• Greece, Macedonia sign deal to end 27-year name row
Greece, Macedonia sign deal to end 27-year name row

The Macedonian and Greek Foreign Ministers, Nikola Dimitrov and Nikos Kotzias, in the presence of their countries' Prime Ministers, Macedonia's Zoran Zaev and Greece's Alexis Tsipras , signed a historic agreement aimed at ending the long dispute over Macedonia's name on Sunday.

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  • [Breaking] Reports of several injured following shooting in Swedish city of Malmo
[Breaking] Reports of several injured following shooting in Swedish city of Malmo

Police cordon off an area after five people were shot and injured in central Malmo, Sweden. The incident happened in Malmo just after 8pm, according to TT. A brief statement by police added there is no cause for public alarm. Feuds between rival criminal gangs fighting over territory have taken place in major Swedish cities in recent years.

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  • Fans toast Harry, England and Saint George after winning World Cup start
Fans toast Harry, England and Saint George after winning World Cup start

Belgium's creativity and power proved too much for World Cup debutants Panama as the Group G favourites overcame the heroics of goalkeeper Jaime Penedo and a massed defence to run out 3-0 winners on Monday. This Russian World Cup is still in its early stages, but it's turning out to be very, very different to what some had expected. "They hav...

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

CCTV footage posted on social media showed the auto jump a queue of stationary vehicles and accelerate towards pedestrians. Seven were in a satisfactory condition, according to a statement from Moscow city's healthcare department while one woman was seriously hurt.

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  • U.S., South Korea agree to suspend joint military exercise
U.S., South Korea agree to suspend joint military exercise

The Pentagon statement didn't say what decisions would be made on future exercises or how the USA military planned to maintain its readiness and ability to operate effectively with South Korean forces if all major exercises are suspended. The hostility reached fresh heights a year ago amid public threats from Pyongyang that war with Washington ma...

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  • Apple fined $9m for misleading customers
Apple fined $9m for misleading customers

ACCC commissioner Sarah Court said Apple US had admitted at least 275 Australian users had been affected by the error 53 and told they were not eligible for a remedy if the device had been repaired by a non-Apple firm. The "error 53" disabled some iPhones and iPads after consumers updated Apple's iOS operating system. However, the test caused Ap...

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  • Audio of crying children at border adds to outrage
Audio of crying children at border adds to outrage

The Trump admin has talked tough on prosecuting everyone who has crossed illegally, including those who claim to deserve asylum or have small children. He will meet with Republican colleagues on Tuesday to discuss both bills, which the White House has said he would be willing to sign. It was focused on freeing and otherwise helping children w...

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  • Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort arrives in court
Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort arrives in court

A lawyer for the witness told prosecutors that Manafort said, "This is Paul, Paul Manafort ". Prosecutors allege he used encrypted WhatsApp messages and phone calls to witness tamper, and said the contacts were confirmed through a search of Manafort's iCloud account.

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  • Heat advisory in forecast for parts of state for Monday
Heat advisory in forecast for parts of state for Monday

Highs today are expected to climb into the lower 90s, with heat indices in the 94-98 degree range. Combine those highs with dew points and heat index numbers climb into the mid 90s to even triple-digits during peak heating hours. However, a few showers are possible by the afternoon. Parts of the Northeast will also get quite warm, with heat...

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  • Merkel struggles to avoid coalition crisis on migrant policy
Merkel struggles to avoid coalition crisis on migrant policy

But Merkel really is scrambling to hold together her conservative alliance while she pushes other European Union member states to show more solidarity on the issue of distributing refugees. The euro rose off the day's lows on Friday and stocks recouped losses after Germany's Christian Social Union party denied it would dissolve its alliance with Ch...

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  • Trump claims he has 'largely solved' North Korea problem
Trump claims he has 'largely solved' North Korea problem

Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas and a Fox News contributor, said that Americans were able to see the difference in Kim's attitude following the summit. "This will help the North push ahead with denuclearization with confidence and take steps to open up North Korean society to the outside world", the official said.

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  • Putin congratulates Trump on his birthday Russian Federation 14 June 15:04
Putin congratulates Trump on his birthday Russian Federation 14 June 15:04

Noting that he has proposed for the G7 nations to readmit Russia, which was kicked out of the coalition over the illegal taking of Crimea from Ukraine, President Trump said, "I think it's better to have Russia in, than to have Russia out".

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  • Tory MP Sir Christopher Chope blocks bill to make upskirting a crime
Tory MP Sir Christopher Chope blocks bill to make upskirting a crime

Sir Christopher was met with a barrage of criticism and heckled with cries of "shame!" when he shouted an objection during the second reading of the Voyeurism (Offences) Bill . "In order to keep children and young people safe from harm we must teach them at the earliest opportunity to respect each other's privacy, to know their rights, and to unde...

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  • 5 people die in South Texas pursuit crash involving undocumented immigrants
5 people die in South Texas pursuit crash involving undocumented immigrants

The Texas Department of Public Safety said the driver lost control of the SUV and it rolled, causing the deaths and injuries. Thee were 14 people in the vehicle, including the driver and a passenger who were both USA citizens. The other 12 passengers were undocumented immigrants, Boyd said. Six people were taken to a San Antonio hospital, and fou...

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  • Figures show about 2,000 minors separated from families
Figures show about 2,000 minors separated from families

The US government has separated at least 2,000 children from parents at the Mexico border since implementing a policy that results in such family separations, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has confirmed . A DHS official refuted claims agents had separated a breastfeeding mother from her baby. "I would cite you to the Apostle Paul and...

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  • Harvard, Asian-Americans group spar over data in bias case
Harvard, Asian-Americans group spar over data in bias case

The research found that based on academics alone, Asian-Americans should comprise 43% of Harvard classrooms; when considering extracurricular and personal ratings, Asian-American admissions should comprise almost 26% of the school's roster of aspiring scholars and professionals.

