• 'It was self defence': Man charged with Wicklow murder
'It was self defence': Man charged with Wicklow murder

The Judge noted as Mr Green is facing a murder charge, bail can only be sought in the High Court. The detective told the court that when he was charged with the murder, Mr Green said "it was self defence". Mr Green, who was wearing a grey hoody and navy tracksuit bottoms, kept his head bowed and didn't speak during the brief hearing. He's due h...

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  • Police Have Arrested Another Suspect in Connection With the London Bridge Attack
Police Have Arrested Another Suspect in Connection With the London Bridge Attack

Witness accounts suggest Thomas might have been thrown into the river, police said. The arrests follow the detention on a 30-year-old man as detectives raided an address in Ilford in the early hours of Wednesday. Eight people were killed and dozens were injured. They then jumped out of the vehicle and attacked members of the public in and aroun...

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  • Senate panel meets with special counsel in Russia probe
Senate panel meets with special counsel in Russia probe

Gingrich tweeted , " Republicans are delusional if they think the special counsel is going to be fair". Under questioning from Sen. "I think he's considering perhaps terminating the special counsel", Christopher Ruddy said during an appearance on PBS' "NewsHour ".

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  • Pakistan welcomes Russia's offer to resolve tension between Islamabad, New Delhi
Pakistan welcomes Russia's offer to resolve tension between Islamabad, New Delhi

The Pak prime minister had met the Russian president in Kazakhstan on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit held in Kazakhstan earlier this month. He said Indian agencies in collaboration of terrorist organizations like RSS and Abhinav Bharat have staged terrorist attacks and blamed them on others to use as an excuse t...

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  • Gunman shooting at baseball practice field dead
Gunman shooting at baseball practice field dead

The Congressional Baseball Game traces its roots back 108 years to Rep. John Tener, R-Penn., a former major league ballplayer who founded the event. The shooter later died from his injuries. Melania offered Scalise's family a bouquet of white flowers. Earlier in the day, a man opened fire on Congressional Republicans as they were practicing f...

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  • Trump Visits Wounded Congressman, Still In Critical Condition After Shooting
Trump Visits Wounded Congressman, Still In Critical Condition After Shooting

Rosenstein was acting, because Attorney General Jeff Sessions had recused himself from acting in the Russia investigation after it was revealed he had held two meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak before the November 8, 2016 election.

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  • Everton sign Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford for £30m
Everton sign Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford for £30m

Speaking to Everton's official site, he said: "It is hard to leave Ajax but I think this is a good step for me now". We talked about the club, about the way he wants to play, and that gave me a positive feeling. It's hard to leave Ajax but I think this is a good step for me now and I'm really looking forward to my time here'. The box to box...

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  • Oil output to expand faster than demand in 2018: IEA
Oil output to expand faster than demand in 2018: IEA

Oil prices have slipped 14 percent in NY this year as hopes that supply curbs by OPEC and partners such as Russian Federation would end a three-year surplus have given way to concern that the cuts aren't deep enough and that US shale drillers will fill any shortfall.

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  • Man who shot congressman was living in van, called a loner
Man who shot congressman was living in van, called a loner

He left his southern IL home earlier this year. Former Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille, who had conversed with Hodgkinson while at the gym, said that he thought he was homeless since he always carried around a bag full of clothes and was often in the same outfit.

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  • Theresa May orders public inquiry into Grenfell Tower blaze 'tragedy'
Theresa May orders public inquiry into Grenfell Tower blaze 'tragedy'

The death toll is expected to rise as the recovery operation continues. Terrified residents scrambled to escape the fire, with one desperate parent even throwing her baby out of the window. Structures may need to be erected inside the torched building to make it safe enough to search . Other questions include what role aluminium exterior clad...

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  • Death Toll From London Tower Block Blaze Rises To 17
Death Toll From London Tower Block Blaze Rises To 17

Theresa May , who visited the scene on Thursday morning, has ordered a full public inquiry. The cause of the fire remains unclear, reports Vigliotti, as does how it managed to spread so quickly up the apartment building. At least 12 people have been killed in the fire, but the death toll is expected to rise. The London Fire Brigade said a...

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  • Shah in Maharashtra from tomorrow, likely to meet Uddhav
Shah in Maharashtra from tomorrow, likely to meet Uddhav

In a stinging attack on Shiv Sena, Congress leader Nitesh Rane said today that Shiv Sena should be included in the Guinness World Records for issuing the most number of threats to withdraw support to the BJP-led government in Maharashtra.

