• Donald Trump aides say Russia has sweeping effort to weaken US elections
Donald Trump aides say Russia has sweeping effort to weaken US elections

Top national security officials made a rare appearance in the White House briefing room Thursday to warn that Russian Federation continues to target US elections and to outline what is being done to combat the interference. Last week, the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent a list of " various foreign influence indicators " to look out for, su...

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  • Ontario Ends Its Three-Year Basic Income Trial After Just One Year
Ontario Ends Its Three-Year Basic Income Trial After Just One Year

Statistics released by the previous government showed 2/3 of those enrolled had a job. "Ironically, the original idea for a Basic Income Guarantee came from conservative economists", said Schreiner. The PC Party has now introduced an accelerated 100-day deadline to develop and announce a "sustainable" social assistance program. Sue Garvey, exec...

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  • Harasser Slaps Woman After She Tells Him To Shut Up
Harasser Slaps Woman After She Tells Him To Shut Up

The video of the attack, which was given to her by the manager of the cafe, shows the astonished looks of the customers sitting on the terrace. The woman told him to "shut up", after which he abruptly came, hit her in the face in front of shocked visitors of the institution and continued to yell at her.

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  • John Kelly says he accepted Trump's request to stay on through 2020
John Kelly says he accepted Trump's request to stay on through 2020

That Kelly has stood firm amid the constant firestorm of controversy and deranged hate from President Trump's opponents is inspiring to all those who wish to see integrity, honor, sacrifice, and valor restored once again to our public discourse.

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  • Russian forces join United Nations peacekeepers on Golan Heights frontier patrol
Russian forces join United Nations peacekeepers on Golan Heights frontier patrol

Russian Federation has rejected this, saying they can't force Iran to leave. After the government capture of the area, dozens of militants from an estimated 1,000 to 1,500 fighters who once controlled the area are believed to be now hiding in a rugged terrain that separates the borders of the two countries near the Yarmouk Basin, the source said....

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  • Zimbabweans exhausted of election violence as a few burn down the country
Zimbabweans exhausted of election violence as a few burn down the country

On Thursday, soldiers guarded the headquarters of ZANU-PF, while armoured personnel carriers, water cannon trucks and police anti-riot vans took position outside MDC headquarters. For its part, ZANU-PF said it was "eagerly awaiting the announcement of the results" and appealed to the opposition "to ensure that their supporters maintain a calmness w...

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  • Over 1,000 homes gutted as explosive wildfires take California into 'uncharted territory'
Over 1,000 homes gutted as explosive wildfires take California into 'uncharted territory'

Currently, almost 13,000 firefighters were on the lines of 16 large wildfires Wednesday burning across California. A 100-square mile fire near Yosemite National Park prompted evacuation orders Wednesday for the community of Wawona inside the park, which has fewer than 200 residents.

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  • U.S. announces Indo-Pacific initiatives to counter China
U.S. announces Indo-Pacific initiatives to counter China

Today, Energy Secretary Rick Perry joined Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, and other members of the Trump Administration at the Indo-Pacific Business Forum in Washington , D.C.to underscore America's commitment to strengthen economic engagement and energy security in the Indo-Pacific region.

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  • Facebook identifies campaign to interfere in US midterm elections
Facebook identifies campaign to interfere in US midterm elections

The event, called "No Unite the Right 2 DC", was described as a counter-protest against a right-wing rally which is supposed to take place on the same day, organized by some of the same people who organized the Charlottesville protest a year ago.

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  • Van explosion kills 10 at checkpoint in Philippine south - army
Van explosion kills 10 at checkpoint in Philippine south - army

Eleven people, including a soldier and five militiamen, were killed in a powerful auto bomb explosion on Tuesday in the southern Philippines island of Basilan, the military said. Basilan province is known as one of the strongholds of the militant group, who since 1991 has carried out bombings, kidnappings, assassinations and extortion in a self-d...

