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But he told CBS that he was going into it with " low expectations ". However, as National Security Advisor John Bolton pointed out on Fox News Sunday, Russia does not have an extradition treaty with the US and has refused to hand over its citizens to European nations in past legal cases.
  • Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister

    Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister

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    On Tuesday, they vote on the Trade Bill - the one May's government is most anxious about. It gives the government the power to build new trade relationships around the world after the United Kingdom leaves the EU, and MPs who support staying in the EU's customs union are seeking to change its wording.
  • Theresa May Narrowly Avoids Defeat In UK Parliament On Trade Laws

    Theresa May Narrowly Avoids Defeat In UK Parliament On Trade Laws

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    May said Monday that her plan honors the wishes of British voters - who in June 2016 backed Brexit in a 52 percent to 48 percent vote - while also protecting industry and security. The document affirmed that London was to withdraw from the EU's Single Market and Customs Union, ending the free movement and the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the United Kingdom.
  • DNI Coats Backs US Assessment of Russian Election Meddling

    DNI Coats Backs US Assessment of Russian Election Meddling

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    President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin shake hands at their summit in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday. The president's press conference today was an embarrassment. Trump responded , "I have great confidence in my intelligence people, but I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today".
  • 'Eternal happiness' as France celebrates World Cup victory

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    French World Cup winning footballers have been sharing their own footage on social media of their open top bus victory parade in Paris. Mbappe, who received FIFA's Best Young Player award, earned almost $1.8 million monthly while playing for Paris Saint-Germain last season and is expected to earn much more in the seasons to come.
  • Trump faces bipartisan rebuke over 'treasonous' summit with Putin

    Trump faces bipartisan rebuke over 'treasonous' summit with Putin

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    In his latest Closer Look segment (embedded above), Late Night host Meyers first focused on some other "disastrous" moments from Trump's trip overseas, including his decision to walk in front of Queen Elizabeth II (a royal faux pas) at an event in the United Kingdom, and his incoherent answers to journalists' questions about Brexit.
  • Syrian army says it captures strategic hill overlooking Israeli border

    Syrian army says it captures strategic hill overlooking Israeli border

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    Israel has been on high alert in recent days as Syrian government forces advance against foreign-backed terrorists near the Golan Heights. "Bombardments have also hit areas in [neighbouring] Daraa province", he said. The Observatory said an estimated 1,400 people were expected to be evacuated in a single group on Sunday. A string of towns and villages in Deraa province have accepted surrender deals, opposition sources in touch with rebel negotiators said, leaving only two main towns under ...
  • UK Prime Minister in Brexit turmoil with Parliament majority slashed

    UK Prime Minister in Brexit turmoil with Parliament majority slashed

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    MP after MP then clashed on the Tory benches during the debate on the Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Bill. The EU has been urging since last December for the United Kingdom to agree to a so-called "backstop solution" on Ireland that would see Northern Ireland retain parts of the customs union and the single market necessary to keep the border invisible until a more permanent solution is found.
  • Vladimir Putin Again Insists He Has No Compromising Information on President Trump

    Vladimir Putin Again Insists He Has No Compromising Information on President Trump

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    With Trump coming under serious fire for his press conference with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki yesterday, Arnie took to Twitter yesterday to rant about the POTUS and his perceived weakness when faced with Putin. Both RT and Sputnik are funded by the Russian government and have denied Macron's accusations. "The President of the United States today publicly sided with Russian Federation over our own Federal Bureau of Investigation on the subject of cyberattacks on our election campaign".
  • Girl, 7, Killed Trying to Get Help After Dad Crashes Car

    Girl, 7, Killed Trying to Get Help After Dad Crashes Car

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    Investigators say after the crash, Thomas mistakenly thought her father was dead, so she grabbed her backpack from the back seat, climbed out of the auto , scaled a fence and went to call for help, but was run over by another vehicle while crossing the freeway, reported The Detroit News .
  • Donald Trump says ahead of summit with Russian president

    Donald Trump says ahead of summit with Russian president

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    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. "Nothing bad is going to come out of it, and maybe some good will come out", he said . Donald Trump named the European Union as a foe to the United States.
  • Putin says he expressed disagreement with Trump’s position on Crimea in Helsinki

    Putin says he expressed disagreement with Trump’s position on Crimea in Helsinki

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    Trump was also widely criticized on Monday for a tweet he sent before meeting with Putin in which he said the poor state of US-Russia relations was due to US "foolishness." . Trump reiterated his position that the probe into whether his presidential campaign colluded with the alleged Russian interference was politically motivated and represented a "disaster for our country".
  • Tesla shares fall after Elon Musk calls Thai cave rescuer ‘pedo guy’

