• Death Toll Rising In Canada Heat Wave
Death Toll Rising In Canada Heat Wave

Health authorities reported that the number of heat casualties increased to 50 people. "There are still two days left of particularly hot weather with particularly high humidex levels", Genereux said. Temperatures were in the mid-90s for Montreal on Sunday and Monday, about 20 degrees higher than the normal temperatures this time of year. "Obviou...

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  • Woman Dies After Exposure to Soviet-Era Nerve Agent in England
Woman Dies After Exposure to Soviet-Era Nerve Agent in England

Dawn Sturgess, from Durrington, died at Salisbury District Hospital earlier this evening, the Meteropolitan Police said. Her boyfriend Charlie Rowley , 45, was also exposed to the nerve agent around the same time and place - and he remains in critical condition and in a coma at the Salisbury hospital.

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  • 'D-Day': unsafe mission underway to save Thai boys trapped in cave
'D-Day': unsafe mission underway to save Thai boys trapped in cave

Four of 12 Thai schoolboys were rescued from a flooded cave on Sunday in a daring and unsafe operation to save the children and their soccer coach who have been trapped underground for more than two weeks. The announcement of US government involvement was sudden and this tweet is looked at as Trump's first public comment on the rescue mission. ...

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  • Donald Trump urged to avoid controversial Supreme Court pick
Donald Trump urged to avoid controversial Supreme Court pick

The only problem is, he hasn't announced his nominee yet. On Sunday there was no indication that he had yet made his decision, as speculation continued to swirl around the appointment. He's also had a hand in Trump's picks for lower courts; the president has gotten a whopping 21 circuit court judges confirmed since taking office and almost all we...

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  • Hormuz Strait either for all, or for none: Iranian commander
Hormuz Strait either for all, or for none: Iranian commander

Iran's remaining partners in the 2015 nuclear deal vowed Friday to keep the energy exporter plugged into the global economy despite the USA withdrawal and sanctions threat. The pillars of the European Union's strategy are: European Investment Bank lending, a special measure to shield EU companies from US secondary sanctions, and a Commission propos...

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  • Pompeo arrives in North Korea to hammer out details on nukes
Pompeo arrives in North Korea to hammer out details on nukes

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reportedly plans on gifting North Korean leader Kim Jong Un an Elton John CD featuring the song " Rocket Man ." . Four other US officials said the Hermit Kingdom was purposely trying to mislead the U.S. Kim, whose term as the defense-committee chief recently ended, is a member of the conservative party that h...

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  • Trump Believes Jim Jordan ‘100%,’ Among ‘Most Outstanding’ in D.C.
Trump Believes Jim Jordan ‘100%,’ Among ‘Most Outstanding’ in D.C.

Yetts, for his part, did speak briefly about his time in prison when reached by NBC News reporters for an interview earlier in the week. "I don't believe them at all". Sources tell Fox News that Jordan had previously forwarded the emails to Chief of Staff Kevin Eichinger and Jordan's attorney. "Jimmy said something to the extent of, 'If he ...

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  • Gang may have used drones to help Redoine Faid escape prison
Gang may have used drones to help Redoine Faid escape prison

Redoine Faid was in the visiting room in Réau prison when the three men burst in on Sunday morning and extracted him with the help of a Belgium-registered helicopter that landed in one of the prison courtyards. The helicopter was found shortly afterwards in a suburb northeast of Paris , along with the pilot, who had been beaten and was taken ...

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  • Election of new Mexican president adds uncertainty to future of NAFTA talks
Election of new Mexican president adds uncertainty to future of NAFTA talks

Lopez Obrador told the Televisa network Monday that he will respect the current team of negotiators, and let them continue representing Mexico until he takes office December 1, noting that he wants to have information on what's being discussed and "to help as much as we can".

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  • Iran's Rouhani in Vienna to shore up nuclear deal
Iran's Rouhani in Vienna to shore up nuclear deal

But all the other signatories to the nuclear deal say they still support it. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is set to meet with counterparts from the five other countries in the nuclear deal - the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia and China - on Friday in a bid to save the deal, which sought to curb Iran's nuclear program in ...

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  • Trump, Putin set for Helsinki Showdown July 16
Trump, Putin set for Helsinki Showdown July 16

And so how much is the froth of Trump's Twitter feed, and how much is big macro forces happening in the world, I think is debatable. "Alastair and I both worked in Downing Street, and you had a pretty good idea that the United States president had your back".

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  • Rutland family seeks help after Bahamas explosion severely injures daughter
Rutland family seeks help after Bahamas explosion severely injures daughter

Brooke and Paul managed to escape the blast with minor injuries, but Stacey also suffered serious injuries in the blast. Her mother Stacey also suffered a fractured leg and at least two broken ribs. Video posted online shows the boat engulfed by flamed and smoke after the blast. Four Americans were airlifted to a hospital in Florida, the US...

