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Unable to complete her next sentence, she passed the news to the hour's next host, noting, "I think I'm going to have to hand this off". Usually there is a bit of banter between the two anchors, but not this night. Doctors and lawyers who have visited the shelters said the facilities were fine, clean and safe, but the kids - who have no idea where their parents are - were hysterical, crying and acting out.
  • Kashmir under central rule as BJP breaks alliance

    Kashmir under central rule as BJP breaks alliance

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    According to media reports , IOK Governor NN Vohra had on Tuesday evening written to the president after concluding consultations with all major political parties in the occupied territory following the collapse of the Mehbooba Mufti-led Peoples Democratic Party government after the withdrawal of Bharatiya Janata Party's support.
  • Blatter arrives in Russia for World Cup despite FIFA ban

    Blatter arrives in Russia for World Cup despite FIFA ban

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    More than one million people have visited the 2018 FIFA World Cup fan festival venues in Russia's 11 host cities over the first four days of the tournament, FIFA said on Sunday. The total number rises to around 100,000 Chinese in Russian Federation when tickets allotted to Chinese companies as FIFA partners, World Cup sponsors and regional supporters are added.
  • Beijing Ready to Retaliate Against US Tariffs on Chinese Goods

    Beijing Ready to Retaliate Against US Tariffs on Chinese Goods

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    He accused Beijing of "aggressively working to undermine America's high-tech industries and our economic leadership through unfair trade practices and industrial policies like " Made in China 2025 , '" referring to a 2015 policy to upgrade China " s industry broadly, with an emphasis on high-tech including pharmaceuticals, and to expend China's influence globally.
  • "They Buy Shoes, Then They Wear Them": Trump Says Canadians Smuggle Shoes

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    To respond to Trump's threat to impose tariffs on as much as $250 billion worth of Chinese goods, Beijing would have to find other ways to respond. If Trump carries through on all his trade threats, the result would be higher costs on virtually all the goods that the USA imports from China. It remains unclear when and exactly how the new tariffs willl take effect.
  • The inquest to probe Dreamworld's tragedy

    The inquest to probe Dreamworld's tragedy

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    The inquest heard the main control panel for the ride also did not have an emergency switch which would shut down the ride, with a second switch needing to be used to halt the ride's conveyor belt. Fleming said one incident, in January 2001, had resulted in several empty rafts colliding at the unloading point of the ride. The inquest heard the incident was disturbingly similar to the one that resulted in the deaths of the four people in 2016.
  • Sheriff: Texas Deputy Sexually Abused 4-Year-Old Undocumented Immigrant

    Sheriff: Texas Deputy Sexually Abused 4-Year-Old Undocumented Immigrant

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    Nunez has served the Bexar County Sheriff's Office for more than 10 years. Investigators believe the abuse has spanned months, if not years. Salazar added that Nunez "utilized" the fact that the girl's mother was an undocumented immigrant and used this to "place her in fear" that she would be deported if she tried to report the abuse.
  • Canada legalises recreational marijuana

    Canada legalises recreational marijuana

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    The Trudeau government rejected that amendment and senators then voted 45-35 against insisting on it. Earlier, Senators backed down on an amendment to the bill that would have recognized the authority of provincial governments to ban home cultivation of marijuana plants if they choose.
  • Supreme Court Avoids Ruling on Two Partisan Gerrymandering Cases

    Supreme Court Avoids Ruling on Two Partisan Gerrymandering Cases

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    The Supreme Court in 1986 actually said that partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional when the election system "is arranged in a manner that will consistently degrade a voter's or a group of voters' influence", but as New York University election law professor Richard Pildes observed Monday, in the three decades since that decision, the high court has refused to enforce it with any teeth.
  • McConnell: We'll work with Dems to end child separations at border

    McConnell: We'll work with Dems to end child separations at border

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    His blessing clears up the mess he left last Friday, when he said he "wouldn't sign" the bill . In a speech Tuesday to small-business owners in Washington , Trump stood defiant amid intense criticism across the political spectrum about his administration's policy of separating children from their parents and other adults at the southern border with Mexico as they illegally enter the United States.
  • UK changes course, allows cannabis oil for epileptic boy

