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Trump considered invading Venezuela at height of political crisis

Trump considered invading Venezuela at height of political crisis

In a subsequent report by CNN , a senior official who attended the meeting said Trump was just thinking out loud. McMaster was among the advisers who explained that any military action could backfi...

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Texas mother arrested for allegedly selling young children

Texas mother arrested for allegedly selling young children

The trio were booked into Nueces County Jail, with Garza held on a $100,000 bond. DPS agents who executed a search warrant at the home found a 7-year-old boy who had been sold to two men, according...

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ICE protesters arrested at Statue of Liberty

ICE protesters arrested at Statue of Liberty

That demonstration was organized to protest the Trump administration's immigration policy, the group said in a press release. Police on ladders were trying to reach the woman at the statue's base,...

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Protester climbs Statue of Liberty base, forcing evacuation

Protester climbs Statue of Liberty base, forcing evacuation

Okoumou is expected to appear in Manhattan Federal Court on Thursday and may face misdemeanor charges including trespassing, disorderly conduct and violating national park regulations, police said. "I...

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United Nations to discuss violence, refugees in southwest Syria

United Nations to discuss violence, refugees in southwest Syria

On Wednesday, Syrian armed opposition said that talks with Russian Federation aimed at a comprehensive ceasefire in Deraa and Quneitra in southern Syria had broken down. "Our latest update shows the...

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Did Obama give citizenship to thousands of Iranians during nuke deal discussions?

Did Obama give citizenship to thousands of Iranians during nuke deal discussions?

Iran has insisted its nuclear program was not for weapons, but on April 30, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented what he said were Iranian documents, obtained in a daring Israeli inte...

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The 11-year-old Nigerian artist who moved President Macron

The 11-year-old Nigerian artist who moved President Macron

It's an appealing country. "I've got a lot of memories. that haven't left me", news agency AFP reports. Nigeria, a country home to over 180 million people, produces almost two million barrels of cru...

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Trump says "it's possible" North Korea nuclear agreement could collapse

John Bolton said top US diplomat Mike Pompeo will be discussing that plan with North Korea in the near future. Bruce Klingner is with the Heritage Foundation, a research group in Washington , D.C...

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Supreme Court shake-up stirs protests in Poland

Supreme Court shake-up stirs protests in Poland

The conflict has isolated Poland within the European Union, where most governments are critical of Warsaw's move. Twenty-seven of the top court's 73 judges are affected by the reform. The protest...

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Philippine mayor slain, perhaps by sniper, in busy square

Philippine mayor slain, perhaps by sniper, in busy square

The controversial Halili had compared himself to Duterte but in 2017, his name surfaced on a "narco-list" presented by Duterte. He pretended to shame addicts by parading them, but he was involved, it ...

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Two people critical after 'major incident' in UK

Two people critical after 'major incident' in UK

The pair is now in hospital in a critical condition. Wiltshire Police said further tests on the substance were being carried out in a bid to identify it. The incident has occurred less than eight ...

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Manager fired over text messages to worker with child on life support

Manager fired over text messages to worker with child on life support

Crystal Reynolds Fisher , from Michigan, USA, told her boss at the PS Food Mart she couldn't do her shift because her teenage boy had been rushed to hospital. The boss then replied: "Yes I woul...

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European Union launches sanctions procedure against Poland over Supreme Court law

European Union launches sanctions procedure against Poland over Supreme Court law

The European Commission launched legal proceedings against the Polish government on Monday, a day before numerous country's Supreme Court judges are being forced into early retirement due to a contr...

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Trump roasted after typo in tweet about his incredible spelling skills

Trump roasted after typo in tweet about his incredible spelling skills

JK Rowling has made it no secret that she is not a fan of U.S. President Donald Trump . Rowling then called Trump the "Gratest writer on earth". And she also gave Trump the correct spelling of the ...

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Senate intel committee concludes Putin personally approved meddling to aid Donald Trump

Senate intel committee concludes Putin personally approved meddling to aid Donald Trump

The Senate report said that the intelligence community's assessment of Russia's intentions were sound, which is at odds with the House Intelligence Committee Republicans' report that found "signific...

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Firefighters tackle second wildfire in the northern

Firefighters tackle second wildfire in the northern

It carries regional and local FM radio services for Heart on 105.4, Smooth on 100.4, Rock FM on 97.4 and BBC Radio Lancashire on 103.9 FM along with all of the BBC's national services on FM - Radio 1,...

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Church: 'We placed the Holy Family in ICE Detention'

Church: 'We placed the Holy Family in ICE Detention'

Carlsen said he has spent some time standing on the sidewalk in front of the church to talk to people about the display. President Trump signed an order late last month to roll back the policy. I ...

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Iran's top leader alleges U.S., allies behind recent unrest

Iran's top leader alleges U.S., allies behind recent unrest

Gingrich, Giuliani, and other hard-line USA politicians have in recent years been paid to speak at the annual rally, which was officially sponsored by the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of...

