• Satellite images show North Korea upgrading nuclear facility
Satellite images show North Korea upgrading nuclear facility

Still, the monitoring group conceded in its research paper that the ongoing improvements to the Yongbyon facility should not necessarily be seen as having any direct relationship to North Korea's recent pledge to denuclearize. "The things they do today don't violate UN Security Council sanctions against North Korea". Uranium enrichment, a key compo...

Read more

  • Rally Against Family Separation Marches From City Hall To Boston Common
Rally Against Family Separation Marches From City Hall To Boston Common

The U.S. government said in a court filing on Friday that it has the right to detain children and parents caught crossing the U.S. border illegally for the duration of their immigration proceedings. The demonstrators demanded Congress to end ICE as they condemned the "zero tolerance" immigration policy . The interpretation means immigrant fami...

Read more

  • US House rejects Republican immigration bill backed by Trump
US House rejects Republican immigration bill backed by Trump

The judge also issued an injunction against any more separations, and gave USA federal authorities 10 days to allow parents to call their children if they are not already in touch with them. As previously reported "FACTS", on Tuesday, June 26, the U.S. Supreme court approved the decree of the President of Donald trump about the ban on the entry...

Read more

  • Focus on coming Supreme Court nomination turns to Murkowski, Collins
Focus on coming Supreme Court nomination turns to Murkowski, Collins

That list includes six women. Mr Trump said he may consider as many as seven candidates. The FBI is still conducting background checks, the person said. Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, a top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, said that no matter who is chosen, confirmation will rest on the decisions of two GOP senators: Ms Susan Collins of ...

Read more

  • Erdogan not to renew state of emergency, sources say
Erdogan not to renew state of emergency, sources say

With nearly 97 percent of the parliamentary votes counted, the AK Party's People's Alliance was ahead with 53.6 percent of the votes and the Nation's Alliance was in second place with 34.2 percent of the votes. In Europe, the trend towards authoritarianism has been fed by a populism of the right and left so often characterised by contempt for mains...

Read more

  • Feds Evict, Arrest Occupy ICE Activists at Portland ICE Facility
Feds Evict, Arrest Occupy ICE Activists at Portland ICE Facility

Homeland Security protective police officers have dismantled an "Occupy ICE" encampment in Detroit that played home base for five days of protests calling for an end to the separation of immigrant children and their families. "I have watched ICE liberate towns from the grasp of MS-13 & clean out the toughest of situations". "They are great!" ...

Read more

  • Trump administration to use review panel to curb China tech investments
Trump administration to use review panel to curb China tech investments

Stock futures, which had been lower because of fears that Trump might institute Chinese investment bans and escalate a trade war, ticked up after news that his plan is less restrictive. CFIUS is an interagency body housed in the Treasury Department that vets purchases and takeovers of USA businesses by foreign entities for potential national securi...

Read more

  • Melania Trump will make second trip to immigration facility this week
Melania Trump will make second trip to immigration facility this week

This week, a federal judge in California, Dana Sabraw , ordered families separated under the policy to be reunited, although this would not stop the prosecution of illegal migrants. But the measure was widely expected to fail. He said his agency and the Department of Justice must figure out how to prosecute the parents without splitting them from...

Read more

  • Fighting in Southern Syria Escalates, Displaces 50,000 People
Fighting in Southern Syria Escalates, Displaces 50,000 People

Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi also said the Jordanian borders with Syria will remain closed and the United Nations can secure the Syrian population in their country. Since Syria's civil war began in 2011, Jordan has taken in 660,000 registered Syrian refugees, and it says the actual number is double that. Jordan, which is already hosting hund...

Read more

  • Supreme Court upholds Trump travel ban
Supreme Court upholds Trump travel ban

Yet, as Justice Sotomayor explained, the majority "redeploy [ed] the same unsafe logic" in this case, by "blindly accepting the Government's misguided invitation to sanction a discriminatory policy motivated by animosity toward a disfavored group".

