• Time magazine puts Trump opposite sobbing child on cover

    Time magazine puts Trump opposite sobbing child on cover

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    After more than 2,000 families were ripped apart, Trump signed an executive order ending the policy on Wednesday. Yanela Denise became an iconic symbol of opposition to the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy , under which adults who cross the border illegally are prosecuted.
  • Second win for British PM in crucial Brexit debate

    Second win for British PM in crucial Brexit debate

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    The vote came on the first of two days of high-stakes debate and votes in the House of Commons on the government's flagship Brexit bill. On Tuesday, parliament will debate a demand for a "meaningful vote" on any agreement May negotiates with Brussels before leaving the bloc next March.
  • Netanyahu’s wife charged with $100,000 food delivery fraud

    Netanyahu’s wife charged with $100,000 food delivery fraud

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    Netanyahu's trial is expected to start after the fall Jewish holidays and the prime minister's wife is not expected to get jail time even if convicted, but it was important to Mandelblit that she be given a criminal record for her actions. "The wife of the prime minister is not the one who ordered the food and the trays, but the former housekeeper Mani Naftali, as he himself admitted in the Herzliya court", the attorneys stated.
  • Brexit: No 10 will not accept 'meaningful vote' amendment

    Brexit: No 10 will not accept 'meaningful vote' amendment

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    In this spirit there were some classic exchanges in the Lords on Monday last night as rebellious peers comfortably pinged the Brexit Bill back into the Commons. Grieve added: "One of the reasons I've supported [the amendment] is precisely to avoid the sort of crisis a government would immediately collapse".
  • NZ PM in hospital to give birth

    NZ PM in hospital to give birth

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    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has given birth to her first child, a girl weighing 3.31 kg (7.3 lb). She plans to take six weeks off work, during which time Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters will cover for her . But she didn't take maternity leave , meaning that first goes to Ardern. In the event of something of "significant political, strategic or public interest, or national security", Ms Ardern would be consulted and involved in major decisions that might be needed.
  • About 2k minors separated from families

    About 2k minors separated from families

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    The department also noted a 37 percent increase from February 2018 to March 2018-the largest month-to-month increase since 2011. Another new policy will make it even more hard to reunite children with their families. "You heard what Mrs. Clinton said ", Ingraham said. Drollinger, leader of the weekly Cabinet Bible study that Sessions sponsors and attends, says the Bible is full of God's design for parents and how they are commanded to bring up their children in the "nurture and ...
  • Spain welcomes migrants from disputed ship

    Spain welcomes migrants from disputed ship

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    Last weekend the Aquarius fell victim to the new political dispensation in Italy - where the far-right Lega is partner in a populist government - when Lega's Matteo Salvini , the freshly installed interior minister, refused to allow the ship to dock in any Italian port.
  • Kim Jong-un visits China after Trump summit

    Kim Jong-un visits China after Trump summit

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    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (L) with US President Donald Trump (R) at the end of the US-DPRK summit at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island on June 12, 2018 in Singapore . "Consistent with President Trump's commitment and in concert with our Republic of Korea ally, the United States military has suspended all planning for this August's defensive "war game" (Freedom Guardian)", the statement said.
  • Trump proposes new tariffs on $200B worth of Chinese goods

    Trump proposes new tariffs on $200B worth of Chinese goods

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    In response, China has threatened what it called "comprehensive measures", raising the risk that it would target operations of major American companies in China. If the U.S. becomes irrational and publishes that new list of tariffs, Beijing will take strong countermeasures to safeguard the interests of China and its people, it said.
  • 3 confirmed dead, dozens injured in western Japan earthquake

    3 confirmed dead, dozens injured in western Japan earthquake

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    Japanese media reported one of the likely victims is a 9-year-old girl found at a school. Bloomberg reported plants across the area were halted as firms assessed the damage. At 13 kilometers (8.1 miles) it was relatively shallow, and caused heavy shaking that registered a lower 6 on the Japanese scale of 7. "Almost all of the dishes fell and shattered on the floor", Kaori Iwakiri, a 50-year-old nurse in Moriguchi - just north of Osaka city - said.
  • Rudy Giuliani, Investigate Mueller's 'almost illegal and unethical probe'

