• Apple US fined $9 million for misleading some Australian customers
Apple US fined $9 million for misleading some Australian customers

Via its United States website, customer service calls, and Apple Australia in-store staffers, the tech giant had then told at least 275 customers between February 2015 and February 2016 that they were ineligible to remedies if their phone or tablet had been repaired by a third-party store.

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  • North Korea's Kim Jong-un makes state visit to China
North Korea's Kim Jong-un makes state visit to China

Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un last week in Singapore . The United States and South Korea have agreed to suspend a joint military exercise scheduled for August, South Korean and U.S. Rather than use a North Korean plane to reach the Singapore summit, Kim used an Air China plane that was lent to him. The news agency reporte...

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  • Tesla Model 3 production has been sabotaged, according to CNC ars_ab.settitle(1333565)
Tesla Model 3 production has been sabotaged, according to CNC ars_ab.settitle(1333565)

Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an email at 11:57 p.m. on Sunday to his employees alleging an employee "had conducted extensive and damaging sabotage to our operations", according to CNBC , which obtained a copy of the memo. Tesla can ill afford manufacturing setbacks now. The company's forecasts for generating profit and cash in the third and four...

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  • Greece, Macedonia ink pact to change ex-Yugoslav republic's name
Greece, Macedonia ink pact to change ex-Yugoslav republic's name

Macedonia and Greece signed a historic deal on June 17 to solve the bitter name dispute between the two countries, despite fierce resistance by opposition parties in both countries. Under the terms of the agreement the two governments have reached, the northern neighbor of Greece will be renamed "Republic of North Macedonia" in exchange for Greece ...

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  • Pentagon suspends August military drills with South Korea
Pentagon suspends August military drills with South Korea

Kim could ask for a withdrawal of or a reduction in US forces in South Korea - a longstanding goal in Pyongyang . Citing an unnamed government source, the South Korean news agency said the suspension was likely to affect only major joint exercises, not more routine military training.

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  • In Australia brutally raped and killed famous comedian
In Australia brutally raped and killed famous comedian

The 22-year-old's body was found by a passer-by in Princes Park at North Carlton about 3am Wednesday. Although not widely known, Ms Dixon has been remembered as a talented comedian at the start of her career. Police released a statement clarifying their position after Saturday's community event. This article discusses sexual assault. It emerg...

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  • Dershowitz: Trump Has to Stop 'Separating Parents From Children'
Dershowitz: Trump Has to Stop 'Separating Parents From Children'

Interested in Immigration? Add Immigration as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Immigration news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Mr Trump himself said he "hates to see separation of parents and children" but blamed it on Democrats for pursuing a "horrible and cruel legislative agenda".

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  • Trump Keeps Lying About His Administration's Family Separation Strategy
Trump Keeps Lying About His Administration's Family Separation Strategy

Bush administration. Inside the Trump administration , current and former officials say, there is considerable unease about the policy, which is regarded by some charged with carrying it out as unfeasible in practice and questionable morally.

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  • German MP predicts Merkel could be ousted end of next week
German MP predicts Merkel could be ousted end of next week

In addressing further combating the migration crisis, Merkel noted Germany would bar migrants who are already registered in other European nations. He said his country will present proposals to revamp the EU's asylum laws at the European Union summit on 28 June.

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  • Homeland Security chief defends separating families at border
Homeland Security chief defends separating families at border

Realising the emotional resonance of the issue, House Republican leaders inserted a provision to block the Department of Homeland Security from separating parents and children in an immigration bill expected to be debated this week. Nielsen says agents are not acting cruelly, but are enforcing the laws passed by Congress. Former first lady L...

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  • Border Patrol investigating video of BP vehicle allegedly hitting man
Border Patrol investigating video of BP vehicle allegedly hitting man

Remes claims that the vehicle didn't stop even after hitting him, and that the agent driver didn't check to see if he was okay. A police mobile hurtles towards him and then hits him. He said a 34-year-old member of the tribe, whom he didn't identify, had visited a health care facility for non-life threatening injuries and had since been released.

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  • Seventeen killed in nightclub stampede in Venezuela
Seventeen killed in nightclub stampede in Venezuela

A person activated a tear gas grenade inside the club, while 500 people were at the party. Images circulated on Twitter showed shoes scattered outside what appeared to be the club and people embracing one another, some wiping away tears.

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  • Melania Trump says USA should govern 'with heart' on immigration
Melania Trump says USA should govern 'with heart' on immigration

President Donald Trump repeated a false claim that Democrats are behind his administration's "zero-tolerance" policy that separates families at the US-Mexico border. Gutierrez, one of Trump's sharpest congressional critics who is not running for re-election, said he and other colleagues hope to visit some of the children who were separated from t...

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  • Texas deputy charged with sexual assault of undocumented immigrant's child
Texas deputy charged with sexual assault of undocumented immigrant's child

Nunez, who was off duty at the time of his arrest, is accused of inappropriately touching the young girl's genitals on numerous occasions causing " at least some indication of minor injury " at her residence. And to ensure that the mother can not be deported immediately back to her home country of Guatemala, the sheriff's office is working on getti...

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  • Trump orders establishment of 'space force' as 6th branch of military
Trump orders establishment of 'space force' as 6th branch of military

He told them he was thinking about creating a "Space Force" similar to the US Air Force - the audience chuckled. "Separate, but equal - it is going to be something". Retired Air Force Lieutenant General Dave Deptula, dean of the Air Force Association-founded Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies, described the decision to create a Space Force ...

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  • China to retaliate after U.S. imposes tariffs on $50 billion in imports
China to retaliate after U.S. imposes tariffs on $50 billion in imports

Indeed, the numbers appear identical. "The United States will pursue additional tariffs if China engages in retaliatory measures, such as imposing new tariffs on United States goods, services, or agricultural products; raising non-tariff barriers; or taking punitive actions against American exporters or American companies operating in China",...

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  • House GOPers Will Confront Trump About Separating Families At The Border
House GOPers Will Confront Trump About Separating Families At The Border

Passage of the bill could alienate conservatives and depress turnout at a time when enthusiasm among Democrats is high. That's according to a senior White House official speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the president's thinking...

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  • United States denies report of coalition airstrike on Syria
United States denies report of coalition airstrike on Syria

An Iraqi paramilitary force on Monday accused the United States of America of killing 22 of its fighters in an overnight air raid just inside Syria's border with Iraq that a monitor said left dozens dead. Central Command spokesman, told Reuters . US forces are also based in Tanf, southwest of Albu Kamal in the Syrian desert near the borders of I...

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  • Van Crashes Into Crowd At Dutch Music Festival, Killing 1
Van Crashes Into Crowd At Dutch Music Festival, Killing 1

Early this morning, a vehicle on the public road (Mensheggerweg) hit four people. The incident took place at Pinkpop, a three-day festival in Landgraaf in the south of the country, at about 04:00 (02:00 GMT) on Monday. Ambulances, including a helicopter, were sent to the scene, RTL news reported, and there was also a heavy police presence. A fe...

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  • The U.S.’s long history of separating families of color
The U.S.’s long history of separating families of color

According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, more than 650 children were separated from their parents at the U.S. -Mexico border during a two-week period in May. "Romans 13 is a text that brutal and unjust governments have misappropriated for centuries". Pressure has built from some conservative quarters including the evangelical community.

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