• NZ reporter hit with tear gas covering World Cup rioting in Paris
NZ reporter hit with tear gas covering World Cup rioting in Paris

But the celebrations were marred by at least two deaths, road accidents and clashes between fans and police. Here, we are all united. French daily sport newspaper L'Equipe branded it "An Eternal Happiness". Photos of superstars Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba , as well as shots of the team holding aloft and kissing the trophy i...

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  • Trump sides with Russian Federation against Federal Bureau of Investigation at Helsinki summit
Trump sides with Russian Federation against Federal Bureau of Investigation at Helsinki summit

Trump's attitude toward Putin will be contrasted with his actions last week at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels and a visit to the United Kingdom, where he castigated USA allies for not more rapidly increasing their defense spending and involved himself in the internal affairs of British Prime Minister Theresa May and Germa...

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  • Police make arrest in April Tinsley murder, 1988 Fort Wayne cold case
Police make arrest in April Tinsley murder, 1988 Fort Wayne cold case

The case had echoes of the arrest of the alleged "Golden State Killer" earlier this year, who was arrested and charged in California earlier this year after police used DNA and a genealogy database to match Joseph DeAngelo to the killing of at least 13 people from the 1970s and 1980s.

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  • On eve of Russian Federation summit, Trump calls European Union 'a foe'
On eve of Russian Federation summit, Trump calls European Union 'a foe'

Now he's trashing our European allies while fawning all over Vladimir Putin , who he praised for putting on the "best ever" World Cup. But Trump has insisted it is "a good thing to meet". Trump laid out a list of topics for discussion that notably did not include Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. It was the second time sinc...

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  • Salisbury road reopened by police after man falls ill
Salisbury road reopened by police after man falls ill

According to Sky News, the incident happened in or outside the same Zizzi restaurant at which former Russian military officer Sergei and his daughter Yulia Skirpal ate before they were poisoned in March. Mr Macpherson referenced major events - the visit by US President Donald Trump and the Royal International Air Tattoo - and continuing incidents...

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  • Roger Stone says he’s the 'US person' mentioned in Mueller indictment
Roger Stone says he’s the 'US person' mentioned in Mueller indictment

It also claims the conspirators, posing as Guccifer 2.0, "received a request for stolen documents from a candidate for the U.S. Congress". Stone made statements in August of 2016 which political opponents have argued indicated he knew that Wikileaks was going to leak damaging information on Clinton before it was released.

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  • Donald Trump Walking In Front Of The Queen Causes Outrage
Donald Trump Walking In Front Of The Queen Causes Outrage

And I mean that", the president said, calling May " very professional ", while branding the Sun " fake news ". When asked whether the monarch liked him, he said: "I don't want to speak for her, but I can tell you I like her". He spoke yesterday to Piers Morgan , presenter of British morning television show Good Morning Britain , who had ask...

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  • Putin, Macron to discuss in Moscow NATO and Helsinki…
Putin, Macron to discuss in Moscow NATO and Helsinki…

Addressing the media, Trump said , "I think we have great opportunities together". The US President did not mention election meddling in his opening comments although he has repeatedly said previously that he would bring it up with Mr Putin.

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  • Italy transfers migrants to ships but refuses them entry
Italy transfers migrants to ships but refuses them entry

The Diciotti ship pulled into the port of Trapani after taking on board the migrants from an Italian-flagged oil rig supply tug that rescued them Sunday in off the coast of Libya. Italy, Greece and Spain have been on the front line of the migrant crisis, with Europe deeply divided over how to share the burden of the massive influx of people seeki...

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  • Governor saddened by fatal police shooting
Governor saddened by fatal police shooting

A spokesperson for the probation department says she could not confirm if Lopes was in compliance with the conditions of his release. As Lopes tried to escape from responding officers, police said he attacked Chesna with a stone, commandeered his firearm and shot him multiple times in the head and neck.