    Rudy Giuliani, Investigate Mueller's 'almost illegal and unethical probe'

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    Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sent to jail last week to await trial on more than 20 charges as part of the special counsel's probe. Dan Donovan. "If Manfort is convicted, will President Trump pardon him?" The Russia probe, Guiliani says, is illegal because of its genesis, and not because of Special Counsel Robert Mueller who, Trump's lawyer claims, should not be investigated.
  • Ramadan: Muslim faithful wait for a sign to celebrate

    Ramadan: Muslim faithful wait for a sign to celebrate

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    The zonal and district Ruet-e-Hilal committees met at their respective headquarters simultaneously. This is the first time in recent history, Muslims in India and Pakistan have started the fasting of Ramadan on the same day. Eid al-Fitr has a particular Salat (Islamic prayer) which is generally offered in an open field or a large hall with congregation in attendance. "On this auspicious occasion as the Muslim Holy month concludes, a spirit of renewal for continued peace is paramount and ...
  • Dead, 12 Immigrants Ejected After Car Chase with Texas Border Patrol

    Dead, 12 Immigrants Ejected After Car Chase with Texas Border Patrol

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    Four people were pronounced dead at the scene near Highway 85 about 100 miles southwest of San Antonio , ABC News reports . He added: 'This is a flawless example of why our borders need to be secure'. He would not confirm if any of the patients had died. Sunday's crash comes amid widespread protests over President Donald Trump's immigration policies that include separating undocumented children from parents caught sneaking them into the country.
  • Trump says U.S. must pursue peace with North Korea ‘at all costs’

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    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had given Kim Jong Un a direct phone number and suggested he might call the North Korean leader on Sunday, following their summit in Singapore this week. Trump's comments come at the end of a week where he has repeatedly praised and expressed admiration for Kim, who he met with in Singapore last weekend.
  • Yemen troops mass in bid to retake key port

    Yemen troops mass in bid to retake key port

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    The attack on Hodeida, however, could derail that effort. Hodeidah, Yemen's biggest port and the only port controlled by the Houthis, serves as the lifeline for the majority of Yemen's population, which lives in Houthi-ruled territory. Early on Wednesday, convoys of vehicles headed towards the rebel-held city as heavy gunfire rang out. The initial battle plan appeared to involve a pincer movement.
  • What was Donald Trump thinking when he saluted a North Korean general?

    What was Donald Trump thinking when he saluted a North Korean general?

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    The historic Singapore meeting focused on "denuclearization" of the Korean peninsula, although it didn't yield a detailed agreement for accomplishing that goal. Trump was later asked by reporters what he meant by the remark. In the joint statement following Tuesday's talks with Trump, Kim agreed to the "complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula".
  • Colorado wildfires displace thousands, prompt national forest closure

    Colorado wildfires displace thousands, prompt national forest closure

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    Much of the U.S. West is experiencing some level of drought and the Four Corners region - where Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado meet - is at the center of a large patch of exceptional drought. This could accelerate the blaze, which has been burning for the last two weeks. It's only 15 percent contained, according to the National Forest Service .
  • India to celebrate Eid on Saturday

    India to celebrate Eid on Saturday

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    Often, the local committees have to collect and submit photos or videos of the moon as verification of the sighting. Eid-al -Fitr will be celebrated in the United Kingdom - England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland - tomorrow, June 15, if the crescent moon will be sighted today.
  • Americans have long hoped for a peaceful denuclearization of North Korea

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    In follow-up talks on the establishment of new relations, the USA and North Korea will likely hold discussions on ending hostilities. During the first press conference after his historic meeting with the North Korean leader, Trump said United States war games in the region would be " provocative " amid talks with Pyongyang and promised to suspend them.