• United Kingdom says Assange talks ongoing, but not discussed on Ecuador president’s visit
United Kingdom says Assange talks ongoing, but not discussed on Ecuador president’s visit

Julian Assange will be kicked out of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London - where he has lived in diplomatic isolation since 2012 - "imminently", a source has told The Times of London . Moreno made his comments in Madrid and said the British and Ecuadorean governments were in constant contact about Assange. He said: "I have never supported the inte...

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  • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Report Leaves Families in Dark Four Years On
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Report Leaves Families in Dark Four Years On

Kok Soo Chon, the chief investigator, told reporters that the team of 19 global investigators did not uncover evidence that the pilots or any of the passengers could have been behind the disappearance. "The Cabinet, in its meeting on July 11 with the investigation team, was briefed and has taken note of the findings of the Report", he said in a sta...

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  • CNN reporter barred from White House event
CNN reporter barred from White House event

Trump even asked his supporters to fill out a survey called 'The Mainstream Media Accountability Survey' after winning the United States presidential election. The network calls the decision "retaliatory in nature" and "not indicative of an open and free press". Collins had served as a representative of the television networks during an earlier...

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  • Israeli Navy Hijacks 'Freedom Flotilla' Attempting to Break Gaza Blockade
Israeli Navy Hijacks 'Freedom Flotilla' Attempting to Break Gaza Blockade

Press TV's correspondent Richard Sudan, who is on board the flotilla, said in a video posted online that one of the vessels had dropped out with an unspecified "problem" and that two boats were now making their way toward Gaza. As in previous attempts to breach the blockade, the ships were expected to be stopped at sea by the Israeli navy and taken...

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  • Trump Tweets Cohen Taping 'Perhaps Illegal' but Denies Own Wrongdoing
Trump Tweets Cohen Taping 'Perhaps Illegal' but Denies Own Wrongdoing

In addition to releasing the McDougal tape, Cohen has also claimed Trump had advance notice of Donald Trump Jr .'s meeting with a Russian lawyer in 2016, a notion the president has previously denied. 'There are then an untold number of other tapes. If the Federal Bureau of Investigation could substantiate that Trump Jr. called Trump senior...

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  • India asks four million people to prove their nationality
India asks four million people to prove their nationality

The second and final draft of Assam's National Register of Citizens, which was released amid tight security on Monday, incorporated names of 2.89 crore people out of 3.29 crore applicants. "It is a legal process done under the direct supervision of the Supreme Court ", said Sailesh at a press conference. But the process was postponed to July 3...

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  • Indonesia natural disaster: 10 killed, 12 injured in tourist island near Bali
Indonesia natural disaster: 10 killed, 12 injured in tourist island near Bali

By late afternoon, more than 250 people had reached a relief post in Sembalun village and a team of rescuers has reached hundreds more near the mountain's crater lake, a local military official, Arifianto, told Indonesian TV. Lombok, directly east of Bali, is a popular tourist destination noted for its beaches, surfing, and hiking. "The main focu...

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  • Carr Fire in California claims lives of great-grandmother, two children and firefighters
Carr Fire in California claims lives of great-grandmother, two children and firefighters

The firefighters killed in the blaze included Don Ray Smith, 81, of Pollock Pines, a bulldozer operator who was helping clear vegetation in the path of the wildfire. Those fires had burned almost 100 square miles. According to the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), 17 large-scale fires were burning, with 12,000 firefi...

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  • Polar bear killed after attacking an Arctic cruise ship guard
Polar bear killed after attacking an Arctic cruise ship guard

The German cruise company Hapag Lloyd said a second guard shot the polar bear in an "act of self-defence". "He was flown out, was responsive, and is now undergoing medical treatment", spokeswoman Negar Etminan said of their employee, adding that the victim was not in a life-threatening condition.

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  • Facebook suspends Trump-supporting conspiracy theorist Alex Jones
Facebook suspends Trump-supporting conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

This comes as Jones' live broadcasts on the InfoWars channel were suspended by YouTube on Wednesday. In two other videos he said were removed by YouTube, Jones suggested Muslims who immigrated to Europe were gaining control of countries on that continent.