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  • Elon Musk's stunning 'pedo' Twitter tirade at hero British diver
Elon Musk's stunning 'pedo' Twitter tirade at hero British diver

In tweets that appear to have since been deleted, Musk said the submarine would have managed easily, as "you could literally have swum to Cave 5 with no gear". Unsworth, who lives in Thailand and has spent years exploring the Tham Luang cave system where the boys were trapped, was a key player in the dramatic rescue of the 12 boys and the...

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  • China industrial park explosion kills 19
China industrial park explosion kills 19

A witness to the event said they heard "seven explosions in ten minutes", and saw several dozens of fire trucks respond to the site, according to coverage by Reuters that quoted an interview from the Chinese publication Beijing News . It comes amid a drive to strengthen industrial safety, with China ramping up checks over the past year, in the...

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  • Theresa May accepts Boris Johnson’s resignation as foreign secretary
Theresa May accepts Boris Johnson’s resignation as foreign secretary

Mr Rees-Mogg, who chairs the European Research Group of Eurosceptic Tories, told The Sun: "Unfortunately Chequers was a breakdown in trust. Will she stick to her earlier words?" Mrs May will release the Brexit White Paper today which will lay out her intentions for a Brexit deal.

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  • Texas connections of note in the latest Russian meddling indictment
Texas connections of note in the latest Russian meddling indictment

Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 16, 2018Trump told CBS News in an interview broadcast on Sunday that Strzok's testimony last week on Capitol Hill was "a disgrace to our country". "I think it'd be a moot point". "It's pretty silly for the president to demand something that he can't get legally", Bolton said on ABC News' This Week.

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  • Trump Says Putin ‘Probably’ A ‘Ruthless Person’
Trump Says Putin ‘Probably’ A ‘Ruthless Person’

Presidents Putin and Trump will meet today at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki . Trump heads into the summit with little clear agenda other than to strengthen his personal rapport with Putin, which he thinks is crucial to improving relations between Washington and Moscow.

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  • Florida beach reopens after rare, double shark attack
Florida beach reopens after rare, double shark attack

Minutes later, another shark bit the teenager on the foot a mile south of where the other victim was. Crews were on scene attending to a shark bite when they got a second call of another shark bite just a few minutes later. Ocean rescue will continue to monitor the water for sharks and will reopen the beach once it's deemed safe. Double red fla...

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  • Woman gets 40 years for trying to sell daughter, 2, for sex
Woman gets 40 years for trying to sell daughter, 2, for sex

Her arrest came after the Montgomery County Precinct 1 Constable's Office conducted an investigation into child exploitation, ABC13 reported . That man was actually an undercover officer, according to authorities, and he arranged to meet Peters in Conroe a short time later.

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  • Donald Trump’s advice to Theresa May on Brexit: sue the European Union
Donald Trump’s advice to Theresa May on Brexit: sue the European Union

But the issue came up again yesterday, with May being pressed on what the advice was when she appearing on BBC1's The Andrew Marr Show . Her comments come ahead of the crucial Commons votes on trade and customs policy next week. The British government has also stepped up planning for a so-called "no deal" Brexit that could spook financial mark...

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  • Chicago police release bodycam footage of Harith Augustus
Chicago police release bodycam footage of Harith Augustus

Officers armed with batons traded punches with the protesters, local media reports said. Three or four officers suffered minor injuries and one patrol vehicle was damaged, and at least four protesters were arrested, officials said. Protestors reportedly threw rocks and bottles at police officers. The victim of the shooting was identified at 3...

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  • Barack Obama seeks new legacy as champion of Africa's future leaders
Barack Obama seeks new legacy as champion of Africa's future leaders

Former President Barack Obama is headed to Africa this week, and he used his upcoming trip as the inspiration behind his summer reading list recommendations. At JKIA, media crew who arrived before the former president touched down, were blocked at the entrance and only spotted his convoy snaking out of the airport off to State House.

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