• Donald Trump willing to slap tariffs on all Chinese imports
Donald Trump willing to slap tariffs on all Chinese imports

The dollar's gains, meanwhile, were eroding "our competitive edge", the president said, adding that the Federal Reserve's decision to tighten monetary policy "now hurts all that we have done". Trump also acknowledged that his comments are unusual but said he doesn't care. "We are being taken advantage of, and I don't like it", Trump said.

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  • Waitress Body Slams Customer Who Groped Her
Waitress Body Slams Customer Who Groped Her

Cherwinski is allegedly the man seen walking behind a waitress and touching her buttocks before the waitress confronts him and takes him to the ground. Holden said she had first thought it was a friend who was grabbing her as a joke, Inside Edition reported. She then yelled at the man, and told her co-workers to call the police.

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  • After Helsinki, Trump plans to host Putin in Washington
After Helsinki, Trump plans to host Putin in Washington

Trump tweeted Thursday that the meeting was "a great success" - and called journalists who questoned his performance 'the real enemy of the people'. "I just felt, at this point in time , that what we had assessed and re-assessed, and reassessed. still stands and that it was important to take that stand on behalf of the intelligence community and...

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  • Inside the Putin-Netanyahu-Trump deal on Syria
Inside the Putin-Netanyahu-Trump deal on Syria

The coveted invitation to Washington was sure to be seen as a victory by Putin, whose last official visit to the United States was in July 2007, when he spent two days at the Bush family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine. Putin also talked about the Syria deal during his news conference with Trump , although few took note. "We discussed Israel an...

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  • Knife attacker on Germany bus arrested, several injured
Knife attacker on Germany bus arrested, several injured

Several people were injured Friday in an attack by a man wielding a knife on a bus in northern Germany , officials said Friday, although his motive remained unclear. "The attacker is alive and has reportedly been detained by the police", Bild reports; and quoting Police as saying that "there are no fatalities".

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  • Theresa May hit by 'no confidence' letter over Brexit
Theresa May hit by 'no confidence' letter over Brexit

In a letter to voters in his Shipley constituency, obtained by the Yorkshire Post , Mr Davies said that Mrs May's Chequers' plan for Brexit was " unacceptable ". A government spokesman told i: "Former Ministers are expected to leave official residences as quickly as practicable at the end of their tenure, taking into account their personal circu...

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  • Russia sends Syria refugee proposal to US after Putin-Trump agreement
Russia sends Syria refugee proposal to US after Putin-Trump agreement

Moscow is ready to discuss a possible visit by President Vladimir Putin to Washington after a surprise invitation from President Donald Trump , Russia's ambassador to the USA said Friday . Trump and Mr. Putin discussed behind closed doors. "The Fake News Media wants so badly to see a major confrontation with Russian Federation, even a con...

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  • Carr tasked with expanding Canada's trade horizons beyond the USA market
Carr tasked with expanding Canada's trade horizons beyond the USA market

Perhaps the prime minister believes they've been successful to date, despite continuing trade skirmishes with the United States , tax proposals for small businesses from which the government has largely retreated and outstanding issues regarding cannabis regulation and assisted dying .

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  • Terrorists Reported Killed as IDF, Gaza Exchange Fire on Border
Terrorists Reported Killed as IDF, Gaza Exchange Fire on Border

The militant Islamic Hamas that rules Gaza said three of the Palestinians killed were members of the group. The Israeli Defence Force did not name the soldier, but said he had been hit by Palestinian gunfire. Over 135, mostly unarmed, Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since the border protests began on March 30. "IDF troops are on hig...

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  • Syrian government reaches deal with rebels in Nawa
Syrian government reaches deal with rebels in Nawa

The Mazor Ladach field clinic, established by the IDF and worldwide aid organizations in the southern Golan Heights, has provided medical treatment to approximately 6,000 Syrian civilians suffering from various conditions since its opening in August 2017.

