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  • Trump Names European Union a 'Foe' of US - Leah Barkoukis

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    Asked to name the U.S.'s "biggest foe globally" in an interview conducted Saturday and aired Sunday on CBS's " Face the Nation ", Trump first mentioned the European Union, adding that "we have a lot of foes". But Trump didn't direct his tough words toward Russian Federation, the aggressor. During Sunday's comment, he said the Germans are "waving a white flag" in buying energy from Russian Federation.
  • Man accused of killing MA officer, bystander to be arraigned

    Man accused of killing MA officer, bystander to be arraigned

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    Sunday in a normally quiet neighborhood a short distance away from South Shore Hospital where Lopes had crashed a vehicle and then fled on foot away from arriving police. Sunday, and the officer's injuries have been described as "life-threatening". Weymouth Police Chief Richard Grimes identified the shooting suspect as Emanuel Lopes, and said he was in custody.
  • Obama spent a week holidaying in Tanzania before coming to Kenya

    Obama spent a week holidaying in Tanzania before coming to Kenya

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    Mr Obama, who is not accompanied by his family, left the capital Nairobi on a private jet that touched down at Kisumu International Airport on the shores of Lake Victoria. Obama arrived in the country after three years, since his last visit. Ng'iya-Ndori road that passes through Nyang'oma Kogelo trading centre has been closed and only accredited guests and media are allowed access.
  • Trump lands in 'hot spot' Britain for four-day trip

    Trump lands in 'hot spot' Britain for four-day trip

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    During his stay, the USA president will meet the Queen, the prime minister and visit Scotland. But they avoided the noise and spectacle of the protests on the ground by travelling by helicopter between the airport, London and Oxfordshire.
  • Trump Declares EU a 'Foe,' Alongside Russia and China

    Trump Declares EU a 'Foe,' Alongside Russia and China

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    But we can't blame Russian Federation for being fired up about the Trump campaign. "No Americans are involved", the former New York City mayor wrote on Twitter . "I hope it has more importance than simply for Finland, meaning I hope we'll receive a slight indication that the tensions are decreasing or at the very least that there won't be any new tensions", he stated in an interview with SVT , the public broadcaster of Sweden, on Friday.
  • Chicago Police Release Body Cam Video Man Of Deadly Shooting

    Chicago Police Release Body Cam Video Man Of Deadly Shooting

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    The video , which lacks sound, shows four officers approaching Augustus outside a store on the city's South Side. Augustus was pronounced dead at Jackson Park Hospital, fire officials said . There has been a string of US police killings of black men that have sparked nationwide protests, but the name, age and race of the man shot were not released by police early Sunday.
  • 3 police officers shot in Kansas City, rifle-wielding suspect killed

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    Two officers were wounded in that gunfire. Police said the suspect then left the scene with a passenger in the auto. The suspect later came out of the home, police exchanged gunfire again, and the suspect was killed. 40 Hwy in Kansas City around noon when two undercover officers were investigating a murder . The vehicle and passenger were found a short time later.
  • Sen. Mark Warner: Vladimir Putin will 'take advantage' of Donald Trump

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    Trump's meetings in Helsinki are scheduled to begin at 1:20 p.m. local time (6:20 a.m. EDT). CNN reported in January past year that then-FBI director James Comey told a Senate panel that "old emails" of the Republican National Committee had been the target of hacking - but the material was not publicly released - and there was no sign the current RNC or the Trump campaign had been successfully hacked.
  • Trump advises May to sue European Union, not negotiate with it

    Trump advises May to sue European Union, not negotiate with it

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    In a BBC television interview on Sunday, Mrs May said she understood the strength of feelings driving the Brexit debate. " Actually, no . We're going into negotiations with them". "If we don't, we risk ending up with no Brexit at all", she said. "My job as Prime Minister is to deliver for them", she said. Former Brexit secretary David Davis warns her "halfway house" plan could be "profoundly dangerous" and undermine the whole Brexit process.
  • Boys trapped in Thailand cave mourn diver who died in rescue mission

    Boys trapped in Thailand cave mourn diver who died in rescue mission

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    The 12 young soccer players rescued from a cave in northern Thailand paid homage Sunday to the former navy Seal who lost his life in the operation to save them. "Our condolences to Dr Richard Harris ". Picture: SuppliedThe boys' tribute to Saman Gunan. All 13 offered thanks for the support they've been given.
  • Trump arrives in Finland for summit with Putin

