• Tillerson urges calm on North Korea, says no imminent threat
Tillerson urges calm on North Korea, says no imminent threat

That announcement followed Trump's statement Tuesday that if North Korea issues more threats to the United States, "they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen". But Gorka told BBC radio that even a threat from the North could be construed as an act of war that would justify a military response - echoing Trump's view.

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  • Mattis, Tillerson make United States stance on North Korea more confusing
Mattis, Tillerson make United States stance on North Korea more confusing

He added: "It is absolutely rock solid and everyone understands that". "Given the long record of North Korea's dishonesty in negotiations and repeated violations of global agreements", Tillerson and Mattis write , calling for an "immediate cessation of its provocative threats, nuclear tests, missile launches and other weapons tests".

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  • 1 person missing, 1 charged after watercraft crash on river
1 person missing, 1 charged after watercraft crash on river

Police said several jet skis were on the water at the time of the crash, and two collided. The body of a 16-year-old girl was found in the Merrimack River Monday morning after hours of searching by state and local authorities. Dematos is also charged with operating a jet ski at night, operating an unregistered motorboat, operating at night withou...

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  • Danish inventor accused of deliberately sinking self-built submarine and killing journalist
Danish inventor accused of deliberately sinking self-built submarine and killing journalist

Peter Madsen, the owner of the private submarine that sank in waters off Copenhagen on Friday, has accepted his preliminary detention on suspicion of involvement in the death of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, as a report emerged of the vessel sailing with its lights switched off on Thursday night .

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  • Dunford to meet with S. Korean president amid threat from North
Dunford to meet with S. Korean president amid threat from North

It comes amid heightened tensions over fears Pyongyang is close to achieving its goal of putting mainland United States within range of a nuclear weapon. Strategic patience is the term used for ex-President Barack Obama's policy toward the North, which relied on punishing economic sanctions and diplomatic pressure.

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  • India's top court asks Karti Chidambaram to join CBI investigation against him
India's top court asks Karti Chidambaram to join CBI investigation against him

Chidambaram from leaving the country. Mehta told the bench that the Madras High Court had no jurisdiction to entertain the matter. "If you succeed, it is another matter, if you do not succeed, you go for investigation". The First Information Report dated 15 May was registered before the special CBI judge at New Delhi . Additional Solicitor...

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  • Man Killed In Brooklyn After Parking Dispute
Man Killed In Brooklyn After Parking Dispute

The fight started when Ayal Dahan, 29, arrived at home in his vehicle and found the driveway blocked, sources said. CBs2 was told that the homeowner, whose driveway was blocked, was irate and trying to figure out who the auto belonged to when the car's owner finally returned and that's when witnesses say the altercation began.

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  • $1M Powerball ticket sold at IL food mart; new jackpot at $430M
$1M Powerball ticket sold at IL food mart; new jackpot at $430M

One winning ticket was sold in IL for Friday night's Mega Millions drawing. It's the 12th largest jackpot in US lottery history. The estimated grand prize is $393 million. So far over 4937 persons have won other prizes, which include the recent 2 Million Naira Cash prize at the Weekly National Jackpot draw which started in 25th June, 2017, although...

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  • In wake of Charlottesville terror, new Trump video attacks media as 'enemies'
In wake of Charlottesville terror, new Trump video attacks media as 'enemies'

A White House statement issued Sunday said President Trump does condemn the bigotry and racism espoused by white nationalists, adding clarity to a clumsy speech blaming "many sides" for ratcheting up racial tensions before the Charlottesville violence.

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  • Charlottesville Tries To Pick Up Pieces After Day Of Deadly Unrest
Charlottesville Tries To Pick Up Pieces After Day Of Deadly Unrest

Robert E. Lee from Emancipation Park, turned violent when clashes broke out between the more than 1,000 white nationalists and counter-protesters. James Alex Fields, 20, is suspected of driving a auto into the protesters and killing 32-year-old Charlottesville resident Heather Heyer .

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  • NC kick-starts campaign against revocation of Article 35A
NC kick-starts campaign against revocation of Article 35A

Omar Abdullah questioned, "Why isn't the Central Government formally defending Article 35A in the Supreme Court as per the wishes of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and as a custodian of the Constitution of India?" The affidavit, he said, for some odd reasons is reported to be without any substance or any depth and worryingly the state governm...

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  • Barbeque grill in SUV explodes when woman lights up
Barbeque grill in SUV explodes when woman lights up

Orlando Sentinel reports that the accident happened around 3:30 p.m at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando . Police said the grill was turned on and the propane tank was open in the back of the red Kia Sorento as the couple left the barbecue.

