• Dozens drown after migrant boat sinks off Tunisia coast
Dozens drown after migrant boat sinks off Tunisia coast

At least 35 migrants were killed on Sunday when a boat they were travelling on sunk off the coast of Tunisia, the countries Defence Ministry said on Sunday. Those rescued from the fishing vessel off the coast of southern Sfax province included "Tunisians and foreigners", it said citing an initial toll. The figure confirmed by Tunisian authorities...

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  • Trump cancels Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles visit to the White House
Trump cancels Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles visit to the White House

In an unusual move, Trump himself issued a statement Monday evening. The Eagles did not respond immediately to requests for comment. "It was unfortunate that on-field protests created a false perception among many that thousands of National Football League players were unpatriotic".

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  • Iran's top leader vows response to any attack
Iran's top leader vows response to any attack

The supreme leader said that if the three countries were unable to meet these demands, Iran would resume its enrichment of uranium. This is, of course, due to the fact that Iran and Russia's interests in Syria are not completely aligned, noticed mostly by reports that have been denied to varying degrees that Russian Federation and Israel have sou...

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  • About a dozen people trapped by Kilauea's lava, officials estimate
About a dozen people trapped by Kilauea's lava, officials estimate

The USGS declared: "Even the wispy edges of it can cause skin and eye irritation and breathing difficulties". "And you don't want to be breathing that". However, a handful of residents said they had nowhere else to go and chose instead to remain in their homes. Thousands of people in the Puna district have had to evacuate.

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  • NKorea letter diplomacy is a throwback to a different era
NKorea letter diplomacy is a throwback to a different era

USA officials say their talks will be aimed at determining whether a meeting between Trump and Kim Jong Un , originally scheduled for June 12 but later canceled by Trump, can be restored. "We can go fast; we can go slowly". We will see what happens . However, his comments were the most positive from any U.S. official since Trump abruptly canc...

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  • Guatemala volcano: At least 25 dead, hundreds injured in eruption
Guatemala volcano: At least 25 dead, hundreds injured in eruption

Dozens of people are dead after a volcano eruption in Guatemala . Today, hundreds of Guatemalans were affected by Guatemala's Fuego volcano that erupted. The eruption forced the Guatemala City's La Aurora worldwide airport to shut down its only runway due to the presence of volcanic ash and to guarantee passenger and aircraft safety, Gu...

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  • Woman arrested after firing shots in San Diego near marathon
Woman arrested after firing shots in San Diego near marathon

The marathon was able to resume after police cleared the scene, and some of those competing in the race shared pictures after crossing the finish line, showing that the race had returned to normal. Police responded to reports of an active shooter at City Hall Parkade around 11:00am PT, about three blocks away from the end of the famed marathon.

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  • Woman says she killed her husband because he was beating their cat
Woman says she killed her husband because he was beating their cat

When officers arrived to the scene, Harrison told police she and her husband were arguing and he had been beating the family's cat. "It's kind of insane", neighbor Carl Phillips told KTVT . Dexter Harrison was taken to Presbyterian Hospital, where he died. The shooting took place around 06:45 local time, police say. The Fort-Worth Star Telegr...

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  • Kim Jong-un sacks top military chiefs before summit with Trump
Kim Jong-un sacks top military chiefs before summit with Trump

Speaking at a security conference in Singapore ahead of a planned summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, Mattis said it is vital that the global community keeps UN Security Council sanctions in place for now.

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  • Teacher charged for allegedly feeding puppy to snapping turtle
Teacher charged for allegedly feeding puppy to snapping turtle

The incident triggered an investigation, and state wildlife authorities seized and euthanized the turtle after determining it was a non-native species, the AP reported . The mother of two of Crosland's current students, Farahlyn Hansen, told the Preston Citizen that her kids were " very upset about the way Robert is being portrayed in the news...

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  • Jimmy Fallon Makes Surprise Speech at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Graduation
Jimmy Fallon Makes Surprise Speech at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Graduation

There was also a graduation ceremony in Santa Fe, Tex., on Friday. During a large but private graduation ceremony on Sunday, seniors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High closed the door on a school year marked by tragedy. "You are succeeding, you are making us proud". "You took something horrific - instead of letting it stop you, you started a ...

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  • US tariffs 'unjustified', Britain's May tells Trump on call
US tariffs 'unjustified', Britain's May tells Trump on call

Affected countries and regions include Canada, Mexico, and the European Union (EU). 'The idea that the Canadian steel that's in military, military vehicles in the United States, the Canadian aluminum that makes your, your fighter jets is somehow now a threat?' he asked.

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  • Trump says he has ‘absolute right’ to pardon himself in Russia probe
Trump says he has ‘absolute right’ to pardon himself in Russia probe

When asked whether Trump has the power to pardon himself , Giuliani replied , "he probably does ". "He probably does ", Giuliani said Sunday, when asked on ABC's "This Week" if Trump has the ability to pardon himself. 'Pardoning other people is one thing. What about the political ramifications? "In no case can he be subpoenaed or ...

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  • US Supreme Court backs baker in gay wedding cake case
US Supreme Court backs baker in gay wedding cake case

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote a dissent, joined by Justice Sonia Sotomayor. "The Court's precedents make clear that the baker, in his capacity as the owner of a business serving the public, might have his right to the free exercise of religion limited by generally applicable laws", he wrote.

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  • 'Volcano of Fire' Sends River of Lava Into Villages
'Volcano of Fire' Sends River of Lava Into Villages

Most of the victims reported initially were from the village of El Rodeo, according to Guatemala's El Periódico newspaper. A hot flow of mud, ash and gas swept down from Guatemala's Fuego volcano on Monday, after a new explosion in the morning interrupted disaster workers pulling bodies from the brown sludge known as a pyroclastic flow that e...

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  • Philippines' Duterte Just Kissed a Woman On the Lips
Philippines' Duterte Just Kissed a Woman On the Lips

Mr Duterte then told the cheering crowd of about 3,000: "Don't take it seriously". Controversial Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte told a United Nations human rights official to "go to hell" warning against any interference in the country's domestic affairs.

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  • Double homicide in Scottsdale connected to Steven Pitt shooting
Double homicide in Scottsdale connected to Steven Pitt shooting

Previously police had said three of the killings were linked and they were investigating whether the fourth death was related to the other killings. Sergeant Lewis said he could not provide details about how the two crimes were connected, or whether the same person was suspected of both crimes.

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  • Alleged Tennessee Deputy Killer Arrested after Manhunt, Police Say
Alleged Tennessee Deputy Killer Arrested after Manhunt, Police Say

Marine Corps Reserve, was found dead in his auto in a wooded area after responding to a 911 call Wednesday morning, according to TBI Director Jason Locke. The sheriff broke down as he read a statement from Baker's wife thanking law enforcement and others for the manhunt. She also thanked the tight-knit community for their "outpouring support" and a...

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  • Trump Canada tariffs: Canadian government overshoots goal
Trump Canada tariffs: Canadian government overshoots goal

The US steel and aluminium tariffs were imposed early on Friday after Canada, Mexico and the European Union refused to accept quotas in negotiations with US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. Beijing has said it will respond with tariffs on a range of American goods, including cars, aircraft and soybeans. Using the auto tariff as an example, The Wa...

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  • Melania Mystery Continues: First Lady Won't Accompany President To G7 Or Singapore
Melania Mystery Continues: First Lady Won't Accompany President To G7 Or Singapore

Aside from five days in hospital for surgery to treat a " benign kidney condition ", little is known about her whereabouts since then. It's unclear when Trump will make a public appearance, but Grisham insisted Friday, "She is fine, she's doing great".

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