• Putin critic Bill Browder freed after brief arrest in Spain
Putin critic Bill Browder freed after brief arrest in Spain

This was followed by a photograph from the back of the police auto, with the words: "In the back of the Spanish police vehicle going to the station on the Russian arrest warrant. Browder himself had reported his detention in Madrid in a series of tweets . He claimed that "this is the 6th time that Russian Federation has abused Interpol in my ca...

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  • Giuliani: Trump won't fire Sessions, Rosenstein before end of Russian Federation probe
Giuliani: Trump won't fire Sessions, Rosenstein before end of Russian Federation probe

For the 12th time since Saturday, President Donald Trump tweeted this morning at length about Robert Mueller's investigation, or as he now calls it, the "Rigged Witch Hunt", before apologizing to his base that he would have to take a break from that topic to turn his attention to the upcoming North Korea summit.

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  • Sarah Sanders Rips Media 'Double Standard' Over Roseanne Barr Comment
Sarah Sanders Rips Media 'Double Standard' Over Roseanne Barr Comment

The rebooted " Roseanne ", where Barr played a Trump supporter, worked beyond anyone's dreams - logging 25 million viewers for its premiere in March and settling in as television's second most popular comedy after " The Big Bang Theory ".

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  • Where is Melania Trump? First lady keeps low profile after hospital stay
Where is Melania Trump? First lady keeps low profile after hospital stay

Trump, who hasn't been seen in public for 20 days, tweeted that she's been "feeling great, & working hard on behalf of children & the American people!" A few days later, on May 14, The White House announced that Melania Trump was undergoing an emergency surgery to treat a benign kidney condition .

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  • Kremlin critic turns up alive at televised briefing about his 'murder'
Kremlin critic turns up alive at televised briefing about his 'murder'

I'm glad he is alive, but he undermined even further the credibility of journalists and the media. "I want to apologize that all of you had to go through that - I was at funerals of my friends and colleagues, so I know this nauseating feeling, but it was the only way out", he said .

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  • Gowdy disputes Trump's 'spy' claim, says Federal Bureau of Investigation acted properly
Gowdy disputes Trump's 'spy' claim, says Federal Bureau of Investigation acted properly

Rep. Trey Gowdy , chairman of the House Oversight Committee and a longtime Trump supporter, was briefed last week by the Justice Department and FBI following reports that investigators relied on a us government informant in its investigation into Russian election meddling.

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  • Top North Korean Official Arrives in NY for Pompeo Meeting
Top North Korean Official Arrives in NY for Pompeo Meeting

Cho Myoung-gyon, the unification minister for the South, said: "The differences in stances remain quite significant". Japan and the USA have said the sanctions must be enforced strictly to be effective, and asked China in particular to tighten enforcement.

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  • Man scales building to save child dangling from balcony
Man scales building to save child dangling from balcony

The video has quickly gathered millions of views in only a few days and the hero also received a personal phone call from Paris' Mayor Anne Hidalgo . Prosecutor François Molins, told BFM-TV that the father "took a long time to return home because he had made a decision to play the smartphone game Pokémon Go when he left the store".

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  • U.S. Navy: Chinese warships maneuvered in
U.S. Navy: Chinese warships maneuvered in "unprofessional" manner

Mattis said, the US will maintain a "steady drum beat" in the South China Sea to "confront" China for actions that Washington deems to "be out of step with worldwide law" and global tribunal rulings . The South China Sea is expected to be a major focus this week when Mattis heads to Singapore to attend the Shangri-La Dialogue, an annual gathering ...

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  • As Last Planned MH370 Search Ends, Fate Of Missing Flight Remains Unknown
As Last Planned MH370 Search Ends, Fate Of Missing Flight Remains Unknown

A private search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ended Tuesday. Mohamad's government stated that US-based Ocean Infinity will conclude its hunt on Tuesday. But he said he hoped it would not be the end if the mission failed and proposed that a public fund be set up to continue the search. "This means that we are on the final wee...

