• Ex-Trump aide Manafort ordered to jail
Ex-Trump aide Manafort ordered to jail

They suggested the solution would be for prosecutors to identify their witnesses and then the judge can tell Manafort whom he cannot contact. Paul Manafort departs Federal District Court after a hearing, Thursday, April 19, 2018, in Washington .

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  • Feds pieced together Trump fixer Michael Cohen's shredded documents, retrieved encrypted texts
Feds pieced together Trump fixer Michael Cohen's shredded documents, retrieved encrypted texts

Interested in Donald Trump? "And he's a good person", Trump added. The FBI was also able to recover information from one of two Blackberries seized in the raid , resulting in approximately 315 megabytes of data, authorities said. "The government has conferred with counsel for Cohen and the parties jointly proposed to the court that - with the ...

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  • 2 people fall 34 feet after roller coaster derails in Daytona Beach
2 people fall 34 feet after roller coaster derails in Daytona Beach

The cause of the accident is being investigated. The two who fell were more seriously injured. After the accident, responders raced to the scene , working to keep the dangling auto from falling. A Halifax Health Medical Center spokeswoman said the hospital received nine patients from the accident. "It was definitely chaotic and time-sensit...

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  • Russian Federation 2018: Pogba helps France beat Australia
Russian Federation 2018: Pogba helps France beat Australia

Antoine Griezmann's 57th minute penalty was cancelled out three minutes later by Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak , who also converted from the spot. In the 30th minute, Risdon took the ball away from Griezmann's foot at a crucial moment after the Atletico Madrid player brought it down with a fine control, preventing him from unleashing from cl...

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  • 'Upskirting' law blocked by Tory MP
'Upskirting' law blocked by Tory MP

A Government spokesman said: "This behaviour is a ugly invasion of privacy which leaves victims feeling degraded and distressed". The bill would make the crime punishable by up to two years in prison . Sir Christopher has yet to speak out about his intervention, but upskirting victim Gina Martin - who started the campaign for the new law - sai...

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  • Trump targets $50bn in China goods, vows more if needed
Trump targets $50bn in China goods, vows more if needed

Mr Trump has previously said that if China retaliated, he would impose tariffs on a further $US100b in goods. US President Donald Trump on Friday slapped a stiff 25 per cent tariff on $ 50 billion worth of Chinese goods "containing industrially significant technologies", citing theft of intellectual property and unfair trade practices....

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  • UN Resolution on Gaza Blow to US
UN Resolution on Gaza Blow to US

The motion passed with 120 nations in favor, 8 opposed and 45 abstaining. Hamas has also billed the protests as the " Great March of Return ", suggesting they would somehow pave the way for a return of Palestinian refugees and their descendants - about two-thirds of Gaza's residents - to return to ancestral homes in what is now Israel.

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  • Pro-Europe MPs in Uproar at Brexit Amendment Offer
Pro-Europe MPs in Uproar at Brexit Amendment Offer

Lawmakers kicked off two days of debate on Tuesday on changes to May's Brexit blueprint, or European Union withdrawal bill, after the upper house of parliament, the House of Lords , introduced 15 changes. Only if February 2019 arrived without a deal would Parliament then take over. The resignation comes ahead of a crunch Commons votes on Brexi...

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  • Id-El-Fitr: FG declares Friday, Monday public holidays
Id-El-Fitr: FG declares Friday, Monday public holidays

How do you celebrate Eid al-Fitr? Bukhari said that the festival will be celebrated on Saturday as there was no sight of moon anywhere across the country today. The committee's research chief earlier said moon will not be visible on the evening of Thursday. Sultan Bin Saeed Al Badi Al Dhaheri, Minister of Justice issued the resolution for the...

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  • Kim summit: USA president will leave early as talks 'moving rapidly'
Kim summit: USA president will leave early as talks 'moving rapidly'

He also thanked his Singapore hosts for their hospitality. Trump says "we've got a very interesting meeting in particular tomorrow, and I think things can work out very nicely". "We have 5,000 Home Team officers such as police and emergency response teams like civil defence", he was quoted as saying by Channel News Asia. During the flight fro...

