• Florida shooting over handicapped spot argument was self-defense, cops say
Florida shooting over handicapped spot argument was self-defense, cops say

At this point the exchange turned physical, with McGlockton coming to the defence of his partner. "A witness goes in the store and he let the owner know that there was somebody out there messing with a woman in a vehicle", she said . "After being slammed to the ground, he felt he was going to be further attacked", Gualtieri said. The man who sho...

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  • Susan Rice: 'Historic mistake' to allow United States president to meet with Putin
Susan Rice: 'Historic mistake' to allow United States president to meet with Putin

U.S. businesses could face an uphill battle, however, if they aim to block or defang the legislation. "We will see how things develop further", Mr Putin said, evoking unnamed "forces" in the USA trying to prevent any improvement in relations and "putting narrow party interests above the national interest".

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  • Trump warns Iran of
Trump warns Iran of "consequences" in all-caps Twitter rebuke

President Trump late Sunday tweeted out to Iranian President Rouhani to never threaten the USA again or face historic consequences . In a meeting with Iranian diplomats, Rouhani offered a vision of peace with the USA, but also said a conflict between the two would be " the mother of all wars ".

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  • At least 10, including a child, shot in Toronto: Canadian media
At least 10, including a child, shot in Toronto: Canadian media

The circumstances of his death. The injured does not include the shooter who has shot himself and died at the spot. Another witness, who was identified as Katie, was returning from dinner with friends and driving when she saw the shooter firing what appeared to be a handgun.

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  • Israel’s ‘nation state’ law: what it is and why critics are outraged
Israel’s ‘nation state’ law: what it is and why critics are outraged

The Arab List, a coalition of Palestinian Arab parties at the Knesset and the third largest parliamentary group with 13 seats, strongly denounced the new law considering it as "one of the most unsafe law adopted in recent decades which establishes for an apartheid system since it justifies and legalizes discrimination against Arabs".

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  • TIME Magazine morphs Trump, Putin's faces on cover for 'Summit Crisis' story
TIME Magazine morphs Trump, Putin's faces on cover for 'Summit Crisis' story

He later said he had misspoken at the summit . In a separate interview on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper", Clapper said he suspected both the host nation of Finland and Russian Federation have a recording or account of the private meeting between Trump and Putin.

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  • Jerusalem BLASTS TARGETS in Gaza After 'Shooting Incident — ISRAEL UNLEASHED
Jerusalem BLASTS TARGETS in Gaza After 'Shooting Incident — ISRAEL UNLEASHED

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and his defense minister, Avigdor Lieberman, arrived at military headquarters in Tel Aviv on Friday night for emergency meetings with top officials, a highly unusual event for the start of Sabbath.

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  • Before inauguration, Trump reportedly saw evidence Putin personally ordered election interference
Before inauguration, Trump reportedly saw evidence Putin personally ordered election interference

Justice Department and intelligence services". Lawmakers, alarmed with Trump's conduct only days after USA authorities indicted 12 Russian spies on meddling charges, were trying to formulate a legislative response. He answered "no" without elaborating. The president's tumultuous trip across Europe, historians say, smashed the conventions of A...

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  • U.S. Court Denies Trump Ex-Campaign Chief's Request To Relocate Trial
U.S. Court Denies Trump Ex-Campaign Chief's Request To Relocate Trial

Meanwhile, Ellis has denied a request to relocate Manafort's trial. That means the government couldn't use their statements against them. Prosecutors also want motions for each witness to remain sealed until they testify. Ellis noted that the jury would be selected from geographic area covering 3 million people, and that the media attention on ...

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  • Modi government passes no-trust test comfortably
Modi government passes no-trust test comfortably

The TDP has moved the no-trust motion against the NDA government. "After Rahul Gandhi's speech on the no-confidence motion, a massive natural disaster hit Parliament and the Congress president had to take shelter under the strongest pillar of India's politics - Narendra Modi ".

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  • Trump arrives in Finland for summit with Putin
Trump arrives in Finland for summit with Putin

The demonstrations were peaceful and crossed political party lines to protest against both Trump and Putin . From aboard Air Force One, Trump called the U.S. 1 item on many Russian newscasts or websites on Monday morning. Big banners said "Welcome Trump " and "God Bless D & M Trump " and a helicopter hovered overhead.

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  • Iran Files Suit against U.S. for Violating 1955 Treaty of Amity
Iran Files Suit against U.S. for Violating 1955 Treaty of Amity

In the clarification by the Iranian embassy, they have explained a lot of things. Mossad agents had just over six hours to infiltrate the warehouse, cut through dozens of safes, extract the documents, and exit the city, according to officials who relaying details of the raid to the New York Times .

