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Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press , Trudeau reiterated his appeal to President Trump to remember "there are no two countries that are as interconnected, interdependent". Then he moved to the idea of slicing up NAFTA, a trade treaty that has been the subject of talks with Canada and Mexico since the start of his administration.
  • North Korea 'replaces top three military officials'

    North Korea 'replaces top three military officials'

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    Kim's motivation remains unclear but analysts said the shake-up allows him and the ruling party to tighten control over the Korean People's Army (KPA) at a critical time of worldwide engagement and domestic development. The moves are likely linked in part to Kim Jong Un's drive to have the military take a bigger role in critical infrastructure projects. "Kim Jong Un has chosen a new leadership who reflects his new approach and can more naturally propagate his new policies to bring ...
  • Kim Jong Un sends Trump 'very nice' letter - and it's huge

    Kim Jong Un sends Trump 'very nice' letter - and it's huge

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    That has the US scrambling for answers just over a week before the June 12 meeting, CBS News reported . "I think it's probably going to be a very successful, ultimately a successful process", the U.S. But he warned that North Korea must choose a path "fundamentally different" to the one it had been on for decades, adding that Pyongyang was "contemplating a strategic shift" and that talks to prepare for the leaders' summit were going well.
  • Guatemala volcano eruption: How often does Volcan de Fuego erupt?

    Guatemala volcano eruption: How often does Volcan de Fuego erupt?

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    More than 20 people have been injured. Authorities said at least six people were dead or missing following the eruption. National Disaster Coordinator Sergio Cabanas says an undetermined number of people also are missing following Sunday's eruption of the Volcan del Fuego, which is 44 kilometers (27 miles) from Guatemala City.
  • US defence secretary accuses China of 'intimidation' over militarised Spratly Islands

    US defence secretary accuses China of 'intimidation' over militarised Spratly Islands

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    Mattis acknowledged that China's militarisation of islands was a reality but warned of further consequences. Delegates hoping for clarity on Trump's intentions for a scheduled June 12 summit with North Korean leader Kim did not get much from Mattis, though he said the issue of the permanent deployment of about 28,5000 United States troops in South Korea will not be "on the table".
  • Police officer shoots 'rampaging' man at Berlin Cathedral

    Police officer shoots 'rampaging' man at Berlin Cathedral

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    Police said in a tweet: "Shortly after 4pm (2pm GMT) police shot at a rampaging man at Berlin cathedral". A man was rioting in the cathedral with a knife. One of the two officers responding to the call opened fire, wounding the man, Wenzel said. The suspect and a police officer are hospitalized. News agency Dpa says the officer is in serious condition.
  • Trump to meet with families of victims of Texas shooting

    Trump to meet with families of victims of Texas shooting

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    Students honored those that were killed by holding pictures of their faces while walking across the stage to receive their diplomas. Trump "met with us privately and showed sincerity, compassion, and concern on making our schools safer across the nation", she wrote in a Facebook post after the meeting.
  • Giuliani: Trump team would try to avert subpoena

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    Calling the investigation a "long nightmare with the American people", Giuliani also issued a challenge directly to Mueller's team, telling investigators to "man up" rather than seek to subpoena President Trump . "Pardoning other people is one thing, pardoning yourself is tough". They composed a secret 20-page letter to special counsel Robert Mueller to assert that he can not be forced to testify in the Russian Federation probe.
  • Cyclist armed with MASSIVE knife confronts driver in horrifying clip

    Cyclist armed with MASSIVE knife confronts driver in horrifying clip

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    Apparently enraged at the near miss, the cyclist jumps off his bike and gives chase as the panicked driver, 19, careers into another vehicle, bringing him to a halt. "We were called at around 5 p.m.to London Road, in Croydon, after someone approached a vehicle brandishing a weapon", a police spokesperson told the news outlet.
  • Floridians preparing for upcoming hurricane season

    Floridians preparing for upcoming hurricane season

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    The primary reason for this decrease is anomalous cooling in the tropical Atlantic. Stock up on supplies, including water, non-perishables, and pet food to last a week. "We anticipate a near-average probability for major hurricanes making landfall along the United States coastline and in the Caribbean". Hurricane-vulnerable coastline accounts for 45 percent of USA refining capacity and 51 percent of gas processing.
  • Trump's net worth fell $100 million over the a year ago

    Trump's net worth fell $100 million over the a year ago

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    And the Trump Organization saw revenue jump at their global courses in Ireland and Scotland. Trump's net worth has dropped more than $100 million over the past year, down to $2.8 billion-the lowest since his campaign for president. "The location of a property affects the rents it can achieve", she said in an email to the news service. At the same time, the president's companies paid down $30 million in debt and now carry a minimum of $520 million in debt.
  • Plane carrying 4 crashes off NY, 2 bodies recovered

