• Trump denies report he's frustrated with North Korea
Trump denies report he's frustrated with North Korea

He warned that "when sanctions are not enforced, the prospects for the successful denuclearization of North Korea are diminished". Pompeo later denied that a meeting was planned, a claim contradicted by diplomats who said the secretary initially meant to see the North Korean leader.

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  • Judge reveals identities of 5 witnesses immunized to testify against Manafort
Judge reveals identities of 5 witnesses immunized to testify against Manafort

Manafort pleaded not guilty to all charges. Ellis was hearing a request from Manafort that evidence and arguments about Manafort's affiliation with the Trump campaign be excluded from the trial. A federal judge in Virginia has agreed to postpone trial for Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort . Potential jurors in the trial ...

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  • Hillary Clinton Talks Trump And Russia Summit At NYC Fest
Hillary Clinton Talks Trump And Russia Summit At NYC Fest

Coats released a statement Monday re-affirming the conclusion of the U.S. intelligence community that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 election after Trump declined to endorse that conclusion during a press conference with Putin in Helsinki .

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  • Woman Struck, Injured By Umbrella On Beach In Ocean City
Woman Struck, Injured By Umbrella On Beach In Ocean City

Paramedics had to cut off the end of the umbrella in order to remove it from the woman's chest, officials said. A spokeswoman for Ocean City , Jessica Walters, said the woman was flown to a hospital by Maryland State police , the Washington Times reported.

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  • No deal Brexit could lead to
No deal Brexit could lead to "civil unrest", Amazon UK boss warns

He added: "Certainly it needs to go into the arrangements we have at worldwide level with our European Union partners". Raab told the BBC on Sunday the withdrawal agreement could be reached by October if the bloc matched Britain's "energy, ambition and pragmatism".

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  • Trump administration releases Carter Page wiretap documents
Trump administration releases Carter Page wiretap documents

The FBI released documents part of an investigation into whether Page conspired with the Russian government to undermine the 2016 U.S. election. The 412 pages, mostly heavily redacted , included surveillance applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and warrants surrounding the investigation into Mr Page.

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  • Japanese heat wave pushes temperature to record
Japanese heat wave pushes temperature to record

In a statement, the meteorological agency said that "the potential for heat illness is higher than usual". A deadly heat wave blistering across Japan has claimed more than 30 lives this month, with little relief in sight as record temperatures are expected to persist until later this week.

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  • PTI’s Ikramullah Khan Gandapur laid to rest, case registered
PTI’s Ikramullah Khan Gandapur laid to rest, case registered

As per a report by Express News, the PMLN leader said that he would soon be meeting the leaders of the respective countries to learn their strategies in order to make Pakistan a great nation. "ISI is fully involved in manipulating judicial process". Pakistan's army has said it will deploy more than 370,000 troops on polling day - around five ti...

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  • Trump Seeks To Yank Security Clearance Of His Critics
Trump Seeks To Yank Security Clearance Of His Critics

The officials Sanders said are being examined are former CIA director John Brennan; former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James B. Comey; former CIA director Michael V. But the former DNI believes the act of revoking a security clearance over political disagreement crosses a line. On Twitter, Hayden said he doesn't go to the White H...

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  • Toronto mass shooting death toll rises to three, including gunman, police say
Toronto mass shooting death toll rises to three, including gunman, police say

Police said 12 people were injured in the attack. A woman, who only gave her first name as Mary, said she was in the Pantheon Restaurant on Danforth Avenue when she saw a little girl who appeared to be about seven or eight years old on a stretcher being placed in an ambulance.

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  • U.S. intelligence chief says no disrespect intended toward Trump
U.S. intelligence chief says no disrespect intended toward Trump

Trump and Putin held a joint press conference at their summit Monday where it seemed Trump accepted Putin's "strong" and "powerful" denials of Russian government election interference over the conclusion of every US intelligence agency. Schiff's comments as controversy continues to swirl over Trump's unwilling to denounce Russian election meddling...

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  • Trump legal team waived attorney-client privilege on Cohen recording
Trump legal team waived attorney-client privilege on Cohen recording

In a tweet on Saturday, Trump said it was "totally unheard of & perhaps illegal" for a lawyer to record a client. " Inconceivable that the government would break into a lawyer's office (early in the morning ) - nearly unheard of", Trump tweeted.

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  • PM May’s Brexit strategy, Britons voted in refusal: polls indicates
PM May’s Brexit strategy, Britons voted in refusal: polls indicates

Mr Davis, who quit as Brexit secretary in protest at the Chequers agreement, said the PM needed to "start again" on withdrawal plans. The asset management industry has long proposed an enhanced "equivalence" model, which has already enabled countries such as America and Singapore to simplify trade with the EU.

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  • Adam Schiff: Helsinki Talks 'Productive...For Vladimir Putin'
Adam Schiff: Helsinki Talks 'Productive...For Vladimir Putin'

Wallace also asked Putin why "so many " of his political opponents end up dead or hurt; Putin deflected and said US presidents had been assassinated as well. Paradoxically, indications have been given that verbal agreements were reached on some important issues."It was overall successful and led to productive agreements", Putin said of the summ...

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  • Russian Federation working to prevent Israeli-Iranian military clash
Russian Federation working to prevent Israeli-Iranian military clash

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, is an important document that should be preserved. Alexander Lavrentiev, for his part, said "Russian government will continue to cooperate in the fight against terrorism until stability and security is reached in the whole ...

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  • Japan heatwave kills dozens, 12000 rushed to hospital
Japan heatwave kills dozens, 12000 rushed to hospital

The pan-nation heatwave has also led to at least 40 deaths, with 11 people dying from suspected heatstroke on Saturday alone, reported The Japan Times . Millions were forced to evacuate due to floods and landslides, with most of the 200 people who have died coming from the Hiroshima and Okayama prefectures.

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  • IDF rescues hundreds of civilians in Syria in immediate danger
IDF rescues hundreds of civilians in Syria in immediate danger

Jordan, which has closed its borders to refugees, says it had permitted the United Nations bring in 800 rescue workers and their families into the country. "We pay tribute to the courageous and selfless work that White Helmets volunteers have done to save Syrians on all sides of the conflict". The U.S.

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  • Deadly Trader Joe's shooting started with domestic feud
Deadly Trader Joe's shooting started with domestic feud

She was a store manager. Don Kohles was outside the store when he saw the end of the pursuit. The victim's brother identified her. Eldorado worked at Trader Joe's for four to five years, Albert Corado said. Later, a man was seen being led away from the store in handcuffs. The suspect had a pistol in his hand and "just started opening fire...

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  • 11 taxi drivers killed in South Africa ambush after attending funeral
11 taxi drivers killed in South Africa ambush after attending funeral

Eleven taxi drivers have been shot dead after attending a funeral in South Africa . Fifteen million commuters, 70 per cent of those travelling each day, rely on the... Taxis are the most popular form of transport in South Africa and violence between rival associations over lucrative routes has plagued the country for years.

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  • Are duck boats safe? Concerns raised after Branson, Mo. tragedy
Are duck boats safe? Concerns raised after Branson, Mo. tragedy

She was alone when she came up for air. I felt the water temperature raise to warm", said Coleman, "I saw the big boat that sits out there, and when I saw them, they were throwing life jackets out to people and I said keep me lord, keep me, keep me so I could get to my children.

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