• Russian woman charged with conspiracy against the United States
Russian woman charged with conspiracy against the United States

Sen. He said she was cooperating with U.S. authorities and had previously appeared voluntarily behind closed doors for eight hours before the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. The Washington Post reported that her attorney had said that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had searched Butina's residence. There is no evidence that Tor...

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  • Journalist bravely confronts Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin
Journalist bravely confronts Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin

Mr Steele, a former intelligence agent with MI6, compiled a dossier on Mr Trump's links to Russian Federation, after initially being hired by Republicans who wanted to block Mr Trump from becoming the party's presidential candidate. Wallace's one-on-one interview with Putin was recorded immediately following the Helsinki summit and aired during...

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  • 'Sue The EU!' - Donald Trump's Brexit Advice To Theresa May Revealed
'Sue The EU!' - Donald Trump's Brexit Advice To Theresa May Revealed

Mrs May revealed the U.S. president's advice on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday. However, Mrs May continued to insist a deal was possible during a press conference with the President the next day - when he suggested she could take a different approach to negotiations with the EU.

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  • Trump Says 'No Reason To Believe' Russia Hacked US Election
Trump Says 'No Reason To Believe' Russia Hacked US Election

He added: "There are quite a few of them for us to pay attention to". The two leaders began their highly anticipated meeting with a 90-minute one-on-one session, with only their respective translators in attendance. Trump has shifted away from his predecessor Barack Obama's policy of demanding the ouster of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, a posi...

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  • British PM: Trump 'told me to sue the EU'
British PM: Trump 'told me to sue the EU'

Theresa May and Donald Trump entered a news conference on Friday holding hands and went out of their way to praise one another's leadership, a day after the US president assailed her Brexit strategy and said one of her political opponents would make a good prime minister.

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  • Protests erupt after man fatally shot by Chicago police
Protests erupt after man fatally shot by Chicago police

At least four people were arrested and several officers were injured, police said . Following the shooting , which took place around 5:30 p.m. During the protest that followed the shooting, officers pulled people to the ground and struck them with batons.

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  • US will not push for 'deliverables' at Russian Federation summit: Bolton
US will not push for 'deliverables' at Russian Federation summit: Bolton

Donald Trump has rattled allies once more by labelling the European Union a "foe". "But, in a trade sense, they've really taken advantage of us, and many of those countries are in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and they weren't paying their bills", Trump said.

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  • Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her to Sue the EU
Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her to Sue the EU

President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May hold hands at the conclusion of their joint news conference at Chequers, in Buckinghamshire, England, Friday, July 13, 2018. The visit prompted anti-Trump rallies, and the president stunned the populace with bruising criticism directed at May published in a British newspaper.

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  • Rescued Thai boys pay respects to fallen diver
Rescued Thai boys pay respects to fallen diver

The boys, ages 11 to 16, wrote messages of thanks and promised to be "good guys" on a portrait of Kunan. A nail-biting three-day mission to rescue the boys in groups ended successfully on July 10. The health ministry said the overall condition for the players and coach was "normal", though many are still on a course of antibiotics after spend...

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  • Russian Federation says USA indictment over election meddling is groundless
Russian Federation says USA indictment over election meddling is groundless

Officers of Russia's military intelligence agency, the GRU, covertly monitored computers of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign and Democratic campaign committees, and stole large amounts of data, the indictment said. voters. At one point the hackers even wrote to an organization that appears to be Wikileaks to coordinate rel...

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  • Trump brands Russian Federation a 'foe' ahead of Putin summit
Trump brands Russian Federation a 'foe' ahead of Putin summit

On Friday, a federal grand jury charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with hacking Democratic computer networks in 2016, increasing pressure on Trump to raise the matter with Putin. The meeting with Putin is the final agenda item in Trump's busy week, which kicked off in Brussels on July 11 with the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit.

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  • Indictment says Kremlin behind U.S. election hacks - 7/13/2018 8:05:36 PM
Indictment says Kremlin behind U.S. election hacks - 7/13/2018 8:05:36 PM

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders held an unplanned emergency meeting at a Brussels summit Thursday after Trump told allies to immediately increase their defense spending, diplomatic sources said. The Kremlin said no joint summit statement was planned but the presidents would give a news conference after their meeting. "The state of bila...

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  • Jaguar escapes enclosure, goes on animal killing spree
Jaguar escapes enclosure, goes on animal killing spree

The animal will not be euthanized, officials said. "We take this situation very seriously, and are working to investigate everything that happened so that we can prevent anything like this from happening again". "The safety of our guests and our staff and our animals are our No. 1 priority", Burks said. No humans were injured. His care staff descri...

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  • Mueller probe indicts 12 Russians for hacking Democrats in 2016
Mueller probe indicts 12 Russians for hacking Democrats in 2016

The indictment , part of the Russian Federation investigation headed by the special counsel Robert Mueller , describes the details of the transaction. According to the indictment, Russian agents Aleksandra Yuryevna Krylova and Anna Vladislavovna Bogacheva used fake names to travel in and around the United States in June 2014 to gather intellige...

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  • 13 rescued from Thai cave to be released next week
13 rescued from Thai cave to be released next week

Piyasakol Sakolsattayatorn, who led the news conference at Chiang Rai Prachanukroh Hospital. All 12 of the boys and their 25-year-old soccer coach were brought to safety over the course of a three-day rescue organised by Thai navy SEALs and an worldwide team of diving and caving experts, including 11 from Britain, that ended on Tuesday.

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  • Minnesota Man Joe Czeck Arrested After Unsecured Boulder Kills 2
Minnesota Man Joe Czeck Arrested After Unsecured Boulder Kills 2

Czeck, on Wednesday. It took four fireman just to roll the boulder, the same rock that police said came flying off Czeck's dump truck on Monday. Czeck remained in custody Thursday and has declined to give a statement to police, Scott said.

