• North Atlantic Treaty Organisation officially ready to accept Macedonia into the Alliance
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation officially ready to accept Macedonia into the Alliance

It was not immediately clear if they already departed. Representatives of Russian Federation, according to the Greek authorities, tried scrutinise in the internal Affairs of the country. None of the reports said whether the expulsions had actually taken place, although the Greek spokesman suggested some kind of action had been taken. Some Russi...

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  • Vladmir Putin is a 'pipsqueak' in US-Russia relations: Bill Browder
Vladmir Putin is a 'pipsqueak' in US-Russia relations: Bill Browder

Wrapping up talks with fellow leaders of the 29-nation trans-Atlantic alliance, Trump reaffirmed support for NATO , but only after stirring more discord with a vague threat that the United States could go its own way if the allies resisted his demands for additional military spending, capping a summit meeting punctuated by his escalating complai...

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  • US Charges 12 Russian Intelligence Officers for Hacking DNC, Running DCLeaks
US Charges 12 Russian Intelligence Officers for Hacking DNC, Running DCLeaks

Russia has denied the hacking, and Trump has said in the past that he believed that Vladimir Putin was telling the truth when the Russian president told him his country was not behind the hacks. And despite repeated warnings from our nation's top intelligence and military leaders, the Kremlin's efforts to weaken our institutions have continued ...

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  • Trump Unloads On NATO & Germany At Summit
Trump Unloads On NATO & Germany At Summit

He asked Stoltenberg to explain why Berlin was getting energy from Moscow, and asserted that Germany was "totally controlled" by and " captive to Russia " over a pipeline project. "I myself experienced that a part of Germany that was controlled by the Soviet Union, and I am very happy today that we are united in freedom as the Federal Republic of G...

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  • Cops use coin flip to decide whether to arrest
Cops use coin flip to decide whether to arrest

Webb was caught allegedly speeding past a police cruiser in Georgia and was pulled over. Noting the pavement was wet, Brown made a decision to add a charge of reckless driving, but both noted Wilson did not have speed detection in her vehicle or tickets.

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  • Donald Trump apologises to Theresa May after explosive newspaper interview
Donald Trump apologises to Theresa May after explosive newspaper interview

More anti-Trump protests are taking place Saturday in other parts of Scotland, including one with some 10,000 people in Edinburgh. Organisers claimed 250,000 people turned out for the huge demonstration in London . In the interview, Trump said he would have done Brexit "much differently". In the article, published just hours before the two ...

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  • Thai soccer team and coach to be discharged from hospital next week
Thai soccer team and coach to be discharged from hospital next week

At the first training session since their teammates went missing in a Thai cave , the remaining "Wild Boars" said they can not wait to see their friends back on the pitch. Photographs of the boys and their coach have also been released by Thai health authorities. "We have to admire the coach that he managed well in this situation".

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  • Sharif loyalists arrested as former PM returns to appeal conviction
Sharif loyalists arrested as former PM returns to appeal conviction

The former CM was addressing a press conference in Lahore , where he criticised the measures taken by the caretaker government regarding the arrest of Nawaz and Maryam. The military denied the accusations saying their assistance in carrying out the elections was requested by Pakistan's Election Commission. It plans to place 371,000 soldiers arou...

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  • Trump says May's Brexit plan would kill UK-US trade deal
Trump says May's Brexit plan would kill UK-US trade deal

Prime Minister Theresa May's government is trying to present plans that satisfy Britons who voted for their country to leave the bloc and set an independent course, but without hobbling businesses, security agencies and other sectors that are closely entwined with the EU.

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  • Icelandic whaling company 'killed endangered blue whale'
Icelandic whaling company 'killed endangered blue whale'

But multi-millionaire Loftsson, Hvalur hf's managing director, insisted the whale in the photographs was not a protected blue whale - but was either a fin whale or a hybrid species, both of which are not protected under Icelandic law. Campaigners have asked that a DNA test be done to verify from what species the whale is. The difference between t...

