• 'No excuse' for N.Korea's treatment of U.S. student: father
'No excuse' for N.Korea's treatment of U.S. student: father

USA doctors said they found no evidence of active botulism , a rare, serious illness caused by contaminated food or a dirty wound. "He has not spoken", Kanter said at a press conference . He went on to reiterate that Dennis Rodman - who arrived for his fifth trip to North Korea wearing a "Pot Coin" T-shirt right around the time of Otto ...

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  • Putin Likens Comey To Snowden, Jokingly Offers Him Asylum
Putin Likens Comey To Snowden, Jokingly Offers Him Asylum

Putin said that Russian Federation was ready for a constructive dialogue with the United States and "We do not view U.S. as our enemy". Putin accused the U.S. "And if he faces pressure, then we are happy to offer him political asylum too", said Putin. "We know that we have many friends in America", Putin said in response to a question fr...

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  • Former host of 'The Apprentice' - wants apprenticeships in all high schools
Former host of 'The Apprentice' - wants apprenticeships in all high schools

Trump's budget proposal allocates $ 90 million for grants to apprenticeships , but it slashes funding for current job training programs by $1.1 billion, according to the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities, a left-leaning think tank. The administration is seeking to broaden the use of such programs beyond manufacturing to other sectors, inclu...

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  • Progressive Balkan Love: Croatian Origins, Serbia's First Gay Prime Minister
Progressive Balkan Love: Croatian Origins, Serbia's First Gay Prime Minister

But EU hopeful Serbia can present it as proof of increasing tolerance. "I have been working with dedication toward the goal of making Serbia a modern state, in which the state administration operates efficiently", Brnabic said via her spokswoman after the nomination.

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  • Government establishes gun amnesty amid terror concerns
Government establishes gun amnesty amid terror concerns

In announcing the new amnesty - which will run for three months from July 1 - Justice Minister Michael Keenan said it was an attempt to stop unsafe weapons falling into "the wrong hands". While individual states periodically run amnesties, this is the first national one since 35 people died at the historic Tasmanian colonial convict site of Port Ar...

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  • 10-month-old fatally shot while on walk with his father
10-month-old fatally shot while on walk with his father

Part of the description reads: 'It is with the heaviest of hearts that we mourn unexpected and sudden passing of Baby Messiah Justice Marshall. Houston police are looking for three men after one of them shot at a man taking his 10-month-old son for a walk outside an apartment complex and killed the infant.

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  • USA student freed from North Korea has severe brain injury
USA student freed from North Korea has severe brain injury

To honour his son, Fred Warmbier wore the same jacket Otto wore when North Korea presented him before the media on February 29 2016, at an event where he tearfully confessed that he tried to steal a propaganda banner. Nor did they speculate upon a definitive cause for his condition or injuries because they haven't received credible information abou...

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  • Search for victims at London high-rise fire continues
Search for victims at London high-rise fire continues

The death toll from the Grenfell Tower fire in west London has risen to 17. A video has also been published by The Sun that reveals the devastation of the blaze, depicting flooded floors, piles of charred debris and even a wrapped dead body.

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  • Carnival Corporation (CCL) Lifted to Outperform at Wolfe Research
Carnival Corporation (CCL) Lifted to Outperform at Wolfe Research

United Services Automobile Association now owns 1,524,970 shares of the company's stock worth $74,449,000 after buying an additional 24,089 shares during the last quarter. For investors, Forward P/E ratio allows a quick snapshot of the company's finances without getting bogged down in the details of an accounting report.

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  • In stern rebuke of Mideast ally, United States raps Qatar on terror funds
In stern rebuke of Mideast ally, United States raps Qatar on terror funds

India has said it is closely following the situation in the Gulf region in the wake of the decision by Saudi Arabia and some other countries to break diplomatic relations with Qatar . "The blockade is hindering USA military actions in the region and the campaign against ISIS". But turning up the heat on Qatar so soon after the countries cut ...

