• Officials say Oklahoma elections not hit by Russian hackers
Officials say Oklahoma elections not hit by Russian hackers

Gowdy replied: " Most of the information now available was available in the fall of 2016". He described Russia's attempts to influence the election as its "boldest to date" in the US. "It's all a big Dem scam and excuse for losing the election!" State elections officials, who testified before the Senate committee, complained that DHS could hav...

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  • Merkel says May's Brexit proposals 'not the breakthrough'
Merkel says May's Brexit proposals 'not the breakthrough'

The EU has said it wants its citizens to have recourse to the European Court of Justice . It said: "UK citizens resident overseas, among them those who have retired to Spain, would not be able to assume that these rights will be guaranteed".

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  • Police investigate 2 possible hate crimes against mosques
Police investigate 2 possible hate crimes against mosques

According to the Council on American-Islamic Relations of the Sacramento Valley, police are now investigating the incidents that occurred outside of the Islamic Center of Davis and the Masjid Annur Islamic Center. Mohamed Kheiter, the Islamic Center's treasurer told the Davis Enterprise that while he forgave Kirk-Coehlo, he anxious her release co...

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  • Some UK ministers want Hammond as caretaker PM
Some UK ministers want Hammond as caretaker PM

Reports are swirling of Conservative MPs promoting both Mr Davis and Philip Hammond as potential Prime Ministers in a bid to keep Boris Johnson out of Number 10. "And if we can't get one then we will provide one unilaterally". "They get the same residence rights, the same employment rights, the same health rights, the same welfare rights, the s...

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  • At Least 120 Dead In Pakistan Oil Tanker Explosion
At Least 120 Dead In Pakistan Oil Tanker Explosion

Two fire engines battled the fire and eventually managed to control it. "The people who were alive were in really bad shape", he said . (Note - Graphic content) Local residents look at burnt bodies after an oil tanker caught fire following an accident on a highway near Ahmedpur East, some 670 km from Islamabad.

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  • S. Korean President calls for N. Korean Olympic participation
S. Korean President calls for N. Korean Olympic participation

Another Korean War means nuclear war. South Korean intelligence services told lawmakers recently that the moves of United States and South Korean forces make Kim "extremely nervous", according to the Korea Herald . According to the June/July edition of VFW magazine, the North's latest mollification occurred March 11, 2013. Donald Kirk has been...

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  • Things to Know About Trump's $200 Million Apprenticeship Plan
Things to Know About Trump's $200 Million Apprenticeship Plan

Virginia Foxx, R-N.C., Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta and South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster. That's when Walker told Trump at a Republican presidential debate that the country didn't need an apprentice in the White House . Though the US government has regulated and certified apprenticeships since 1937, former President Barack Obama's admi...

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  • US Shoots Down Armed, Iranian-Made Drone Over Syria Amid Russian Protests
US Shoots Down Armed, Iranian-Made Drone Over Syria Amid Russian Protests

F/A-18E Super Hornet. The US-led coalition said the location was close to where another pro-regime drone, which intelligence sources had also identified as Iranian, was shot down on June 8 after dropping bombs near coalition forces. Soon after Russian Federation brought its military support for Syrian President Bashar Assad , in 2015, Mosc...

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  • Russian interference is 'all a big Dem HOAX!'
Russian interference is 'all a big Dem HOAX!'

Liles said the hackers were scanning voter systems for vulnerabilities, which he likened to walking down the street, past homes, scoping out weaknesses to break into the place, the Washington Post reported. "I hope the American people will keep in mind Russia's overall aim is to restore its power and prestige by eroding democratic values", said B...

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  • Black Ferns Sevens on top in World Series
Black Ferns Sevens on top in World Series

The Canadian women won the Cup in Sydney, finished runner-up in Japan and Langford, B.C., third in Las Vegas and sixth in the season-opening stop in Dubai. An undeterred Canada responded with two try tries from Julia Greenshields and Brittany Benn using their pace to put themselves ahead 7-14 at half time.

