• Polygamist Mormon sect leader Lyle Jeffs arrested in South Dakota
Polygamist Mormon sect leader Lyle Jeffs arrested in South Dakota

Following the charges, Jeffs escaped house arrest near Salt Lake City this time a year ago. Days later, Lyle Jeffs disappeared after investigators say he used olive oil to slip a Global Positioning System ankle monitor off his foot without triggering an alarm.

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  • Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage "Concerned" After Trump's State Visit Is Put In Doubt

What - or in this case, who - was conspicuously absent from the Queen's Speech to Parliament? " Labour is not merely an opposition". Thousands marched through London to protest the decision, while 1.8 million people signed a petition urging Mrs May to rescind the invitation.

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  • U.S. shoots down drone close to Iraqi-Syrian border
U.S. shoots down drone close to Iraqi-Syrian border

The official says the drone was a Shaheed 129 and appeared to have been operated by "pro-regime" forces. The U.S. military said it shot down an Iranian-made, armed drone in southern Syria on Tuesday, marking the third time this month that that the U.S.

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  • Australia suspends Syria operations after Russian threats
Australia suspends Syria operations after Russian threats

Meanwhile, the US-led coalition shut down on Tuesday an Iranian-made drone operated by regime forces, in the second such incident after coalition also shut down on June 8 a pro-regime drone. Marine General Joseph Dunford said there were still communications between a United States air operations center in Qatar and Russian forces on the ground in S...

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  • Brussels attacker sympathized with IS
Brussels attacker sympathized with IS

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said a "terrorist attack has been prevented" in the city that hosts the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters. This bag contained nails and gas bottles . He then charged at a soldier at the scene while screaming " Allahu Akbar " (God is great). "The soldier immediately opened fire ...

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  • Stabbing at US airport is an act of terror
Stabbing at US airport is an act of terror

It took four people to subdue Ftouhi, including the officer he stabbed and a nearby maintenance worker, said Chris Miller, the airport's director of public safety. On Wednesday morning, Lt. Jeff Neville was attacked at Bishop International Airport in Flint , Michigan . Genesee County Commissioner Mark Young , a friend of Neville's who retire...

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  • Australia to resume airstrikes in Syria
Australia to resume airstrikes in Syria

The incident occurred in the same vicinity as previous conflicts with pro-regime forces, near the combat outpost in At-Tanf, where a contingent of US and coalition advisers are supporting a force to fight the Islamic State, also known as ISIS.

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  • Gunman made no threats to Congress before Virginia shooting
Gunman made no threats to Congress before Virginia shooting

Officials did not disclose the names. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was severely injured in the shooting , although he's reportedly now able to talk and text . Slater, who didn't release the names on the list or say which party they belonged to, said the list didn't provide any additional context but said Hodgkinson had researched two of ...

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  • Iran fires missiles at IS targets
Iran fires missiles at IS targets

While Iran has other ballistic missiles it says can reach longer distances, Sunday's strike appears to be the furthest carried out overseas. NPR's Peter Kenyon has been following all of this from his post in Istanbul. President Donald Trump's administration, which had previously put Iran "on notice " for its ballistic missile tests, will re...

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  • Other Americans in North Korean custody
Other Americans in North Korean custody

A cause of death hasn't been determined for a 22-year-old college student who was detained for almost a year and a half in North Korea before being sent home in a coma, an OH coroner's office said Tuesday . Spicer said the USA will continue pushing for change in North Korea . "Americans go there, they're often taken hostage, essentially, and ...

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  • In Brussels, weakened May to outline guarantees for European Union expats in Britain
In Brussels, weakened May to outline guarantees for European Union expats in Britain

International Development Secretary Priti Patel said: "This new United Kingdom support will provide desperately needed aid and protection to tens of thousands of the world's most vulnerable". First, "significant progress" would need to be made on the EU's priority issues, notably the rights of expatriate citizens and a settling financial accounts...

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  • Sen. Portman: Warmbier's Death 'Wake-up Call' on 'Brutal' NKorea
Sen. Portman: Warmbier's Death 'Wake-up Call' on 'Brutal' NKorea

Warmbier's family objected to an autopsy, leaving the unthinkable in the realm of mystery for now. Before his arrest, Warmbier seemed to be having a good time in North Korea . The news of Warmbier's death reminded George Hunziker, 59, of his younger brother Evan's imprisonment in North Korea after being charged with spying in 1996.

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  • Back in campaign mode, Trump hits on immigration and a border wall
Back in campaign mode, Trump hits on immigration and a border wall

He also applauded Republican Ralph Norman, who notched a slimmer-than-expected win in a special election to fill the SC congressional seat vacated by Mick Mulvaney, and mocked Handel's challenger, Jon Ossoff, saying the Democrats "spent $30 million on this kid who forgot to live in the district".

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  • 'Not necessarily': Brad Wall asked if he supports National Aboriginal Day holiday
'Not necessarily': Brad Wall asked if he supports National Aboriginal Day holiday

As the longest day of the year, the summer solstice has long held special meaning for Indigenous peoples. Zimmer said he was pleased to be in Thunder Bay for National Aboriginal Day because Northern Ontario has one of the largest First Nations population in the province.

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  • Russia-US deconfliction channel in Syria is working - Pentagon
Russia-US deconfliction channel in Syria is working - Pentagon

The Shaheed-129 drone was armed and displayed hostile intent when it was intercepted by an F-15E Strike Eagle around 12:30 a.m. local time near the Syrian city of Tanf, according to U.S. When asked whether he was confident USA forces would not be shot down over Syria by the Russians, Dunford responded, "I'm confident that we are still communicating...

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  • US airport stabbing investigated as terror; Canadian charged
US airport stabbing investigated as terror; Canadian charged

The FBI said the suspect was in custody and was being questioned. "The suspect is in custody and is now being questioned". The U.S. Department of Justice identified the suspect as Amor M. Officials evacuated the airport Wednesday, where a witnes. - Wednesday at 8:52 a.m.: Ftouhi enters the first level of Bishop International Airport carrying...

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  • Policewoman Killed in Terror Attack at Jerusalem's Old City
Policewoman Killed in Terror Attack at Jerusalem's Old City

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on countries around the word to condemn Palestinian terrorism and its support by the Palestinian leadership following Friday night's deadly terror attack in Jerusalem which claimed the life of Israeli Border Policewoman Staff Sgt.

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  • 3 killed, 9 injured in Bogota shopping mall blast
3 killed, 9 injured in Bogota shopping mall blast

Two more women died in the hospital, the BBC reported. The mayor of Bogota Enrique Penalosa on Twitter called the explosion a terrorist attack. He tweeted that Colombians should "continue life as normal " in the face of attacks. There was a 100 million peso (about $33,000) reward for "anyone who can give us information to help capture th...

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  • Florida Woman Accused of Letting 12-Year-Old Girl Drive Car
Florida Woman Accused of Letting 12-Year-Old Girl Drive Car

Lucie, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of allowing an unlicensed person drive a vehicle. When officers arrived, they discovered that a 12-year-old girl was behind the wheel of a auto that struck an SUV at the intersection. The people in the other cars were taken to the hospital as well. Powell was cited with a misdemeanor criminal traffic cita...

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  • With the clock ticking, Britain, EU play up chance of deal
With the clock ticking, Britain, EU play up chance of deal

The British and EU Brexit negotiators agreed how to organise talks on Britain's divorce at a first meeting in Brussels on Monday, where both sides stressed goodwill but also the huge complexity and tight deadline. "I am not in a frame of mind to make concessions, or ask for concessions", he said. "The best way we can spend this week is to rebuild...

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