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6 takeaways from the indictment of Russians for DNC hacking


The 29-page indictment accuses members of the Russian military intelligence agency known as the GRU of carrying out "large-scale cyber operations" to steal Clinton campaign and Democratic Party documents and emails. Brazile called on Trump to confront Russian President Vladimir Putin about the indictment during the leaders' meeting on Monday in Finland, and to ensure that federal agencies are prepared to defend against any future attacks on US elections. Read More »

Woman charged with attempted murder in brick attack on 92-year-old


Rodolfo Rodriguez was out for a walk when he was beaten the night of July 4 on a sidewalk in a tough South Los Angeles neighborhood known as Willowbrook. Additionally, the charging document alleges that Jones was previously convicted of making criminal threats in a 2017 case. In a second Facebook statement , the department stated that the assault against Rodriguez is not a "hate-related incident", according to investigators. Read More »

'Wild Boars' to miss out on live World Cup final


The officials released the video on Saturday, but it was filmed the previous day. This undated handout photo taken recently and released by the Royal Thai Navy on 7 July 2018 shows a Thai Navy soldier in the flooded Tham Luang cave during rescue operations for the 12 boys and their football team coach trapped in the cave at Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park. Read More »

White House, CNN in fresh row over scrapped Bolton interview


Then Acosta said CNN is real, not fake. " CNN is fake news", the president said while Acosta continued to try and ask a question. In the article, Mr. 'Will you ask Putin to stay out of United States elections?' Acosta yelled. She wrote that "a CNN reporter disrespected" Trump and "instead of rewarding bad behavior, we chose to reprioritize the TV appearances for administration officials". Read More »

Korea denuclearization talks on right track


The return of U.S. remains was one of the key agreements to come from U.S. President Donald Trump's June summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un . North Korean Nuclear Talks Are Thrown Off Balance as Accounts by USA and Pyongyang Clash Pompeo Maintains Optimism on Nuclear Talks With North Korea North Korean Denuclearization Talks Uncertain After Pompeo Visit The South Korean leader's rosy outlook contrasts with doubts among North Korea watchers over Pyongyang's sincerity toward ... Read More »

Trump advised Theresa May to sue the EU


Trump has often begun calls by asking her to rush the process. Donald trump met the Queen on Friday at Windsor Castle. "I am yet to see a workable alternative future trading arrangement that would deliver on our commitments to Northern Ireland, preserve the constitutional integrity of the United Kingdom and deliver on the result of the referendum", she wrote. Read More »

Twitter suspends two accounts linked to 12 indicted Russian spies


President Donald Trump, who uses Twitter virtually every day, has so far lost 300,000 followers. US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said the defendants named in the indictment worked for Russia's GRU intelligence service. USA officials said the 12 often conversed with U.S. citizens, but investigators said they don't believe the United States citizens knew they were speaking with Russian intelligence agents, hence they did not file any charges for the time being. Read More »

Trump told me to sue the European Union, says May


US President Donald Trump echoed that argument last week, saying a soft Brexit would "kill" any hope of a US-UK free-trade deal. "And I think she found it maybe too brutal". Asked to rate USA -U.K. relations, Mr. Trump gave them the "highest level of special". Mr Khan refused to block a plan to fly a giant inflatable "Trump baby" near Parliament to coincide with mass protests surrounding the president's trip to Britain. Read More »

Trump calls the European Union a 'foe' of America

The president then stated he sees Russian Federation as a "foe in certain respects", and China as a "foe economically". "China is a foe economically, certainly they are a foe", he continued . Trump repeated his previous assertion that the European Union has "really taken advantage of us on trade". "We know that Trump doesn't do a lot of prep work for these meetings". Read More »

Seven rhinos die after being moved to new park in Kenya


Eight endangered black rhinos died after being transported to a new wildlife reserve in Africa. According to preliminary investigations by KWS veterinary teams, the deaths resulted from salt poisoning after the animals took water high in salinity when they arrived at their new home. Read More »

Obit, memorial service of 5-year-old Iowa boy gets attention


The youngster, who lived in Iowa , was asked a series of questions by his devoted parents, Emilie and Ryan Matthias before he passed away. "When I read it, I'm just like "wow". He says that when he grows up, he wants to be a professional boxer. At a hospital in Iowa City last month, he got his wish when a boxing club brought him a pair of gloves and taught him how to throw a few punches, which KCCI captured on video. Read More »