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  • Cosby jury wants to review lawsuit testimony
Cosby jury wants to review lawsuit testimony

Jurors stopped for the day after four hours of deliberations and will return to court Tuesday morning. The case will turn largely on how credible the panel finds Ms Constand , who testified that in a visit to Mr Cosby's home near Philadelphia, he gave her pills that he said were herbal, but that left her immobile and drifting in and out of c...

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  • Passengers Stop Man Trying to Storm Cockpit of Airliner in Australia
Passengers Stop Man Trying to Storm Cockpit of Airliner in Australia

Flight MH128 was only a few minutes into a flight from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia, late on yesterday when the 25-year-old Australian man attempted to enter the cockpit clutching an electronic device and created panic, police and passengers said.

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  • Zinke wraps up Maine monument review by meeting with locals
Zinke wraps up Maine monument review by meeting with locals

Since 1906, American presidents from both parties have wisely proclaimed 150 monuments using the Antiquities Act, so future generations can experience the stories told by our nation's open spaces, historic sites and cultural treasures. "It is a political move that will waste limited resources, hurt business and jobs, and unnecessarily add uncertain...

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  • Brazil's Temer Denies Spying on Supreme Court Judge
Brazil's Temer Denies Spying on Supreme Court Judge

Temer himself is now under investigation for bribe taking and obstruction of justice related to the array of interlocking "Car Wash" corruption scandals. Yet Temer, who has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and insisted he won't resign, still faces a host of other challenges that could tip the balance of power against him, not least the risk of bein...

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  • Saudi carrier seeks to poach Qatar Airways crews
Saudi carrier seeks to poach Qatar Airways crews

It is the worst crisis for the GCC since its creation in 1981. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized Monday the sanctions imposed against Qatar were neither humanitarian nor Islamic, and urged Gulf and Arab countries to solve the crisis.

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  • United Kingdom leader holding alliance talks with NIreland party chief
United Kingdom leader holding alliance talks with NIreland party chief

He added: " The danger is that however much any government tries they will not be seen to be impartial if they are locked into a parliamentary deal at Westminster with one of the Northern Ireland parties, and you never know in what unpredictable way events will turn out, and we can not know if that impartiality is going to be crucial at some sta...

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  • Ill. Man ID'd as Suspect in GOP Baseball Shooting
Ill. Man ID'd as Suspect in GOP Baseball Shooting

Scalise remained in critical condition at a local hospital, his family by his side, grievously wounded by a bullet that entered at the hip and injured internal organs. Hodgkinson's Facebook page is largely political. At the time police recovered a pocket knife, hair they say was pulled out of his girlfriend's head and a 12-guage shotgun at the ...

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  • President visits Scalise in hospital
President visits Scalise in hospital

Hodgkinson died at the hospital Wednesday after he was shot by police. On Wednesday evening, the president and first lady Melania Trump visited MedStar Washington Hospital Center , where Scalise remains in critical condition. More than $1 million has been raised for charity ahead of Thursday night's Congressional Baseball Game in Washington ,...

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  • California governor named adviser for UN climate conference
California governor named adviser for UN climate conference

The appointment by Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama came less than two weeks after President Trump announced that the US would withdraw from the 195-nation Paris climate accord. Bainimarama praised USA states' commitment to upholding the Paris agreements. "Now, we all know that Governor Brown was the driving force behind the creation of the ...

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  • Game on: Tragedy won't stop annual baseball game
Game on: Tragedy won't stop annual baseball game

He added that Scalise will be missed from the game, but will be fine. The hospital treating some of the victims released a statement that said Scalise was still in critical condition. He died from gunshot wounds after being tackled by two hero Capitol Hill Police officers. They shot the shooter. "We do it for charity", Barton said.

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  • Trump on Scalise's condition: 'He's in some trouble'
Trump on Scalise's condition: 'He's in some trouble'

Four people were wounded by gunfire and two sustained other injuries, authorities said. BENNETT: Once the gunman was down, Congressman Brooks says he and another lawmaker, Ohio's Brad Wenstrup, who's a doctor, administered first aid to the wounded using their belts as tourniquets.

