• Suspected looters arrested, Carr Fire grows to almost 100,000 acres
Suspected looters arrested, Carr Fire grows to almost 100,000 acres

Flames leap above firefighters battling the Carr Fire in Redding, Calif ., July 28, 2018. "Right now, it's going everywhere". The fire was 5 percent contained by Sunday morning, with advances expected before nightfall. A count by The Associated Press found at least 300 of those structures were homes. "With heavy hearts we announce the passing ...

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  • Bear pops out of manhole after Colorado storm drain rescue
Bear pops out of manhole after Colorado storm drain rescue

The bear came out about six minutes later. That means that if wildlife officers has to handle the bear again in the future, they will be required to euthanize it. If it had been handled and tagged, that would have counted as a strike against the bear. Wildlife officers were poised with a shotgun loaded with non-lethal rubber slugs.

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  • Cambodia election: strongman Hun Sen wins again
Cambodia election: strongman Hun Sen wins again

While the crackdown on independent voices has triggered near universal condemnation from observers, Hun Sen's authoritarian tendencies have not detracted the party faithful, who point to Cambodia's meteoric economic growth over Hun Sen's 33-year rule.

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  • MH370 search: Malaysia to hand down final report into missing airline
MH370 search: Malaysia to hand down final report into missing airline

The Malaysia Airlines jet vanished in March 2014 with 239 people - mostly from China - on board, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. However, the long-awaited report - which was initially described as the "final report", although investigators then backtracked from that description - left the hopes of the families dashed after it failed to...

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  • Final draft released; Genuine citizens need not fear, says registrar general Sailesh
Final draft released; Genuine citizens need not fear, says registrar general Sailesh

Both the Central and state governments have extended their support from the very beginning of the NRC publication exercise, he asserted. But the process was postponed to July 30, 2018, the state faced several bottlenecks to handle this massive exercise.

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  • Mattis: US Not Pursuing Regime Change In Iran
Mattis: US Not Pursuing Regime Change In Iran

Mr. Trump has fired the first salvo after Iranian Lawmakers had insulted the USA while burning U.S. flags in the Iranian parliament in protest of the United States withdrawal from the nuclear deal signed by former President Barrack Obama.

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  • Killed Including 2 Children and Their Great-Great Grandmother in California Wildfires
Killed Including 2 Children and Their Great-Great Grandmother in California Wildfires

Flames raging in California's scenic Shasta-Trinity area erupted into a firestorm that jumped across the Sacramento River and swept into the western side of Redding, home to about 90,000 people, forcing residents to flee. President Donald Trump signed a declaration of emergency for California yesterday, authorizing federal emergency aid for res...

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  • Trump knew about Trump Tower meeting with Russians, Cohen source to CNN
Trump knew about Trump Tower meeting with Russians, Cohen source to CNN

CNN , citing unnamed sources with knowledge of the matter, said on Thursday local time, that Cohen was willing to make that assertion to Special Counsel Robert Mueller , who is investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation during the 2016 presidential campaign.

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  • Assange faces expulsion from Ecuador Embassy hideout in UK
Assange faces expulsion from Ecuador Embassy hideout in UK

Moreno also confirmed Ecuador has been engaging in diplomatic talks with the United Kingdom to determine Assange's fate. "The only person I have never spoken to is Mr Assange", he added. Sweden eventually dropped the case but United Kingdom authorities still have an arrest warrant out on him for breaching a bail agreement with them. A Downing Str...

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  • Cops reportedly planned Stormy Daniels' strip club arrest
Cops reportedly planned Stormy Daniels' strip club arrest

The judge said the constitution is "neither a trick nor an illusion" and told Blakely that his request was 'serious business'. During the panel, Avenatti stood up and announced the information to the audience. Cohen is also the focus of another payoff scandal, about paying for the rights to Playboy model Karen McDougal's story about an alleged ...

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  • Trump seeks to revive ‘Arab Nato to confront Iran
Trump seeks to revive ‘Arab Nato to confront Iran

An estimated 4.8 million barrels per day of crude oil and refined petroleum products flowed through this waterway in 2016 toward Europe, the United States, and Asia, according to the U.S. Prior to Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia a year ago, reports said President Trump was expected to lay out his vision for what White House officials called an "Arab ...

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  • Trump denies knowing of 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russians
Trump denies knowing of 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russians

As a prosecutor, Christie said that before he would make a deal with Cohen "there would be a long come-to-Jesus meeting with [him] and with his attorneys about from this moment forward, if you have a deal, keep your mouth shut, because it doesn't help the prosecution to have all this information out there".

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  • Trump threatens U.S. government shutdown over immigration
Trump threatens U.S. government shutdown over immigration

He also urged an end to what he calls the "Catch and Release" approach of letting undocumented arrivals remain in the USA while their applications are being processed. -Mexico border. A federal judge had ordered the reunions to be completed by last Thursday but hundreds of children remain separated. Both Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and McConne...

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  • Polar bear killed after attack on Arctic cruise ship guard in Norway
Polar bear killed after attack on Arctic cruise ship guard in Norway

No details were given on his identity or how the attack happened, but the rescue group tweeted that the polar bear was shot dead. He was assigned to protect tourists who had landed on Svalbard's northernmost island from the MS Bremen , which is operated by Hapag-Lloyd Cruises.

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  • Zimbabwe’s Mugabe emerges, rejects Mnangagwa in election
Zimbabwe’s Mugabe emerges, rejects Mnangagwa in election

During the press conference, Grace Mugabe interjected and shared her opinions, stating that they were told by the treasury that they were entitled to $467 000 pension, which they need probably to fix their house. The latest polls show a close race between 75-year-old Mnangagwa and 40-year-old Chamisa. Nicknamed "the Crocodile" for his guerrilla...

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  • Two Palestinians shot dead by Israeli troops in border protests
Two Palestinians shot dead by Israeli troops in border protests

Four boats that constitute the squadron, left from Scandinavia in mid-May and stopped in some 28 ports along the way, the coalition said. Two boats remained behind after a recent stop in Palermo. Although they expected the interception to happen, those on board noted they sailed "as a symbolic means of drawing global attention to the plight of 1.8 ...

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  • President Trump willing to shut down government over border security
President Trump willing to shut down government over border security

His morning tweet represents a huge gamble. President Donald Trump threatened on July 29 to shut down the government unless Democrats in Congress approved a package of immigration reforms including funding for the border wall. "I think we're going to make sure we keep the government open, but we're going to get better policies on immigration"...

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  • UK Jewish newspapers warn Corbyn poses ‘existential threat’ to British Jewry
UK Jewish newspapers warn Corbyn poses ‘existential threat’ to British Jewry

Labour said it was "committed to tackling and eradicating anti-Semitism in all its forms, in our party and our society" and that it understood the "strong concerns" raised in the editorials. The editorial concludes: With the government in Brexit disarray, there is a clear and present danger that a man with a default blindness to the Jewish commun...

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  • Several dead, injured in New Orleans shooting
Several dead, injured in New Orleans shooting

Details are scarce, but NOPD said the shooting happened sometime after 8:30 p.m.in the 3400 block of South Claiborne in the Central City neighborhood. "This was a large crowd and we know that people saw something, heard something", Harrison said. Police said the four remaining victims were transported in private vehicles.

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  • White House restores missing question to Trump-Putin transcript
White House restores missing question to Trump-Putin transcript

A CNN correspondent was barred from attending an open press event at the White House on Wednesday because of questions she asked President Donald Trump earlier in the day. "Yes, I did. Because he talked about bringing the U.S. -Russia relationship back to normal". He added that the only Russian collusion was by the Democrats.

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