• Georgia inmates save guard's life when he collapses during work detail
Georgia inmates save guard's life when he collapses during work detail

Moats applauded their quick thinking to call 911 and the officer was back at work on Tuesday. The officer, who asked not to be identified, collapsed. That's when an officer passed out while motoring an inmate work detail. But for inmate Greg Williams, they just did what they thought they needed to do.

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  • Arthur hopeful of World XI visit to Pakistan after Champions Trophy triumph
Arthur hopeful of World XI visit to Pakistan after Champions Trophy triumph

India eventually collapsed to 158 all out as they suffered their heaviest defeat, by runs, in 129 ODIs against Pakistan . The Champions Trophy could be scrapped in favour of staging the World Twenty20 every two years, according to International Cricket Council ( ICC ) chief executive David Richardson.

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  • Supreme Court to hear partisan gerrymandering case
Supreme Court to hear partisan gerrymandering case

Supreme Court will consider if they've violated the provisions of our nation's Constitution". At the same time, the court agreed to hear a case next term that will test whether there is a constitutional limit to how much partisanship can be used to draw legislative maps.

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  • At least 19 civilians killed in hotel attack in Somalia's capital
At least 19 civilians killed in hotel attack in Somalia's capital

Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for the attack, which was triggered by a suicide vehicle bomber and targeted customers who frequent the restaurant and adjacent hotel. Six attackers - one suicide bomber and five gunmen - were involved in the raid on the up-market area of Mogadishu which is popular with young and diaspora Somalis and some for...

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  • Neighbours: Alleged mosque attacker made anti-Muslim slurs
Neighbours: Alleged mosque attacker made anti-Muslim slurs

British media have identified the suspect held in connection with the van attack outside a London mosque as Darren Osborne, from the Welsh city of Cardiff. Rudd said Muslims needed to feel safe in Britain and the government was working to tackle all forms of hate crime and extremism. Eyewitnesses claimed he shouted: "I'm going to kill all Muslims...

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  • McCain: Americans 'stupid' to still want to travel to NKorea
McCain: Americans 'stupid' to still want to travel to NKorea

It may never be known, but there are some clues - as well as widespread speculation. (AP Photo/John Minchillo). Fred Warmbier, father of Otto Warmbier, a University of Virginia undergraduate student who was imprisoned in North Korea in March 2016, speaks during a news conference, Thursday, June 15, 2017, at Wyoming High School in Cinci.

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  • Talks on British exit from European Union begin in Brussels
Talks on British exit from European Union begin in Brussels

Formal talks to agree a host of issues around the terms of the UK's departure from the bloc will begin on Monday, nearly a year to the day after the referendum vote to leave. The speech, which is prepared by the government and read out by 91-year-old Queen Elizabeth II, marks the official start of parliamentary proceedings every year and sets the a...

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  • EU extends Russia sanctions over Crimea for a year
EU extends Russia sanctions over Crimea for a year

On Monday, EU foreign ministers announced that the restrictive measures against Crimea would be extended until June 23, 2018. "They are limited to the territory of Crimea and Sevastopol", according to a press release issued by the Council.

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  • Syrian army halts combat operations for two days in southern city
Syrian army halts combat operations for two days in southern city

Russian Federation has proposed July 4 as the start of a two-day round of Syria peace talks in Kazakhstan's capital Astana. Delegations of Russia, Iran and Turkey, which brokered a nationwide ceasefire in Syria, take part in the negotiations alongside the Syrian government delegation and representatives of the Syrian armed opposition, the Uni...

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  • Vehicle industry calls for interim Brexit deal 'to avoid cliff edge'
Vehicle industry calls for interim Brexit deal 'to avoid cliff edge'

Any new relationship would have to address tariff and non-tariff barriers, regulatory and labour issues, he said. Without agreed interim arrangements, businesses would be faced with the "cliff edge' and forced to trade under the World Trade Organisation rules - the worst foreseeable outcome for the sector, its employees and the British economy".

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  • London fire: 58 missing, presumed dead
London fire: 58 missing, presumed dead

On Saturday afternoon 58 people were confirmed to be missing, presumed dead. Condoling the incident earlier, Londor Mayor Sadiq Khan said, "The bad news, I'm afraid, is lots of people died in the fire". "Over 6,000 calls have been received by the police and that's calls into centres up and down the United Kingdom ". The queen and her husband, ...

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  • Trump calls Warmbier's death a 'total disgrace'
Trump calls Warmbier's death a 'total disgrace'

The president took aim at Obama for not securing the University of Virginia student. An American student at the University of Virginia , #Otto Warmbier , detained by the North Korean authorities and imprisoned for 17 months, died in a hospital in Cincinnati on June 19, a few days after he returned to the United States .

