• Public funeral service announced for Otto Warmbier in Cincinnati
Public funeral service announced for Otto Warmbier in Cincinnati

Warmbier's death have been drawn at this time as there are additional medical records and imaging to review and people to interview", the coroner's office statement said, expressing "deepest sympathies" for his family and friends. But some have been seized and given draconian sentences for seemingly minor offenses. All tours begin and end in Be...

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  • USA warplane blasts Syrian drone from sky
USA warplane blasts Syrian drone from sky

The development comes as tensions rise in Syria with Russian Federation and Iran sending US warnings. But the Syrian military said its Su-22 fighter jet was flying a mission against ISIL. On June 8, a USA fighter jet shot down another Iranian-made drone that dropped a bomb near forces patrolling the base at Tanf. The last drone the United State...

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  • Egypt's top court temporarily halts decisions on Red Sea islands
Egypt's top court temporarily halts decisions on Red Sea islands

Supreme Constitutional Court spokesman Ragab Saleem said: "The Constitutional Court, in cases of contradictory judgments, looks at who has jurisdiction". The decision sparked protests and sparked an outcry from activists who accused the authorities of selling Egyptian territories. By handing the Red Sea islands of Tiran and Sanafir over to Saudi ...

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  • Brussels Attacker Moroccan, Not Known for Terror
Brussels Attacker Moroccan, Not Known for Terror

An explosion rocked the central train station in Brussels and a man was shot by security as scenes of terror returned to the European capital. Then the bag exploded "more violently", Van der Sypt said, but it still failed to fully ignite the canisters of gas that were contained within.

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  • Australia suspends air strikes in Syria after Russian Federation threat
Australia suspends air strikes in Syria after Russian Federation threat

The drone was thought to be armed and threatening USA troops on the ground, officials said . Earlier this month , the U.S. shot down another Shahed 129 drone, also operated by pro-government forces. The drone, downed near a combat outpost in the town of At-Tanf, was the second one shot down by USA forces in 12 days; the downing comes as Pen...

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  • Brussels attacker shouted 'Allahu akbar' while trying to detonate nail bomb
Brussels attacker shouted 'Allahu akbar' while trying to detonate nail bomb

Public transportation was reopened Wednesday morning, he said. "The suspect was neutralised by the military that were present at the scene immediately after the explosion", he added. On 22 March of past year, three suicide bombers mounted twin attacks on the city's Zaventem airport and Maelbeek underground station. Security experts said Tuesday's...

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  • Trump congratulates Handel on Twitter
Trump congratulates Handel on Twitter

Kansas (Ron Estes), Montana (Greg Gianforte), South Carolina (Ralph Norman) and now Georgia ( Karen Handel ). CORRECTS THE SPELLING OF HANDEL'S FIRST NAME TO KAREN - Republican candidate for Georgia's 6th Congressional District seat Karen Handel declares victory during an election-night watch party Tuesday, June 20, 2017, in Atlanta.

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  • IS militants killed in Syria
IS militants killed in Syria

A former IRGC leader took to Twitter to reiterate the point that while the missile strike targeted ISIS it also served as a warning to Saudi and the U.S. Coalition troops were working in the area alongside local forces who are being trained to fight the so-called Islamic State group. The extremists have been trying to fortify their positions ...

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  • Brussels attacker Moroccan, shouted 'Allahu akbar'
Brussels attacker Moroccan, shouted 'Allahu akbar'

A police inspector stands at the entrance of Central Station in Brussels on Wednesday, June 21, 2017. With Islamic State under pressure in Syria, he said, attacks in Europe may increase, though many would be by "amateurs". He said the man appeared to be aged 30 to 35. Federal prosecutor Eric Van der Sypt says soldiers "neutralized" a suspect at...

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  • S. Korea says N. Korea drones 'grave provocation'
S. Korea says N. Korea drones 'grave provocation'

That would narrow down President Moon's ground for seeking to engage North Korea. "I think highly of how President Trump has declared the North Korean issue to be one of his top priorities". "And just because we believe the dialogue is necessary does not mean that we have to be impatient for dialogue". The South's military blamed the North for the ...

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  • Israel starts work on new West Bank settlement
Israel starts work on new West Bank settlement

On Tuesday, hours before Kushner's arrival, Netanyahu announced the beginning of work on a new settlement in the West Bank, and has talked of thousands more settlement homes, ramping up a policy that has always been a major obstacle to peace.

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  • DUP and Conservatives expect deal to be agreed on Wednesday
DUP and Conservatives expect deal to be agreed on Wednesday

However, the source added that a full deal on the government's programme wasn't required before the opening of Parliament, adding that there would be "steady dialogue" with the DUP . Reports suggested that the Queen's speech and Brexit negotiations could be delayed as a result. "I will be making it very clear that any deal between the Tories a...

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  • What killed North Korea prisoner Otto? Family's final decision deepens mystery
What killed North Korea prisoner Otto? Family's final decision deepens mystery

But it said the "objection to an autopsy was honoured" and only an external examination had been performed. Investigators were also reviewing radiological images and awaiting additional medical records requested by the coroner, Zornes said.

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  • Saudi King Elevates Son to Crown Prince
Saudi King Elevates Son to Crown Prince

Upon assuming office, Faisal pushed for modernizing the kingdom, including introducing television to the anger of Wahhabi clerics. Bahrain, home to the U.S. His youth is a novelty for a country that is used to ageing leaders - his father is 81 - and his rapid ascent through royal ranks over the past two years has symbolised the hopes of the kin...

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  • US'S Trump Tweets About
US'S Trump Tweets About "Witch Hunt" As Lawyer Denies Investigation

A source on Trump's legal team claimed the president was referring to a Washington Post story "from the other night" rather than confirming he is being investigated. U.S. President Donald Trump is being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller for possible obstruction of justice, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday, citing unident...

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  • Yoga as important as salt in food: Prime Minister Modi
Yoga as important as salt in food: Prime Minister Modi

PM Modi earlier today kicked off the International Yoga Day celebrations along with various other stalwarts from the political landscape and people across the nation despite early morning rains. "We have routine sessions in all our clubs today, but after Eid we are preparing for a much larger event this year", Haider, 48, said from Islamabad.

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  • Trump takes veiled shot at Obama for Warmbier's late release
Trump takes veiled shot at Obama for Warmbier's late release

He had arrived in OH on June 13 after being held for more than 17 months. Arizona Senator John McCain made headlines on Tuesday for calling Americans who still want to travel to North Korea "stupid". Fred Warmbier, Otto's father, praised President Trump after his son's release. North Korea said they released Warmbier last week on "humanita...

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  • China denies BRICS cooperation is about 'forming clique'
China denies BRICS cooperation is about 'forming clique'

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang. The ministers highly valued the 2nd BRICS Counter-Terrorism Working Group Meeting held in Beijing last May 18, calling to expedite the adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism in the UN General Assembly.

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  • The Philando Castile Verdict Was a Miscarriage of Justice
The Philando Castile Verdict Was a Miscarriage of Justice

Sunday's protest was promoted as "Father's Day for Philando". Castile volunteered that he was legally carrying a gun. "Some people will tell you protest don't work ..." Indeed, police discrimination against people of color, often under cover of the war on drugs, has been well documented - Mr.

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  • The Buzz | Merkel seeks 'good agreement' with UK on Brexit
The Buzz | Merkel seeks 'good agreement' with UK on Brexit

Uncertainty over the future trading relationship also means that special status in the talks has been given to discussions on how to limit the impact on peace in Northern Ireland from the creation of a new EU-UK border with the Irish Republic.

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