• Read the transcript of the Smith College employee's call to campus police
Read the transcript of the Smith College employee's call to campus police

Administrators have also confirmed that the employee who racially profiled Kanoute has been suspended . Responding Officer: All clear. Within minutes, a white police officer walked up to her and asked, "We were wondering what you were doing here?" "That was a student relaxing in the living room", the officer tells the dispatcher.

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  • European allies uneasy as U.S. restores Iran sanctions
European allies uneasy as U.S. restores Iran sanctions

Sanctions against Iran will be strictly adhered to and act as long as the Iranian government will not change its course radically, said the US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, reports the Associated Press. Newsweek quoted him as saying, "If the Iranians demonstrate a commitment to make fundamental changes in how they treat their own people, red...

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  • Maduro clamps down on opposition in wake of
Maduro clamps down on opposition in wake of "assassination attempt"

One was "diverted" by security forces while the second fell on its own and hit an apartment building, Reverol said. Scenes of panic after a bang is heard. "I hope that President Donald Trump is ready to fight these terrorist groups". The government of the United States , which supported a failed coup against Maduro's predecessor Hugo Chavez in...

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  • Saudi Arabia freezes all trade investment in Canada
Saudi Arabia freezes all trade investment in Canada

In a statement released through the Saudi Press Agency, Riyadh bluntly condemned the criticism from Ms. Freeland and the department of Global Affairs, calling it "blatant interference in the Kingdom's domestic affairs, against basic worldwide norms and all worldwide protocols" and a "major, unacceptable affront to the Kingdom's laws and judicial ...

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  • ‘No Collusion!’ ‘NO COLLUSION!’ Well, Except Maybe For That Trump Tower Collusion
‘No Collusion!’ ‘NO COLLUSION!’ Well, Except Maybe For That Trump Tower Collusion

Sekulow said that the president had the authority under Article II of the U.S. Constitution to stop any investigation conducted by the Department of Justice. It is, however, against the law for USA campaigns to receive donations or items of value from foreigners, and that June 2016 meeting between Donald Trump Jr .

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  • Trump blasts Pelosi, LeBron James before OH campaign rally
Trump blasts Pelosi, LeBron James before OH campaign rally

The rally comes hours after Trump denounced arguably Ohio's favorite native son, basketball superstar LeBron James, who just opened a school for underprivileged children in Akron. Steve Stivers. Trump called Balderson "the guy who will do things" and dismissed Balderson's Democratic opponent, Franklin County recorder Danny O'Connor, as a person n...

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  • Lee wins GOP governor primary in Tennessee
Lee wins GOP governor primary in Tennessee

The candidates running for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate are former Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen , Gary Davis and John Wolfe. Reps. In a Thursday appearance, Governor Haslam touted Blackburn's candidacy. The only candidate in the district's Republican primary is state Sen. Lamar Alexander would lose his health committee chair...

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  • China won't accept US trade 'blackmail' - state media
China won't accept US trade 'blackmail' - state media

According to China's Ministry of Commerce, the measure will come into force immediately if Washington starts to impose taxes on Chinese imports. The move has prompted concerns of a global trade war as each nation has responded with retaliatory tariffs on USA products.

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  • And Won't Refute Claim It's the 'Enemy of the People'
And Won't Refute Claim It's the 'Enemy of the People'

This comes just a few days after he shared a video of himself being heckled at a Trump rally. The president has denied knowledge of the meeting at his Trump Tower campaign headquarters in NY in the face of news accounts saying his former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, is prepared to tell special counsel Robert Mueller that he heard Trump's son...

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  • Suspected Russian spy reportedly worked for years at USA embassy in Moscow
Suspected Russian spy reportedly worked for years at USA embassy in Moscow

The woman was dismissed last summer after the state department revoked her security clearance. "We knew it was happening and it was just a process of playing it out and giving her specific information that we saw her give back to the FSB", the source revealed.

