• Tusk: Trump 'helped European Union rid itself of its illusions'
Tusk: Trump 'helped European Union rid itself of its illusions'

President Donald Trump withdrew from the pact. "Looking at the latest decisions of President Trump some could even think, 'With friends like that, who needs enemies?'" "But frankly speaking, Europe should be grateful for President Trump because thanks to him we have got rid of all illusions .

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  • High School Senior Prank 'One Of The Best,' Wisconsin Police Says
High School Senior Prank 'One Of The Best,' Wisconsin Police Says

But it turned out the whole thing was an optical illusion. If you look at the picture very closely, you'll see that it's an elaborate fake scene some seniors put together using a tarp, tape, bricks and part of a vehicle. The call that came into the Cumberland Police Department seemed disturbing enough: Someone had smashed a vehicle into the...

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  • Former student in custody after shooting at Dixon High School
Former student in custody after shooting at Dixon High School

In March, a police officer posted at a Maryland high school shot and killed a 17-year-old boy who had opened fire on two fellow students. Authorities haven't provided the gunman's name or the school resource officer. "We're lucky the officer was there", Langloss - whose daughter was among the seniors in the gym - told SaukValley.com. No student...

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  • Guatemala moves its embassy to Jerusalem
Guatemala moves its embassy to Jerusalem

Minister of State for Media Affairs Mohammad Momani said Guatemala's government to relocate its embassy to occupied Jerusalem is a flagrant violation of the global law and UN resolutions, mainly the recent UN General Assembly resolution that rejected US President recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of "Israel".

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  • Turkish banker sentenced to 32 months in United States prison for sanction evasion
Turkish banker sentenced to 32 months in United States prison for sanction evasion

Top Turkish bankers and politicians helped Iran evade severe economic sanctions imposed by the U.S. The most severe sanctions were lifted after Iran agreed to suspend its nuclear program in a multinational deal that took effect in January 2016.

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  • Donald Trump values Doonbeg golf course between $25m-$50m
Donald Trump values Doonbeg golf course between $25m-$50m

The note identified the reimbursement as being more than $100,001 and less than $250,000, and claimed that the repayment was not required to be disclosed as a reportable liability . It was included on Trump's 92-page 2018 disclosure, filed this week. Trump submitted the document on Tuesday, the deadline for administration employees to file the...

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  • What non muslims need to know about Ramadan
What non muslims need to know about Ramadan

The Kingdom and other Muslim nations, like Indonesia, declared Ramadan would not begin on Wednesday based on the observations by moon-sighting committees. Fasting during Ramadan is mandated among physically and mentally sane Muslims in fulfillment of one of the five pillars of Islam. At night, many fill mosques for evening prayers, known as "tarawe...

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  • Sherpa Kami Rita Sets Record with 22nd Successful Climb of Mount Everest
Sherpa Kami Rita Sets Record with 22nd Successful Climb of Mount Everest

Ani Lhakpa Sherpa summited from the North and the 44-year-old has now set a new female record, beating the record she set a year ago. The 48-year-old Sherpa guide from Nepal has climbed the 29,035-foot peak almost every year since starting at 24 years old.

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  • Senate panel backs intelligence agencies findings on Russian meddling in 2016 election
Senate panel backs intelligence agencies findings on Russian meddling in 2016 election

Michael Moore, who served as the U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, said the documents don't contain much new information about the meeting itself, but it is interesting to see the steps that were taken to hide that the objective of the meeting was to obtain dirt on Clinton.

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  • Nine additional counts of felony child abuse added to Fairfield mother's charges
Nine additional counts of felony child abuse added to Fairfield mother's charges

Jonathan Allen, left, and Ina Rogers, proper, have been arrested after police discovered 10 kids dwelling in "horrible" circumstances of their Fairfield, California house. "My husband is an awesome person", she said. Rogers said she previously enrolled her two oldest children in school but made a decision to teach them herself because she didn't ...

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  • Italy's Fanciful Coalition Draft Draws Investors' Incredulity-For Now
Italy's Fanciful Coalition Draft Draws Investors' Incredulity-For Now

The two parties, which together could control both houses of parliament, are locked in coalition talks two months after an inconclusive general election on March 4. Neither Mr Di Maio nor Mr Salvini want the job of prime minister. Italy already has an enormous debt worth more than 130 percent of annual output, second only to Greece in the EU.

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  • Exploding Vape Pen Killed Florida Man, Autopsy Report Says
Exploding Vape Pen Killed Florida Man, Autopsy Report Says

According to FEMA , this is the first e-cigarette death in the US. The incident was ruled an accident. Typically, more experienced users purchase mods to enhance the battery or functionality of the device. According to FEMA , the 38-year-old's death is the first in the US to be caused by an e-cigarette. Federal Emergency Management Agency (...

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  • President Trump to Meet with California Officials About Sanctuary Policies
President Trump to Meet with California Officials About Sanctuary Policies

The administration's position has recently been gaining steam within California with 35 local jurisdictions having come out against the state's sanctuary legislation which went into effect in January of this year. Brown slammed the president's meeting saying "flying in a dozen Republican politicians to flatter him and praise his reckless policies c...

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  • One Dead In Aliso Viejo Explosion
One Dead In Aliso Viejo Explosion

Shin said he also saw "fire, smoke, insulation popping out of the walls, a lot of scared people running around, a lot of commotion". Bomb technicians from the Orange County Sheriff's Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other agencies were investigating, said Paul Delacourt, the assistant director in charge of the FBI's field offic...

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  • Taliban Clashing With Afghan Forces in Western Farah Province
Taliban Clashing With Afghan Forces in Western Farah Province

Taliban militants, who ruled the country before being ousted in late 2001, have intensified armed attacks against security forces since April 25 during their annual rebel offensive. Another provincial council member, Dadullah Qani, confirmed Hissaini's comments. The insurgents in a statement warned residents to remain in their homes and "stay ca...

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  • USA vows to make North Korea rich if it gives up nukes
USA vows to make North Korea rich if it gives up nukes

There was no confirmation on the specific location for the meeting between Kim and Trump although there are several sites in Singapore that can guarantee security protection, including hotels that have experience hosting high-security events, Singapore media and a Singapore government official said.

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  • Double Amputee Scales Mt Everest After Losing Legs In Earlier Attempt
Double Amputee Scales Mt Everest After Losing Legs In Earlier Attempt

Speaking from the summit this week, Xia was quoted by the People's Daily telling a friend he had been preparing for the moment for 43 years. For two days and three nights the team endured subzero temperatures, made worse for Xia, who chose to lend his sleeping bag to a fellow climber who had fallen ill.

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  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine saved by NBC
Brooklyn Nine-Nine saved by NBC

Proof? "I called Bob Greenblatt, Bob Greenbutt to his face", Samberg teased, referring to the network's entertainment chief. "Sterling was on, he was so good", the actor gushed, joking, "I'm going to say something controversial, I think Sterling is good at acting".

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  • US judge greenlights Paul Manafort case to go forward
US judge greenlights Paul Manafort case to go forward

Mr Rosenstein "expressly approved the special counsel's investigation of the facts alleged in the indictment, so there has been no violation of the regulations, and the special counsel did not act without authority", wrote judge Jackson, who was appointed by Democratic president Barack Obama.

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  • Facebook suspends 200 apps for misusing data, privacy probe continues
Facebook suspends 200 apps for misusing data, privacy probe continues

In any case, we still don't know whether any of the data was accessed by third parties who should not have, but Facebook has said it is investigating the app. Six million people completed the quiz, with some opting to share their Facebook data with the app. About 270,000 people downloaded Kogan's personality-quiz app, which shared information...

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