• Theresa May: there could be 'no Brexit at all'
Theresa May: there could be 'no Brexit at all'

He said he had told May how to conduct Brexit negotiations, "but she didn't listen to me". " Actually, no , we're going into negotiations with them", May told the BBC in an interview. He told journalists he had given the PM advice about how to handle Brexit, but Mrs May had thought it "too brutal". "If we don't", she said, "we risk ending up ...

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  • Protests, clashes after Chicago man is killed by police
Protests, clashes after Chicago man is killed by police

Just prior, officers on foot patrol noticed a man that they believed was armed. Police update after police shootingThe incident occurred near 71st Street and Clyde on the South Side, where crowds gathered afterward and, at times , scuffled with police.

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  • Air strike kills 54 civilians in Syria's Deir Ezzor: monitor
Air strike kills 54 civilians in Syria's Deir Ezzor: monitor

Daesh fighters swept across Syria and Iraq in 2014, declaring a cross-border "caliphate" in areas they controlled. State news agency SANA reported the strike late Thursday, saying more than 30 civilians were killed and accused the US -led coalition.

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  • Former President Obama in ancestral home Kenya to launch sister’s project
Former President Obama in ancestral home Kenya to launch sister’s project

Former US President Barack Obama arrived in Kenya on Sunday for a quick family visit before he heads to South Africa to attend Nelson Mandela's birthday tribute. In South Africa, the Obama Foundation will convene 200 extraordinary young leaders from across the continent and I'll deliver a speech to mark the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela'...

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  • Hamas, Israel reach ceasefire after a wave of strikes on Gaza
Hamas, Israel reach ceasefire after a wave of strikes on Gaza

Striking in the heart of Gaza City is typically only seen during full-blown conflicts like the war of 2014 and could mark a sign that violence is escalating. On the same day, a 15-year-old Palestinian boy was shot dead as he reportedly attempted to climb the fence into Israel. A second Palestinian protester died of his wounds on Saturday.

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  • US President Trump has 'low expectations' for Putin meeting
US President Trump has 'low expectations' for Putin meeting

He added: "You wouldn't think of the European Union , but they're a foe". Putin has met with three previous US presidents before Mr. Trump, but there has never been such a private session of this magnitude between Putin and a USA leader. Last November, in Vietnam, they agreed to maintain open military channels of communications between their force...

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  • Missing woman found alive after auto plunges off California's Big Sur
Missing woman found alive after auto plunges off California's Big Sur

To stay hydrated, she used a radiator hose to siphon water from a nearby stream, according to KGO-TV. But it wasn't until the night of July 14 that hikers spotted her auto at the foot of a cliff and reported it to a campground host that a rescue team located Hernandez-at the bottom of a 200-foot drop-still conscious and able to walk.

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  • Trump plays golf ahead of Putin summit
Trump plays golf ahead of Putin summit

Bolton noted that Putin has repeatedly denied any knowledge of Russian efforts to meddle in the U.S. election but he said the indictments cast doubts on the credibility of the Russian president's assertions. In Saturday's tweets, Trump tried to blame former President Barack Obama for failing to stop the Russians from working to help him win the...

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  • Trump arrives in Britain for first visit as President
Trump arrives in Britain for first visit as President

Trump was quoted as saying that former foreign secretary Boris Johnson , one of the ministers who quit , would make a great prime minister. Trump's comments on Brexit and the United Kingdom made news before his arrival. As thousands of people prepare to protest on the streets of London on Friday and as an inflatable blimp depicting him ...

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  • Trump advised Theresa May to sue the EU
Trump advised Theresa May to sue the EU

But he echoed the sentiment, saying: "Once the Brexit process is concluded and perhaps the United Kingdom has left the European Union - I don't know what you're going to do, but whatever you're going to do is OK with me - just make sure you can trade with us, that's all that matters".

