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Trump Acknowledges Son Sought Clinton Dirt From Russians

Trump Acknowledges Son Sought Clinton Dirt From Russians

US President Donald Trump admitted his son, Donald Jr (seen here), met with a Russian lawyer in Trump Tower in 2016. "I did not know about it", said Trump on Twitter . Within a series of morning...

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United Nations inviting Yemen's warring parties to talks in Geneva in September

United Nations inviting Yemen's warring parties to talks in Geneva in September

In a Friday statement, Qassemi called the airstrikes as the last in a series of terrible genocide and crimes by Saudi Arabia and its allies in Yemen , and said by taking revenge from Yemeni peopl...

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Judge calls Trump administration family reunification efforts 'unacceptable'

Judge calls Trump administration family reunification efforts 'unacceptable'

Non-profit groups and attorneys have been working in Central America to locate the parents. Cmdr. Jonathan White, the public health official who has led the reunification effort for Health and Human...

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About 80 goats take over Idaho neighborhood

About 80 goats take over Idaho neighborhood

One observer pointed out a perk: "Free lawn mowing". Dunn told KTVB . "It's kind of amusing to see them in the road a ton, like not even caring about the cars". They were all eventually removed from ...

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China says tariff threat against US 'justified'

China says tariff threat against US 'justified'

Fines were also slapped on turkey and chicken breasts, but China has maintained a ban on American poultry imports since 2015. The US has already imposed tariffs on Chinese goods worth $US34 billio...

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Sanders And Acosta Spar Over Trump's 'Enemy Of The People' Comments

Sanders And Acosta Spar Over Trump's 'Enemy Of The People' Comments

Things got heated in the White House press room today, where CNN's Jim Acosta put press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on the spot, asking her if she agreed with Donald Trump that the press w...

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Echoing Trump, RNC Warns Candidates, Donors Away From Koch Brothers

Echoing Trump, RNC Warns Candidates, Donors Away From Koch Brothers

On Thursday, Trump appeared to be responding to cable news coverage of Charles Koch's critique of his tariff policies during an interview with ABC News. "But we're raising the bar". While the move...

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Suspected Russian Spy Found Working in U.S. Embassy in Moscow

Suspected Russian Spy Found Working in U.S. Embassy in Moscow

The woman, a Russian national, was hired by the US Secret Service and came under suspicion following a routine security sweep carried out by the State Department, according to sources quoted by the ...

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Khartoum: South Sudan government and rebels reach peace deal

Khartoum: South Sudan government and rebels reach peace deal

The visit by the Sudan Foreign Minister is in line with the mandate of the IGAD Summit of 21st June 2018 which tasked President Omar al-Bashir to host the second round of face-to-face negotiations bet...

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Bookkeeper Testifies in Court Manafort Was Broke in 2016

Bookkeeper Testifies in Court Manafort Was Broke in 2016

She said , "It's not appropriate. you can't pick and choose". Asked by Asonye if she believed it was forgiven, she said: "Uh, no". The judge in the case, T.S. Ayliff told jurors that he handled Man...

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Ivanka Trump Blames Family Separation At Border On Parents

Ivanka Trump Blames Family Separation At Border On Parents

Ms Trump said that her mother, Ivana, was an immigrant who grew up in... "These are not easy issues", Ivanka continued, "these are incredibly hard issues and like the rest of the country, I experi...

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California wildfires: Death toll to 7 as rapid spread continues

California wildfires: Death toll to 7 as rapid spread continues

President Donald Trump declared that a major disaster exists in California , a move that makes it easier for residents, businesses, cities and counties to gain access to federal money, food aid and ...

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Omarosa's back, charges Trump showed signs of mental decline

Omarosa's back, charges Trump showed signs of mental decline

Throughout that erratic and contradictory interview, I kept thinking, 'Oh no! Omarosa worked in Donald Trump's White House and now claims he's anything but a stable genius. Oh no! This is bad!' Do...

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Indonesia lifts tsunami warning after quake

Indonesia lifts tsunami warning after quake

The quake, which registered 7.0 on the Richter scale and struck at a depth of 15km (9.3 miles), has now caused a tsunami warning to be issued. The quake struck at 7:46 p.m., local time, and was cent...

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Chinese tourist, 12, found safe after airport disappearance

Chinese tourist, 12, found safe after airport disappearance

Police said Ma, the woman and the man all appeared to change their clothes during the operation. "Our goal was to locate her to ensure she was safe and unharmed, and we accomplished that goal", David ...

