• Dennis Rodman: 'People don't see … the good side' of North Korea
Dennis Rodman: 'People don't see … the good side' of North Korea

An estimated 2,000 people packed Wyoming High School, in Wyoming, Ohio, with more lining the streets, CNN reports . "We condemn any and all messages that endorse hatred and convey insensitivity toward a tragic even such as the one that Otto Warmbier and his family suffered", the university said in a statement last week.

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  • Europe's once positive world view of US slips under Trump
Europe's once positive world view of US slips under Trump

When asked whethere they were "confident in the U.S. president to do the right thing in world affairs", an average of 64% said yes when Obama was president, compared to 22% now under Trump. German Chancellor Angela Merkel enjoys the highest rating of 42%. That's not us saying it, it's the opinion of numerous 40,447 people interviewed by Pew and t...

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  • PM Modi, Donald Trump vow to fight terrorism
PM Modi, Donald Trump vow to fight terrorism

On trade, Trump said he looked forward to working with Modi to "create a trading relationship that is fair and reciprocal", but he also urged the Indian Prime Minister to do more to narrow the USA trade deficit with India . The US was looking forward to increasing energy exports and major long- term contracts for the purchase of natural gas were...

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  • President Trump accepted PM Modi's invitation to visit India, confirms MEA
President Trump accepted PM Modi's invitation to visit India, confirms MEA

Trump also called for the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear and ballistic programs to be "rapidly" tackled, and thanked Modi for "joining us in applying new sanctions against Pyongyang". we can potentially create a lot of jobs for Americans in the United States", he said. In Netherlands, Modi will have an official meeting with Dutch prime...

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  • President Trump on Comey tapes -
President Trump on Comey tapes - "My story didn't change"

It made sense that Trump and his lawyer would dispute aspects of Comey's testimony that raised questions about whether the president's actions amounted to obstruction of justice. In the weeks since, Trump, White House press secretary Sean Spicer and other top officials have repeatedly been pressed on whether the president had such "tapes" and whe...

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  • Who Will Be Affected by the Supreme Court's Travel Ban Ruling?
Who Will Be Affected by the Supreme Court's Travel Ban Ruling?

After a number of defeats in the lower courts, the announcement is indeed a victory for the Trump administration, although the high court could reverse their decision on the ban after they hear a related lawsuit from people traveling from Iran, Libya, Somalia , Sudan, Syria and Yemen, notes The Hill.

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  • Trump interviewed Robert Mueller for Federal Bureau of Investigation director
Trump interviewed Robert Mueller for Federal Bureau of Investigation director

That decision would fall to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who said on Tuesday in a Senate budget hearing that he would only fire Mr Mueller for good cause and has seen no evidence of that. He said he would agree to dismiss Mueller only if there were a legitimate basis to do so. The attorney general, Jeff Sessions , recused himself ...

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  • Europeans can carry on sending benefits to families back home after Brexit
Europeans can carry on sending benefits to families back home after Brexit

More than three million Europeans are now living in Britain and around one million Britons living elsewhere in the EU. " Settled status " is essentially the same as an indefinite right to remain, which gives the holder access to United Kingdom public services and access benefits and education.

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  • Taliban attack checkpost near India-made dam in Afghanistan, kill 10 policemen
Taliban attack checkpost near India-made dam in Afghanistan, kill 10 policemen

The dam was built by India previous year. It produces 42 megawatts of electricity for Herat . USA troops in Afghanistan now number about 8,400, and there are another 5,000 from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, a far cry from the U.S.

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  • May pays out for deal to govern Britain
May pays out for deal to govern Britain

The deal means the DUP's 10 lawmakers will now vote in support of May's 318 Conservatives in the 650-seat parliament on the budget, legislative agenda, motions of confidence and Brexit . Foster's party had demanded tangible benefits for Northern Ireland in terms of jobs and investment in order to offer its support for May, who lost her majori...

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  • How to add multiple users to Google Home
How to add multiple users to Google Home

The UK is the second country to get multiple user support in Google Home , following the feature's rollout in the United States back in April. If you're still anxiously awaiting the opportunity to purchase a Home, expect it and the Assistant to add even more languages and locales throughout this summer and going into the rest of 2017.