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  • 'Terrible mistake': Britain's Hunt misidentifies wife as Japanese rather than Chinese
'Terrible mistake': Britain's Hunt misidentifies wife as Japanese rather than Chinese

But after the embarrassing gaffe over his wife's nationality, Mr Hunt quickly acknowledged the "terrible" error. Hunt said Wang made an offer "to open discussions about a possible free-trade deal between Britain and China post Brexit". Britain is assessing its post-Brexit trade options. "In Austria, the United Kingdom has a vital partner on tra...

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  • Trump calls on USA attorney-general to end Russian Federation probe ‘disgrace’
Trump calls on USA attorney-general to end Russian Federation probe ‘disgrace’

The tweet comes as Trump's ex-campaign chief Paul Manafort , who was indicted by the special counsel last fall, faces trial for the second day in federal court in Virginia. "It's not an order , it's the president's opinion", White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters, adding that Trump wants the probe to "come to an end".

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  • Zimbabwe's Election Commission Announces Majority Win for Ruling Party
Zimbabwe's Election Commission Announces Majority Win for Ruling Party

European Union observers questioned the conduct of the presidential and parliamentary poll, Zimbabwe's first since Robert Mugabe was forced to resign following a de facto coup in November after almost 40 years in power. By Wednesday, he was declaring victory, thanking his supporters and saying his party has won the popular vote, without offering ...

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  • Mamata Banerjee meets Gandhis amid NRC row, BJP hits out at them
Mamata Banerjee meets Gandhis amid NRC row, BJP hits out at them

Both Houses of Parliament saw uproarious scenes on Wednesday over the NRC issue. Let us work together, don't think of Prime Ministerial candidate. Banerjee, who has been at the forefront of efforts to rally opposition parties for an anti-BJP front, spent the second day of her Delhi visit meeting leaders of various parties including UPA chairperso...

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  • Aeromexico Reports Plane ‘Accident’ in Durango, Mexico
Aeromexico Reports Plane ‘Accident’ in Durango, Mexico

However, all 103 passengers and crew managed a miraculous escape before flames consumed the plane. Remarkably, no one was killed. The engines were knocked loose, and caught fire a few hundred yards from takeoff. Aispuro Torres said there were no deaths. He described a unusual accident scene in which some passengers got out under their power, an...

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  • North Korea said to be working on new missiles
North Korea said to be working on new missiles

Citing anonymous officials familiar with the intelligence, the report said the imagery did not necessarily suggest an expansion of current North Korean ICBM capabilities, but showed work on the weaponry continues, weeks after Mr. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un also vowed during the June 12 summit with US President Donald Trump in Singapore t...

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  • Expected star witness may not testify in TManafort’s trial
Expected star witness may not testify in TManafort’s trial

Trump has called Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling, which includes potential collusion between Trump's campaign and the Kremlin, a "witch hunt". government. Manafort is also accused of lying to American banks to obtain millions of dollars in loans when his Ukrainian consulting and lobbying work dried up.

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  • Why India's Assam state leaves 4 million people off a citizens' list
Why India's Assam state leaves 4 million people off a citizens' list

Suban said both he and his father were born in Assam, and showed Reuters a soiled yellow document that showed his father's name in the list of voters in Assam for 1965, before the cut-off date. "It's just Muslims who will likely have to go through a complicated, unfair appeal with no right to counsel, ending in no hope of staying if they lose",...

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  • Turkey’s warns US over sanctions threat
Turkey’s warns US over sanctions threat

It could be a possible indication the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies are trying to ease tensions that flared this week after President Donald Trump said the US would impose sanctions in retaliation. The Turkish national, Ebru Ozkan, was allowed to leave Israel for Turkey in mid-July. Andrew Craig Brunson was detained in the aftermath o...

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  • Passenger aircraft crashes in Mexico shortly after takeoff
Passenger aircraft crashes in Mexico shortly after takeoff

Governor Aispuro told local media that the Mexico City bound plane was in the process of taking off, when a loud sound, "a bang", was heard and immediately the aircraft was on the ground. Plane crash in Durango this afternoon. The airline said it was working to verify details of the accident. "He called us, telling us that he was on the p...

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