    UK changes course, allows cannabis oil for epileptic boy

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    He said: "In my view, a simple tweak to the law should enable the prescription of medicinal cannabis by doctors and I will now be working with my parliamentary colleagues to look at moving control away from the Home Office to the Department of Health".
  • China bearing the brunt of trade tensions

    China bearing the brunt of trade tensions

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    More American targets are likely to follow as soon as the Trump administration follows through with publishing an expanded tariff list. "Such practice of imposing extreme pressure and blackmailing is contrary to the consensus the two sides have reached through rounds of consultations, and disappoints the global community", a Ministry of Commerce spokesperson said .
  • Trump Says Suspending War Games was His Idea

    Trump Says Suspending War Games was His Idea

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    Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White also the same and said that the US and South Korea are coordinating the additional actions. "The ball is now in North Korea's court". A brief explanation of U.S. He supports increased discussion with North Korea. That would give Trump more leverage in his trade negotiations with China and Kim the ability to strike the best deal for North Korea without having to worry about Chinese interference.
  • Trump Orders Creation of 'Space Force'

    Trump Orders Creation of 'Space Force'

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    If that means equal in cost, that's huge. Congressional leadership first floated the creation of sixth branch of the armed forces focused on space combat (sadly, not against invading alien insects though ) previous year... This new force will be responsible for the vast expanse outside of the Earth's atmosphere. Thankfully the president can't do it without Congress because now is NOT the time to rip the Air Force apart.
  • 'Minor explosion' at Southgate underground station sparks mass evacuation

    'Minor explosion' at Southgate underground station sparks mass evacuation

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    Darren Yarlett, 36, was driving home in Southgate but police had cordoned off roads near the station. "Officers remain at #Southgate tube station". He tweeted : "I am in touch with senior Met Police about the reported minor explosion at Southgate Tube station". There is now no Piccadilly line service between Arnos Grove and Cockfosters.
  • Trump is said ready to pull USA from UN's Human Rights Council

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    According to a report from Bloomberg , "Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley plan to announce the withdrawal at the State Department in Washington at 5 p.m." today. Israel is the only country that is subject to a permanent standing agenda item, meaning its treatment of the Palestinians is regularly scrutinised.
  • Sessions: Child migrant camps 'not like Nazi concentration camps'

    Sessions: Child migrant camps 'not like Nazi concentration camps'

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    He also said that the government is already spending $1 billion a year taking care of children who entered the country illegally , with families or unaccompanied. Instead, they called on Congress to act. Michigan Republican Representative Fred Upton on Monday called for an immediate end to the "ugly and inhumane practice", adding, "It's never acceptable to use kids as bargaining chips in political process".
  • Coalition spokesman: Houthis trying to cover losses through false propaganda

    Coalition spokesman: Houthis trying to cover losses through false propaganda

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    So we started walking on foot carrying our children, sitting every while for rest while the Apaches hovered above us. "Now we're in this school, no mattresses, no electricity, no water, no bathrooms, nothing". Griffiths returned to Sanaa on Saturday for talks. The Saudi coalition carried out five strikes on Hodeida, which is a lifeline to millions of Yemenis , providing them with urgently needed food and other necessities.
  • United States plans to withdraw from UN Human Rights Council

    United States plans to withdraw from UN Human Rights Council

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    The Times of Israel reported Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said at the time that the HRC had become a "cheerleader for terrorists". The move comes as the Trump administration is under intense criticism from business groups, human rights organizations and lawmakers from both parties over its recently imposed decision to separate children from parents who enter the U.S.
  • 5 dead as SUV being chased crashes in South Texas

    5 dead as SUV being chased crashes in South Texas

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    As a result, hundreds of children are being housed in detention centres, including warehouses and converted supermarkets. Mattresses with thermal blankets were strewn on the floors. It's not just Democrats who have spoken out against the policy. The Border Patrol says it's providing adequate meals, bathrooms access and medical care to people being held.
  • Greek PM survives no-confidence vote in parliament

