• Turkey Tells Israeli Ambassador to Leave over Gaza Killings
Turkey Tells Israeli Ambassador to Leave over Gaza Killings

However, the DFB was far from impressed with their decision to pose for pictures with Erdogan, whose presidency has repeatedly come under scrutiny for alleged violations of human rights. "There is an urgent need to establish the facts of what happened yesterday through an independent and transparent investigation, including why such a volume of liv...

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  • Eruption of Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano imminent after warning level raised to red
Eruption of Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano imminent after warning level raised to red

The latest fissure is by the Lanipuna Gardens. Authorities recommend leaving the area and seeking medical attention if severely affected. Lava has surged into residential areas, decimating dozens of structures. With members of the National Guard in the foreground, volcanic gases rise from active fissures near Pahoa, Hawaii . The agency's H...

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  • Malaysia's Mahathir Vows to Investigate Toppled Government
Malaysia's Mahathir Vows to Investigate Toppled Government

Mahathir said after winning a parliamentary seat, Anwar could potentially be appointed to the Cabinet. The royal palace said in a statement that the monarch had given Anwar a full pardon following advice from the Pardons Board. He added that he would make the final decision about cabinet posts. Anwar is in the People's Justice Party, while Maha...

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  • Three US detainees freed in North Korea, headed home: Donald Trump
Three US detainees freed in North Korea, headed home: Donald Trump

While South Korea's presidential office had said that Kim told South Korean President Moon Jae-in during their summit last month that worldwide experts will be invited to witness the closure, the North's Foreign Ministry statement on Saturday did not include any references to allowing experts at the site.

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  • Dismantling of North Korea nuclear site 'well under way': United States monitor
Dismantling of North Korea nuclear site 'well under way': United States monitor

U.S. researchers say North Korea has already begun dismantling its Punggye-ri nuclear test site in the country's northeast. US researchers say recent satellite imagery shows that North Korea has begun dismantling facilities at its nuclear test site.

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  • Soros-backed foundation leaving Hungary
Soros-backed foundation leaving Hungary

The move follows a decision by the Hungarian government to tighten a bill dubbed "Stop Soros" that would restrict the work of Hungarian non-governmental organizations that receive foreign funding. "The government of Hungary has denigrated and misrepresented our work and repressed civil society for the sake of political gain, using tactics unprecede...

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  • What time does the 2018 NBA Draft Lottery start?
What time does the 2018 NBA Draft Lottery start?

We don't want anybody running off with that, so I'll have that in my possession the entire evening. Williams told the Sentinel they've tried other lucky charms before- rabbit's feet, coins, Lucky Charms cereal - but to no avail. That's because they're bringing Lil' Penny. In last year's draft, the Nuggets held the No. 13 overall pick (which b...

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  • Families behind Indonesia bombings belonged to same religious study group
Families behind Indonesia bombings belonged to same religious study group

Authorities said they received a report about WF's comment and then conducted an investigation leading to her arrest in the Banda Raya subdistrict of Banda Aceh on Monday night. The attack which killed at least 13 and injured 40, was orchestrated by Dita Oepriarto and his wife Puji Kuswati. The attack killed the four perpetrators.

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  • Three fallen Houston officers among those honored in Humble
Three fallen Houston officers among those honored in Humble

The New Providence Police officers raised nearly $6,000 in order to ride and spent an additional $2,000 of their own funds to purchase bicycles, uniforms and additional items needed for the three day ride. However, underneath that shiny badge given to every member of the law enforcement community one will find a heart, a heart full of love for each...

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  • European Union moves to safeguard interests in Iran after threat of United States sanctions
European Union moves to safeguard interests in Iran after threat of United States sanctions

After an hour-long meeting at European Union headquarters in Brussels , Zarif said he believed both sides were "on the right track" to make sure that the interests of the deal's "remaining participants, particularly Iran, will be preserved and guaranteed".

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  • White House Open to Sanctioning European Companies That Do Business With Iran
White House Open to Sanctioning European Companies That Do Business With Iran

Bolton expressed optimism that European allies will follow Trump's lead and exit the deal, despite the assertions of the leaders of France, the United Kingdom, and Germany that they intend to remain in the agreement. Europe seemed to have realized Trump's plan to come up with a better deal is not feasible, considering the long and turbulent histo...

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  • Bounce House Flies Onto Highway With Kid Inside
Bounce House Flies Onto Highway With Kid Inside

Highway 395, where it hit a vehicle, the newspaper said. Deputies responded to the incident on Highway 395 in Adelanto just after 3 p.m. local time, the Victor Valley branch of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said in a news release.

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  • Star Movement and League strike governing deal for Italy
Star Movement and League strike governing deal for Italy

Di Maio said that the nominee would be a politician and "not a technocrat" after meeting Salvini in Milan on Sunday. Scrapping the unpopular pension reform would cost €15bn, another €12.5bn is needed to head off the planned hike in sales tax, and the parties are also considering printing a new, special-purpose currency to pay off state debts to f...

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  • At least 70 dead as India hit by powerful storms
At least 70 dead as India hit by powerful storms

Hail, wind and thunderstorms brought down walls, trees and power pylons in Uttar Pradesh state, killing 48 people, T. P. Gupta of the state disaster management department told AFP. Thunderstorms and lightning on May 2-3 had killed 134 people and injured over 400 in Uttar Pradesh (UP), Rajasthan, Telangana, Utttarakhand and Punjab.

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  • MI5 chief: Russian Federation could become 'outlaw' due to Skripal case
MI5 chief: Russian Federation could become 'outlaw' due to Skripal case

Russian Federation under President Vladimir Putin, he said, had sought to regain the clout it lost after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 by carrying out "aggressive and pernicious actions" with its military and intelligence services. But Russia instead had through its repeated choices pursued that aim instead through its military and intellige...

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  • Romney: Jeffress fallacious man to present Jerusalem embassy prayer
Romney: Jeffress fallacious man to present Jerusalem embassy prayer

Jeffress spoke out about Mormonism in the early stages of the 2012 Republican Presidential primaries. "People may disagree with that view, but it's not a view unique to me", he told NBC. "I'm going to be thanking God for the strong leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu, who is absolutely determined to protect Israel", Jeffress said. The pastor of F...

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  • Netanyahu used Moscow visit to warn Putin of attack plans
Netanyahu used Moscow visit to warn Putin of attack plans

Israel started warning of prospective Iranian retaliation around this point. The Quds Force has been busy in Iran , building missile and rocket bases, drone bases, importing Shi'ite militia forces and trafficking heavy weapons into the region.

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  • Perth mountaineer Steve Plain climbs Mt Everest to break world record
Perth mountaineer Steve Plain climbs Mt Everest to break world record

Xia is the first double amputee to scale Mt Everest from the Nepal side and second person without legs to climb world's highest peak. In 1996, his legs were amputated just below the knee after he was diagnosed with lymphoma, a form of blood cancer.

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  • Storm System in Gulf has Tropical Potential
Storm System in Gulf has Tropical Potential

Low pressure moving northward through the eastern Gulf of Mexico could acquire some subtropical or tropical characteristics during the next few days. They are giving this area a 30 percent chance of formation through the next 48 hours. Rain totals throughout the week may exceed 3 to 6 inches of rain, offering some needed relief for drought conc...

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  • 9 killed in multiple blasts in Jalalabad attack
9 killed in multiple blasts in Jalalabad attack

A thick column of smoke rose into the sky after two explosions near Jalalabad's directorate of finance. "Unfortunately we lost three staff". There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack. He informed up to 30 people were wounded in this ongoing assault. Violence has escalated across Afghanistan since the announcement of the Ta...

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