• Trump's Yemen veto means more death, suffering: Aid group
Trump's Yemen veto means more death, suffering: Aid group

The move marked the second time that Trump has used his veto power to reject a bill from the legislature. The Senate voted 54-46 in favor for the resolution while the House of Representatives voted 247-175. "With a veto, they lose faith in the United States and see the end to their suffering a little further out of reach", said Scott Paul, hu...

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  • Fight brews over expected blacked out portions of Mueller report
Fight brews over expected blacked out portions of Mueller report

President Donald Trump seems to have once again changed his tune on the Mueller report, saying that it's "good" the report is being released because the American people will realize it's a "total phony". Instead, Mueller presented evidence on both sides of that question. About 6 in 10 continue to believe the president obstructed justice. The...

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  • UN Security Council considers demanding Libya ceasefire
UN Security Council considers demanding Libya ceasefire

In a tweet, they stated, " Tripoli toll is now 174 dead and 756 wounded". At least four people have been killed as at least seven powerful explosions rocked Tripoli's city centre, while residents reported hearing shelling in several parts of the Libyan capital.

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  • Hail, high winds possible Wednesday as storms roll through state
Hail, high winds possible Wednesday as storms roll through state

Large hail and isolated tornadoes are concerns for places including Dallas and Austin, Texas, and Oklahoma City. The line of storms should weaken as it moves from west to east across the ArkLaTex Wednesday night . The main time-frame for storms will be from the early afternoon hours into the early overnight hours. The Storm Prediction Center h...

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  • KTAR.com Florida woman accused of threatening Denver schools found dead
KTAR.com Florida woman accused of threatening Denver schools found dead

The FBI tweeted there is no longer a threat to the community but did not specify whether she is dead or alive. Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said federal, state and local law enforcement were "dedicating all of their resources to locate this unsafe individual".

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  • Peru's former president Garcia dies after shooting himself to avoid arrest
Peru's former president Garcia dies after shooting himself to avoid arrest

He was sent to Jose Casimiro Ulloa Hospital at 6:45 am local time for a bullet wound to the head, Peru's Health Ministry said. Peru's Health Minister Zulema Tomas said Garcia was in "very serious and critical" condition. Justice Department that it paid corrupt officials across Latin America almost $800 million in exchange for major infrastructure...

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  • Pet deer in Australia kills man, injures his wife
Pet deer in Australia kills man, injures his wife

Police shot the deer when they arrived. The couple were named as Mandi and Paul McDonald. The man and woman were walking on their property, south of the city of Wangaratta , when the animal came out of a bush and gored the man, police told the ABC .

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  • Are Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un About to Have a Summit?
Are Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un About to Have a Summit?

Moon's comments came after Kim issued his harshest criticism yet over South Korea's diplomatic role last week, accusing Seoul of acting like an "overstepping mediator" and demanding that it diverge from Washington to support the North's position more strongly.

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  • All Denver Schools to Conduct Lockout After Credible Threat to Columbine
All Denver Schools to Conduct Lockout After Credible Threat to Columbine

Under lockout procedure, students are gathered inside of their school in order to protect them from a threat that is believed to be outside the building. The students walked to crosswalks and buses parked near the entrance. The FBI is leading the investigation, said Mike Taplin, a spokesman for the sheriff's department.

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  • Google, Apple block TikTok download in India
Google, Apple block TikTok download in India

Chinese startup Bytedance urged India's Supreme Court last week to quash the ban order, saying it would go against freedom of speech rights in India. Responding to the Madras High Court order, TikTok said, "We welcome the decision of the Madras High Court to appoint Arvind Datar as Amicus Curiae (independent counsel) to the court".

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  • Bernie Sanders Releases 10 Years of Tax Returns
Bernie Sanders Releases 10 Years of Tax Returns

While Sanders has filed congressional disclosures for 30 years, Monday's release represents the most in-depth financial disclosure to date by Sanders, who can be prickly about his personal life and finances. The returns show that the couple earned almost $2.8 million in the three years since Sanders' first presidential campaign catapulted him to na...