    Plane carrying 4 crashes off NY, 2 bodies recovered

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    Kevin B. Reed, commander Sector Long Island Sound. It was not immediately clear which of the four passengers had been recovered. After hours of searching, two bodies were pulled from the water Saturday. Bernard "Ben" Krupinski was known as a "builder to the stars" who had built homes for celebrities like Martha Stewart and Billy Joel. The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the cause of the crash.
  • Trump can probably pardon himself, Giuliani says

    Trump can probably pardon himself, Giuliani says

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    Stephanopoulos asked Giuliani if the president has the power to pardon himself , the former mayor of New York City responded that he " probably does". Part of Mr Mueller's investigation is looking at whether Mr Trump sought to criminally obstruct it, in particular with the sacking of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and former FBI director James Comey, and with his reaction to Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal from the investigation.
  • Regional Kathleen Wynne Concedes Defeat News Centre News

    Regional Kathleen Wynne Concedes Defeat News Centre News

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    On the verge of tears, the premier said that the Liberals wouldn't be able to form the government after the election and that she wasn't going to pretend it wasn't hard. Tory leader Doug Ford had little to say about the announcement, noting only that the election is about change and people are fed up. "We believed that it was there for us and it's just not", she said of her decision to concede before the end.
  • German police shoot ‘rampaging’ man near Berlin Cathedral

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    A police officer stands in front of the Berlin Cathedral in Berlin , Germany, Sunday, June 3, 2018. The 19th Century cathedral is located in the centre of Berlin on the historic Museum Island. There was no immediate indication the man's reported actions were linked to terrorism, Berlin police spokesman Winfrid Wenzel said. It's not clear, whether anyone else has been hurt in the incident.
  • Trump lawyers' letter to Mueller challenges subpoena

    Trump lawyers' letter to Mueller challenges subpoena

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    The letter also argues that Mr Trump could not have committed obstruction because he has absolute authority over all federal investigations. The letter is dated January 29 and addressed to Mueller from John Dowd , a Trump lawyer who has since resigned from the legal team.
  • Dancing FBI agent accidentally fires gun, injures Denver nightclub patron

    Dancing FBI agent accidentally fires gun, injures Denver nightclub patron

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    In the video , you can see a gun falling from the agent's waistband holder as he dances and does a backflip. He accidentally fired his gun as he was picking it up from the floor, striking another bar patron in the lower leg, police said. While it initially stopped, it later continued. "No one really knew what was going on". I honestly just wanted to make sure that my friends... The victim was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and his injury was not life-threatening, according to ...
  • Syria's Assad to meet Kim in North Korea - KCNA

    Syria's Assad to meet Kim in North Korea - KCNA

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    Kim Yong Chol , a former North Korean spy chief who has been involved in decades of nuclear talks, is in Washington to hand-deliver a letter to Trump from the North Korean leader, after a day of talks in NY with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo .
  • Isis supporter Husnain Rashid admits plot to kill Prince George

    Isis supporter Husnain Rashid admits plot to kill Prince George

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    Husnain Rashid , of Nelson, has pleaded guilty to engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist attacks and encouraging terrorism nearly two weeks into his trial. Rashid was consulted by terrorists around the globe seeking advice on poisons and explosives, and he was also working on an online magazine to be named The Lone Mujahid .
  • Strikes killed 499 civilians in 2017, says Pentagon

    Strikes killed 499 civilians in 2017, says Pentagon

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    The Wall Street Journal reports that this is the first time the Pentagon is releasing figures for civilian casualties caused by U.S. military ground and air operations around the world under a new requirement passed by Congress. At the time, the White House said such operations killed 64 civilians between 2009 and 2015, a figure that was contested by nongovernmental organizations that track USA drone strikes.
  • China warns USA trade benefits hinge on stopping tariffs

    China warns USA trade benefits hinge on stopping tariffs

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    The third round of trade talks between the world's two largest economies appeared to fall short of bridging the gap between Beijing and Washington, which are at loggerheads over Chinese trade and industrial policy practices that US President Donald Trump says kill American jobs.
  • United States isolated at G-7 meeting as tariffs prompt retaliation

    United States isolated at G-7 meeting as tariffs prompt retaliation

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    After the G7 summit, Canadian finance minister Bill Morneau issued a summary saying the other six members want Mr Trump to hear their message of "concern and disappointment" over the U.S. Trade war fears drove Chinese shares lower on Friday, with the Shanghai Composite Index ending down 0.7 per cent. Canada, the largest supplier of steel to the United States, said it will impose tariffs covering C$16.6 billion (S$17.2 billion) on USA imports, including whiskey, orange juice, steel and ...