• Donald Trump's Brexit advice to Theresa May
Donald Trump's Brexit advice to Theresa May

President has already caused controversy during his visit after landing yesterday, slamming British Prime Minister Theresa May's strategy around Brexit and taking aim at the Mayor of London. May is facing a rebellion by Brexit hardliners over the proposals, including the resignation of Johnson and Brexit minister David Davis. Johnson, who help...

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  • Israelis wounded by rocket fire from Gaza
Israelis wounded by rocket fire from Gaza

It said it fired toward a Palestinian who was attempting to infiltrate Israeli territory, but the incident appeared to be unrelated to the death of the teenager. Hamas stopped short of claiming responsibility for the rocket fire, but Barhoum earlier called it "an immediate response by the resistance to the escalation" by Israel and a deterrence to ...

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  • John McCain to Trump: Cancel Putin Meeting
John McCain to Trump: Cancel Putin Meeting

Even bitcoin, the electronic cash that's kept Silicon Valley abuzz, played a key role in the Russians' efforts to build their hacking infrastructure. The Russians indicted are not in USA custody nor is it likely that they will ever serve jail time. "If President Trump is not prepared to hold Putin accountable, the summit in Helsinki shoul...

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  • Apt, swift response to stop Israeli aggression: Hamas
Apt, swift response to stop Israeli aggression: Hamas

Earlier in the day the IDF said it had three main aims in its military actions in Gaza: Stopping the fire kites, the rocket fire, and the weekly protests along the Gaza border. Local residents, who had earlier been told they could return to their usual routines after a barrage overnight Friday, were instructed to remain close to bomb shelters, and ...

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  • United States grand jury indicts 12 Russian spies in 2016 election hacking
United States grand jury indicts 12 Russian spies in 2016 election hacking

However, he said, "there's no allegation in this indictment that the Americans knew they were corresponding with Russian intelligence officers ". On July 27, 2016, Trump famously said, " Russia , if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing".

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  • Apologised to Theresa May over 'fake' interview
Apologised to Theresa May over 'fake' interview

US President Donald Trump failed to impress the British during his visit to the United Kingdom, due to both his policies and the way he behaved with the Queen . Trump has talked at length about the royal family over the years. It is also considered very rude to turn ones back on the Queen when meeting with her.

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  • Senate asks for greater voice on tariffs
Senate asks for greater voice on tariffs

Trump's multi-front trade war, they charged, is killing jobs in the US and driving friends away, just when they're needed to counter the real economic menace: China. It asks senators selected to join their House counterparts in a conference committee on an appropriations bill to add language to amend the process of tariff imposition to require grea...

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  • Boat from Gaza challenges Israeli blockade
Boat from Gaza challenges Israeli blockade

In an attempt to break the crippling maritime blockade imposed by Israel, the Palestinian Freedom Flotilla- II, carrying the sick and wounded sailed from Gaza towards Cyprus on July 10. Workers load medical supplies onto a truck bound for the Gaza Strip at the Kerem Shalom Crossing on May 13, 2018. There has been no immediate Israeli comment on ...

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  • British police confirm source of Novichok poisoning
British police confirm source of Novichok poisoning

Scotland Yard said the nerve agent was found in a small bottle in the Amesbury home of Charlie Rowley, who along with partner Dawn Sturgess was exposed to the deadly substance last month. The continued blocking off of areas would "allow thorough searches to continue as a precautionary measure for public safety and to assist the investigation team...

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  • Greece to 'expel Russian diplomats' over FYR Macedonia deal
Greece to 'expel Russian diplomats' over FYR Macedonia deal

Greek authorities has not commented so far. Thousands of Macedonians take part in a protest over a compromise solution in Macedonia's dispute with Greece over the country's name in Skopje, Macedonia, June 2, 2018. Even when other nations were expelling Russian diplomats over the Skripal affair, Greece allowed all Russian diplomats to remain on ...

