• Baby dead in US Tornado, dozens hurt
Baby dead in US Tornado, dozens hurt

The Red Cross is opening a resource center at the Watford City Civic Center for individuals and families affected by the storm, which will be open from 9 a.m.to 7 p.m. Schwartzenberger describes the setting as a "tornado scene" and says it "devastated an entire community". He said the park would then be shut down and that cleanup operations would...

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  • China Jolted by US Tariffs on Chinese Imports
China Jolted by US Tariffs on Chinese Imports

The latest move suggests that Trump - who in March declared that " trade wars are good and easy to win" - may be compromising on his pledge to spare consumers from the pain. In the same city, Shenzhen BCLH Science & Technology Co. chose to forgo a price rise to cover the tariffs, and effectively cut United States profits to near zero, in the hop...

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  • Egypt explosion: Twelve hurt in blast near Cairo airport
Egypt explosion: Twelve hurt in blast near Cairo airport

A massive explosion has occurred in the vicinity of Cairo International Airport. Local media reported several injuries, but no deaths. The airport itself was not affected by the blast and there were no immediate reports of casualties. IT is believed to have been caused by fuel tanks. Though there isn't any official information yet, some specula...

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  • Typhoon Maria barrels into China after hitting Taiwan
Typhoon Maria barrels into China after hitting Taiwan

More than 6,800 people are on standby for rescue missions or to fix damage. Authorities in the coastal province have ordered all fishing boats to return to harbour by Tuesday noon and workers at offshore fish farms were required to return to land by 6pm, according to Xinhua News .

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  • Returning to Pakistan 'whether I'm taken to prison or gallows': Nawaz Sharif
Returning to Pakistan 'whether I'm taken to prison or gallows': Nawaz Sharif

Nawaz Sharif's brother Shahbaz Sharif, who is the president of the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), is expected to lead a rally to Lahore's Allama Iqbal International Airport to receive the two, Dawn reported. On Wednesday, Maryam said that the nation would soon make its decision to change the fate of the country. " WE ARE WINNING " Sharif's...

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  • Thai cave rescue: Father dies after hero doctor's successful mission
Thai cave rescue: Father dies after hero doctor's successful mission

The "Wild Boars" football team got stuck inside the cave on June 23 after flooding caused by heavy monsoon rains blocked the entrance. "I want this warm hug once again", his widow Valeepoan said on Instagram , posting a photo of her and Saman embracing.

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  • Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont can be extradited, say judges
Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont can be extradited, say judges

Germany would only extradite the former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont to Spain on a charge of misuse of public funds, not the more serious charge of rebellion, a court has ruled. The current Catalan regional premier, Quim Torra, a hard-line supporter of Catalan independence, was quick to voice his reaction to the news via Twitter.

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  • Trump rails against Germany, demands allies double North Atlantic Treaty Organisation spending
Trump rails against Germany, demands allies double North Atlantic Treaty Organisation spending

Trump said he had been "extremely unhappy" with allies' low levels of defense spending before the summit, but was pleased "they have substantially upped their commitment " during a "fantastic" unscheduled crisis meeting on Thursday morning.

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  • Border Patrol: New York Mayor Illegally Crossed U.S.-Mexico Border
Border Patrol: New York Mayor Illegally Crossed U.S.-Mexico Border

Mayor de Blasio visited the border on June 21 and the letter written by border patrol was sent to the New York Police Commissioner James O'Neill on June 25. De Blasio, a Democrat, visited the border with about 20 other mayors the day after President Donald Trump signed an order stopping family separations at the border.

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  • House Committees Will Interview Lisa Page This Week
House Committees Will Interview Lisa Page This Week

Jeffress said she received a message from the Department of Justice at 11 p.m. on Tuesday night granting Page's request to review documents related to the investigation. President. After the Clinton probe ended and Trump won the election, both Strzok and Page joined, for a short time, the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in...

