• Woman sentenced to 18 years for kidnapping infant in 1998
Woman sentenced to 18 years for kidnapping infant in 1998

Williams, 52, has admitted she posed as a nurse in a Jacksonville hospital to steal tiny Kamiyah Mobley in 1998, just hours after she was born. Williams pled guilty in a SC courtroom to the charge in February and had accepted a plea agreement.

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  • Left-Wing Mayors Defy Populist Government, Inviting Banned Migrant Delivery Ships to Dock
Left-Wing Mayors Defy Populist Government, Inviting Banned Migrant Delivery Ships to Dock

The Maltese prime minister also expressed concern over the Italian authorities' directions given to the Acquarius vessel, adding that such policies contradicted global norms, and might lead to unsafe developments. In practical terms, no ships of this type will be able to land without cooperation of the Italian coastguard, which is under the direct ...

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  • Woman drove 2 children in pet kennels in Tennessee
Woman drove 2 children in pet kennels in Tennessee

Cheeks told police that she placed the children in the kennels, but she made sure to check on them periodically. The report also notes that the temperature "reached 95 degrees and there were no vents in the rear of the Ford Explorer". "It's very sad. Because it feels like hell right here now, it's very hot", said Nikita Blake who is Cheeks neig...

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  • Kim summit: North Korea hails 'new era' of relations with the US
Kim summit: North Korea hails 'new era' of relations with the US

Singapore is hosting this year's meetings of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, which has seen the US and China jockey for diplomatic influence in recent weeks. "And he has that opportunity, and he won't have that opportunity again", Trump said. Earlier Trump had said the meeting was a "one-time shot" for Kim.

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  • Iraq's parliament speaker calls for election rerun
Iraq's parliament speaker calls for election rerun

Images from the scene show thick plumes of smoke rising from the storage site, which contained votes from the al Rusafa district. "Election material, including maybe ballot boxes, were burned but most of the ballot boxes were stored in another building and have been preserved", interior ministry spokesperson General Saad Maan said.

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  • Daughter of US Envoy to Russia Apologizes for Calling Trump, Kim 'Dictators'
Daughter of US Envoy to Russia Apologizes for Calling Trump, Kim 'Dictators'

That was, perhaps, until she accidentally called him a dictator. It's likely that The Mooch was too busy fantasizing about photoshopping Steve Bannon into the Creature from the Black Lagoon , and thus, didn't even notice Trump was called a dictator on national Conservative television.

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  • China hosts Russia, Iran for summit as USA tensions rise
China hosts Russia, Iran for summit as USA tensions rise

The Skripals were in critical condition for weeks before recovering. Thanks to President Putin, bilateral ties have withstood the test of ever-changing worldwide situation, Xi said, noting the deepened political and strategic mutual trust, great progress in pragmatic cooperation in various fields, and the enhanced friendship between the two peopl...

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  • Trudeau-Trump trade meltdown threatens $80-billion in Canadian auto exports
Trudeau-Trump trade meltdown threatens $80-billion in Canadian auto exports

Explaining the USA president's actions, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said that Trudeau "really kind of stabbed us in the back". The prime minister also said Canada would " move forward with retaliatory measures on July 1, applying equivalent tariffs to the ones that Americans have unjustly applied to us".

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  • Trump withdraws endorsement of G7 joint statement, slams 'weak' Trudeau
Trump withdraws endorsement of G7 joint statement, slams 'weak' Trudeau

Yet the US President and his aides have lashed the leader of America's neighbour, longtime ally, Five Eyes member and G7 Summit host with language usually reserved for rogue nations just before the bombs begin to fall. Trump called his remarks " very dishonest and weak ", citing Canada's imposition of tariffs on dairy products. Appearing on CN...

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  • Trump, Kim arrive in Singapore ahead of high-stakes summit
Trump, Kim arrive in Singapore ahead of high-stakes summit

Kim's summit with Trump has captured intense global attention after a turn to diplomacy in recent months after serious fears of war past year amid North Korean nuclear and missile tests. "How dare they do so, they shouldn't", the official told Reuters later. Arriving on a plane loaned by China, Kim was also greeted by Balakrishnan.

