• Trump and Putin Will Meet One-on-One in Finland, Officials Say
Trump and Putin Will Meet One-on-One in Finland, Officials Say

He said: "We feel like conscripts, when they come to just before they have done their two-year (national) service, like those a bit demoralised who wanted to stay in the army for some more time longer". We lost in a fair and great game. "People not only started to believe in us, but the whole nation loves us now", he said. "I'm really happy tha...

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  • Trump set to announce hotly anticipated U.S. Supreme Court pick
Trump set to announce hotly anticipated U.S. Supreme Court pick

Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. But Valentino says a late addition to the final four, Circuit Court Judge Thomas Hardiman comes off as more moderate on some issues and could have the edge. Valentino explained that she and Appeals Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh would be strong conservative choices. "Republicans are holding four lotte...

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  • Iranian women dance for justice after government detains teen for video
Iranian women dance for justice after government detains teen for video

Though the original account was shut down, her videos were posted online by other accounts with several thousand followers each. I didn't work with a team, I received no training. Captioning the video, he writes: 'If you tell people anywhere in the world that girls aged 17 and 18 are arrested due to their beauty, the joy of dance and accused of the...

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  • Lebanese woman sentenced to 11 years for Egypt insults video
Lebanese woman sentenced to 11 years for Egypt insults video

She was arrested in May before departing from Cairo International Airport after the Public Prosecutor's Office ordered Mazbouh's detention for 15 days pending investigation. With all due respect to the judiciary, this is a severe ruling. Also using curses, she railed against what she described as the country's deteriorating public services and unch...

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  • India’s supreme court upholds death penalty for 2012 Delhi gang-rape convicts
India’s supreme court upholds death penalty for 2012 Delhi gang-rape convicts

May 5: SC upholds death penalty of four accused - Akshay Thakur, Vinay Sharma , Pawan Gupta and Mukesh Singh. The trio had then filed review pleas against sentence. Fighting for life for 13 days, she died at a hospital in Singapore. On March 11 , 2013, Ram Singh was found hanging in his cell at Tihar Jail. This included the attack of an ei...

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  • The issues on the table when Trump and Putin meet
The issues on the table when Trump and Putin meet

On Putin's wish list: an end to US military exercises in Europe and the scaling back of USA forces there. Trump has long complained that the USA bears too large a financial burden, but has yet to act. but based exclusively on his vision of 'America First'". Can Putin offer concessions on the Russian position in Syria or Ukraine? More than hal...

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  • 68-Year-Old Father Found Dead After Fatally Shooting His Teenage Children
68-Year-Old Father Found Dead After Fatally Shooting His Teenage Children

A boy and girl, described by police as "young teenagers" were killed in the incident while a woman in her 30s, who police believe to be their mother, turned up at the scene shortly after police arrived. He told reporters the attack was a "very harrowing experience for those initial responding emergency service providers" who were called to the "hor...

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  • Waltham native Thomas Hardiman still among Trump's Supreme Court finalists
Waltham native Thomas Hardiman still among Trump's Supreme Court finalists

Pence met in person with Kethledge and Barrett while he was vacationing in IN earlier this week and met with Kavanaugh at the Naval Observatory on Wednesday, said a person familiar with the process who was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

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  • England's Gareth Southgate: Young squad 'not the finished article' yet
England's Gareth Southgate: Young squad 'not the finished article' yet

After England made it through to a first World Cup semi-final for 28 years, inevitably there were wild celebrations from long-suffering fans. It put England in good stead in Russian Federation and the long term, too, albeit there are still hurdles to overcome.

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  • North Korea blasts 'regrettable' USA 'attitude and 'robber-like' demands
North Korea blasts 'regrettable' USA 'attitude and 'robber-like' demands

The spokesman said that the first high-level talks between the two countries following the summit failed to consolidate mutual trust, only to risk undermining the North's commitment to denuclearization . "These are complicated issues, but we made progress on nearly all the central issues", he said, according to pool reports from journalists wh...

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  • England's quarter-final win sparks wild scenes on streets
England's quarter-final win sparks wild scenes on streets

The Italian sports newspapers have spoken about Gareth Southgate's revolution, and his move to introduce a three-man defence was certainly impressive to them. "Before the game, we wanted to be here another week. That's something we've got to think about tactically", he added. Speaking to a Manchester United supporting mate in the pub during y...

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  • Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren, the '#MeToo generation'
Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren, the '#MeToo generation'

He said it Warren won the Democratic nomination in 2020 and they met in a debate, he would offer her a DNA test - mocking the #MeToo movement at the same time. More importantly, he also attacked an African-American Congresswoman, Maxine Waters, by telling the crowd that she had an IQ in the low 60s, which would, by definition, make her menta...

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  • U.S. Army Is Discharging Immigrants Who Were Promised Citizenship
U.S. Army Is Discharging Immigrants Who Were Promised Citizenship

Zhao says that finding out he was discharged from the United States army was "like falling from Heaven to hell". The Army, however, could not provide VOA with specific details of individuals' security checks due to privacy laws. Most go the Army, but some also go to the other military branches. "Any recruit, to include those recruited through t...

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  • Merkel would back cutting European Union tariffs on US auto imports
Merkel would back cutting European Union tariffs on US auto imports

The comments in Vienna came after talks with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, who backed the plan, saying that he hoped it could be resolved during his country's European Union presidency, which just began and lasts six months. Merkel's fateful decision in 2015 to leave the German border open to those fleeing Middle East conflict zones was promp...

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  • North Korea attacks 'gangster-like' US
North Korea attacks 'gangster-like' US

State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert on Saturday said USA and North Korean officials have established a working group to deal with the "nitty-gritty stuff", according to pool reporters accompanying Pompeo. His rosy outlook was nearly immediately rejected by North Korea's foreign ministry, which called the USA attitude to the talks "regret...

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  • US service member killed in Afghanistan in apparent insider attack
US service member killed in Afghanistan in apparent insider attack

The term "insider attack" refers to attacks carried out against US military personnel by the Afghan troops they are training or advising. Additional information will be released as appropriate, the Resolute Support said. Afghan security forces, supported by global troops, are now trying to oust Islamic State militants from their strongholds the e...

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  • China trade war breaks out as tariffs kick in
China trade war breaks out as tariffs kick in

It has aimed its tariffs directly at the American heartland, hoping to weaken support for the Trump administration in the months before the midterm election. U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports have provoked retaliatory measures against billions of dollars of American exports. "After the U.S. activated its tariff measures against China, Ch...

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  • Woman trapped by Boston subway train says ‘I can’t afford an ambulance’
Woman trapped by Boston subway train says ‘I can’t afford an ambulance’

Polanco says the woman started crying because she couldn't afford to pay for an ambulance call, and insisted she be left to go home and tend the wound on her own. But when Emergency Medical Technicians arrived, the woman gave in and agreed to ride in their ambulance to get medical treatment. Another bystander told CNN , "She made it a point to s...

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  • Mourinho predicts one of the teams to reach final
Mourinho predicts one of the teams to reach final

They are really important messages for us. When the final whistle blew, spontaneous street parties broke out, some of them blocking main roads, as fans celebrated England getting one step away from only its second World Cup final. "It's nice within football to affect some things and the players have that opportunity as well because they have ...

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  • Trump Zeros in on Supreme Court Pick
Trump Zeros in on Supreme Court Pick

Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Like Kethledge, Kavanaugh is a textualist and originalist. "So we're already at that point, and I agree with Jennifer that women and others have to protest against this continued criminalization of women, harms to our health, and what I think is misogynistic laws against...

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