    Tesla shares fall after Elon Musk calls Thai cave rescuer ‘pedo guy’

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    He's used the social network to promote his companies, spar with short sellers who are betting against Tesla shares and needle journalists who question the businesses' prospects. The cave expert, who provided mapping knowledge to rescuers, said yesterday that he was considering whether to take legal action against Mr Musk. Musk's outburst came just a week after he said in a Bloomberg interview that he would try to be less combative on Twitter.
  • Kim slams local North Koreans for unfinished power plant

    Kim slams local North Koreans for unfinished power plant

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    After entering disarmament talks with the United States earlier this year, Kim met in June with President Donald Trump and agreed to commit to "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula". After his summit with Kim last month, Trump offered a friendly assessment of the North Korean leader and declared that Pyongyang no longer posed a nuclear threat to the U.S.
  • Expert analysis of the Trump-Putin meeting

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    Not only did Trump fail to call out the Russian strongman for his many crimes - he also attacked the Federal Bureau of Investigation and accepted Putin's assurances that Russia was not responsible for interfering in the USA election even though the U.S.
  • More storms with heavy rain possible into Wednesday

    More storms with heavy rain possible into Wednesday

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    Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible Wednesday through Friday . Heavy rain and localized flooding remain the primary concerns. Heavy, though widely scattered, thunderstorms on Tuesday , accompanied by gusty winds, will usher in a cooler, more comfortable weather pattern.
  • States brace for abortion fights after Kavanaugh nomination

    States brace for abortion fights after Kavanaugh nomination

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    I don't have confidence that Judge Kavanaugh would be that justice", Baldwin added. "The majority's decision represents a radical extension of the Supreme Court's abortion jurisprudence", he said in his dissent. "The ramifications of this battle will last a generation or more", he said. The statement continued: "If confirmed, Kavanaugh could very well be the decisive vote Trump needs in the Supreme Court to give his concerted campaign to undermine civil liberties and civil rights long-term ...
  • Murder suspect killed, 3 officers wounded in Kansas City gunfight

    Murder suspect killed, 3 officers wounded in Kansas City gunfight

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    There, more gunfire was exchanged and the third officer was shot. The suspect died Sunday (July 15) afternoon after barricading himself in a house in the southeast part of the city, The Kansas City Star reported . Koppu, from Telangana, was a software engineer who came to the USA in January to pursue his master's degree. There were three police officer-involved shootings over the past weekend that left a combined four people dead, including one police officer.
  • Kilauea Lava Explosion Injures 23 Tourists

    Kilauea Lava Explosion Injures 23 Tourists

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    The other wounded passengers were being treated for burns and scrapes. He didn't observe 'any major explosions, ' so he navigated his vessel closer, to about 250 yards away from the lava. The water flashes to steam, which causes the lava to explode into fragments, she said. 'Just really good people'. "I mean this was a group of people that never met before, and they were brought together", he said.
  • European Union president backs WTO reform to prevent ‘chaos’

    European Union president backs WTO reform to prevent ‘chaos’

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    The politically-sensitive data comes as sides have imposed 25% tariffs on 34-billion-dollars of the others' imports. He expects China's consumer prices to maintain mild growth in the second half, as the prices of food items including pork and cooking oil, likely to be pushed up by more expensive imported soybeans, are still relatively low.
  • Russian woman charged in Washington DC with spying on behalf of Moscow

    Russian woman charged in Washington DC with spying on behalf of Moscow

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    Department of Justice are prosecuting the case. Prosecutors say Butina, at the official's direction, met with US politicians and candidates, attended events sponsored by special interest groups - including two National Prayer Breakfast events - and organized Russian-American "friendship and dialogue" dinners in Washington as part of her work.
  • Anderson Cooper of CNN calls Trump-Putin news conference 'disgraceful'

    Anderson Cooper of CNN calls Trump-Putin news conference 'disgraceful'

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    After face-to-face talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin , Mr Trump contradicted U.S. intelligence agencies and said there had been no reason for Russia to meddle in the vote. Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer said Mr Trump's approach in Helsinki was unprecedented for a leader of the United States. But over breakfast with Finland's President Sauli Niinisto, he insisted North Atlantic Treaty Organisation "has never been stronger" and "never been more together" thanks ...
  • Russian hackers struck Clinton server hours after Trump called for emails

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    A second, expanded bilateral meeting with presidential aides followed the first session. The indictment says that the alleged conspirators "spearphished individuals affiliated with the Clinton campaign throughout the summer of 2016", and then goes on to say that "on or about July 27, 2016, the conspirators attempted after hours to spearphish for the first time email accounts at a domain hosted by a third-party provider and used by Clinton's personal office".