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Dennis Rodman Weeps As He Recounts His Unwavering Faith In North Korea


Dennis was referring to his previous efforts to act as a mediator between Kim Jong-un and the Obama administration, which rebuffed him. "It was just too hot". "Under the circumstances that we are negotiating a very comprehensive, complete deal, I think it's inappropriate to be having war games", he said, using North Korea's preferred description of the military exercises. Read More »

Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire emits another hot sediment flow


U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, was also in attendance and said that she is asking that temporary protective status is considered for numerous Guatemalans who may flee the country. and tree trunks dragged out by the current", the institute said. "I'd like our hometown airlines to help get these goods to where the people need them", she said. Read More »

Ministers win key Brexit bill vote after concession

The government insisted it would not allow MPs to tie its hands in Brexit negotiations, despite being forced to offer a last-ditch concession to Tory rebels to stave off a House of Commons defeat. Rebels had been pushing for an amendment that would have given Parliament unprecedented powers over the final stages of Brexit talks. But a government official said they had just agreed to open talks on the basis of the rebel amendment. Read More »

Trump's vow to end US-South Korea drills catches Pentagon off guard

We have to talk to them. Other Republicans raised questions about the necessity of ending the exercises. US Forces Korea (USFK), which comprises about 28 500 troops permanently based in South Korea , received no immediate new guidance on upcoming joint training exercises, including so-called Ulchi Freedom Guardian scheduled for later this year. Read More »

Macedonia and Greece Announce Historic 'Name' Deal


Mitsotakis said that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras did not have any "political legitimacy" to commit the country to a deal that is not approved by his junior government coalition partner, the Independent Greeks (ANEL). The two nations settled on a name- certain to incite controversy amongst many Greeks both inside the country, as well as outside her borders. Macedonia became a candidate for membership of the European Union in 2005 but Greece blocked the start of negotiations. Read More »

‘Assault on Yemeni port could cost 250,000 civilian lives’


The war has claimed 10,000 lives and brought the country to the verge of starvation, causing a cholera outbreak amid a deteriorating economic situation. Since then, more than 10,000 people have been killed , a lot of them civilians. The ongoing violence has also devastated Yemen's infrastructure, including water and sanitation systems, prompting the United Nations to describe the situation as one of "the worst humanitarian disasters in modern times". Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who dropped, fired gun while dancing charged with assault

Chase Bishop, 29, was being held in a detention center in downtown Denver . The video shows Bishop's handgun falling to the floor mid-flip, then discharging into the surrounding crowd with a loud pop when he reaches to recover it. Multiple sources told 9Wants to Know that Bishop is not assigned to the Denver office and works out of Washington D.C. "The FBI will continue to fully cooperate with the Denver Police Department and the Denver District Attorney's Office as this matter ... Read More »

UK Brexit minister says parliament vote cannot reverse Brexit

But these putative pledges by the PM are inconsistent with Tuesday night's statement by Davis's officials that any new amendment relating to the power of MPs to accept or reject a Brexit deal must not restrict her negotiating freedom - or restrict her ability to sign whatever treaty with the European Union she would like. Read More »

Children spotted housed in pet kennels


The victims were 7 and 8 years old. Temperatures reached about 95 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Celsius). A video taken by a passerby appears to show a young girl hopping out of a kennel from the trunk of the vehicle after a woman opens the metal cage door. Read More »

Kim Jong, Trump Commit To Restart Repatriating Remains From North Korea


Ms Bishop has cautiously welcomed the overall progress in the summit but warned North Korea's denuclearisation must be thoroughly verified and dismissed Mr Trump's concession on military exercises. "We would like to seek an understanding of this between Japan, the US and South Korea", Japan's defence minister, Itsunori Onodera, said. Trump had been scheduled to fly back to Washington tomorrow morning after spending today with Kim in Singapore, but on the eve of the summit, he altered his ... Read More »