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  • London climate change protest
London climate change protest

The campaigners, under the label Extinction Rebellion , had camped overnight at Waterloo Bridge, Parliament Square and Oxford Circus. "Suddenly, what Extinction Rebellion has done is actually say: 'we are doing this.' And the state is so weak through austerity that they can't stop us".

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  • 3 killed as plane hits two helicopters while taking off in Nepal
3 killed as plane hits two helicopters while taking off in Nepal

Three people have been killed and four injured after a plane crashed during takeoff near Mount Everest . Locals said a Summit Air plane collided with a Manang Air helicopter that was parked at Lukla airport. It is also popular as Lukla is the place where most people begin to climb the Mount Everest Base Camp. The airport - called the gateway t...

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  • Trump calls Muslim lawmaker Ilhan Omar 'out of control' in latest attack
Trump calls Muslim lawmaker Ilhan Omar 'out of control' in latest attack

HATE statements ". "She is out of control , except for her control of Nancy!" he tweeted. The women-led group also denounced the video, calling it "a unsafe incitement [that] puts Rep. Almost one in three Somali-Americans live in the state, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and between 42,400 and 55,200 people - about 1 percent of the popula...

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  • Freshman Democrat Ocasio-Cortez says cutting aid to Israel 'on the table'
Freshman Democrat Ocasio-Cortez says cutting aid to Israel 'on the table'

If Ocasio-Cortez wants any advice on wooing the Glastonbury crowd, she can call on the leader of the opposition, who has said how much he admires her. Andy Barr of Kentucky told the congresswoman he "was greatly trouble to hear of your comments about our colleague and patriot to our country". She said in the interview that her team still has a...

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  • U.S., Britain, Norway Urge Sudan Military to Cede Power to Civilians
U.S., Britain, Norway Urge Sudan Military to Cede Power to Civilians

He also posted Koutsis on "steps taken by the military council to preserve the security and stability of Sudan", the statement said. The military council is yet to formally respond to those demands, which include the transfer of power to a civilian-headed transitional authority for a period of four years, at the end of which elections will be h...

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  • Notre-Dame cathedral on fire in Paris
Notre-Dame cathedral on fire in Paris

President Emmanuel Macron said the whole nation was moved. A spokesperson for the cathedral said the blaze was first reported at 4.50am (NZT) (5.50pm GMT) and the building was evacuated soon after. As it stands, the fire has already all but destroyed the roof, and the spire has collapsed into the building. The iconic building in the center ...

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  • Thunderstorms strike U.S. East Coast, leave thousands without power
Thunderstorms strike U.S. East Coast, leave thousands without power

Portions of Chicago saw some snow and while it began slowing down Sunday afternoon, the weather service said snow-covered surfaces may pile up to an inch of snow. The death is believed to be storm related , public information officer Glenn Springfield said. "Potential for widespread severe thunderstorms Sunday across much of the Eastern US".

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  • Julian Assange accused of setting up 'spy centre' in Ecuadorian embassy
Julian Assange accused of setting up 'spy centre' in Ecuadorian embassy

Assange spent nearly seven years in the nation's London embassy where he sought asylum, until he was dragged out by police in dramatic scenes on Thursday. "The key issue at the moment is USA extradition, which we have warned about for many years", she added. Robinson says Assange has had "a very hard time" since Moreno came to power in 2017.

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  • Trump Surfaced Sanctuary Cities Immigrant Plan To Distract From Mueller Report
Trump Surfaced Sanctuary Cities Immigrant Plan To Distract From Mueller Report

According to a report from Politico , Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is making plans to meet behind the scenes with newly appointed Attorney General Bill Barr to set the stage for launching investigations into Justice Department officials who took part into the inquiry into President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.

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