• Thousands attend slain Muslim teen's funeral in Virginia
Thousands attend slain Muslim teen's funeral in Virginia

The young graphic artist says Hassanen's slaying hit close to home. Detectives told Nabra's mother that the teenager was struck with a metal bat, The Washington Post reported. He got out of the vehicle with a baseball bat and struck Hassanen with it, police said. At the service, Imam Mohamed Magid said the community was grieving.

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  • Putin offers Comey asylum in Moscow
Putin offers Comey asylum in Moscow

Senate on tightening sanctions. Why?" "We have restored our competence in radio electronics, aircraft construction, missiles, in the pharmaceutical industry.in heavy engineering", President Putin said . Putin also noted that Moscow hopes that the USA could play a "constructive role" in helping settle the Ukrainian crisis. Putin was speakin...

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  • US Soilders Injured at Camp Shaheen In Afghanistan
US Soilders Injured at Camp Shaheen In Afghanistan

The attack on the police headquarters in the provincial capital of Gardez took place in the early morning. On May 20, two civilians, two police and five militants were killed after Taliban stormed a local bank in the city, 100 km south of Kabul .

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  • Gergen: Special election victories show Trump could beat Dems in 2020
Gergen: Special election victories show Trump could beat Dems in 2020

Mr Trump promised he would win so much, his side would be sick of it - but after the latest win, he was quick to rub his opponents' noses in the smell of defeat. Mulvaney, who is a founding member of the far-right Freedom Caucasus of the Republican party, won by landslides in each of his elections. Although the race was widely viewed as a ...

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  • Toomey noncommittal but upbeat about Senate health care bill
Toomey noncommittal but upbeat about Senate health care bill

The Republican Senate leadership is hoping to pass the measure, before sending it back to the House for approval of the new draft . Obama went on to say the bill was " mean ", quoting President Trump's thoughts on the House version of the bill.

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  • Nabra Hassanen's Washington DC Memorial Set On Fire
Nabra Hassanen's Washington DC Memorial Set On Fire

Sunday after going to eat at a nearby McDonald's before their Ramadan fast that would begin at dawn. Some of the area's young people were too distraught to go to graduation this week at South Lakes High School, which Ms. Individuals and families from the local Muslim community in Sterling, Virginia as well as from neighboring towns and other stat...

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  • Philippines military says hostage drama resolved
Philippines military says hostage drama resolved

They are no longer there". The school area is safe, " Gen Padilla told a news conference in Manila , adding troops were pursuing the attackers. Padilla then confirmed militants had taken over the school, and said the military would seek to broker a solution.

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  • Anger over Warmbier death grows amid calls for travel ban
Anger over Warmbier death grows amid calls for travel ban

Wyoming officials say the celebration of life for Otto Warmbier will be Thursday morning in the Wyoming High School auditorium. The Hamilton County coroner is trying to determine the cause of Warmbier's death Monday. Also attending will be Ambassador Joseph Yun, the USA special envoy who traveled to Pyongyang to bring Warmbier back, and Deputy Se...

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  • Former State Department Security Officer Accused of Spying for China
Former State Department Security Officer Accused of Spying for China

Kevin Mallory , 60, of Leesburg was arrested yesterday and made an initial appearance in US District Court in Alexandria , Virginia . He faces a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted, but prosecutor John Gibbs said in court Mallory could face the death penalty "if certain conditions are met".

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  • Imagine! Lennon brings no peace, but discord at EU summit
Imagine! Lennon brings no peace, but discord at EU summit

That was, she told them, "a fair and serious offer", a British official said. "The UK's position represents a fair and serious offer and one aimed at giving as much certainty as possible to citizens who have settled in the UK, building careers and lives and contributing so much to our society", May told European Union leaders.

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  • Former FBI chief Comey testifies before Senate, blasts Trump for 'lies'
Former FBI chief Comey testifies before Senate, blasts Trump for 'lies'

President Donald Trump gestures at the Infrastructure Summit with Governors and Mayors at the White House in Washington , D.C., June 8, 2017. According to Comey's sworn testimony , Trump said , "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting [former National Security Adviser Michael] Flynn go".

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  • IS militants destroy 12th century mosque in Iraq's Mosul
IS militants destroy 12th century mosque in Iraq's Mosul

A Daesh statement posted online shortly after the mosque was reporrted destroyed blamed a USA airstrike for the loss of the mosque and minaret. Still, Iraqi security forces, with the help of its US-led coalition partners, as well as Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shiite militias, and other factions both internal and external, have accomplished ...

