• Justin Trudeau Addresses Groping Accusation, Denies He Acted Inappropriately
Justin Trudeau Addresses Groping Accusation, Denies He Acted Inappropriately

In the statement, the writer also confirmed she was the reporter that was referred to in an editorial written in the local Creston Valley Advance 18 years ago. "I respect the fact that someone else might have experienced this differently", he said . "I had a good day that day", Trudeau told reporters in Regina, Saskatchewan.

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  • RCMP has arrested Jaskirat Sidhu in the Humboldt tragedy
RCMP has arrested Jaskirat Sidhu in the Humboldt tragedy

Sixteen people were killed and 13 others injured. A Calgary man is facing 29 criminal charges related to a fatal bus crash that involved the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team. Every piece of information was carefully examined. If convicted of risky operation of motor vehicle causing harm, he faces "upwards of 10 years", authorities said.

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  • Thai cave rescue: Former navy diver dies from lack of oxygen
Thai cave rescue: Former navy diver dies from lack of oxygen

Authorities are racing to pump water from the cave before more rains hit the northern region but the conditions may mean the boys have to undertake a risky dive themselves. "Even at funerals we listen to music and try to be happy", probably because Thai people are predominantly Buddhist, she says. The muddy bank where the boys are stranded is abo...

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  • Jordan waiting for Damascus' permission to supply humanitarian aid to Syria
Jordan waiting for Damascus' permission to supply humanitarian aid to Syria

Syrian rebel negotiators began a new round of talks with Russian officers on Tuesday over a peace deal in southern Syria under which they would hand over weapons and allow Russian military police to enter rebel-held towns, a rebel spokesman said.

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  • Man who challenged black family's use of pool loses job
Man who challenged black family's use of pool loses job

An officer asks what people typically need to get into the pool and is told there is a keycard. A video recorded by Edwards on July 4 and seen more than 4 million times on Facebook shows what happened after Bloom questioned whether she was allowed to be there.

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  • Trump names former Fox executive Bill Shine to communications job
Trump names former Fox executive Bill Shine to communications job

The brief White House statement noted that Shine "brings over two decades of television programming, communications, and management experience to the role". Life ... works in mysterious ways. "Congratulations to Bill Shine , whom I've known for years". The Be Fierce: Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back author's lawsuit later lead to Ai...

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  • Trump meeting with Dutch leader ahead of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting
Trump meeting with Dutch leader ahead of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting

Rutte responded by raising his eyebrows, laughing and cutting in to say, "no". "We will work something out". Trump fired back soon after on Twitter, addressing both leaders directly, saying they were charging "massive tariffs" on USA goods and had erected other trade barriers.

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  • South Syrian rebels agree surrender deal, Assad takes crossing
South Syrian rebels agree surrender deal, Assad takes crossing

Assad is also aiming to recover control of rebel-held areas of Quneitra province at the frontier with the Israei-occupied Golan Heights. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's goal is to recapture Syria's entire southwest, one of the last rebel strongholds in the country.

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  • Mahathir to discuss China mega-projects on August visit
Mahathir to discuss China mega-projects on August visit

The 688-km (428-mile) ECRL will connect the South China Sea off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia with the strategic shipping routes of the Straits of Malacca to the west. "The terms are very damaging to our economy", he said at the time. Mahathir's government has also axed a high-speed rail line to Singapore, deeming it too costly.

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  • Trump pressed aides on Venezuela invasion, US official says
Trump pressed aides on Venezuela invasion, US official says

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump pressed his top military aides about whether he could invade Venezuela during an Oval Office discussion a year ago. Trump's advisers said no, as did Latin American leaders with whom Trump also raised the idea, CNN said.

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  • Beryl becomes first hurricane of the Atlantic's 2018 season
Beryl becomes first hurricane of the Atlantic's 2018 season

Beryl can bring squally showers and thunderstorms to the Lesser Antilles on Sunday and Sunday night into Monday with the potential for 1-2 inches of rainfall with locally up to 3 inches possible. Current forecast take it into the Lesser Antilles by this weekend and along the Florida coast by next week. Forecasters say it is expected to fizzle quick...

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  • Toronto police continue search at Mallory Crescent property linked to Bruce McArthur
Toronto police continue search at Mallory Crescent property linked to Bruce McArthur

Just a few metres away, about 20 police and forensic workers used spades and trowels to scoop compost found in the ravine into large plastic buckets, hauling it down the hill to sieve-like tables where a pair of anthropologists sifted through the detritus.

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  • Texas mom shoots man who allegedly stole SUV with kids inside
Texas mom shoots man who allegedly stole SUV with kids inside

The mother, Michelle Booker-Hicks, was out of the auto paying for gas while her 2- and 4-year old sons sat in the vehicle's back seats. While Michelle Booker-Hicks was paying for her gas, she saw a man get into her vehicle with her two-year-old and four-year-old sons.

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  • IRGC Chief: Strait of Hormuz either for All or for None
IRGC Chief: Strait of Hormuz either for All or for None

Since Trump's shock move in May, Washington has warned other countries to end trade and investment in the Islamic republic and stop buying its oil from early November or face punitive measures. She didn't get into greater detail, but before the meeting German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas conceded that the treaty nations would not be able to compen...

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  • PM Trudeau says he sensed young woman
PM Trudeau says he sensed young woman "not entirely comfortable" with interaction

The editorial said Trudeau had "apologized - a day late - for inappropriately "handling" the reporter while she was on assignment". Asked about the matter during a public appearance in Toronto on Thursday, Mr. "If I apologised later then it would be because I sensed that she was not entirely comfortable with the interaction we had". Like I said, ...

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  • Calls for calm after French police killing sparks riots
Calls for calm after French police killing sparks riots

Aboubakar F. was under surveillance as part of a drug-trafficking investigation when he was stopped by police on Tuesday. Judicial police and a national watchdog which investigates claims of police wrongdoing are investigating to clarify "the facts and determine in what circumstances the policeman used his weapon ", said Pierre Sennes, public pr...

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  • United Kingdom nerve agent incident: what we know
United Kingdom nerve agent incident: what we know

The Metropolitan Police force said this morning that "following further tests of samples from the patients, we now know that they were exposed to the nerve agent after handling a contaminated item". Russian Federation has strongly denied any involvement on numerous occasions. Authorities initially thought the two had taken a contaminated b...

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  • Scott Pruitt, Embattled Environmental Protection Agency Chief, Resigns
Scott Pruitt, Embattled Environmental Protection Agency Chief, Resigns

Trump reportedly enjoyed Pruitt's presence too, and tried to ignore the constant barrage of news reports on his EPA chief's scandals, which ranged from excessive spending on flights to scrubbing his official calendar to hide controversial meetings .

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  • Maryam says she is ready to go to jail
Maryam says she is ready to go to jail

Talking to reporters in London, the 68-year-old three-time premier said he wants to hear the judgement in the case while standing in the courtroom where "I have endured more than 100 hearings with my daughter Maryam [Nawaz]". "The PML-N and the people of Pakistan reject the court's verdict", he said. Sharif had denounced the court proceedings aga...

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  • Hamas used fake dating apps to gain intel on Israeli soldiers
Hamas used fake dating apps to gain intel on Israeli soldiers

The intelligence officials also said that the majority of the troops didn't fall for the ploy by Hamas, and they reported being approached online to their supervisors in accordance with the IDF guidelines. Once embedded in a person's phone, the malware in the apps can read text messages, view visual content and other documentation stored on the...

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