• Trump suggests North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members reimburse USA for defense costs
Trump suggests North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members reimburse USA for defense costs

Ambassador to NATO Kay Bailey Hutchison told PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff on Monday. "Dear America, appreciate your allies, after all you don't have that many ". When we take cases to the WTO, we win about 90 percent of them. "We need to stick with our European allies, those in the EU, to challenge China", he said.

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  • Four Thai schoolboys rescued from flooded cave
Four Thai schoolboys rescued from flooded cave

The rescued children were taken to the hospital, and officials said early Monday that they are strong and safe but need to undergo detailed medical checks. But authorities became anxious in recent days as oxygen levels inside the cave dropped due to a high presence of rescue workers. The next operation will begin in 10 to 20 hours and will involv...

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  • WhatsApp's new forwarded label: All you need to know
WhatsApp's new forwarded label: All you need to know

WhatsApp has recently been in talks for spreading the fake news. The Facebook-owned messaging service has started testing a new feature dubbed Suspicious Link Detection to detect suspicious links being sent through the messenger. "We will build on these efforts", outlines the news advertisement. The app also restricted the dissemination of false ...

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  • UK's May names new foreign secretary
UK's May names new foreign secretary

The BBC reported that Johnson said in his resignation letter that May has put off decisions about how Britain will leave the European Union, warning that "we appear to be heading for a semi-Brexit, with large parts of the economy still locked in the EU system, but with no United Kingdom control over that system".

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  • Pinoy, 4 daughters killed in United States auto crash
Pinoy, 4 daughters killed in United States auto crash

A second adult from the family also was in the van and suffered injuries police said were serious but not life-threatening, and was taken by ambulance to a local hospital. Following the tragic crash, Audi's brother, Daniel Trinidad , told the nypost that the family was devastated over the sudden loss. Hundreds of mourners have lighted candles ...

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  • Trump picks conservative judge Kavanaugh for US Supreme Court
Trump picks conservative judge Kavanaugh for US Supreme Court

While the president has been pondering his choice, his aides have been preparing for what is expected to be a tough confirmation fight. Kavanaugh's 12 years as an appellate judge , combined with his Yale pedigree, Supreme Court clerkship under Kennedy and top posts in the Bush administration, give him a resume his predecessors can't match.

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  • Judge Extends Deadline for Reuniting Migrant Children
Judge Extends Deadline for Reuniting Migrant Children

Looking for news you can trust? In immigration news, the Trump administration will not meet today's deadline to reunite all migrant children under the age of 5 whom immigration officials took from their parents at the border and then sent to jails and detention centers across the country.

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  • Boris Johnson quits amid government chaos
Boris Johnson quits amid government chaos

Those believing that there will be a deal of some sort agreed with the European Union are effectively neck-and-neck with people who think there will be a Brexit with no deal agreed - 37% expect a deal, 34% expect Brexit to happen without a deal being agreed.

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  • Rescuers prepare to move rest of boys, coach from Thai cave
Rescuers prepare to move rest of boys, coach from Thai cave

Thai authorities say four more boys have arrived safely at the hospital following their rescue after having been trapped in a flooded cave for more than two weeks. Weather forecasters warned heavy rain could hit the area through the week. The cave complex is off-limits during the rainy season, which usually runs from May to October, when down...

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  • Trump says 'up to the people' whether to back Prime Minister May
Trump says 'up to the people' whether to back Prime Minister May

In direct costs, the USA now pays about 22 percent of NATO's "principal budgets" that are funded by all alliance members based on a cost-sharing formula that factors in the gross national income of each country. "I think there will be more give and take but I'm not underestimating the challenges ". U.S. doesn't have and won't have a better ally ...

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  • Canada issues travel advisory after protesters riot in Haiti
Canada issues travel advisory after protesters riot in Haiti

The controversial fuel price hike that triggered deadly protests in the French speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member state, has been suspended. Nearly 40,000 people remain in makeshift camps after an quake killed more than 200,000 people eight years ago, and thousands of others have died from a years-long cholera epidemic.

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  • Air India's Taiwan Decision Consistent With Our Policy: Foreign Ministry
Air India's Taiwan Decision Consistent With Our Policy: Foreign Ministry

In April, China's civil aviation administration had written to several global carriers - including American Airlines, Air Canada, British Airways and Lufthansa - demanding the removal of any reference that might suggest that Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau were independent of China.

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  • Ethics watchdogs request investigation of Jordan, fellow coaches defend him
Ethics watchdogs request investigation of Jordan, fellow coaches defend him

The alum, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said he and his fellow wrestlers would speak openly about how Strauss would shower with the athletes, and how other athletes would comment on how Strauss would always "check for hernias", a reference to Strauss examining their genitals.

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  • Hundreds of protesters gather outside Supreme Court after Kavanaugh nomination
Hundreds of protesters gather outside Supreme Court after Kavanaugh nomination

In 2000, Kavanaugh helped the Bush campaign cinch the Presidency by working on behalf of Bush in the Florida recount. Kavanaugh was the front-runner from the moment Kennedy (for whom he clerked) announced he would give his Republican Party a crucial spot on the Court.

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  • European Union stays calm as two top United Kingdom ministers quit
European Union stays calm as two top United Kingdom ministers quit

Johnson served as foreign secretary for nearly exactly two years, taking up the post on July 13, 2016. Mr Johnson does not pull any punches, saying Brexit "should be about opportunity and hope" and a "chance to do things differently", but "that dream is dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt".

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  • Baby found buried in debris near Lolo Hot Springs is recovering
Baby found buried in debris near Lolo Hot Springs is recovering

Saturday night (11 p.m. ET) on a report of a man threatening people and acting unusual. Callers said he had a gun and was threatening people. While the deputies were trying to track down the man, another 911 call came in saying he had returned to Lolo Hot Springs, where he was ultimately apprehended.

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  • Up to 54 deaths linked to southern Quebec heat wave
Up to 54 deaths linked to southern Quebec heat wave

As of early morning, Montérégie's public health department reported two more deaths caused by the worst heat wave Quebec has seen in decades. The mercury has since June 29 regularly topped 30 C, accompanied by stifling humidity levels, but temperatures should drop back to seasonal averages from Saturday.

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  • UK's May names loyalist Jeremy Hunt as foreign secretary
UK's May names loyalist Jeremy Hunt as foreign secretary

Hunt, who had been the health secretary, is considered one of May's most loyal ministers. On Monday, high-profile Brexiteer and Conservative MP Johnson announced he was resigning from the Cabinet, following the agreement of a Brexit proposal that would see the United Kingdom retain close links to the European Union after exiting the organisatio...

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  • British woman dies after Novichok nerve agent poisoning
British woman dies after Novichok nerve agent poisoning

Dawn Sturgess , a 44-year-old mother of three, died on Sunday from contact with the same military-grade toxin that almost killed a former Russian spy and his daughter in an attack that Britain blamed on Moscow. However, Peskov also said he was unaware of anybody linking Moscow with this month's poisoning of a couple in Amesbury , which comes four ...

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  • Most senior Brexit official quits United Kingdom government
Most senior Brexit official quits United Kingdom government

In an apparent boost for the embattled PM, chairman of the powerful 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady, is said to have confirmed at the meeting now he has not received the 48 letters from MPs that would trigger a no-confidence vote. Leaving Chequers on Friday night the Prime Minister could be forgiven for thinking she had gotten away with it, albeit...

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