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  • Syrian opposition in talks with Russian Federation over Daraa peace deal
Syrian opposition in talks with Russian Federation over Daraa peace deal

Moscow is Assad's strongest ally and its air power since 2015 has been crucial to his recapture of vast swathes of Syria. But many residents of opposition towns worry that a deal struck with Russian Federation would only be violated later on, said Daraa activist Omar Hariri.

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  • Michael Cohen's Bombshell
Michael Cohen's Bombshell "Good Morning America" Interview - Everything You Should Know

Asked whether Trump had prior knowledge of both events, Cohen demurred, saying that he couldn't comment on advice of his counsel. Mr Cohen's offices had been raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation the month before following a referral from Robert Mueller , the special counsel investigating possible Russian interference during the 2016...

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  • Area dog goes viral after saving owner from rattlesnake bite
Area dog goes viral after saving owner from rattlesnake bite

Todd, her "hero of a puppy", courageously jumped in front of its owner's leg where she "surely would have got bit". But, she said, her "hero of a puppy" saved her. "This is what a hero looks like", she said. "Of course, I would rather have been bitten by the snake, but he did [instead]". Todd noticed the rattlesnake coming towards them before Goo...

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  • Capital Gazette victim Rob Hiaasen to be remembered at 'Celebration of Life'
Capital Gazette victim Rob Hiaasen to be remembered at 'Celebration of Life'

Ramos' grudge against the paper resembled a war of sorts, court documents suggest. The woman said she hadn't written him in months. "I don't think I know anyone still there, but still, I lost family", Driscoll said. Journalists, like all Americans, should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their jobs. Singer-songwrite...

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  • ICE Officials Call to Abolish ICE Over Trump's Policy
ICE Officials Call to Abolish ICE Over Trump's Policy

In an interview on Fox News set to air Sunday, Trump suggested that the issue would hurt Democrats in the midterm elections because ICE helps eradicate violent gangs. By contrast, 20 percent wanted family separation through arrests and jailing of parents. Immigration enforcement is important, both sides agree on that.

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  • Dems Cutting Their Own Throats by Calling for Abolishing ICE
Dems Cutting Their Own Throats by Calling for Abolishing ICE

A makeshift tent city emerged here amid the turmoil surrounding President Trump's border crackdown and family separation policies, and for the 11 days the protesters had effectively shut down ICE's offices as they demanded the agency be abolished.

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  • Ten bodies found hanging from roof in India house of horror
Ten bodies found hanging from roof in India house of horror

Joint CP Delhi said that they are probing all the angles and are not ruling out anything now. According to Rajesh khurana, Joint CP Central Range, Delhi Police, "Bodies of seven women and four men, including three teenagers have been found".

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  • 'We care': Protesters of family separations flood U.S. cities
'We care': Protesters of family separations flood U.S. cities

In a couple of weekend tweets , Trump praised ICE as "one of the smartest, toughest and most spirited law enforcement groups" and said there's "Zero chance" that the border security agency will be abolished. Protesters have rallied across the U.S, demanding that the agency be abolished - calls that have been echoed by politicians. The an...

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  • Bali flights cancelled as volcano erupts
Bali flights cancelled as volcano erupts

The airport closure affected about 75,000 passengers internationally and resulted in almost 450 flights cancelled, according to Indonesia's National Disaster Mitigation Agency. The holiday plans of thousands of Aussies have been thrown into chaos, with Bali's Mount Agung volcano forcing the closure of the island's worldwide airport.

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  • Rep. Pramila Jayapal arrested at Washington DC protest
Rep. Pramila Jayapal arrested at Washington DC protest

One woman who did not give her name told Breitbart News that she took part in the protest because she was "worried that democracy was dying". Wearing stickers that said "Deport Trump", and "F**k Trump" shirts, the protestors chanted slogans like "No ban no wall, America is home to all".

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  • Macron wants asylum centres to hold migrants
Macron wants asylum centres to hold migrants

Under the EU's so-called Dublin rules, asylum seekers must be processed in the country where they first arrive - usually Italy, Greece or Spain. "Can't be that country that would greatly benefit from the solidarity of the EU, EN masse has stated on national egoism when it concerns the topic of migration", - said the French President.

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  • Donald Trump hails 'great victory' over travel ban ruling
Donald Trump hails 'great victory' over travel ban ruling

Several former law clerks have said that Kennedy, a nominee of President Ronald Reagan, preferred to be replaced by a Republican . McConnell already said in May that a potential Supreme Court battle would move to the front of the judicial confirmation pipeline.

