• Ivanka Trump acknowledges disagreements with her father
Ivanka Trump acknowledges disagreements with her father

Trump explained. "I think he's doing an unbelievable job", the first daughter and senior adviser to the President said. Trump said she also believes that having different viewpoints at the table is a "positive thing". "He did something that no one could have imagined he'd be able to accomplish", she said. There were very few who saw it. "It's nea...

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  • Modi remembers Emergency on Mann Ki Baat, urges to preserve democracy
Modi remembers Emergency on Mann Ki Baat, urges to preserve democracy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on various themes and issues in his monthly radio address "Mann Ki Baat" on Sunday at 11am. It is our culture. PM also said that his participation in event in Lucknow has also provided him the experience of doing Yoga even as rain was falling. Atal Bihari Vajpayee was also imprisoned during this p...

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  • China landslide site evacuated over concerns of 2nd slide
China landslide site evacuated over concerns of 2nd slide

It was not clear if the rescue efforts had been suspended. Rescue operations were being carried out under challenging conditions that included several smaller landslides , Xinhua news agency said . The village was relocated to the current site in 1976 as their previous location was prone to landslides and since then, villagers have been liv...

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  • Israel begins work on first new settlement in 25 years
Israel begins work on first new settlement in 25 years

On the first stop on his one-day trip to Israel, US President Donald Trump's son-in-law and chief Middle East adviser, Jared Kushner, visits the bereaved family of Hadas Malka, the border police offer who was killed in a terrorist attack on Friday.

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  • Senate GOP health care bill vote: The whip count
Senate GOP health care bill vote: The whip count

All appear ready to negotiate changes before the expected vote ahead of the week-long congressional recess around the July 4th holiday celebrating the U.S.'s 18th century independence from England. "We must keep investing in airport transportation infrastructure to help our economy grow, support local business, and create more jobs". A day later, S...

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  • Rescue called off at flattened village as authorities warn of further landslides
Rescue called off at flattened village as authorities warn of further landslides

More than 2,500 rescuers - some digging with bare hands, some using detection devices and dogs - were looking for signs of life as industrial excavators removed rubble at the site. Qiao Dashuai told CCTV that the baby saved the family because he was woken up by the child's crying and was going to change the baby's diaper when he heard a noise that ...

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  • Karnataka Assembly passes bill for 50% reservation in National Law School
Karnataka Assembly passes bill for 50% reservation in National Law School

So it is quite natural for the state government to introduce a Bill to facilitate reservation for local students in the NLSIU. The NLSIU has 80 seats at the undergraduate level, 50 seats in the post graduate law course and another 50 in the masters course for public policy.

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  • Number of global displaced up to 65.6 million past year
Number of global displaced up to 65.6 million past year

South Sudan , now caught in a brutal ethnic war, is behind only Syria and Afghanistan in terms of the size of its refugee population, with people from those two countries accounting for 5.5 million and 2.5 million respectively of all refugees who left their homeland for safety.

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  • Philippines says pro-Daesh group controls 20 percent of Marawi City
Philippines says pro-Daesh group controls 20 percent of Marawi City

Radicalism has spread to nearly all provinces in Indonesia and the country's military is beefing up security in its Sulawesi border area amid the ongoing siege in the southern Philippine city of Marawi, the Indonesian military (TNI) said .

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  • France's Macron to back push for global environment rights pact
France's Macron to back push for global environment rights pact

For the duration of the video , a banner across it reads , "With President Macron, a great leader!" Mr Macron has been critical of the United States president's decision to withdraw from the 2015 Paris climate agreement . MR ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER , on how climate change can not be a partisan issue. "I can assure you, France will not give up th...

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  • Political negotiations continue in bid for deals
Political negotiations continue in bid for deals

Adams added: "We will oppose any deal which undermines the Good Friday agreement ". The sudden rise to influence of the small, right-wing Democratic Unionist Party , thanks to the results of the British election, has raised fresh fears of an eroding peace in Ireland .

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  • Arrested For Planning Terrorist Attack At Mecca Grand Mosque
Arrested For Planning Terrorist Attack At Mecca Grand Mosque

The Saudi Interior Ministry also said that five people including a woman have been arrested in connection with the blast, AP reported. One of the terrorists resisted the arrest by shooting at the forces and finally blew himself up, the report said.

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  • Trump sends greetings to Muslims but scraps White House event
Trump sends greetings to Muslims but scraps White House event

The Sub-Continent it would be celebrated tomorrow. Because it relies on a lunar calendar, the festival marking the start of the new month depends on a sighting of the moon, which can vary from place to place. People were seen buying clothes and toys for children apart from food and bakery items. A terrorist cell captured by the interior ministr...

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  • Flint water scandal prompts manslaughter charge for health chief
Flint water scandal prompts manslaughter charge for health chief

Larry Dubin is a law professor at the University of Detroit Mercy and spoke with WWJ's Sandra McNeill about the charges . Lyon was also charged with misconduct in office, a felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

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  • Holidaymakers flee water as 8ft shark swims in shallow waters in Mallorca
Holidaymakers flee water as 8ft shark swims in shallow waters in Mallorca

The rescue team of the Palma Aquarium told El Mundo that the shark had been already been left stranded near at least two other beaches before the shark it was put down "to minimise pain, stress and provide a dignified death". Blue sharks are relatively common in the Mediterranean, but are not usually thought to be risky for bathers although one i...

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  • NDA nominee Ram Nath meets UP MPs for support
NDA nominee Ram Nath meets UP MPs for support

One set in which Shah was among the proposers was in Hindi, which some BJP leaders said was a rare practice. Aam Admi Party AAP leader Dr. Salil Saha declined to comment anything in particular on Kovind since he wasn't sure about the stand of his party-line.

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  • Bangladeshis among 89 suspected foreign militants in Philippines
Bangladeshis among 89 suspected foreign militants in Philippines

The Associated Press reported Philippine military chief General Eduardo Ano as saying that Mahmud was wounded in battle and died of his wounds on June 7. Numerous high rises were used as sniper posts to slow down the advance of government forces, the military said. Ano said the battle was taking longer because the militants were using civilians a...

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  • Presidential poll: Tejashwi Yadav cautions coalition leaders to maintain restraint
Presidential poll: Tejashwi Yadav cautions coalition leaders to maintain restraint

Nitish's gambit in taking the lone ranger role is driven by the near irreconcilable contradictions within the UPA and the anti-BJP phalanx, which limits the chances of him emerging as the leader to challenge the NDA in 2019. Though Uttar Pradesh has given the country nine prime ministers, including incumbent Narendra Modi , who is a Lok Sabha ...

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  • Trump skips out on hosting Ramadan dinner, breaking White House tradition
Trump skips out on hosting Ramadan dinner, breaking White House tradition

Even Secretary of State Rex Tillerson rejected the Office of Religion and Global Affairs' request to host an Eid al-Fitr party, according to CNN . But it was Hillary Clinton who made the meal marking the end of Ramadan an annual event, holding the first official Id al-Fitr celebration in 1996.

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  • Police name terrorist suspect targeting Muslim Londoners
Police name terrorist suspect targeting Muslim Londoners

A spokesman said police investigations are "continuing to establish whether there is any link between his death and the attack" adding: "The man suspected of driving the van was detained by members of the public at the scene". "While this appears to be an attack on a particular community, like the awful attacks in Manchester, Westminster and Londo...

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