• Iran says nuclear deal talks with European Union 'constructive'
Iran says nuclear deal talks with European Union 'constructive'

Pompeo said he was "hopeful in the days and weeks ahead we can come up with a deal that really works, that really protects the world from Iranian bad behavior, not just their nuclear program, but their missiles and their malign behavior as well".

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  • US, Chinese officials try to head off trade war
US, Chinese officials try to head off trade war

In Beijing, the commerce ministry said China hoped the two sides could resolve the trade frictions during the talks. Members of the trade- and tax-focused U.S. The talks will start as USTR finishes up public hearings on the first batch of USA tariffs on US$50 billion worth of Chinese goods proposed as punishment for alleged violations of U.S.

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  • Bicyclists ride in silence to raise awareness and honor cyclists killed
Bicyclists ride in silence to raise awareness and honor cyclists killed

So, to remember those victims, the pack of about 200 bikers pedaled to spots where local cyclists killed on the road either lived or worked. Ride participants are required to wear a helmet, ride slow, remain silence and follow the rules of the road.

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  • Trump misjudged Iran, thought it would exit nuke deal: Rouhani
Trump misjudged Iran, thought it would exit nuke deal: Rouhani

Mogherini and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker will outline to the leaders what measures the bloc could take to shield its now substantial economic interests in Iran, Tusk added. Besides withdrawing from the deal , Trump made a decision to reinstate the previously lifted sanctions on Iran. Because thanks to him we have got rid of al...

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  • Novartis general counsel resigns over deal with Trump lawyer
Novartis general counsel resigns over deal with Trump lawyer

Trump submitted his financial disclosure form Wednesday, which showed he made a payment to Cohen between $100,001 and $250,000 in 2017. That letter was written in response to a complaint from a watchdog organization, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington , which said that Trump should have reported the payments to Cohen in la...

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  • Bad habits hard to break for Cavaliers
Bad habits hard to break for Cavaliers

The Celtics, who overcame a double-digit deficit, have never blown a 2-0 lead in the post-season. The Indians, in not acting to fortify (primarily because of financial constraints) what had been the most unique and reliable piece of the last two years, let the hole in the pen remain .The Cavs, in trading their second-best player without getting ...

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  • Ag teacher allegedly drowns raccoons in front of students
Ag teacher allegedly drowns raccoons in front of students

The student told the station a previous class had filled a trashcan with water, and that the students and teacher drowned the trapped raccoons in it. "It made me sick. FWC Officers are investigating to see the legality of the issue that occurred. Those findings will be presented to officials with the state attorney's office, who will decide if cr...

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  • US Senate panel reveals details from Trump Tower meeting probe
US Senate panel reveals details from Trump Tower meeting probe

The statement's assertion that the meeting primarily concerned a program for adopting Russian children turned out to be false when emails revealed that Trump Jr. Asked to account for the evolving statements, Trump Jr. told Senate investigators that "they're all very consistent with each other". Across the Capitol, the Russian Federation probes ha...

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  • Kristen Stewart flouts footwear ban at Cannes Film Festival
Kristen Stewart flouts footwear ban at Cannes Film Festival

But just before she entered the screening, she slipped off her shoes and walked up the stairs barefooted. Palestinian filmmaker Annemarie Jacir led a rally at the Cannes Film Festival yesterday to show solidarity with the 60 people killed in the Gaza protests, on the same day as the opening of the United States embassy in Jerusalem.

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  • European Union and Iran to keep nuclear deal in place
European Union and Iran to keep nuclear deal in place

It is further said to be forming a united European front against the U.S. in response to leaving the Iran nuclear deal and imposition of trade tariffs on Europe . The violence in Gaza will also be on the agenda as it was "linked to the bigger question of the consequences of the decisions of Donald Trump ", an European Union official said.

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  • Malaysian reformist Anwar Ibrahim released from prison
Malaysian reformist Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

Najib started the fund in 2009 and US investigators say at least $4.5 billion was stolen and laundered by Najib's associates, some of which landed in his bank account. And Mahathir announced that attorney general Mohamed Apandi Ali had been sent on leave after he reported for work on Monday and would be temporarily replaced by the solicitor general...

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  • Dixon Police Chief: Officer Saved Lives
Dixon Police Chief: Officer Saved Lives

He is being held in lieu of $2 million bond. The suspect was identified on Wednesday evening as Matthew A. Milby, according to Illinois State Police. "Well, my kid is laying up at the hospital shot". "He's a community guy, and he's a family guy, and thank god he's the one that's in that school working", she said.

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  • President Trump to Meet with California Officials About Sanctuary Policies
President Trump to Meet with California Officials About Sanctuary Policies

Trump made his remarks during a White House roundtable event in which California law enforcement officials and elected officials discussed the Golden State's revolt against California's sanctuary laws for illegal immigrants. It is black-letter law that a locality can not enact an ordinance that conflicts with state law - let alone one that, on it...

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  • Russia-Crimea bridge to be opened by Vladimir Putin
Russia-Crimea bridge to be opened by Vladimir Putin

About 10,000 workers participated in the work, a figure that at peak moments of the construction works reached the 15,000, while some 220 national companies contributed to the so-called work of the century, said the president visibly moved.

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  • This graduating class pulled off an awesome senior prank
This graduating class pulled off an awesome senior prank

The result was a very realistic looking crash scene that had police and even their principal singing the students' praises. Graduation week... Nice work seniors! They then got dozens of bricks and put them on and around the auto, which had "CHS CLASS 2018" written on the back windshield.

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  • Larry Kudlow: Trump-Xi 'Bromance' May Spur China Trade Deal
Larry Kudlow: Trump-Xi 'Bromance' May Spur China Trade Deal

He told Axios there's a "little bit of a bromance" between the two, reiterating that the Trump administration wants to avoid a full-fledged trade war with China. This trend goes beyond Trump. With these narratives I referred to, the genie is out of bottle - there are obviously limits to the Cold War parallels but they don't look as far-fetched as...

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  • Massive net loss worth Rs 13417 for scam hit PNB in Q4
Massive net loss worth Rs 13417 for scam hit PNB in Q4

The CBI today filed its first chargesheet in the country's largest financial scam worth over Dollars 2 billion at PNB allegedly committed by billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi . The duo have denied the allegations against them, and authorities have said they both left the country before the fraud was uncovered. Moreover, these were not accounted i...

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  • Sunday's Twins-Angels pitching matchup a must-watch battle of rookies
Sunday's Twins-Angels pitching matchup a must-watch battle of rookies

Mike Trout almost cost the Angels a key run, unwittingly, with his speed and aggressive baserunning in the seventh inning Saturday night, but his Matrix-like elusiveness on a slide into third helped his team pull even with Minnesota. "As advertised", Minnesota manager Paul Molitor said after his club's first look at Ohtani . Angels reliever K...

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  • Soros Foundation moves from Budapest to Berlin
Soros Foundation moves from Budapest to Berlin

The document also specified that the move is a necessary reaction to the actions of Prime Minister Orban, directed against non-governmental organizations. George Soros' Open Society Foundations operates more than 40 offices around the world. "The so-called Stop Soros package of laws is only the latest in a series of such attempts".

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  • Trump greets Muslims on Ramadan
Trump greets Muslims on Ramadan

Designated religious authorities in the United Kingdom (UK), Great Britain, Germany, France, Belgium and other parts of Europe are keeping a vigil on the crescent moon, which would mark the beginning of the month of Ramadan ul-kareem (Ramzan) 2018.

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