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  • Proposal to split California into three states makes November ballot
Proposal to split California into three states makes November ballot

The initiative was sponsored by California-based venture capitalist Tim Draper , who had previously sponsored ballot initiatives to partition his home state. "This milestone is a testament to the energized spirit of Californians wanting to create a better future for themselves and their communities", said Citizens for Cal 3 spokeswoman Peggy Grand...

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  • 'The Devil Is in the Detail': Russia Reacts to Trump-Kim Summit
'The Devil Is in the Detail': Russia Reacts to Trump-Kim Summit

He said he would discuss it "at great length" at an upcoming news conference, and indicated it would be made available publicly. The meeting, long sought by Pyongyang, will be the first ever between a serving United States president and a North Korean leader, and will focus on the nuclear bombs and ballistic missiles the North has spent decades...

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  • Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner made $82 million past year
Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner made $82 million past year

Ivanka Trump reported 3.9 million dollars from her stake in the Trump International Hotel in Washington , as well as more than 2 million dollars in severance pay from the Trump Organization , the Washington Post said, citing financial disclosure forms released on Tuesday.

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  • Most senior military officials caught off guard by Trump
Most senior military officials caught off guard by Trump "war games" announcement

Trump's decision. North Korea regularly calls the military exercises provocative preparations for a northward invasion, and numerous scariest standoffs in recent years on the Korean Peninsula have happened when the drills were being staged.

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  • Memphis Woman Arrested After Traveling With Children Inside of Pet Kennels
Memphis Woman Arrested After Traveling With Children Inside of Pet Kennels

Footage of the incident, which was sent to police by an anonymous bystander, shows the moment the woman let her grandchildren out of the kennels, which were placed in the back of her vehicle. I only met her like once maybe twice. "There were no air conditioning vents in the back of the vehicle and the children became hot". "If she did that, then ...

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  • Tough talk: US envoy on how to negotiate with North Korea
Tough talk: US envoy on how to negotiate with North Korea

Two separate photos from the Singaporean government and AFP show North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (L) and U.S. President Trump arriving in Singapore on June 10, ahead of their historic summit . Regis Hotel where he is staying, through the famous Orchard Road shopping district, which was closed off for his tightly guarded motorcade. A convoy ...

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  • Trump Says Russia Should Be Allowed Back In The G-7
Trump Says Russia Should Be Allowed Back In The G-7

It may also add to concerns in the United States and among allies that the U.S. President, whose campaign team is under investigation for possible collusion with Russian Federation, is too close to the Kremlin. As he headed to the G-7 Summit, President Trump threw our ostensible allies another curve. Speaking from China where Putin was attend...

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  • Soldier killed in Somalia attack identified
Soldier killed in Somalia attack identified

The combined Somali National Security Forces, Kenyan Defense Force and USA force came under mortar and small-arms fire at about 2:45 p.m. Mogadishu time (7:45 a.m. A U.S. Africa Command statement says the four wounded are now in the care of the U.S. Embassy medical team in neighboring Kenya. Hundreds of newly trained al-Shabab fighters perf...

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  • Trump deepens G7 divide with call to readmit Russian Federation
Trump deepens G7 divide with call to readmit Russian Federation

Trudeau said he had told Trump that the talks had been made more complicated by a US decision to impose tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum, ostensibly for national security reasons. Trump gave "a long, frank rant", the official said, repeating a position he carried through the 2016 USA election campaign into the White House that the Unite...

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  • Expect disagreements over tariffs at G7 summit - Canada official
Expect disagreements over tariffs at G7 summit - Canada official

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo dated Monday. The two world leaders spoke on the phone last week when the USA had just announced they would impose steel and aluminium tariffs on the European Union, Mexico and Canada.

