• UK's May halts revolt over Brexit trade bill
UK's May halts revolt over Brexit trade bill

Tuesday's legislation was technical in nature - focusing on converting trade deals between the European Union and third countries into bilateral deals with Britain, and was not originally meant to define new trade policy. The immediate assumption was that the Tory leadership is sending MPs away early to block attempts to challenge Theresa May's ...

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  • John McCain blasts Donald Trump over his meeting with Putin
John McCain blasts Donald Trump over his meeting with Putin

Mr Trump also continued to deny that there had been any other collusion between his campaign and Russians, declaring: "We ran a brilliant campaign and that's why I'm President". 'When President Trump was visiting Moscow back then I didn't even know he was in Moscow'. House Speaker Paul Ryan responded with a statement echoed by many senior R...

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  • Las Vegas massacre: Mandalay Bay hotel owner sues 1,000 victims
Las Vegas massacre: Mandalay Bay hotel owner sues 1,000 victims

Over 1,000 victims from the 2017 Las Vegas massacre are being sued by MGM Resorts International as a way for the company to fend off any liability claims from the mass shooting , Newsweek reports. Another attorney representing victims alleged that MGM filed in federal courts, rather than state courts, in hopes of getting better treatment from ...

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  • Donald Trump ‘Snubbed’ By Prince Charles and Prince William
Donald Trump ‘Snubbed’ By Prince Charles and Prince William

Usually it is someone accompany. Instead, Prince William , second in line for the throne, chose to play in a charity polo match while Prince Charles , first in line for the throne, went to an event honoring the police, so Queen Elizabeth had to ride solo.

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  • Trump keeps Queen Elizabeth wait for tea and breaches other protocols
Trump keeps Queen Elizabeth wait for tea and breaches other protocols

This week full-time golfer and part-time United States president Donald Trump made his triumphant visit to the UK. He also revealed that his late mother, who was born and grew up in Scotland, was a huge admirer of the Queen - and said he thought about her after his arrival in Windsor.

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  • US files complaints at WTO against EU, China, Canada, Mexico, Turkey
US files complaints at WTO against EU, China, Canada, Mexico, Turkey

U.S. Treasury yields increased, with the two-year yield hitting a near decade peak, as domestic retail sales recorded growth for a fifth straight month in June, supporting the view of solid economic growth in the second quarter. Darson Chiu is a researcher at the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research. "Those talks produced progress, so much so ...

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  • Firefighter killed while battling blaze near Yosemite National Park
Firefighter killed while battling blaze near Yosemite National Park

The fire ballooned in size to more than 1,000 acres with containment holding steady at just five percent as of Monday morning. Varney, with Cal Fire's Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit for a decade , was fighting the Ferguson Fire , one of the newest of dozens of wildfires burning across California and the West.

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  • Russian Federation is the most aggressive foreign subject, - the US Head of intelligence
Russian Federation is the most aggressive foreign subject, - the US Head of intelligence

Coats said that U.S.'s digital infrastructure is under constant attack from foreign entities including China, Iran and North Korea, but he singled out Russian Federation as the "most aggressive" one, highlighting the country's reported efforts to use hacking and information campaigns to influence USA elections.

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  • Trump an 'American patriot' says Turnbull after Putin meeting
Trump an 'American patriot' says Turnbull after Putin meeting

House Speaker Paul Ryan talks with reporters Tuesday. In an exclusive, wide-ranging interview with "Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace, Putin dismisses claims of Russian interference in the 2016 election, says Russia would react negatively to the expansion of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, blames terrorists for civilian casualti...

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  • 'Open Treason': Trump slammed by media, everywhere but Russian Federation
'Open Treason': Trump slammed by media, everywhere but Russian Federation

President Donald Trump meets with Russia's President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki , Finland July 16, 2018. Putin, for his part, said he and Trump have maintained regular contact, including talking by phone and meeting at global events. election. "This was a very good day for President Putin", said Senator Bob Corker, the chairman of the Foreig...

