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Come on, Sarah. You're a parent. CNN reported in May that the Trump administration had made a decision to refer anyone found crossing into the USA illegally for federal prosecution, meaning that adults coming across the border with children will be separated from them as the parents await their criminal proceedings.
  • Corker slams GOP colleagues, says they're too afraid to 'poke the bear'

    Corker slams GOP colleagues, says they're too afraid to 'poke the bear'

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    We might upset the president of the United States before the midterms, '" said Corker, referring to Sen. Corker offered the amendment in response to Trump's recent decision to impose a 25 percent tariff on steel and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports, even from USA allies, arguing they are needed for national security .
  • Boater dies after sinkhole creates whirlpool on Arkansas river

    Boater dies after sinkhole creates whirlpool on Arkansas river

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    Boaters are being warned to avoid a portion of a north Arkansas river where a sinkhole has developed, creating a whirlpool that has claimed at least one life. Reid, from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission , said that in such cases when the riverbed breaks away, the water must go somewhere and, in the process, creates a current "like a bathtub drain".
  • Colorado wildfires displace thousands, prompt national forest closure

    Colorado wildfires displace thousands, prompt national forest closure

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    Firefighters say residents of hundreds of other homes have been warned to be ready to evacuate because of the fire, which as burned about 90 acres. While the two active fires were taken into consideration when opting to close the forest, other factors went into the decision, such as weather conditions, fire fighting resources available and fuel moisture level.
  • Sarah Sanders, Raj Shah planning to depart the White House

    Sarah Sanders, Raj Shah planning to depart the White House

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    CBS reported she planned to leave by year's end and that Shah had not decided on a departure date. Sanders responded shortly after in a tweet , claiming she was at her "daughter's year-end Kindergarten event" when CBS News "ran a story about [her] "plans to leave the WH" without even talking to" her.
  • Ivanka Trump’s ‘Chinese proverb’ tweet mystifies China

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    Ivanka and her daughter, Arabella, are popular in China after videos of the 6-year-old singing in Mandarin and reciting ancient Chinese poetry have gone viral in the past. She quoted the tweet as having been said by Confucious, famous Chinese editor, philosopher, and politician when in reality the historical figure never had said anything remotely like that.
  • NY sues Trump Foundation for 'illegal conduct'

    NY sues Trump Foundation for 'illegal conduct'

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    Trump responded on Twitter with a string of tweets: According to the petition, Trump used the Trump Foundation's charitable assets to pay off his legal obligations, to promote Trump hotels and other businesses, and to purchase personal items.
  • British PM survives fresh Brexit vote but rebels up the pressure

    British PM survives fresh Brexit vote but rebels up the pressure

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    By a vote of 324 to 298, the House of Commons on Tuesday rejected a move to give lawmakers the power to send the government back to the negotiating table if they don't like the terms of the Brexit deal struck with the EU. Earlier, the Government managed to head off a major defeat on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill by offering a last-minute concession to Tory rebels that would give parliament a bigger say on the final deal.
  • British and Australian tourists die in Portugal 'fall'

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    The couple has been identified as Michael Kearns, 33, and his 37-year-old partner of British extraction, Louise Benson. They had been taking pictures from a beach wall overlooking the sea at Pescadores beach when they reportedly lost their balance and plummeted to their deaths.
  • Germany harshly criticize Trump over Group of Seven U-turn

    Germany harshly criticize Trump over Group of Seven U-turn

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    In his news conference, Mr Trudeau had spoken of retaliatory measures that Canada would take next month in response to Mr Trump's decision to slap tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. "And that's what bad faith Justin Trudeau did with that stunt press conference". And while she joined with Mr. Trudeau and other European leaders in opposing the USA decision to slap import tariffs on steel and aluminum , she urged continued dialogue.
  • How anti-Trump hysteria helps the president on North Korea

