• Spain saves 933 migrants in two days, waits for another 630
Spain saves 933 migrants in two days, waits for another 630

At least 100 minors and 7 pregnant women are among the group. The Aquarius charity-run rescue ship arrived in the Spanish port of Valencia on Sunday, a week after Italy refused to let it dock with 629 migrants on board. "Spain will act with sensitivity and at the same time within the law, and with a message to Europe that it doesn't have an...

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  • Macron hosts Italian PM Conte after trading barbs over migrants
Macron hosts Italian PM Conte after trading barbs over migrants

We expect an apology if he apologizes, then you can start a dialogue with a white sheet. Children as young as 12 and other vulnerable migrants have physically abused, detained and forcibly returned to Italy by French border guards in breach of global norms, Oxfam said on Friday.

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  • Two killed, several injured after Malmö shooting
Two killed, several injured after Malmö shooting

Police in Malmo said two of the men - aged 18 and 29 - died overnight. Image: Police are at the scene of the shooting. The incident happened in Malmo just after 8pm, according to TT. "We are treating this as an isolated event that is confined to these injured persons", she added. "Things move fast when criminal networks start shooting each ot...

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  • Five-a-side fun for England fans in baking hot Volgograd
Five-a-side fun for England fans in baking hot Volgograd

Several players were sprayed by staff just before kick-off, but that did not appear to be enough either. Maguire, who started his career at Sheffield United and had a spell at Hull City, will hope to retain his place in England's second Group G fixture against Panama on Sunday.

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  • North, South Korea agree to joint sports events
North, South Korea agree to joint sports events

South Korea's key advantage is that it falls under the protection of its US ally, with a 28,500-strong military force permanently based in the country. It applies exclusively to the August exercise Ulchi-Freedom Guardian, in which about 17,500 USA troops gathered with South Korean counterparts a year ago in an exercise that focused heavily on comp...

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  • Homeland Security chief denies policy separates families at border
Homeland Security chief denies policy separates families at border

Trump hates to see children separated from their families and hopes both sides of the aisle can finally come together to achieve successful immigration reform", communications director, Stephanie Grisham , explained to CNN . The separation of children then, Goodlatte said, was an "ancillary" problem caused by trying to follow the law. "It is imm...

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  • Immigrant parents get pamphlet before being separated from children
Immigrant parents get pamphlet before being separated from children

Nearly 2,000 children have reportedly been separated from their families at the border over six weeks under the policy. Critics of USA government policy which separates children their parents when they cross the border illegally from Mexico protest during a "Families Belong Together March", in downtown Los Angeles on June 14.

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  • Strong quake hits Osaka
Strong quake hits Osaka

A 9-year-old girl and two men in their 80s have been killed by a strong natural disaster in the western Japan metropolis of Osaka. The strongest shaking unfolded in an area north of Osaka city, the agency said. There is no danger of a tsunami due to this quake, the agency said. Water flows out from cracks in a road damaged by an quake in Takats...

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  • Comic Eurydice Dixon mourned in Australia at park where rape, murder occurred
Comic Eurydice Dixon mourned in Australia at park where rape, murder occurred

Dixon posted a Facebook message just before she was attacked. Our comedy community is like a family & this news is beyond heart breaking. "It is to pay respect to Eurydice without a doubt - and to be mindful that our experience is nothing in comparison to what her family is going through".

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  • German government teetering on collapse over Chancellor Angela Merkel’s immigration policies
German government teetering on collapse over Chancellor Angela Merkel’s immigration policies

On Saturday, Mrs Merkel said securing the agreement of all EU members over migrants is "in my view one of the most decisive issues for European unity". BAMF, which processes asylum applications for the federal Interior Ministry, has been at the center of a scandal after it emerged that its office in the northwestern city of Bremen had improperly ap...

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  • 5 killed in SUV crash during chase in Texas
5 killed in SUV crash during chase in Texas

During a press conference, Boy said 14 people were in the vehicle, including the driver and passenger. The Texas Department of Public Safety said it was investigating the crash, which occurred at 11:18 a.m. The sheriff said he didn't know where the immigrants were from. Boyd said the driver of the Suburban was also injured and was flown to a Sa...

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  • Assad says Iran's presence in Syria is not negotiable
Assad says Iran's presence in Syria is not negotiable

He also clarified that there are no Iranian military bases in Syria. "Since Iran is an ally of Syria, like Russian Federation, there is no obstacle to the existence of such (Iranian) military bases (in Syria)", the Syrian president said. It is suspected of carrying out numerous raids on Syrian regime and Iranian militia positions over the years. ...

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  • Bannon Says Trump Doesn't Have to `Justify' Border Separations
Bannon Says Trump Doesn't Have to `Justify' Border Separations

She also called for the administration to immediately stop separating children from parents who enter the country seeking asylum at legal crossings, unless they are being abused or trafficked. The former Breitbart News executive chairman said the president is simply enforcing the law in response to critics who say it is immoral to separate famili...

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  • Moscow police investigate taxi crash that injured eight
Moscow police investigate taxi crash that injured eight

Colourful crowds of fans from the 32 participating nations have been congregating by Red Square to snap pictures of the Kremlin for the past week. The police released a video of an interrogation session with a man the Moscow force identified as the taxi driver.

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  • Strong natural disaster hits Osaka in western Japan
Strong natural disaster hits Osaka in western Japan

Japanese authorities don't confirm death until after an examination at a hospital. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the quake had an epicenter in the northern region in the prefecture and occurred at a depth of about 10 kilometers.

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  • Black religious leaders criticize Sessions' use of scripture
Black religious leaders criticize Sessions' use of scripture

The state should separate families only in the rarest of instances.[We] urge law enforcement entities to exercise discretion to protect the unity of families. Elite evangelicals have often spoken out in favor of comprehensive immigration reform, a politically elusive fix to the current broken system, but not in recent memory have they joined the de...

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  • Judge sends President's aide to jail
Judge sends President's aide to jail

Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort arrives for arraignment on a third superseding indictment against him by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on charges of witness tampering, at U.S. While speaking to reporters earlier on Friday, Trump tried to distance himself from Manafort while making it clear that he believes the charges are unf...

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  • One suspect dead, twenty injured in Trenton shooting
One suspect dead, twenty injured in Trenton shooting

Another suspects, Amir Armstrong, was arrested and is facing a weapons charge. "It absolutely could have been worse", Mr Onofri said. He said a "neighborhood beef" is behind the shooting . Of those injured, 16 people suffered gunshot wound. "I saw two punches and then heard several gunshots", Franco Roberts said. "It was pretty gnarly", Nicolo...

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  • Merkel ally: Bavarian governor acting like 'bonsai Trump'
Merkel ally: Bavarian governor acting like 'bonsai Trump'

About 1.4 million entered the country in the wake of her decision and while the flow has slowed, around 10,000 continue to stream in each month. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and interior Minister of Germany , Horst Seehofer could not agree on migration policy before an important meeting of the Prime Ministers of all Federal States.

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  • Giuliani: Mueller probe 'might get cleaned up' with 'presidential pardons'
Giuliani: Mueller probe 'might get cleaned up' with 'presidential pardons'

The internal report reviewed one of the most controversial chapters of the 2016 election battle between Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton . Giuliani did say President Trump does retain "pardon power", though, to which CNNhost Jake Tapper asked if that was a way to overtly signal to those involved they do not have to cooperate with Mueller's invest...

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