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  • Activists rescue 1200 dogs destined for slaughterhouse ahead of infamous Yulin festival
Activists rescue 1200 dogs destined for slaughterhouse ahead of infamous Yulin festival

Stall holders told the BBC that they hadn't heard of a ban , and the Yulin city government confirmed that it had neither issued, nor agreed to a ban on the sale of dog meat. After initial reports that authorities would prohibit the meat at the summer solstice event in the southern town of Yulin, animal rights groups said vendors and officials...

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  • North Korea conducts another missile test
North Korea conducts another missile test

The disclosure came just a day after the Diplomatic and Security Dialogue between Washington and Beijing, during which the two sides agreed to exert greater pressure on the North Korean regime. He arrived in OH on June 13, 2017, after being held for more than 17 months. Mike Elleman, the senior fellow for missile defense at the International ...

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  • Farmers' protest turns violent in Thane
Farmers' protest turns violent in Thane

An ANI report said that the farmers were protesting against the acquisition of their lands by the Ministry of Defence . They said that their lands were acquired on the pretext of constructing an airport. "We are in a process of charging them with attempt to murder", Thane commissioner of police Parambir Singh said. I chose to help them and sudde...

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  • Naidu says was misquoted on loan waiver statement
Naidu says was misquoted on loan waiver statement

Shiv Sena leader and transport minister Diwakar Raote said that if the farmers are given adequate remunerative price for their crops they don't need anyone's help. UP, Maharashtra and Punjab have also announced farm loan waivers while MP is witnessing extreme violent protests for not being able to do so. "Calling loan waiver fashionable is a dis...

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  • Democrats also lost a special election in South Carolina Tuesday
Democrats also lost a special election in South Carolina Tuesday

The party has fallen short this year in elections in Kansas and Montana, and it is expected to lose another race on Tuesday in SC. "The unhinged left is endorsing and applauding shooting Republicans ", says the spot. "Clearly, we're coming off an election, and she's been getting pounded now for 10 years with negative ads from the Republ...

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  • Iran-made drone downed in Syria
Iran-made drone downed in Syria

After the warning, the OIR said that the coalition would reposition its aircraft over Syria as a prudent measure. The tensions between the U.S. and Russian militaries who support opposing sides in the six-year Syrian civil war follows a number of recent incidents where the USA military downed manned and unmanned Syrian and pro-Syrian warplane...

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  • Senate Republicans Reveal Long-Awaited Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill
Senate Republicans Reveal Long-Awaited Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill

Some conservative and moderate GOP senators, too, have complained about McConnell's proposal, the secrecy with which he drafted it and the speed with which he'd like to whisk it to passage. But the Senate seems to have made a decision to instead cut Medicaid more deeply and roll back the financial assistance for private coverage. Tactics should...

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  • Australia to resume airstrikes in Syria
Australia to resume airstrikes in Syria

At present, the Syrian army can advance to two strategic regions; first to the East, meaning the positions supported by Washington and second, towards the Southeast, meaning Deir Ezzur, Mukhin said. Russian defense ministry said it will suspend an agreement between the US and Russia that worked to limit the risk of in-flight incidents between t...

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  • Israeli PM says work begun on new West Bank settlement
Israeli PM says work begun on new West Bank settlement

While Israel has continued to expand settlements, this is the first time it has built a new one since the 1990s. Palestinians want to establish an independent state in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem, territories Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East War.U.S.

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  • France probes reported death from whipped cream explosion
France probes reported death from whipped cream explosion

The Burger family announced the sad news on social media , describing the cause of death as "a domestic accident ". " This is an example of the cream siphon which exploded and hit Rebecca's thorax, causing her death ", the family said, according to The Sun .

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  • Trump publicly doubting that Russia meddled in election
Trump publicly doubting that Russia meddled in election

The president's tweet Thursday appears to cast doubt on the assessment of 17 intelligence agencies that blame Russian Federation for election meddling. "It's all a big Dem HOAX ", he tweeted. Jeannette Manfra , a cybersecurity official at the Department of Homeland Security , said the decentralized nature of USA elections means that an ...

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  • Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion arrested for drunk driving in Hawaii
Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion arrested for drunk driving in Hawaii

According to Spangler, authorities pulled Guion over at 4 a.m. HAST and he failed a breathalyzer test. He was also arrested in Florida in 2015 on marijuana and handgun charges. Packers spokesman Aaron Popkey says in a statement that the team is aware and will refrain from making further comment because it's a legal matter.