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  • Dancing FBI agent, accused in backflip gunfire incident, can carry weapon again
Dancing FBI agent, accused in backflip gunfire incident, can carry weapon again

Bishop was charged with second-degree assault last month after he accidentally shot a man at a Denver nightclub. Bishop's lawyer, David Goddard, told Judge Fran Simonet that the Federal Bureau of Investigation strongly encourages its agents to carry the service weapons when they are not working.

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  • Officer resigns after dispute over Puerto Rican shirt
Officer resigns after dispute over Puerto Rican shirt

Eventually the first officer on the scene takes notes of Irizarry's account of the incident and says that he was at the scene due to the separate incident, noting that she was not being attacked though acknowledging she felt threatened. County Commissioner Luis Arroyo Jr. said at a news conference that Officer Patrick Connor "embarrassed many o...

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  • Dozens Still Missing In Japan Floods As Death Toll Reaches 176
Dozens Still Missing In Japan Floods As Death Toll Reaches 176

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who cancelled a foreign trip as the death toll rose this week, brushed aside criticism of the response during a trip to Okayama on Wednesday. "We did not realize it was becoming such a big deal". A helicopter flies over Mabi town which was flooded by the heavy rain in Kurashiki , Okayama Prefecture, Japan, in this phot...

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  • Firefighter Death Reported Following Explosion in Wisconsin Town
Firefighter Death Reported Following Explosion in Wisconsin Town

We will keep on building on this. Posted July 11, 2018, 5:05 a.m. Sun Prairie, a community of about 30,000, was shaken by a blast about 7:15 p.m. that sent a large plume of smoke and flames rising from the downtown area. The Red Cross assisted evacuees at a shelter set up at Sun Prairie High School. Police said they were called to the area a...

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  • Second suspect arrested in fatal shooting of rapper XXXTentacion
Second suspect arrested in fatal shooting of rapper XXXTentacion

The sheriff's office didn't say whether it is accusing Boatwright or the other man of killing Onfroy. Just before 4 p.m. June 18, Boatwright and another armed accomplice confronted Onfroy in an apparent robbery as he was leaving RIVA Motorsports in Deerfield Beach, the sheriff's office said.

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  • Nearly a dozen passengers rescued after plane crashes on Alaska island
Nearly a dozen passengers rescued after plane crashes on Alaska island

There are reports the plane was one of the sightseeing flights that are popular in the region. Update | All 11 people from the single-engine plane were rescued by the U.S. Troopers said he reported the crash. Two Sitka Jayhawk helicopter crews initially responded to reports of the crash before noon with six Ketchikan Volunteer Rescue Squad heli...

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  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Causes Fatal Injuries in Newark
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Causes Fatal Injuries in Newark

Tameka Hargrave's husband found her body in the garage on Monday, July 9, 2018. The sources said they believed Hargrave had been paying the man to fix her vehicle by having sex with him. "As I tried to step to open the last garage door, I see the mechanic; he's laid out", Johnson told WABC . "I don't know what I'm going to do without her", her m...

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  • 4% of GDP: Trump pushes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to double military spending
4% of GDP: Trump pushes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to double military spending

That outburst prompted NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg to ask Ukraine and Georgia to leave the room and, in a closed session, to try to get the carefully-choreographed summit back on track. Dr. Claudia Major, a researcher at the German Institute for International Security affairs, said that Germany, in particular, does more for the alli...

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  • Strzok says Trump's attacks on Gold Star family prompted texts
Strzok says Trump's attacks on Gold Star family prompted texts

Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), the chairman presiding over the joint committee hearing, tried to force Strzok to answer the question from Gowdy regarding the number of witnesses interviewed as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into President Donald Trump's campaign last summer.

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  • North Korea didn't show up at meeting with U.S.
North Korea didn't show up at meeting with U.S.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may have been too busy visiting a potato farm to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , Pyongyang's state media implied Tuesday. The Thursday talk was scheduled to begin in the morning with officials of the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.N. Command Security Battalion and North Korea, Newsis reported .

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