• List of demands on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, other Arab nations
List of demands on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, other Arab nations

The list was handed over to Qatar by Kuwait , which is mediating in the dispute. According to the document, the country has 10 days to meet the list of demands. Families are being forcibly separated, and children pulled out of school. Saudi Arabia and the other nations cited Qatar's relations with Iran, as well as what they say is Qatar's ...

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  • Mother busy texting on Facebook while baby drowned
Mother busy texting on Facebook while baby drowned

On June 13, Cheyenne Summer Stuckey, 21, of Azle, stated that she was preparing a bath for her baby in her home in the 1500 block of Reno Road. After realizing she had forgotten about the baby, she returned to the bathroom and noticed her daughter was "unresponsive and floating face down in the water", the affidavit states.

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  • Chelsea striker Traore edges toward Lyon move
Chelsea striker Traore edges toward Lyon move

Updating reporters on those negotiations during a visit to President Emmanuel Macron's Elysee Palace to celebrate the club's recent women's Champions League success, he seemed optimistic that a suitably ambitious transfer would be wrapped up shortly.

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  • US emphasizes shared concerns with China
US emphasizes shared concerns with China

South Korea's Defense Ministry said the bombers engaged in routine exercises with its fighter jets aimed at deterring the North. Trump wrote on Twitter that while he appreciated the efforts of President Xi Jinping and China to help with North Korea, "it has not worked out".

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  • Four Republican Senators Announce Opposition To Current Health Bill
Four Republican Senators Announce Opposition To Current Health Bill

But some Republican senators, as well as all the Senate's Democrats, have complained about McConnell's proposal, the secrecy with which he drafted it and the speed with which he'd like to whisk it to passage. Obama was more than skeptical. Republicans would allow insurers to charge older people five times as much. That could happen as soon as nex...

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  • U.S. senator met with North Koreans about student
U.S. senator met with North Koreans about student

The service was held at the 22-year-old's school in OH, before his burial at a nearby cemetery. Warmbier's family objected to an autopsy, leaving his official cause of death a mystery. Otto Warmbier died at the age of 22 in a Cincinnati hospital on Monday, just days after the North Korean government sent him home in a coma and suffering from e...

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  • Airlines Muted on Trump's Cuba Travel Changes
Airlines Muted on Trump's Cuba Travel Changes

Once implemented Trump's policy is expected to curtail U.S. travel by creating a maze of rules for Americans to obey. Trump asserted that the USA will take concrete steps to ensure that investments flow directly to the people so they can open private businesses and begin to build their country's "great, great future, a country of great potentia...

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  • Group protests health care bill proposal in downtown Chicago
Group protests health care bill proposal in downtown Chicago

The senators stood next to a sign that quoted President Donald Trump's reported description of the House American Health Care Act as " mean ". Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he hopes to hold a vote on the measure next week, though Johnson said Wednesday he "can't imagine" voting for the legislation on that timeline.

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  • Venezuelan troops fire on protesters at airbase, one killed
Venezuelan troops fire on protesters at airbase, one killed

Over the past weekend, Rodriguez was honored by a meeting of 90 Mexican social movements who declared the top Venezuelan diplomat "Foreign Minister of Dignity of the Peoples" for her role in standing up for the sovereignty of Venezuela and Latin America.

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  • Russian Federation fires missiles from Mediterranean at IS in Syria
Russian Federation fires missiles from Mediterranean at IS in Syria

Frigates Admiral Essen and Admiral Grigorovich , and submarine Krasnodar , launched six Kalibur cruise missiles at ammo dumps and command posts located in Hama and near the town of Akerbat, the ministry said. The detected terrorist targets are destroyed by high-precision weapons systems and aircraft of Russia's Aerospace Forces. Over the past...

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  • US 'regrets' Russian decision to cancel talks
US 'regrets' Russian decision to cancel talks

Russian Federation now says it will target all aircraft within its air force operations zone in Syria - even US planes. "Such actions seriously endanger the whole complex of Russia-U.S. This is in response to Washington's announcement on Tuesday that it has imposed sanctions on almost 40 Russian individuals and firms over Russian activities in...

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  • Qatar Airways seeks 10 pct stake in American Airlines
Qatar Airways seeks 10 pct stake in American Airlines

The move by Qatar Airways would expand its investments in North America as Qatar is embroiled in the region's worst diplomatic crisis in years and is locked in an airspace rights row with three other Gulf states. The airline also said that there are foreign ownership laws that limit the total per centage of foreign voting interest to 24.9 per cent....

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  • Missing US Navy sailors found dead
Missing US Navy sailors found dead

According to the US 7th Fleet and a defense official, the missing sailors were located by dive teams in flooded berthing compartments. The navy said families are being notified and provided with support during "this hard time". He said he was ordering an investigation by the Navy's judge advocate general. Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin , the comma...

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  • We Don't Know Much About the Fitzgerald Collision and That Seems Odd
We Don't Know Much About the Fitzgerald Collision and That Seems Odd

Two of three injured crew members who were evacuated from the ship by helicopter, including the ship's commanding officer, Commander Bryce Benson, were released from the U.S. Sykes says her son told her that sailors initially believed they were under attack and some immediately went to man the guns. The bodies of the dead sailors were discovered ...

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  • Theresa May to set out proposals for European Union citizens at European Union summit
Theresa May to set out proposals for European Union citizens at European Union summit

The result of the elections saw the ruling Conservative's position weakened and the Labour led by Jeremy Corbyn, who was struggling in his own party not so long ago, regain prominence in the country's politics. Brexit negotiations about the terms of leaving the bloc began on Monday but Mr Tusk addressed the prospect of Britain reversing ...

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  • Do Trump & Comey Tapes Exist? The President Claims He Doesn't Have Any
Do Trump & Comey Tapes Exist? The President Claims He Doesn't Have Any

Some legal experts have said that Mr. Trump's threat could be used in an obstruction of justice case against him, since it could be interpreted as putting pressure on Mr. A special counsel , Robert Mueller , was indeed appointed, and Mueller appears to be investigating the possibility that Trump committed obstruction of justice.

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  • 31 hostages rescued, 4 BIFF members killed in clash
31 hostages rescued, 4 BIFF members killed in clash

Weakened by battle setbacks, some commanders have aligned themselves with the Islamic State group in the hope of securing funding from the Middle East-based group, according to the military. Pigcawayan is around 200 kilometers from Marawi City, the battleground of government forces and terrorists for a month. The BIFF is said to be a breakaway...

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  • European markets open under pressure; EU Summit in focus
European markets open under pressure; EU Summit in focus

Given the floor for 10 minutes at the end of a Brussels summit dinner, her first since she launched the two-year withdrawal process in March, May on Thursday outlined five principles, notably that no European Union citizen resident in Britain at a cut-off date would be deported.

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  • Justice: Rosenstein sees no reason to recuse himself from Russian Federation probe
Justice: Rosenstein sees no reason to recuse himself from Russian Federation probe

U.S. President Donald Trump has mocked FBI investigators of not being able to find any evidence related to the probe of a possible collusion between his team and Russian Federation during 2016 Presidential election . Meanwhile, special counsel Robert Mueller - a respected former Federal Bureau of Investigation director - has sought to beef u...

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  • Obama: 'Fundamental Meanness At The Core' Of GOP Health Care Bills
Obama: 'Fundamental Meanness At The Core' Of GOP Health Care Bills

Democrats attacked the Republican proposal and all 48 senators in the caucus have pledged to vote against it. In some ways it's even worse. "We call on Senators to reject this deeply harmful legislation and work instead to expand access to affordable health care for all ".

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