US State Department accuses Iran of using Embassies for terror plots


Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are baseless, preposterous and part of a targeted propaganda campaign and psychological warfare against the activities of the Iranian embassies overseas", Qasemi was quoted as saying. Iran denies involvement and contends the allegations against its diplomat are meant to damage its relations with the European Union. On July 11th, the German Federal Prosecutor issued a statement saying that the German judiciary had ordered the arrest of Assadollah Assadi , a ... Read More »

EU Leader Responds to Trump ‘Foe’ Comment

The comment on a bloc that has been one of America's staunchest allies drew sharp condemnation from the European Council President Donald Tusk . "America and the European Union are best friends. 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. Read More »

'Sue The EU!' - Donald Trump's Brexit Advice To Theresa May Revealed

The President had previously revealed that he would have dealt with Brussels "much differently" than the Tory leader, telling The Sun newspaper: "I actually told Theresa May how to do it but she didn't agree, she didn't listen to me..." At the news conference, Trump, without revealing what he had advised May, said that she had seemed to regard his suggestion as too "brutal". Read More »

US woman rescued a week after California cliff plunge


She was spotted last on a surveillance camera at a gas station south of Carmel. "Angela was found about 200 feet down a cliff". To stay hydrated, Hernandez reportedly used a radiator hose from her vehicle to siphon water from a nearby stream. Read More »

UK’s Theresa May: Trump told me to ‘sue the EU’ over Brexit


The British PM went on to defend her controversial new White Paper for Brexit , which has shaken up her government with high-profile Cabinet resignations, and urged critics, both in and out of her own Conservative party, to back it. He dismissed his incendiary Brexit interview with The Sun last night as "fake news", revealing he said sorry to her this morning and she replied: "Don't worry". Read More »

TOP 3 new outfit Melania trump during a tour of Europe


First Lady Melania Trump has met the Chelsea Pensioners during a visit to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, with Prime Minister Theresa May's husband, Philip. Trump appeared to take the game seriously and followed a boy's advice on how to hold the ball. Children waving British and USA flags cheered loudly. Read More »

Chicago clashes after USA police kill black man

Some protesters briefly scuffled with police Saturday evening after a Chicago police officer fatally shot a man on the city's South Side. The man, who has not been identified, was pronounced dead at the hospital. They said the officer was taken away from the scene in a police vehicle as a crowd of about 100 people formed. Police had pushed protesters back into a parking lot of a strip mall. Read More »

May reveals Trump ‘told me I should sue the EU’ over Brexit


Trump had said during a joint press conference with the prime minister at her Chequers country residence on Friday that he'd given May "a suggestion" about how she should handle the Brexit negotiations. She said USA intelligence officials are seeing "persistent Russian efforts using social media, sympathetic spokespeople and other fronts to sow discord and divisiveness amongst the American people, though not necessarily focused on specific politicians or political campaigns". Read More »

Italy's President intervenes to end migrant boat standoff


Salvini had said a Sudanese and a Ghanaian among the migrants allegedly tried to hijack the tug so it would not return them to Libya. "In this context which always sees Italy in the frontline of saving lives at sea, I ask you for a clear sign on sharing the responsibility of managing the migrant issue and to envisage the possibility of a port taking in, or to take charge of some of the 450 migrants picked up", he said. Read More »

Air strike in eastern Syria kills at least 28


It remains unclear if the plane used in the attack was American or from the Iraqi Air Force, but Iraqi jets have carried out several strikes against IS targets in Syria recently. USA -backed Kurdish-led fighters in Syria have been on the offensive against IS in a region that borders Iraq for months. At least 28 civilians, and over 30 civilians by some accounts, were killed in the attack, and dozens of others were wounded. Read More »

Missing Oregon Woman Found Alive After Car Plunges Off Big Sur Cliff

She sent a text around 10 p.m. July 5 saying she was exhausted and stopping to sleep in her auto at a grocery store parking lot in Half Moon Bay, in San Mateo County, said a missing persons flier. "Her vehicle was partially in the water", the statement said. However, authorities say she was alert and was walking on a remote beach when rescuers reached her. Read More »

