• United States navy on alert as Iran threatens to block Gulf oil route
United States navy on alert as Iran threatens to block Gulf oil route

With tensions rising over the strategic waterway, the European Union is proposing a plan for salvaging a multinational nuclear deal with Tehran after Washington withdrew, but Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told leaders in Paris and Berlin on Thursday that the package did not go far enough.

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  • At least 17 deaths in Quebec attributed to heat
At least 17 deaths in Quebec attributed to heat

The mercury has regularly topped 30 degrees since Friday in southern Quebec, accompanied by stifling humidity levels. "We can anticipate seeing more frequent heat alerts because the threshold has been lowered but that threshold is actually based on an up-to-date analysis of where we actually start to see impacts on human health", says Dr.

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  • Silva wants Spain to use speed at World Cup to beat Russian Federation
Silva wants Spain to use speed at World Cup to beat Russian Federation

When the journalist persevered, Hierro said: "Statistics are there to be broken". "If we play very fast up front, we'll have more options and generate spaces in which we can hurt them". In the end it was a tough group and Portugal also struggled. "It's a hard moment, one we have been through on various occasions - we weren't capable of going that l...

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  • Merkel Faces Showdown in Germany Over Migrant Policy
Merkel Faces Showdown in Germany Over Migrant Policy

Seehofer made the announcement in Munich in a CSU meeting on whether to accept Merkel's European solution on migration policy reached in an EU summit on Friday, according to the report. "Both the chancellor and (Bavaria's Horst) Seehofer are damaged". The divisions within the German government over the issue are also being played out in other Eur...

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  • Golden retriever shields owner from rattlesnake bite while hiking
Golden retriever shields owner from rattlesnake bite while hiking

As the reptile lunged at her, Golden Retriever Todd jumped to her aid. Godwin says on Facebook that Todd is recovering and is "being a normal puppy". But Todd swooped in and saved her, she said. It was a lovely morning but as we. Fortunately, Todd has been healing very quickly, and the swelling is rapidly going down.

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  • North Korea steps up production of fuel for nuclear weapons
North Korea steps up production of fuel for nuclear weapons

Asia expert Patrick Cronin called the NBC and Washington Post reports "extremely worrisome". This video grab taken from footage released by China Central Television (CCTV) on March 28, 2018 shows Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shaking hands during their meeting in Beijing on March 27, 2018.

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  • Immigration protesters call for end to detention
Immigration protesters call for end to detention

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to rally across the country Saturday to protest the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy , according to organizers. In El Paso, Texas, immigrant advocacy groups are partnering with religious leaders and women's march organizers Saturday to try to shut down the bridge connecti...

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  • Watch as Jeff Sessions Disgustingly Jokes About Separating Children at the Border
Watch as Jeff Sessions Disgustingly Jokes About Separating Children at the Border

The first lady, who visited children and federal immigration authorities in Texas last week , landed in Tucson, Arizona, Thursday . Similar to her visit to Tucson, the first lady took part in a round table where she heard from officials at the Phoenix facility.

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  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez explains her shocking victory and takes shot at Trump
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez explains her shocking victory and takes shot at Trump

One of the questions that Democrats are going to face after the November election, and whether or not they win back control of the House, is the extent to which they want to keep their leadership structure. But if the party falls short "there will be new leadership throughout". "There is no such thing as being unassailable, in America", she said....

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  • European Union leaders to hold mini-migration summit as crisis festers
European Union leaders to hold mini-migration summit as crisis festers

Although no formal agreements were reached Sunday, ahead of a full summit on Thursday, the toughened attitudes toward migrants were on stark display. That would have a knock-on effect on other European Union states, hit cross-border business and travel.

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  • Petition calls for NYPD honors at Guzman-Feliz's funeral
Petition calls for NYPD honors at Guzman-Feliz's funeral

Guzman-Feliz's family, speaking to The New York Post , said members of a street gang apologized to them for the attack, saying they got the wrong person. Rihanna and Cardi B are among many who have paid tribute to a 15-year-old teen who was murdered in the Bronx, New York , last week. At the funeral home, Lesandro's father showed a fresh ...

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  • White Woman Calls Police On 8-Year-Old Girl Selling Water
White Woman Calls Police On 8-Year-Old Girl Selling Water

A white woman caught on camera calling the police on an eight-year-old black girl for selling water has been dubbed "Permit Patty", sending Twitter into meltdown. "On my property", the mother responds. Twitter users are now calling her "Permit Patty". "I have no problem with enterprising young women", she told the publication.

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  • Germany's Merkel meets Jordanian king in Amman
Germany's Merkel meets Jordanian king in Amman

It has given her two weeks to reach agreement with European partners. The CSU idea is opposed by Merkel and the stand-off with the party leader and Germany's interior minister Horst Seehofer has threatened the stability of her coalition.

