• Germany, Spain, Greece Seal Migrant Deal: Germany to Reunite 2900 With Families
Germany, Spain, Greece Seal Migrant Deal: Germany to Reunite 2900 With Families

He added that the Visegrad proposal clearly states that no one can be transferred from refugee camps to another country without the latter's consent. EU Council President Donald Tusk, who is chairing the two-day leaders' summit in Brussels, said partnering with countries outside the EU is the best approach.

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  • Thai Rescuers Push Further Into Flooded Cave in Search for Missing Boys
Thai Rescuers Push Further Into Flooded Cave in Search for Missing Boys

Teams from the United States, Australia, China and Japan have joined almost 1,000 Thai rescuers at the mountainous location, according to AFP . Australian Federal Police and Defence Force personnel are being sent to Thailand to assist in the search for 12 boys and their soccer coach missing in a flooded cave system for over a week.

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  • Kim Jong-un woos China with border visit
Kim Jong-un woos China with border visit

USA experts from the group 38 North who track developments in North Korea are saying that latest commercial satellite imagery from June 21, about ten days after the Trump-Kim summit , "indicates that improvements to the infrastructure at North Korea's Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center are continuing at a rapid pace".

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  • Golden retriever bitten by rattlesnake protecting owner while on hike
Golden retriever bitten by rattlesnake protecting owner while on hike

Paula Godwin says she was walking her dog Todd down a trail in Anthem, Arizona when Godwin almost stepped on the reptile. Goodwin posted photos of the recovering retriever on her Facebook with the caption: 'My hero of a puppy Todd saved me'.

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  • Obama, at Beverly Hills fundraiser, says GOP ‘mad even when they win’
Obama, at Beverly Hills fundraiser, says GOP ‘mad even when they win’

Mr. Obama never mentioned President Trump by name, but "spoke at length" about his problems with the administration, Politico reported. The vacuum created by Obama's absence has led to a reemergence - and not in a good way - of former president Bill Clinton, who has repeatedly shown himself to be a politician well past his prime.

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  • Prankster calls Trump, White House puts him right through
Prankster calls Trump, White House puts him right through

When the conversation turned to the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy , Trump said "we're probably going to make a decision Bob, over the next two weeks" on a replacement. "We're proud of you". Melendez said in an interview with CNN on Friday that he was "shocked" that he was able to successfully reach the president.

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  • Gangster escapes French prison by helicopter
Gangster escapes French prison by helicopter

French prosecutors have opened an investigation but it is not the first time Faid, 46, has gone on the run. It was the second time Faid has pulled off a spectacular jailbreak. Faid's accomplices had taken the flying instructor hostage at a small flying club in Fontenay-Trésigny, where he was waiting for a student, and ordered him to fly to the pr...

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  • ‘North Korea nuclear programme could be gone within a year’
‘North Korea nuclear programme could be gone within a year’

Bruce Klingner, a former Central Intelligence Agency analyst, said, "The observed activity appears inconsistent with a North Korean intent to abandon its nuclear weapons programs". Bolton said today the USA has a plan that would lead to the dismantling of North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs in a year. -North Korean diplomac...

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  • Trump says travel ban ruling is 'tremendous victory'
Trump says travel ban ruling is 'tremendous victory'

A sixth majority Muslim country, Chad, was removed from the list in April after improving "its identity-management and information sharing practices", Mr Trump said in a proclamation . The four liberal justices offered a strong rebuttal, recalling Trump's call for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States" and saying t...

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  • Merkel's coalition at risk after Italy blocks European Union summit statement
Merkel's coalition at risk after Italy blocks European Union summit statement

The European Union is to set up migrant control centers that will ostensibly serve to differentiate between refugees, who will have the right to protection from the bloc under global law, and irregular migrants, who will be returned to their country of origin, official said on Friday.