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  • Luxury resort named as Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un summit venue
Luxury resort named as Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un summit venue

Rodman, who was a contestant on Celebrity Big Brother in the United Kingdom in 2006, has visited North Korea five times in the past and has taken some of the credit for getting the two leaders together. local time June 12 at - or 9 p.m. June 11 on the East Coast of the USA - after a flurry of on-again-off-again action. Last week, Trump met with...

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  • Canada trade minister attacks Trump duties, says Ottawa will resist tariffs
Canada trade minister attacks Trump duties, says Ottawa will resist tariffs

Mnuchin also noted that when it came to the other countries' views on USA trade actions that "there was clearly a consensus from the rest of them", according to the Wall Street Journal . Trump wrote in a series of tweets that his trade negotiations with China and a slew of US allies would break down large trade barriers faced by American farmers.

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  • Volcanic lava buries two housing tracts on Hawaii's Big Island
Volcanic lava buries two housing tracts on Hawaii's Big Island

The latest two communities affected by the lava flow had been ordered evacuated beforehand and there were no immediate reports of any casualties. Okabe describes the area as a mix of vacation rentals and year-round residences. Civil defense spokeswoman Janet Snyder said later county tax records show the two subdivisions consist of 279 homes com...

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  • Populists campaign in Sicily after forming Italy government
Populists campaign in Sicily after forming Italy government

Mr. Mattarella paved the way for the formation of the alliance between the two populist parties when he threatened to break a long stalemate by appointing a technocratic government. The newly chosen minister Giovanni Tria is in favour of Italy's continued membership of the eurozone. During a visit to a migrant reception centre in the southern S...

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  • Hawaii volcano lava destroys hundreds of homes overnight
Hawaii volcano lava destroys hundreds of homes overnight

About 500 homes in Kapoho Beach Lots and Vacationland were in the direct path of the lava, officials from the County of Hawaii Civil Defense told ABC News. said. There is NO tsunami threat to Hawaii after a 5.5 (preliminary magnitude 5.6) natural disaster reported at 4:32 a.m. on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 in the Summit Region of the Kilauea Vol...

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  • India registers whopping Q4 FY18 growth rate
India registers whopping Q4 FY18 growth rate

The GDP growth during the third quarter of the fiscal was at 7 per cent. It seems like we have moved beyond the teething troubles related to GST implementation. "A sustained rise in oil prices to $100 a barrel could even lead to a re-emergence of some of the external and currency risks that existed pre-2014", said Priyanka Kishore, head of India ...

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  • Giuliani: Trump actually could pardon himself
Giuliani: Trump actually could pardon himself

Though Giuliani pointed out that he never made the argument or held the position that President Trump has the legal, power of attorney to end an investigation into himself , he pointed out that such an action would lead to an impeachment .

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  • China warns USA against imposing trade sanctions as talks end
China warns USA against imposing trade sanctions as talks end

Group of Seven finance ministers expressed " disappointment " over Trump's decision to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum on Canada, the European Union and Mexico. China has countered with threats of tariffs of its own. "The outcome of the talks should be based on the prerequisite that the two parties meet each other halfway and will not engage i...

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  • Russia Agrees to Let Israel Attack Iranian Forces in Syria
Russia Agrees to Let Israel Attack Iranian Forces in Syria

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned his government would not allow Iran to maintain a military presence anywhere inside Syria. On Friday, the newspaper reported Israel and Russian Federation had reached an agreement green-lighting Israeli strikes on Iranian targets in Syria, as well as the withdrawal of Tehran-backed troops from Syri...

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  • Dozens Dead, Hundreds Injured as Result of Volcano Eruption in Guatemala
Dozens Dead, Hundreds Injured as Result of Volcano Eruption in Guatemala

Fuego is one of three active volcanos in Guatemala . The volcano is located some 25 miles south-west of Guatemala City and has been spewing smoke and ash. Guatemala's President Jimmy Morales said a national emergency is underway. An employee sweeps the entrance of a gas station covered with ash after Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupted viole...