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  • Trump signs executive order to end separation of immigrant families
Trump signs executive order to end separation of immigrant families

A particularly harrowing account told of parents being informed that their child was being taken away for a bath - only to be told half an hour later that they would not see them again. Congress. Gene Hamilton, legal counsel to Attorney General Jeff Sessions , said the Justice Department will ask a court to allow the administration to detain fam...

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  • Trump Extends State Of National Emergency Against North Korea Threat
Trump Extends State Of National Emergency Against North Korea Threat

As recently as May the North Korean Red Cross organisation urged South Korea to return the women "without delay". Trump went on to say that the "number-one statement" in the document he and Kim signed in Singapore was "we will immediately begin total denuclearisation of North Korea ", although there was no such statement in the text.

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  • Gerrymandering arguments must prove harm to voters
Gerrymandering arguments must prove harm to voters

The justices are sending the lawsuit back to the lower courts. For now, Chief Justice John Roberts Jr., wrote for the court, there was no good reason to think the plaintiffs had suffered that sort of harm. The justices had a range of options before them, including a broad, statewide look at the issue in Wisconsin, where Republicans have a hug...

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  • Corey Lewandowski says
Corey Lewandowski says "Wah wah" when told about girl with Down syndrome

Speaking Wednesday to Fox News anchor Sandra Smith, Mr. Lewandowski said he was mocking Mr. Petkanas , not the child. It didn't go unnoticed by Petkanas, who shouted, "how dare you!" "My comment was specifically about Zac trying to politicize the use of children as a political football in this discussion because the law is very clear", sai...

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  • Germans 'turning against their leaders' over immigration
Germans 'turning against their leaders' over immigration

Merkel and Macron jointly stressed the need for an EU-wide solution to the migration crisis that is now casting a shadow over cooperation between European neighbors, according to German news agency dpa. Seibert said such agreements could involve countries that are most strongly affected by migrant movements. They include a deadly 2016 Christmas...

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  • USA will not be a migrant camp: Trump on family separation row
USA will not be a migrant camp: Trump on family separation row

US first lady Michelle Obama , right, and former USA first lady Laura Bush laugh as they participate in an African First Ladies Summit in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, July 2, 2013. There have been hundreds of those cases so far this year, Homeland Security says. Republican Senator Pat Roberts tweeted: "While I firmly support enforcing our immigrat...

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  • Trump weighs in on report critical of Federal Bureau of Investigation, highlights a damaging finding
Trump weighs in on report critical of Federal Bureau of Investigation, highlights a damaging finding

After leading the email investigation, Strzok became a top official on special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into whether Trump or his associates colluded with Russian Federation during the 2016 election. Ms Page and Mr Strzok were romantically involved and used their work phones to engage in long-running text discussions of various work...

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  • Trump says Michael Cohen is not his lawyer
Trump says Michael Cohen is not his lawyer

The messages and call logs together constitute 731 pages of potential evidence. WhatsApp and Signal store their messages in encrypted databases on the device, so an initial dump of the phone would have only provided a cryptographic blob. Last week, Jones reported that she had reviewed the first 300,000 documents and determined that just 162 were ...

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  • Read Elizabeth Warren’s statement on Donald Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong Un
Read Elizabeth Warren’s statement on Donald Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong Un

Aware that the eyes of the world were on a moment many people never expected to see, Kim said many of those watching would think it was a scene from a "science fiction movie". Trump was also optimistic about the progress they achieved, stating, "We are going to take care of a very big and very unsafe problem for the world".

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  • Spain accepts rescue boat with stranded migrants in the Mediterranean
Spain accepts rescue boat with stranded migrants in the Mediterranean

Authorities on the French island of Corsica had also offered to host the rescue ship. The EU and the United Nations refugee agency had called for a swift end to the standoff involving the Gibraltar-flagged Aquarius , whose passengers include 11 children and seven pregnant women rescued off the coast of Libya at the weekend.

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  • Lava Oozes Out From Kilauea Volcano
Lava Oozes Out From Kilauea Volcano

It's possible a new fissure will open or vigorous flows could emerge from vents that have been inactive. There were two small blasts Monday, including one after a magnitude-5.4 natural disaster, scientists said. This activity continues to feed the fast-moving channelized flow that is entering the ocean at Kapoho. The lava's entry into the ocean w...

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  • California Will Vote Whether to Split Into 3 States This Fall
California Will Vote Whether to Split Into 3 States This Fall

Southern California would begin with Madera County in the Central Valley and then wind its way along the existing state's eastern and southern spine, comprising 12 counties and ultimately curving up the Pacific coast to grab San Diego and Orange counties.

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