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  • Baseball Gunman Had List of GOP Congressmen in Pocket During Attack
Baseball Gunman Had List of GOP Congressmen in Pocket During Attack

The FBI posted a notice asking for information about Hodgkinson , including these contact phone numbers: 202-278-2000 and 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). He was with her when she returned home having spent 24 hours helping the Federal Bureau of Investigation. She certainly didn't want to talk about his political beliefs.

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  • CNN's Jake Tapper Is Confused As Hell During Interview With Trump's Lawyer
CNN's Jake Tapper Is Confused As Hell During Interview With Trump's Lawyer

On NBC News' " Meet the Press ", Sekulow claimed Trump was not under investigation for obstruction of justice, despite a Washington Post report to the contrary and a tweet from the President that appeared to confirm the report. "You just said, sir, you just said that he's being investigated", Wallace said. Using this logic, Trump could fire...

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  • North Korea freed, sentenced to prison, American student
North Korea freed, sentenced to prison, American student

Pyongyang accused him of supporting the USA hostile policy against the DPRK and undermining the unity of the DPRK people. A United States official confirmed to Fox that Warmbier is a coma, but said he was unable to confirm Pyongyang's claim that he contracted botulism and took a sleeping pill before falling into a coma after his March 2016 trial, i...

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  • Gunmen killed 8 Afghan guards of a US base
Gunmen killed 8 Afghan guards of a US base

Army personnel standing outside a military base in Afghanistan . This is yet another attack targeting the Afghan military base, as there have been a recent spate of such incidents. Tensions have been high in Kabul since a truck bomb on May 31 killed more than 150 people and wounded at least 300 - the deadliest attack in the Afghan capital si...

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  • Georgia race finally heads to voters; DC watching closely
Georgia race finally heads to voters; DC watching closely

The race, however, is very tight, according to recent polling. In terms of individual donations, Ossoff has vastly outpaced Handel , with almost $24 million to her $4.5 million - millions more was spent by outside groups. A spate of retirements from nervous incumbents who lack the stomach for a bitter re-election battle could be avoidable: A Hand...

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  • UK police: Mosque attack suspect held on terror charges
UK police: Mosque attack suspect held on terror charges

In a statement on behalf of the family, Osborne's nephew Ellis Osborne, 26, said: " We are massively shocked; it's unbelievable, it still hasn't really sunk in ". "We have a witness saying that the guy who did what he did, the driver of the van, said 'I did my bit, ' which means he's not mentally ill", Kacimi said.

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  • Trump says Scalise 'in some trouble' as House gavels back in
Trump says Scalise 'in some trouble' as House gavels back in

With what we know now, that quick downgrade makes medical sense. Mika's family said the lobbyist was shot multiple times and was in critical condition following surgery. Scalise, the third ranking member of House Republican leadership, was among six people who were injured after a gunman opened fire Wednesday in Alexandria, Virginia, during a Rep...

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  • Trump slams Ossoff, praises Handel in tweets
Trump slams Ossoff, praises Handel in tweets

It would also give progressives who pumped $23 million into Ossoff's campaign something to celebrate. That all means there are many more people who typically vote Republican in the district than Democrats. She'll have even helped write the playbook, after relentlessly working to tie Ossoff to Nancy Pelosi and hitting him on national security....

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  • Trump Says 'Let's Play Ball' At Record Turnout For Congressional Baseball Game
Trump Says 'Let's Play Ball' At Record Turnout For Congressional Baseball Game

House Majority Whip Scalise, 51, was shot in the hip by a rifle-welding critic of the president who sprayed bullets on U.S. lawmakers practising for an annual baseball game in the Washington suburb of Alexandria. Scalise will undergo more operations. Speaking today from the White House , President Trump said Scalise's condition- initially ann...

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo hunting goals for Portugal, Spain's tough test
Cristiano Ronaldo hunting goals for Portugal, Spain's tough test

Portugal did finally make it 1-0 on 34 minutes when Quaresma opened their account after being played in by Ronaldo. Hernandez's diving header against Portugal leaves "Chicharito", Mexico's all-time top-scorer, just two short of the 50-goals tally.

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  • Clamping down, White House puts the 'brief' in its briefing
Clamping down, White House puts the 'brief' in its briefing

The FBI was investigating Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election and possible contacts with Mr Trump campaign associates. Neither Spicer nor Sanders responded when a reporter from The Atlantic asked about the changes, although White House chief strategist Steve Bannon was reportedly happy to offer an explanation for why briefin...

