• Protests Erupt In Chicago After Police Shooting
Protests Erupt In Chicago After Police Shooting

Marchers were out again on Sunday, though no arrests were reported . Three or four officers suffered minor injuries and one patrol vehicle was damaged, and at least four protesters were arrested, officials said. and the officer involved will be placed on desk duty while the incident is investigated, officials said. One protester could be seen st...

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  • Sen. Mark Warner: Vladimir Putin will 'take advantage' of Donald Trump
Sen. Mark Warner: Vladimir Putin will 'take advantage' of Donald Trump

He also mentioned the USA relationship with China and the massive trade deficit with them. "But in a trade sense, they've really taken advantage of us. Huntsman said, "The president is chief negotiator, not me". "I hadn't thought of that. But I certainly, I'll be asking about it, but again, this was during the Obama administration".

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  • Official photo released from christening of Prince Louis
Official photo released from christening of Prince Louis

Kensington Palace shared a series of images of the adorable bub with his parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William , in Clarence house, alongside members of the royal family. The sleeping Prince looked peaceful and unaware of all the fuss carrying on around him as his beaming mother carried him into the service. Prince William and Kate Mid...

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  • Thai cave boys to be discharged from hospital on Thursday
Thai cave boys to be discharged from hospital on Thursday

Stanton and John Volanthen found the boys on July 2, squatting on a muddy mound in a flooded chamber 4 km (two and a half miles) inside the complex, nine days after they went in. One of the boys, 14-year-old Adul Samon, even sent his message in English, saying, "Hello, I am Adul. But it's really the worldwide team I would like to focus on and the T...

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  • Trump 'well below par': paragliding protester flies over Scotland resort
Trump 'well below par': paragliding protester flies over Scotland resort

Dozens of protesters have rallied outside President Donald Trump's golf resorts in Scotland to protest his visit. President Trump announced his arrival in Scotland via Twitter early Saturday . "We are investigating a breach of the air exclusion zone over Turnberry Hotel", Detective Inspector Stephen McCulloch said, describing the act as ...

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  • Jaguar escapes from zoo, goes on animal killing spree
Jaguar escapes from zoo, goes on animal killing spree

Did the zoo open on Saturday? The jaguar is 3-year-old and it's name is Valerio. Three others animals were also injured. Kyle Burks, vice president and managing director for the zoo, said at a news conference that Valero was sedated by a team of veterinarians and the animal was returned and secured in his area.

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  • 'Where are your manners?' British politicians outraged at Trump
'Where are your manners?' British politicians outraged at Trump

A White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said later that "The President likes and respects Prime Minister May very much". On Brexit , he said: "I don't know what you're going to do, but whatever you do, it's OK with me. Bannon was Trump's 2016 campaign chair and senior White House strategist before leaving the administration a year ago. Thi...

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  • 70 killed in attack at election rally in Pakistan's Quetta
70 killed in attack at election rally in Pakistan's Quetta

Survivors in blood-smeared clothes were taken to hospitals in Mastung and nearby Quetta , where they were greeted by tense crowds of mourners, an AFP reporter said. And on Friday, another bomb struck the convoy of the religious Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal party (MMA) in the northern town of Bannu, killing four people.

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  • Graham: Trump Must 'Reject' Any Putin Denials of Election Meddling
Graham: Trump Must 'Reject' Any Putin Denials of Election Meddling

Trump has long insisted that Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the election is a "witch hunt", despite USA intelligence findings in 2017 that some level of interference occurred. On Twitter Saturday, Mr. Trump asked, "Where is the DNC Server, and why didn't the Federal Bureau of Investigation take possession of it?" The charges...

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  • Ireland to ban trade with illegal Israeli settlements
Ireland to ban trade with illegal Israeli settlements

The bill, which passed its second reading on Tuesday, still has eight more procedural hurdles to jump, including a vote in the Irish Parliament's House of Representatives, before it can be signed into law by the Irish president. The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs praised the Irish Senate for the decision, "that many other countries have av...

