• Texas man bitten by severed rattlesnake head - KVOA | KVOA.com | Tucson, Arizona
Texas man bitten by severed rattlesnake head - KVOA | KVOA.com | Tucson, Arizona

The man was rushed to hospital and treated with several doses of anti-venom CroFab. It happened the weekend of May 27 at a residence near Lake Corpus Christi in Texas. Leslie Boyer, an anti-venom doctor at the University of Arizona VIPER Institute, said that killing deadly snakes - especially by cutting them - was a bad idea.

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  • Deaths, injuries reported after volcano erupts in Guatemala
Deaths, injuries reported after volcano erupts in Guatemala

The volcano , about 40km (25 miles) south-west of the capital Guatemala City , has been spewing rocks, black smoke and ash into the sky. They are also using social media as a way to bring relief to the more than 3,100 evacuated and the 1.7 million that will be affected as a result .

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  • U.S. Sends Medical Team to China Amid Reports of Mystery Ailment
U.S. Sends Medical Team to China Amid Reports of Mystery Ailment

It was reported earlier this week that the State Department has established a dedicated taskforce to look into the " unexplained health incidents " with U.S. Last month, the State Department issued a health alert for travelers to Guangzhou, saying an employee had reported " subtle and vague , but abnormal, sensations of sound and pressure".

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  • U.S. ex-intel officer held over alleged espionage
U.S. ex-intel officer held over alleged espionage

He was unaware of the probe, and participated in nine voluntary meetings with federal agents in Salt Lake City. Investigators said after he stopped working for the US government, Hansen repeatedly attempted to regain access to classified information.

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  • At least 60 dead after Tunisian migrant ship sinks - IOM
At least 60 dead after Tunisian migrant ship sinks - IOM

Chibani said the identified bodies belonged to "36 Tunisians and 12 foreigners", referring to migrants from sub-Saharan Africa. "Among the 60 victims transferred to the forensic department at Habib Bourguiba hospital in Sfax, 48 are Tunisians".

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  • CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police chase armored vehicle stolen from Virginia National Guard
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police chase armored vehicle stolen from Virginia National Guard

The vehicle appeared to be a model that was once used in front line combat but has since been replaced and employed mainly in support roles. CBS reported Yabut was deployed to Afghanistan in 2008 an 2009, and that he was arrested without incident.

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  • Reham Khan's book has 'moronic theories': Imran Khan's first wife Jemima Goldsmith
Reham Khan's book has 'moronic theories': Imran Khan's first wife Jemima Goldsmith

According to a Dawn report , Jemima said that she would file a defamation suit against Reham Khan - a journalist and Imran Khan's second wife. This constituted a violation of Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution, she was quoted as saying by the Pakistani media.

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  • Trump hosts first iftar dinner
Trump hosts first iftar dinner

Muslims. "And we've made a lot of progress, I think, a lot of tremendous progress", Trump said. President Donald Trump's White House senior adviser Jared Kushner attends the iftar dinner in the State Dining Room of the White House Wednesday, June 6, 2018, in Washington .

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  • Germany Asks U.S. To Clarify 'Empowering' Right Call
Germany Asks U.S. To Clarify 'Empowering' Right Call

The comments from Grenell, a former spokesman for the U.S.at the United Nations during the Bush administration, have drawn some criticism over his apparent line-crossing when it comes to diplomatic norms. On Monday, the former Fox News contributor further strayed beyond his ambassadorial remit by requesting a short meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu a...

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  • Israeli army kills Palestinian youth in occupied West Bank
Israeli army kills Palestinian youth in occupied West Bank

It said the troops were on a search and arrest operation in the village of Nabi Saleh, northwest of Ramallah, when they were attacked by at least 10 stone-throwing Palestinians who hit one soldier on the head. Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman told YNet News Monday the Israel Defense Forces has intercepted 400 of 600 flaming kites, whi...

