• Cambodian prince injured, wife killed in head-on road crash
Cambodian prince injured, wife killed in head-on road crash

He was expected to recover. Funcinpec Party spokesman, Nhep Bunchin said the body of the prince's wife, Ouk Phalla, will be kept for a funeral at Botum pagoda in Phnom Penh . Ranariddh's popularity and political fortunes declined afterwards and he was ejected from Funcinpec nearly a decade ago, only to return to it in 2015 after several attempte...

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  • One person confirmed dead as van ploughs into crowd at PinkPop festival
One person confirmed dead as van ploughs into crowd at PinkPop festival

Police in the province of Limburg said authorities were looking for the white van, hours after the pre-dawn crash near a camping site close to the famous Pinkpop festival in the southeastern municipality of Landgraaf. Early this morning, a vehicle on the public road (Mensheggerweg) hit four people. A police statement said the street where the inc...

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  • Citing Bible, Trump administration digs in on 'zero tolerance' immigration policy
Citing Bible, Trump administration digs in on 'zero tolerance' immigration policy

In a heartless move that flouts established US law and global human rights standards, Sessions found that a domestic violence victim from El Salvador-perhaps the most risky country on earth in which to be a woman-would not qualify for asylum, even though her own country had utterly failed to protect her.

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  • Saudi-backed Yemeni forces take back airport from rebels
Saudi-backed Yemeni forces take back airport from rebels

The United Nations says the assault on Hodeidah could trigger a starvation imperilling millions of lives. More than 70 percent of Yemeni imports pass through the docks of Hodeida port, controlled by the country's Huthi rebels. The Yemeni army shot down an Iranian-made drone that belongs to the Houthi rebels over Hodeidah province, reported the st...

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  • Melania Trump, Kellyanne Conway Pretend Trump Can’t Immediately Stop Family Separations
Melania Trump, Kellyanne Conway Pretend Trump Can’t Immediately Stop Family Separations

Former White House strategist Steve Bannon said Sunday that President Donald Trump doesn't have to "justify" his highly criticized policy of separating parents who enter the US illegally on the southern border with Mexico from their children.

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  • Over 200 injured by quake in Osaka in western Japan
Over 200 injured by quake in Osaka in western Japan

Footage on national broadcaster NHK showed flooding from burst underground water pipes, train passengers forced to exit along train lines, and schoolchildren gathering outside in precautionary evacuations. "I feel so sorry for the girl", said a 78-year-old man who lives nearby. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the government was assessing damage ...

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  • Armed civilian kills gunman, stops shooting spree at Tumwater, Wash., Walmart
Armed civilian kills gunman, stops shooting spree at Tumwater, Wash., Walmart

The incident happened around 5 p.m.at the Walmart Supercenter at 5900 Littlerock Rd SW, located near several businesses, including a Home Depot and a Toyota dealership. That victim was treated for gunshot wounds and airlifted to a Seattle hospital. The action inside the store set off fears of a possible mass shooting.

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  • India Hits Back With Tariffs On 30 US Products, Including Premium Bikes
India Hits Back With Tariffs On 30 US Products, Including Premium Bikes

As the Trump administration faces flak for slapping tariff hikes on steel and aluminium imports, India has made a decision to retaliate by increasing import duties on 30 products from the United States. India primarily sells pearls, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and textiles to the USA, and imports nuclear reactors, machinery, mineral fuels, and oil ...

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  • FBI Lawyer Told Colleague To Go Easy On Hillary During Investigation
FBI Lawyer Told Colleague To Go Easy On Hillary During Investigation

The report says Comey was insubordinate and departed from established protocol numerous times. Inspector general, Michael Horowitz wrote Comey's decisions "were based on the prosecutor's assessment of facts, the law and past department practice".

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  • First lady spokeswoman: Melania Trump 'hates to see' families separated at border
First lady spokeswoman: Melania Trump 'hates to see' families separated at border

A two-year-old Honduran asylum seeker cries as her mother is searched and detained near the US. The McAllen delegation was led by Senators Jeff Merkley of OR and Chris Van Hollen of Maryland. "Go for it! WIN!" White House counselor Kellyanne Conway wants everyone to know that "nobody likes" Trump's policy that is now separating immigrant pare...