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  • Chicago police release body cam video of South Shore police shooting
Chicago police release body cam video of South Shore police shooting

The protesters took to the streets on Sunday after a fatal police shooting . Police have released bodycam video of a man shot by Chicago police officers on Saturday. Police accounts differ slightly by the media report , but officers say they encountered the man on foot, confronted him, and when he became combative and reached for a weapon in ...

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  • USA not seeking 'concrete deliverables' from Trump-Putin meeting
USA not seeking 'concrete deliverables' from Trump-Putin meeting

Earlier on Friday, President Trump said that he will "absolutely" ask his Russian counterpart about Moscow's alleged involvement in the United States presidential election. The US president left after another round of golf at his Turnberry resort on Sunday after a four-day visit. The label has the two presidents playing rock paper scissors , a...

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  • Donald Trump’s advice to Theresa May on Brexit: sue the European Union
Donald Trump’s advice to Theresa May on Brexit: sue the European Union

Sarah B. Elliot, Chairwoman of Republicans Overseas UK said many British Trump supporters are shy to express themselves. "The only solution is to take the final Brexit decision out of the hands of deadlocked politicians, away from the backroom deals, and give it back to the people", she said in an article for The Times.

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  • Boys, coach rescued from Thailand cave to be discharged from hospital Thursday
Boys, coach rescued from Thailand cave to be discharged from hospital Thursday

The statement added: "They also thanked him and promised to be good boys". The unprecedented and daring final push to bring the boys out saw them sedated and carried through waterlogged and partially dry corridors with the help of military stretchers and almost 100 divers.

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  • United States indicts 12 Russians on 2016 election meddling charges
United States indicts 12 Russians on 2016 election meddling charges

During a joint news conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday, Mr Trump also said the Russian Federation collusion allegations dogging his presidency were "pure stupidity". The piece goes on to detail the extensive lengths to which Trump and his supporters have gone to cast doubt on Russia' interference in the election.

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  • Trump sets expectations 'low' for Helsinki summit with Putin
Trump sets expectations 'low' for Helsinki summit with Putin

May appeared perplexed when revealing what she said Trump's advice was, and laughed when the BBC anchor asked her if she had given the idea any thought. They had bad defenses and they were able to be hacked. US President Donald Trump on Sunday named Russia, the European Union and China as "foes", in an interview aired on the eve of his summit w...

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  • Good News, Jimmy, President Trump Says You're A Nice Guy!
Good News, Jimmy, President Trump Says You're A Nice Guy!

Acosta: "A question from CNN ..." Despite the barbs, Trump offered some praise for Acosta on Twitter yesterday, calling him "actually a nice guy" in a tweet that otherwise labelled CNN as "Fake News" and said the network was "dying in the ratings".

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  • Trump calls the European Union a 'foe' of America
Trump calls the European Union a 'foe' of America

The President of the European Council has fired back at President Donald Trump for calling the EU a "foe" in an interview. The European Union is comprised of 28 member nations, including France, Spain, Germany , and Italy. Maybe the thing that's most hard - don't forget, both of my parents were born in European Union sectors, OK? "Terrible. ...

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  • Fatal Police Shooting Sparks Intense Protest In Chicago
Fatal Police Shooting Sparks Intense Protest In Chicago

The police recovered a semiautomatic-type weapon and magazines from the suspect. "When they approached him, he tried to push their hands away", Patrol Chief Fred Waller told reporters. Saturday's confrontation is the latest incident illustrating the deep-seated mistrust between residents of Chicago's predominantly black and Latino neighbourho...

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  • Israel and Gaza militants agree to end fierce flare-up of fighting
Israel and Gaza militants agree to end fierce flare-up of fighting

Following a day of rockets launched at Israel from Gaza , the IDF attacked Hamas with the heaviest strikes since the 2014 summer war. On Saturday night, Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist groups announced that they had agreed to a ceasefire with Israel, following talks with Egypt and other worldwide bodies.

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