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Google suspends Trends feature in New Zealand after naming murder accused

Google suspends Trends feature in New Zealand after naming murder accused

Millane's body was found in a hiking area outside Auckland. In January, the accused man appeared before Justice Simon Moore at the High Court and pleaded not guilty. The case is the latest example o...

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Trump ‘Frustrated’ With Wilbur Ross Over Census Flap

Trump ‘Frustrated’ With Wilbur Ross Over Census Flap

His comments came as the Justice Department said it was still exploring its options for including a citizenship question . In a filing with Judge Jesse Furman , the American Civil Liberties Un...

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Student leaders say no to closed-door meeting with Carrie Lam

Student leaders say no to closed-door meeting with Carrie Lam

The organizers estimated that 8,000 mothers had joined the march, while the police put their number at 1,300. According to a spokesperson, Lam has recently begun to invite young people with differ...

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Trump says Amash leaving GOP is 'great news'

Trump says Amash leaving GOP is 'great news'

However honest Amash is about his disdain for partisan politics, another incentive to leave the party might be the news that he could lose his primary - and lose big - to Republican James Lower , who...

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Sea-Watch captain to sue Italy's Salvini for defamation

Sea-Watch captain to sue Italy's Salvini for defamation

Italian authorities on Lampedusa last week seized a vessel belonging to German aid group Sea-Watch and arrested its captain for unauthorised entry to port with dozens of rescued migrants on board. Sea...

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No sign of Russian Federation backing down in missile crisis

No sign of Russian Federation backing down in missile crisis

It prohibits both countries from possessing and testing ground launch missiles with a range between 300-3,100 miles. Russian Federation and the United States have both suspended their participation ...

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United States has done nothing for peace: Palestinian president

United States has done nothing for peace: Palestinian president

Jared Kushner , President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, blasted the Palestinian leadership for acting "hysterical and stupid" after refusing to participate in the peace conference in Bahrai...

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Slain Utah student's body found in canyon week after murder suspect charged

Slain Utah student's body found in canyon week after murder suspect charged

Lueck, 23 and a nursing student at the University, was last seen on June 17 of this year on a surveillance recording when she returned from her southern California home to Salt Lake International Airp...

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Orfei Circus tigers maul trainer to death in southern Italy

Orfei Circus tigers maul trainer to death in southern Italy

Ettore Weber, 61, was training the tigers at a circus outside Bari, in southern Italy, when one turned on him and started mauling him. The police said one of the tigers bit Weber, prompting the othe...

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$5K tip on $55 bill leads to woman's arrest

$5K tip on $55 bill leads to woman's arrest

Wolfe was later arrested with grand theft, and is now being held at the Pinellas County Jail on a $3000 bond. Clearwater police say Serina Wolfe was upset her boyfriend wouldn't buy her a plane tick...

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DA dismisses case against Alabama woman shot while pregnant

DA dismisses case against Alabama woman shot while pregnant

Jones' arrest came just weeks after Alabama lawmakers passed a law effectively banning abortion at any stage of pregnancy, even in cases of rape and incest. The pregnant woman, who was not responsib...

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Anchorage roasts as heat records break across Alaska

Anchorage roasts as heat records break across Alaska

All-time heat records are at risk in Alaska in the coming days as a massive and abnormally intense area of high pressure locks in and strengthens over the USA region. Alaska climatologist Rick Thoma...

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Trump defends Ivanka: 'International leaders love her'

Trump defends Ivanka: 'International leaders love her'

She was considered in key photos with world leaders, and a viral video seemed as if it would possibly maybe well maybe maybe prove her horning in on a conversation amongst Theresa Would possibly may...

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Car explosion in southern Turkey kills three

Car explosion in southern Turkey kills three

Earlier, Erdogan said three Syrians were killed in the explosion, but Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu later said only two were killed. The blast took place less than a kilometre from the Reyhanli d...

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Hong Kong leader seeks meeting with students after mass protests

Hong Kong leader seeks meeting with students after mass protests

But many resent what they see as increasing meddling by the mainland and the erosion of those freedoms. She has also pledged to do a better job of listening to the young people who have thronged to th...

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Rouhani Says Iran Will Begin Enriching Uranium at Higher Level in Days

Rouhani Says Iran Will Begin Enriching Uranium at Higher Level in Days

However, Rouhani said all the Iranian measures are "reversible" if the remaining parties live up to their obligations under the JCPOA. "We will remain committed to the JCPAO as long as you do", Mo...

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Man turns up at barbecue party after family mistakenly buries wrong person

Man turns up at barbecue party after family mistakenly buries wrong person

Alfonso Bennet's family thought he was in a coma. The weird mistaken identity case dates back to late April, when a naked and badly injured man was found underneath a vehicle in Chicago and admitted...

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Flash mob makes off with $30,000 worth of clothes in '30 seconds'

Flash mob makes off with $30,000 worth of clothes in '30 seconds'

Pleasant Prairie Police Chief David Smetana said the mass theft happened in about 30 seconds on the evening of July 1, when ten people walked into the store and nine of them grabbed as many items as t...

