• Our Favorite Signs From the Families Belong Together Marches
Our Favorite Signs From the Families Belong Together Marches

He called on the crowd to promote a welcoming environment in the U.S. He said they have spent more than $2,500 so far not counting what they are paying a lawyer to help them through the process. "I feel it's wrong to be thinking this way but sitting on my hands and doing nothing about it". The marches in New Jersey are among more than 700 ral...

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  • US, Japanese agree to continue joint military exercises
US, Japanese agree to continue joint military exercises

Regional allies were caught wrong-footed by Trump's unexpected announcement on June 12 to suspend joint military exercises between the USA and South Korea that had previously been seen as a vital measure to contain the North Korean threat.

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  • WSJ reports that North Korea expands key missile-manufacturing plant
WSJ reports that North Korea expands key missile-manufacturing plant

USA officials believe that North Korea is working to hide some of its nuclear stockpile and key aspects of its production facilities from the United States, The Washington Post reported Sunday. Experts have voiced concerns that Washington may accept a lukewarm deal centered exclusively on Yongbyon that disregards other underground sites.

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  • Bolton says US could dismantle North Korean arsenal
Bolton says US could dismantle North Korean arsenal "within a year"

The nuclear-armed North's leader Kim Jong Un promised to "work toward" denuclearization at a landmark summit in Singapore in June with US President Donald Trump . CNN published satellite photos last week showing infrastructure upgrades in the works at Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center, a major nuclear research site in North Korea.

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  • Notorious French gangster escapes from prison by helicopter
Notorious French gangster escapes from prison by helicopter

A court sketch of French armed robber Redoine Faid at a February 2018 session of his trial in Paris over the 2010 death of a French police officer. Two gunmen in balaclavas used smoke bombs and angle-grinders to break into the visitors' room where Faid was talking to his brother. The helicopter, whose pilot may have been taken hostage, was fo...

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  • Trump denies pulling out of World Trade Organisation
Trump denies pulling out of World Trade Organisation

Sources tell Axios' Jonathan Swan that Trump has repeatedly threatened to drop out of the World Trade Organization , which would be a seismic blow to the global system of trade. In the latest escalation of the global trade spat, Canada on Friday said it would levy duties on C$16.6 billion ($12.6 billion) of American goods in response to America...

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  • Nine people stabbed at refugee housing in Boise, Idaho
Nine people stabbed at refugee housing in Boise, Idaho

He is from Los Angeles and had been living temporarily at the Wylie Street Station apartments in Boise until Friday when he was asked to leave, police said. "When we were outside he was chasing people and stabbing them so we went inside the closet", Habte said. All nine victims were taken to the hospital, and police apprehended a suspect quickl...

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  • Mourners remember 5 people slain at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md
Mourners remember 5 people slain at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md

In lieu of flowers, Geimer urged well-wishers to make a donation to the Girl Scouts of America, the American Civil Liberties Union, Planned Parenthood, or the American Red Cross . The gunman who carried out a deadly assault on a newspaper office in Annapolis, Maryland had barricaded a back door in an effort to "kill as many people as he could ...

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  • Letter to the editor: Ban based on faith defies US ideals
Letter to the editor: Ban based on faith defies US ideals

Supreme Court has upheld the president's Muslim ban , apparently turning a blind eye to the president's own words and our country's constitutional protections against discrimination", Inslee said. Trump indicated he doesn't have any plans to expand upon the current ban, despite his previous statements describing the order as "watered down" comp...

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  • Bolton: Trump will discuss election meddling with Putin
Bolton: Trump will discuss election meddling with Putin

On Wednesday, US National Security Adviser John Bolton arrived in Moscow to prepare a possible meeting between the two countries' president. Bolton said Trump often uses " we'll see " to show "that he's willing to talk to foreign leaders about a range of issues and hear their perspective".

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  • Feds unveil counter-tariffs, offer metal and manufacturing industries up to $2B
Feds unveil counter-tariffs, offer metal and manufacturing industries up to $2B

Canada struck back at the Trump administration over us steel and aluminum tariffs on Friday, vowing to impose punitive measures on C$16.6 billion ($12.63 billion) worth of American goods until Washington relents. And at the end of the day, Ujczo added the Trump administration's overarching objective of the talks has been to stop Canada and Mexi...

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  • BAE Systems lead British defence export
BAE Systems lead British defence export

Meanwhile, in the UK, Prime Minister Theresa May said that the deal would equally provide an "enormous boost" to the economy in the UK and serves to reflect governmental strategies to "build on our close relationships with allies like Australia" in the lead up to Brexit.

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  • Thieves empty bank account of America’s oldest living man at 112
Thieves empty bank account of America’s oldest living man at 112

The thieves used the information to buy Treasury Direct savings bonds, using Richard's bank account number. 'I looked at it - what the hell are these debits?' Volma said to KXAN when a bank employee pulled up the statement showing the money going to Treasury Direct.

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  • 11 members of a family found dead in Delhi home
11 members of a family found dead in Delhi home

The bodies were found hanging, said the police. Ten bodies were found hanging and blindfolded, while a 75-year-old woman's body was found on the floor, the police was quoted as saying by PTI . According to reports, the family shop used to be open from 6AM in the morning. He alerted the other neighbours and informed the police. "We are trying to ...

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  • Maryland shooting: Suspect barricaded doors and hunted victims
Maryland shooting: Suspect barricaded doors and hunted victims

With its weekly sailboat races and picturesque downtown, residents were settling into the rhythms of summer when the shooting shattered the town's usual tranquility. Caitlin Walls works in an interior design shop. One of the considerations for choosing Annapolis was its close-knit nature. "He was calling the African-Americans racial slurs...

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  • House Democrat, Nearly 575 Others Arrested Protesting Border Policy Inside Senate Building
House Democrat, Nearly 575 Others Arrested Protesting Border Policy Inside Senate Building

The protests came as demonstrations occurred around the country over the Trump administration's policy of separating immigrant families. But the family separation policy has been a watershed for attracting a broader spectrum of demonstrators, she said.

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  • USA states sue Trump administration over migrant family separations
USA states sue Trump administration over migrant family separations

At least 228 children were left behind when their parents were removed after they crossed illegally together into the U.S.in April, according to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse of Syracuse University. "This clear call for an end to the constitutionally-guaranteed right to due process is symptomatic of an administration that disdains ...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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