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  • Intercept attempt fails in missile defense test off Hawaii
Intercept attempt fails in missile defense test off Hawaii

The ship launched the interceptor, but it failed to shoot down the target. The first attempted intercept earlier this year was successful. The test comes as the USA seeks to counter the threat from North Korea's missile program amid rising tensions in the region.

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  • Final Photos of Otto Warmbier Revealed
Final Photos of Otto Warmbier Revealed

No cause of death has been determined for Warmbier , 22, who was detained for almost a year-and-a-half in North Korea before being sent home in a coma last week. Poor hygienic conditions, diet or bad medical care may have been responsible for a coma that North Korean doctors couldn't handle. The two countries also reiterated their commitment t...

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  • India bow out losing to Malaysia 2-3
India bow out losing to Malaysia 2-3

But India responded through Ramandeep Singh with goals in the 24th and 26th minutes. Malaysia converted three penalty corner from the seven they got. It is also encouraging that India did not concede any goal in the third and fourth quarter. The goal seemed to perk up the Indians and they peppered the Malaysian goal with repeated attacks.

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  • US Shoots Down Pro-Syrian Drone
US Shoots Down Pro-Syrian Drone

The drone was identified as a Shaheed-129 that displayed "hostile intent and advanced" on coalition forces at the At Tanf combat outpost used to train partner Syrian forces in the fight against the Islamic State (ISIS). "As the Islamic State's territory in Syria shrinks, the U.S.is increasingly being put in direct contact with Syria and its a...

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  • Otto Warmbier's family declines autopsy
Otto Warmbier's family declines autopsy

A hearse carried Mr Warmbier's casket from the school to a burial service at a local cemetery. The last detainee suffering in North Korea, is Kim Hak-song who is ethnically Korean, born in China and moved to the U.S.in the 1990s is another teacher at PUST.

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  • Presidential polls: Opposition chooses Meira Kumar to pit against BJP's Ramnath Kovind
Presidential polls: Opposition chooses Meira Kumar to pit against BJP's Ramnath Kovind

During his almost two years' tenure as the Bihar governor, Kovind handled himself with dignity and poise and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was quite impressed with the his demeanour and grace which convinced him to back his candidature for the president's post, he said.

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  • Pelosi tries to reassure Dems after Georgia loss
Pelosi tries to reassure Dems after Georgia loss

Kathleen Rice, D-N.Y., Seth Moulton , D-Mass., and Tim Ryan , D-Ohio. GEOFF BENNETT, BYLINE: Democrats have racked up defeats in Kansas , Montana and, as of last night, SC and Georgia . House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) lauded her leadership record Thursday after some Democrats suggested that the party should seek new...

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  • A Muslim Teen Was Assaulted and Killed After Leaving Mosque
A Muslim Teen Was Assaulted and Killed After Leaving Mosque

The driver jumped a curb, got out of the auto with a bat and began chasing the teens. Police say Martinez Torres , who was armed with a baseball bat, later began chasing the group, caught up with Hassanen and attacked her. He was arrested by a Fairfax County Police officer on Sunday, and Hassanen's body was later found in a pond. The attack ...

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  • Rep. Steve Scalise is now in 'fair' condition after shooting
Rep. Steve Scalise is now in 'fair' condition after shooting

Rep. Steve Scalise was shot. MedStar Washington Hospital Center made the announcement on Tuesday, almost a week after a gunman opened fire on Scalise and his Republican colleagues at a baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia. The shooter, 66-year-old James Hodgkinson , acted alone and had a list of six congressmen in his pocket. Scalise ...

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  • Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Jerusalem Attack
Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Jerusalem Attack

Family members of the attackers said they were deeply religious men who acted on their own. Palestinians say it stems from anger over decades of Israeli rule in territory they claim for their state. Israeli forces have also seized 40 cars belonging to the residents and distributed leaflets threatening the villagers with harsh punitive measures,...

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  • Car bomb kills seven at police station in Somali capital
Car bomb kills seven at police station in Somali capital

An ambulance service in Mogadishu says it has transported seven bodies after the attack and 12 wounded. Bomb targeting the Waberi police station in Mogadishu kills at least four and wounds several others, says police . "As you can see, the terrorists attacked the station which is now destroyed", Ahmed Mohamed, spokesman for the Mogadishu sec...

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