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  • Trudeau Defends Canada's Military Spending Plan To Trump At NATO Summit
Trudeau Defends Canada's Military Spending Plan To Trump At NATO Summit

CNN's Don Lemon had two security analysts on his show Friday night to preview President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin . The announcement that the Russians had been charged with hacking Democratic officials during the 2016 presidential election sparked a heated war of words between Washington and Moscow.

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  • Mother, daughter killed after boulder falls off moving truck
Mother, daughter killed after boulder falls off moving truck

It took four firemen to lift the giant boulder, with police now trying to contact the truck driver who was behind the wheel at the time. The truck then pulls out and continues to head south on Rich Valley Boulevard. At a site off Minnesota 3 in the Inver Grove Heights-Eagan area, workers identified the truck as belonging to Czeck Services, a la...

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  • Russian Federation ready to invest up to $50bn in Iran's oil sector
Russian Federation ready to invest up to $50bn in Iran's oil sector

A top adviser to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he had a "very constructive and friendly" meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. Also during a speech at the Valdai Discussion Club on Friday, Velayati said that Iran is not willing to negotiate with the USA, because Washington can not be "trusted".

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  • After quitting, Boris Johnson says Brexit 'dream is dying'
After quitting, Boris Johnson says Brexit 'dream is dying'

They must submit their letters to the 1922 Committee chairman Sir Graham Brady. It said May now faces "the spectre of a leadership challenge", but it was "possible that after a period of resignations and political blood-letting, the Conservative Party will fall behind the prime minister".

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok denies bias at hearing full of fireworks
Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok denies bias at hearing full of fireworks

Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Friday indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers for engaging in "large-scale cyber operations to interfere with the 2016 US presidential election". For of more Strzok's testimony, this video thread from Think Progress' Aaron Rupar is a great resource. Strzok denied that his political views expressed in the tex...

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  • ‘Clear evidence of need’ in N. Korea: UN aid chief
‘Clear evidence of need’ in N. Korea: UN aid chief

The UN delegation began a four-day visit to North Korea on Monday, during which it also visited the Pyongyang Children's Foodstuff Factory, the Tower of the Juche Idea and the Korean Rehabilitation Centre for Children with Disability, the KCNA report said.

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  • Pilot 'smoking e-cigarette' forces Air China flight to plunge
Pilot 'smoking e-cigarette' forces Air China flight to plunge

Qiao Yibin, the CAAC official, promised to hand down "severe punishment in accordance with laws and regulations", if the regulator's final conclusion on the incident matches its initial finding. "The crew members who are responsible for the incident have been seriously dealt with", Air China said on Friday when announcing the dismissal of the crew.

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  • I didn't criticise Theresa May to The Sun
I didn't criticise Theresa May to The Sun

Trump also addressed a controversial interview he had with The Sun soon after he arrived in the U.K. He told the tabloid May's soft Brexit plan could "kill" any possible trade deal between the U.K. Trump added that he wished the paper put the "tremendous things" he said about May in its headline, but acknowledged, "That's one of those things".

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  • Irish Senate backs bill banning Israeli settlement goods Europe News
Irish Senate backs bill banning Israeli settlement goods Europe News

If passed, the bill will have to go through several more stages of review and amendment before it is signed into a law. It suggests that simple labelling is not enough and proposes to enforce worldwide law by banning goods produced within illegal settlements.

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  • Rudy Giuliani touts Russian hacking indictments as 'good news for all Americans'
Rudy Giuliani touts Russian hacking indictments as 'good news for all Americans'

Speaking at Chequers Friday at the official country residence of the prime minister, Trump said he also would bring up Ukraine, Syria, the Middle East, and nuclear proliferation when he meets with Putin . The fresh indictments related to special counsel Robert Mueller's probe come amid Trump's United Kingdom visit, and just hours after he once aga...

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