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  • Iran says ISIS strike serves as warning to US, Saudi Arabia
Iran says ISIS strike serves as warning to US, Saudi Arabia

General Amir Ali Hajizadeh , who heads the Revolutionary Guards' aerospace wing, earlier told state television: "The missiles were fired from Iran and they passed over Iraq and landed in Syria ". The weapons used in the Iranian strike were Shahab-3 medium-range ballistic missiles, which have a range of 800 miles, Israel's Channel 10 rep...

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  • Tourist Boat with 150 Aboard Sinks Near Colombian City
Tourist Boat with 150 Aboard Sinks Near Colombian City

President Juan Manuel Santos said on Twitter the air force and emergency services were deploying to deal with the emergency in Guatape . The four-deck ship called Almirante went down Sunday afternoon. It was especially busy Sunday as Colombians celebrated a long holiday weekend. According to Official Colombia Travel & Tourism's website , th...

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  • Shiv Sena gives in, will support NDA's Presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind
Shiv Sena gives in, will support NDA's Presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind

The Sena didn't vote with the NDA in the last two presidential polls. "We wish them all the best... we are not perturbed about winning or losing mid-term elections in Maharashtra..." Interestingly, the BJP earlier allied with the Sena and used this to establish a foothold in Mumbai .

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  • Saudi, allies list demands to end Qatar blockade
Saudi, allies list demands to end Qatar blockade

Saudi Arabia , the UAE, Bahrain , along with Egypt , cut diplomatic and transport ties with Qatar in early June, accusing the country of supporting Iran, extremism and terrorist organizations such as ISIS, Al-Qaeda - charges that Qatar has repeatedly denied.

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  • Korea Denies Torturing US Student Warmbier
Korea Denies Torturing US Student Warmbier

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in an interview with CBS television earlier this week that it was clear North Korea bears a heavy responsibility for Mr Warmbier's death . Some American officials declared that North Korea " murdered " him, and proposed that the USA take action against Pyongyang , through travel restrictions and tougher...

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  • Korea president invites N. Korea to Pyeongchang Olympics
Korea president invites N. Korea to Pyeongchang Olympics

Per BBC News , the change took place just before the federation's world championships in Muju , South Korea. President Moon made the remarks at the opening of the 23rd edition of the World Taekwondo Championships in the southern county of Muju on Saturday, adding that he believed in the strength of sports, which had been "brokering peace".

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  • Indian Prime Minister Modi gets warm welcome by Indians in US
Indian Prime Minister Modi gets warm welcome by Indians in US

With Trump asking allies to shoulder more military costs, Brookings' Jaishankar suggests Modi could signal New Delhi "is willing to play a bigger security burden in its neighborhood and the Indian Ocean and is not dependent on USA security guarantees".

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  • Trump says GOP isn't 'that far off' from passing health overhaul
Trump says GOP isn't 'that far off' from passing health overhaul

Lynch said the shift in Medicaid funding - from 50-50 state and federal funding to roughly 70 percent funded by states - will be particularly devastating to states that took advantage of Obamacare's Medicaid expansion in recent years, including MA, saying: "Medicaid expansion, that'll kill MA".

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  • Belgium suspect shot after 'small explosion' in main station
Belgium suspect shot after 'small explosion' in main station

Molenbeek, an impoverished borough with a big Moroccan Muslim population just acrossBrussels' industrial canal from its historic center, gained notoriety after an Islamic State cell based there mounted suicide attacks on Paris in November 2015 that killed 130 people.

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  • Turkey rejects Arab terms to Qatar, US says are 'difficult'
Turkey rejects Arab terms to Qatar, US says are 'difficult'

Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates , Egypt and Bahrain imposed a boycott on June 5 on Qatar and issued 13 demands including closing Al Jazeera television, curbing relations with Iran, shutting the Turkish base and paying reparations.

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