attack

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    Kudlow's condition wasn't immediately released by Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. "He is now in Walter Reed Medical Center". Interested in Trump Administration? After Mr. Trudeau reiterated at the G7 on Saturday that Canada would impose retaliatory tariffs in response to Mr.
  • United States won't give asylum to victims of gangs, domestic abuse

    United States won't give asylum to victims of gangs, domestic abuse

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    The widely expected move overruled a Board of Immigration Appeals decision in 2016 that gave asylum status to a woman from El Salvador who fled her husband. The policy, meant to be a deterrent, has sparked strong criticism and an accusation from the UN Human Rights Office that children's rights are being violated by the policy.
  • Trump, Trudeau trade fight: Map of Canada exports to US

    Trump, Trudeau trade fight: Map of Canada exports to US

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    Mr. Trump's actions led to an extraordinary juxtaposition: an abrupt public feud and deterioration of ties between the US and Canada at the same moment as warm words and a detente between the USA and North Korea. "This has to be a political play". "That's not very nice", Francis said, "to go out and make a hostile statement after everybody has agreed to a communique".
  • The G7 summit, summed up in one photo

    The G7 summit, summed up in one photo

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    The photo first appeared on Merkel's official Instagram account around noon Saturday. Photographs from the Group of Seven summit provided by the German and American governments suggest contrasting images of their leaders. He then tore into Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau in a pair of tweets , calling him "very dishonest and weak" and attacking his "false statements" after Mr Trudeau reasserted his strong opposition to the U.S.
  • Merkel disappointed by Trump’s u-turn on G7 statement

    Merkel disappointed by Trump’s u-turn on G7 statement

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    Let's be serious and worthy of our people. We spent two days obtaining a draft and commitments. We are sticking to them and whoever reneges on them is showing incoherence and inconsistency. farmers, workers and companies, I have instructed our U.S. Reps not to endorse the Communique as we look at Tariffs on automobiles flooding the U.S. Market!" In an echo of Cold War meetings on neutral ground, Austria is encouraging the U.S.
  • Emmanuel Macron Says 'Things Moving Forward' After G7 Trade Spat

    Emmanuel Macron Says 'Things Moving Forward' After G7 Trade Spat

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    President Donald Trump's planned meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at the G7 is being pushed back to late Friday afternoon after a delayed departure from the White House. Typically billed as a gathering aimed at fostering global cooperation, this year's G7 meeting is held in the shadow of a looming trade war between old allies, with heated exchanges between leaders of US, France and Canada.
  • Reported Killed in Missile Attack in Saudi Arabia

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    Pompeo said the United States is "closely following developments" in Hodeida, home to 600,000 people and the point of entry of 70 percent of Yemen's imports. Yemen has been embroiled in a civil war pitting the coalition against the Iran-backed Houthis since March 2015. The coalition aims to restore the government of self-exiled President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi.
  • Dennis Rodman arrives in Singapore ahead of Trump-Kim summit

    Dennis Rodman arrives in Singapore ahead of Trump-Kim summit

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    And accordingly to Lee Yun-keol, who worked in a North Korean Guard Command unit before defecting to South Korea in 2005, that's par for the course. Kim Hee-hyun, 30, believes Kim has reached the conclusion that denuclearisation will be beneficial for his own prospects, but was wary about the cost of reunification.
  • High School Valedictorian Speech Cut Short After Speaking About Sexual Assault

    High School Valedictorian Speech Cut Short After Speaking About Sexual Assault

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    But school administrators had cut her off at the moment she deviated from a script that she had previously submitted to them, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reported . speeches, the teen told of being inspired to speak up. Even after four years of working our hardest and becoming the best class Petaluma High has ever seen, just to be told be those same some people that our love of learning, art, drama, music - anything - wasn't valuable enough to be funded, well, we didn't let that drag us ...
  • Supreme Court decides case on purging voter registration rolls

    Supreme Court decides case on purging voter registration rolls

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    If that person not respond and doesn't vote over the next four years, they are dropped from the registration list. "On the one hand dramatically increasing the number of voters on the voter rolls but, on the other, giving states the flexibility they need to manage the issues that arise when you have over-inflated voter rolls", the Trump administration lawyer Solicitor General Noel Francisco said in a court brief.
  • Oops! 'Fox and Friends' host calls Trump a 'dictator'