United Kingdom politicians reel as Trump unleashes criticism then charm

Thousands of protesters also marched through the streets of London on Friday as Trump met Prime Minister Theresa May and the Queen earlier on Friday. And another Tory MP, Anna Soubry, said the president "diminishes the standing of the great country he is meant to lead". The bonhomie could not mask strong differences between Trump and politicians in Britain, from both government and opposition parties. Read More »

Tory chaos: divisions over Brexit continue in wake of resignations


The delay has been partly blamed on deep disagreements within the Conservative Party over what shape Brexit should take. Dubbed "the three Brexiteers", Davis, foreign minister Boris Johnson and trade minister Liam Fox, were seen as crucial voices representing those who supported Brexit within a cabinet made up of many ministers who campaigned to stay inside the EU. Read More »

Hamas says truce reached after major Israeli air strikes


It marks the first injuries on the Israeli side in the latest flare-up in violence between Israel and Hamas militants. "In addition, a weapons manufacturing site and storage facilities housing various types of weapons, including Hamas' naval capabilities, were struck", it said. Read More »

"Together Against Trump", thousands protest in London


Asked about that interview, Trump said he did not criticize the prime minister and heaped praise on her. "She's a total professional because when I saw her this morning, I said: "I want to apologize, because I said such good things about you". Read More »

Teen Airlifted After Possibly Bitten By Shark At Playalinda Beach


Florida is no stranger to shark sightings. The Florida beach that suffered two shark attacks in a span of minutes on Friday was expected to re-open to swimmers on Saturday. "He barely made it out of the water, he laid down at the life guard stand and they just went to wrapping and gauzing", Mike Webb said. "Get out!" and motioned towards the beach, ' one witness said on the 30-year-old First Coast News . Read More »

Zim opposition supporters deliver petition to electoral commission


We do not go into an election which we do not know how it is run. Mnangagwa, who took over from former president Robert Mugabe in November previous year, has promised to hold free and fair elections. "A postal vote is exercised in secret", Chigumba said. Commission chairperson Priscilla Chigumba wasn't there to receive the petition, but a meeting between her and leaders of the opposition alliance has now been set for Thursday. Read More »

Justice Indu Malhotra makes a strong case against IPC Section 377


The two-judge bench ultimately upheld this provision by setting aside the Delhi High Court verdict, which de-criminalised gay sex. The court will resume hearing arguments from groups which support the homosexuality ban on Tuesday. Stating that members of the LGBTQ community do not get proper medical treatment due to inhibitions, she added, "Homosexuals don't disclose their sexuality and due to family pressure etc get into marriages". Read More »

Hours after ceasefire reached, Gaza mortar shells strike southern Israel


The shelling and subsequent retaliatory strike came hours after Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist groups announced that they agreed to a ceasefire with Israel, following talks with Egypt and other global bodies. Israel blamed Hamas for the escalation, pointing to months of protests and clashes along the border that its military argues the Islamist movement is seeking to use as cover for attacks. Read More »

Trump hails 'tremendous progress' on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation defence spending


Khan said on Friday that he was "trying to rise above" the jibe, but when asked if the door of City Hall would be open to Trump if he wanted a face-to-face meeting, he added: "I'm happy to meet President Trump and to explain to him, in a respectful, courteous manner where I think he's wrong on a number of issues, to hear him out, see what his explanation is for holding me responsible for the attacks we saw in London past year". Read More »

Australian doctor, forerunner in Thai cave rescue, affected by family tragedy


Harris played a pivotal role in the rescue effort, positioned on the muddy bank in the cave with the boys and their coach, assessing their fitness for the perilous journey back to the outside. "Like most divers, you tend to get used to a particular diving partner", Dr Strike said. "You become very comfortable with a particular dive buddy - you know how they're going to react in a certain situation". Read More »

Was Russia listening? Democrat hack followed Trump speech


So said the man who solicited the hacking and benefited from it. Mueller, appointed by the Justice Department in May 2017 to take over an investigation earlier handled by the FBI, is investigating whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation and whether the president has unlawfully sought to obstruct the Russian Federation investigation. Read More »