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  • Email Evidence Reveals Arrest of Stormy Daniels in OH was Pre-Meditated
Email Evidence Reveals Arrest of Stormy Daniels in OH was Pre-Meditated

Daniels filed a separate defamation suit against Trump in NY, alleging the president libeled her by saying she lied about a man she claims threatened her to force her to keep quiet about the alleged affair with Trump. The lawsuit also accuses Mr Cohen of defamation over comments he made about Ms Daniels's truthfulness. She is now locked in a le...

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  • Zimbabwe election: polls open in first vote since Robert Mugabe's removal
Zimbabwe election: polls open in first vote since Robert Mugabe's removal

Mugabe said among the rest of the presidential contenders he knew former deputy Joice Mujuru and former deputy prime minister Thokozani Khupe, having worked with them before. "It was a thorough coup d'etat", Mugabe said of his dethroning, adding it was "utter nonsense" that he wanted his wife as his successor. Elections under Mugabe were marred b...

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  • Colombian gang puts $7,000 bounty on drug dog
Colombian gang puts $7,000 bounty on drug dog

A real-life McGruff is taking a bite out of crime in Colombia , sniffing her way to high-profile drug busts - and now, the cartels have started taking notice. According to a United States government report released in June, coca production- the base ingredient for the drug- rose 11 per cent in 2017, has reached an all-time high.

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  • Zimbabwe's Mugabe says he will not vote for successor Mnangagwa
Zimbabwe's Mugabe says he will not vote for successor Mnangagwa

No!" Mugabe said he was not living freely and people who come to visit him, even his relatives, are harassed. On Sunday, Mugabe said in a rare, rambling address to the media at his compound in Harare that he was illegally removed from power and he criticised Mnangagwa without naming him.

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  • Pressure mounting, former Trump 'fixer' Michael Cohen turns aggressive
Pressure mounting, former Trump 'fixer' Michael Cohen turns aggressive

But the fierce criticism could create a new legal problem for Trump, given that Cohen worked as his lawyer for 11 years. DONALD Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen has claimed the president knew in advance of an infamous pre-election meeting between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer.

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  • 'Resistance continues', says Palestinian teen freed from Israel jail
'Resistance continues', says Palestinian teen freed from Israel jail

Israeli authorities on Sunday released Palestinian teen Ahed al-Tamimi and her mother from prison after an 8-month detention. Under the terms of a plea bargain, Ahed was sentenced to eight months in prison and admitted to aggravated assault of an IDF soldier, incitement to violence and disrupting soldiers on two other occasions.

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  • Momentum turns to USA radical Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for inspiration
Momentum turns to USA radical Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for inspiration

The video is obviously a parody. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez added a Stalinist flavor to Bernie Sanders' and Elizabeth Warren's numerous socialist proposals ("Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won't say if she'd back Nancy Pelosi for speaker", Web, July 22).

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  • Greek Wildfires Claim at Least 74 Lives in Worst Blazes Since 2007
Greek Wildfires Claim at Least 74 Lives in Worst Blazes Since 2007

Mati is in the eastern Rafina region, a popular spot for Greek holiday-makers, particularly pensioners and children at camps, 29 km (18 miles) east of the capital. The coastguard and other ships have rescued nearly 700 people who fled the coast by jumping into the ocean, and pulled survivors and bodies from the sea, the BBC reported .

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  • Judge ahead of family reunifications deadline: Progress 'remarkable' but still 'deeply troubling'
Judge ahead of family reunifications deadline: Progress 'remarkable' but still 'deeply troubling'

The news comes amid reports that U.S. immigration authorities are telling migrant parents to sign voluntary deportation forms in order to see their children. 'I think we need more scrutiny of the classification of parents as inappropriate for release'. It's no excuse to say their underlings were trying as hard as they could to make up for their...

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  • Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after troops attacked
Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after troops attacked

Israel , along with Egypt, has blockaded the Gaza Strip - home to around 2 million people - since Hamas took control and fought three wars with Israel. Jason Greenblatt, President Donald Trump's special envoy to the Middle East, called on Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to condemn the attack.