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Justice Department signals to court it's still fighting for citizenship question

Justice Department signals to court it's still fighting for citizenship question

Growing frustrated at his administration's handling of a citizenship question on the census , Trump has been encouraging his lawyers and aides to find a way to include the disputed item before a...

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Tommy Robinson faces jail again after being found in contempt of court

Tommy Robinson faces jail again after being found in contempt of court

Mr Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, could be jailed for up to two years after the ruling by High Court judges. "The information I provided was in the public domain, factual and rele...

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At least 100 civilians killed in South Sudan after peace deal

At least 100 civilians killed in South Sudan after peace deal

Moreover, the bloody uptick has prompted some 80,000 to flee - nearly 60,000 are now displaced within the war-torn country while a further 20,000 have crossed into neighboring Uganda and the Democrat...

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North Korea turns on ‘ridiculous’ USA sanctions ‘obsession’ despite Trump-Kim meeting

North Korea turns on ‘ridiculous’ USA sanctions ‘obsession’ despite Trump-Kim meeting

The North Korean government has accused the USA administration of being obsessed with sanctions , despite the fact that the two nations agreed to resume denuclearisation talks earlier this week. Inst...

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California bans discrimination against afros, dreadlocks

California bans discrimination against afros, dreadlocks

Gavin Newsom signed on Wednesday. "The CROWN Act is about inclusion, pride, and choice", said Senator Mitchell. The bill was strongly supported by the CROWN Coalition, an alliance made up of the ...

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Honduras boat accident: 27 dead after fishing vessel capsizes

Honduras boat accident: 27 dead after fishing vessel capsizes

Hitting stormy weather, the boat went down some 80 nautical miles from the coast near the Gorda Keys, northeast of the easternmost point of the Honduran coast. Rivera said that authorities have susp...

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Lawyers working on census citizenship question on July 4

Lawyers working on census citizenship question on July 4

Adding a citizenship question would reduce the number of respondents and heavily benefit Republicans in their gerrymandering efforts to engineer minority rule. The results of the 2020 census will ...

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Trudeau shoots back at China's claim it is being 'naive'

Trudeau shoots back at China's claim it is being 'naive'

In an Oval Office meeting last month with Trudeau, Trump said he would raise the plight of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor in his planned meeting with Xi, as a favour to Canada. Ng's presence an...

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Woman mad at boyfriend tips server $5,000 on his credit card

Woman mad at boyfriend tips server $5,000 on his credit card

When Crane questioned Wolfe about the charge she reportedly denied making it and her boyfriend reported it as fraudulent. Serina Wolfe was upset with her boyfriend for refusing to buy her a plane ti...

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United States sanctions Cuban firm to weaken Maduro's hold in Venezuela

United States sanctions Cuban firm to weaken Maduro's hold in Venezuela

This barter agreement between Venezuela and Cuba is a long-standing one dating back to 2000. Besides, one of Cuba's top ally, Venezuela had introduced and adopted mass usage of a cryptocurrency past y...

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Putin to meet with Pope Francis on July 4

Putin to meet with Pope Francis on July 4

The pair also expressed their satisfaction at the development of bilateral relations during the "cordial discussions", the Vatican said . Francis gave Putin a signed copy of his peace message for t...

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Australian held in North Korea arrives in Japan

Australian held in North Korea arrives in Japan

Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced in parliament on Thursday that Sigley had been in detention in North Korea . "Earlier this morning, we were advised the DPRK had released Alek from detenti...

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Nike pulls Betsy Ross flag shoes after Colin Kaepernick offended

Nike pulls Betsy Ross flag shoes after Colin Kaepernick offended

Nike has faced tremendous backlash since the Wall Street Journal broke the story that the sportswear giant had made a decision to scrap the Betsy Ross sneakers at Kaepernick's request. Accordin...

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United States government staff told to treat Huawei as blacklisted

United States government staff told to treat Huawei as blacklisted

Interestingly, a lot of brands have dropped Huawei but only to take back their decision after some time. Sen. Marco Rubio described the apparent decision as a "catastrophic mistake" and pledged legi...

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Pakistan announces crackdown on militant leader Hafiz Saeed

Pakistan announces crackdown on militant leader Hafiz Saeed

Hafiz Saeed , designated a global terrorist by both the United Nations and the United States, is one of the founders of LeT , or the Army of the Pure. "They made these assets from funds of terrorism ...

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President Trump's 'Salute To America' July 4 Event

President Trump's 'Salute To America' July 4 Event

Trump says "there will be nothing that America can not do" as long as Americans remember the nation's history and "never stop fighting for a better future". Trump said the events will cost "very littl...

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German archaeologists suggest Biblical-era Philistines came from Europe

German archaeologists suggest Biblical-era Philistines came from Europe

But who were the Philistines, exactly? According to the Book of Joshua, the land of the Philistines was in the southwestern Levant comprising the five city-states of Gaza, Ashkelon , Ashdod, Ekro...

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