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The Los Cotorros club is in the middle-class neighbourhood of El Paraiso in the west of the city. Metal bars covered the doors and windows. The club, a two-story red brick building, was empty later on Saturday morning and there was no police presence outside, according to a Reuters reporter there.
  • Tory Brexit rifts deepen as rebels brand May's compromise 'unacceptable'

    Tory Brexit rifts deepen as rebels brand May's compromise 'unacceptable'

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    The move was branded "sneaky" by one backbencher while another senior pro-EU Tory said the wording of a Government amendment was changed at the last minute to deny MPs the chance of blocking a "no deal" Brexit . He added: "This remains hypothetical and the Government is confident we will agree a good deal with the European Union which Parliament will support".
  • Merkel seeks EU migrant talks as German coalition crisis looms: paper

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    Mr Whittaker said: "We are in a serious situation because the question of the migration crisis evolved into a power question". Is it Angela Merkel or is it Horst Seehofer? Some 49% of voters surveyed last week by pollsters Civey for Die Welt newspaper said they either "definitely" or "sooner" place trust in Seehofer to solve the perceived asylum crisis compared with 32% who said Merkel has the right approach.
  • SNP MPs walk out of PMQs in protest over Brexit debate

    SNP MPs walk out of PMQs in protest over Brexit debate

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    He then refused to sit down when ordered to by John Bercow, having asked for the Commons to sit in private. RELATIONS between the Westminister and the SNP have reached a new low following a mass walkout during Prime Ministers Questions.
  • Manafort Sent to Jail After Witness Tampering Accusations

    Manafort Sent to Jail After Witness Tampering Accusations

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    Mueller last week charged him with witness tampering in the case. Prosecutor Greg Andres said it was "inconceivable" that Manafort didn't know the men were potential witnesses, noting that he had specifically reached out to them to discuss allegations made in an indictment against him.
  • Greece's Tsipras Survives No-Confidence Vote Over Macedonia Deal

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    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras survived a no-confidence motion in Parliament, brought over a deal to end a decades-old dispute with neighbouring Macedonia concerning the latter's name. The European Union, the United Nations, the USA and NATO all welcomed the agreement, which changes the country's name to the Republic of North Macedonia and is likely to facilitate the Balkan nation's bid for EU and NATO membership.
  • Billions in new tariffs signal start of US-China 'trade war'

    Billions in new tariffs signal start of US-China 'trade war'

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    China is the largest market for USA soy and the threat of tariffs on exports of the commodity has the potential to whip up trade anxieties in stalwart Republican states. Trump on Friday followed through on a pledge to crack down on what he considers to be unfair trade practices by China, imposing tariffs on goods that "contain industrially significant technologies".
  • Trump's legal team emboldened by inspector general report

    Trump's legal team emboldened by inspector general report

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    The internal report reviewed one of the most controversial chapters of the 2016 election battle between Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton. "And that's just the tip of the iceberg, what's going to happen when we go further?" Ferson said the report did point out one irony: Comey and other Federal Bureau of Investigation agents had been using private emails for some government business - very similar to the reason why they were investigating Clinton in the first place.
  • Spain rescues more than 900 boat migrants, finds 4 bodies

    Spain rescues more than 900 boat migrants, finds 4 bodies

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    Migrants are seen after being rescued by MV Aquarius, a search and rescue ship run in partnership between SOS Mediterranee and Medecins Sans Frontieres in the central Mediterranean Sea, June 12, 2018. That ship, the Aquarius, and two accompanying Italian ships are now expected to dock Sunday morning in Spain, the nongovernmental organization (NGO) Doctors Without Borders told CNN.
  • 'Upskirting' to be a criminal offence in Britain

    'Upskirting' to be a criminal offence in Britain

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    The PM said she was "disappointed" the bill had failed to progress. It means the Bill will have to return for another Friday Private Members Bill session, on July 6, if it is to have any hope of becoming law in this Parliamentary term. The incident prompted her to begin a campaign to make upskirting a punishable criminal offence in the United Kingdom. "We knew this was a risk - but I now stand with powerful, passionate women and men behind me".
  • Border Patrol vehicle strikes Native American, drives away

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    Remes claims that the vehicle didn't stop even after hitting him, and that the agent driver didn't check to see if he was okay. The statement adds that this is not the first such incident experienced by the O'odham community, pointing out that several families have " suffered at the hands of increased militarization at the border ".
  • Taxi Crashes Into Pedestrians in Moscow During World Cup Festivities

    Taxi Crashes Into Pedestrians in Moscow During World Cup Festivities

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    Russian authorities said the driver was not under the influence of alcohol and it is now understood he fell asleep before accidentally hitting the accelerator instead of the brakes. The yellow cab had mounted the pavement in Moscow and ploughed straight into a group of pedestrians. Russian authorities have pledged to stage a safe World Cup .
  • Whiskey bottles littered interstate after crash