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  • 3 dead, dozens injured, amid violent white nationalist rally
3 dead, dozens injured, amid violent white nationalist rally

Signer said. In the wake of the racial hatred displayed by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday, here in the Valley, community leaders invited everyone to unite for a "Phoenix Against Hate" prayer vigil. "Unfortunately, it appears to have become the most violent as well". In Seattle, police arrested three men and conf...

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  • Suspect in Charlottesville Attack Had Displayed Troubling Behavior
Suspect in Charlottesville Attack Had Displayed Troubling Behavior

Heather Heyer, 32, of Charlottesville was killed. The auto then reversed and hit additional pedestrians. Heyer was "empathetic" toward bankruptcy clients experiencing financial problems and she was a "conscientious" worker, Miller said .

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  • Details coming today over Wisconsin and Notre Dame series
Details coming today over Wisconsin and Notre Dame series

The Fighting Irish are scheduled to play Michigan State this year and in 2026-27, Northwestern in 2018, Michigan in 2018-19, Purdue in 2020-21 and 2024-25 and Ohio State in 2022-23. Wisconsin played LSU at Lambeau Field a year ago and won 16-14 to open the season. The Irish are 10-0-2 all time at Soldier Field, demolishing Miami there 41-13 in 20...

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  • Vin Diesel to Star in 'Fast and Furious' Live Arena Tour
Vin Diesel to Star in 'Fast and Furious' Live Arena Tour

Below, Diesel teases his role in the Fast & Furious live. The show is expected to kick start in January. He took his Facebook handle on Thursday to inform the fans about his fast and furious, live show . You'll soon get to see those gravity-spurning " Fast and the Furious " stunts in a massive arena alongside a member of the family: the on...

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  • Trump Pressures China On Trade; Executive Action Expected Monday
Trump Pressures China On Trade; Executive Action Expected Monday

Doing anything unilateral against China on trade issues is expected to hurt both and produce no victor for the Trump administration , which has been searching through the policy toolbox for outdated means even without a consensus within itself.

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  • Demonstrators hold candlelight vigil for victims of Charlottesville violence
Demonstrators hold candlelight vigil for victims of Charlottesville violence

The vigil began at six p.m. and people were told not to bring wax candles, they were encouraged to bring flashlights or LED candles instead. Everyone was sharing a similar message- even though Virginia is over 600 miles away from Burlington the underlying issue of white supremacy is nationwide.

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  • Willie Nelson cuts show short due to altitude sickness
Willie Nelson cuts show short due to altitude sickness

This was very upsetting news for fans as it has been a hard week for country music fans who are still mourning the loss of another country music legend, Glen Campbell . And in March, his publicist responded to an anonymously sourced report that the singer was "deathly ill". In late January and early February, Nelson canceled several tour dates as ...

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  • US Acting Amb.: S. Korea, US Coordinating 100% On N. Korea
US Acting Amb.: S. Korea, US Coordinating 100% On N. Korea

President of South Korea Moon Jae-in will meet with US military leaders on Monday, August 14, to discuss the escalating tensions between North Korea and the United States. and South Korea stop these exercises. But, in contrast, one week earlier, Vice President Mike Pence told The Wall Street Journal that the right strategy doesn't involve "engagi...

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  • Charlottesville mayor blames Trump for violent weekend
Charlottesville mayor blames Trump for violent weekend

On Sunday morning, Ivanka Trump , the president's daughter, tweeted for Americans to "be one country UNITED". White nationalists were in Charlottesville on Saturday to protest the planned removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. At the center of our struggle as a nation there has always been a battle between subjugation based on white supre...

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  • President Trump Tweets, Re-endorsing Luther Strange
President Trump Tweets, Re-endorsing Luther Strange

President Donald Trump was active on twitter Monday morning, tweeting about Alabama politics. "He is strong on Border & Wall, the military, tax cuts & law enforcement", Trump tweeted before 7:00 a.m. Jeff Sessions was tapped by Trump to be Attorney General. Strange, despite the president's endorsement, is struggling in the race. "I don't know ...

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  • Two dead after helicopter crash in Albemarle County
Two dead after helicopter crash in Albemarle County

In addition to the deaths of the troopers and one other identified person, at least 34 people were injured in the vehicle ramming and other violence. Cullen had become commander of the Aviation Unit in February after first joining it in 1999.

