• German police shoot man at Berlin Cathedral
German police shoot man at Berlin Cathedral

Finally, they faced the assailant near the altar of the cathedral, and "the man was wounded in the leg by a shot from a policeman", a spokesman said. Officers cordoned off the entrances to the landmark in the heart of the German capital after the incident, in which one policeman was also hurt by what was believed to be a police bullet.

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  • Preet Bharara says Trump pardoning himself would be 'almost self-executing impeachment'
Preet Bharara says Trump pardoning himself would be 'almost self-executing impeachment'

Trump tweeted earlier on Saturday. "So bad for our Country". This latter theory was something touched on in the newly leaked letter . "Should be looking at Dems corruption instead?" Todd asked him to clarify whether he was making the case "that [Trump] didn't obstruct or that a president can not obstruct justice".

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  • Embattled Jordan PM submits resignation to king
Embattled Jordan PM submits resignation to king

Jordan's King Abdullah II on Monday accepted the resignation of his embattled prime minister and named a leading reformer in his place, hoping to quell the largest anti-government protests in recent years that are also seen as a potential challenge to his two-decade-old rule.

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  • US & China share heated exchange at Shangri-La Dialogue
US & China share heated exchange at Shangri-La Dialogue

Mattis said that the United States will continue to provide arms sales to Taiwan, the democratic island nation that is being threatened by Beijing's rapid military buildup and increasingly aggressive posture. Responding to Mattis' hardline talks, the Chinese delegates lashed out at the "irresponsible comments". The Pentagon leader's comments at t...

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  • NDP says Wynne appeal for minority guarantees Ford win
NDP says Wynne appeal for minority guarantees Ford win

On the verge of tears, the premier said that the Liberals wouldn't be able to form the government after the election and that she wasn't going to pretend it wasn't hard. President Donald Trump, and who has yet to release budget plans. "I think the election changed with Doug Ford coming in". "They're hoping they can salvage (the party).it's about ...

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  • Trump insists he didn't fire Comey over Russian Federation probe, contradicting himself
Trump insists he didn't fire Comey over Russian Federation probe, contradicting himself

To McCabe, this is seemingly a clue that Comey's firing was related to the F.B.I's investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russian Federation, and Rosenstein possibly played a key role to cover this ulterior motive by diverting attention toward the Clinton investigation.

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  • Woman Drives Onto Baseball Field, Kills Vietnam Veteran During Little League Game
Woman Drives Onto Baseball Field, Kills Vietnam Veteran During Little League Game

A cellphone video shows the auto driving around the infield before taking off into leftfield. Sixty-eight-year-old West Newfield resident Douglas Parkhurst was hit. According to a 2013 report from Syracuse , Douglas Parkhurst lived a "full life" after the hit-and-run incident, having served in the Vietnam War, he worked multiple jobs, and become...

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  • Ute Park Fire Grows To More Than 27,000 Acres In New Mexico
Ute Park Fire Grows To More Than 27,000 Acres In New Mexico

Highway 64 is closed from I-25 to Cimarron and State Route 204 is closed in the area. The area where Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado meet is at the center of a large patch of exceptional drought. A top-tier incident management team - including 450 firefighters and other personnel - was being assigned to the Ute Park Fire, which had crossed a...

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  • Trump’s Lawyers, in Confidential Memo, Argue to Head Off a Historic Subpoena
Trump’s Lawyers, in Confidential Memo, Argue to Head Off a Historic Subpoena

They have been trying to sway Mueller away from seeking a subpoena to force Trump to testify before a grand jury. "We don't know what the law is on the intersection between the obstruction statutes and the president exercising his constitutional power to supervise an investigation in the Justice Department", said Jack Goldsmith, a Harvard Law S...

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  • German police shoot 'rampaging' man outside Berlin Cathedral
German police shoot 'rampaging' man outside Berlin Cathedral

Police said in a tweet: "Shortly after 4pm (2pm GMT) police shot at a rampaging man at Berlin cathedral". A police spokesman said: "A shot was sacked in the Berlin Cathedral". There are unconfirmed reports a police officer has also been shot. It's not clear, whether anyone else has been hurt in the incident. A policeman shot the knife-wieldin...

