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The hackers stole "massive amounts" of secret data from the Navy contractor - including plans to develop a supersonic anti-ship missile for US subs, American intelligence officials told the Post . security further. Security professionals have long observed Chinese spies conducting cyberattacks against USA defense contractors in order to spy on military capabilities.
  • Stormy Daniels Pulls Out Of Next Week's Windsor Visit

    Stormy Daniels Pulls Out Of Next Week's Windsor Visit

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    Avenatti's remark calling Giuliani a pig was in response to the former NY mayor's comments about Avenatti's client: adult film star Stormy Daniels . It is a case of she said , he said between Rudy Giuliani and Melania Trump and the freaky confusion has many believing that the president might have had an affair with porn Stormy Daniels .
  • United States must stop separating migrant children from parents

    United States must stop separating migrant children from parents

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    The UN human rights office said it was deeply concerned over the zero tolerance policy introduced by the Trump administration to deter illegal immigration. The Trump administration will soon begin fingerprinting parents claiming custody of children who entered the United States illegally without an adult relative, officials said a week ago, prompting criticism that children may be abandoned by those who fear being identified and deported.
  • France plans to ban mobile phones at school

    France plans to ban mobile phones at school

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    President Trump underscored the need to rebalance trade with Europe". "We just go and do things", he added. A short White House readout of the call with Macron said the conversation was focused on trade and immigration. "Frank, yes", the official said. "His preference now - and he asked me to convey this - is to actually negotiate with Mexico and Canada separately", Mr Kudlow said.
  • Pruitt Contacted 'Franchise of Faith' Chick-fil-A for Wife Buy

    Pruitt Contacted 'Franchise of Faith' Chick-fil-A for Wife Buy

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    Greenwalt is an attorney who worked for Pruitt when he was attorney general. Hupp told lawmakers that Pruitt had her conduct numerous personal errands, including inquiring about buying a used mattress . EPA mails obtained by the Sierra Club under the Freedom of Information Act show Sydney Hupp, then Pruitt's scheduler, reaching out to Chick-fil-A executive Dan Cathy on May 18, 2017, for a meeting, at Pruitt's request, she wrote in the email.
  • Bodies of Aberdares plane crash victims to undergo DNA testing

    Bodies of Aberdares plane crash victims to undergo DNA testing

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    All 10 passengers of a small plane, whose wreckage was discovered in central Kenya two days after it went missing , died in the accident, the airline and government said Thursday. Kenya Wildlife Services Assistant Director in charge of Mountain Areas Simon Gitau said that they would concentrate their search in the Kinangop, where the signals were located.
  • DOJ and FBI Offer More Spygate Details to Bipartisan Congressional Leaders

    DOJ and FBI Offer More Spygate Details to Bipartisan Congressional Leaders

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    The Senate Intelligence Committee agreed to provide records in response to a request from the Justice Department , and the Senate on Wednesday passed a resolution allowing it to do so. "This is Russian Federation and what they did and making sure they don't do it again and about us, Congress, the elected representative branch of government, conducting very legitimate oversight over the appointed executive branch of government, and we expect them to comply with all of our oversight requests ...
  • Putin: US would need to offer firm guarantees to NKorea

    Putin: US would need to offer firm guarantees to NKorea

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    With Trump's new metals tariffs, Putin said , Europeans are now finally getting their comeuppance for showing excessive deference to Washington - and getting a taste of the way the United States had long treated Russian Federation. After meeting Putin in Vienna, Van der Bellen said some USA politicians claim that the European Union is too dependent on Russian gas, but overlook the fact that American liquefied gas is much more expensive.
  • Texas man nearly killed after getting bitten by decapitated rattlesnake

    Texas man nearly killed after getting bitten by decapitated rattlesnake

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    There, doctors warned Sutcliffe her husband could die as a result of the massive dose of venom the snake poisoned him with, and used enormous quantities of antivenom to stabilize him. The man immediately began having seizures, internal bleeding and vision loss. He was eventually airlifted to Christus Spohn Shoreline Hospital, she said.
  • Kim 'begged' for summit after Trump cancellation

    Kim 'begged' for summit after Trump cancellation

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    People and vehicles that enter the area will face strict security measures and may be subject to spot checks. Former Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte discusses the upcoming summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un . On Monday, the wealthy city-state had declared a central region that is home to its foreign ministry, the US embassy and several hotels, as a special zone from June 10 to 14.
  • U.S. diplomats evacuated from China amid 'sonic attack' concerns

    U.S. diplomats evacuated from China amid 'sonic attack' concerns

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    The illnesses appear more widespread than the State Department initially reported last month, when it said that one person had "reported subtle and vague , but abnormal, sensations of sound and pressure". A State Department statement this week listed the symptoms as "dizziness, headaches, tinnitus, fatigue, cognitive issues, visual problems, ear complaints and hearing loss, and difficulty sleeping".
  • Utahn charged with attempting to spy for China

    Utahn charged with attempting to spy for China

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    Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, in a statement on Monday. Based in a commercial office in Beijing, Hansen made contact with Chinese intelligence and over several years tried to pitch himself to the DIA and Federal Bureau of Investigation as a double agent who would act ultimately for the USA, the indictment alleged.
  • Trump to host first iftar dinner

