• European Union girds for stormy G20 climate battle with Trump
European Union girds for stormy G20 climate battle with Trump

She announced the "self-confident" performance of Europeans for the G20 when it comes to protecting the climate goals and defending free trade principles around which an open conflict with US President Donald Trump is expected. "And for me personally, I hope that the others can be brought back to their senses", he added. Along with Trump, Russi...

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  • Man who claimed to be London fire victim arrested for fraud
Man who claimed to be London fire victim arrested for fraud

Police have said they believe there were no survivors from 23 of the block's 129 apartments. David Orr, chief executive of the National Housing Federation, said there was no point continuing the tests because they had produced a "conclusive" result: that aluminum composite cladding "simply does not pass these tests and is deemed unsafe".

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  • Sean Spicer angrily confronted by CNN reporter during tense off-camera press briefing
Sean Spicer angrily confronted by CNN reporter during tense off-camera press briefing

Where people with alternate political beliefs can, you know, question the government. "Yes, somedays we'll have them somedays we won't", Spicer said . Fleischer told The Hill in April that no longer televising the briefings live would "calm things down a bit". The press secretary ignored Mr Acosta's shouts.

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  • Red Flag Warning canceled for Brian Head fire, winds have decreased
Red Flag Warning canceled for Brian Head fire, winds have decreased

Law enforcement has requested the public please refrain from spreading rumors about evacuations and the individual who allegedly started the fire as it only makes the jobs of officials more hard. Ms Powell said she and her sister helped grab family heirlooms, pictures and important documents last Thursday when her grandparents had to evacuate at sh...

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  • Conservatives agree pact with DUP to support Theresa May
Conservatives agree pact with DUP to support Theresa May

The UK elections on June 8 left May's Conservative Party eight seats short of the 326 needed to form an outright majority government. In addition, the UK Government said it would work with the Executive and other stakeholders to work towards "a comprehensive and ambitious" set of city deals across Northern Ireland as well as work towards a "lim...

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  • Activists kept from gathering en masse for Istanbul Pride
Activists kept from gathering en masse for Istanbul Pride

Turkish police broke up groups of people looking to take part in gay pride marches in Istanbul on Sunday. She says the past year has been an "emotional roller coaster". We are able to support or criticise him, due to our own beliefs and principles which to me is true freedom. However, in June 2015, Turkish riot police broke up the march using t...

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  • Samsung to open SC plant as recent USA investment passes $10bn
Samsung to open SC plant as recent USA investment passes $10bn

Henry McMaster said. While Samsung took up around 17.3 per cent of the United States market for electronic appliances past year, according to the data compiled by industry tracker Traqline, industry watchers said the company aims to further solidify its lead with the new production facility.

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  • See who likes you with Tinder Gold
See who likes you with Tinder Gold

Another added feature is a new symbol (a gold heart) which shows who swiped right first - you or them. "Think of it as your personal Swipe Right concierge-available 24/7-bringing all of your pending matches to you", Tinder wrote in a blog post.

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  • Colbert Mocks CNN's Retracted Story
Colbert Mocks CNN's Retracted Story

The video was released after three CNN journalists resigned Monday following the network's retraction of a story Friday about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between a Trump associate and the head of a Russian investment fund.

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  • Trump blasts Obama, demands 'apology' over Russian Federation probe
Trump blasts Obama, demands 'apology' over Russian Federation probe

Trump issued several Tweets regarding the issue, accusing Obama of mishandling the allegations and rhetorically asking if "They didn't want to hurt Hillary? ". That came after Trump had for months maintained that reports of Russian election meddling amounted to "a scam" cooked up by Democrats as an excuse for losing the election.

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  • North Korea denies torturing American detainee Otto Warmbier
North Korea denies torturing American detainee Otto Warmbier

Ohio Sen. Rob Portman, who had met with North Korean officials in NY to press for Warmbier's release, attended the funeral. Doctors who examined Warmbier upon his arrival in the US described his condition as a state of "unresponsive wakefulness", and indicated he suffered a "severe neurological injury" of unknown cause.

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  • Led coalition says hit Islamic State targets in Syrian town
Led coalition says hit Islamic State targets in Syrian town

At least 57 people were dead in US-led air strikes on Islamic State prison in eastern Syria on Tuesday. A spokesperson for the coalition has said it is investigating the reports. The US-led coalition against the jihadists have conducted more than 21,000 air strikes in Syria and Iraq and believe that many Isis officials have been moved t...

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  • Vidal offers his semi-final verdict
Vidal offers his semi-final verdict

It appears that more global teams are expected to be announced in the coming weeks with Richardson confirming that Dugout was "in conversation with a number of other federations". Chile and Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Charles Aranguiz left the game at halftime with an unspecified injury after a hard tackle by Tim Cahill, and Pizzi said he was "in...