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  • New Zealand PM names daughter Neve, leaves hospital
New Zealand PM names daughter Neve, leaves hospital

Ardern is the first world leader in almost 30 years to have a child while in office. "Maybe you've all had a calming effect as she's finally gone to sleep", says Ardern, as she fronted a media scrum as the anxious sound of camera shutters fluttered in the background .

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  • Mike Pompeo says won’t put timeline on North Korea denuclearization steps
Mike Pompeo says won’t put timeline on North Korea denuclearization steps

In a statement, a U.D. official said the timeline will clarify what the implementation of the summit agreement should look like. North Korea and South Korea have also agreed to resume the reunions of war-torn families in mid-August. Each of the actions we have taken, his decision to suspend the high level war games, it's only so long as there...

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  • Zsa Zsa The English Bulldog Names World’s Ugliest Dog
Zsa Zsa The English Bulldog Names World’s Ugliest Dog

Zsa Zsa and her large tongue not only beat out the other dogs, but she brought ome $1500. The dogs walk down a red carpet and are evaluated by a panel of judges. Others vying for the title included a blackhead-covered Chinese Crested-Dachshund mutt, a bulldog mix with excess wrinkly skin and a Pekingese named Wild Thang.

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  • Saudi Arabia Lifts Ban On Women Drivers
Saudi Arabia Lifts Ban On Women Drivers

Although women do not need male permission to obtain a driver's license, the culture still dictates that fathers, husbands and brothers have final say. Saudia Arabia's transformation, including allowing women greater freedoms and equality, may be essential to its economy. They ensured restaurants and stores closed their doors for daily prayers an...

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  • Erdogan, ruling AK Party take early lead in Turkish elections
Erdogan, ruling AK Party take early lead in Turkish elections

Along with the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), the AK Party's election ally, the People's Alliance has won 55.57 percent of the vote so far. Addressing a rally in Istanbul on Saturday attended by hundreds of thousands of people, Ince promised to reverse what he and opposition parties see as a swing towards authoritarian rule under Erdogan in th...

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  • Battle rages for airport in key Yemen aid hub
Battle rages for airport in key Yemen aid hub

The AP could not immediately reach the Iranian companies for comment, but Iran has mocked previous show-and-tell events by Saudi and American officials. "There is death and destruction everywhere in this city", he said. The UN has warned that some 600,000 civilians in the settlement could be affected by the battle.

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  • Catholic priest slaps crying baby during baptism
Catholic priest slaps crying baby during baptism

As the video comes to an end, the man can be seen grabbing the child back from the priest. The dad however manages to rescue the child and glares at the priest before the footage cuts out. The clergyman hit the child in the face with his left hand after he lost his temper when the child would not stop crying during the ceremony. Another outrage...

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  • A struggle for next steps on immigration — WHAT'S HAPPENING
A struggle for next steps on immigration — WHAT'S HAPPENING

Trump acted after encountering mushrooming blowback from Democrats, Republicans, evangelical leaders, former first ladies - even the pope. CNN's Tal Kopan, citing a senior government official, reported earlier Wednesday that the order did not contain any procedures for how to reunite children now in the care of the federal government with t...

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  • Trump orders halt to family separations
Trump orders halt to family separations

GOP lawmakers, increasingly fearful of a voter backlash in November, are struggling to find a way out of the problem created by the Trump administration's policy of treating all immigrants who cross the border in criminal, rather than civil, proceedings that result in family separations.

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  • Jeff Sessions: Family Separations Are 'Temporary'
Jeff Sessions: Family Separations Are 'Temporary'

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks at the National Sheriffs' Association convention in New Orleans, Monday, June 18, 2018 . At the same time, Sessions has ruled that victims of gang violence or domestic violence don't necessarily qualify for asylum in the United States, which has led many asylum seekers to enter the country and ask f...

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  • New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern gives birth to first child
New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern gives birth to first child

Less than 24 hours into her new role as Labour leader, Ardern was asked twice about whether she had plans to have children which prompted an global outcry. After giving birth, Ardern will take a six-week maternal leave, during which her deputy Peters steps in as Acting Prime Minister. "Welcome to our village wee one", Ardern said.

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  • A J&K Regime That Had Made Matters Increasingly Jammu Vs Kashmir
A J&K Regime That Had Made Matters Increasingly Jammu Vs Kashmir

Hakeem Sajjad Ahmad, a prominent trader in Anantnag, said the PDP's alliance with the BJP had given birth to this turmoil. "In exercise of powers conferred by Section 92 of the state Constitution and of all other powers enabling me in that behalf, and with concurrence of President of India, I hereby proclaim that I assume to myself all the functi...

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  • Halting S.Korea-US drills risks weakening N.Korea deterrence
Halting S.Korea-US drills risks weakening N.Korea deterrence

President Donald Trump last week, as Washington and Seoul agreed to suspend a major joint military exercise. South Korea and the United States are expected to announce their decision to suspend large-scale combined military exercises this week amid a dialogue with North Korea.