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  • Trump adviser Roger Stone reveals new meeting with Russian figure
Trump adviser Roger Stone reveals new meeting with Russian figure

Unfortunately for Stone, Rudy Giuliani is the best that's left. Stone and Caputo, who did not previously disclose the meeting to congressional investigators, now say they believe they were the targets of a setup by USA law enforcement officials hostile to Trump.

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  • UN envoy in Yemen for Hodeida crisis talks
UN envoy in Yemen for Hodeida crisis talks

Quoted by Reuters , the media office of the Yemeni military said on Twitter: "Army forces backed by the resistance and the Arab alliance freed Hudaydah worldwide airport from the grip of the Houthi militia". Hudaida airport is located just to the south of the city-proper with heavy fighting still ongoing on Hudaida's southern edges. "I treated...

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  • Trump Again Falsely Blames Democrats for His Separation Policy
Trump Again Falsely Blames Democrats for His Separation Policy

The Office of Refugee Resettlement is responsible for finding homes for unaccompanied migrant children, the ones who attempt to enter the country without their parents. On Friday , President Trump told Fox & Friends he would not sign the moderate one. McCaul, a Texas Republican, said both bills satisfy Trump's main objectives.

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  • Japan quake: Death toll climbs after 6.1 temblor strikes Osaka
Japan quake: Death toll climbs after 6.1 temblor strikes Osaka

More than 170,000 households in Osaka and neighboring Hyogo prefecture lost power temporarily but it was restored within two hours, the utility said. All trains and subways across Osaka city were halted, and the bullet train that links Osaka to Tokyo was stopped.

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  • Canada confident EU-Canada trade deal will be ratified
Canada confident EU-Canada trade deal will be ratified

Canadians approve of Justin Trudeau's response to President Donald Trump's personal attacks as well as his countervailing tariffs on USA imports - and the prime minister's popularity is up, poll results released Friday showed. The tariffs are something the minister has called "absurd" and "illegal". The E.U. and other countries have also threaten...

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  • Powerful quake shakes Osaka, knocks out power, trains:The Asahi Shimbun
Powerful quake shakes Osaka, knocks out power, trains:The Asahi Shimbun

The magnitude 6.1 natural disaster struck north of Osaka city Monday shortly after 8 a.m. Quake in Japan: Trains and subways in Japan's Osaka were halted after an natural disaster. and provide timely information to the public". It toppled book shelves in homes and scattered goods on the floor of convenience stores and other shops.

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  • Trump says U.S. policy separating migrant families is law. It's not
Trump says U.S. policy separating migrant families is law. It's not

Children can not be jailed in federal prisons so they are placed in shelters that have long existed for unaccompanied immigrant children arriving on the border alone. "I'll go tell him. After banging on the door and making it clear that we WILL NOT MOVE until we're allowed in, ICE is finally granting us access to see individuals who have been sep...

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  • One dead after strong quake shakes Japan's Osaka
One dead after strong quake shakes Japan's Osaka

Japanese disaster authorities say at least three people have been found dead and 41 others have been injured by an quake in western Japan. A strong natural disaster has shaken the city of Osaka in western Japan. The quake struck shortly after 8am (local time) on Monday north of Osaka at a depth of about 13 kilometres, the Japan Meteorological Age...

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  • Comedian raped and murdered on way home from gig
Comedian raped and murdered on way home from gig

Victoria Police Superintendent David Clayton echoed this sentiment when he told the community to "take responsibility for your own safety". He reportedly presented at a local police station not long after security footage was released which showed a suspect in the case.

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  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel's leadership under threat over migrant policy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's leadership under threat over migrant policy

Merkel is scrambling to hold together her conservative alliance while she pushes other European Union member states to show more solidarity on the issue of distributing refugees. Seehofer and Merkel have long had an awkward relationship. Merkel argues that Germany must not take the sudden and unilateral step of rejecting asylum seekers at the bor...

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