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  • Top Russian Oil Producer, Ukraine Businesses Suffer Massive Cyber Attack Hits
Top Russian Oil Producer, Ukraine Businesses Suffer Massive Cyber Attack Hits

Baulin stressed that the attack is not connected with ransomware virus WannaCry, which swept across the globe just a month ago, affecting more than 200,000 computers in some 150 countries. The cyberattack targeted a number of oil, telecommunications and financial companies in Russian Federation and Ukraine, blocking computers and demanding 300 US d...

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  • Supreme Court reinstates part of Trump's travel ban
Supreme Court reinstates part of Trump's travel ban

Even without the ban in place, arrivals from the six countries has dropped sharply, in part due to the "extreme vetting" approach of U.S. authorities, toughening their scrutiny of visa applicants. Stephen Legomsky, chief counsel for US Citizenship and Immigration Services under former President Barack Obama, said lawsuits could claim that a bona fi...

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  • Qatar isolation could last for years: Gargash
Qatar isolation could last for years: Gargash

Defense Secretary James Mattis warned that Russian Federation could take advantage of the Persian Gulf split, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urged the Arab nations to end the blockade for humanitarian and military reasons as they continue to battle the Islamic State.

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  • White House: Syria could be preparing another chemical weapons attack
White House: Syria could be preparing another chemical weapons attack

It warned the use of chemical weapons "would likely result in mass murder of civilians, including innocent children", adding that Assad and his military would "pay a heavy price". The strike put Washington in confrontation with Russian Federation, which has backed Assad with air strikes in his six-year civil war with rebels.

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  • Pilot Urges Prayers as 'Technical Issue' Forces Turnaround on Malaysia-Bound Flight
Pilot Urges Prayers as 'Technical Issue' Forces Turnaround on Malaysia-Bound Flight

However, the plane landed safely at Perth Airport, where the rather shaken and relieved passengers then disembarked. It was supposed to be a almost six-hour flight, but 90 minutes into the trip, the pilot was forced to turn back around.

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  • SIT to probe DSP's lynching
SIT to probe DSP's lynching

Police also transferred SP north City, Sajad Khaliq Bhat following the lynching of Pandith and asked him to report the police headquarters. Pandith was lynched to death by a mob in Nowhatta on Friday night near Jamia Masjid after he allegedly opened fire at a group of people who caught him clicking pictures near a mosque.

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  • London high-rise buildings fail fire safety tests after Grenfell disaster
London high-rise buildings fail fire safety tests after Grenfell disaster

Some 60 high-rise buildings in 25 local authorities across the country have now failed fire cladding safety tests after the Grenfell Tower disaster, the Government has said. It said in a statement: "Where cladding fails the test, this will not necessarily mean moving residents from tower blocks". They were found to have similar cladding to th...

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  • Israel attacks Syrian posts after cross-border fire from Syria
Israel attacks Syrian posts after cross-border fire from Syria

But with Israelis flocking to the Golan Heights in the summer for hikes and fruit picking, the military asked them to keep their distance from the border area. It was the seventh such incident in a week and came as fighting between Assad's regime and the numerous rebel groups in southern Syria has been escalating.

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  • Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many
Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many

She has been a successful fundraiser since she joined the leadership team in 2002. She has beat back all comers, including last fall, when Democratic Rep. "I love the fray", Pelosi said at a news conference , advising against a change of leadership at a time when Republicans dominate both chambers of Congress and the White House.

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  • Pelosi Defends Leadership Following Special Election Loss
Pelosi Defends Leadership Following Special Election Loss

He emphasized that the group "was a diverse group from an ideological, geographic and ethnic standpoint". Pelosi and other Democratic leaders insisted that they demonstrated important progress by coming in a close second, and have a good shot at taking back the House in next year's midterm elections.

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  • Wounded Rep. Steve Scalise out of intensive care
Wounded Rep. Steve Scalise out of intensive care

Rep. Steve Scalise , 51, the House majority whip, was gravely wounded in the shooting June 14. One Capitol Police officer - Special Agent Crystal Griner - also suffered a gunshot wound to the ankle. Hodgkinson displayed a photo of the Vermont Independent on his Facebook page. A Sanders' spokesman said Wednesday he was reviewing office record...

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  • Senator: US at risk of military conflict with Russia, Iran in Syria
Senator: US at risk of military conflict with Russia, Iran in Syria

F-15 fighter jet around 12:30 a.m. local time. "It displayed hostile intent and advanced on coalition forces", the statement read . The coalition noted the drone showed "hostile intent", adding that the incident took place in the same location where another pro-Syrian government drone dropped munitions on June 8 targeting the Syrian Democra...

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