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  • Hizbullah Leader Says Israel Was Defeated In 2006 War
Hizbullah Leader Says Israel Was Defeated In 2006 War

The Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) still holds an enclave straddling the border near the town of Arsal. Nasrallah's remarks referred to the expected offensive the Lebanese army was to launch against the IS. -backed fighters to overthrow the Assad regime. About 1,200 Lebanese, majority civilians, were killed in the 33-Day War of 2006. A...

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  • Almost 100 volcanoes discovered under Antarctica
Almost 100 volcanoes discovered under Antarctica

As it's impossible to study signs of volcanic systems under Antartica's ice-laden terrain, geologists used Bemap 2 to survey the underside of the ice sheet for hidden cone-shaped peaks of basalt rock. "The presence of such a volcanic belt traversing the deepest marine basins beneath the center of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet could be prove to be ...

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  • Guam fliers offer emergency tips for threat from North Korea
Guam fliers offer emergency tips for threat from North Korea

While the South Korean government has emphasized its close alliance with the United States and the need for increased defensive measures like the U.S. The Patriot PAC-3 surface-to-air interceptors wouldn't be able to intercept the North Korean missiles - they would be well outside of the system's range - but could target any pieces of the rockets...

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  • Sharad sacked as JD-U leader in Rajya Sabha
Sharad sacked as JD-U leader in Rajya Sabha

The Chief Minister's Office said an 80-member team from the Bihar Regiment rushed to Kishanganj and Araria on Sunday evening to rescue people. The party handed over a formal letter to vice-president M Venkaiah Naidu, informing him that from now on Singh would replace Yadav as parliamentary party leader in the RS.

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  • Pakistan marks 70 years of independence
Pakistan marks 70 years of independence

Citizens celebrate with fireworks, and fun and games on the festive occasion. Moreover, the Vice-Premier is scheduled to attend the opening ceremony of the nine-storied Basantapur Durbar Restoration Project under the Chinese assistance on 15 August.

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  • Want-away Chelsea striker Costa admits to contact with Mourinho
Want-away Chelsea striker Costa admits to contact with Mourinho

Liverpool conceded in second-half injury time to draw at Watford 3-3, exposing the defensive weaknesses that blighted the team's title challenge last season. The Blues boss said: "Honestly, now there is a great disappointment that we don't have these players for the next game, but we have one week to try to find the right solution".

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  • Trump Weighs Sanctions on Mainland China, Trade War Likely
Trump Weighs Sanctions on Mainland China, Trade War Likely

The official told reporters on Saturday the president would order for his trade office to look into whether to launch an investigation under the Trade Act of 1975 of possible Chinse theft of U.S. They said that USA companies had long suffered because of Chinese intellectual-property violations, and that they expected Congress and the business com...

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  • North Korea deadline on Guam looms amid Trump warnings
North Korea deadline on Guam looms amid Trump warnings

Tokyo has reportedly begun deploying Patriot missile systems after North Korea threatened to target the US Pacific territory of Guam with ballistic missiles traveling over the Japanese skies . President Donald Trump clarified his previous statements Friday, stating that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un will regret it if he does not back down.

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  • Massive mudslide in Sierra Leone, over 200 dead
Massive mudslide in Sierra Leone, over 200 dead

The mudslide happened in the early morning in the mountain town of Regent, where dozens of houses were submerged after a night of heavy rain. Social media images showed bodies lying in the street being collected by emergency personnel as the rain continued to fall.

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  • Venezuelan lawmaker ordered assassination of Sen Marco Rubio, Mexicans contracted for hit
Venezuelan lawmaker ordered assassination of Sen Marco Rubio, Mexicans contracted for hit

The threat was outlined in a memo from the Department of Homeland Security to law enforcement agencies, but the memo also stated "no specific information regarding an assassination plot against Senator Rubio has been garnered thus far". But during the month of February, the U.S. government accused Vice President Tareck El Aissami of being the main ...

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  • GJM asks its youth wing to call off indefinite fast
GJM asks its youth wing to call off indefinite fast

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday appealed to the leaders of the Gorkhaland statehood movement in Darjeeling to call off their agitation, and urged the West Bengal government to initiate dialogue with them. Besides the GJM, various other hill parties and intellectuals marched on the streets of Darjeeling with black flags and placards demandin...

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  • Stores selling out of eclipse glasses
Stores selling out of eclipse glasses

NASA has also listed multiple ways to view the eclipse safely . The human retina is irreplaceable. Smith will see his second eclipse on August 21st. If you haven't placed an order yet - or your glasses are arriving after the solar eclipse - don't panic yet. TechCrunch is reporting that over the past 24 hours, Amazon has sent out recall n...

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