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  • Thousands protest in U.S. over migrant separations
Thousands protest in U.S. over migrant separations

Carlos Espina, 19, wears a thermal blanket given to him by asylum seeker at a church where he volunteers, during a protest march in downtown El Paso, Texas, U.S. Saturday's coordinated effort was the culmination of a weeks-long campaign by Families Belong Together, the organization behind the June 30th day of action, to increase public pressure a...

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  • Crowds, including those in east Idaho, protest Trump's immigration policies
Crowds, including those in east Idaho, protest Trump's immigration policies

After widespread backlash to the family separation policy, President Donald Trump signed an executive order last week to stop the separations. Protesters flooded more than 700 marches, from immigrant-friendly cities like NY and Los Angeles to conservative Appalachia and Wyoming.

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  • Israel sets Syria 'red lines', will only allow regime troops near border
Israel sets Syria 'red lines', will only allow regime troops near border

As Syrian President Bashar Assad pushes to retake rebel-held towns in southern Syria, Israel has reportedly set forth its "red lines" for fighting along its northern border, relaying messages through the United States and Russian Federation that it will not allow any other forces or militias to take control of the area or join together with the S...

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  • Killed After Bus Falls Into Gorge
Killed After Bus Falls Into Gorge

The bus crashed into a gorge in the Himalayas. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said the state government will bear the cost of treatment for the injured and adequate compensation will be paid. Though the exact cause of the accident is not known, but the bus was overloaded, he said. "Two days back there was a landslide in that area". Gunj...

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  • Newspaper shooting suspect’s grievances began with classmate
Newspaper shooting suspect’s grievances began with classmate

The Rev. M. Dion Thompson, who worked as a journalist at The Baltimore Sun for 15 years, made the sadness a focus of his sermon at St. Anne's Episcopal Church in Annapolis on Saturday evening. Ramos pleaded guilty in July 2011 to harassment. A judge later threw it out as groundless. Lisa Quina, owner of an interior design studio called Barefo...

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  • UN migration agency snubs Trump nominee in leadership election
UN migration agency snubs Trump nominee in leadership election

Keith Harper, who served as US human rights ambassador under President Barack Obama, said in a tweet that Isaacs' rejection was "yet another sign that USA power, authority and prestige has been so dramatically diminished". The UN's migration agency has elected Portugal's Socialist Antonio Vitorino as its new Director General. The vote by delega...

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  • Susan Sarandon arrested at anti-Trump protest alongside 500 others
Susan Sarandon arrested at anti-Trump protest alongside 500 others

The protest rally was a march against Trump's "Zero Tolerance" immigration policy threatening to pull apart families at the US-Mexico border. The protestors were demanding an end to internment camps and holding up banners saying "we care" which is a tongue-in-cheek response to a controversial jacket that Melina Trump wore during a visit to ...

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  • Nine injured in mass stabbing at U.S. apartment complex
Nine injured in mass stabbing at U.S. apartment complex

And six of the nine victims are children. The police statement did not say from what countries the refugees had come. The complex houses many resettled refugee families, but Kinner is not a refugee. Bones said police believe the knife used in the stabbing was discarded by the suspect before his arrest and police searched around the apartment co...

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  • North Korea nuclear programme ‘can be dismantled in year’
North Korea nuclear programme ‘can be dismantled in year’

Interviewed on NBC's Meet the Press , Lindsey Graham of SC said North Korea would "regret it" if nuclear talks collapsed. "And it's to North Korea's advantage to see these programs dismantled very quickly because then the elimination of sanctions aid by South Korea and Japan and others can all begin to flow".

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  • Trump Suggested Macron Leave EU
Trump Suggested Macron Leave EU

In exchange for this he offered better trade terms, as The Washington Post reports referring to its sources in the White House. Donald Trump , the U.S. In return trump offered to Him, according to the publication, bargain on more favorable terms than with the European Union as a whole. "Trump doesn't believe in the continued sanctity of the Eu...

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