• Jordanian foreign minister tells Russia ceasefire needed in southern Syria
Jordanian foreign minister tells Russia ceasefire needed in southern Syria

Jordan on Sunday mediated in a new round of talks between rebels in the southwest and Assad's main ally Russian Federation, seeking a wider truce in the area to avert more bloodshed and another wave of displaced people near its border. Under the deal offered, rebels would hand over medium and heavy weapons and Syrian state institutions would resu...

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  • Man who challenged black mom's right to be at pool loses job
Man who challenged black mom's right to be at pool loses job

He called police. Officers then spoke with them outside the pool, and determined that Edwards, who lives in the neighborhood, did in fact have keycard access. Local news outlets reported the Bloom did not respond to requests for comments on the incident. "Nobody else was asked (for) their ID", Edwards says.

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  • For Donald Trump, a dose of Dutch bluntness
For Donald Trump, a dose of Dutch bluntness

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte in the Oval Office of the White House, Monday, July 2, 2018 , in Washington. "Well, just think about those cars that pour in here, and we'll do something, right?" The Netherlands is the sixth-largest economy in the European Union, and the fifth-largest expo...

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  • With Assad on march, Syria rebels say cease fire agreed
With Assad on march, Syria rebels say cease fire agreed

Jabawi added that Russian military police would be deployed along the border with Jordan, including the Naseeb border crossing, and that rebels opposed to the deal will be evacuated to rebel-held regions in northern Syria. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's goal is to recapture Syria's entire southwest, one of the last rebel strongholds in the coun...

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  • Malaysia’s Mahathir to Visit China After Putting $20B of Projects on Ice
Malaysia’s Mahathir to Visit China After Putting $20B of Projects on Ice

Malaysian Finance Minister Mr Lim Guan Eng said the project's final estimated cost had risen to Dollars 20 billion, which is around 50% higher than that estimated by the previous government of Prime Minister Najib Razak , and includes land acquisition, interest, fees and other operational costs.

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  • DDM: Tropical Storm Beryl strengthening, could become hurricane
DDM: Tropical Storm Beryl strengthening, could become hurricane

While they have projected top winds to be 85 miles per hour, forecasters have repeatedly warned that they are far less confidant about forecasting such a small, unpredictable storm. The estimated minimum central pressure is 995 mb. POND ISLAND-The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is closely monitoring the progress of Tropical Storm Beryl.

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  • Mom shoots carjacker in head, tried to steal car with toddlers inside
Mom shoots carjacker in head, tried to steal car with toddlers inside

She said the man then got out of the auto, staggered across the street and collapsed in a nearby parking lot. "I reached over the arm rest to get to my glove compartment and that's when I fired at him", she told KDFW . Wright has been charged with two counts of unlawful restraint and unauthorized use of motor vehicle, police said . According...

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  • EU package does not cover all demands of Iran
EU package does not cover all demands of Iran

On Wednesday, a Revolutionary Guards commander said Iran would block oil shipments through the Strait of Hormuz was U.S. President Donald Trump to stop Iranian oil sales. He stressed hat world powers would struggle to compensate Tehran for companies leaving Iran. "It's also not just about what the Europeans can do, but also how the Chinese, Rus...

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  • PM Trudeau says he sensed young woman
PM Trudeau says he sensed young woman "not entirely comfortable" with interaction

Trudeau was asked about an alleged groping incident from 18 years ago. An unsigned editorial in the August 14 issue of the Creston Valley Advance accuses Trudeau, 28 at the time, of "inappropriately handling" the reporter while she was on assignment.

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  • Novichok victim Dawn Sturgess caught on CCTV hours before poisoning
Novichok victim Dawn Sturgess caught on CCTV hours before poisoning

Counterterrorism police, who the led the investigation into the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, said they were assisting local police in the investigation which has been declared a "major incident" by the emergency services.