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  • Trump disses 'fake news' CNN in joint press conference with May
Trump disses 'fake news' CNN in joint press conference with May

At one moment in the press conference on Friday, CNN's Jim Acosta attempted to ask Trump a question. "Let's go to a real network ", Trump said , pointing to John Roberts of Fox News. Dornic later shared that Roberts had blocked him on Twitter. Huckabee Sanders reacted by rage-tweeting about how a reporter "disrespected" Trump and that the...

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  • Trump hopes to reach agreement with Putin on nuclear proliferation
Trump hopes to reach agreement with Putin on nuclear proliferation

While Trump took tea with Queen Elizabeth, a USA federal grand jury charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with stealing data from the campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton . But in a tweet Saturday morning, Trump did not criticize Putin or condemn Russia's actions. He further suggested that Putin sees the result of t...

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  • Rudy Giuliani touts Russian hacking indictments as 'good news for all Americans'
Rudy Giuliani touts Russian hacking indictments as 'good news for all Americans'

They used a scheme known as "spearfishing", by tricking users into disclosing their passwords. The Russians are accused of planting malicious computer code and stole emails and other documents. The GRU is an intelligence agency and part of the Russian military. "I don't think you'll have any gee, I did it, I did it, you got me,"' Trump said.

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  • Donald Trump backtracks on Brexit, says US-UK ties 'indispensable'
Donald Trump backtracks on Brexit, says US-UK ties 'indispensable'

Trump and Mrs May are having a working lunch at Chequers, her country retreat in Buckinghamshire today. Trump called the Sun story "generally fine" but said that some of his remarks were left out. I think he would be a great prime minister . I get along with her very nicely. "The deal she is striking is a much different deal than the one pe...

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  • Russian Federation ready to invest $50b in Iran's oil, gas projects
Russian Federation ready to invest $50b in Iran's oil, gas projects

Ali Akbar Velayati , while visiting Moscow on July 13, also rejected USA and Israeli demands that Iran's military get out of Syria , saying that will happen only if the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad asks Iran to go. "They are trying to split our alliance". "We'll see what happens when the two of them get together", Bolotn stat...

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  • Vladmir Putin is a 'pipsqueak' in US-Russia relations: Bill Browder
Vladmir Putin is a 'pipsqueak' in US-Russia relations: Bill Browder

Presidents of Russian Federation and the United States are scheduled for their first summit meeting in the Finnish capital of Helsinki next Monday, July 16. "You know, he's done so well in his negotiations", he said, "I'm not about to second-guess how he's doing it". He recalled that 60 intelligence officers were expelled from the Russian embas...

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  • China's trade grows in June amid tensions with Washington
China's trade grows in June amid tensions with Washington

Last Friday, Trump rolled out 25% tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese goods. Statistics showed that in the first six months of the year, China's exports to the U.S. China's Commerce Ministry said that Beijing had no choice but to fight back after the USA " launched the largest trade war in economic history ", accusing Washington of violating the ...

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  • Trump says to run for re-election, had Brexit chat with Queen Elizabeth
Trump says to run for re-election, had Brexit chat with Queen Elizabeth

Trump was joining British Prime Minister Theresa May for a black-tie dinner Thursday at Blenheim Palace, Churchill's birthplace near Oxford, at the start of his trip to England. Tens of thousands of people marched in London Friday to protest Trump's visit. After leaving Chequers, Trump travelled to Windsor Castle to to have tea with Queen Elizabe...

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  • North Korea a No-Show for Talks With US on Korean War Dead
North Korea a No-Show for Talks With US on Korean War Dead

President Moon Jae-in is pressuring Donald Trump and North Korean commander Kim Jong Un to reach a nuclear decision following the NATO summit. Kim committed to the "complete denuclearization" of the Korean Peninsula in return for security guarantees from the U.S.

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  • Trump praises British PM Theresa May after criticizing her in newspaper interview
Trump praises British PM Theresa May after criticizing her in newspaper interview

But at the Chequers news conference, Trump said he had been responding to the Sun's question about Johnson as a possible prime minister, adding: "He has been very nice to me". and there will be no alliance more important in the years ahead", the British leader said. May pursued her strategy, the US probably wouldn't sign a trade deal with Brita...

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