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Looking somber, they exchanged opening remarks in front of the press at the start of the summit in Helsinki . "And we get along in Syria too", he said. "Now you wouldn't think of the European Union, but they're a foe ". The Kremlin said it did not expect much from the meeting but hoped it would be a "first step" to resolving a crisis in ties.
  • Woman rescued week after vehicle plunges off cliff in US

    Woman rescued week after vehicle plunges off cliff in US

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    The search in Monterey County was hampered on some days by heavy fog, which made air searches hard or impossible, the sheriff's department said on Twitter. The Monterey County Sheriff's Office spent Thursday and Friday scouring Highway 1 for Hernandez's white 2011 Jeep Patriot, which was ultimately found on a beach near Nacimiento Fergusson Road.
  • Trump blames Obama ‘foolishness’ for worst EVER relations with Russian Federation

    Trump blames Obama ‘foolishness’ for worst EVER relations with Russian Federation

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    Screenshot via ABCNational security adviser gave his insight on US President Donald Trump's big meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday. Rosenstein said there is no allegation that USA citizens were involved in the alleged crimes described in the indictment. In an interview from Scotland with "CBS Evening News," the president told anchor Jeff Glor that the European Union with its 28 members, many of which are America's longest standing and closest allies, is a foe.
  • Suspect in shooting of 3 Kansas City cops holed up

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    The neighbourhood around East 31st Street and Van Brunt Boulevard swarmed with helicopters, an armored vehicle, tactical teams and police officers as they attempted to capture the suspect on Sunday. Officers with semiautomatic long guns were positioned at each street corner. The Kansas City Star reports that police have killed the suspect in the shooting of three officers.
  • Florida's Fernandina Beach closed after reports of shark attacks

    Florida's Fernandina Beach closed after reports of shark attacks

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    WJXT interviewed the first bite victim , identified as Dustin Theobald of Fernandina Beach, at Baptist Medical Center Nassau, where he was recovering. The beach was immediately closed but reopened on Saturday, with ocean rescue services watching the waters for "dangerous marine life". "The shark has already bitten two people".
  • Thai cave rescue divers given diplomatic immunity

    Thai cave rescue divers given diplomatic immunity

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    One of the miners, Jorge Galleguillos, told Reuters the parents of the cave boys should ensure they have no unaccompanied contact with lawyers or journalists. After they didn't return from their hike, Thai officials launched an extensive search-and-rescue operation involving well over 1,000 people, including specialists drafted from various nations such as Australia, China, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.
  • May reveals Trump told her to 'sue' the EU

    May reveals Trump told her to 'sue' the EU

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    She also rejected suggestions it would prevent the United Kingdom striking free trade deals around the world. The US President said Friday during a joint news conference with May that he had given the Prime Minister a suggestion which she had found too "brutal".
  • Barack Obama arrives in Kogelo

    Barack Obama arrives in Kogelo

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    The talks centred on youth empowerment and the Building of Bridges initiative set up by the two leaders on March 9. Obama arrived a few minutes after 1pm and headed to State House from the airport to meet with President Uhuru Kenyatta , before later meeting Opposition leader Raila Odinga at Kepimsky Hotel.
  • Donald Trump going into Helsinki Putin meeting 'with low expectations'

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    Russian Federation is a foe in certain respects. "China is a foe economically certainly. but that doesn't mean they're bad..." Trump named the European Union first. He reiterated a criticism he made of Germany during a tense North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit in Brussels last week, namely that the country should not have agreed to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project with Russian Federation.
  • 7 endangered rhinos die in Kenya relocation bid

    7 endangered rhinos die in Kenya relocation bid

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    Wildlife officials officials cited "negligence" over the deaths. With a goal of bringing them back, Dean said Kenya aims to increase the number of black rhinos by 2,000. Poachers hunt black rhinos for their horns, which are coveted for traditional Chinese medicinal practices and are displayed as status symbols. Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) translocation team members assist to load a black male rhinoceros into a transport crate as one of three individuals about to be translocated, ...
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    German government has "very high" confidence in EU's Jean-Claude Juncker

