• S. Korean leader praises North's plan to dismantle nuke site
S. Korean leader praises North's plan to dismantle nuke site

Moon said Monday that the North's decision shows how honest the country is about making the talks between Kim and Trump a success. "Every single site that the North Koreans have that can inflict risk on the American people that is destroyed, eliminated, dismantled is good news for the American people and for the world", he said on " Fox News Su...

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  • More Fissures From Hawaii Volcano Threaten Residences
More Fissures From Hawaii Volcano Threaten Residences

It says people may be unable to breathe if exposed. Since Kilauea began erupting on May 3, almost 2,000 people have been ordered to evacuate as 18 giant fissures ripped through the area, including two new ones that opened on Sunday with ear-piercing screeches that sent lava and rocks flying.

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  • United States has sacrificed its role as Middle East mediator, says Erdogan
United States has sacrificed its role as Middle East mediator, says Erdogan

Yildirim added. In Istanbul around 2,000 people marched down the main Istiklal Street, carrying banners saying "Jerusalem belongs to Muslims" and "Murderer Israel, get out of Palestine". U.S. President Donald Trump sparked an worldwide outcry last December when he unilaterally recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital and vowed to relocate the U.S...

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  • Mom Denies Abuse After 10 Kids Removed From California Home
Mom Denies Abuse After 10 Kids Removed From California Home

Rogers defended herself and her husband during an interview with reporters Monday, denying police reports of abuse or neglect. In total, the couple has 11 children, KTVU reported (but other sources are reporting they have 10 children.) Eight of their children are biological children that they had together, KTVU reported.

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  • Trump's Anti-Semitic Faith Adviser To Speak At US Embassy Opening In Jerusalem
Trump's Anti-Semitic Faith Adviser To Speak At US Embassy Opening In Jerusalem

Jeffress serves on Trump's evangelical advisory panel and preached at the family's private service on Inauguration Day. GJELTEN: Though he was surrounded by Jewish religious leaders, Jeffress closed his prayer invoking his Christian faith.

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  • Cannes film festival 2018: When Sonam Kapoor kissed Mahira Khan
Cannes film festival 2018: When Sonam Kapoor kissed Mahira Khan

Dripping in elegance, laced with grace, and tinted with poise, Mahira was truly a vision as she walked in navy blue off shoulder ball gown. With nude make-up, neutral lips and a messy bun, her party look was rounded off with simple studs.

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  • Elusive peace grows more remote with US Jerusalem embassy move, violence
Elusive peace grows more remote with US Jerusalem embassy move, violence

The protests took place as the U.S. embassy was formally relocated to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, on the 70th anniversary of the formation of Israel , amid formality and celebration that created an nearly surreal contrast to the violence raging barely 60km away.

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  • Fuel prices up after polls, at 4-year high
Fuel prices up after polls, at 4-year high

According to estimates, since the start of April- Indian Oil Corp, Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd and Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd- have suffered the total loss of around Rs 1,500-1,700 crore with rising worldwide crude oil prices . Benchmark worldwide rate for petrol during this time went up from $ 78.84 per barrel to $ 82.98, while diesel rates dur...

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  • Lets Us Take A Pledge To Oppose JPC Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016
Lets Us Take A Pledge To Oppose JPC Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016

These groups say the bill will violate the Assam Accord of 1985 and citizenship can not be granted on the basis of religion. Several organisations and citizens took out a procession to voice their concern against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 , saying it would breach the clauses of the Assam Accord that states that all illegal foreign...

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  • Al-Sadr's Sairoon bloc sweeps Iraq polls: Early results
Al-Sadr's Sairoon bloc sweeps Iraq polls: Early results

Iraq's electoral commission says influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's alliance is the early front-runner in national elections, with official results in from just over half of the country's provinces. His popularity has grown steadily over the past decade. The occupation reportedly took place for 24 hours before the protesters were instru...

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  • Egypt condemns terror attack on Indonesian police station
Egypt condemns terror attack on Indonesian police station

Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, has struggled in recent months with a rise in Islamist militancy, which has come as ISIS has been squeezed out of its heartland in Syria and Iraq. Karnavian also told reporters Monday that none of the families involved in the attacks had recently traveled to Syria, but Oepriarto had close links...

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  • US First Lady Undergoes Kidney Surgery at Military Hospital
US First Lady Undergoes Kidney Surgery at Military Hospital

Friends close to the Trump family also learned of Melania's surgery through the news; many were surprised the president was not present during surgery. The most likely reason for such a procedure is to treat a benign tumor known as an angiomyolipoma, according to Mohamad Allaf, vice chairman of the urology department at the Johns Hopkins Univers...

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  • Nanny to be sentenced in killing of two kids
Nanny to be sentenced in killing of two kids

Disclosing a sentence, the civil servant has called Ortega a " pure evil ". Ortega, who's from the Dominican Republic, had been recommended by her sister, a nanny for another NY family, and her background and references were faked by her family.

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  • United Kingdom spy chief warns on threats from IS, Russia
United Kingdom spy chief warns on threats from IS, Russia

President Vladimir Putin claims that British allegations are "nonsense" but that Moscow is willing to cooperate with London on the probe. The Salisbury attack saw a military grade nerve agent used on both Sergei Skripal and his daughter will be described as "deliberate and targeted malign activity from Moscow" by the MI5 chief.

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  • Oklahoma Governor Angers Gun, Gay Rights Groups on Same Day
Oklahoma Governor Angers Gun, Gay Rights Groups on Same Day

Mary Fallin on Friday vetoed the "Constitutional have" charge which, if passed, would have permitted handgun owners in their nation to take without initially receiving a permit. "Oklahomans believe that law-abiding individuals should be able to defend themselves", Fallin said in a statement . Allie Shinn, the director of external affairs for ...

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  • Russian Bombers Intercepted By US F-22 Fighters Near Alaska — USNORTHCOM
Russian Bombers Intercepted By US F-22 Fighters Near Alaska — USNORTHCOM

According to authorities, the interception occurred in global airspace near the West coast of Alaska North of the Aleutian Islands. At no time did the bombers enter North American sovereign airspace, said the NORAD spokesman, Canadian Army Maj.

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  • Pakistan imposes restrictions on movement of USA diplomats
Pakistan imposes restrictions on movement of USA diplomats

On Saturday, Hall was prevented from boarding a USA plane, the latest twist in a dispute that has raised anti-American sentiment in Pakistan, a security ally that is increasingly at odds with the United States on major issues. Embassy on Friday and obtained by Reuters . Both said they would analyze the conditions on a case-by-case basis. Ameri...

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  • Tragedy in Margaret River
Tragedy in Margaret River

A family of seven including four children was found dead with gunshot wounds on Friday at a rural property in southwest Australia in what could be the country's worst mass shooting in 22 years, police and news media said. Cynda Miles worked for a local community group, according to neighbours and public records. Detectives are expected to sp...

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  • China's first home-grown aircraft carrier launches
China's first home-grown aircraft carrier launches

The Xinhua news agency reports that the new aircraft carrier set sail for the trials from a port in the northeastern city of Dalian, Liaoning Province, on Sunday. The new ship will be the second aircraft carrier in the expanding Chinese Navy. In addition, the carrier is first built on their own. Neither of the two vessels is nuclear-powered; ...

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  • Severe thunderstorm watch in effect until 11 pm Sunday
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect until 11 pm Sunday

The storm was also responsible for a house fire in Grand Island when lightning struck a home at 3204 Knights Road. Forecasters predicted severe weather Saturday night, including showers and thunderstorms with gusty winds and small hail for the rest of the state.

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