    Trump arrives in Finland for summit with Putin

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    German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has warned US President Donald Trump against making any unilateral deals with Russian Federation that come with a cost for the United States' Western allies. But that doesn't mean they are bad. He will hold talks with the Russian president in Helsinki on Monday. "We have always said that we need dialogue with Russian Federation".
  • State Election Officials in US Meet Amid Security Concerns

    State Election Officials in US Meet Amid Security Concerns

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    Still, she said, there are "no indications that Russian Federation is targeting the 2018 United States midterms at a scale or scope to match their activities in 2016". Department of Homeland Security officials have said there is no evidence of any election results being tampered with during the 2016 intrusions. Trump's attacks on the probe come as the Special Counsel has been investigating whether he has sought to thwart the investigation.
  • Trump Says He Hadn’t Thought of Asking Putin to Extradite Hackers

    Trump Says He Hadn’t Thought of Asking Putin to Extradite Hackers

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    Donald Trump says he may ask Vladimir Putin during their Monday summit meeting to extradite to the USA 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of attempting to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. "Well, I might", Trump said when Glor asked about possibly extraditing the Russians. Russian President Vladimir Putin's foreign affairs adviser reaffirmed Moscow's insistence that it did not try to influence the election as the US Justice Department was preparing to announce charges ...
  • Stone: My Contact With Guccifer 2.0 Detailed In Mueller Indictment Was 'Benign'

    Stone: My Contact With Guccifer 2.0 Detailed In Mueller Indictment Was 'Benign'

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    But Stone and Michael Caputo say they believe the man was an Federal Bureau of Investigation informant trying to set them up. "My contact with the campaign in 2016 was Donald Trump", he added. Those messages match ones that Stone previously released relating to the hacker Guccifer 2 .0. "The conspirators responded using the Guccifer 2.0 persona and sent the candidate stolen documents related to the candidate's opponent".
  • Trump Makes Major Royal Faux Pas While Meeting Queen Elizabeth: What Happened

    Trump Makes Major Royal Faux Pas While Meeting Queen Elizabeth: What Happened

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    The US President sparked outrage on Friday after he disrespected Queen Elizabeth II during his visit to the Windsor Castle and not too many people are happy about it. Mrs Trump mingled with school pupils and veterans, playing bowls during an outing with Theresa May's husband Philip earlier on Friday. Trump is due to fly to Scotland later on Friday for a private visit where he will spend two days at a golf course he owns, before heading to Helsinki for a summit with Russian President ...
  • European Union is foe, but China and Russian Federation as well

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    He added: "You wouldn't think of the European Union, but they're a foe". Russian Federation "is a foe in certain respects", he told CBS in an interview recorded on Saturday. "But in a trade sense, they've really taken advantage of us". I respect the leaders of those countries. There have been calls in the US for Mr Trump to cancel his meeting with Mr Putin over the indictments, announced on Friday by US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
  • Missing woman found on beach near Big Sur

    Missing woman found on beach near Big Sur

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    The Monterey County Sheriff's issued a statement saying that she had been found Friday about 200 feet down a cliff, the station reported. The Monterey County Sheriff's Office spent the last few days searching along Highway 1 for Andrea Hernandez, who was reported missing on July 6, 2018.
  • Violent protests erupt after fatal Chicago police shooting

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    The Chicago Sun-Times says scuffles broke out between protesters and police officers holding batons who had cordoned off the area. There has been a string of USA police killings of black men that have sparked nationwide protests, but the name, age and race of the man shot were not released by police early Sunday (local time).
  • UK’s Theresa May: Trump told me to ‘sue the EU’ over Brexit

    UK’s Theresa May: Trump told me to ‘sue the EU’ over Brexit

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    Trump made his first trip to the U.K.as president after a tense summit with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders in Brussels and only days after fresh ruptures in May's government over Britain's exit from the European Union. Johnson, who led the main Brexit campaign in the 2016 referendum, resigned as foreign minister last week over May's strategy which he said was killing the "Brexit dream" with self-doubt.
  • A look at Nawaz Sharif's political career