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    Juncker was seen stumbling after a photo call during the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels in what the Commission said was an episode of acute leg pain caused by sciatica. But Juncker's spokesman said on Friday that the 63-year-old had been suffering from a bad case of back pain and hit back against reports about the Commission president's supposed alcoholic proclivity.
  • Protests erupt after man fatally shot by Chicago police

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    Truitt was arrested about 10 p.m. Friday after officers identified him as the man who allegedly shot toward them while running from the traffic stop, police said. Protesters march after a man was shot by police in Chicago , Illinois, U.S., July 14, 2018 in this still image taken from a video obtained from social media on July 15, 2018 .
  • Sharif's sentence a warning to all political leaders: Kuldeep Naiyar

    Sharif's sentence a warning to all political leaders: Kuldeep Naiyar

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    Sharif is due to return to Pakistan on Friday to be arrested in a move that he hopes will boost his PML-N party ahead of polls, but Khan dismissed the move as futile. "Why is Lahore under siege?" Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Maryam Nawaz, who was arrested along with her father Nawaz Sharif upon their arrival in Lahore , has said that she is in prison for being the daughter of a fearless man.
  • Trump told me to 'sue the EU' over Brexit: Theresa May

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    President Trump also attacked the London mayor, Sadiq Khan, as protests took place in the capital and permission was given for a "Trump baby" blimp to be flown. However, he later said Ms May was doing a "fantastic job". "The idea that we would park our rights and privileges and freedoms because it may cause offence to a USA president, I think people in London and the United Kingdom would find objectionable as indeed would Americans", he said.
  • Thailand's cave boys to be discharged from hospital on Thursday

    Thailand's cave boys to be discharged from hospital on Thursday

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    Within their quarantined area in Chiang Rai Prachanukroh Hospital, the boys sent out thanks to everyone involved in the rescue operation. The remaining team members waited for news that the rescue had succeeded before returning to training on Thursday evening, July 12, on a field where they are eager to see their friends again soon.
  • Video shows cops using coin flip to decide whether to arrest

    Video shows cops using coin flip to decide whether to arrest

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    Chief Rusty Grant told FOX 5 News prosecutors dropped the charges after the Fulton County Solicitor General's Office learned of the circumstance surrounding the arrest of Webb. The 11Alive Investigators have discovered that Roswell officers recently jailed a woman over a coin flip. We were in court on Monday when Webb's charges were thrown out.
  • Israel unleashes 'hardest blow' against Hamas since 2014

    Israel unleashes 'hardest blow' against Hamas since 2014

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    A spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not respond to a request for comment. "The Hamas terror organization is responsible for the events transpiring in the Gaza Strip and emanating from it and will bear the consequences for its actions against Israeli civilians and Israeli sovereignty", the army said , adding that "the IDF views Hamas' terror activity with great severity and is prepared for a wide variety of scenarios".
  • Israel Under Attack: IDF Pounds Gaza in Heaviest Strikes Since 2014

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    Witnesses say Israeli warplanes dropped four bombs on an empty building near a Hamas police and security compound, reducing the old structure to rubble. But Netanyahu has also come under pressure to act from southern Israeli communities, who have once again found themselves under rocket fire from Gaza in addition to contending with the daily field fires.
  • Donald Trump shares letter from Kim Jong Un, says ‘progress being made!’

    Donald Trump shares letter from Kim Jong Un, says ‘progress being made!’

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    But Trump on Thursday hailed "great progress" after disclosing a July 6 note from Kim in which the North's leader said their efforts could open up a "new future" for the two countries. Ko Yu-hwan, a South Korean analyst at Dongguk University, said the talks may not be exclusively focused on the return of remains, local news network JTBC reported.
  • Trump hits the links at his Scottish golf resort

    Trump hits the links at his Scottish golf resort

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    He described it as "magical" while on the world stage this past week at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels and on a working visit to Britain. "He's attempting to utilise his trip to get beneficial PR". Trump was told before he left for Europe that the Department of Justice planned to indict 12 Russian actors for the hack, but he still sounded positive notes about Putin and attacked the special counsel investigation during Friday's news conference.