• United States student released by North Korea is in coma, family say
United States student released by North Korea is in coma, family say

A North Korean foreign ministry official, requesting anonymity because no formal North Korean statement had been released, said only that Warmbier was released and left the country Tuesday. - Hyeon Soo Lim, pastor of a Toronto church, was sentenced in December 2015 to life in prison for harming the dignity of North Korea's leadership and trying...

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  • Pakistan striving for consistency against England
Pakistan striving for consistency against England

It was truly a nerve-wracking encounter between two teams who made quite a few errors in the game. Their issue is fielding, which has never been Pakistan's strength, and it could cost them the game against England , as the home side have players who can win match singlehandedly from a hopeless situation.

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  • Death toll from Bangladesh landslides rises to 134 after heavy rain
Death toll from Bangladesh landslides rises to 134 after heavy rain

Disaster Management Ministry official G.M. Abdul Quader said that they received highest casualty information from Rangamati district, around 391 km from capital Dhaka . "We need to accomplish a crucial task of resuming Chittagong's road communications with Bandarban and Rangamati and Bandarban alongside salvaging the landslide victims", a Disast...

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  • Sessions to testify publicly before Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday
Sessions to testify publicly before Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday

While addressing the United States congressional hearing days ago, Comey said Trump fired him to try to undermine the agency's investigation of possible collusion by his campaign with Russia's alleged efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election.

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  • Rosenstein Says He Wouldn't Fire Special Counsel Without Good Cause
Rosenstein Says He Wouldn't Fire Special Counsel Without Good Cause

After responding that he had not, Rosenstein reassured Shaheen of his confidence in the process. Robert Mueller isn't a contestant on The Apprentice. Ryan said the smartest thing for the president to do would be to let the investigation continue and be vindicated.

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  • Man arrested after crashing into banks, Crown Casino in Melbourne
Man arrested after crashing into banks, Crown Casino in Melbourne

Police have released an image of a man they wish to speak to. Footage shows the white Honda mounting the crowded footpath on Swanston Street and then speeding down the pavement as shocked pedestrians run and jump out of the way. A high-speed police chase has taken place in Melbourne's CBD with a driver narrowly missing pedestrians on Spencer Stre...

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  • Russian feminists take on a big role in protests
Russian feminists take on a big role in protests

The protest Monday was part of a day of demonstrations throughout Russian Federation spearheaded by Alexei Navalny , the anti-corruption campaigner who has emerged as Russia's most prominent opposition figure and who has announced he intends to run for president next year.

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  • Sessions heatedly denies improper Russian Federation contacts
Sessions heatedly denies improper Russian Federation contacts

Sessions told the Senate Intelligence Committee he could not discuss his conversations with Trump because they were private. "I was your colleague in this body for 20 years, and the suggestion that I participated in any collusion or that I was aware of any collusion with the Russian government to hurt this country, which I have served with honor...

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  • Key takeaways from Attorney General Sessions' testimony
Key takeaways from Attorney General Sessions' testimony

Sessions repeatedly refused to discuss private conversations with Trump on a wide variety of topics. Sessions' clash with the Democratic senators was the latest chapter in a saga that has dogged Trump in his first five months as president and distracted from his domestic policy agenda including major healthcare and tax cut initiatives.

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  • Strife-Torn City Hit by Blasts on Philippines Independence Day
Strife-Torn City Hit by Blasts on Philippines Independence Day

But the question remains as to how US Special Forces teams gained local authorization to join the fight, indicating that Filipino military assets made the call, and did so behind Duterte's back . He also urged the House leadership to immediately schedule a hearing on this resolution. The Palace confirmed on Tuesday that it knew of the Maute grou...

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  • UK's May cracks joke about election disaster
UK's May cracks joke about election disaster

The Evening Standard edited by Tory former chancellor George Osborne, and the Daily Telegraph, have reported that Cabinet ministers have initiated talks with Labour MPs to secure cross-party backing for a softer Brexit . May's weakness means she must now listen to all shades of opinion on Brexit as she goes into Britain's most complex negoti...

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  • Jeff Sessions: Russia collusion claim 'detestable lie'
Jeff Sessions: Russia collusion claim 'detestable lie'

Follow the livestream here and keep up with our liveblog below. Sens. Al Franken of Minnesota and Patrick Leahy of Vermont have sought an FBI investigation and have requested to be briefed on what the bureau knows about any such encounter.

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  • Kane to the rescue
Kane to the rescue

England looked to be crawling towards a just deserved albeit boring 1-0 win thanks to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's finish but two wonder strikes from Leigh Griffiths in the 87th and 90th minute put Scotland on the brink of their first win against the Three Lions since 1985.

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  • Attorney General Sessions' Opening Statement To Senate Panel, Annotated
Attorney General Sessions' Opening Statement To Senate Panel, Annotated

In addition, lawmakers wanted Rosenstein to spell out the scope of Sessions's other recusal, specifically with regard to the Russia investigation, which Sessions announced after reports emerged that he had not fully disclosed meetings with the Russian ambassador to the United States.

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  • Trump Twitter Comments: President Attacks James Comey, Democrats And Mainstream Media
Trump Twitter Comments: President Attacks James Comey, Democrats And Mainstream Media

Trump's aides have dodged questions about whether conversations relevant to the Russian Federation investigation have been recorded, and so did the president, in a series of teases. We also know that Comey testified that hearing this from his boss left him "confused" and "concerned", and gave him a "queasy feeling". "James Comey better hope that ...

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  • Trump's legal team to file complaint on James Comey
Trump's legal team to file complaint on James Comey

Trump lawyer Marc Kasowitz will reportedly file a complaint over the leaked memo, report NBC News , CNN , Fox News and Reuters . But, she said , he was wrong to leak his notes to the public and should have given that document to her panel.

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  • In UK Early Election Ends With Hung Parliament
In UK Early Election Ends With Hung Parliament

For the second time in half a year, a British Conservative prime minister has let political hubris dictate their decision to turn to the voting public. Back in April, the Prime Minister called the election as polls pointed to a landslide result for the her party. Prime Minister Theresa May said Friday she will try to form a governing partnershi...

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  • North Korea releases jailed United States citizen Otto Warmbier
North Korea releases jailed United States citizen Otto Warmbier

Otto Warmbier was released from a North Korean prison on Tuesday and is now being transported back to the United States, according to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson . energy secretary and ex-governor of New Mexico. People close to the negotiations that led to his release said that Mr. Warmbier was on his way from Japan to Anchorage, where the...

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  • North Korea Has Successful 'Ground-to-sea Cruise Rocket' Launch
North Korea Has Successful 'Ground-to-sea Cruise Rocket' Launch

Pyongyang launched several land-to-sea missiles early Thursday, under the supervision of leader Kim Jong Un , KCNA said. Trump has called on China to use its relationship as North Korea's chief ally to exert pressure on Kim to rein in his nuclear ambitions.

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  • Sharp questions for Sessions in coming testimony
Sharp questions for Sessions in coming testimony

It is true that Comey told Trump that the FBI's counterintelligence investigation was not targeting him personally at the time. Trump is moving aggressively to defend himself in the aftermath of James Comey's testimony to the Senate. It may be against Department of Justice policies to do what Comey did, but the harshest remedy for that is dismiss...

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