• England legends react to reaching World Cup semi-finals
England legends react to reaching World Cup semi-finals

England are through to the semi-finals of the World Cup for the first time in almost three decades after a triumphant 2-0 win over Sweden . Croatia lie in wait at the Luzhniki Stadium on Wednesday, with manager Southgate telling his players to seize this opportunity of a generation.

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  • U.S. service member killed in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan
U.S. service member killed in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan

Two more troops were wounded in the apparent attack July 7 according to an announcement from Resolute Support public affairs. "The incident is under investigation". The term "insider attack" refers to attacks carried out against US military personnel by the Afghan troops they are training or advising. Officials said the incident is being investig...

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  • Dershowitz Mocked For Criticizing Anti-Trump 'McCarthyism' On Martha's Vineyard
Dershowitz Mocked For Criticizing Anti-Trump 'McCarthyism' On Martha's Vineyard

He's repeatedly said that the investigation shouldn't have a special counsel and that not enough evidence existed to prove collusion between Russian Federation and Trump's campaign. Dershowitz even told Tucker Carlson last night that he'll wait to see if Scarborough has "the guts" to have him on "so I can tell his viewers the truth".

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  • Leaders of Germany, Hungary exchange barbs on migration
Leaders of Germany, Hungary exchange barbs on migration

Merkel made the remarks at a joint press conference after a meeting with the visiting Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Undocumented migrants at the German border with Austria who have travelled to Europe via Greece or Italy must be returned to either Athens and Rome accordingly, German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Thursd...

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  • Manafort Held in Solitary Confinement 23 Hours a Day
Manafort Held in Solitary Confinement 23 Hours a Day

The lawyers say that while the Washington region ranks first in the nation in households with computers and Internet access, "Roanoke is the 70th largest media outlet in the United States and 38 percent of households in Roanoke lack broadband compared to 3 percent in Northern Virginia".

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  • Pennsylvania judge one of four Supreme Court finalist
Pennsylvania judge one of four Supreme Court finalist

She was appointed in 2017 by President Trump . Trump said he was honored that Kennedy chose to retire during his term. Both Kethledge and Gorsuch once served Kennedy as law clerks, as did Kavanaugh. "They are generally conservative". Kethledge is an originalist and a textualist, meaning that he is committed to interpreting the constitution as...

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  • New wildfires sweep through California, burning homes
New wildfires sweep through California, burning homes

A fast-moving wildfire is burning a handful of homes in San Diego County . The area is north of where the Thomas Fire raged last December - that blaze destroyed more than 1,000 buildings in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties . The areas of concern include the Pacific Crest Trail, Mount Ashland and the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Nor...

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  • One death reported in latest Nicaraguan violence
One death reported in latest Nicaraguan violence

Three people were killed in fresh clashes in Nicaragua on Friday as the United States sanctioned the Central American country's police chief and two other top officials over rights abuses and corruption. Ortega's brother, a former military chief, urged the embattled leader to move up elections to avoid more bloodshed, according to a letter releas...

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  • Trump’s Mar-a-Lago wants to hire 61 foreign workers
Trump’s Mar-a-Lago wants to hire 61 foreign workers

These so-called H-2B visas are only issued if employers can prove that there aren't enough " able, willing, qualified and available " American workers to perform the jobs in question, and demonstrate that the arrival of foreign workers "will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of similarly employed US workers, according to the ...

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

Martin and St. Barthelemy. Sunday is the day when it will most likely move through the easternmost islands of the Caribbean. This tiny hurricane is now located over 850 miles east-southeast of the Windward Islands, moving westward. Amy Parker DeSorbo, director of St. George Village Botanical Gardens, encouraged St. Croix residents to attend Man...

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  • 15 dead, 50 reported missing as heavy floods hit Japan
15 dead, 50 reported missing as heavy floods hit Japan

The death toll from record downpours in Japan jumped to at least 20, with more than 1.9 million people ordered to evacuate on Saturday, as heavy rain continued to strike large areas in the west of the country. Intense rainfall triggered huge landslides and flash floods in Hiroshima, Ehime, Okayama, Kyoto and other regions, while hampering rescue ...