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  • Greitens accepted deal with St. Louis prosecutor to dismiss computer-tampering charge
Greitens accepted deal with St. Louis prosecutor to dismiss computer-tampering charge

The governor on Saturday also called Republican consultant Jeff Roe, who headed Greitens' aggressive public relations campaign, to inform Roe that he had chose to resign. Gardner said at the time that she dropped the invasion of privacy charge after the judge in the case ruled that he would allow Greitens' attorneys to depose Gardner about wh...

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  • North Korea summit back on for June 12
North Korea summit back on for June 12

The historic meeting between Mr Trump and Kim Jong-un would be the first between sitting United States and North Korean leaders. Trump previously cancelled the summit scheduled for June 12 in Singapore, but both sides have since made fresh efforts to hold it as planned.

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  • Russian journalist’s death faked ‘to thwart Kremlin assassination bid’
Russian journalist’s death faked ‘to thwart Kremlin assassination bid’

Before ushering Mr Babchenko into the room, Mr Gritsak said investigators had identified a Ukrainian citizen who was allegedly paid 40,000 dollars (£30,000) by Russian security services to organise and carry out the hit. "I used to be a good soldier", Babchenko wrote in 2017. Ukrainian officials led by Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman ha...

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  • Melania Trump Spotted, 20 Days After Her Last Public Appearance
Melania Trump Spotted, 20 Days After Her Last Public Appearance

In the White House , of course. Former football star Herschel Walker is mobbed as he arrives Wednesday for the White House field day on the South Lawn. Melania Trump hasn't been seen in public since May 14. "Work hard, get in the game, play to win and, most of all, have a good time ", the president told the youngsters.

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  • Canada's Justin Trudeau says NAFTA talks broke down after Pence made ultimatum
Canada's Justin Trudeau says NAFTA talks broke down after Pence made ultimatum

USA tariffs of 25 percent on steel imports and 10 percent on aluminium from the affected countries came into effect at midnight in Washington - 06.00 Central European Time (CET). Thursday's tariff announcement by the White House will further complicate agreeing on a G-7 agenda. But their hopes came crashing down when US Commerce Secretary...

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  • Stormy's lawyer ends bid for role in Cohen case
Stormy's lawyer ends bid for role in Cohen case

She said lawyers for Cohen, Trump and the Trump Organization had made 252 total privilege designations from materials produced by the government on May 8 and May 9. "Until you are admitted here, I don't expect you to stand and be heard" at future hearings. Nor would he be able to publicly "degenerate Mr. Cohen". "I want you to participate, or not...

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  • Trump insists he didn't fire Comey over Russian Federation probe, contradicting himself
Trump insists he didn't fire Comey over Russian Federation probe, contradicting himself

But in an interview with NBC's Lester Holt previous year, Trump said that the Russian Federation investigation was on his mind when he chose to fire Comey. "President Trump told us it was about Russia ", Berman pointed out. "They acted appropriately, these were not spies in the Trump campaign.' The president says the opposite - who's r...

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  • Lava flow stops after covering 2 wells at geothermal plant
Lava flow stops after covering 2 wells at geothermal plant

Hawaii authorities have a message for residents in some areas affected by the Kilauea volcano: evacuate or get arrested. "You are at risk of being isolated due to possible lava inundation of Beach Road near Four Corners", the USGS warned Wednesday.

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  • U.S., N.Korea Hold More Talks at Inter-Korean Border
U.S., N.Korea Hold More Talks at Inter-Korean Border

That suggests Mr Kim might have chosen to first go to NY because it would make it easier for him to communicate with officials in Pyongyang, North Korea's capital. The United States has demanded the "complete, verifiable, and irreversible" dismantlement of North Korea's nuclear weapons program. It allowed Mr Moon to push for a US-North Korean...

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  • Japan reports another suspected case of North Korea sanctions violation
Japan reports another suspected case of North Korea sanctions violation

Trump had mused that Kim's "attitude" had changed after the North Korean leader's surprise visit to China two weeks ago, suggesting China was pushing Kim away from the table. That suggests Kim might have chosen to first go to NY because it would make it easier for him to communicate with officials in Pyongyang, North Korea's capital.