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  • Sara Netanyahu charged with misuse of public funds
Sara Netanyahu charged with misuse of public funds

According to local media reports, in the indictment released by the Justice Ministry, Sara has been charged with "aggravated fraud and breach of trust". The residence's former deputy director was also indicted in the case. In a statement posted on the prime minister's Facebook page, her lawyers called the indictment "baseless and delusional".

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  • Xi Jinping praises Kim for Trump summit, Latest World News
Xi Jinping praises Kim for Trump summit, Latest World News

Prior to the Singapore summit, Trump had complained that the North Koreans' attitude changed after Kim and Xi met in Dalian. North Korea's Kim Jong-un and Chinese President Xi Jinping have held a successful meeting in Beijing to discuss regional issues, including denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula , the North's state media says.

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  • Several Injured in 'Explosion' at Southgate Tube Station
Several Injured in 'Explosion' at Southgate Tube Station

Police have been called to reports of an explosion at a London Tube station. London mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted that he as in touch with Scotland Yard and urged people to stay away from the area. British Transport Police said: "We are now dealing with an incident at #Southgate tube station". According to the Telegraph , police are now r...

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

The woman hit the visitor of shop Leclerc chest with a knife, then attacked the cashier, who was slightly injured. The 24-year-old assailant, who did not have a police record, was overpowered by a customer and two supermarket employees and taken into custody.

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  • DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says migrant children are being treated humanely
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says migrant children are being treated humanely

What do YOU think? And court rulings eventually required the administration to end some of the extended detentions of parents and children. A new policy, unveiled by Attorney General Jeff Sessions in April, calls for "zero-tolerance" for immigrants who illegally enter the US along the Mexican border.

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  • All 5 first ladies speak out against family-separation immigration policy
All 5 first ladies speak out against family-separation immigration policy

As the children cried to be with their parents, one border agent joked in Spanish, "Well, we have an orchestra here, right?" Mr Trump plans to meet with House Republicans on Tuesday to discuss pending immigration legislation amid an election-season debate over an issue that helped vault the NY real estate mogul into the Oval Office in 2016....

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  • North Korea's Kim meets China's Xi following Trump summit
North Korea's Kim meets China's Xi following Trump summit

Kim arrived in Beijing on Tuesday to a welcome ceremony , which reportedly featured a crowd of excited children jumping up and down while holding Chinese flags. "It is our job to turn it into a complete house", said South Korean First Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Lim Sung-nam, who also predicted the next major development will likely see US ...

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  • Trump proposes new tariffs on $200B worth of Chinese goods
Trump proposes new tariffs on $200B worth of Chinese goods

But after matching U.S. tariffs, the world's second-largest economy is starting to run out of options after importing just $129.8 billion of American imports. figures) than come back in the opposite direction ($130 billion). Three people close to Apple , who remained anonymous because they are not authorized to speak for the company, say that the ...

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  • Saudi Arabia intercepts, destroys Houthi missile over Khamis Mushayt
Saudi Arabia intercepts, destroys Houthi missile over Khamis Mushayt

The Iran-aligned Houthis control the capital and most of Yemen's populated areas. Fighting on the ground is focused on the area around Hodeidah's airport, to the south of the city, and the United Nations reported that aid shipments continued to flow at Hodeidah's port.

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  • U.K.'s Theresa May Is Cornered by Brexit Enemies
U.K.'s Theresa May Is Cornered by Brexit Enemies

Westminster has argued for continued access, but Brussels maintains third countries can not use the secret signal.Despite threats of British threats to launch its own domestic rival, the European Union has stood firm on its position of no third country access to Galileo's PRS but has said other public uses will continue to be no-limits access for...

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  • Powerful quake shakes Osaka, Japan
Powerful quake shakes Osaka, Japan

At least three people have died and at least 200 others have been injured after an quake struck the northern Osaka region in Japan on Monday morning. The large natural disaster, with a magnitude of 6.1, struck north of Osaka city just before 8am local time on Monday (11pm GMT Sunday).

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  • At Least 4 Feared Dead in Texas Border Crash
At Least 4 Feared Dead in Texas Border Crash

The Texas Department of Public Safety said it was investigating the crash, which occurred at 11:18 a.m. local time outside of Big Wells, Texas . Border Patrol agents attempted to stop the vehicle when the chase ensued and were soon joined by Dimmit County deputies, KFDM reported .

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  • Strong quake hits Osaka in western Japan leaving people dead
Strong quake hits Osaka in western Japan leaving people dead

The JMA also said it is unlikely that another fault zone responsible for the 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake that leveled the port city of Kobe had any influence on the June 18 quake based on the distance between the two points. The tremor caused power outages in some areas, suspending train operations during the morning commuting hours. Kepco said...

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