• Trump pauses diplomatic sparring to have tea with Queen Elizabeth
Trump pauses diplomatic sparring to have tea with Queen Elizabeth

The 92-year-old queen was seen waiting for hours before Trump arrived for the meeting. "She was fantastic. Such a wonderful lady and so attractive". The palace did not release details about which room or what was served, but later a picture of the three of them posing in the Grand Corridor of the castle was released.

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  • May says Donald Trump told her to sue the EU over Brexit
May says Donald Trump told her to sue the EU over Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May has warned there may be "no Brexit at all" because of lawmakers' attempts to undermine her plan to leave the European Union. Trump made similar comments in an interview published by The Sun tabloid newspaper on Friday. "So I want us to be able to sit down to negotiate the best deal for Britain", she added.

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  • Chemical plant blast kills 19 in Sichuan, China
Chemical plant blast kills 19 in Sichuan, China

While the cause remains unknown, fire crews told one Chinese news organization that methanol was involved in the explosion, The South China Morning Postreported. The fire, which broke out early on Thursday evening, was put out by 11:30 p.m. (1530 GMT), the government said in its statement. Pictures of the incident show the three-storey buildings ...

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  • Air strike death toll climbs to 54: Syrian Observatory
Air strike death toll climbs to 54: Syrian Observatory

The air strikes targeted residential areas in the towns of Baghour Foqani and Souseh on the eastern bank of the Euphrates river near Al-Bukamal city in eastern Deir al-Zour. But the extremist group still retains pockets of land in Syria, including the Badiya desert and parts of Deir ez-Zzor province on the border with Iraq.

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  • Woman survives 7 days after SUV plunges off cliff in Big Sur
Woman survives 7 days after SUV plunges off cliff in Big Sur

Ms Hernandez was conscious when she was discovered by Chad and Chelsea Moore, although she had sustained a shoulder injury. "Angela was found about 200 feet down a cliff". When she was found her vehicle was partially submerged in the water and she was able to walk and talk as police scaled down the cliff on ropes to hoist her to safety on Friday.

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  • Trump says Queen thinks Brexit is 'very complex problem'
Trump says Queen thinks Brexit is 'very complex problem'

Trump told The Sun that such a deal "will probably kill" any prospect of a USA -U.K. free-trade agreement. Trump's words appeared to pour cold water on May's latest plans. "We stand by our reporting and the quotes we used - including those where the president was positive about the prime minister, in both the paper and in our audio".

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  • Hamas, Islamic Jihad in ceasefire with Israel in Gaza Strip
Hamas, Islamic Jihad in ceasefire with Israel in Gaza Strip

Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum told Reuters: "Efforts by many parties have continued since the beginning of the escalation and the Israeli bombardment on Gaza ". Two Palestinian teenagers were killed in an airstrike in Gaza City, while three Israelis were wounded from a rocket that landed on a residential home.

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  • Israeli forces kill two teenage Palestinians, wound scores in Gaza protests
Israeli forces kill two teenage Palestinians, wound scores in Gaza protests

The Israeli military said it struck more than 40 targets within several militant compounds belonging to Hamas, the Islamist group that rules Gaza, in what it described as one of its widest operations since a 2014 Israel-Gaza war. On July 9, Israel closed its only goods crossing with the Gaza Strip in response to the fires. There have been no seri...

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  • Source of novichok found in bottle in victim's house
Source of novichok found in bottle in victim's house

Earlier officers investigating the murder of Dawn Sturgess and poisoning of Charlie Rowley took four vehicles from two locations - a police garage in Swindon and Salisbury ambulance depot. The UK has invited experts from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to independently confirm the identity of the nerve agent. Inquirie...

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  • Back pain, not alcohol, caused Juncker summit stumble, EU says
Back pain, not alcohol, caused Juncker summit stumble, EU says

The 63-year-old was seen to be unsteady on his feet at the summit dinner in Brussels on Wednesday evening, and had to be helped away in a wheelchair . Schinas said Juncker, whose term will end in 2019 , was taking medication and would be fit enough to attend upcoming meetings and events in China, Japan and Spain.