    A look at Nawaz Sharif's political career

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    According to Dawn , Khan's tweet was based on a slogan frequently raised by PTI workers and supporters at its public meetings: 'Modi Ka Jo Yaar Hai, Ghaddar Hai, Ghaddar Hai (friend of Modi is a traitor)' and his tweet was aimed at accusing the two leaders of creating tension both in Pakistan and at the borders to manipulate the situation in favour of the PML-N.
  • Air strike in Deir Ezzor kills 54 civilians and ISIS fighters

    Air strike in Deir Ezzor kills 54 civilians and ISIS fighters

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    Iraqi warplanes as well as those of the USA -led coalition have carried out attacks against areas held by ISIS in the past. The Syrian Arab News Agency ( SANA ), for its part, reported that the attacking warplanes belonged to a USA -led worldwide coalition.
  • China chemical plant blast kills 19, injures 12

    China chemical plant blast kills 19, injures 12

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    Firefighters were able to extinguish the blaze by 11.30pm , after which they told Beijing News that the cause of the blast was an ethanol explosion. China has been kicked off measures to improve industrial safety, ramping up checks over the previous year, following some high-profile incidents at coal mines and chemical plants.
  • Cops use coin flip to decide whether to arrest

    Cops use coin flip to decide whether to arrest

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    The officers ticked off Webb's potential violations. Heads, you're released and tails you go to jail - those were the odds Sarah Webb faced in a traffic stop in April. While the officer appears to have used a coin flip in the discussion of the motorist's fate, it ultimately doesn't appear to have affected the officers' decision to arrest Webb.
  • Woman Missing a Week Found Alive Down a Cliff

    Woman Missing a Week Found Alive Down a Cliff

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    Chelsea and Chad Moore - Morro Bay residents who both work in San Luis Obispo - spotted a white 2011 Jeep Patriot belonging to 23-year-old Angela Hernandez , who was last seen July 6, at the bottom of an oceanside cliff while hiking along the beach about 6:30 p.m.
  • Trump says Queen thinks Brexit is 'very complex problem'

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    May had ignored his own advice on how best to confront Brussels, he said, while praising her departed foreign secretary. The two politicians have clashed on Twitter over Trump's ban on immigrants from several mostly Muslim countries and on the president's views on crime and terrorism in Britain.
  • Israel strikes Hamas military targets in retaliation for rocket attacks

    Israel strikes Hamas military targets in retaliation for rocket attacks

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    Hamas, which rules Gaza , claimed its rocket firings were a response to Israeli strikes, adding that the organization would cease launching projectiles if the Jewish state stopped attacking targets in the Strip. He was referring to a border protest Friday in which two Palestinians were killed. Molotov cocktails, flaming tyres and stones were also hurled in the direction of its soldiers, according to the Israeli army.
  • 'Ceasefire reached' between Israel and Gaza militants

    'Ceasefire reached' between Israel and Gaza militants

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    In a relatively rare admission, Hamas said it fired the rockets to deter Israel from further action. Fifteen people have been wounded across Gaza, the ministry said. In a statement, the military said Hamas' activities "violate Israeli sovereignty, endanger Israeli civilians and sabotage Israel's humanitarian efforts that aim to help Gazan civilians".
  • 'Together against Trump,' thousands protest peacefully in London

    'Together against Trump,' thousands protest peacefully in London

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    A White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said later that "The President likes and respects Prime Minister May very much". At the same location a week ago, May finally won agreement for her Brexit plans from her cabinet after two years of internal wrangling, but within days, two senior ministers had quit, departures which Trump said earlier in the week had left Britain in "turmoil".
  • Ireland Is Closer Than Ever to Economically Boycotting Israel

    Ireland Is Closer Than Ever to Economically Boycotting Israel

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    Israel reacted with concern over the "populist, risky and extremist boycott", while a spokesman for the PLO expressed "sincere appreciation" for the initiative. Orde F. Kittrie - who teaches law at Arizona State University and is a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) think tank - asserted that if "companies abide by the Irish law, they could violate US law, which prohibits USA companies from participating in foreign boycotts that the US government does not endorse".
  • China's trade surplus widens in June as imports drop

