• Donald Trump's children 'to accompany president on state visit to Britain'
Donald Trump's children 'to accompany president on state visit to Britain'

The move follows a number of protests against Mr Trump's last visit to the United Kingdom in 2018, which cost police an estimated £18m - of which £7.9m was reimbursed by the Home Office . They will then be taken on a short tour of the Abbey. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will join the Queen, Charles and Camilla for a lavish state banquet a...

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  • Yoga teacher found alive after missing for 2 weeks in Hawaii forest
Yoga teacher found alive after missing for 2 weeks in Hawaii forest

Cantellops posted photos of himself and Eller on his Facebook page to share with the public his joy of having found her, as well as enormous gratitude for those who had been supporting the search. Police found her auto at a parking lot near a hiking trail. "She is just as strong as we always said she would be", Haynes wrote on Facebook . A GoFun...

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  • Coats says spy agencies to cooperate with Barr
Coats says spy agencies to cooperate with Barr

In Thursday's memo Trump ordered the Department of State, Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of Defense, the Attorney General, Secretary of Energy, Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence and the director of the CIA to assist Barr in his review of the activities of the agencies during the FBI's probe into alleged - now debunked - col...

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  • Hundreds Protest Abortion Bans at Utah Capitol Building
Hundreds Protest Abortion Bans at Utah Capitol Building

Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kirsten Gillibrand of NY. "If he wants his war, he will have his war, and he will lose". Several other states have passed laws or are in the process of passing laws to further restrict abortion. Sen. Elizabeth Warren released a plan for the protection of the...

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  • United States charges Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with publishing classified information
United States charges Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with publishing classified information

The Trump Administration's decision to charge Assange for attracting - and then publishing - classified material is expected to provoke blowback on First Amendment grounds. She was jailed once again in March 2019 for refusing to appear before the jury investigating WikiLeaks and testify against Assange. In April, Assange was kicked out of the E...

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  • U.S. sneakerheads will pay more for shoes if Trump’s tariffs pass
U.S. sneakerheads will pay more for shoes if Trump’s tariffs pass

China has retaliated to USA aggression by raising duties on a revised list of $60 billion worth of U.S. products to as high as 25 percent. Over the past 10 years or so, China has developed strong markets in Europe, Australia, Africa, Middle East, and South America, and they will continue to build sales of goods in these regions, while the relation...

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  • Deadly storms hit U.S. Southern Plains, more severe weather coming
Deadly storms hit U.S. Southern Plains, more severe weather coming

National Weather Service meteorologist John Pike in Norman, Oklahoma, said a developing layer of relatively warm air aloft late Monday afternoon and evening over central Oklahoma was capping development of the kind of supercells that spawned tornadoes earlier in the afternoon in western and northern Oklahoma.

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  • United States issues warning to airlines flying over Gulf
United States issues warning to airlines flying over Gulf

On Thursday, Trump met with Swiss President Ueli Maurer at the White House. The United States, in turn, has stepped up its military presence in the Middle East in what White House National Security Adviser John Bolton has called "a clear and unmistakable message to the Iranian regime".

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  • No deal or revoke looming as fourth vote on Brexit nears
No deal or revoke looming as fourth vote on Brexit nears

There were also offers on workers' rights, environmental protection, the Northern Irish border and a customs compromise. May also pledged that the United Kingdom would seek "as close to frictionless trade in goods with the European Union as possible" while outside the single market - while ending free movement.

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  • Iran's Rouhani Rejects Talks With Washington
Iran's Rouhani Rejects Talks With Washington

Over the past several weeks the USA has sent an aircraft carrier and other resources to the Persian Gulf region, and evacuated non-essential personnel from Iraq , amid unspecified threats the administration says are linked to Iran. They are planning to talk with lawmakers after days of suspicions expressed by USA officials that Iran was responsi...

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  • Palestinians shun Bahrain conference proposed by US
Palestinians shun Bahrain conference proposed by US

Instead, a number of senior Palestinian officials said in the aftermath of the White House' announcement, Palestinians will not bow down to "blackmail" from Washington. "The Palestinian people, along with all people in the Middle East, deserve a future with dignity and the opportunity to better their lives". The plan, as described by the official...

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  • Trump Responds to First Republican to Call for Impeachment
Trump Responds to First Republican to Call for Impeachment

The congressman attacked Mr Barr's summary of the Mueller report which Mr Trump claimed was "a complete and total exoneration". " Justin Amash has reached a reached a different conclusion than I have ", the Utah Republican told Jake Tapper on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday.

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  • Department of Transportation Orders Suspension of Flights Between the U.S. and Venezuela
Department of Transportation Orders Suspension of Flights Between the U.S. and Venezuela

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro tacitly pointed to bilateral talks in Oslo in his televised remarks on Wednesday, saying that Rodriguez was "completing a very important mission overseas", without giving more details. Since January, Venezuela has been caught in a power struggle. "You negotiate because you have to", said Geoff Ramsey, a V...

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  • Policemen Killed In 'Friendly Fire' Airstrike In Helmand
Policemen Killed In 'Friendly Fire' Airstrike In Helmand

Helmand's Governor Mohammad Yasin said the air strike is being investigated. A spokesman for the US military advisory mission here, Lt. Col. Dave Butler, said in a statement that Afghan security officials requested "precision air support" during heavy fighting and that USA military personnel had worked with Afghan coordinators.

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  • US Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Canada this month
US Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Canada this month

The two nations also vowed to take measures to prevent the imports of steel and aluminium that is " unfairly subsidized " or " sold at dumped prices " as well as prevent the "transshipment of steel and aluminum" produced in third countries to one another.

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  • Palestinians mark anniversary of mass displacement
Palestinians mark anniversary of mass displacement

Thousands of Palestinians participated in mass rallies in Gaza and the West Bank on Wednesday to commemorate " Nakba Day", marking the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. Despite the peaceful nature of the protests, the Israeli regime forces attacked the Palestinians and injured 65 people, including several aid workers, according to ...

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  • Alabama Senate votes to make abortion illegal
Alabama Senate votes to make abortion illegal

There is an exception for when a women's health is at serious risk. In countries with the most extreme abortion laws , doctors will even withhold lifesaving care to pregnant patients, such as chemotherapy, for fear they might break the law.

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  • North Korea fires 'unidentified projectile', says South
North Korea fires 'unidentified projectile', says South

The JCS didn't elaborate on what type of missiles they were. President Trump says he takes this latest provocation "very seriously". "North Korea seemed to be discontented it could not reach a deal in Hanoi", he told South Korean broadcaster KBS, while adding that he saw the tests as a sign that North Korea wanted to negotiate and that he p...

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  • Donald Trump
Donald Trump "Very Surprised" After Son Called To Testify In Russia Probe

Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) is fully prepared to jail President Donald Trump's son Don Jr. Donald Trump, Jr . attends the 139th White House Easter Egg Roll at The White House on April 17, 2017 in Washington , DC. But Burr, not generally thought of the sharpest knife in the Senate's GOP drawer, apparently chose to give the Democrats, includ...

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  • United Kingdom opposition campaigns, govt lies low, in European Union election
United Kingdom opposition campaigns, govt lies low, in European Union election

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May is still hoping for a divorce deal by June 30. In March, May promised that after taking Britain out of the European Union , she would let another leader negotiate future bilateral ties with the bloc.

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