    Greek PM survives no-confidence vote in parliament

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    Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and his Macedonian counterpart Nikola Dimitrov sign an accord to settle a long dispute over the former Yugoslav republic's name as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev look on in the village of Psarades, in Prespes, Greece, June 17, 2018.
  • U.S. Expected to Withdraw From UN’s Human Rights Council

    U.S. Expected to Withdraw From UN’s Human Rights Council

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    The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly preview the decision. Haley threatened to pull out of the HRC previous year, citing the body's "chronic anti-Israel bias". Earlier this month, the U.N. General Assembly approved a Palestinian-backed resolution blaming Israel for the violence in Gaza . A US departure would deprive Israel of its chief defender at a forum where Israel's human rights record comes up for discussion at every single ...
  • Israel strikes launchers of burning kites from Gaza Strip

    Israel strikes launchers of burning kites from Gaza Strip

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    No injuries were reported . These are acts of terror that endanger Israeli residents living in southern Israel. The Israel Democracy Institute, a liberal think-tank, said the bill s ambiguous wording could prevent anyone besides the army from documenting soldiers, and expose Israeli soldiers to legal proceedings in global forums.
  • Memorable fathers from the movies: the good, the bad and 'The Godfather'

    Memorable fathers from the movies: the good, the bad and 'The Godfather'

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    Those whose Dad is no longer here; who have never known their Dad; have tried but Dad just let them down and the ones where external factors have damaged the relationship. Jack Nicholson's dad-from-hell is initially an understanding father, but his sanity soon goes off the rails, leading to murder and mayhem. Children are more likely to have higher IQ scores than their peers at the age of three.
  • Medicinal cannabis use to be reviewed by government

    Medicinal cannabis use to be reviewed by government

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    As Mrs May faces pressure to review the law on cannabis, Hague has joined the chorus of MPs clamouring for reform, imploring his party to abandon the "indefensible" legislation. But writing in the Daily Telegraph today Lord Hague went further, calling for the law on recreational use to be changed, saying "any war" on the drug had been "irreversibly lost".
  • USA border family separations roil campaigns ahead of midterm elections

    USA border family separations roil campaigns ahead of midterm elections

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    Eventually, Ingraham asked Sessions to respond to political opponents "demagoguing the issue" by comparing the Trump Administration's policies to those of Adolf Hitler . ProPublica has released a recording of children sobbing and wailing after being separated from their parents at the southern U.S. border. Speaking to the National Sheriffs' Association conference in New Orleans today, Sessions said there was "an important conversation occurring in this country about whether we want ...
  • 'Papa! Papa!' Audio of children stokes rage over separation

    'Papa! Papa!' Audio of children stokes rage over separation

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    In an audio recording from the center released by ProPublica , traumatized children are heard crying and calling out for their parents after being separated from their families. "It was the hardest moment in my life", the aunt told ProPublica . "The United States will not be a migrant camp and it will not be a refugee holding facility".
  • Homeland Security chief defends separating families at border

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    The Trump administration has chose to criminally prosecute any adult caught crossing the border illegally, as opposed to referring those with children mainly to immigration courts, as previous administrations did. They're only separated when there is no documentation of a custodial relationship, Nielsen said. According to Politico , there were already almost 80,000 immigration cases involving unaccompanied minors as of March 31.
  • Woman swallowed whole by 23ft python

    Woman swallowed whole by 23ft python

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    The victim, 54-year-old Wa Tiba, went missing while checking her vegetable garden near her village on Muna island in Southeast Sulawesi province on Thursday evening, according to the village chief, Faris. Villagers killed the snake, took it back to the community where they sliced it open. On Friday, her family went to look for her in the garden but found only her belongings, including sandals and a flashlight, said Faris, who uses a single name.
  • Ferry carrying 80 sinks in Indonesia’s Lake Toba