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    She reported in April on the first summit between North and South Korea in a decade, and then on Trump's meeting with Kim. "Trump doesn't realise that if you brought down the barriers at the North Korean-China border and told the Chinese to stop chasing North Koreans, you'd probably have 100,000 people leave in a week".
  • Trump SLAMS Canada’s Trudeau Over G7 Comments — ARCTIC BLAST

    Trump SLAMS Canada’s Trudeau Over G7 Comments — ARCTIC BLAST

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    Note that Navarro expressed regret only for the language, not the message, which is that Trudeau had better show President Trump more deference in the future. Tweeting from Singapore where he's scheduled to hold a nuclear summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un , Trump wrote: "Sorry, we can not let our friends, or enemies, take advantage of us on trade anymore".
  • Sarah Sanders, Raj Shah preparing to leave White House, CBS reports

    Sarah Sanders, Raj Shah preparing to leave White House, CBS reports

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    They told the network Sanders is planning to leave at the end of the year. She responded afterward, expressing her love for working for President Trump. Her first press briefing came after Anthony Scaramucci left the White House July 31, just 10 days after he started. The biggest concern over such a high turnover rate is the fact that nobody stays long enough to learn the job and do it well.
  • AP Analysis: Kim Jong Un got lots to brag about from summit

    AP Analysis: Kim Jong Un got lots to brag about from summit

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    Third, Kim won an unexpected bonus with Trump's commitment to end annual military exercises with South Korea, a unilateral pledge that blindsided South Korea and Japan and that will leave US forces less prepared to deal with a North Korean military that is no less unsafe than it was before the Singapore summit .
  • Trump heaps praise on 'tough guy' Kim Jong Un

    Trump heaps praise on 'tough guy' Kim Jong Un

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    The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported Mr Trump expressed his intention to halt US-South Korean joint military exercises , offer security guarantees to the North and lift sanctions against it as relations improve. Despite Trump and Moon's assertions about the North Korean nuclear threat being over, a senior USA official responsible for studying the North Korean military said the US intelligence assessment of the nuclear and other military threat posed by North Korea to USA and ...
  • 120 countries blame Israel for 'excessive' force against Palestinians

    120 countries blame Israel for 'excessive' force against Palestinians

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    It also seeks recommendations from UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutterese on ensuring protection for Palestinian civilians, including an "international protection mechanism". His motion to take "no action" on the amendment was defeated by a vote of 59-78 with 26 abstentions, allowing the USA amendment to be put to a vote.
  • Theresa May avoids Commons defeat after Brexit climbdown

    Theresa May avoids Commons defeat after Brexit climbdown

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    But it made clear that "we have not, and will not, agree to the House of Commons binding the government's hands". The European Union Withdrawal Bill, a complex piece of legislation meant to disentangle Britain from four decades of EU rules and regulations, has had a rocky ride through Parliament.
  • US imposes Russia sanctions over cyberattacks

    US imposes Russia sanctions over cyberattacks

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    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the measures were to counter "malicious actors" working to "increase Russia's offensive cyber-capabilities". This story is breaking and will be updated . Embedi is known for exploit research and security solutions for protecting hardware devices. "I woke up and was embraced by such news", he said. Russian Sen.
  • Norwegian lawmakers nominate Trump for Nobel Peace Prize World News

    Norwegian lawmakers nominate Trump for Nobel Peace Prize World News

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    The news comes after a group of United States lawmakers also sent a letter to the Nobel Committee nominating the president for the prestigious award, citing his efforts to disarm North Korea. The last American to win the prize was former President Barack Obama, who won in 2009. Trump has been cited as a possible nominee since Kim ended a series of provocative threats and missile tests a year ago.
  • Pompeo Sees North Korean Denuclearization in Trump's First Term

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    The interview was taped aboard Air Force One while Mr. Trump was heading back from Singapore , after he and Kim met and signed a joint statement outlining their objectives. A White House National Security Council official said some types of training would continue even after Trump's announcement. "I am willing to do a lot of things to get [Kim] to give up their nuclear weapons and end their missile program".
  • Sightseeing and selfies: Kim Jong Un tours Singapore

