• United Kingdom pro-Brexit group fined for breaking campaign spending law
United Kingdom pro-Brexit group fined for breaking campaign spending law

Specifically, they say services Leave.EU received from a USA campaign strategist Goddard Gunster had been missed off accounts and three loans were "inaccurately reported ". The £70,000 fine handed out by the Electoral Commission matches its previous record financial censure, handed out in March 2017 to the Conservatives for offences during t...

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  • France's Macron backs European unity amid USA tensions
France's Macron backs European unity amid USA tensions

The deal was brokered after almost 20 months of negotiation between Iran and the United States, Germany, Britain, China, Russia and France, as well as the European Union. "We are ready to talk to all the companies concerned about what we can do to minimize the negative consequences", Altmaier told Deutschlandfunk radio.

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  • Kelly on Undocumented Immigrants: 'They Don't Integrate Well, They Don't Have Skills'
Kelly on Undocumented Immigrants: 'They Don't Integrate Well, They Don't Have Skills'

Despite a strained relationship with President Trump , White House Chief of Staff John Kelly insists that he has not seriously considered leaving his job - saying he manages to "suck it up", according to a report . I always give my opinion on everything. "They're overwhelmingly rural people", he said. 'In the countries they come from, fou...

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  • China censors Eurovision's gay-themed Ireland performance
China censors Eurovision's gay-themed Ireland performance

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has terminated its partnership with a Chinese broadcaster from showing the Eurovision Song Contest. Online video service MangoTV did not show the heavily tattooed Albanian singer Eugent Bushpepa and an entry from Ireland, which featured a romantic dance sequence by two men, when it aired it on Wednesday.

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  • 16 dead after thunderstorm hit several parts of UP
16 dead after thunderstorm hit several parts of UP

The death toll in the storm that hit parts of Uttar Pradesh last night has risen to 18, an official said today as the Met office issued another bad weather alert for the state. It also said a similar weather pattern is likely to be witnessed in West Bengal, and in six of the seven northeastern states, except Mizoram. "16 people and 22 animals w...

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  • US Sanctions Iran Currency Network After Nuclear Deal Withdrawal
US Sanctions Iran Currency Network After Nuclear Deal Withdrawal

The US Department of Treasury has blackballed six individuals allegedly associated with Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and three affiliated business entities, just days after the US withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal, Sputnik reported.

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  • Florida deputy credited with saving unresponsive baby's life
Florida deputy credited with saving unresponsive baby's life

The deputy turned his patrol vehicle and round and pulled off to the side of the road to assist with the medical emergency. Dash cam video shows the deputy performing several life-saving measures on the baby. You never know when duty is going to call. I turned and I remember thinking, 'I don't hear sirens. "Awesome story! I'm sure these type fa...

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  • X Factor's Saara Aalto makes the Eurovision 2018 final
X Factor's Saara Aalto makes the Eurovision 2018 final

Estonia's singer Elina Nechayeva performs " La Forza " during the first semi-final of Eurovision Song Contest . Singer SuRie will represent the United Kingdom with her song "Storms". The crowd went wild when dancers Kevin O'Dwyer and Alan McGrath took to the stage to perform an interpretive dance as this couple. "I have a strong Finnish and gl...

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  • ISIS IN RUINS: Trump Announces Capture of 'Five Most Wanted' ISIS Leaders
ISIS IN RUINS: Trump Announces Capture of 'Five Most Wanted' ISIS Leaders

Two Iraqi officials announced that an operation between USA and Iraqi forces led to the capture of five top ISIS members. A still photo from video posted on a militant website July 5, 2014, purports to show the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria , Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, delivering a sermon at a mosque in Iraq during his first public ap...

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  • Police question Nigerian Yale student after falling asleep in common room
Police question Nigerian Yale student after falling asleep in common room

CNN reports that Yale spokeswoman Karen Peart said the name on Siyonbola's ID was her preferred name and not the same in the university records. "You can not sleep in that room", the woman said in the first of two Facebook videos posted by Siyonbola.