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  • New Catalan cabinet sworn in
New Catalan cabinet sworn in

Mr. Sanchez, a 46-year-old economist who as Opposition leader was sharply critical of Catalonia's independence bid, has promised to try to "build bridges" with the wealthy region's new separatist government. According to the extraordinary powers granted to Spain's central government by the Senate, the large degree of self-rule enjoyed by the region...

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  • Trump tweets about jobs report ahead of release
Trump tweets about jobs report ahead of release

President Donald Trump on Friday broke with decades of protocol and commented publicly about the highly anticipated jobs report data 69 minutes before they were released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. "He likes to tweet", Kudlow told Fox Business . The director of the White House National Economic Council, Larry Kudlow, said he briefed Tru...

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  • Theresa May Condemns Trump’s Steel, Aluminium Tariff
Theresa May Condemns Trump’s Steel, Aluminium Tariff

The president took to Twitter Friday to accuse Canada of treating USA "farmers very poorly for a long period of time". Trump had reportedly offered Canada and Mexico, America's two partners in the North American Fair Trade Agreement, an exemption from the tariffs if they agreed to his demands concerning the renegotiation of NAFTA.

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  • Off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigation agent accidentally shoots man
Off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigation agent accidentally shoots man

But the agent's gun fell out of his waistband holster during the spectacle. An off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigation agent was burning up the dance floor at a Denver night club early Saturday when he accidentally shot a man in the leg.

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  • Kim Jong Un sends Trump 'very nice' letter - and it's huge
Kim Jong Un sends Trump 'very nice' letter - and it's huge

There is one question, however, that should be addressed before pushing the initiative: the involvement of China. For the cash-strapped nation, the answer may not be North Korea . The huge letter is just part of meticulous steps taken by North Korea to present Kim as a legitimate global statesman who is reasonable and capable of negotiating soluti...

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  • Korea summit back on, Trump says after meeting Kim envoy
Korea summit back on, Trump says after meeting Kim envoy

I don't respond to these comments, I just take it as an affirmation of the work that our officials have done to get us this far", said Dr Ng after he hosted a lunch for defence ministers, whom he asked for a show of hands about the upcoming talks.

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  • G7 finance chiefs kick trade dispute to leaders' summit in Quebec
G7 finance chiefs kick trade dispute to leaders' summit in Quebec

Canada got broad backing for its opposition to the U.S. tariffs at a G7 meeting of finance ministers in Whistler , B.C., this week, where U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin encountered frank expressions of disappointment and concern from ministers of the world's other leading western economies: Japan , Britain, France, Germany and Italy....

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  • The 'Lone Mujahid,' Who Threatened Prince George, Pleads Guilty
The 'Lone Mujahid,' Who Threatened Prince George, Pleads Guilty

But almost two weeks into his trial, the defendant, of Leonard Street, was re-indicted and pleaded guilty to three counts of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts and one count of encouraging terrorism. Judge Andrew Lees told him that the trial had heard the " most disturbing allegations ", adding: "It is inevitable that you will r...

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  • Defense industry braces for hit from Trump tariffs
Defense industry braces for hit from Trump tariffs

Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said that direct discussions between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Trump may help resolve the issue, though Japan has refused to accept import quotas. See the full list of products that are now subject to tariffs . These items include yogurt, coffee, sugar, toilet paper, sailboats, mattresses, washing machin...

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  • Kashmir: CRPF vehicle runs over 3 while being attacked, 1 died
Kashmir: CRPF vehicle runs over 3 while being attacked, 1 died

The driver of the CRPF vehicle has been booked for rash driving and a case has been registered against unidentified stone-pelters for attempted murder and rioting for Friday's violence. According to reports from PTI, authorities had pulled the plug on mobile internet and imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar to keep peace after Qaiser died .

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