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  • UN rights chief urges international probe of Congo killings
UN rights chief urges international probe of Congo killings

He added that teams deployed by his Office ( OHCHR ) witnessed children as young as two, whose limbs had been chopped off, and babies with machete wounds and severe wounds. Thirty mass graves have also been reported, it said. There may be more. "The sad truth is that they are looking for mass graves everywhere except where they may actually exist...

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  • Britain, EU to discuss Brexit issues in July, September and October
Britain, EU to discuss Brexit issues in July, September and October

The "hardball" European Commission chief negotiator will be across the table from Mr Davis and has already been established as a something of a villain for Brexiteers. The question is not whether we are leaving the customs union. Such conversations mark a shift from the pre-election talk of a "hard Brexit " and May's onetime warning she would walk...

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  • A look at Syria's conflict, as mutual enemies close in on IS
A look at Syria's conflict, as mutual enemies close in on IS

Russian Federation responded by warning it would track aircraft from the US -led coalition as potential targets over Syria and suspended a hotline meant to avoid mid-air collisions. Russia's defense ministry says it will treat USA -led coalition planes in Syria, west of the Euphrates River, as targets after the us military shot down a Syrian Air F...

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  • 7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack
7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack

The force has not made it clear whether there is any link between his death and the attack. One person died and 11 were injured; Osborne survived the attack and was arrested on suspicion of commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism including murder and attempted murder.

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  • Phil Gould says Kevin Walters should stay on as Maroons coach
Phil Gould says Kevin Walters should stay on as Maroons coach

But given the dominance of NSW in the opening match, it's something Queensland is likely to have to get used to. Should the Maroons take an early lead and show that they will not be bullied as they were in Game 1, the tension inside Sydney's ANZ Stadium will ratchet up and could have a major influence on the outcome of the match.

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  • Cause of United States student's brain injury in N.Korea still unknown: doctors
Cause of United States student's brain injury in N.Korea still unknown: doctors

Out of respect to Warmbier's parents , the doctors said they could not discuss his treatment or prognosis. His father, Fred Warmbier , said his son was "brutalized" while in North Korea and he doesn't believe the North Korean's explanation about what exactly happened to his son.

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  • Bella Bond murder trial closes with mom's credibility on the line
Bella Bond murder trial closes with mom's credibility on the line

Closing arguments in the murder trial of Michael McCarthy were set to wrap up Tuesday. "Michael McCarthy is innocent and the real person who should be on trial is Rachelle Bond". Bond said she "made a mistake" and did not call the police after her daughter died. McCarthy elected not to testify before his defense rested. In addition, Bella's...

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  • Number of global displaced up to 65.6 million last year
Number of global displaced up to 65.6 million last year

It said war, violence and persecution worldwide were causing more people to be forcibly displaced now than ever before. South Sudan's civil war, which began in December 2013, left tens of thousands dead and forced a total of 3.7 million people from their homes - almost a third of the population.

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  • Hidden trove of suspected Nazi artifacts found in Argentina
Hidden trove of suspected Nazi artifacts found in Argentina

The man had stored around 75 objects bearing swastikas and other Nazi symbols in the secret room, including busts and pictures of Adolf Hitler , puzzle games for children, daggers and several medical instruments that were used to measure a person's anatomical fit to the standards of the so-called "Aryan race".

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  • Macron wins large majority in French parliament
Macron wins large majority in French parliament

French president Emmanuel Macron was poised to forge ahead with pro-EU, business-friendly reforms on Monday after his centrist party redrew the country's political map with a victory in parliamentary elections. Teneo Intelligence also explained that: "Le Pen's more secure position will allow the party to continue to steer itself towards the mains...

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  • Qatar says backs Kuwait mediation efforts over rift with Arab states
Qatar says backs Kuwait mediation efforts over rift with Arab states

Qatar hosted the Taliban at the request of the United States government, the Qatari foreign minister's special envoy on counterterrorism told Aljazeera. Mani Qatar posted a video on Twitter on Monday of a cargo ship arriving from Sohar port. Speaking in the parliament ahead of Erdoğan's speech to lawmakers from his ruling Justice and Development Pa...

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  • Trump calls Warmbier death a 'total disgrace'
Trump calls Warmbier death a 'total disgrace'

President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday held North Korea accountable for the death of an American student who died shortly after his release from detention in the communist state, calling the regime "irrational". "Frankly, if he was brought home sooner, I think the result would have been a lot different", the president said. Three other Americans ...

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