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  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emmanuel Macron shoot video selfie about climate change
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emmanuel Macron shoot video selfie about climate change

After his meeting with Macron, Schwarzenegger met Saturday with former United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and high court judges from multiple countries to discuss the possibility of a global pact for environmental protection, ABC News said.

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  • Woman arrested over Eid crowd car crash released on bail
Woman arrested over Eid crowd car crash released on bail

British police say they have arrested a woman after a vehicle collided with pedestrians outside a Newcastle sports center, injuring six people. "It is not believed to be a terror incident", Northumbria police said in a statement. The collision took place outside the sports center when many were just leaving a prayer gathering marking the end of...

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  • May meets DUP leader for urgent talks
May meets DUP leader for urgent talks

A deal for the Democratic Unionist Party to prop up the minority Tory government is "all but done" after talks between Theresa May and Arlene Foster , ITV News understands. "Maybe the people of England, Scotland and Wales will begin to learn about the true nature of the DUP, their homophobia, their sexism, their sectarianism and their anti...

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  • Migrating ducks spreading bird flu in SA
Migrating ducks spreading bird flu in SA

South Africa suspended all trade in birds and chicken products from neighbouring Zimbabwe earlier this month after it reported an outbreak of the H5N8 bird flu at a poultry farm. SA suppliers had not seen a slump in sales, Lovell said. Highly pathogenic among fowl, the risk of human infection is low. Avian influenza is a notifiable disease in...

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  • Germany and France say Britain could change its mind over Brexit
Germany and France say Britain could change its mind over Brexit

Brexit talks remain on course to start next week, Theresa May has said following talks with French President Emmanuel Macron . But he stressed too that he respected the sovereign decision of the British people to leave the European Union in their referendum a year ago, adding that the start of talks was an important milestone.

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  • United States warns Syria on 'chemical attack plan'
United States warns Syria on 'chemical attack plan'

President Donald Trump responded by launching dozens of cruise missiles at a Syrian air field his administration said was used to carry out the deadly attack. Mr Trump said at the time that the Khan Sheikhoun attack crossed "many, many lines" and put the blame squarely on Assad's forces. "Soon after the strike, experts said that victims' symptoms...

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  • Pharmacy head to be sentenced in deadly meningitis outbreak
Pharmacy head to be sentenced in deadly meningitis outbreak

Cadden is set to be sentenced on Monday afternoon in US District Court in Boston following his convictions for fraud and racketeering charges stemming from a public health crisis triggered when NECC sent tainted medicines around the country, killing at least 60 and hundreds more.

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  • India, US call for freedom of navigation amid SCS disputes
India, US call for freedom of navigation amid SCS disputes

India and the USA today vowed to strengthen cooperation against terror outfits like Jaish-e- Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Taiba and D-Company, while urging Pakistan to ensure that its soil is not used for terror strikes against other nations. The two leaders pledged to deepen defence and security cooperation, building on the United States' recognition ...

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  • Hawaii attorney general claims partial victory
Hawaii attorney general claims partial victory

The decision by the supreme court to hear the Trump administration's appeal of the federal court rulings in the autumn sets up a major constitutional challenge for the nine-member court who will have to decide about the constitutionality of the United States president's power over immigration and national security matters.

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  • Journalist with French TV dies of wounds from blast
Journalist with French TV dies of wounds from blast

Smoke from an explosion rises during fighting against Islamic State militants in the old city of Mosul, Iraq, Friday, June 23, 2017. They were working for the French news programme, Envoyé spécial, which airs on France 2, a public television channel.

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  • India, US send strong message to Pak, urge to stop terror attacks
India, US send strong message to Pak, urge to stop terror attacks

The fight against terrorism is our main priority, Modi said after talks with the USA president. The letter mentioned discrimination against religious-based aid groups and asked Trump to make the issue a top priority during Modi's visit.

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  • DHS: Hackers Cased Voter Registration Systems in 21 States
DHS: Hackers Cased Voter Registration Systems in 21 States

Intelligence agencies have concluded hackers stole information from the phishing operation and provided it to WikiLeaks seeking to impact the USA presidential election. "It's all a big Dem scam and excuse for losing the election!", Trump added. Truth is, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other intelligence agencies were trying to stop Rus...

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  • Company curbs sale of panels used on burned London high-rise
Company curbs sale of panels used on burned London high-rise

As in Britain, building regulations in Israel prohibit the use of the polythene Reynobond panels (Reynobond PE) during initial construction, but loopholes have allowed for it to be used unchecked in some cases during renovations, where contractors are specifically looking to cut costs.