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  • South Sudan government and rebels reach peace deal
South Sudan government and rebels reach peace deal

Neighbouring country Sudan says its efforts to broker an agreement between warring parties in South Sudan have been successful. . The transitional government under the latest peace arrangement will have five-vice presidents. Further said he agreed with al-Bashir to keep the talks in Khartoum in order finalize the remaining issues which are mainly...

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  • Manafort accountant with immunity admits having reservations about tax filings
Manafort accountant with immunity admits having reservations about tax filings

Both Laporta and fellow accountant Philip Ayliff, her predecessor who handled Manafort's tax filings at the firm KWC, testified that they had no knowledge that Manafort controlled foreign bank accounts. So Laporta said she agreed to record a $1.5 million loan to Manafort's company as forgiven. He said he would talk to Gates about Manafort's tax r...

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  • Ivanka Trump Calls Family Border Separations a 'Low Point'
Ivanka Trump Calls Family Border Separations a 'Low Point'

This is not the first time Trump's eldest daughter has taken a critical stance on the separation of families. Trump said his daughter showed him pictures of the separated children and expressed her feelings about the policy. US President Donald Trump has repeatedly described the media as the " enemy of the American people ". "That was a ...

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  • A California Wildfire Whirled Into a 'Fire Tornado'
A California Wildfire Whirled Into a 'Fire Tornado'

A fire whirl - similar to a tornado - that occurred in the Carr Fire near Redding on July 26 had maximum winds in excess of 143 miles per hour, according to an initial analysis by the National Weather Service and Calfire. "These kinds of terrible situations bring people together, regardless of the lesser kind of ideologies and partisan considerat...

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  • Omarosa's back, charges Trump showed signs of mental decline
Omarosa's back, charges Trump showed signs of mental decline

His mental decline couldn't be denied. We also know what campaign staffers told us two years ago and I know the risky, blustering bigot on the stage last night is more boorish and less connected to reality than he was ten years ago. Omarosa is said to repeatedly criticize Trump in the book, despite their history from his reality TV days. "Whe...

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  • 7.0 earthquake hits popular tourist island in Indonesia
7.0 earthquake hits popular tourist island in Indonesia

A strong natural disaster struck Indonesia's popular tourist island of Lombok on Sunday, triggering a tsunami warning , one week after another quake in the same area killed more than a dozen people. The Meteorology and Geophysics Agency BMKG has issued a tsunami warning. The Indonesian archipelago, where Lombok and Bali are located, is part ...

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  • 12-year-old girl missing from DC-area airport found safe
12-year-old girl missing from DC-area airport found safe

Police are searching for the 12-year-old girl they say was abducted from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. She met an adult woman who helped her to change out of her clothes. Thursday. Ma was found Friday in Queens in the custody of her parents, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority said. The woman they said abducted her was...

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  • Thousands expected to protest contentious Israel nation bill
Thousands expected to protest contentious Israel nation bill

Gen. (res.) Amal Asad Asad said after the meeting on Thursday who previously called Israel " apartheid state " over this law. The initiative comes in response to Druze criticism of the recently-passed "Jewish nation state" bill . Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attempted to stop the protest by holding talks with Druze leaders but failed. "Th...

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  • 20 people killed after airplane crashes into Swiss Alps mountainside: authorities
20 people killed after airplane crashes into Swiss Alps mountainside: authorities

The plane, which was built in Germany in 1939, crashed into the Piz Segnas mountain around 2,450 metres (8,000ft) above sea level. The mountainous area in southeastern Switzerland is popular with hikers and skiers and includes a glacier. Police said earlier that five helicopters were involved in a search and rescue mission and the airspace over the...

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  • Judge: Trump team '100 percent responsible' for reuniting migrant families
Judge: Trump team '100 percent responsible' for reuniting migrant families

In Thursday's court filing, a joint status report requested by Judge Dana M. Sabraw of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, both the Trump administration and the ACLU laid out their plans for the continued reunification of families.

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