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Britain's Labour leader sees 'real problem' of anti-Semitism in party

Britain's Labour leader sees 'real problem' of anti-Semitism in party

The issue has dogged Corbyn since he took over as Labour leader in 2015, and resurfaced earlier this week when the party refused to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) defin...

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Israel's Druze rally against Jewish state law in Tel Aviv

Israel's Druze rally against Jewish state law in Tel Aviv

Leaders from the Druze minority together with others take part in a rally to protest against Jewish nation-state law in Rabin square in Tel Aviv, Israel, August 4, 2018. "For the love of the nation, I...

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20 people killed after airplane crashes into Swiss Alps mountainside: authorities

20 people killed after airplane crashes into Swiss Alps mountainside: authorities

The airspace above the crash site was closed by the Federal Office for Civil Aviation and access to popular hiking trails in the surrounding area was blocked. According to German-language newspaper B...

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First person charged with breaching new burka law in Denmark

First person charged with breaching new burka law in Denmark

The woman was told she would receive a fine of 1,000 kroner (Dh570) in the post, and was told to either remove her veil or leave the public space. Mr Borcher said: 'During the fight her niqab came ...

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Man 'who shot dead Bush's ex-doctor' kills himself in police confrontation

Man 'who shot dead Bush's ex-doctor' kills himself in police confrontation

It's a question detectives hope to piece together as their investigation continues. Police have said Pappas was a marksman and the shots that Pappas was accused of firing as he also rode on a bike "to...

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Federal judge orders Trump admin to restart DACA program

Federal judge orders Trump admin to restart DACA program

Bush, a Republican, said he would not revise his previous ruling because the arguments of President Donald Trump's administration did not override his concerns. Several government appeals are still pe...

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Ohio Judge Orders Deputies to Tape Shut Suspect's Mouth During Sentencing

Ohio Judge Orders Deputies to Tape Shut Suspect's Mouth During Sentencing

As Williams said "I'm not being allowed to speak how I need to speak" officers in the courtroom ripped off a 15in-long piece of red duct tape and placed it over his mouth. Williams was eventually se...

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North part of Mendocino Complex of Fires was very active Wednesday

North part of Mendocino Complex of Fires was very active Wednesday

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection spokeswoman Jane LaBoa says a wildfire remains several miles from the communities along the eastern shore of Clear Lake, about 110 miles (175 kilo...

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Temperatures to top 47C in Portugal today as heatwave scorches Europe

Temperatures to top 47C in Portugal today as heatwave scorches Europe

With nearly no rainfall since May, Sweden experienced its hottest July in more than 250 years, with the drought and high temperatures sparking wildfires across the country, even as far north as the Ar...

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Russian helicopter crash in Siberia kills all 18 people onboard

Russian helicopter crash in Siberia kills all 18 people onboard

It was carrying 15 passengers and three crew members, the Emergencies Ministry said. Smoke rises from a crash side of a Russian helicopter Mi-8 which crashed shortly after takeoff in Vankor, above t...

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Jeremy Corbyn apologizes for hosting event comparing Israel to Nazis

Jeremy Corbyn apologizes for hosting event comparing Israel to Nazis

The Jewish Labour Movement has written to Labour's chief whip urging him to suspend Chris Williamson MP for remaining silent at an event as an audience member reportedly accused Jews of being "foot-...

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Facebook discovers coordinated political influence campaign ahead of midterm elections

Facebook discovers coordinated political influence campaign ahead of midterm elections

This kind of behavior is not allowed on Facebook because the company doesn't want people or organizations creating networks of accounts to mislead others about who they are, or what they're doing. I...

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Investigators find flight recorders of crashed Mexican plane

Investigators find flight recorders of crashed Mexican plane

An Aeromexico jetliner crashed while taking off during a severe storm in northern Mexico on Tuesday, smacking down in a field almost intact before catching fire, though officials said it appeared ev...

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China, ASEAN navies stage first emergency drills amid feud

China, ASEAN navies stage first emergency drills amid feud

By proposing joint military exercises, China is trying to send a "subtle message to the world that ASEAN and China could work together and things are progressing well, hence there is no need for exter...

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U.S. considers hiking China tariffs to 25 percent

U.S. considers hiking China tariffs to 25 percent

Washington already applied last July 6 tariffs of 25 percent on Chinese products valued in 34 billion dollars per year, under the argument of facing alleged disloyal practices of the Asian country re...

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