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  • Arrested Statue of Liberty Climber Identified as Congolese National
Arrested Statue of Liberty Climber Identified as Congolese National

The dramatic climb came hours after several other demonstrators had hung a banner on the statue's pedestal and had been arrested. Okoumou , 44, is a native of the Democratic Republic of Congo but now resides in Staten Island and has lived in New York for roughly a decade, according to New York Daily News .

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  • North Korea slams 'regrettable' U.S. attitude at nuclear talks
North Korea slams 'regrettable' U.S. attitude at nuclear talks

North Korea, however, said the "attitude" of the USA was "regrettable" and not in the spirit of the June 12 summit in Singapore between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un . Mr Pompeo said he "slept just fine". That change raised suspicion that the U.S. was softening its demands for the country, an argument that Stat...

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  • Nun held for selling baby to childless couple
Nun held for selling baby to childless couple

Police also recovered Rs. 1.4 lakhs from the centre, which is located in Jharkhand's capital, Ranchi . Neither the charity, nor the Child Welfare Committee, responded to a request for comment. The Missionaries of Charity organization said it was also investigating the charges, insisted it never charged a fee for adoptions, and said that, in an...

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  • Cal Fire: One killed in Klamathon Fire burning in Siskiyou County
Cal Fire: One killed in Klamathon Fire burning in Siskiyou County

The name of the deceased has not yet been released. The Statesman Journal reported that the flames had spread across 5,000 acres by the evening. An evacuation order is in effect for Klamathon Road from I-5 to ager and all Hornbrook City all the way to and including Hilt /Colestein Valley.

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  • North Korea talks: Both sides seek to 'clarify' details
North Korea talks: Both sides seek to 'clarify' details

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , bottom left, and Kim Yong-chol, top right, North Korean senior ruling party official and former intelligence chief, meet at the Park Hwa Guest House in Pyongyang . "security guarantees" and peace in the decades-old stand-off. Speaking to reporters before leaving North Korea, Mr Pompeo said he spent "a good de...

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  • Pruitt Out: The Tumultuous Road That Led to EPA Chief's Resignation
Pruitt Out: The Tumultuous Road That Led to EPA Chief's Resignation

Flooded Thai farmers support rescue effort: With more rain coming, Thai rescuers are racing to pump out water from a flooded cave before they can extract 12 boys and their soccer coach with minimum risk. But already, a new fight is brewing, acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler was a coal lobbyist with close ties to the energy industry who has...

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  • Oil markets tense as United States and China on brink of trade war
Oil markets tense as United States and China on brink of trade war

Negotiations between the two countries petered out with the Chinese accusing the US of blackmail. "The global trade conflict is at risk of a serious escalation", said Adam Slater of Oxford Economics in a report. Mr Trump said: "You have another 16 [billion dollars] in two weeks, and then, as you know, we have $200bn in abeyance and then after t...

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  • Sven-Goran Eriksson says England are benefitting from playing without
Sven-Goran Eriksson says England are benefitting from playing without "enormous pressure"

However, they will be buoyed by the fact England have not kept a clean sheet at the tournament despite playing Tunisia and Panama in their opening two games. They were booed in their last couple of games - that's the fickle nature of football ", said Potter. " Sweden don't have a Kane, Sterling or a Neymar".

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  • Experienced Navy SEAL diver dies during Thai cave rescue operation
Experienced Navy SEAL diver dies during Thai cave rescue operation

Thai ex-Navy SEAL Saman Kunan died Friday morning after running out of oxygen on his way back from delivering oxygen tanks to the cave where the team is located, according to CNN . Officials prefer to get the boys out as soon as possible because heavy rain is expected by Saturday. Experienced divers are wary of taking out the boys through the ...

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