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  • Khamenei Adviser: Iran Coordinates Military Presence in Syria With Russia
Khamenei Adviser: Iran Coordinates Military Presence in Syria With Russia

The meeting, which Velayati said was "very constructive", took place as looming United States sanctions against Iran are expected to hit the country's oil sector heavily, causing supply shortages on the oil markets in the fourth quarter. interests". Iran sees its presence in Syria as leverage in the regional battle for influence with Israel and...

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  • Trump criticizes British PM Theresa May over Brexit deal
Trump criticizes British PM Theresa May over Brexit deal

British politicians rounded on Trump for his intervention, with one minister asking "Where are your manners, Mr President?" and the opposition Labour party calling him "extraordinarily rude". White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders later told reporters Trump was "thankful for the wonderful welcome" he received in Britain. Trump is scheduled to lea...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok denies bias at hearing full of fireworks
Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok denies bias at hearing full of fireworks

He was removed from special counsel Robert Mueller's team following the discovery of the derogatory text messages previous year, exchanged with an Federal Bureau of Investigation lawyer he was having an affair with. "I never thought literally it should be given to Agent Strzok", Rep. Steve Cohen of Tennessee told CNN's Ana Cabrera. Democra...

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  • BAP leader Siraj Raisani among 33 killed in Mastung blast
BAP leader Siraj Raisani among 33 killed in Mastung blast

Mr Khan, who hopes to become the next prime minister, condemned Friday's attack against his opponent, Mr Durrani. Police had earlier said that the attack targeted Raisani's convoy but later changed their statement as video footage of a large tent showing damage from the blast was circulated.

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  • 10,000 protest Trump in Edinburgh; UK police seek paraglider
10,000 protest Trump in Edinburgh; UK police seek paraglider

After three days of anti-Trump demonstrations , the US President has finally seen some protesters in the UK. While he would have expected his staff at the golf resort to cheer him on now that he was visiting his property for the first time since becoming president, he was in for a surprise when a flying Greenpeace activist flew over the skies ...

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  • Roger Stone says he's
Roger Stone says he's "probably" the unnamed person in Russian hacking indictment

Mueller's team claimed the Russians posed as Guccifer and "communicated with USA persons about the release of stolen documents", though Stone is not named in the 29-page indictment . Still, Rosenstein said there's now no allegation that any American committed a crime. WikiLeaks posted the first trove of 20,000 DNC emails on July 22, 2016.

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  • Trump scuppers trade deal with United Kingdom under May's Brexit
Trump scuppers trade deal with United Kingdom under May's Brexit

As Trump is expected to discuss a possible post-Brexit trade deal and other global issues with May, organizers of Friday's demonstrations say there is no shortage of issues that will inspire mass numbers of people to attend. Ms May also glossed over the comments. But for many British diplomats, Brexit marks the collapse of a 70-year British s...

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  • Georgia cops caught on bodycam ‘flipping coin to decide arrest’
Georgia cops caught on bodycam ‘flipping coin to decide arrest’

Police officers in Georgia apparently relied on the same trick when it came to deciding whether or not to detain a motorist they've stopped. CNN has reached out to Wilson but has not received a reply. When Sarah faced court this week, the prosecutor revealed she had seen the video and told her she would not prosecute the case. 'It makes me so u...

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  • Democrats - and John McCain
Democrats - and John McCain

Trump earlier tweeted: "I have arrived in Scotland and will be at Trump Turnberry for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf - my primary form of exercise!" "The weather is attractive, and this place is incredible!" John Kerry says he's never seen a president say "anything as odd or counterproductive" as President Donald Trump's ...

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  • See the homemade protest placards held aloft as Trump visits the UK
See the homemade protest placards held aloft as Trump visits the UK

His visit has sparked opposition since May invited the president to a prestigious state visit when she became the first world leader to meet Trump at the White House following his inauguration. "Prime Minister as I just said she's going to make a decision as to what she's going to do", he said. I think she is a nice person. A spokeswoman fo...

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  • US, South Korea hold ceremony to return home war remains:The Asahi Shimbun
US, South Korea hold ceremony to return home war remains:The Asahi Shimbun

The North Koreans gave no reason for the postponement but offered to meet on July 15th, Nauert told reporters on Pompeo's plane returning to Washington from the NATO summit, according to an Associated Press report . The letter, which Trump referred to as a "very nice note" in a tweet, highlights Jong Un's intention to honour the agreement si...

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  • Senate approves symbolic resolution for bigger role in tariff decisions
Senate approves symbolic resolution for bigger role in tariff decisions

Lawmakers blasted witness Manisha Singh, assistant secretary of state for business and economic affairs, for what they say is the administration's failure to spell out a trade strategy and what they called unwarranted attacks on USA allies.

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  • China's trade grows in June amid tensions with Washington
China's trade grows in June amid tensions with Washington

The June figures may have received a boost from USA and Chinese traders who rushed to fill orders for soybeans, ball bearings and other goods in both directions before threatened tariff hikes took effect. China's commerce ministry confirmed last month that Chinese exporters were front-loading shipments to the United States to get ahead of expected ...

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  • Latest Round of Proposed Chinese Tariffs Includes Flooring
Latest Round of Proposed Chinese Tariffs Includes Flooring

US officials on Tuesday issued a list of thousands of Chinese imports that the Trump administration wants to target with new tariffs, including hundreds of food products, as well as tobacco, chemicals, coal, steel and aluminum. "China's closest neighbours, namely Japan, Korea and Hong Kong, are most vulnerable to a US-Sino trade war because...

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