• Reports detail Mossad raid on Iranian nuclear documents
Reports detail Mossad raid on Iranian nuclear documents

National security adviser John Bolton, meeting last month with European officials to talk about the U.S. campaign against Iran told them there would no exemptions from sanctions for European companies or entities that do business with Iran under United Nations sanctions, European officials said.

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  • Syrian state media: Israeli rockets strike military position near Aleppo ZlotoNews
Syrian state media: Israeli rockets strike military position near Aleppo ZlotoNews

Earlier Monday, the country's official news agency SANA reported there was only damage to the site, identified as the Al-Nayrab airbase, adjacent to Aleppo's global airport. Israeli media reported that the site was "Iranian-linked". They said in a statement missiles struck near Neirab military airport. Israel on Thursday targeted positions...

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  • Trump Says Russia to
Trump Says Russia to "help with North Korea"

Since the meeting between Mr Trump and Mr Kim on 12 June, there has been little reported progress towards denuclearisation. On Tuesday, Trump attempted to clean up the controversy when he said he had misspoken during the news conference and affirmed that he has "full faith and support for America's intelligence agencies".

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  • Finns protest Trump-Putin meeting
Finns protest Trump-Putin meeting

With no reference to the Cold War era, the controversial POTUS tweeted: "Our relationship with Russian Federation has NEVER been worse thanks to many years of USA foolishness and stupidity and now, the Rigged Witch Hunt!" "We are doing everything in our power to prevent Russian interference in 2018", he said.

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  • Theresa May reveals Donald Trump advised her to sue the EU
Theresa May reveals Donald Trump advised her to sue the EU

Brexiteer rebels are unlikely to have enough support in parliament to win a vote, but the debate will show how many in May's party are prepared to vote against her at a time when some are looking to gather the numbers needed to challenge her leadership.

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  • Cal Fire reports firefighter fatality in Sierra forest fire
Cal Fire reports firefighter fatality in Sierra forest fire

He is survived by his wife and two young children. No other details about his death were released. Fire officials say a deadly wildfire burning near the west end of Yosemite National Park doubled in size overnight. Highway 140 will remain closed until further notice. Varney had been with Cal Fire for a decade. He could not say whether the acc...

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  • Donald Trump Tweets Walk-Back After Playing Vladimir Putin Lapdog in Helsinki
Donald Trump Tweets Walk-Back After Playing Vladimir Putin Lapdog in Helsinki

He went on to warn that Russian Federation remains capable of launching an interference campaign on 2018 midterm elections similar to what occurred in 2016 "we are just one click on a keyboard away from a similar situation repeating itself", he said .

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  • Barack Obama's Nelson Mandela Lecture
Barack Obama's Nelson Mandela Lecture

Many South Africans view Obama as a successor to Mandela because of his groundbreaking role and his support for racial equality in the U.S. and around the world. But Obama reminded the audience that "we've been through darker times". Tuesday's speech came on the eve of Mandela Day, which is marked around the world every year on July 18.

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  • Thai youth soccer team meets with the media
Thai youth soccer team meets with the media

We were surprised that he was not a Thai. The boys, whose ages range from 11 to 16, and their coach answered questions submitted by the media, including about the lessons they learned during their experience. Pictured: The rescued boys sit with one of the Thai Navy SEALs who stayed in the cave with them after they were found.Linh Pham/Getty Image...

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  • Man who walked 20 miles to work gets boss' car
Man who walked 20 miles to work gets boss' car

The story of an Alabama college student's work ethic is catching attention nationwide after walking 20 miles to his new job. Knighten offered to take him to get something more in his stomach. He declined and said he could go ahead and get started. He told her children he was supposed to be receiving his Associate's degree later this year, then will...

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  • Trump and Putin open historic summit
Trump and Putin open historic summit

Donald Trump met one-on-one with Vladimir Putin behind closed doors on Monday in a long-awaited summit overshadowed by the USA president blaming his own country's past "foolishness and stupidity" for the two powers' hostile ties. On the allegations, Putin said: "I had to repeat what I said earlier, including in personal meetings with the presi...

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  • White House issues talking points to curtail damage from Russian Federation summit
White House issues talking points to curtail damage from Russian Federation summit

Jimmy Kimmel also had strong words for the president. "Well that should clear things up", he joked, imitating Trump: "I wouldn't say it's a double negative". The Twitter user who first pointed out the First Lady's odd reaction, @srmduke87, wrote: 'I think she looked scared to death'. We should have had this dialogue a long time ago.

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  • Why Trump-Putin summit is in Helsinki
Why Trump-Putin summit is in Helsinki

The US and Russian presidents came out of their meeting in Helsinki Monday expressing desire for a fresh start between the world's leading nuclear powers and more talk on global challenges, after discussing an array of issues from Syria, Ukraine and China to trade tariffs and the size of their nuclear arsenals.

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  • Russian media suggest Putin-Trump summit a step forward
Russian media suggest Putin-Trump summit a step forward

In an interview with CBS at a golf club in Scotland, after wrapping up his three-day visit to Britain, Trump was quoted by CNN saying: "I think we have a lot of foes". It doesn't mean anything. Trump also said that "getting along with Russian Federation is a good thing, not a bad thing". USA intelligence officials have said they're conf...

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  • Judge orders alleged Russian agent to remain in custody
Judge orders alleged Russian agent to remain in custody

The Justice Department said Ms Butina has been in contact with Russian intelligence operatives, kept contact information for several Russian agents and had a handwritten note in her Washington apartment asking how to respond to an offer of employment with a Russian intelligence agency.

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  • Trump, Putin content with summit despite lack of concrete results
Trump, Putin content with summit despite lack of concrete results

Trump tossing the USA intelligence community under the bus drew some interesting reactions. Paul's comments came shortly before Trump criticized the investigation into Russian meddling during a joint news conference with Putin, calling the probe a "disaster for our country".

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  • Donald Trump blames USA 'witch-hunt' for poor Putin relations
Donald Trump blames USA 'witch-hunt' for poor Putin relations

Donald Trump today blamed bad relations between Moscow and Washington on the United States investigation into alleged Russian election meddling - and Russia promptly agreed. But Trump has insisted it is "a good thing to meet". Coats has maintained an extremely low profile, rarely making public comments, since President Trump appointed him previo...

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  • Boeing wins $3.9B contract for Air Force One replacement planes
Boeing wins $3.9B contract for Air Force One replacement planes

In an interview with CBS, Trump said the next generation of presidential jets will sport a red, white and blue paint scheme. President Donald J. Trump has emphasized the need to minimize the cost of replacing the two existing Air Force One aircraft.

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  • Indian minor raped by 17 men over weeks
Indian minor raped by 17 men over weeks

Videos have surfaced on the internet that shows the accused men being thrashed in court by lawyers. A local lawyers association told the media it was refusing to allow its members to represent any of the men in court. They also videographed themselves in the act and would threaten the girl to stay quiet in return to not leaking the tapes. Accordi...

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  • President Trump Prepares For Summit With Putin
President Trump Prepares For Summit With Putin

Huntsman said on NBC's "Meet the Press". "I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume none of them are lawyers because the United States does not have an extradition treaty with Russian Federation, so it's pretty hard to imagine how that would happen", he said.

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