    China's trade surplus widens in June as imports drop

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    China's total exports rose 11.3% year-on-year in June, beating a Bloomberg News forecast of 9.5%. US President Donald Trump had already threatened to impose additional tariffs if China - the world's largest exporter - retaliates. Imports increased by 14.1%, below the forecast 21.3%. The spiraling battle between Beijing and Washington shows no signs of cooling down. He told ABC News his company, IncredibleGifts, typically imports the red hats from China and embroiders them in the U.S.
  • Jaguar Escapes, Kills 6 Animals At New Orleans Zoo

    Jaguar Escapes, Kills 6 Animals At New Orleans Zoo

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    No humans were injured, but the jaguar attacked and killed four alpaca, one emu, and one fox in nearby habitats. "The animal care team is devastated by this tragic loss", Audubon Zoo Communications Specialist Frank Donze said. "In the history of Audubon, at least the last 50 years, we have not had any incident", said Ron Forman, head of the Audubon Nature Institute . In a Facebook post in February, the zoo called Valerio the jaguar a "big lovable goofball" and encouraged visitors to see him ...
  • Trump says Obama failed to stop Russian hacking in 2016 election

    Trump says Obama failed to stop Russian hacking in 2016 election

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    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Friday that he informed Trump of the indictments earlier in the week. "There's no allegation in this indictment that any American citizen committed a crime", Rosenstein added, although the "conspirators corresponded with several Americans during the course of the conspiracy through the internet".
  • Thailand cave kids will get out of hospital next week

    Thailand cave kids will get out of hospital next week

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    The young boys, ages 11 through to 16, and their coach had plans to explore the complex cave system for an hour or so following a soccer practice the team had engaged in on June 23. Thai navy SEALs guided each boy one-by-one along the 2.5-mile route. The Thai Navy SEAL commander said the Royal Thai Navy is always prepared to respond to disasters in the country, stressing his belief in the capabilities of all officials, and thanked for the dedication from all personnel and support from the ...
  • Man charged in boulder crash that killed mother, daughter

    Man charged in boulder crash that killed mother, daughter

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    Czeck, on Wednesday. Rosemount Police Chief Mitchell Scott says it isn't clear whether Czeck was aware that the boulder had fallen out of the truck or that it had caused a collision. "She is the most wonderful person I have ever met", Kilian said in a statement released Wednesday night, WCCO reported. On Wednesday night, the Rosemount Police Department took Czeck into custody, where he is being held pending charges.
  • Trump shares letter from Kim, touts progress in talks

    Trump shares letter from Kim, touts progress in talks

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    Case in point: On Thursday, the USA president posted a letter from the North Korean dictator as evidence that "great progress" was being made between the two countries. Forces Korea and the UNC. Representatives of the two countries had been poised to meet in Panmunjom, which is regarded as the truce village on the inter-Korean border.
  • Trump Takes Turn at Turnberry Golf Resort Before Putin Meeting

    Trump Takes Turn at Turnberry Golf Resort Before Putin Meeting

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    Meanwhile, the police are investigating how a paragliding protester got so close to Donald Trump's Turnberry golf complex last night and said he had put himself "in grave danger" for entering an exclusion zone. And neither the protesters themselves nor the placards they carried-colorful, irreverent, and in great numbers-pulled many punches. Protests in London have broken out to stand against everything he represents, a large baby Blimp of Trump in a diaper was launched to express ...
  • Clinton campaign head says Russian hacker charges show crimes against USA 'democracy'

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    With the new indictment , his office has filed charges against 32 people on crimes ranging from hacking to money laundering to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "The question is for how long will they continue to flog this shameful comedy that disgraces the United States ". The indictment came just days before Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin .
  • Republicans demand interview with ex-FBI lawyer this week

    Republicans demand interview with ex-FBI lawyer this week

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    House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said Page has "a duty to testify so the American People get the truth". But New York Rep. Meanwhile, other GOP lawmakers slammed Page's over her refusal to appear for the interview on Wednesday, with Ron DeSantis of Florida calling it "pathetic" and Jim Jordan of OH said she was "once again showing the double standard".
  • Toomey, Senate seek congressional role in tariff decisions

    Toomey, Senate seek congressional role in tariff decisions

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    The resolution has passed by an 88-11 vote, with 11 Republicans voting "no". But supporters presented it as an important statement, and potentially a first step toward ultimately passing legislation giving Congress veto power over some of Trump's trade moves.