• UK PM May threatened rebels with a national election
UK PM May threatened rebels with a national election

And he laughed after being asked whether he had cleared his actions in advance with Ms Davidson, before saying: "I don't clear anything with anybody, thank you". There has been speculation in Westminster that Boris Johnson could take the opportunity to make a statement following his resignation as foreign secretary over the Chequers Brexit plan.

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  • Trump intends to run for re-election in 2020
Trump intends to run for re-election in 2020

It's also not every day you get to buoy your supporters - and alarm your detractors - by announcing you'll seek, and win, a second term in office. In an interview with British journalist and former Celebrity Apprentice victor Piers Morgan on board Air Force One, the president opined on meeting the British monarch.

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  • Suspected Houston-area serial killer, wanted in at least three deaths, captured
Suspected Houston-area serial killer, wanted in at least three deaths, captured

Authorities say 46-year-old Jose Gilberto Rodriguez was taken into custody Tuesday. A 911 caller spotted the Sentra, the Harris County sheriff's office was notified and a deputy attempted to stop the vehicle. "Let's get this man off the street as soon as possible". Police say it's been a week filled with murder and mayhem all at the hands o...

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  • New York Daily News hits Trump hard with 'open treason' front page
New York Daily News hits Trump hard with 'open treason' front page

U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin shake hands as they hold a joint news conference after their meeting in Helsinki , Finland, July 16, 2018 . Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, said she is "deeply troubled" by Trump's defense of Putin against USA intelligence agencies "an...

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  • French players’ social media videos of World Cup celebrations
French players’ social media videos of World Cup celebrations

The French national team celebrated with over a million people in Paris as they took their new trophy for a victory tour through the streets of Paris . Newspapers hailed a second World Cup for France, after their first victory on home soil in 1998. Notre-Dame des Champs station was relabelled "Notre Didier Deschamps ", and Victor Hugo was s...

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  • Body camera video shows officer firing through window at murder suspects
Body camera video shows officer firing through window at murder suspects

During the high-speed chase, the two men fire at police several times, and Officer Umana fires back, blasting a holes in his car's windshield. The wheels of the SUV start spinning in reverse as Umana, who has reloaded, gets out of his patrol vehicle and fires more shots at the driver's side door.

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  • Writer removed from Trump-Putin event says he only had a question
Writer removed from Trump-Putin event says he only had a question

Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump are meeting in Helsinki. "He just said it's not Russian Federation". "I never thought I would see the day when our American President would stand on the stage with the Russian President and place blame on the United States for Russian aggression", tweeted Republican Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona.

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  • Security forces deploy in Iraq’s Najaf after day of…
Security forces deploy in Iraq’s Najaf after day of…

Demonstrators have taken to streets in southern Iraqi cities to protest the economy. Police also fired tear gas at stonethrowing demonstrators who tried to push their way into the Zubeir oil field south of the city, the reporter said. The arrests started on Sunday night, with police chasing protesters down main roads and alleys following demons...

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  • Assad forces move to secure Syria-Israel border zone
Assad forces move to secure Syria-Israel border zone

In a bid to minimize civilian casualties, both Damascus and Moscow have been initiating talks with militants to make them hand back the areas they control to the government without fighting. President Donald Trump told reporters on Monday after meeting President Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation on Monday in Helsinki that both had agreed to wo...

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  • Trump Was Like A
Trump Was Like A "Little Wet Noodle" Next To Putin: Arnold Schwarzenegger

He added: "President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today". During the news brief, which came after the leaders met privately for over two hours, Trump seemed to accept Putin's denial of interfering in the 2016 presidential election - despite findings to the contrary by USA intelligence agencies.

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  • Maine's Congressional Delegation Is Critical Of Trump's Summit Comments
Maine's Congressional Delegation Is Critical Of Trump's Summit Comments

The meeting between Trump and Putin was one-on-one and did not include staff other than the interpreters. Australians often wonder when President Trump will be impeached. Many reporters, commentators and other political observers made similar observations, noting that Trump could quickly reverse himself again, just as he did in his response t...

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  • Trump an 'American patriot' says Turnbull after Putin meeting
Trump an 'American patriot' says Turnbull after Putin meeting

At the press conference , which followed an hourslong private meeting between Trump and Putin, Trump cast doubt on the USA intelligence community's assessment that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 U.S. I have President Putin, he just said it's not Russian Federation. "This was our most successful visit", he said. John McCain also crit...

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  • Former UK Cabinet secretary seeks new Brexit referendum
Former UK Cabinet secretary seeks new Brexit referendum

She wrote: "We'll be dragging Remain voters out of the European Union for a deal that means still complying with many EU rules, but now with no say on shaping them". "This government is in grave danger of not just losing the plot but losing a considerable amount of support from the people of this country unless we get Brexit right", she said.

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  • DUP to vote against Theresa May's early holiday plan for MPs
DUP to vote against Theresa May's early holiday plan for MPs

The Conservative government defeated an amendment introduced by its own backbench MPs to a future trade policy bill which would have kept Britain in a customs union with the EU if it fails to agree a free trade deal. The prime minister avoided all-out Tory civil war and the wrath of the Eurosceptic wing of the party less than 24 hours after she ca...

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  • No dossier on Trump, says Putin
No dossier on Trump, says Putin

He was the news anchor directing CNN's coverage, as opposed to a pundit paid to be opinionated. Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey , followed by reports that the president disclosed highly classified information to Russian officials, did seem to move the needle , but the effect didn't show much staying power.

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  • Sterling flat ahead of United Kingdom parliament debate on Brexit
Sterling flat ahead of United Kingdom parliament debate on Brexit

Half of Britons said the control she has over her party amounted to "not much", with 24% declaring that she had none whatsoever and just 19% thinking she had a "fair amount". However she insisted her plan offered the only workable solution to maintain "frictionless" trade with the European Union and avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and ...

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  • North Korean restaurant staff defection was forced, manager says
North Korean restaurant staff defection was forced, manager says

While Arirang-Meari did not mention any media reports by name, since June 12, multiple outlets have reported on developments with regard to North Korea's WMD programs that have raised questions about the DPRK's intentions. The messaging was somewhat of a theme over the weekend with two other North Korean outlets - DPRK Today and Uriminzokk...

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  • Trump Calls Off Cold War II - Pat Buchanan
Trump Calls Off Cold War II - Pat Buchanan

There has been a barrage of criticism in the U.S. after President Donald Trump defended Russian Federation over claims of interference in the 2016 elections. Indeed, some domestic critics wanted the Helsinki summit called off entirely, after the 12 Russians were indicted by Mueller under a long-running probe into Moscow's alleged hacking of D...

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  • States brace for abortion fights after Kavanaugh nomination
States brace for abortion fights after Kavanaugh nomination

Robert Bork, nominated by President Ronald Reagan to the Supreme Court in 1987, came under intense scrutiny by Democrats who mined his legal writings for evidence of his conservative leanings. Speaking in Louisville on Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell re-affirmed the timeline for considering the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to be...

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  • Nearly 300 crocodiles slaughtered in revenge attack in Indonesia
Nearly 300 crocodiles slaughtered in revenge attack in Indonesia

The mass killing was carried out at a crocodile farm after the funeral of the 31-year-old man, who had wandered into the farm grounds while collecting grass to feed his cow. Local police said they could not stop the slaughter but may now press charges against those responsible. " For now we are still questioning the witnesses ", said Dewa Made Si...

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