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  • Both Trump, critics find things to like in watchdog report
Both Trump, critics find things to like in watchdog report

FBI Director Christoper Wray said "nothing" in the report "impugns" the integrity of the FBI workforce and that while the report found "errors in judgment" and policy violations, it found no evidence of political bias or improper consideration "actually impacting the investigations under review".

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  • Chinese Soybean Tariffs Could Cost A Crucial Presidential State Big
Chinese Soybean Tariffs Could Cost A Crucial Presidential State Big

Us trade representative Robert Jighthizer said the punitive duties will apply on 818 Chinese products valued at $34bn starting July 6, with a second list of $16bn to be considered under a new review process - bringing the total possible affected import volume to $50bn.

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  • Brexit: May Un-Surrenders to Tory Remainers, Faces Parliamentary Rebellion
Brexit: May Un-Surrenders to Tory Remainers, Faces Parliamentary Rebellion

But following the release of the Government's proposals, she said: "I understand the Government has tabled an amendment that has not been agreed by Dominic Grieve". The government's amendment to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill sets out what must happen in the event of three scenarios: If MPs vote down the UK-EU Brexit deal, if Theresa May announces be...

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  • As Manafort Is Jailed, Giuliani Suggests Trump Could Issue Pardons
As Manafort Is Jailed, Giuliani Suggests Trump Could Issue Pardons

More recently, Robert Mueller has, as Politico noted, steamrolled President Trump's campaign against him; Paul Manafort was sent to jail over accusations of witness tampering. "It would completely change the momentum we have right now", he said. "Oh, I see, there was no Russian Collusion, so now they look for obstruction on the no Russia...

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  • Canada Has Agreed With US To Keep NAFTA Alive, No Talks Set
Canada Has Agreed With US To Keep NAFTA Alive, No Talks Set

Amid the spat, Trump pulled out of a joint communique with six other countries last weekend during a Quebec summit meeting of the Group of Seven rich nations and called Trudeau "very dishonest and weak". At the same time, executive communication strategies are shifting. "As premier-designate Ford has said, it really has been a non-partisan effort"....

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  • Illegal-alien kids to be housed in Texas tent city
Illegal-alien kids to be housed in Texas tent city

The site will have 360 beds, according to HHS officials, with the potential to add more. The tent-like structures that comprise the shelter have air conditioning. Though the rooms were originally created to accommodate only four children, a fifth roommate, who spends his nights on a cot, has been added as the shelter takes in more children.

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  • Senate will not 'poke the bear' Trump by passing tariff measure: lawmaker
Senate will not 'poke the bear' Trump by passing tariff measure: lawmaker

Corker, who is retiring at the end of his term, has been working for the past week to get a vote on his amendment that would give Congress the power to reign in the president's ability to impost tariffs on national security grounds, such as those on Canadian steel and aluminum which were announced this month.

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  • Sarah Sanders Incurs a Personal Attack in the Briefing Room
Sarah Sanders Incurs a Personal Attack in the Briefing Room

ACOSTA: That's a cheap shot, Sarah. Sanders , a devout Southern Baptist whose father is both a former Arkansas Governor and an ordainer minister, didn't predict how long she'll stay in the West Wing but said she asks the Almighty for help answering that question.

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  • 2nd Kansas sheriff's deputy dies after shooting
2nd Kansas sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

The suspect was also shot and was being treated at the same hospital. Zeigler said the last he heard, he was in stable condition. "This is a courthouse building, there is video". Wyandotte County sheriff's Maj. Bailiff says it's possible the deputies were overcome with their own weapons. Video from the scene showed the courthouse surrounded b...

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  • Technology comes to France’s aid in 2-1 win over Australia
Technology comes to France’s aid in 2-1 win over Australia

When Antoine Griezmann went down in the penalty area under a challenge from Josh Risdon it was the first time in global football the Video Assistant Referee was used to determine a decision. They're a proud side who play with passion, and I've been told there's 30,000 Peruvians in Moscow. The Socceroos, rank outsiders, outplayed tournament fa...

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  • Pak Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah killed in USA drone strike
Pak Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah killed in USA drone strike

Earlier there were media reports that a United States drone targeted and killed Mullah Fazlullah in the Afghan province of Kunar. US forces had conducted the strike close to the border of Pakistan, targeting the "Emir" of the group, according US Forces-Afghanistan spokesman Lt.

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  • Norwegian Lawmakers Nominate President Trump for 2018 Nobel Peace Prize
Norwegian Lawmakers Nominate President Trump for 2018 Nobel Peace Prize

President Donald Trump was nominated Wednesday for the Nobel Peace Prize by two Norwegian lawmakers for his work seeking denuclearization of North Korea. "Divisive and irresponsible from a presidential hopeful". The Norwegian Nobel Committee's vice-chair, Henrik Syse, wrote in a blog in December, 2016, that: "President-elect Donald Trump ...

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  • Russian MP warns against sex with foreigners during World Cup
Russian MP warns against sex with foreigners during World Cup

The month-long event will see a large number of foreigners visit Russian Federation to watch the competition live. Tamara Pletnyova said in an interview with Govorit Moskva radio station Russian women should abstain from sex with foreigners visiting the country for the tournament.

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  • Merkel under pressure to tighten policy on refugees
Merkel under pressure to tighten policy on refugees

Seehofer this week went over Merkel's head to band together with the right-wing leaders of Italy and Austria to discuss an ominous-sounding " axis of the willing " to stop immigration. The CSU's secretary general Markus Blume said Germans wanted to see the government get immigration under control. Mr Seehofer was a leading critic of Ms Merkel's...

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