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  • Afghan officers killed as Taliban storm police headquarters
Afghan officers killed as Taliban storm police headquarters

Though police put the death toll at two, local hospitals received at least five dead bodies and 30 wounded, a lot of them civilians. Analysts say such attacks are expected to increase this year as U.S. The insurgents are also targeting the worldwide coalition supporting Afghan forces. An Afghan soldier shot and injured seven US soldiers in an a...

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  • Supreme Court travel ban ruling: What it means
Supreme Court travel ban ruling: What it means

Politico reported that people admitted to American universities, doing work for businesses in this country, or claiming other formal connections with US institutions may be exempt from Trump's visa restrictions. Others members of the Muslim community said they support the ban if it protects Americans, but also pointed to its problems. The adminis...

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  • Rahane allows us to play an extra bowler, says Kohli
Rahane allows us to play an extra bowler, says Kohli

In response, Kuldeep Yadav on his first outing with the ball picked a three wicket haul to restrict the home side to 205 for six in the allotted 43 overs. "Jinks couldn't get a game in the Champions Trophy, unfortunately, but shows his mental strength, steps in and scores runs", said Kohli. Seniors MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh have been struggling...

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  • Eliminating terrorism among top-most priorities, says PM after meeting Trump
Eliminating terrorism among top-most priorities, says PM after meeting Trump

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said terrorism was among the "top priorities" for both him and President Donald Trump, stressing their countries will increase cooperation in combating the menace. President Trump also lauded PM Modi's efforts for launching the Goods and Services Tax (GST) describing it as the "largest tax overhaul in India's hist...

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  • North Korea's hostage-taking ploy backfires with Warmbier coma
North Korea's hostage-taking ploy backfires with Warmbier coma

Dr. Daniel Kanter, medical director of the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit at the Cincinnati hospital, told reporters "there's no fractures of the bones that we can detect". Fred Warmbier went on to say that the Trump administration has been more helpful in communicating with the family and facilitating the return of their son.

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  • Theresa May details post-Brexit plans for EU citizens in UK
Theresa May details post-Brexit plans for EU citizens in UK

Those who arrived less than five years before the cut-off date will be allowed to stay until they accrue the time necessary to apply for " settled status ". "More ambition, clarity and guarantees needed than in today's United Kingdom position". I expect our negotiators to obtain the best deal they can for the United Kingdom, this will mean some...

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  • Prince Philip leaves hospital after treatment for infection
Prince Philip leaves hospital after treatment for infection

In May, Philip announced he was stepping down from public life and wouldn't take on new charity roles after more than six decades of service. Philip, who has been by the queen's side throughout her 65 years on the throne, had been with his wife to watch horse racing at Royal Ascot , west of London , on Tuesday.

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  • Trump hails SC decision as victory for US security
Trump hails SC decision as victory for US security

It was blocked by federal judges before going into effect on March 16 as planned. To borrow one of Trump's favorite phrases, the claim that the Supreme Court decided anything - let alone to a count of "9-O" (and not, say, "9-0") - is fake news.

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  • TDS, TCS provision for government, e-commerce operators postponed
TDS, TCS provision for government, e-commerce operators postponed

This should give huge relief to online vendors, who were in a fix ever since GST Council mandated them to collect 1% tax for every online transaction. With the rollout date of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) inching closer, the Finance Ministry on 26 June announced a delay in implementation of the provisions of Section 51 and 52 under the CGST /...

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  • Who can get around the travel ban?
Who can get around the travel ban?

Beyond giving Trump a victory, the Supreme Court decision will have a real impact on who can travel to the US from six majority-Muslim countries. Visitors from the six countries listed in the executive order - Libya , Iran , Somalia, Sudan , Syria and Yemen - may come to the United States if they have a strong connection to an American "...

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  • Ronaldo Showing No Fear For Portugal's Potential Semi-Final Opponents
Ronaldo Showing No Fear For Portugal's Potential Semi-Final Opponents

Russian Federation were beaten 2-1 by Mexico in Kazan on Saturday meaning they finished third in Group A having also lost to Portugal in Moscow on Wednesday, their only victory coming on the opening day versus minnows New Zealand , ranked 95th in the world.

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