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  • EPA administrator Scott Pruitt resigns amid scandal
EPA administrator Scott Pruitt resigns amid scandal

After Pruitt's resignation , all eyes are on Wheeler. And later: "I count it a blessing to be serving you in any capacity". Pruitt, a Republican, had appeared Wednesday at a White House picnic for Independence Day, wearing a red-checked shirt and loafers with gold trim.

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  • Ousted Pakistani PM Sharif sentenced to 10 years in prison
Ousted Pakistani PM Sharif sentenced to 10 years in prison

AC heard the Avenfield reference case for nearly 10 months and will announce the verdict on July 6. As per an election campaign travel log of party supremo Imran Khan, he will be making several campaign stops at 25 different cities of Punjab, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh ahead of the July 25 general election.

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  • Hamas Uses Fake Dating Apps to Infiltrate Israeli Military
Hamas Uses Fake Dating Apps to Infiltrate Israeli Military

Hamas militants, posing as an attractive woman, would initially reach out to soldiers on platforms such as Facebook , then shift conversations to the Whatsapp texting service. Information officers are deployed across units to provide a quick response if soldiers are attacked, and the military targets soldiers with invitations to fake apps to tes...

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  • Protests erupt at Bedouin village Israel plans to demolish
Protests erupt at Bedouin village Israel plans to demolish

The arrests come a day after Israeli police scuffled with activists protesting at the same site, apprehending 11 people. "Today they are proceeding with infrastructure work to facilitate the demolition and forcible transfer of residents", Amit Gilutz, spokesperson for Israeli human rights group B'Tselem, told AFP .

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  • Trump at Montana rally:
Trump at Montana rally: "Democrats want anarchy", mocks "Me Too" movement

Trump Jr. ticked off a list of issues and votes that put Tester at odds with the president, including being in "the top 10" for donations from lobbyists, voting "with Barack Obama's leftwing agenda almost 95 percent of the time", voting against a Senate plan to crack down on sanctuary cities, and voting against "Kate's Law", a bill hiking penalties...

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  • Japan executes doomsday cult leader behind Tokyo subway attack
Japan executes doomsday cult leader behind Tokyo subway attack

Chizuo Matsumoto , who went by the name Shoko Asahara , was the first of 13 scheduled to be hanged for the attacks. Sarin, a nerve gas, was originally developed by the Nazi regime in Germany. "These crimes. plunged people not only in Japan but in other countries as well into deadly fear and shook society to its core", Kamikawa said. "We shou...

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  • DNA tests being used to reunite children with parents
DNA tests being used to reunite children with parents

None of the children separated have yet been reunited with their illegal immigrant parents still in government custody, Mr. Azar said Thursday, though he said they will meet the court's deadlines. More than 80 percent of the minors are teenagers, mostly males, who crossed the border alone. "We want to ensure that we can reunite children who hav...

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  • Nauru criticized for banning Australian state broadcaster
Nauru criticized for banning Australian state broadcaster

The ABC has hit out against the government of Nauru following the public broadcaster's ban from entering the country for the Pacific Islands Forum. "The ABC has been pretty forthright in its critical reporting of the asylum seeker issue in relation to Nauru and this is an extension of that", Kingsbury said .

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  • Japan executes cult leader behind 1995 subway gas attack
Japan executes cult leader behind 1995 subway gas attack

The death of Asahara appeared to draw the curtain on the cult's shocking crimes, which included not only the 1995 subway attack but also a similar, smaller sarin attack the previous year along with other attacks using the deadly chemical VX.

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  • Britain demands answers from Russian Federation over second nerve agent poisoning
Britain demands answers from Russian Federation over second nerve agent poisoning

Meanwhile, UK police say they are investigating whether there is a link between the two cases. The British government said Mr Skripal, a former double agent imprisoned in Russia, was targeted and accused the Russian state of involvement. Police are focusing on how that came about and are unable to say whether it was the same batch that the Skri...

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