    Sightseeing and selfies: Kim Jong Un tours Singapore

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    Four-star general and vice chairman of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea, Kim Yong Chol, party vice chairman and director of its International Affairs Department Ri Su Yong and foreign minister Ri Yong Ho, were among them.
  • Trump in Singapore as summit draws near

    Trump in Singapore as summit draws near

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    The meeting was kicking off at 9 a.m. Tuesday with a handshake between Trump and Kim. Trump is set to meet with Lee on Monday. It is the farthest Kim has travelled since inheriting power in 2011, and only his third known trip outside the country since then, with the use of a Chinese plane raising questions over the state of North Korea's ageing fleet of Soviet-built aircraft.
  • The latest from Singapore: Trump predicts ‘terrific relationship’ with Kim

    The latest from Singapore: Trump predicts ‘terrific relationship’ with Kim

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    ELISE HU, BYLINE: Hey there. Trump then placed his hand on Kim's back as they exchanged small talk with their two translators by their side. Meanwhile, Mr Kim has called Mr Trump "mentally deranged" and a " dotard ". North Koreans have always wanted a meeting with a USA president, just no previous administration was willing to do this kind of meeting unless it came with a substantive commitment or concession on denuclearization.
  • FactCheck: What happened to Brexit in Parliament yesterday?

    FactCheck: What happened to Brexit in Parliament yesterday?

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    The European Union Withdrawal Bill, a complex piece of legislation meant to disentangle Britain from four decades of EU rules and regulations, has had a rocky ride through Parliament. Britain's highest-selling tabloid, The Sun , which is owned by Rupert Murdoch, addressed lawmakers directly on its front page, saying they faced a choice between "Great Britain or Great Betrayal".
  • May wins Brexit vote, avoids rebellion

    May wins Brexit vote, avoids rebellion

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    Earlier, Brexit minister David Davis told parliament a government defeat would undermine negotiations with Brussels and warned lawmakers the government would never allow them to "reverse Brexit". The change reduces the likelihood that Britain could leave the European Union without a deal if it does not like the divorce terms. "Secondly, we can not change the fundamental constitutional structure which makes the Government responsible for global relations and worldwide treaties".
  • Saudi Arabia says new Yemen missile intercepted

    Saudi Arabia says new Yemen missile intercepted

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    A broader United Nations peace plan calls on the Houthis to give up their missiles in return for an end to a coalition bombing campaign and a transitional governance deal, according to a draft document and sources. "As much as 5,750,000,000 Yemeni Riyals equivalent to more than $22 million as well as 5,297 counterfeited passports were confiscated as they were being sent to the Houthi militias in Saada", Col.
  • BSF personnel killed in Pakistan firing in J-K's Samba

    BSF personnel killed in Pakistan firing in J-K's Samba

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    A BSF spokesman identified the martyred BSF personnel as Assistant Commandant Jitender Singh, Sub-Inspector Rajneesh, Assistant Sub-Inspector Ramniwas and Constable Hansraj. AJK officials regret that apart from the exchange of heavy shelling across the LoC, Indian troops have added a new cowardly and terrible practice to incessant ceasefire violations - sniping with heavy calibre weapons and targeting innocent men, women and children while they carry out their daily chores.
  • UK Insurance Entrepreneur Banks Accuses Lawmakers of `Witch Hunt' to Derail Brexit

    UK Insurance Entrepreneur Banks Accuses Lawmakers of `Witch Hunt' to Derail Brexit

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    Since Britain voted to leave the EU in June 2016, questions have been raised about the unofficial campaign of Leave.EU and its chief backer Mr Banks, as well as the possible influence of Russian Federation on the referendum result. "There is no evidence". Asked if Leave.EU had received any money from the Russian government, Mr Wigmore replied: "No. Nyet". Banks, appearing alongside the Leave.EU spokesperson Andy Wigmore, also denied that he had visited Russian Federation in February 2016 ...
  • President Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