Puerto Rican Day Parade to highlight hurricane heroes, recovery


It started at 44th St. and ended on 79th St. The celebration planned for Sunday will have the usual floats, musicians and brightly colored costumes. "We're three generations strong here", said Garcia, 35, of Brooklyn. Saying that "the Island is still reeling from the storm and is expected to for several years", Senator Nellie Pou (D-Paterson) who has been active in several efforts to provide relief, and traveled to the island in February, encouraged evacuees to attend the session to ... Read More »

Vase found in a shoebox sells for €16 million


The vase, which is reportedly in excellent condition, "is the only known example in the world bearing such detail", he said. The vase, which was made for an emperor of the Qing dynasty, has different animals in the landscape painted on it and is embroidered with gold around the neck. Read More »

Brexit: House of Lords EU Withdrawal Bill amendment voted down by MPs

Exactly a year ago, it looked like May did not have long left in office. Shortly before MPs began voting, Sandbach praised the government for making "important concessions". A paper laying out the U.K. government position, due to be published this month, has been delayed because the Cabinet can not agree on a united stance. Read More »

Trump and Kim meet after months of threats and insults


The ROK President said Seoul will support Pyongyang along the path to peace, vowing to "spare no effort in cooperating" with concerned parties "to ensure that the agreement can be implemented in its entirety". "Was he committing to end all military exercises or was he committing to end just the most provocative ones?" Since the 1970s, the United States and South Korea have held a major summertime exercise called Ulchi Freedom Guardian that involves tens of thousands of troops. Read More »

Provenance of Ivanka's 'proverb' baffles Chinese internet users

The news channel for Sina , the company behind China's largest Twitter-like platform Weibo, wrote on their account: 'Our editor really can't think of exactly which proverb this is. The quote that Ivanka Trump used is also raising a few eyebrows in and of itself. It's not the first time Ivanka Trump has given China credit for an adage. Read More »

'Lindsey Graham is a danger to the country,' Rand Paul says


Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of SC joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss why the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is an "agreement in principle". "He can have a membership at Trump National [golf course], I really don't care how generous we are as long as we don't go too far when it comes to our troop presence". Read More »

Jogger throws homeless man's clothes into Lake Merritt

Jogger in Oakland , California throws homeless man's belongings into lake, trash can. Supporters, who have raised almost $2,000 for the man since the Friday incident, identified him as Drew. "I was sad about the whole situation and angry", Harris told Raw Story following the incident, explaining that the homeless person was well known by locals and had been living in that spot for a while. Read More »

Attorney identifies children killed in Orlando hostage situation


A Florida man who shot a police officer in the face before killing four children - and then himself - had a lengthy criminal record on domestic violence and other charges. An officer who had been injured in the initial confrontation with Lindsey, Kevin Valencia, remains in a critical condition, the police chief said. Officer Valencia has been with the police department since 2016. Read More »

Climate change killing off Africa’s iconic baobab tree


But we may not be able to figure out just how long: Ed Yong at The Atlantic reports that the oldest baobabs across Africa have been dying over the past dozen years, and researchers believe it's a direct result of climate change. The oldest tree to suffer the collapse of all its stems was the Panke tree in Zimbabwe‚ estimated to have existed for 2‚500 years. The tree serves as a massive store of water, and bears fruit that feeds animals and humans. Read More »

Senate to include measure blocking Trump's ZTE deal in defense bill


The language will be part of an amendment to the 2019 National Defence Authorisation Act, which will go to the Senate for a vote and needs both House approval and US President Donald Trump's signature to become law. Marco Rubio, Florida Republican and a co-sponsor of the legislation. But a number of U.S. lawmakers aren't satisfied with that agreement, saying the issue extends beyond punishment and is more about national security. Read More »

Meaningful vote rejected: how key MPs voted on the Brexit amendment

A minister long critical of the government's handling of Brexit resigned earlier in protest at what he called its "wish to limit" the role of lawmakers in the process. It's been revealed ex-Tory ministers Ken Clarke and Anna Soubry rebelled against the government by voting against the motion to disagree with Lords amendment, created to give Parliament a vote to prevent a "no deal" Brexit. Read More »