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  • 7 injured when tornado hits Iowa factory
7 injured when tornado hits Iowa factory

Julie Owen from Des Moines was visiting her daughter in Marshalltown when the tornado hit. UnityPoint hospital said a tornado damaged a portion of its facility in Marshalltown. Several tornadoes tore through Iowa on Thursday, including one that sent seven people to the hospital, officials said. There were several reports of tornadic activity an...

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  • Donald Trump: 'Nato is much stronger than it was two days ago'
Donald Trump: 'Nato is much stronger than it was two days ago'

The US president was also asked if he would be prepared to recognise Crimea as part of Russian Federation after it was annexed from Ukraine by Moscow in 2014. "There is a great collegial atmosphere in that room, that I don't think they've had for many years". The initiative has raised concerns in Europe, where some see increased weapons sales a...

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  • Indian opposition leader Gandhi startles bitter foe Modi with a hug
Indian opposition leader Gandhi startles bitter foe Modi with a hug

The Lok Sabha will on Friday debate the no-confidence motion against the Narendra Modi-led government, moved by N Chandrababu Naidu-led former ally, the Telegu Desam Party (TDP). However, he stressed there was no personal vendetta against Modi and no aversion towards the party. He asserted that opposition parties will defeat BJP in the 2019 Lok S...

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  • Trump to pay his respect to fallen Secret Service agent
Trump to pay his respect to fallen Secret Service agent

The man, who hasn't been named out of respect and privacy for his family, was one of over 150 United States agents flown into to keep the POTUS safe during his visit to the UK. The Secret Service said in a statement that he had served for 19 years with the agency and was a " dedicated professional of the highest order ".

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  • Israeli fire kills four Palestinians as troops shot at on Gaza border
Israeli fire kills four Palestinians as troops shot at on Gaza border

More air strikes pounded Gaza as darkness fell in what the military described as a "wide-scale attack against Hamas". It added that "Hamas chose to escalate the security situation and will bear the consequences for its actions". Military spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus said Palestinians hurled seven grenades and several explosive devices at tr...

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  • EU's Juncker 'upbeat and relaxed' ahead of Trump trade meeting
EU's Juncker 'upbeat and relaxed' ahead of Trump trade meeting

That summit did lead to an invitation from the White House to Jean-Claude Juncker, the European commission president, to visit Washington. The EU responded by imposing its own import tariffs on €2.8bn worth of U.S. The EU disagrees with Washington over the imposition of levies on aluminum and steel imports from Europe. "We hope that, at some po...

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  • Turkey's emergency rule expires as President Erdogan's powers expand
Turkey's emergency rule expires as President Erdogan's powers expand

President Donald Trump has called for his release and the US Senate passed a bill last month including a measure that prohibits Turkey from buying F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jets because of Brunson's imprisonment and Turkey's purchase of Russia's S-400 air defence system.

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  • Trump and Putin discussed possible referendum in eastern Ukraine
Trump and Putin discussed possible referendum in eastern Ukraine

Putin had signalled after the summit with Trump that he and the US President reached several agreements. But on Thursday Mr Trump said the meeting was a "great success" and he was looking forward to their next meeting. Minutes after Sanders announced Trump's disapproval of Russia's request, the Senate adopted a non-binding resolution that w...

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  • Trump to CNBC: 'Obama Was a Patsy for Russia'
Trump to CNBC: 'Obama Was a Patsy for Russia'

The invitation seemed to surprise Trump's own Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats , who was told about it during a live interview at an event in the U.S. But Mr Trump rejected Mr Putin's offer to allow the U.S. to question 12 Russians accused of interfering in the 2016 election after fierce criticism from Republicans and Democrats.

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  • Trump says he holds Putin responsible for election meddling, defends Helsinki performance
Trump says he holds Putin responsible for election meddling, defends Helsinki performance

During a news conference after Monday's summit, Mr Trump was asked about alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. election. "And I think he's attracted to Putin because I think he looks at those people as strong leaders of countries". She added that it's "our goal" to stop any foreign meddling and that Trump made clear during his meeting with Put...

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