    Whiskey bottles littered interstate after crash

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    The crash happen on Interstate 40 west between Galloway and Kerr in Pulaski County, the Arkansas Department of Transportation reports. The Arkansas Department of Transportation tweeted a photo of the alcohol bottles strewn about the highway.
  • Thousands of Vancouverites celebrate Eid al-Fitr

    Thousands of Vancouverites celebrate Eid al-Fitr

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    In fact, with more than one billion Muslims worldwide, you could say it is one of the biggest celebrations in the world. King Salman also received phone calls from a number of leaders including President Mahmoud Abbas of Palestine, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jabir Al-Sabah, King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa of Bahrain and Kuwait Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jabir Al-Sabah, in which they exchanged greetings on the occasion of the Eid.
  • 'Antsy and bored' Trump almost left Kim summit in peril, report says

    'Antsy and bored' Trump almost left Kim summit in peril, report says

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    Responding to questions about his former 2016 campaign Chair Paul Manafort who, as the Inquisitr reported, was jailed on Friday in connection with the Robert Mueller-led investigation into the Trump campaign's Russian Federation links, Trump claimed that Manafort had "nothing to do with our campaign", and said that Manafort "worked for me, what, for 49 days or something, a very short period of time".
  • Sarah Sanders Incurs a Personal Attack in the Briefing Room

    Sarah Sanders Incurs a Personal Attack in the Briefing Room

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    However, even lies couldn't get her out of one question on Thursday. "Each and every day I pray for clarity and discernment on what my future looks like". And the president is simply enforcing them. And they have - these people have nothing. "I'm trying to be serious but I'm not gonna let you talk out of turn", Sanders responded, dismissing his question.
  • ROK official: No change to U.S. troops in S. Korea

    ROK official: No change to U.S. troops in S. Korea

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    Most experts and analysts agree that the agreement between Trump and North Korea is very vague and lacks a clear plan of action, something that may lead to misunderstandings in the future. "You don't just shut them on and off like a water faucet", he said. President Donald Trump would be barred from unilaterally withdrawing almost 30,000 U.S.
  • British Gay Rights Activist Briefly Arrested in Moscow

    British Gay Rights Activist Briefly Arrested in Moscow

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    He said it was his sixth visit to the country, where he said he has twice been arrested during protests and suffered brain damage after being attacked by Russian neo-Nazis in 2007. The Peter Tatchell Foundation issued a statement shortly after his arrest, which said he was exercising his lawful right to protest. The opening day of the World Cup showed different sides of Russia's approach to gay rights, with the rainbow flag displayed during President Vladimir Putin's speech at the first ...
  • Donald Trump blames 'fake news' for photos suggesting disagreement at G7 meeting

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    Emmanuel Macron, Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau at the G7 summit. Donald Trump has blamed the "Fake News Media" for misrepresenting the recent G7 meeting with an image of him appearing to disagree with other leaders. "They are once again, WRONG! " the president said. Last week Trump made an early exit from the gathering, departing the Group of Seven talks in Quebec, Canada, hours before the leaders of advanced economies gathered to discuss climate change.
  • Greek PM predicts approval of Macedonia name

    Greek PM predicts approval of Macedonia name

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    Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zeav addresses the media during a news conference in the Government building in Skopje, Macedonia, Tuesday, June 12. When it declared independence in 1991, many Greeks felt the country had hijacked their ancient cultural heritage as Macedonia is the birthplace of Alexander the Great as well as the name of a province in northern Greece.
  • Moscow taxi crashes into World Cup crowd, eight injured

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    Interfax news agency cited a source as saying on Saturday that the driver was drunk at the time of the incident, which occurred near Red Square. There were no immediate details on the severity of the pedestrians' injuries, although a medical source told local media that none of them were grave.
  • Argentine Congress poised for historic, contentious abortion vote

    Argentine Congress poised for historic, contentious abortion vote

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    The lower house of Argentina's congress has narrowly approved a bill that would legalise abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy in what has been described as a historic move. Women who otherwise get abortions can be imprisoned for as long as four years. Argentina's Supreme Court only decriminalized abortions in cases of rape six years ago.
  • Ex-wife of killing spree suspect

    Ex-wife of killing spree suspect "grateful to be alive"

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    She filed for divorce in 2009. But as is the case for many survivors of domestic abuse, her escape from her husband was only just beginning. The killings unsettled Arizona. She remembered him placing a sun shade in his auto during a supervised visit that said 'love kills slowly'. Connie was afraid that he would snap when the money she'd given him from the divorce - more than US$500,000 (NZ$713,000) - ran out.
  • Steve King under fire for retweeting post by Nazi sympathizer