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    The lawmakers told Norwegian wire service Norwegian News Agency that Trump "had taken a huge and important step" toward peace with North Korea and disarmament. "Divisive and irresponsible from a presidential hopeful". President Barack Obama, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 , is the most recent American recipient.
  • Climbing MPR Raccoon has been trapped

    Climbing MPR Raccoon has been trapped

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    When building workers attempted to nab the raccoon from the ledge, it scurried over to UBS Plaza. Right now in Minnesota , a humble raccoon has taken on a lofty challenge: it's scaling a skyscraper, and we're all really anxious about it.
  • Rand Paul Calls 'Naïve' Lindsey Graham a 'Danger to the Country'

    Rand Paul Calls 'Naïve' Lindsey Graham a 'Danger to the Country'

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    During a press conference following his denuclearization meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Trump cited the expense of the practice as rationale for agreeing to stop doing it. Responding to Paul's remarks in a statement to CNN , Graham said the Kentucky senator is "constantly AWOL" in matters of national security. "I don't think Bush would have done it, I don't think Obama would have done it", Paul said.
  • Reuters/Ipsos poll: Half of Americans approve of Trump's handling of North Korea

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    The historic agreement came after the two leaders held several meetings throughout the day. In the aftermath of the Singapore summit , the anti-Trump talking point is that Trump accomplished nothing of effect. Mr. Kim is all that and more - an insecure strong man who is desperate for a deal that will relax the death grip of global trade-and-finance sanctions.
  • White house adviser Larry Kudlow released from hospital after heart attack

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    Trump's press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, says in a statement that Kudlow was discharged from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center earlier Wednesday. He previously served in the Reagan administration and emerged as a leading evangelist for tax cuts and smaller government. " President Trump played that process in good faith".
  • Minister Declares Friday As A Statutory Holiday | Social

    Minister Declares Friday As A Statutory Holiday | Social

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    Muslims, who will be breaking fast at Iftar in the evening throughout the period, may well have big plans for festivities and family gatherings on Eid 2018. When does Ramadan end this year? The holiday of the private sector has been announced as the first and second day of the month of Shawwal, so depending when Eid starts, Shawwal 1 will either begin on either Friday, June 15, or Saturday, June 16.
  • Polish man gets 16 years for kidnapping British model Chloe Ayling

    Polish man gets 16 years for kidnapping British model Chloe Ayling

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    He said he was paid £500,000, found out the Romanians meant to kidnap her, and backed out of the plan. "She has been accused of making the whole thing up, she's been judged on the way she looks". Ayling was bundled into a suitcase, injected with ketamine and stuffed into the boot of a auto after the horrific attack in July past year. The lawyer for British model Chloe Ayling , Francesco Pesce, called it "quite an important verdict".
  • Italy prepares to send hundreds of migrants to Spain

    Italy prepares to send hundreds of migrants to Spain

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    Salvini had initially asked Malta to take in the Aquarius , but the government in Valletta said the issue was not its responsibility and accused Italy of "creating a risky situation". "From now also Italy begins to say NO to the traffic of human beings, NO to the business of illegal immigration". Their safety was at risk for the longer voyage given the forecast of bad weather, said Mathilde Auvillain, a spokeswoman for the charity SOS Mediterranee that operates the ship with Doctors ...
  • Trump Predicts 'Tremendous Success' In Summit With Kim

    Trump Predicts 'Tremendous Success' In Summit With Kim

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    He said he planned to continue sharing the view with Washington and Seoul. Without military exercises, the massive installation of troops will wither. North Korea, Trump said Tuesday, has agreed to destroy a major missile engine testing site. In reality, the likelihood of war has diminished only slightly - let's say from very unlikely to very, very unlikely.