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  • Trump condemned over Putin summit
Trump condemned over Putin summit

Trump's remarks at the news conference brought swift condemnation from Democrats and Republicans alike. Talks have begun on Capitol Hill to reaffirm support in the Senate for the intelligence community's assessment that Russian Federation interfered in the USA elections, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn told CNN on Monday evening.

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  • Trump, Putin Lead Press Conference After 2-Hour Meeting
Trump, Putin Lead Press Conference After 2-Hour Meeting

Vladimir Putin arrives in Finland for his meeting with President Donald Trump. Ultranationalist lawmaker Vladimir Zhirinovsky was among those brushing off the new indictments of Russians accused Friday of hacking the 2016 US presidential campaign, calling it implausible that a dozen Russians could have damaged the American electoral system.

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  • Putin terms Mueller probe in USA ''political games''
Putin terms Mueller probe in USA ''political games''

Who, exactly, congressmen will be invited to the meeting - not yet known. "There is no moral equivalence between the United States and Russian Federation, which remains hostile to our most basic values and ideals", he said . Representative Steve Womack said he was "disappointed" that Trump "downplayed the very real threat Russian Federatio...

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  • Former U.S. Ambassador To Russia Opposed to Joint Interference Investigation
Former U.S. Ambassador To Russia Opposed to Joint Interference Investigation

The president's response, as it was initially understood by the media, including CBS News , seemed to contradict Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats' statement released shortly after the president's summit in Helsinki, which said the intelligence community has "been clear in our assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election an...

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  • Trump says ‘I accept’ US intelligence agencies’ conclusions on Russian meddling
Trump says ‘I accept’ US intelligence agencies’ conclusions on Russian meddling

Less than 24 hours after proclaiming Tuesday his "full faith and support for America's great intelligence agencies", Trump at first seemed to contradict those agencies once again during Wednesday morning's Cabinet meeting. Pelosi also wants to force a vote on the House floor on a resolution rebuking Trump's remarks in Helsinki. President Donald ...

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  • Lava flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 23
Lava flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 23

The moment that a tour boat off the cost of Hawaii was hit by a torrent of molten rock, leaving 23 people injured, was captured on camera by one of the boat's passengers. Kilauea was still erupting lava into the channel leading northwest from the vent as of Sunday, according to the USGS. People can only witness the lava from the air or the s...

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  • Writer ejected from Trump-Putin summit insists he wasn't protesting
Writer ejected from Trump-Putin summit insists he wasn't protesting

Sen. Lindsey Graham of SC said Trump missed an opportunity to "firmly hold Russian Federation accountable" for its actions and warn it not to meddle in the USA electoral process again. Trump made the brief remarks in front of reporters, at a conference table surrounded by top officials at the start of a "working lunch" that began after he and P...

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  • Theresa May: 'Donald Trump told me to sue the European Union over Brexit'
Theresa May: 'Donald Trump told me to sue the European Union over Brexit'

The 20ft inflatable depicting the United States president as a nappy-clad baby holding a mobile phone has been brought north of the border after being flown above Parliament Square in London on Friday. "The prize is leaving the European Union in a way that's in our national interests", adding that she would see off any leadership challenge as s...

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  • Boys rescued from cave mourn diver who died
Boys rescued from cave mourn diver who died

Mental health experts have warned of the long-term effects of being trapped in the dark with no food , especially in the first nine days before they were found by a pair of British divers. We didn't expect to be getting 13 people out of there alive", he said. The initial strategy was to extract the strongest boys first because they would hav...

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  • USA will not push for 'deliverables' at Russian Federation summit: Bolton
USA will not push for 'deliverables' at Russian Federation summit: Bolton

He said that Russian Federation is a foe "in certain respects" and that China is a foe "economically. but that doesn't mean they are bad. China is a foe economically, certainly they are a foe", said Mr Trump. The plan is for Mr. Trump and Mr. Putin to meet Monday in Helsinki with only interpreters present and no other aides. All this has unde...

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  • Cops use coin flip to decide whether to arrest
Cops use coin flip to decide whether to arrest

My freedom was put at risk because of a coin flip. For the game they used a special gaming application. Webb did not know about the coin toss until contacted by the station, which reported several officers knew about the incident but did not raise concerns internally.

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  • Nielsen downplays 2018 Russia election threat
Nielsen downplays 2018 Russia election threat

In the past, Trump has reiterated Putin's denials, but this week he said he would bring up the issue when they meet Monday in Finland. The indictment represents special counsel Robert Mueller's first charges against Russian government officials for interfering in American politics, an effort USA intelligence agencies say was aimed at helpin...

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  • ‘I may ask Putin to send accused officials to U.S.’
‘I may ask Putin to send accused officials to U.S.’

The president has no public appearances planned after his nighttime arrival. "That in combination with meeting with Putin, and the rise in populism and authoritarianism, clearly suggest that this man has a view of the world - muscular, unilateral, zero-sum game, transactional".