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  • Trump says hopes to play golf in Scotland ahead of Putin meeting
Trump says hopes to play golf in Scotland ahead of Putin meeting

He and Martha MacCallum discussed the opposition that many Britons have over Trump's visit. 'President Trump must be willing to confront Putin from a position of strength and demonstrate that there will be a serious price to pay for his ongoing aggression towards the United States and democracies around the world.

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  • Rosenstein Indictments Return Focus To Roger Stone
Rosenstein Indictments Return Focus To Roger Stone

The longtime political trickster Stone has stated that he did not have prior knowledge of WikiLeaks' release of thousands of DNC emails before the 2016 election, a leak that Hillary Clinton and other Democrats have credited with helping Trump take the White House.

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  • Ex-CIA director: Mueller investigation will have 'a widening circle' of indictments
Ex-CIA director: Mueller investigation will have 'a widening circle' of indictments

Connecting the dots, one can assume that the candidate seeking and receiving the "stolen documents' was a member of the Republican party, considering the fact that the Mueller investigation has only indicated that Guccifer 2.0 released stolen material from the DNC and Clinton Campaign".

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  • Trump Attends Belgium NATO Summit in Tense Atmosphere
Trump Attends Belgium NATO Summit in Tense Atmosphere

Trump's comments drew pushback from Stoltenberg, who defended the importance of the alliance's defense goals. Canada only contributed 1.29% of its GDP, while Germany - which has drawn criticism from President Trump - spent 1.24% of its GDP on defense past year.

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  • Trump blasts British prime minister ahead of meeting
Trump blasts British prime minister ahead of meeting

In an antagonistic interview with The Sun , the USA president lashed out at Sadiq Khan , accusing him of doing a "terrible" job, claimed Boris Johnson would make a great Prime Minister and made it clear he was very aware of the giant inflatable Trump baby due to fly above Parliament today - and would be avoiding London .

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  • Cops Toss Coin in Driver's Arrest in Georgia
Cops Toss Coin in Driver's Arrest in Georgia

Although the coin landed on tails, the officers arrested Webb anyway. The news outlet reported Webb was pulled over for a traffic stop this past April for allegedly speeding past a police cruiser. Officer Wilson interjects with, "23", which, per 11 Alive , is a numerical code for arrest, to which Brown answers, "Michael Jordan?" Brown then arres...

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  • Rescued Thai cave boys to leave hospital Thursday
Rescued Thai cave boys to leave hospital Thursday

The rescue gripped the world, with much praise focusing on the navy SEALs and worldwide team of divers who helped them, toiling for days in risky conditions to get the boys out. Asked by an off-camera interviewer what they were looking forward to eating, their wish list included slow-cooked pork leg with steamed rice, fried crispy pork, roasted r...

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  • Trump says May's Brexit plan would kill UK-US trade deal
Trump says May's Brexit plan would kill UK-US trade deal

At a news conference on Tuesday, May maintained her plan "absolutely keeps faith with the vote of the British people", ending free movement of people from the EU, taking Britain out of European court jurisdiction and saving the "vast sums of money" that Britain pays as a member.

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  • Whaling company accused of killing rare blue whale
Whaling company accused of killing rare blue whale

Iceland , along with every other country, agreed to honour the International Whaling Commission's decision in the 1960s. "From the photos, it has all the characteristics of a blue whale; given that - notably the coloration pattern - there is nearly no possibility that an experienced observer would have misidentified it as anything else at sea" - ...

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  • Nawaz Sharif arrested on his return to febrile Pakistan
Nawaz Sharif arrested on his return to febrile Pakistan

A special plane later carried Sharif and Maryam to Islamabad . Adding to the tension surrounding the upcoming poll, a suicide bomber hit an election rally of a regional party in southwestern Pakistan, killing 85 people. Senior PML-N leaders, including Nawaz's brother Shehbaz, led rallies to the airport from across the Punjab province that is the...

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