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  • APNewsBreak: About 4000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan
APNewsBreak: About 4000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan

In fact, thousands of more troops might soon be deployed to Afghanistan to help support Afghan forces in the battle against the Taliban. Those the words of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who, according to the New York Times, is considering beefing up the American presence in the region.

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  • David Grossman wins Man Booker International Prize
David Grossman wins Man Booker International Prize

His fellow judges, Daniel Hahn, Elif Shafak, Chika Unigwe, and Helen Mort, commended Grossman's novel as "an extraordinary story that soars in the hands of a master storyteller". "For nearly thirty years now they have been reporting on human rights violations committed in the occupied Palestinian territories", she said. It is the first Israeli wor...

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  • President Trump: Loretta Lynch's Actions During Clinton Email Probe Were 'Totally Illegal'
President Trump: Loretta Lynch's Actions During Clinton Email Probe Were 'Totally Illegal'

Then couple that with the fact that for his own self-serving reasons he leaked information concerning his private meetings with President Trump . Lynch's comments at the time about the substance of the meeting were laughably false, with her claiming that she and the former president only talked about personal family things, like golf and grandki...

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  • CAUGHT ON CAMERA: 5 minutes of terror at baseball field in Alexandria
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: 5 minutes of terror at baseball field in Alexandria

Nathan can be heard yelling. Law enforcement officers can be heard shouting in the video. " I assume people have been calling 911 already ". At one point, a man is seen lying in the middle of the baseball field, located in Alexandria, Virginia.

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  • Trump Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice
Trump Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice

The Washington Post reports that the special counsel Robert Mueller is now looking into whether President Trump attempted to obstruct justice. Perhaps Trump, as he trotted out his personal attorney to declare last Thursday that "the president was not under investigation as part of any probe into Russian interference", felt confident that...

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  • Congressional Democrats sue Trump over foreign payments
Congressional Democrats sue Trump over foreign payments

Lindsay Jancek said Monday that Trump has been committed to "complete transparency and compliance with the law". Any instance of the president receiving gifts, or emoluments, from foreign powers has to be approved by the Congress first.

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  • Trump uses social media to question probe of his campaign
Trump uses social media to question probe of his campaign

They will also seek information from retired NSA Deputy Director Richard Ledgett , the source said , because Ledgett wrote a memo documenting some of Rogers' conversations with Trump. Trump allies have accused Mueller of having a conflict of interest . California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the panel's ranking Democrat, has called for an investigatio...

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  • Putin denies knowledge of Jared Kushner's back channel proposal
Putin denies knowledge of Jared Kushner's back channel proposal

Putin made the remarks about Michael Flynn in an interview conducted in Moscow on Friday with NBC's Megyn Kelly , which will be broadcast Sunday night . "Why, did we have some special relationship with him?" he asked Kelly . Photos show Putin flanked by Flynn and Emir Kusturica, a Serbian filmmaker.

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  • Trump decries shooting of top Congressman
Trump decries shooting of top Congressman

The scheduled congressional baseball game will go on as planned Thursday despite the efforts of a madman to disrupt the event in Virginia. "It's been much more hard than people even thought at the time ", Trump said of the treatment of Scalise, the No.

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  • Alexandria Shooting Suspect Volunteered On Bernie Sanders Presidential Campaign
Alexandria Shooting Suspect Volunteered On Bernie Sanders Presidential Campaign

Votes were canceled in the House on Wednesday, but on Thursday they were taking place. Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin and Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi of California both spoke on the floor issuing calls for unity. Officer Griner U.S. Capitol Police Officer Crystal Griner was shot in the ankle but is in good condition, according to U.S. Capitol P...

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  • Inmates Kill 2 Prison Bus Guards And Escape, Georgia Sheriff Says
Inmates Kill 2 Prison Bus Guards And Escape, Georgia Sheriff Says

Deal said of the officers: "The selflessness and courage of these two courageous souls will not be forgotten, nor will their sacrifice and service". They are risky beyond description. The truck has a Georgia license plate, BCX5372. Sills said investigators were trying to determine how the killers got out of the cage and into the driver's compartm...

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  • Turkish opposition party begins 250-mile protest march
Turkish opposition party begins 250-mile protest march

After the criticism for his timid response to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's increasing authoritarianism and fraud allegations in the April 16 referendum , Kilicdaroglu's recent move has received positive coverage in the domestic and global media.

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