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  • Afghanistan Interior Ministry attack in Kabul as ISIS and Taliban continue assault
Afghanistan Interior Ministry attack in Kabul as ISIS and Taliban continue assault

A spokesman for the ministry, Najib Danesh, said eight suicide bombers were involved in the attack, which began with a auto bombing outside the compound. The U.S. military said the May 24 meeting involved commanders from different Afghan provinces, including neighboring Farah, where Taliban fighters briefly threatened to overrun the provincial capi...

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  • 'Murdered' Russian Journo Pops Up At Press Conference About His Own Death
'Murdered' Russian Journo Pops Up At Press Conference About His Own Death

To applause and gasps, Babchenko took the floor and apologized to the friends and family who mourned for him and were unaware of the plan. Babchenko apologized to his wife "for the hell she had to go through in the past two days". He said Ukrainian law enforcement had been aware of a contract on his head for two months. Reporters Without B...

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  • Wildwood Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Controversial Beach Arrest
Wildwood Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Controversial Beach Arrest

The newly released video shows officers approach Weinman at a Wildwood beach, question the 20-year-old and a friend about underage drinking and make them take a breathalyzer test. And police said she "forcibly struck" the arresting officer in the torso, causing the body camera to shut off. Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano said the body camera foota...

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  • Experts weigh pros and cons of MRT3, HSR
Experts weigh pros and cons of MRT3, HSR

In an interview with The Edge weekly published yesterday, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, whose coalition swept to power on May 9, raised the possibility of both rail projects being dropped. "Projections until 2069 were seen to potentially bring in RM650 billion in GNI while 110,000 jobs could have eventually expanded into 442,000 jobs", he sa...

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  • Ukraine faked journalist's assassination to catch hitmen
Ukraine faked journalist's assassination to catch hitmen

Babchenko fled Russian Federation past year, fearing for his life, and settled in Ukraine. Arkady Babchenko , a Russian and fierce anti-Kremlin journalist, was fatally shot in Kiev on Tuesday, Ukrainian police said . Leaders in Moscow , conversely, pinned the blame on Ukrainian authorities, saying that the government was unable to adequately p...

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  • South doused with heavy rains from remnants of Alberto
South doused with heavy rains from remnants of Alberto

As the first named storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, Subtropical Storm Alberto lumbered ashore Monday afternoon in the Florida Panhandle and then weakened overnight to a depression. Since May 15, the Triad has received about 3 inches of rain as recorded at Piedmont Triad International Airport, said Phil Badgett, a weather service met...

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  • Utah man, wife freed from Venezuela, return to US
Utah man, wife freed from Venezuela, return to US

President Donald Trump said Holt and his family were expected at the White House on Saturday evening. Some family members admit over those two years there were times when they had doubts, but they held out for this day and it finally came.

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  • Moving Lava Sparks Immediate Evacuations In Hawaii
Moving Lava Sparks Immediate Evacuations In Hawaii

Hawaiii County Civil Defense said that lava had reached the Puna Geothermal Venture Plant, covering a well. Magma has drained from Kilauea's summit lava lake and flowed around 40km east underground, bursting out of about two dozen giant cracks or fissures near the plant.

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  • Plan for June summit with North Korea 'hasn't changed'
Plan for June summit with North Korea 'hasn't changed'

Earlier on Sunday (local time), South Korean President Moon Jae-in said he and North Korea's Mr Kim had agreed during a surprise meeting on Saturday the North Korea-US summit must be held . The United States and South Korea blacklisted Kim Yong Chol for supporting the North's nuclear and missile programmes in 2010 and 2016, respectively.

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  • Freedom Caucus chairman: Who was Federal Bureau of Investigation informant reporting to?
Freedom Caucus chairman: Who was Federal Bureau of Investigation informant reporting to?

He also said former FBI Director James Comey was guilty of an illegal leak when he directed a friend to share the contents of memos about his interactions with Trump to the media in May 2017, which led to bipartisan calls for a special counsel in the Russian Federation probe.

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