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Body in the barrel accused faces court for first time

Body in the barrel accused faces court for first time

Detectives have laid 16 additional charges against Zlatko Sikorsky , who is accused of murdering Larissa Beilby after her body was discovered in a barrel south of Brisbane on Wednesday. Sikorsky ha...

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U.S. woman, 92, kills son to avoid being sent into care home

U.S. woman, 92, kills son to avoid being sent into care home

Blessing had reportedly concealed two pistols in the pockets of her robe and then confronted her son in his bedroom. Blessing also told detectives that she should be "put to sleep", for her actions ...

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Centre warns WhatsApp over spread of messages triggering violence

Centre warns WhatsApp over spread of messages triggering violence

Maharashtra's chief minister, Devendra Fadnavis, said "stern action will be taken against rumour mongers". When one of them apparently tried to speak to a girl child, villagers, who had gathered ...

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Trump demands North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies boost defense spending

Trump demands North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies boost defense spending

Belgium Prime Minister Charles Michel said, "I am not very impressed by this type of letter", during a European Union meeting last Friday. Norway is far from alone as a target of criticism - the presi...

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Chinese firm unveils 'laser gun to set protesters' hair on fire'

Chinese firm unveils 'laser gun to set protesters' hair on fire'

According to the developers Sunskogo the Institute of optics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, laser assault rifle ZKZM-500 is able to hit a target from a kilometer. It is classified as non-lethal w...

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US will not give North Korea denuclearization timeline: State Dept.

US will not give North Korea denuclearization timeline: State Dept.

Sung Kim, the USA ambassador to the Philippines, held talks with North Korean officials in the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas over the weekend, a State Department official confirmed Mon...

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Trump to rescind Obama-era guidance on affirmative action

Trump to rescind Obama-era guidance on affirmative action

The Supreme Court has weighed the issue of affirmative action several times , most recently reaffirming it in 2016 but leaving an opening for future legal challenges . These types of non-binding...

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Rebels resume peace talks with Russians under Jordanian mediation

Rebels resume peace talks with Russians under Jordanian mediation

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said warplanes pummeled rebel-held areas with as many as 240 raids, with crude barrel bombs dropped throughout the day. A rebel-held town east o...

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Calls for ban on bouncy castles after child dies in Norfolk

Calls for ban on bouncy castles after child dies in Norfolk

Officers were called to Lower Esplanade, Gorleston, at around 11.15am on Sunday. On Sunday, eyewitnesses and lifeboat crews tried to save the girl in Gorleston-on-Sea, who sustained multiple injurie...

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Medics reach boys in Thai cave as rescuers plan next move

Medics reach boys in Thai cave as rescuers plan next move

Arpakorn Yookongkaew said Tuesday that seven members of his unit - including a doctor and a nurse - are now with the group of 13 people in the cave. While news of their survival let family members b...

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German coalition fracturing over immigration issues, Seehofer set to resign

German coalition fracturing over immigration issues, Seehofer set to resign

Applicants in these centers-which would be built on the border with Austria-could then be turned away and sent back to whatever European Union country they came from. Her turnaround was prompted by he...

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Probe of tech giant and Cambridge Analytica widens

Probe of tech giant and Cambridge Analytica widens

The Post suggests that the focus of this investigation is on how truthful Facebook has been about its disclosures. The FTC is looking into the possibility that by allowing Kogan to use his app t...

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Ministers rehearse for Queen’s death for first time in secret exercise

Ministers rehearse for Queen’s death for first time in secret exercise

The meeting was scheduled before the 92-year-old head of state had to miss a service at St Paul's Cathedral because she was unwell. United Kingdom ministers took part in a secret exercise to prepare...

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White House taps team for Supreme Court pick

White House taps team for Supreme Court pick

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine and Sen. However, the senator later said she would be looking to precedent in her vote on Supreme Court nominees, suggesting Roe v. "Academically, in every way", Trump...

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NK leader Kim visits textile plants, chastens workers for not working hard

NK leader Kim visits textile plants, chastens workers for not working hard

President Trump left his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un claiming victory in his quest to denuclearize the country. If Kim does visit NY in September, it will be the longest journe...

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Seehofer’s last-ditch attempt to agree on migration issue

Meanwhile sources inside Merkel's CDU camp told DPA that party leaders were united behind the chancellor. But instead he and Ms Merkel have agreed on setting up detention centres on Germany's bord...

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Neighbor calls police on 12-year-old boy mowing lawn

Neighbor calls police on 12-year-old boy mowing lawn

That mistake prompted the neighbor to alert the Maple Heights Police Department, Lt. Joe Mocsiran told Fox News on Friday. The situation prompted Lucille Holt , the customer whose lawn Reggie w...

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