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  • PM will hold extensive talks with Nepalese counterpart KP Oli
PM will hold extensive talks with Nepalese counterpart KP Oli

The following day, Modi will visit the Muktinath temple and is expected to announce assistance for a project to restore the place of worship revered by both Hindus and Buddhists. PM Modi at the launch of bus service between Janakpur-Ayodhya, in Nepal. A bomb blast at a hydel project India is developing just weeks before its inauguration during Mo...

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  • European businesses most affected by USA sanctions on Iran
European businesses most affected by USA sanctions on Iran

In other sectors, French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen agreed in 2016 to open a plant producing 200,000 vehicles annually in Iran, and says it is studying the implications of the USA move. "So we can cope with changes on the supply side if required", a spokeswoman said in a statement. "German companies doing business in Iran should wind down opera...

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  • White House official mocked 'dying' Senator McCain
White House official mocked 'dying' Senator McCain

He is battling brain cancer and is not expected to be able to vote. What she would not say is that the torture she oversaw was immoral, or that it should not have been done, or that she regretted her own role in it - which, according to senators, included advocating for the program internally.

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  • Another Warm & Sunny Day for Thursday
Another Warm & Sunny Day for Thursday

Today a cold front will cross the region. This front will be the reason we see a few scattered showers. Sunday we will have more clouds compared to sunshine with more showers and thunderstorms. It's a comfortable morning but we will warm to the upper 80s to 90 degrees again this afternoon. Average high temperatures this time of the year are ...

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  • Apple key in effort to commercialize aluminum production without greenhouse gas emissions
Apple key in effort to commercialize aluminum production without greenhouse gas emissions

The company has invested 13 million Canadian dollars (about $10 million) in Elysis , a new joint venture formed by aluminum giants Alcoa and Rio Tinto . Aluminum is one of the most commonly used materials in Apple products, and also one of the company's largest remaining sources of toxic emissions - a result of the metal smelting process.

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  • U.S. airport security asked Canadian cabinet minister to remove turban
U.S. airport security asked Canadian cabinet minister to remove turban

Bains described the episode, which took place in April 2017, in an interview published Thursday in the online newspaper La Presse . "There was a swab test on my turban, there seemed to be a malfunction with the machine and I was ultimately allowed to go through after the second test was conducted", he said.

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  • At least 27 killed after dam burst in Kenya
At least 27 killed after dam burst in Kenya

They are also clearing away debris and farm produce. He said Nakuru County was working with the Kenya Red Cross in a search and rescue operation. Government statistics released Wednesday showed that more than 220,000 people have been displaced by flooding as heavy rains hit the country - after three consecutive failed rainy seasons had left it ...

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  • Five Star insists on online vote as price of populist coalition
Five Star insists on online vote as price of populist coalition

His announcement could open the way for a new government to take office within days, ending nine weeks of political stalemate in Italy following inconclusive March elections. Mattarella didn't propose any names for the " neutral " government, but stressed that its leaders wouldn't be allowed to run in a subsequent election, and would resign if ...

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  • One dead after attackers slits throats of worshippers at South Africa mosque
One dead after attackers slits throats of worshippers at South Africa mosque

The suspects then attacked three people before setting some of the mosque's rooms alight. The motive for the attack was still not known. Witnesses at the scene claimed the men were Egyptian, and drove away in a Hyundai auto. The Council's secretary general Shayk Isgaak Taliep reportedly said, "We reiterate and emphasise the core Islamic teachin...

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  • Trump's Early North Korea Wins Face Ultimate Test in Kim Talks
Trump's Early North Korea Wins Face Ultimate Test in Kim Talks

Mr Trump said he believed Mr Kim wanted to bring North Korea "into the real world" and was hopeful of a major breakthrough at their planned meeting. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday. "Though we're not quite back home yet, I welcomed them back", Pompeo told Associated Press . The announcement came after the early morning return of ...

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