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Man wanted for kicking person lying on SF sidewalk


He had a cellphone in his left hand a slim briefcase in his right. He then continued walking in the same direction. He comes back up Leavenworth later on in the video and can be seen kicking a homeless man twice. has contacted San Francisco Police for a comment. The city of San Francisco has one of the highest number of homeless people in the USA, with an estimated 7,000 people living on the streets or in shelters. Read More »

This Year’s Theme, Celebration and Everything You Need To Know


Guterres urged world leaders to tackle other problems in the ocean as well. No matter your age, gender, profession, religion or political persuasion, one thing we can all agree on is that plastic in the ocean is a Bad Thing . This year, The Ocean Project issued a request for citizens around the world: "Will you stop using single-use plastic bags, bottles and straws to help our ocean?" No more plastic shopping bags, drinking straws and earbuds. Read More »

Donald Trump Withdraws Endorsement Of G7 Joint Statement


Trudeau said he told Trump directly that Canada 'particularly did not take lightly the fact that [the tariffs were] based on a national security reason.' The prime minister said in comments reported by CTV: 'Canadians are polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around'. Read More »

Belfast woman to challenge Northern Ireland abortion law


A consultation was undertaken and the people said a change should not be made. "The proceedings were brought in the abstract, without reference to any specific act or individual", Justice Jonathan H. It also "strongly advised the clinical professional community, health and social care regulators... to consider the law, including any necessary constitutional change" to manage such emergencies. Read More »

Judge Halts Deportation Of Detained New York Pizza Delivery Man


Villavicencio was arrested on June 1 when he tried to make a delivery to the Fort Hamilton garrison in Brooklyn. Villavicencio's wife told The New York Times that the personnel at the base still accepted the food he had delivered. ICE spokeswoman Rachael Yong Yow said in March 2010 Villavicencio was granted voluntary departure by an immigration judge but failed to depart by July, as ordered. Read More »

President Trump may pardon Muhammad Ali after overturned conviction


Army during the Vietnam War , maintaining that he was a conscientious objector and famously proclaiming that he "ain't got no quarrel with them Viet Cong". "And some other, and some folks that have sentences that aren't fair", Trump added. The Supreme Court overturned the conviction in 1971, concluding that his religious objection to military service was valid. Read More »

Magnitude 4.4 earthquake shakes parts of Oklahoma, Kansas

The USGS reports the quake was centered around 15 miles east of Cherokee, Oklahoma just before 9:00 this morning. The tembler occurred at a depth of about three-and-one-half miles. Residents in Wakita, Oklahoma, Wichita, Kansas, and Dallas, Texas, may have also felt the shaking. There have been no reports of any injuries or damages. Read More »

This Trump G7 Press Conference In Quebec Was Something Else


The United States' closest trading partners - the EU, Canada and Mexico - have vowed to impose retaliatory tariffs on scores of U.S. products beginning in the coming weeks. That probe includes a look at whether Trump himself tried to obstruct justice. "It's going to stop or we'll stop trading with them", he said. Merkel said on Saturday there must first be progress on a Ukraine peace plan before there is any talk about readmitting Moscow. Read More »

Melania Doesn't Believe Trump Had Sex with Stormy Daniels, Rudy Giuliani Says


On the surface, the communications between Davidson and Cohen don't appear to be evidence of a breach of Davidson's duty to his client, said John Perlstein, a Los Angeles civil litigator. "Starting in January 2018 at the latest, Defendants Davidson and Cohen acted in concert to benefit not Ms. Clifford, but a client of Mr. Cohen's, namely Mr. Read More »

United Kingdom far-right clash with police at anti-Islam London rally

A small number of demonstrators pushed police and tried to breach metal barricades in front of the British prime minister's office. Robinson founded the English Defence League, an anti- Muslim protest group. Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, made comments about an ongoing grooming trial in a Facebook Live broadcast outside Leeds Crown Court in earshot of the trial's jurors. Read More »

'Today' Pushes Back on Bill Clinton's Interview Attack


I was glad to see when she went back to school and made another career, had a television show, gave a really compelling TED Talk, you know, did other things - is that I was afraid that, you know, she would be frozen in the public mind for the rest of her life and what happened. Read More »

Man Arrested Over Deadly Japan Stabbing Spree

The fatal stabbing occurred at about 22:00 local time (13:00 GMT) on Saturday on board a Shinkansen train travelling from Tokyo to Osaka. Police arrested the suspect as the train stopped at Odawara Station, south of Tokyo. Witnesses said passengers fled in panic, some of them in tears. "All of a sudden, a lot of passengers were dashing from behind". Japan is known as one of the world's safest countries, and violent random attacks are rare. Read More »

Imagery shows North Korea razes missile test stand


It comes after the hermit kingdom blew up at least part of Punggye-ri, its underground nuclear testing site, last month. Satellite imagery shows the Iha-ri missile launch site, located north of the city of Kusong, was dismantled some time before May 19. Read More »