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  • Dem Lawmaker Sides with Donald Trump in Feud with Justin Trudeau
Dem Lawmaker Sides with Donald Trump in Feud with Justin Trudeau

Trudeau's office responded to Trump's tweets with a written statement , saying the prime minister's comments in public and in private with Trump were "nothing he hasn't said before" and that he was "focused on everything we accomplished here at the G-7 summit".

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  • Pizza delivery man granted emergency stay against deportation
Pizza delivery man granted emergency stay against deportation

Jennifer Williams, Villavicencio's Legal Aid Society lawyer, said at a news conference Friday that she filed a motion to stop his removal and to allow Villavicencio to pursue legal residency through his wife, who is a US citizen. They actually know me and the sergeant knows me for some time doing delivery, ' he said. Villavicencio, the father of ...

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  • War of words erupts between USA and G7 allies
War of words erupts between USA and G7 allies

Within minutes of the official release of the document, Trump attacked Trudeau on Twitter over what he described as the prime minister's "false statements" during the closing news conference - and the president announced the us would no longer endorse the communique .

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  • U.S. has recalled two diplomats from Cuba because of the
U.S. has recalled two diplomats from Cuba because of the "mysterious injuries"

But President Donald Trump and other US officials have accused Cuba of having targeted USA personnel with some kind of "acoustic sonic weapon" for unknown reasons, an allegation the Cuban government has forcefully denied . Hua Chunying, spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Relations, recalled that from the first report on the mysterious sonic a...

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  • Putin would be ready to host G7 in Moscow
Putin would be ready to host G7 in Moscow

Speaking from China where Putin was attending a regional security summit, Peskov said that in their last telephone conversation on March 20 the Russian and USA leaders had also mentioned possibly meeting in Vienna. "It wasn't us who left", he said. Our colleagues once refused to come to Russian Federation due to well-known reasons. "We will be ...

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  • Trump trades easy banter with allies but differences persist
Trump trades easy banter with allies but differences persist

In a remarkable appearance on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday morning, Trump economic adviser Larry Kudlow made Trudeau sound like a dictator, and tied Trump's bullying behavior to his imminent meeting in Singapore - though, as always with Trump, impulsive rage was likely more a cause of his behavior than any strategy.

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  • China's export growth held up well in May, imports rise 26%
China's export growth held up well in May, imports rise 26%

China's trade performance has got off to a strong start this year, supported by sustained demand at home and overseas. China's Commerce Ministry says that the country does not want trade frictions with the United States to escalate, and that some specific progress was made in the latest round of talks last weekend, Reuters reports .

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  • Trump may pardon 3,000 people, including boxer Muhammad Ali
Trump may pardon 3,000 people, including boxer Muhammad Ali

The boxer refused to be inducted into the U.S. Army in 1967 during the Vietnam War, claiming conscientious objector status, and was sentenced to five years in prison. Analysts believe Trump's newfound enthusiasm for exercising pardoning power is because it's a presidential privilege unchecked by other branches of government, which can not be said...

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  • Trump adviser says Trudeau 'stabbed us in the back' at G7 summit
Trump adviser says Trudeau 'stabbed us in the back' at G7 summit

To many observers the photograph, a rare glimpse of diplomatic activity not wreathed in smiles and handshakes, seemed both a summation of the effect of Trump's "America first" foreign policy and the flawless pictorial accompaniment to a tense couple of days in Canada .

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  • The Queen has successful cataract operation
The Queen has successful cataract operation

Cataract surgery has become quite common and often helps people suffering from blurry vision. Queen Elizabeth II donned sunglasses at Epsom Downs racecourse in Surrey on June 2, 2018, after cataract surgery. However, the Queen Mother stayed overnight when she had the operation. The last time Queen Elizabeth was in hospital was in 2013 at...

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