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  • Mexico Imposes Import Tariffs On US Pork, Agricultural Goods
Mexico Imposes Import Tariffs On US Pork, Agricultural Goods

The tariff dispute has further complicated already contentious and prolonged NAFTA negotiations and created further uncertainty about the future of the trilateral agreement. Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, pressed about a Washington Post report that said the White House was considering additional economic penalties against Canada...

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  • Americans for Prosperity Pushes Back Against Trump Tariffs
Americans for Prosperity Pushes Back Against Trump Tariffs

While many Republicans - including GOP leaders - have released blistering statements and worked behind the scenes to encourage Trump to change his mind on enacting steel and aluminum tariffs on United States allies in the European Union , Canada and Mexico, Republicans leaders have shown very little appetite to actually defy Trump legislativ...

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  • Paul Ryan Brushes Back Trump ‘Spygate’ Assertion, Opposes Pardon
Paul Ryan Brushes Back Trump ‘Spygate’ Assertion, Opposes Pardon

Ryan said Gowdy's "initial assessment is accurate" and he's seen no evidence to the contrary. Speaker Paul Ryan disputed President Trump's attacks on the Justice Department and their handling of an ongoing investigation into his 2016 presidential campaign, telling reporters he's seen "no evidence" to back up Trump's claims that his operatio...

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  • A Sentosa Summit: Resort island gazetted for upcoming Trump-Kim meeting
A Sentosa Summit: Resort island gazetted for upcoming Trump-Kim meeting

In a letter addressed to Kim last month, Trump called off the summit, calling the talks "inappropriate" following the "hostility" displayed in earlier comments from the regime. Giuliani later told the Associated Press his comments were not to be taken literally. "They have nothing to do with the administration, and a metaphor", he said.

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  • Officers in violent Wildwood arrest video will not face charges
Officers in violent Wildwood arrest video will not face charges

Weinman was suspected of underage drinking on May 26. Weinman said Wednesday that she cooperated when cops asked her to take a breathalyzer test because of the sealed alcohol container she had on the beach . And Weinman has been charged with aggravated assault. "I've been real anxious over it". "Kind of upset to hear the negative things people...

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  • Melania Trump Resurfaces After She Went
Melania Trump Resurfaces After She Went "Missing" For 24 Days

She tweeted out some pictures to document her presence. The last time the first lady participated in a public event was May 10, when she accompanied the president to Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland to welcome home three American hostages released by North Korea.

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  • Mitch McConnell Cancels Senate’s August Recess, Blames Dems: ‘Historic Obstruction’
Mitch McConnell Cancels Senate’s August Recess, Blames Dems: ‘Historic Obstruction’

McConnell said that he's made a decision to cancel the usual summer getaway "due to the historic obstruction by Senate Democrats of the president's nominees". "There has been historic obstruction by Senate Democrats, and there is a long to-do list, including important nominations and appropriations bills, that we hope they can get taken care of".

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  • New explosion at Guatemalan volcano
New explosion at Guatemalan volcano

Guatemala's disaster agency said that a new column of smoke and ash was rising from the volcano Tuesday and that hot gas and molten rock was descending down its south side, AP reports . . Only some communities in Escuintla are under an evacuation order, but even in the more distant central Escuintla businesses have closed and people are leaving...

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  • US urges China to release Tiananmen crackdown death toll
US urges China to release Tiananmen crackdown death toll

Hundreds - by some estimates more than a thousand - were killed. Semi-autonomous Hong Kong has seen tens of thousands gather at the candlelit vigil in Victoria Park since 1990, while any mention of Beijing's brutal crackdown on students calling for democracy on June 4, 1989, remains strictly censored in the mainland.

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  • Hawaii volcano lava destroys hundreds of homes overnight
Hawaii volcano lava destroys hundreds of homes overnight

More eruptions are possible in the coming months as the deflation process continues, Cindi Preller, geologist and duty scientist at the Oahu office of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, told ABC News. Authorities are planning to airlift people out if the lava spreads farther and endangers the dozen or so holdouts. Kathy Emery, w...

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