Read more

  • Putin, Trump to meet in Helsinki on July 16
Putin, Trump to meet in Helsinki on July 16

We don't want to isolate Russian Federation. In 1990, George H.W. Bush sat down with Mikhail Gorbachev to discuss the end of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Russian officials confirmed on Wednesday that a deal has been reached on holding a summit between President Trump and President Putin . Trump has continually parroted the Kremlin's ...

Read more

  • Socialist candidate pulls a ‘seismic political upset’ against Democratic party boss
Socialist candidate pulls a ‘seismic political upset’ against Democratic party boss

Some Democratic strategists say that Ocasio-Cortez's stunning primary victory reflects a new energy among the party's base - and that if a so-called blue wave comes in November, she and the other insurgent progressive candidates across the country will be the reason.

Read more

  • Electoral board head: Turkey vote was 'healthy'
Electoral board head: Turkey vote was 'healthy'

With almost 90 per cent of the country's ballot boxes counted, according to Anadolu , Erdogan was at 53.3 per cent of the vote, with his main rival Muharrem Ince at 30.4 per cent. The pro-Kurdish Peoples Democratic Party candidate Selahattin Demirtas came third with 8.4 percent, a position all the more remarkable given he has been jailed on ch...

Read more

  • U.S. House to vote on Republican immigration bill on Wednesday
U.S. House to vote on Republican immigration bill on Wednesday

But it remains unclear how the administration will reunite the more than 2,300 children already separated from their families. Other comparisons have been made to the Nazis separating children from their parents as they locked Jews in death camps during World War II and Native American children being separated by authorities from their families...

Read more

  • Zimbabwe president escapes rally blast
Zimbabwe president escapes rally blast

In an appearance on the state broadcaster, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, Mnangagwa said it was the seventh attempt on his life from his "usual" enemies. Among the others injured were several reporters, bodyguards and ruling party members. He also added that the strongest response to violence is peace.

Read more

  • Suspects in killing of innocent teen head back to NYC
Suspects in killing of innocent teen head back to NYC

He died after getting slashed in the neck with a machete. Another suspect, 19-year-old Kevin Alvarez , was arraigned here Monday on charges that include murder and gang assault. They sent a large contingent of cops and found four people tied to the attack of Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz who were holed up at a house on East 24th Street in Pat...

Read more

  • Jared Kushner questions whether Palestinian president wants peace
Jared Kushner questions whether Palestinian president wants peace

The Palestinians, who see east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state, say the USA peace plan will be dead on arrival. Abbas has refused to meet with Kushner and other members of the Trump administration, accusing them of bias toward Israel.

Read more

  • Mattis Expects N Korea To Return Us Servicemen Remains Soon
Mattis Expects N Korea To Return Us Servicemen Remains Soon

On the eastern side of the peninsula, railways could connect South Korea's port city of Busan to Europe via the North and Russian Federation. The South Korean prime minister said moving the artillery is under discussion amid thawing bilateral tensions.

Read more

  • Woman Called The Police On 8-Year-Old Child Selling Water
Woman Called The Police On 8-Year-Old Child Selling Water

In the video , she is heard saying, "This woman don't wanna let a little girl sell some water". Alison Ettel has faced widespread backlash after footage of her calling the police on an 8-year-old girl went viral. "Please don't make me sound awful". She was reportedly selling water to help contribute to a family trip to Disneyland . "On m...

Read more

  • Six arrested in Paterson in connection with Bronx machete killing
Six arrested in Paterson in connection with Bronx machete killing

At the time, NY authorities said charges are pending against the four other suspects they have in custody. Junior's sister said he loved Carmelo. Police have arrested six men - Jose Muniz, 21, of Paterson; Jose Taverez, 21, of Bronx, New York; Manuel Rivera , 18, of Bronx; Danel Fernandez, 21, of Bronx; Joniki Martinez , 24, of Freeport...

Read more