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  • Brexit tests for Theresa May as premiership hangs in the balance
Brexit tests for Theresa May as premiership hangs in the balance

Meanwhile, US president Donald Trump said Mrs May needed a "carve out" in any Brexit agreement to ensure the United Kingdom can make a deal with the US. Mr Johnson also made his first public intervention since his resignation last week, with a column in the Daily Telegraph pledging to resist "for now" the urge to "bang on about Brexit".

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  • Mother Teresa India homes in 'baby trade' probe
Mother Teresa India homes in 'baby trade' probe

Days after the baby-selling scandal in Jharkhand, Union Minister of Women and Child Development, Maneka Gandhi , on Tuesday instructed the state governments to carry out inspection of child care homes run by Missionaries of Charity across the country.

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  • Putin says Russian collusion accusations ‘nonsense,’ Trump calls Mueller probe ‘disaster’
Putin says Russian collusion accusations ‘nonsense,’ Trump calls Mueller probe ‘disaster’

He said European countries shouldn't be anxious about a possible US-Russian rapprochement or decisions about Europe made "over the heads of Europeans". "We have discussions on everything from trade to military to missiles to nuclear to China. Our mutual friend president Xi". "Not only were Trump's comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket ...

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  • Order battle kicks off at Farnborough
Order battle kicks off at Farnborough

Any sign of delay would allow European rival Airbus to argue that airlines would do better to pick an improved version of its hot-selling A321neo plane, covering numerous same missions. Taiwanese start-up StarLux Airlines said it is buying 12 A350-1000 aircraft and five of the smaller A350-900s in a deal valued at $6bn at list prices that exclude...

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  • May's customs bill survives stormy waters
May's customs bill survives stormy waters

The pro-European group believes that they have at least 10 Tory MPs prepared to support their plans in the crunch vote on Tuesday night, and possibly more, with the ministers among those considering joining the rebels. Downing Street has insisted its Brexit strategy is still alive after the Prime Minister was forced change to crucial trade legisl...

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  • Brexit amendment bill passes United Kingdom parliament vote
Brexit amendment bill passes United Kingdom parliament vote

Another amendment, to ensure the United Kingdom is out of the EU's Value-Added Tax regime, was backed by 303 to 300, with a Tory rebellion of 11. What is the concern on the backbenchers, particularly among Brexiteers, in terms of risks of ousting Theresa May , undermining her, then possibly leading to a long, bitter leadership battle or possibly...

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  • Trump calls European Union a 'foe' on trade
Trump calls European Union a 'foe' on trade

Russia's constitution also prohibits turning over citizens to foreign governments. Trump has baffled his own advisers at times with his unabashed desire for strong ties with Putin, White House sources have said. "Well, I might", Trump replied. Trump also said: "Much of our news media is indeed the enemy of the people". On North Korea , Ukraine...

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  • Justine Greening calls for a fresh vote on Brexit
Justine Greening calls for a fresh vote on Brexit

It had not been expected to be carried because, while it had the support of Labour , the Scottish National party and the Liberal Democrats, only a couple of Tory MPs - Anna Soubry and Ken Clarke - had put their names to it. In his first Commons speech since resigning from the government, the former Brexit secretary David Davis said the gover...

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  • Journalist bravely confronts Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin
Journalist bravely confronts Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin

Beginning his joint press conference with Vladimir Putin, President Trump declared that US relations with Russian Federation have "never been worse". "But it is clear that the summit in Helsinki was a tragic mistake". At the closing press conference, Putin, riding high after hosting a successful World Cup, unveiled a gift he'd brought for T...

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  • Syria captures strategic hill overlooking Golan Heights
Syria captures strategic hill overlooking Golan Heights

Reuters on Sunday quoted the Observatory as saying that Syrian forces had seized the village of Mashara, about 11 km from the Golan frontier, after heavy shelling, and were now trying to capture elevated land south of the village with shelling and air strikes.

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