    Steve King under fire for retweeting post by Nazi sympathizer

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    On its surface this tweet isn't as arresting as his Monday tweet in which he decried a Swedish youth soccer program's effort to accommodate players who don't eat pork as a sign of that rightwing fantasy " the Muslim conquest of Europe", while at the same time promoting Iowa's pork industry.
  • Prime Minister to apologise to child sexual abuse survivors

    Prime Minister to apologise to child sexual abuse survivors

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    The government said it had accepted 104 of the commission's 122 recommendations addressed directly to the Commonwealth. Turnbull said the government would report on its progress in implementing the royal commission recommendations each year in December.
  • Wisconsin woman recruited on behalf of ISIS

    Wisconsin woman recruited on behalf of ISIS

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    The FBI affidavit alleges that Dais "helped facilitate planning for attacks in the United States on behalf of ISIS and overseas by providing instructions on how to make explosives, biological weapons and suicide vests", and she also "provided detailed instructions to people interested in attacks and attack planning".
  • Heat advisory issued for St. Louis metro this weekend

    Heat advisory issued for St. Louis metro this weekend

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    It says heat and humidity are expected to increase Sunday and especially Monday . Humidity will be fairly high, so it could feel like 100 degrees in the southern half of MI, including Detroit , Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids. Our weekly drought monitor was just updated yesterday, and we have seen some improvements across Kansas, particularly with the elimination of areas of Exceptional Drought.
  • Eight injured after taxi ploughs into ‘World Cup fans’ in Moscow

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    He had a Kyrgyzstani driving license. Moscow Police said the driver likely lost control of the vehicle rather than deliberately steering his auto into pedestrians. There are no fatalities. Sources say the driver pleaded with people at the scene, claiming he did not mean to hit the football fans. The Moscow Traffic Authority has said the driver claimed he did not hit the crowd on objective.
  • Saudi-led forces seize airport in Yemen city of Hodeidah

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    The coalition has blocked most ports, letting supplies into Hodeida in co-ordination with the U.N. The air campaign and fighting have disrupted other supply lines, causing an economic crisis that makes food too expensive for many to afford.
  • Theresa May's meaningful vote compromise rejected by rebel MPs

    Theresa May's meaningful vote compromise rejected by rebel MPs

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    His fellow rebel MP Sarah Wollaston branded the draft "sneaky". Brexiteers have "hijacked" the meaningful vote amendment to the Brexit Bill and have attempted to "force their will" onto the process, a leading Tory rebel has suggested. Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer said: "The government's amendment is simply not good enough". Signalling rebels will seek to remove the unamendable nature of the government's proposal, she tweeted: "Would be amusing if only it wasn't such a serious ...
  • 7-meter-long python swallows Indonesian woman

    7-meter-long python swallows Indonesian woman

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    They killed the snake, and dragged it back to the village. Her sister went looking for her at the plantation, only to find her her footprints, a torch, slippers and a machete on the ground. In the wild they are known to eat monkeys, pigs and other mammals. A year ago a farmer was killed by a python on the village of Salubiro on the island of Sulawesi.
  • Ethics watchdog wants EPA IG to expand Pruitt investigations

    Ethics watchdog wants EPA IG to expand Pruitt investigations

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    Renzi Stone , a friend of Administrator Pruitt and regent to the University of Oklahoma, simply connected Pruitt to the athletic department. The company represents Plains All American Pipeline LP, which has a petition pending before the EPA to discharge hydrostatic test water from a pipeline in Corpus Christi, Texas, Cummings said.
  • American detained in Vietnam after joining protests

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    During the weekend, thousands of Vietnamese citizens in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, and Nha Trang in south-central Vietnam's coastal Khanh Hoa province publicly demonstrated against the communist government's plan to sign into law a decree on special economic zones (SEZs) amid fear that leases for periods as long as 99 years in the areas could go to Chinese-owned and operated firms.
  • 2nd Kansas City, Kan. sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

    2nd Kansas City, Kan. sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

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    The inmate was being transported across the street from the jail to the services building for a court hearing, according to sheriff's spokeswoman Maj. It's very possible the deputies were attacked with their own guns, Bailiff said. This incident remains under investigation by the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department's Criminal Investigations Division, who is encouraging anyone with information to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477).
  • Missing Mo. 3-year-old found in cornfield, dog at her side

    Missing Mo. 3-year-old found in cornfield, dog at her side

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    The dog, named Fat Heath, is now being hailed a hero and a very good boy on social media. The ordeal began around 8:30 p.m. Thursday with a 911 call that the girl had wandered away from her home near the town of Qulin, 175 miles (280 kilometers) south of St.