• U.S. must stop separating migrant children from parents
U.S. must stop separating migrant children from parents

At least 600 children have been separated from their parents as the result of a new Trump DOJ policy meant to deter illegal immigration, and when U.S. "While the high commissioner's office ignorantly attacks the United States with words, the United States leads the world with its actions, like providing more humanitarian assistance to global co...

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  • McConnell Cancels August Recess Over ‘Historic Obstruction by Senate Democrats’
McConnell Cancels August Recess Over ‘Historic Obstruction by Senate Democrats’

Ellis SchumerUndocumented immigrants shouldn't replace legal ones Trump: I have the right to pardon myself Schumer: Trump lawyers' argument that he can't obstruct justice would be valid in a dictatorship MORE (D-N.Y.) said in a letter to McConnell released Wednesday that the GOP leader should dedicate August to "considering legislation that w...

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  • Pakistan provokes: India says will revoke ceasefire agreement
Pakistan provokes: India says will revoke ceasefire agreement

The announcement was finalised between the Indian and Pakistani directors-general of military operations during a call on a dedicated military hotline, which is reportedly used on a weekly basis. Pakistan rangers violated ceasefire today in the Pargwal area of Akhnoor- prompting a befitting reply from Indian security forces, who are believed to be ...

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  • Volcano eruption in Central America kills 25 injures hundreds
Volcano eruption in Central America kills 25 injures hundreds

Survivors who went back to the village of San Miguel los Lotes on Monday encountered a village turned to rubble by the force of the eruption . The Fuego Volcano in eruption , seen from Alotenango municipality, June 3, 2018. It's not in the Ring of Fire and the possibility that it may have triggered Guatemala's Volcano of Fire is extreme...

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  • Hundreds of homes destroyed by volcano lava in Hawaii
Hundreds of homes destroyed by volcano lava in Hawaii

Geological Survey. A few residents who resisted evacuation orders were airlifted to safety on Sunday, leaving no more than a handful of people who refused to leave. Video footage from a helicopter showed two seaside homes engulfed in flames as clouds of white steam and hydrochloric acid fumes billowed from the water, where red-hot lava was pourin...

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  • Evacuations ordered after new explosion at Guatemala volcano
Evacuations ordered after new explosion at Guatemala volcano

The search for bodies in mountain villages destroyed by the eruption was progressing slowly, officials said earlier, given the nature of the terrain and the way the volcano released large amounts of boiling mud, rock and ash down the mountain.

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  • Qatar won’t be part of any military action against Iran
Qatar won’t be part of any military action against Iran

Just over 10 percent of its 2.2 million people are Qataris, with the rest foreign workers. "Therefore, Saudi Arabia's tension is understandable", he added. Kuwait has sought to mediate the crisis, sending its 88-year-old emir shuttling between the countries involved. The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah also said that "all services and facilities pro...

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  • Trump fires aide who joked about 'dying' war hero John McCain
Trump fires aide who joked about 'dying' war hero John McCain

Donald Trump has sacked an aide who said cancer-stricken Senator John McCain's opposition to a presidential nominee did not matter because "he's dying anyway", the White House announced Tuesday. John McCain was tortured in Vietnam and has long spoken against the US government's so-called enhanced interrogation tactics. He said he was dismayed t...

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  • Makeup and pig's blood: Russian reporter describes his faked slaying
Makeup and pig's blood: Russian reporter describes his faked slaying

Babchenko made a scarcely credible reappearance at a press conference in Kiev on Wednesday, May 30, less than 24 hours after the Ukrainian authorities reported he had been shot dead at his home in a contract-style killing. Initially held to update the media on the crime, journalists were stunned when instead, Babchenko himself walked out to addre...

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  • Thousands flee as Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire erupts again
Thousands flee as Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire erupts again

He also assured his closeness to the wounded and to those who are "working tirelessly to help the victims while asking the Lord to "bestow upon them all the gifts of solidarity, spiritual serenity and Christian hope". Hundreds have been injured, and the death toll is expected to continue to rise, as rescue workers have not been able to identify all...