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  • Rep. Meadows Warns He Could Go Around Speaker Ryan to Impeach Rosenstein
Rep. Meadows Warns He Could Go Around Speaker Ryan to Impeach Rosenstein

Republican leaders, however, have said in recent weeks that they are satisfied with the Justice Department's progress. It was a message to Trump, who has railed against the Mueller probe on a regular basis as the investigation gets closer and closer to him.

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  • Trump delays proposed Putin meeting until 2019
Trump delays proposed Putin meeting until 2019

US President Donald Trump believes Moscow will work hard to sway November congressional elections towards Democrats and not his fellow Republicans, despite US intelligence agencies' conclusion that Russian Federation tried to put Mr Trump in the White House in 2016.

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  • Russian Federation thanks Israel for targeting terrorists, rocket launchers in south Syria
Russian Federation thanks Israel for targeting terrorists, rocket launchers in south Syria

SANA published images of the attack's aftermath in Sweida city, showing the remains of a victim sprawled on a staircase near a damaged wall. As Syria's civil war took increasingly sectarian undertones, pitting the largely Sunni opposition against the predominantly Alawite ruling class, the Druze minority stayed largely on the sidelines.

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  • White House defends decision to bar CNN reporter from event
White House defends decision to bar CNN reporter from event

From reportedly raging that CNN was on the first lady's television set, to refusing to take questions from the network to the White House barring one of its reporters from a press event: the Trump-CNN relationship is toxic. Some of her queries focused on an audio recording of Trump taken by his former lawyer, Michael Cohen , about a tabloid pa...

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  • Zoo Accused Of Painting Donkeys To Look Like Zebras, Denies Charge
Zoo Accused Of Painting Donkeys To Look Like Zebras, Denies Charge

The weird creature was spotted by student Mahmoud A.Sarhani who was visiting the recently opened animal sanctuary at the International Garden municipal park. In 2009, a zoo in Gaza tried to fool the audience when it painted two donkeys to look like zebras. The animals are at Cairo's International Garden municipal park.

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  • Aircraft carrying remains of US Korean War dead arrives in South Korea
Aircraft carrying remains of US Korean War dead arrives in South Korea

While South Korean officials say they are committed to the full denuclearization of North Korea , they have shown more flexibility in the timing of a peace agreement than their US allies. With the return of the remains, the onus shifts onto Trump. Trump claimed last month that the North Koreans had "already sent back, or are in the process...

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  • Family Says Oakland Murder Suspect Mentally Ill
Family Says Oakland Murder Suspect Mentally Ill

That train was stopped at the Pleasant Hill station in Walnut Park, northeast of Oakland. Police on Monday identified John Lee Cowell , 27, who is homeless, as a suspect in the attack, KNTV reported . Rojas says surveillance video also shows Cowell fleeing through a parking lot, where he changed his clothes. The chief says investigators are...

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  • Pence: US will sanction Turkey unless North Carolina pastor freed
Pence: US will sanction Turkey unless North Carolina pastor freed

Brunson, 50, who has lived in Turkey since 1993, was arrested in October 2016. He departed in a convoy of cars. The Senate has also considered bipartisan legislation to restrict loans to Turkey until it releases over a dozen USA citizens it now has in captivity, including Brunson.

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  • Rouhani says Iran should respond to Trump's ‘empty threats’ with action
Rouhani says Iran should respond to Trump's ‘empty threats’ with action

We are the nation of martyrdom, we are the nation of Imam Hossein, you better ask. "You know that this war will destroy all that you possess". "As a soldier, it is my duty to respond to Trump's threats. "You might start the war, but we would be the ones ending it". Armed Forces Chief of Staff Major General Mohammad Bagheri said on Tuesday...

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  • Tini Owens loses Supreme Court divorce fight
Tini Owens loses Supreme Court divorce fight

He claims if their marriage has broken down it is because she has had an affair or is "bored". Mrs Owens, 68, wants a divorce because she says her marriage to Mr Owens, 80, is loveless and has broken down. One judge said she had reached her conclusion with "no enthusiasm whatsoever" but that it was for parliament to decide whether to introduce "n...

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