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  • Trump holds joint press conference with British PM Teresa May
Trump holds joint press conference with British PM Teresa May

Trump told the Sun . "And, that Brexit is a very tough situation, that's a tough deal". Trump blasted May's actions on Brexit in the interview, and he suggested her approach to negotiating a Brexit deal with the European Union could "kill" a trade deal with the United States .

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  • Jaguar Escapes, Kills 6 Animals At New Orleans Zoo
Jaguar Escapes, Kills 6 Animals At New Orleans Zoo

Officials believe it's the most serious incident the zoo has experienced in its 100-year history. That was about an hour after he was first spotted roaming free early Saturday morning, before the zoo was open to the public. The zoo described the fatal attacks as a "tragic loss", but noted that no human injuries were reported . One additional alpa...

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  • Russians indicted over USA election hack
Russians indicted over USA election hack

Yet Trump , briefed in advance about the indictment and knowing that it was about to be unsealed in a few hours, could not summon the palest imitation of Rosensteinian outrage at Russian interference with - attack on, really - a USA election.

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  • Russians targeted by Mueller includes source of 2016 Florida Democrats leaks
Russians targeted by Mueller includes source of 2016 Florida Democrats leaks

During a press conference Friday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein detailed the extent of the alleged Russian hacking, but said there is not yet any evidence that an American citizen was aware of the efforts. The events laid out in Mueller's indictment resemble details from previous reporting about Stone and his communications during Trum...

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  • Trump denies criticizing British Prime Minister Theresa May
Trump denies criticizing British Prime Minister Theresa May

Trump thanked May for "pursuing fair and reciprocal trade" with the U.S. According to The Sun , Trump said May has ignored the advice he gave her on Brexit, and he believes that she has gone "the opposite way", leading to "very unfortunate results".

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  • White House: Trump-Putin summit 'is on'
White House: Trump-Putin summit 'is on'

Charles Hurt said a lot of them are caught up in a "wild conspiracy theory" about Russian Federation, dismissing the Fox poll results about people not thinking Trump's tough enough on Russian Federation by saying "they get told by the media that 17000 times a day!" Stolen emails, many politically damaging for Clinton, appeared on WikiLeaks in ...

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  • Trump Claims 'Great Progress' With N. Korea Despite Reports
Trump Claims 'Great Progress' With N. Korea Despite Reports

Mr Kim had agreed during the Singapore summit with President Trump to recover "POW/MIA remains, including the immediate repatriation of those already identified". "His strategy is now clearly 'denuclearization through denial, ' or worse, 'denuclearization through delusion, '" Narang said. At high-level talks last week, North Korea and the U...

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  • Bitcoin Was Russian Hackers' Currency of Choice, U.S. Says
Bitcoin Was Russian Hackers' Currency of Choice, U.S. Says

Indeed, an indictment that directly points to Russian President Vladimir Putin makes it much more hard for critics to dismiss Russia's culpability in election hacking as unproven. US intelligence agencies have concluded that Putin personally ordered a campaign to undermine "public faith in the USA democratic process" with the goal of hurt...

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  • United Kingdom minister to Trump: 'Where are your manners, Mr President?'
United Kingdom minister to Trump: 'Where are your manners, Mr President?'

When asked about the potential for an agreement, Trump said: "The only thing I ask of Theresa is make sure we can trade, that we don't have any restrictions". "I must say, I've gotten to know Theresa May much better over the last two days than I've known her over the past year and a half..." Ms May also glossed over the comments.

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  • Senate calls for more say on tariffs in bipartisan vote
Senate calls for more say on tariffs in bipartisan vote

The vote underscored the tension between Trump's trade policies and many Republicans in Congress, particularly those representing agricultural states, who are concerned the administration doesn't have a strategy to exit the global tit-for-tat raising of tariffs.

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