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  • Melania Trump still hasn’t been seen after her hospital stay
Melania Trump still hasn’t been seen after her hospital stay

A CNBC reporter tweeted last week: 'Not that this will deter the conspiracy theorists, but I saw the First Lady walking with her aides in the West Wing yesterday afternoon'. "She is going to do this job her way", McBride said of Mrs. Trump. The group appeared headed for a family weekend, minus the first lady, at Camp David in Maryland's Catoctin ...

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  • Pope Francis praying for victims of Guatemala volcano
Pope Francis praying for victims of Guatemala volcano

The National Coordination for Disaster Reduction of Guatemala ( CONRED ) said as of 9:00 p.m. local time the death toll had risen to 69, and 653 people have moved into shelters, Xinhua reported . Officials also increased the death toll from Sunday's eruption to 75. It warned civil aviation authorities to closely monitor and take precautions rega...

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  • Crocodile kills pastor during mass baptism in Ethiopian lake
Crocodile kills pastor during mass baptism in Ethiopian lake

Lake Abaya turned red when a man-eating crocodile reportedly leapt from the murky waters and attacked Pastor Docho Eshete as he prepared to baptize 80 worshippers in Arba. "He baptised the first person and he passed on to another one", a local resident at the service, Ketema Kairo, told the BBC's Amharic language service.

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  • Scores more homes destroyed by lava flow on Hawaii's Big Island
Scores more homes destroyed by lava flow on Hawaii's Big Island

Video footage from a helicopter flying over the area showed two seaside homes engulfed in flames, as clouds of white steam and hydrochloric acid fumes billowed from the water where red-hot lava was pouring into the ocean. Authorities began evacuating the greater Kapoho area last week and ushered most of the last remaining residents to safety early ...

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  • United States and Top OAS Members Start Push to Suspend Venezuela
United States and Top OAS Members Start Push to Suspend Venezuela

In his remarks on Monday, Pompeo again condemned last month's elections that returned Maduro to power as a " sham " and said the government had "exhausted all options for dialogue". Last month, Pompeo raised concerns after Maduro expelled the top USA diplomat in Venezuela and his deputy for, he said, conspiring against Venezuela.

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  • Trump family goes on holiday, but where's Melania?
Trump family goes on holiday, but where's Melania?

She attended last year's G7 Summit in Italy. The group appeared headed for a family weekend, minus the first lady, at Camp David in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains. While Ivanka Trump took over the normal first lady duties this week, her role in the White House has been a point of scrutiny for critics. The spokesperson for Mrs.

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  • Syracuse man got $800K from China for United States defense secrets
Syracuse man got $800K from China for United States defense secrets

Ron Rockwell Hansen, 58 and retired from the US Defense Intelligence Agency, was taken into custody on Saturday at an airport en route to China, the Justice Department said. Hansen held a Top Secret clearance for many years, and signed several non-disclosure agreements during his tenure at DIA and as a government contractor.

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  • Lava and Ash from Fuego Volcano Kills 33 in Guatemala
Lava and Ash from Fuego Volcano Kills 33 in Guatemala

Volcan de Fuego, Spanish for "volcano of fire", exploded shortly after noon on Sunday. The airport's press office says the facility was reopened Monday after ash was cleared from the runway. Another victim was found in the streets of El Rodeo by volunteer firefighters and died in an ambulance. The Fuego Volcano in eruption , seen from Alotenan...

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  • Donald Trump's 'absolute right to pardon myself' does not exist
Donald Trump's 'absolute right to pardon myself' does not exist

The opinion does say that if a president were to declare himself temporarily unable to remain in office, the vice-president could take over as acting president and pardon the president . Christie would "be willing to do it as [a] volunteer", Giuliani said, according to The Post. Trump's attorney Rudy Guiliani claimed on Sunday that the Pres...

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  • Obit: Mother 'will not be missed'
Obit: Mother 'will not be missed'

The obituary ends with: "She passed away on May 31, 2018 in Springfield and will now face judgment". She married Dennis Dehmlow at St. Anne's in Wabasso in 1957 and had two children Gina and Jay. However, a few were dismayed at the obituary and admonished the Redwood Falls Gazette for publishing it.‏. Kathleen lived out her final year in a nu...

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