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  • Jaguar escapes, kills 6 animals at New Orleans zoo
Jaguar escapes, kills 6 animals at New Orleans zoo

Unfortunately, the jaguar attacked and killed four alpaca, one emu and one fox in nearby habitats before it was sedated. Authorities say the zoo was closed to the public at the time of the escape and no humans were injured. "The animal care team is devastated by this tragic loss". "Additionally, we have three other animals that are being cared fo...

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  • Soccer team, coach recovering well in hospital, will go home next week
Soccer team, coach recovering well in hospital, will go home next week

It is not clear whether the museum will be open year round as Thailand is prone to heavy floods during the monsoon season, which lasts from June until October. "The most important thing to have was a full face mask which had been applied inside with positive pressure to enable them to breathe and to be relaxed enough so not to feel any anxiety ...

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  • Trump says his friend Boris would make a 'great' UK Prime Minister
Trump says his friend Boris would make a 'great' UK Prime Minister

Anti-Trump protesters lined the road up to the building, but it is unlikely the Trumps - who arrived via helicopter - saw them. "The US has always stood by our side as a beacon for tolerance, openness and respect", he said. In the interview, Trump said Johnson has "got what it takes and I think he has got the right attitude to be a great prime mini...

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  • Russian intel officers indicted for hacking DNC
Russian intel officers indicted for hacking DNC

The indictment - which comes days before USA president Donald Trump holds a summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin - is the clearest allegation yet of Russian efforts to meddle in American politics. The White House seized on those points in a statement that offered no condemnation of Russian election interference. 59 percent of Russian...

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  • Israel Fires Missile At Drone That Approached From Syria
Israel Fires Missile At Drone That Approached From Syria

David Keyes, a Netanyahu spokesman, denied that the prime minister made that statement to Putin. Spillover fire from Syria's civil war has occasionally landed in the Israeli-controlled Golan. That has raised Israeli concerns that he may try to deploy troops there in defiance of a 1974 United Nations demilitarization accord on the Golan. But he ...

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  • Trump should cancel Putin summit after Mueller indictments, Congress says
Trump should cancel Putin summit after Mueller indictments, Congress says

Since last year's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit allies had added $US41bn to their budgets, he said , and now they would redouble their efforts. "Start treating Putin like you do with the Democrats - tough, strong, 'we're not going to take your nonsense", he said. The US has passed a series of sanctions against Russian Federation si...

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  • Man charged with hate crime over Puerto Rican shirt incident, officer resigns
Man charged with hate crime over Puerto Rican shirt incident, officer resigns

After the video went viral, authorities began investigating the cop who stood nearby and failed to act as the incident occurred (he has since resigned), and now, the man at the center of the controversy has also received his comeuppance.

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  • Mueller accuses 12 Russians of hacking the Hillary campaign
Mueller accuses 12 Russians of hacking the Hillary campaign

None of the charges allege Trump advisers colluded with Russian Federation to interfere with the presidential campaign. Clinton and her campaign argue that the emails were personal in nature and not work-related, lamenting that they did not delete the emails after receiving a congressional subpoena from the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

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  • Here’s the Paul Manafort mugshot we’ve all been waiting for
Here’s the Paul Manafort mugshot we’ve all been waiting for

Ellis will hear arguments next week on Manafort's request to postpone the Alexandria trial as well as his bid to have the trial moved to Roanoke or Richmond, Virginia, where his lawyers say press coverage has been less intense. The judge added that Manafort's "access to counsel and his ability to prepare for trial trumps his personal comfort". Pr...

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  • Trump stuns North Atlantic Treaty Organisation with demand to double defence spending
Trump stuns North Atlantic Treaty Organisation with demand to double defence spending

Trump said: "If you look at it, Germany is a captive of Russian Federation". But Trump's comments about many countries not paying their way in the alliance in exchange for the USA umbrella has put many leaders on the back foot. But with tensions in the alliance smouldering over Trump's trade tariffs on European steel, his earlier comments fue...

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  • 'FBI lover' agent rejects Trump bias charges in stormy hearing
'FBI lover' agent rejects Trump bias charges in stormy hearing

When Strzok declined to answer some questions on the Russian Federation probe, Goodlatte suggested Republicans might recess the hearing and hold him in contempt. "I did think it was quite odd that you had the one Congressman on the Democratic side said he wanted to give Peter Strzok a Purple Heart which is outrageous".

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  • Trump releases 'very nice' letter from Kim Jong Un
Trump releases 'very nice' letter from Kim Jong Un

Mr. Pompeo denied that the talks went poorly, telling pool reporters that progress was made "in every element of our discussions". The fact that North Korea seem to be dragging its feet on this issue fuels already growing doubts among President Trump's critics about whether the Singapore summit was a success or simply a publicity stunt for Mr K...