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  • Special counsel Mueller investigating Jared Kushner's finances, Washington Post reports
Special counsel Mueller investigating Jared Kushner's finances, Washington Post reports

The Justice Department's investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 election is looking at Kushner's multiple roles in the Trump administration, including the Trump campaign's 2016 data analytics operation; his relationship with former national security adviser Michael Flynn; and Kushner's own contacts with Russians, according to USA offici...

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  • Atlanta Fed Raises Second Quarter GDP Growth View to 3.2 Percent
Atlanta Fed Raises Second Quarter GDP Growth View to 3.2 Percent

Mueller is investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. The tone of caution investors were anticipating from the Fed was replaced by a strong determination to continue tightening in response to falling employment while accepting the prolonged periods of weak inflatio...

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  • Third French death confirmed after London Bridge attack
Third French death confirmed after London Bridge attack

Butt, a father-of-two who appeared on Channel 4 documentary The Jihadis Next Door , was also reported to the anti-terror hotline in 2015 for showing signs of "extremism or radicalisation". The visible police presence remains, however - as does the memory of the attack in the minds of British voters, just one day before the country undertakes its n...

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  • ACLU Sues to Block Deportation of Local Iraqis; Cites Dangers Back Home
ACLU Sues to Block Deportation of Local Iraqis; Cites Dangers Back Home

The inability of USA immigration officials to guarantee the safety of Chaldean Christians and Kurdish Iraqis leaves many , including Martin Manna, president of the Chaldean Community Foundation , anxious about the move to push for deportations.

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  • Obstruction of justice case on Trump
Obstruction of justice case on Trump

After media reports said President Donald Trump was thinking about firing Mueller, Rosenstein told the Senate Committee on Appropriations only he can give Mueller the boot. "I think he's weighing that option", Mr Ruddy said on PBS NewsHour . Yet that tweet contradicts what Gingrich tweeted just less than a month ago, saying , " Robert M...

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  • Steve Scalise to undergo third surgery from gunshot in mass shooting
Steve Scalise to undergo third surgery from gunshot in mass shooting

During the five-minute video, you can see members of the GOP baseball team scurrying for cover. The interview was first reported by PBS. Reacting to the shooting of House Majority Whip Rep. In a statement, Texas Rep. Roger Williams, one of the team's coaches, said one of his staff members, legislative correspondent Zack Barth, was shot during ...

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  • Shale oil boom to hurt OPEC well into 2018
Shale oil boom to hurt OPEC well into 2018

Crude oil prices have dropped this week in response to several reports that show rising output and lackluster demand, with market players questioning the effectiveness of OPEC's production cuts. Fesharaki, an expert in the energy market and an academic warned that the world may witness a drastic fall in price of a barrel of Oil to $30 if th...

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  • London council criticised for lacklustre response to fire
London council criticised for lacklustre response to fire

After a brief stay in Earl's Court, the family moved to Kensal Rise, which is close to Grenfell Tower. Another witness, Saimar Lleshi, saw people tying together sheets in an attempt to escape. The cause of the fire is still not known although accusing fingers are being pointed at the poor quality material used in the building that was origi...

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  • Singer Adele pays visit to Grenfell Tower fire site
Singer Adele pays visit to Grenfell Tower fire site

It had 120 flats and between 400 and 600 people . Sixty firefighters remain on the scene, but the fire service warned they do not expect to find any more survivors in the ashes, and the number of fatalities may still rise. "It was more about making it look better for the people who want to regenerate the estate", she said. Eyewitness reports...

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  • Passenger 'tried to hijack' Malaysia Airlines plane
Passenger 'tried to hijack' Malaysia Airlines plane

The passenger reportedly claimed to have explosives. He was "tackled by 11 others on the flight" according to a witness, and did not get inside the cockpit. " Malaysia Airlines together with the Australian authorities will be investigating the incident", the statement added. The Sri Lankan national was overpowered by crew members and pas...

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