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Trump said relations between the United States and Russian Federation have "never been worse than it is now That changed, about four hours ago". Although U.S. "I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press", the GOP presidential nominee said at a press conference in Miami. Trump thought Putin had an "interesting idea" when he proposed a joint investigation Russian meddling.
  • US indicts 12 Russian spies in 2016 election hacking

    US indicts 12 Russian spies in 2016 election hacking

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    On Twitter Saturday, Mr. Trump asked, "Where is the DNC Server, and why didn't the Federal Bureau of Investigation take possession of it?" The White House seized on those points in a statement that offered no condemnation of Russian election interference.
  • Iran cements ‘strategic relationship’ with Russian Federation

    Iran cements ‘strategic relationship’ with Russian Federation

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    Velayati also said that USA sanctions against Iran could raise oil prices and harm oil consumers. Velayati is among special envoys that Iran is sending to various countries in response to the U.S. For that to happen, Israel would request guarantees that Assad honor a decades-old agreement that sets out a demilitarized zone along the frontier and limits the number of forces each side can deploy within 25 kilometers of the zone.
  • Man harasses woman for wearing a Puerto Rico shirt, saying it’s ‘un-American’

    Man harasses woman for wearing a Puerto Rico shirt, saying it’s ‘un-American’

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    Mia Irizarry posted a video of the June 14 incident on Facebook and showed that she was wearing a shirt that looked like the Puerto Rican flag. 'You're not going to change us, you know that, ' Trybus tells her in the clip. Later, more police arrive and Irizarry says she still doesn't feel safe. Even police officers have a right to a fair process. "We will be looking into this incident as our offices in DC are in contact with local and state authorities, demanding that this officer be ...
  • Children Under Five Reunited, Admin. Announces

    Children Under Five Reunited, Admin. Announces

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    It should be transparent and easy to do. The government, which has been locked in a messy court battle over the reunifications for weeks, offered some reasons in its press release for why dozens of the young children were found ineligible for reunification.
  • Police officer resigns ahead of hearing on Puerto Rico shirt incident

    Police officer resigns ahead of hearing on Puerto Rico shirt incident

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    He had previously be charged with misdemeanor assault for the incident. Patrick Conner quit the police department of the Forest Preserves of Cook County, according to a statement from the department. "I told him I felt uncomfortable multiple times and he didn't do anything. Our officers made the arrest today and we will continue to support the prosecution of this matter".
  • Panel subpoenas ex-FBI lawyer Page for interview

    Panel subpoenas ex-FBI lawyer Page for interview

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    Page and Strzok both worked on the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails and later special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation. "She has known for months that the House judiciary committee has sought her testimony", he said in a July 10 statement, adding, "She has no excuse for her failure to appear".
  • Mueller probe indicts 12 Russians for hacking Democrats in 2016

    Mueller probe indicts 12 Russians for hacking Democrats in 2016

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    The Justice Department's indictment of 12 Russian military intelligence agents on Friday was jaw-dropping in its scope and level of details into attempts to influence the 2016 U.S. Rosenstein said he briefed the president earlier in the week and he is aware of the indictments. The indictments accuse officials from the GRU's so-called Unit 26165, which is dedicated to hacking and cryptoanalysis, of targeting DNC staff, stealing usernames and passwords, and using those credentials to ...
  • Trump has 'little gift' for N.Korean leader

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    The Pentagon has shipped dozens of cases to Panmunjom in anticipation of receiving the remains of several US troops. The source said that Kim did not see any need to hold dialogue with Japan before his summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in April, instead favoring relations with the United States, China and Russian Federation.
  • Paul Manafort arrives at court after witness tampering charges

    Paul Manafort arrives at court after witness tampering charges

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    Manafort has been charged with financial and foreign lobbying-related crimes as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe. In earlier court filings, Mr. The prosecutors' filing says Manafort has everything he needs to prepare for the trial, including his own phone and computer. According to Northern Neck Superintendent Ted Hull, in the so-called VIP section, there is "no qualitative or quantitative difference" between cells and that Manafort has access to the same ...
  • Stormy Daniels arrested at strip club

