• Thai Navy SEALs use Facebook for nail-biting updates on cave rescue mission
Thai Navy SEALs use Facebook for nail-biting updates on cave rescue mission

As of Sunday evening local time, four boys had been successfully removed from the cave. However reports are now being made that the four boys rescued early this morning NZT were the weakest. Ambulances have been seen driving away from the cave complex and heading for hospital 35 miles away. Their plight transfixed Thailand and the rest of the...

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  • FMR President Trump Campaign Aid Seeks Trial Move, Postponement
FMR President Trump Campaign Aid Seeks Trial Move, Postponement

WHEREFORE, Defendant Manafort respectfully requests that the Court transfer this case to Roanoke, Virginia for trial and asks the Court to adopt the procedures described above in its jury selection process. Manafort". It "is hard to conceive of a matter that has received media attention of the same magnitude as the prosecution of Mr. Manafort",...

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  • Tropical Storm Chris could become hurricane
Tropical Storm Chris could become hurricane

The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Sunday that the storm was likely to strengthen. They say the Canadian Hurricane Centre is monitoring the situation and that updates will be issued as more information becomes available. Tropical storm-force winds extend outward up to 45 miles from the centre but forecasters anticipate Beryl to gradu...

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  • Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Seeks Permission To Hire 40 More Foreign Workers
Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Seeks Permission To Hire 40 More Foreign Workers

At the end of mentioned period, they would be expected to return home. The postings show that - despite Trump's insistence that immigration is holding down wages and crowding out native-born American workers - his club believes it can not find any Americans in South Florida who are qualified to hold two very common restaurant-industry jobs.

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  • White House announces hiring of former Fox News exec Bill Shine
White House announces hiring of former Fox News exec Bill Shine

Shine, born in 1963, was promoted to co-president of Fox News , Trump's preferred television channel, in 2016 but was removed past year for his handling of a sexual harassment scandal involving Roger Ailes , the network's former chairman and CEO.

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  • Japan executes cult leader
Japan executes cult leader

The attack stunned Japan at a time when it was considered one of the safest countries in the world. She signed the execution order on Tuesday. The cult also used sarin in 1994, releasing the gas in the central city of Matsumoto on a summer night in an attempt to kill three judges set to rule on it.

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  • Trump savors big reveal for court choice
Trump savors big reveal for court choice

Supreme Court. Trump met with some possible candidates this weekend at his golf resort in Bedminster, N.J., and at the White House on Monday but Lee's spokesman Conn Carroll said he was unaware if the senator had met with the president.

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  • Canada heat wave death toll hits 54
Canada heat wave death toll hits 54

Dr. David Kaiser, physician-manager at Montreal's public health authority, said officials aren't surprised by the number of deaths in the metropolis. While the stifling weather also blanketed Ontario and parts of Atlantic Canada, no deaths have been reported elsewhere, in part because various jurisdictions have different ways of gathering data on...

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  • Dad found dead after killing his teenagers in Sydney's north-west
Dad found dead after killing his teenagers in Sydney's north-west

The children's mother arrived at the scene after police and emergency services and was treated for severe shock. Police are hunting a man believed to be involved - in what they believe is a domestic violence related incident. "It's a bad, awful tragedy", the prime minister told reporters on Friday. NSW Ambulance Inspector Kevin Sweeney describe...

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  • Amul Thapar Not On Donald Trump's Shortlist For US Supreme Court
Amul Thapar Not On Donald Trump's Shortlist For US Supreme Court

GOP Sen. Susan Collins of ME has often been a thorn in Trump's side. The US President has chosen prime time to make the announcement. "I'm very, very happy with them and we will pick somebody who will be outstanding, hopefully for many years to come", he said.

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  • Gareth Southgate hails Harry Maguire’s World Cup impact
Gareth Southgate hails Harry Maguire’s World Cup impact

Fans watching the match on giant screens in Camden and Shoreditch went mad with excitement at the final whistle, taking to the streets to continue partying. "Whether we are in the top four in the world, we still need to prove that", he said. On its Twitter page, the London Ambulance Service's joint response unit said: "Obviously we are chuffed ...

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  • North Korea warns United States attitude is 'highly REGRETTABLE' as tensions soar
North Korea warns United States attitude is 'highly REGRETTABLE' as tensions soar

The motorcade carrying U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo drives towards Kumsusan Palace of the Sun in Pyongyang , North Korea, Friday , July 6, 2018. Last month, Kim and Trump met in Singapore and signed a statement committing Pyongyang to "work towards complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula " in exchange for USA "security guarant...

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  • England fans criticised for invading IKEA store following victory over Sweden
England fans criticised for invading IKEA store following victory over Sweden

Speaking after the game, Kane said: 'We looked composed. "I'm not sure if Kevin knew who Kyle was at the time, ' said Reid". The victory over Sweden has sent England through to their first World Cup semi-final since 1990. "We've done great up until now but it's another step we've got to overcome". Not since Italia '90 and that penalty s...

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  • USA destroyers sail through Taiwan Strait
USA destroyers sail through Taiwan Strait

The warships, the USS Mustin and USS Benfold, headed north, the official said, and are the first American warships to pass through the strait since July 2017, when the USS John S. The goal is to draw a line to prevent China from damaging the regional "status quo", as Beijing attempts to challenge it, the source said. USA officials, speaking on c...

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  • Trump Mocks #MeToo, Sucks Up To Putin, And Other Greatest Rally Hits
Trump Mocks #MeToo, Sucks Up To Putin, And Other Greatest Rally Hits

I don't know what Donald Trump thinks you have to swab with those little DNA tests, but clearly he was making a reference to some kind of sexual thing with Elizabeth Warren there, after, of course, insulting her heritage. Warren was referring to the Health and Human Services Department's announcement that it will use DNA to confirm parent-child...

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  • Veterans speak out about the U.S. Army discharging immigrant recruits
Veterans speak out about the U.S. Army discharging immigrant recruits

The designation can be obtained even just a few days after receiving basic training, but because some recruits have reportedly been discharged before receiving such training, they will no longer be given the chance to become US citizens through the program.

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  • Merkel hosts Orban with anti-migrant wind blowing
Merkel hosts Orban with anti-migrant wind blowing

Equity markets have been jittery ahead of a July 6 deadline when the U.S.is set to slap tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods that Beijing has vowed to match with tariffs on US products. Orban made clear that he believes asylum-seekers who register in Hungary must have come through Greece or Bulgaria first, and his country therefore won't...

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  • North Korean, US officials seek clarity in second day of Pyongyang talks
North Korean, US officials seek clarity in second day of Pyongyang talks

North Korea's accusation that Pompeo had made "gangster-like" demands, which came after two days of talks that began in Pyongyang on Friday , contradicted Pompeo's comments on Saturday that he had made progress on "almost all of the central issues".

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  • US Service Member Killed In Apparent Insider Attack
US Service Member Killed In Apparent Insider Attack

A US service member was killed and two others wounded in what North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is calling "an apparent insider attack" in Afghanistan Saturday. This is the third combat fatality in Afghanistan this year. It added thatthe name of the deceased service member was being withheld until next of kin is notified.

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  • Lehigh Valley farmers see soybean prices dive as China imposes tariffs
Lehigh Valley farmers see soybean prices dive as China imposes tariffs

Since then, the sides have traded salvos, with the US focusing its import duties on high-tech equipment while China has targeted products like cars, soybeans, and lobsters - many of which are produced in areas of the USA that voted for Trump .

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