Trump takes more swipes at Canada after arrival in Singapore


The attack on a longtime ally and its leader drew sharp criticism. German Chancellor Angela Merkel described Mr Trump's change of heart on the joint communiqué as "sobering and a little depressing". The former Conservative prime minister said that while he believes the dispute is serious, that doesn't make it "lethal". We protect Europe (which is good) at great financial loss, and then get unfairly clobbered on Trade. Read More »

Trump says Trudeau's G7 comments will cost Canadians a lot of money


Navarro on Sunday joined administration officials in lashing out at Trudeau following the chaotic end to the G7 summit in Quebec where leaders of the world's major economies clashed over tariffs. Bilous said the trade tussle brings home to many the need for Canada and Alberta to increase trade with other markets, especially in Asia. "Very dishonest and weak ", he said . Read More »

White House releases menu for working lunch with Kim


As a Time report said, "Korean is a language with strict rules regarding formality, especially in terms of how leaders are addressed, a challenge that is only compacted because of Trump's informal style of discourse and Kim's position as the "supreme leader" of a totalitarian country". Read More »

Iraq Ballot Warehouse Fire 'Deliberate': Minister


A fire has been brought under control at Iraq's biggest ballot paper storage depot days after an election recount was ordered . The latest development comes after a warehouse storing ballot papers caught fire , an act described as a "plot" against democracy by Mr Al Abadi. Read More »

UK MPs to grill Brexit bankroller over Russia


Mr Banks said he will be reporting the "theft" on Tuesday. Banks co-founded the Leave.EU campaign that is credited with mobilizing grassroots support for Brexit . The emails were given to The Sunday Times by journalist Isabel Oakeshott, Mr Banks's ghostwriter on The Bad Boys of Brexit . The Leave.EU founder said he has Russian visas in his passport showing he went to the country in 2014 and 2015 to visit his Russian in-laws, but not February 2016, four months before the Brexit vote. Read More »

Police on scene as armed man takes hostages in Paris


The police said there was no indication that the incident was terrorism-related. He reportedly struck one man, who managed to escape, but was doused with gasoline . Police block off the street in central Paris . The hostage-taker reportedly entered the building in Rue des Petites Ecuries, pretending to be a food-delivery courier, at around 4pm local time. Read More »

Donegal women help break world record for biggest ever skinny dip


The events have raised more than €153,000 (£135,000), not including what will be raised this year. Open to women only, participants were made up of cancer patients, survivors and those who had been otherwise affected by cancer. The charity was set up in 2010 by Mick Rochford and Jimmy Norman, after Jimmy's daughter, Aoibheann died from cancer when she was eight years old. After staying there for five minutes, they broke the previous record set by 786 people in Perth , Western Australia in ... Read More »

Boater dies after sinkhole develops on Spring River in Arkansas


The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission issued a warning Monday for boaters on the Spring River to avoid an area known as Sadler Falls, about 150 miles northwest of Memphis. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Fulton County, along with the game and fish commission, have installed buoys and roped off the area. Despite the sinkhole, the river remains open while officials warn visitors who may canoe or kayak in the area. Read More »

Russian Federation calls for implementation of JCPOA on Iran: Putin


At present a Trump-Putin summit carries a literal life-and-death urgency. Putin said in an official statement that the recently-concluded SCO summit at Qingdao called for cooperation among the member-countries to tackle issues including terrorism by designing counter-terrorism operations and holding joint drills, and to provide information regarding the operational activities by extremist groups. Read More »

U.S. upsets China with new de facto embassy in Taiwan


Moy will then step down next week with no successor named to replace him, adding to the 47 other USA diplomatic missions around the world that now don't have ambassadors. Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen attended the opening ceremony, where she reaffirmed her government's commitment to its " vital relationship " with the U.S., Reuters reports. Read More »

Homeowner's association issued gator warning before Davie attack


A witness said they had seen her with her dogs earlier, but later that morning the dogs were barking near the water and she was gone. Fatal attacks on humans remain rare, however. Local residents also told the newspaper that they had complained about alligators in the park, with some even explaining that they had lost pets that wandered too close to the lake. Read More »