USA issues new alert for China


The official declined to provide further information on the two workers out of respect for their privacy. Several other American workers at the U.S. No evidence has emerged that a sonic weapon caused the illnesses, according to an interim Federal Bureau of Investigation report in January, according to the AP. Read More »

Trump breaks with G7 joint statement


Asked whether he thought the leaders could agree on a joint statement , Trump said, "I think we'll have a joint statement". Following his announcement that the USA would be pulling its endorsement of the joint statement, Trump took another jab at Trudeau in a second tweet . Read More »

House Republicans work to craft Dreamer immigration deal


He made the announcement in a closed-door lunch with Republican senators, according to several people familiar with his comments who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Rep. Carlos Curbelo, R-Florida, another one of the moderate leaders, said the goal would be to not lower overall legal immigration levels but shift some total visas into employment categories rather than family-based categories. Read More »

ICC overturns conviction of Congo warlord Jean-Pierre Bemba


In a 3-2 majority ruling on Friday, the court's appeals chamber reversed some of his convictions and acquitted him on other charges, saying the trial chamber in his case made a series of errors in its analysis of his role as a commanding officer and in other aspects of the case. Read More »

Vienna being considered as venue for possible Putin-Trump summit


As a leader of major country with global influence, President Putin is "an old friend" and "a good friend" of the Chinese people, Xi said. In fact with few notable exceptions , Trump has had nothing but glowing praise for the Russian President and has made a number of decisions while in office that appear to have been to his benefit. Read More »

Suspect said to have confessed to killing girl in Germany

Germany has been rocked after a teenage girl, who was Jewish, was allegedly raped and murdered by an Iraqi asylum seeker. Ali Bashar, a 20-year-old asylum seeker, went missing after Susanna Maria Feldman, 14, was found strangled near the city of Wiesbaden last month. Read More »

Special Air Services Regiment soldiers ‘may have committed war crimes’ inquiry told

Members of Australia's elite special forces have been accused of committing war crimes in Afghanistan amid weak leadership and a lack of accountability, a confidential defence inquiry has found. "I know there were over the last 15 years some horrendous things ". "Some just disgraceful things happened in Kabul.very bad news, or just inappropriate behavior, but it was pretty much kept under wraps". Read More »

Departing shots from Trump plunge fractious G7 summit into failure

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Saturday rejected a U.S. demand for a sunset clause in NAFTA but said he was prepared to compromise on the issue, which is holding up talks to update the 1990s-era pact. Once again, he emphasized that the days of the US getting the short end of the stick in its trading relationships with the world were over under his watch. Read More »

Passenger killed in knife attack on Japan bullet train

Ichiro Kojima, in blood stained trouswers, was arrested by police and taken to a police vehicle. Police arrested the suspect as the train stopped at Odawara Station, south of Tokyo. Kojima was holding a knife when police seized him at the station. Mr Kojima told police he had picked victims at random and had been armed with "multiple bladed objects" on the train, Japanese broadcaster NHK reports. Read More »

Brazilian baby survives being buried alive for seven hours

Police released a video showing officers digging sand out of a shallow hole at night, then pulling out the naked baby, umbilical cord still attached. The baby's great-grandmother, who is a member of the Kamayura tribe, has been detained. Investigators interviewed the family in the territory near the town of Canarana. Mr do Prado said this was to establish whether the case was linked to indigenous customs. Read More »

G7: Trump leaves summit prematurely for meeting with Kim Jong


Under a 2016 law passed by Congress, the North Korea Sanctions and Policy Enhancement Act , the president is obligated to investigate and sanction people and entities complicit in human rights abuses in North Korea , not just those involved in weapons proliferation and other illicit activities. Read More »

Donald Trump: Ask Obama About the Russians Seizing Crimea

Russian Federation was expelled from the group - which now includes France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the US - following its annexation of Crimea in 2014. But as Business Insider's Josh Barro pointed out , there are several reasons why the president would want the country back in the G7. Speaking about Russia's military incursion in Crimea, a peninsula that was part of Ukraine, Trump on Saturday blamed President Obama for the annexation. Read More »

Donald Trump says he may pardon late boxing legend Muhammad Ali


But there's a little problem with offering to pardon Muhammad Ali: he doesn't actually need a pardon. He recently pardoned Jack Johnson , the legendary boxer who was convicted in 1913 for transporting a white woman across state lines. Ali was born Cassius Clay, and changed his name after converting to Islam in the 1960s. Ali's now nonexistent conviction was for draft evasion. Ali - who died in 2016 - refused to fight in the war when the government tried to conscript him in 1967, citing ... Read More »

CrossFit gym fires employee who called out LGBT movement's 'intolerance'


He then doubled down, saying he believed Indy Pride was "a celebration of sin, as do most Christians", while hitting out at the "Twitter mobs" who were "hard at work trying to get me fired ". One of the members told local media that she didn't want to be associated with a gym that discriminates. The controversy started when the owners of a franchise in Indianapolis caught wind that their trainers had been planning a special workout to celebrate Pride. Read More »