• Giuliani: 'The President Is Not Going to Issue Pardons' in Russia Investigation
Giuliani: 'The President Is Not Going to Issue Pardons' in Russia Investigation

Giuliani, who joined President Trump's legal team in April, told CNN's "State of the Union" that former FBI Director Robert Mueller did not necessarily do anything wrong but that the probe he leads has become unethical and possibly illegal - calling for an investigation into its origins.

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  • Greece and Macedonia sign agreement on name change
Greece and Macedonia sign agreement on name change

Once ratified by the countries' respective parliaments and confirmed by a referendum in Macedonia by the end of the year, the agreement will also enable the landlocked state to eventually join the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

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  • Figures show about 2000 minors separated from families
Figures show about 2000 minors separated from families

A protest in Los Angeles earlier this month against the US government's policy to separate children from their parents trying to cross the US-Mexico border illegally. "Separating babies from their mothers is not the answer and is immoral", he said . On Thursday, Sessions cited the Bible in defending his policy, arguing the recent criticism...

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  • Border patrol chase ends in deadly crash, at least five killed
Border patrol chase ends in deadly crash, at least five killed

Authorities believe the driver and one passenger are U.S. citizens and the 12 other passengers were undocumented immigrants, Boyd said. In all, 14 people were inside the SUV, including the driver and passenger, according to the sheriff. The sheriff said he didn't know where the immigrants were from. "There needs to be sensors". According to News ...

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  • Trump says it's 'possible' he'll meet with Putin this summer
Trump says it's 'possible' he'll meet with Putin this summer

The Crimean issue is closed for Russia, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Friday. While Trump and Putin have met before on the sidelines of global forums, the preliminary discussions of a one-on-one summit are shining a new light on the complicated relationship between the leaders.

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  • Pro-EU MPs furious after Theresa May tables EU Withdrawal Bill amendments
Pro-EU MPs furious after Theresa May tables EU Withdrawal Bill amendments

Dominic Grieve , the leading Conservative Remainer, admitted he and his pro-European colleagues could end Mrs May's premiership as a row over Parliament's role in Brexit negotiations continued to intensify. Signalling rebels will seek to remove the unamendable nature of the government's proposal, she tweeted: "Would be amusing if only it wasn't...

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  • Putin invites 'comrade' Kim Jong Un to visit Russian Federation
Putin invites 'comrade' Kim Jong Un to visit Russian Federation

Trump said . Trump drew renewed criticism this week when he appeared to praise Kim. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Trump in Singapore last week. Trump and Kim had signed an agreement at the end of their summit in which they pledged to open a new chapter of relations, establish peace and work towards North Korea's complete ...

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  • Afghan Soldiers And Taliban Celebrate Eid In Unprecedented Ceasefire
Afghan Soldiers And Taliban Celebrate Eid In Unprecedented Ceasefire

His main backers, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and America, said their own forces would honour Mr Ghani's wishes. The government's ceasefire was due to end Tuesday. Bati Kot is on the highway connecting the Nangarhar provincial capital of Jalalabad with Torkham, one of the major border crossings into Pakistan, which has always been a...

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  • Almost 2000 migrant children separated from their families at US-Mexico border
Almost 2000 migrant children separated from their families at US-Mexico border

The CBC's Wendy Mesley speaks with Natalia Cornelio, director of criminal justice reform for Texas Civil Rights Project, about the stories she's hearing from parents. About a quarter of arrests were families travelling with children. In addition to those trying to cross on their own, large crowds of immigrants are gathered at border crossings e...

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  • Kilauea volcano destroys 467 Hawaiian homes, officials say
Kilauea volcano destroys 467 Hawaiian homes, officials say

A large natural disaster struck the summit of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano for the fourth day in a row on Thursday morning. In early May, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, Kilauwe, located on Big Island, is the largest island in the island of Hawaii.

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  • French Europhile Macron Set To Meet Italy's New Populist PM Conte
French Europhile Macron Set To Meet Italy's New Populist PM Conte

Migrants rest on the deck of MV Aquarius, a search and rescue ship run in partnership between SOS Mediterranee and Medecins Sans Frontieres on their way to Spain, June 13, 2018. When Italy turned the rescue ship away from its ports with 629 refugees aboard earlier this week, French President Emmanuel Macron was quick to criticize: "If the French co...

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  • Spain rescues more than 900 boat migrants, finds four bodies
Spain rescues more than 900 boat migrants, finds four bodies

The first group of migrants, which included 274 people, arrived to the Spanish port at approximately 7:30 a.m. Sunday local time (1:30 a.m. ET) on board the Italian Coast Guard ship "Dattilo". Meanwhile the new prime minister in Spain, Pedro Sanchez, welcomed the migrants as he vowed to avoid a "humanitarian catastrophe". Spain's new Socialist go...

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  • Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe
Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe

Manafort, who had been previously living under house arrest, is facing a new round of allegations which accuse him of using various encrypted forms of communication to contact other witnesses in the Mueller probe for the objective of tampering with their testimony.

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  • Morocco to Celebrate Eid Al Fitr Friday: Ministry
Morocco to Celebrate Eid Al Fitr Friday: Ministry

While the final tally wasn't available late Friday afternoon, he said an estimated 5,000 people turned out for the Regina gathering, with the communal prayer shortly after 8:30 a.m. Sixteen years later, the crowd celebrating Eid - and the Islamic community in Saskatoon - has become much larger. They also exchange gifts with friends and families.

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  • President Trump Has Some Awfully Kind Words For Kim Jong Un
President Trump Has Some Awfully Kind Words For Kim Jong Un

Predictably, Trump is being scourged for this. Winston Churchill despised communism and Josef Stalin. Both gushed over "Uncle Joe". And yesterday, the president told "Fox & Friends" he's the head of a country and, I mean, he's the strong head.

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  • IG Faults Comey's Judgement, But Sees No Bias
IG Faults Comey's Judgement, But Sees No Bias

Since Horowitz's report criticizes Comey , Trump's claim is superficially plausible. In particular it called Comey's actions in the case "insubordinate" in relation to his decision to make a public announcement in July 2016, in the heat of a presidential campaign, recommending against prosecuting Clinton.

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  • Taxi runs into crowd in central Moscow, injuring eight
Taxi runs into crowd in central Moscow, injuring eight

One injured woman was in serious but not critical condition, according to Interfax, citing a medical source. The agency that monitors Moscow's traffic safety said the driver is a citizen of the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan who told police that the crash was not intentional.

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  • New Delhi orders construction halt as pollution levels soar
New Delhi orders construction halt as pollution levels soar

Delhi , already struggling with air pollution seems to be doing not too well with the heat that summers bring. The PM2.5 level (presence of particles with diameter less than 2.5 mm) that deteriorated from "very poor" to "severe" showed improvement today at 164 in Delhi region and 162 in Delhi-NCR, the CPCB data said.

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  • Iran condemns assault on Yemeni port
Iran condemns assault on Yemeni port

In a statement, he held the U.S. and Britain responsible for the Saudi-backed attack on the vital port city. The U.N. Security Council is again calling for the key Yemeni ports of Hodeida and Saleef to be kept open and reiterating support for a political solution as the only way to end Yemen's three-year conflict.

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  • Merkel, allies heading for showdown over immigration policy
Merkel, allies heading for showdown over immigration policy

Merkel objects to the part of the plan which allows German authorities to reject migrants who reach its borders, drawn by Germany's vaunted prosperity and stability, after having previously registered in other European Union states to the south.

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