    Trump to host first iftar dinner

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    Meanwhile, several American Muslim groups have already said they will not participate in Trump's iftar, announcing to stage protest at the same time outside the White House. On social media, a number of American Muslims even called on other Muslims to boycott the dinner. Instead of hosting a dinner, the White House issued a statement on the Islamic holiday that focused heavily on the threat of terrorism, noting that recent attacks "steel our resolve to defeat the terrorists and their ...
  • OAS passes resolution to call for vote on suspending Venezuela

    OAS passes resolution to call for vote on suspending Venezuela

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    The Organization of American States (OAS) is meeting at its 48-first General assembly to decide wher to suspend Venezuela's membership of institution representing all countries of continent. in imposing increased economic and diplomatic sanctions on his administration. Maduro won a May 20 vote that the Venezuelan opposition, along with the United States and other Latin American nations, have decried as a sham cementing a dictatorship which has devastated a once-prosperous economy.
  • One dead following bus crash in eastern Ontario

    One dead following bus crash in eastern Ontario

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    Runciman said she could not confirm where the bus is from. Aiden Liang, the owner of the Union Tour Express bus company, said the bus left from Ottawa on Monday and was bound for Toronto. "Another patient is being sent to Kingston Health Sciences Centre via Ornge", the hospital said. "What I've been advised is that we have received five of the most critical", McIntyre added.
  • Hong Kong remembers Tiananmen as US calls for accounting

    Hong Kong remembers Tiananmen as US calls for accounting

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    Tens of thousands of people gathered in a downtown park in Hong Kong for an annual public commemoration of the crackdown on a rainy evening. Turnout to the monumental event, which calls for a democratic China and a redress of the massacre, has been falling in recent years from the record 180,000 in 2014 as announced by the organizer, Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China.
  • Emily Weinman Speaks Out Following Controversial Wildwood Beach Arrest

    Emily Weinman Speaks Out Following Controversial Wildwood Beach Arrest

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    The lawyer for Weinman , who appeared with her, says she was originally charged with misdemeanors, but when the video went viral , her charges were upgraded. "After the bystander video came out and started getting attention, that's when they charged her with the aggravated assault", Dicht said. Dicht said once the video began to surface on the internet, that's when Wildwood police charged Weinman with aggravated assault.
  • Melania Trump appears for 1st time in 3 weeks

    Melania Trump appears for 1st time in 3 weeks

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    According to CNN , Trump made a joke about Melania's prolonged absence, saying that the media were speculating the first lady had left him. Friday morning, a reporter shouted a question to the president about a his wife's whereabouts as he prepared to board Marine One to attend the Naval Academy commencement.
  • Pyongyang invites Putin to visit North Korea - agency

    Pyongyang invites Putin to visit North Korea - agency

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    Few details of the agenda for the Trump-Kim meeting have been confirmed. "It is pointing out that the president is the stronger figure", Giuliani told the Associated Press. Sources in Beijing say Kim Chang-son will soon make his way to Pyongyang to report the outcome of the meetings to Kim Jong-un. Syria's President Bashar al-Assad said he meant to visit Pyongyang.
  • 100 firefighters tackle blaze on roof of London’s Mandarin Oriental hotel

    100 firefighters tackle blaze on roof of London’s Mandarin Oriental hotel

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    While the cause of the fire has not been publically confirmed, witnesses described seeing smoke near the site where workers were repairing the 116-year-old building's roof. "We have not treated any patients but we remain at the scene as a precaution", Norton said. Transport for London , which manages the city's public transport system, said an entrance to Knightsbridge Underground station had been closed "at the request of the emergency services".
  • Sportspersons pledge to reduce use of plastic, urge people to save environment

    Sportspersons pledge to reduce use of plastic, urge people to save environment

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    Union environment minister Dr Harsh Vardhan on Tuesday said he would give up single-use plastic as a first step towards ridding India of it by 2022. Plastics can also serve as a magnet for other pollutants, including dioxins, metals and pesticides. He noted that most of the items would take between 500 to 1,000 years to degrade, adding that current researches showed that plastics that had not been burnt or recycled could be in excess of 4.5 billion tons.
  • McConnell Cancels August Recess Over ‘Historic Obstruction by Senate Democrats’

    McConnell Cancels August Recess Over ‘Historic Obstruction by Senate Democrats’

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    Corker and other Republicans are pushing back on Trump's decision late last month to impose steep steel and aluminium tariffs on USA allies, a move that analysts said pushed the United States closer to a trade war. Citing rising health care premiums, Schumer pinned the blame on Trump and Republicans instead of on Democrats for supporting Obamacare. Corker acknowledged that some Republicans are unwilling to cross the president, and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Ky., has ruled out ...
  • At least 7 killed, 20 hurt by erupting volcano in Guatemala

    At least 7 killed, 20 hurt by erupting volcano in Guatemala

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    More than 3,100 villagers have been evacuated while search and rescue efforts continue as the eruption is expected to blight nearly two million people. The fast-moving flows overtook people in homes and streets with temperatures reaching as high as 1,300 degrees Fahrenheit (700 Celsius), and hot ash and volcanic gases that can cause rapid asphyxiation.