    Stormy Daniels arrested at strip club

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    Charges made against Stormy Daniels in her early morning arrest on Thursday were dismissed later in the afternoon, according to her lawyer Michael Avenatti . According to an article published a year ago in The Columbus Dispatch , the law, which also restricts the hours of operation for strip clubs and adult book stores, is rarely, if ever, enforced.
  • Theresa May hopes Donald Trump visit will boost US-UK links

    Theresa May hopes Donald Trump visit will boost US-UK links

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    The largest demonstration is expected in central London on Friday where a giant "Trump baby" balloon will fly close to Parliament after being given the go-ahead by London mayor Sadiq Khan . "We are doing just fine!" he wrote. Nick Hurd, Britain's Policing Minister, told parliament police expected more than 100 protests across the country, including two large demonstrations in London on Friday, and there were robust and proportionate plans in place.
  • What just happened in North Korea?

    What just happened in North Korea?

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    After their meeting last month in Singapore, the two leaders. The United States maintains some 28,500 servicemembers in South Korea, which remains technically at war with the North after the three-year conflict ended in an armistice instead of a peace treaty.
  • Reunited immigrant children scooped up into parents' arms

    Reunited immigrant children scooped up into parents' arms

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    The US administration will not meet a July 10 deadline to reunite all children under the age of five with their families. In a conference call with reporters, Chris Meekins, a senior official with the Department of Health and Human Services, said the reunification process may be going slowly, "but there is no question that it is protecting children".
  • Trump's Legal Team Changes Demands For Mueller Interview

    Trump's Legal Team Changes Demands For Mueller Interview

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    In particular, the same sources say Giuliani is wading into unsafe territory when he asks Cohen to "tell the truth" about the Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr. On ABC's "This Week" on Sunday, Giuliani stressed that he wasn't anxious about testimony that Cohen might give. He also confirmed the gist of a New York Times article that said Trump's side had added new conditions for any interview with Mueller.
  • Thai coach apologizes to parents as boys write they're OK

    Thai coach apologizes to parents as boys write they're OK

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    However, Ivan Katadzic, a Danish diving instructor who has been ferrying oxygen tanks inside the cave, said after a dive on Friday evening he was "double positive" about the mission because the water level had dropped considerably. The 12 boys and their coach have been trapped in the cave since June 23 after water levels rose and forced them to take refuge on an internal plateau inside.
  • Trump told Putin some of his own aides are 'stupid people'

    Trump told Putin some of his own aides are 'stupid people'

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    Former U.S. officials said Putin might try to sell Trump on Russian Federation helping pressure Iran to remove its proxies from southwestern Syria but probably understood there was little chance of sanctions easing because of congressional opposition.
  • Displaced Syrians head home after ceasefire deal in south

    Displaced Syrians head home after ceasefire deal in south

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    Syrian families return to their homes in towns and villages situated on the eastern outskirts of Dara'a, Syria , on June 6, 2018. Under the agreement, Syrian forces will not be allowed to remain in the area re-taken by the government, sources told Al Jazeera.
  • Six boys exit the cave, says senior official

    Six boys exit the cave, says senior official

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    The operation to rescue the boys, ages 11-16, and their 25-year-old coach by having them dive out of the flooded cave began on Sunday morning (local time), with expert divers entering the sprawling complex for the complicated and unsafe mission.
  • New wildfires sweep through California, burning homes

    New wildfires sweep through California, burning homes

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    A wildfire raging through drought-stricken timber and brush near California's border with OR killed one person and destroyed 40 buildings as it burned largely out of control, authorities said today. Firefighters battling the Klamathon Fire along the California-Oregon border Friday discovered a body within a residence during a welfare check of an evacuated area, authorities said.