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  • Top NK official, Pompeo have dinner in NY
Top NK official, Pompeo have dinner in NY

Pompeo, Trump's former Central Intelligence Agency chief, has traveled to Pyongyang twice in recent weeks for meetings with Kim Jong Un , and has said there is a "shared understanding" between the two sides about what they hope to achieve in talks.

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  • Hamas says Gaza groups agree to ceasefire if Israel reciprocates
Hamas says Gaza groups agree to ceasefire if Israel reciprocates

The media must cease its mendacious coverage blaming Israel for Gaza violence, which rewards Hamas for its barbaric tactics. Three members of Islamic Jihad were killed in an Israeli strike on Sunday, with the group vowing revenge. A general view shows the buffer zone and the water borderline between Israel and the Gaza Strip as it is seen from ...

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  • Nashville Crowd Boos Senator Bob Corker at Donald Trump Rally
Nashville Crowd Boos Senator Bob Corker at Donald Trump Rally

He appeared alongside Rep. Marsha Blackburn , who is running to replace retiring GOP Sen. "We did it and we did the right thing", said Trump. In March, the Trump administration said it could fund 100 miles of new and replacement border fencing with the $1.6 billion lawmakers provided for border security.

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  • Hurricane Maria killed more than 4,600 in Puerto Rico
Hurricane Maria killed more than 4,600 in Puerto Rico

That figure dwarfs Puerto Rico's official death toll of 64 , which the article's authors called a "substantial underestimate" of Hurricane Maria's death toll. When the researchers tried to adjust for the fact that people living in single-person households couldn't report their own death, they estimated 5,740 excess deaths, with a margin of e...

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  • Russia: Lavrov says Syrian troops only should control southern border
Russia: Lavrov says Syrian troops only should control southern border

In return, Israel will not try to stop President Assad's forces retaking the rebel-held areas that abut the Golan Heights and the... "We believe that there is no place for any Iranian military presence, anywhere in Syria ". Israel has warned Iran of the possibility of conflict should Tehran send its troops and Hezbollah terrorists to southern Sy...

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  • Malaysia axes high-speed rail link to Singapore
Malaysia axes high-speed rail link to Singapore

The project, valued by analysts at about US$17 billion, was out for tender and was expected to be completed by 2026. Jurong Lake District is where the terminus for the high speed rail was to have been sited - into Singapore's second central business district.

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  • Hurricane Maria killed 4 500 in Puerto Rico, 70 times official toll
Hurricane Maria killed 4 500 in Puerto Rico, 70 times official toll

Household members said that many of these deaths related to Maria involved not injuries caused by the storm, but rather delay or prevention of access to medical care afterward, according to the report . Researchers said they were unable to compare their estimates with the latest government count, because their request for access to those figures...

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  • Gaza militants strike Israel, drawing Israeli retaliation
Gaza militants strike Israel, drawing Israeli retaliation

In a statement the group's spokesman said after Egyptian mediation a "ceasefire agreement was reached with Israel to return to calm". On May 10, Iran attacked Israel directly by launching 32 missiles at northern Israel, triggering a massive response in Israel which destroyed more than 50 Iranian targets in Syria.

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  • Subtropical Depression Alberto bringing plenty of rain to the Carolinas
Subtropical Depression Alberto bringing plenty of rain to the Carolinas

The Knoxville area has already seen one to two more inches of rain than normal this year. Flooding is seen in Ellicott City, Maryland, U.S. May 27, 2018, in this still image from video from social media. There was not a lot of erosion. And just as Memorial Day marked summer's unofficial start in the U.S., Alberto gave it the unofficial start of...

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  • New Video Game Simulates School Shooting
New Video Game Simulates School Shooting

Ryan Petty , whose daughter, Alaina, was killed in the Parkland shooting February 14th said: "It's disgusting that valve corporation is trying to profit from the glamorization of tragedies". The publishers say they also plan to add a "civilian survival mode" to the game. Its Australian developer Ryan Lambourn would later make a game called The ...

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