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    Fox & Friends co-host Abby Huntsman made the comment on Sunday as TV footage showed the USA president landing in Singapore for a summit with Kim on Tuesday . "It's never going to be there again", Trump said Saturday. According to a report by Newsweek , Fox & Friends Abby Huntsman referred to President Donald trump as a dictator during a segment on Sunday.
  • Missing Air Force Officer Found 35 Years Later In California

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    Air Force and vanished without a trace 35 years ago was found at a California home living under a fake name, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations said in a news release. At the time of his disappearance, Hughes was in his early thirties. In 1985 and 1986, several French and American rocket ships failed to launch properly and subsequently exploded, including the Challenger space shuttle.
  • Democrats Demand SEC Probe After Trump’s Tweet on Jobs Data

    Democrats Demand SEC Probe After Trump’s Tweet on Jobs Data

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    There are a range of recommended waiting periods to avoid discomfort and blood clotting while flying, but three experts, who have not treated the first lady, said that if Melania Trump's procedure had no complications, as the White House has repeatedly said, it would not be unheard-of for a physician to clear her for travel.
  • How seriously are you taking Donald Trump's swipes at Canada?

    How seriously are you taking Donald Trump's swipes at Canada?

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    Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door". In an in-depth interview with German broadcaster ARD , she said that the European Union would follow in the footsteps of Canada and come up with counter-measures to levy tariffs on the 28-member bloc.
  • United States fighter jet crashes into sea off Japan

    United States fighter jet crashes into sea off Japan

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    Forces Japan said in a statement . "Our hearts and prayers go to the pilot and his family as they go through this hard time", a post said. The Kadena Air Base in Okinawa is the largest and most active US Air Force base outside the country's borders.
  • Duchess of sussex, Meghan Markle breaks Royal Protocol

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    As all the members of the royals gathered on the balcony, the Queen drove past underneath them in a carriage. From the beginnings of her relationship with Prince Harry , the former actress wore what made her feel comfortable, ignoring those tedious royal fashion rules .
  • Colorado wildfire doubles in size, thousands evacuated as blaze expected to grow

    Colorado wildfire doubles in size, thousands evacuated as blaze expected to grow

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    In total, more than 1,000 homes have been evacuated, and residents of more than 1,500 homes are on pre-evacuation notice. The fire's southwest flank has now moved into North Buck Creek and the Buck Creek drainage. Residents of about 500 Hermosa homes have been told to evacuate. Aerial operations are creating a larger burnout area on the north side of the fire to serve as a barrier should the fire spread that direction from the southwest.
  • Taliban agrees to ceasefire during Id

    Taliban agrees to ceasefire during Id

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    President Ashraf Ghani's ceasefire declaration on Thursday came on the heels of a fatwa issued by Afghanistan's top clerics branding suicide attacks "haram", or forbidden. "Insurgents have set fire to two military Humvees as well as the checkpoint", he said. He went on to say that Kabul was ready to recognise the Taliban as a legitimate political group and even showed willingness to amend the country's constitution to accommodate insurgents' demands.
  • Woman gets 18 years for kidnapping newborn from hospital

    Woman gets 18 years for kidnapping newborn from hospital

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    Authorities have said that Kamiyah may have learned about her past in the months before Williams was arrested . The sentence, including five years to be served concurrently for custodial interference, marks another chapter in a sorrowful family tale that began hours after the birth of Kamiyah Mobley on July 10, 1998, at a Jacksonville hospital.
  • Rescue boat drifts at sea as Italy takes anti-migrant stance

    Rescue boat drifts at sea as Italy takes anti-migrant stance

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    The ship, with 123 unaccompanied minors, 11 other children and seven pregnant women aboard, is waiting in global waters between Italy and Malta, which has also refused to take them in. As of Monday morning, the Aquarius was circling in worldwide waters off Malta after the Italian maritime coordination centre in Rome ordered the vessel to stay put (see map).
  • Woman arrested after two children traveled in pet kennels in vehicle

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    Leimome Cheeks , 62, has been charged with two counts of child endangerment after the children, aged seven and eight, were released. Other residents called the grandmother, who cares for two puppies, a woman of strong faith. She's such a nice lady. A Memphis grandmother is out on bond, accused of putting her two grandkids in dog kennels and driving them across Memphis .