    Ferry carrying 80 sinks in Indonesia’s Lake Toba

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    The 1,145-square kilometer (440-square mile) lake, formed out of an ancient super volcano, is a popular sightseeing destination. But local officials said dozens of people are likely still unaccounted for almost a day after the sinking. The sinking is the latest in a string of deadly maritime accidents in the vast Indonesian archipelago, which relies heavily on boats to ferry people around its 17,000 islands but has a poor safety record.
  • Woman yelling 'Allahu akbar' slashes two with blade in France

    Woman yelling 'Allahu akbar' slashes two with blade in France

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    A woman crying Allahu akbar , God is great in Arabic, has injured two people with a box cutter at a supermarket in southern France , French media said. " We don't yet know if this is a terrorist act, but in any case it was terrifying ", Marchal said. Police are still trying to work out if the woman, who has a history of psychiatric problems, had planned the attack or acted on the spur of the moment.
  • Cambodian Prince injured, wife killed in accident

    Cambodian Prince injured, wife killed in accident

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    The prince's driver, a taxi driver and four passengers also sustained injuries, police said. Phalla, 39, found fame in Cambodia as a classical dancer before marrying Ranariddh, died in a local hospital while Ranariddh was airlifted to the capital Phnom Penh .
  • In Trump rebuke, US Senate votes to reimpose ban on China’s ZTE

    In Trump rebuke, US Senate votes to reimpose ban on China’s ZTE

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    The National Defense Authorization Act cleared the Senate 85-10, after the House of Representatives passed a similar bill on May 24. The US government placed a ban on ZTE earlier this year, but the Trump administration reached an agreement to lift the ban while it is negotiating broader trade agreements with China and looking to Beijing for support during negotiations to halt North Korea's nuclear weapons program.
  • North Korea's Kim visiting China on June 19-20 - state media

    North Korea's Kim visiting China on June 19-20 - state media

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    Kim Jong-un's latest visit is also significant in that it marks the first time Chinese state media have reported on a trip of his ahead of time. Kim's visit to neighbouring China - announced amid reports he'd landed - illustrates how comfortable the once-reclusive leader has become travelling overseas since Trump agreed to the meeting.
  • Trump Says Crime In Germany Is Up, It's Actually Down

    Trump Says Crime In Germany Is Up, It's Actually Down

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    Merkel would still have options if the CSU quit the coalition: Greens leader Annalena Baerbock refused on Monday to rule out replacing the CSU in Merkel's coalition. Several high profile crimes by migrants have also fuelled anger. They include a deadly 2016 Christmas market attack by a failed Tunisian asylum seeker and the rape-murder in May of a teenage girl, allegedly by an Iraqi.
  • Saudi led coalition enters Hodeidah airport -Yemen military media

    Saudi led coalition enters Hodeidah airport -Yemen military media

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    Yemen's government and its allies launched their offensive on Wednesday, since when at least 139 combatants have been killed, according to medical and military sources. He said: "We didn't have any food, or drink or anything, not even water". In the coalition's assessment, Iran has been linked to supplies of unmanned aerial vehicles, small weapons, drone boats and other arms in direct violations of UN Security Council Resolutions 2216 and 2231.
  • Trump targets another $200 billion in China imports with tariffs

    Trump targets another $200 billion in China imports with tariffs

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    China has described Donald Trump's threat to impose 10% tariffs on $200 billion of worth of Chinese goods as "blackmail" and warned it was prepared to take countermeasures if Washington goes through with them. With the world's two largest economies already engaged in a confrontation long feared by markets and industry, Trump said he was pushing forward with fresh punitive measures over Beijing's "unacceptable" move to raise its own tariffs.
  • Meghan, Duchess of Sussex's Dad Finally Speaks About Missing The Royal Wedding

    Meghan, Duchess of Sussex's Dad Finally Speaks About Missing The Royal Wedding

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    Unable to attend the event following his heart surgery, Markle said in the Monday interview that he was disappointed not to have been able to walk his daughter down the aisle. "He's great, an interesting guy, a prince, but my daughter's been a princess since the day she was born", he said. Thomas said he initially believed the photos - in which he appeared to be reading a book about the United Kingdom and looking up articles about Prince Harry and Meghan - would help his reputation.