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  • Trump administration announces $US200 billion in extra China tariffs
Trump administration announces $US200 billion in extra China tariffs

President Donald Trump has threatened to tax as much as $550 billion in Chinese products - an amount that exceeds America's total imports from China past year. On Monday, Chinese and German companies including BASF and Volkswagen signed business deals worth 20 billion euros ($23.6 billion) during a visit to Berlin by China's No.

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  • Democrats focus on abortion in court fight, sensing Republican jitters
Democrats focus on abortion in court fight, sensing Republican jitters

That was a reference to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who said during her 1993 hearing that it would be "wrong for me to say or preview in this legislative chamber how I would cast my vote". At the same time, 21 states adopted 58 measures past year meant to expand access to women's reproductive health care services. It erred in 1973 with the Ro...

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  • Why all eyes are on Trump-Putin summit
Why all eyes are on Trump-Putin summit

Mere moments before boarding Marine One en route to Brussels for the NATO Summit , US President Donald Trump made his feelings about the alliance clear - again. Trump set the stage for clashes at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit by writing to around a dozen allies to berate them for lagging on a 2014 pledge to try to spend two p...

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  • Russia's Cherchesov:
Russia's Cherchesov: "We'll do even better at Qatar 2022!"

Russian Federation substitute Alexander Erokhin headed over the bar and Modric had a shot blocked before referee Sandro Ricci's whistle signalled the game was heading into extra-time. "We rooted for Croatia ". If they trusted us or not, we trusted ourselves. We want to continue on their way and hopefully we can take a step further tomorrow.

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  • About 20 injured in South Africa charter plane crash
About 20 injured in South Africa charter plane crash

Earlier, reports emerged that 20 people had been injured after a plane, marked Martin's Air Charter, crashed at the airport. Images from the site showed the plane broken into several pieces. Paramedic Xander Loubser from BestCare Ambulance Service said: "There are critical patients". Shortly afterwards the plane crashed into the factory.

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  • Nirbhaya's rapists will be hanged, SC rejects convicts' plea
Nirbhaya's rapists will be hanged, SC rejects convicts' plea

The apex court dismissed the review petitions filed by three of the four convicts Mukesh (31), Pawan Gupta (24) and Vinay Sharma (25), saying no ground has been made out by them for a review of the top court verdict of May 5 past year.

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  • Donald Trump names Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court
Donald Trump names Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court, sitting atop one of the three branches of American government, "has grown in importance over the past few decades", Burrus said . It's about what country the United States of America is going to chart as its course in the future on this Supreme Court.

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  • USA service member killed in insider attack in Afghanistan identified
USA service member killed in insider attack in Afghanistan identified

NATO's statement did not elaborate on the exact circumstances of the attack, but said it was under investigation. He urged both groups to come to the negotiating table, adding, the USA would be willing to help facilitate the discussions.

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  • Trump scolds NATO members days ahead of summit
Trump scolds NATO members days ahead of summit

Some U.S. officials expressed their concern about a meeting without any other aides present. But in March, NATO said that only four nations met that guideline in 2017: the US (3.57 percent), Greece (2.36 percent), Britain (2.12 percent) and Estonia (2.08 percent).

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  • Trump names conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court nominee
Trump names conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court nominee

The president said: "Judge Kavanaugh has impeccable credentials, unsurpassed qualifications and a proven commitment to equal justice under the law". But I'm very close to making a decision. He had previously worked with independent counsel Kenneth Starr in the investigation of President Bill Clinton and was involved in the Florida presidential ...

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  • Japan doomsday cult leader executed 23 years after Tokyo sarin attack
Japan doomsday cult leader executed 23 years after Tokyo sarin attack

On March 20, 1995, members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured bags of sarin gas on several lines of the Tokyo subway system during morning rush hour. Even before the attack, in 1989, lawyer Tsutsumi Sakamoto, who opposed the cult, his wife and baby boy were murdered by cult members. Asahara and five of the six followers had been implicated i...

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  • California wildfires - Goleta and Klamathon - burn, killing one
California wildfires - Goleta and Klamathon - burn, killing one

This year's fires had burned more than 2.9 million acres (1.17 million hectares) through Friday, already more than the annual average of about 2.4 million acres (971,000 hectares) over the last 10 years, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.

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  • Trump's Trade War Officially Begins - Hit & Run
Trump's Trade War Officially Begins - Hit & Run

Beijing insists it's the injured party. The statement reads, " China promised not to fire the first shot, but to defend national core interests and the interests of the people it has no choice but to strike back as necessary". The White House has not yet commented on China's retaliatory measures, although William Zarit, chairman of the Americ...

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