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  • Trump says his son sought information on Clinton from Russians in 2016
Trump says his son sought information on Clinton from Russians in 2016

He said reports that he is concerned about the 2016 meeting his son had in Trump Tower are "fake news". Most recently, Trump tweeted about the meeting Sunday, saying it was meant "to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics".

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  • Why Talking With Iran Is So Tricky For The US
Why Talking With Iran Is So Tricky For The US

That would ease concerns that China would work to undermine United States efforts to isolate the Islamic Republic by purchasing excess oil, Bloomberg said . It is likely that low-ranking members of the Iranian delegation and Trump's team will meet to hear each other's point of view before the regime decides whether to accept Trump's offer of talks...

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  • Indonesian geological agency: Tsunami warning after 7.0 M natural disaster off Lombok island
Indonesian geological agency: Tsunami warning after 7.0 M natural disaster off Lombok island

An quake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale hit Indonesia at around 5:16 pm IST, the US Geological Survey said. Authorities have lifted a tsunami warning that was issued after the quake struck early Sunday evening. "Delegation thankfully safe though there I was told that there were casualties amongst other guests", he said. According to the...

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  • Vintage Plane Crashes in Swiss Alps: 20 Feared Dead
Vintage Plane Crashes in Swiss Alps: 20 Feared Dead

Police said that all 20 people on board the plane, including its three crew members, died. The plane, which was built in Germany in 1939, crashed into the Piz Segnas mountain around 2,450 metres (8,000ft) above sea level. Junkers JU-52 planes were manufactured between the 1930s and 1950s. Chief executive and co-founder Kurt Waldmeier said the ...

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  • Authorities Monitor Dam as Flooding Hits Lynchburg Area
Authorities Monitor Dam as Flooding Hits Lynchburg Area

At 919 PM EDT, county dispatch reported the imminent failure of College Lake Dam on the Blackwater Creek . A major road for the city crosses over top of the dam, which is located right next to the University of Lynchburg . The dam has been under survey by the city for years as a safety hazard . Jen Gearing, the public information officer for...

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  • Promoting voter ID, Trump claims ID needed to buy groceries
Promoting voter ID, Trump claims ID needed to buy groceries

It was an anarchical moment that highlighted the comedy that is an underestimated ingredient of Trump's demagogic technique. Trump's freaky and inaccurate claims in support of the laws certainly won't help win much additional support on the issue.

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  • Turkey to freeze assets of USA officials
Turkey to freeze assets of USA officials

The lira hit an all-time low of 5.11 versus the dollar on Friday after the USA sanctioned two of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ministers who played a key role in detaining American pastor Andrew Brunson . Those conflicts include the arrests of USA citizens as well as local consular staff, US senators pushing to block the delivery of America...

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  • Supreme Court weighs in on NRC, says treat the excluded fairly
Supreme Court weighs in on NRC, says treat the excluded fairly

Addressing the media, the BJP chief said , "It is odd that everyone is talking about human rights of the illegal immigrant but no is talking about the human rights violation of the citizens of Assam". Rights groups have criticised the government move, saying deletion from citizenship lists was similar to Myanmar's removal of rights and protections...

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  • Florida firefighters report for duty on front lines of California fires
Florida firefighters report for duty on front lines of California fires

Every year is teaching the fire authorities new lessons", Gov. The national weather service warned weather conditions could lead to "dangerous and rapid irregular spreading of a large wildfire". In and around Redding to the north, some evacuees were allowed to return to neighborhoods where more than 1,000 homes were torched. "We are making he...

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  • Israeli airforce targets militants in Syrian-held Golan Heights
Israeli airforce targets militants in Syrian-held Golan Heights

Israeli soldiers patrol the cease-fire line between Israel and Syria , as seen from the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Most of the Golan Heights have been occupied by Israel since the 1967 war. Syrian air defense forces at Mezzeh Military Airport say they engaged "hostile missiles" in the southwestern part of Damascus province late Thursday nig...

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  • Trump Receives Letter from North Korea's Kim
Trump Receives Letter from North Korea's Kim

Today, our boys are coming home. United States Vice President Mike Pence (L) pays respects as a military honor guard carries the remains of american soldiers repatriated from North Korea after arriving to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug.

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  • Trump Rejects Conservative Koch Donor Network
Trump Rejects Conservative Koch Donor Network

He appeared at a Koch gathering last October in NY to seek the donors' support for the massive tax cut package Trump signed into law late a year ago. "We've had divisiveness long before Trump became president and we'll have it long after he's no longer president", he said. And they say they were willing to form alliances with Democrats to achieve...

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  • Soldiers evacuates Harare as violence erupts
Soldiers evacuates Harare as violence erupts

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres urged Zimbabwe's politicians to exercise restraint, while United Kingdom foreign office minister Harriett Baldwin said she was "deeply concerned" by the violence. The opposition has spoken of vote-rigging, saying results were not posted outside a fifth of the country's almost 11,000 polling stations. Though s...

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  • Australia, US, Japan to invest in Indo-Pacific region
Australia, US, Japan to invest in Indo-Pacific region

President Donald Trump has lined up his top Cabinet members Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Energy Secretary Rick Perry - at US Chambers of Commerce which is hosting the first Indo-Pacific Business Forum meeting in Washington today.

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  • North Korea 'making new missiles' despite United States pledge
North Korea 'making new missiles' despite United States pledge

After a solemn ceremony at the USA military's Osan Air Base in South Korea, 55 boxes of remains draped in the United Nations flag were taken to a US military plane, which will then take them to a military laboratory in Hawaii for further analysis and identification.

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  • I would meet Iran without preconditions
I would meet Iran without preconditions

The White House clarified that Trump's potential willingness to meet with his Iranian counterpart did not change his administration's intent to ratchet up sanctions and rhetoric against Tehran . The Trump administration regards Iran as a destabilising force in the Middle East, arguing the nuclear deal enabled Iran to pursue a more assertive regi...

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  • Swedish Crown Jewels stolen in daring speedboat heist
Swedish Crown Jewels stolen in daring speedboat heist

The jewels were stored in the cathedral in the town of Strängnäs. Eyewitness Tom Rowsell told NBC News' Swedish partner Aftonbladet that he saw two men jump into a "little white boat". "'It's 1-0 to them right now", a police spokesperson said, according to The Express. An official with the Swedish police's National Operations Department told ...

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  • Giuliani: Trump 'did not participate' in June 2016 Trump Tower meeting
Giuliani: Trump 'did not participate' in June 2016 Trump Tower meeting

Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election has not publicly produced evidence that the president engaged in criminal activity during the campaign. Prosecutors say Manafort hid millions of dollars in income from lobbying for Ukrainian politicians, failed to pay taxes while spending the money on U...

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  • Opposition supporters mass in Zimbabwe capital in tense wait for election results
Opposition supporters mass in Zimbabwe capital in tense wait for election results

Officers responded with tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets. As gunfire echoed through downtown Harare, Mnangagwa called for calm and urge patience while results were collated. "You can't rig our election...this is a military government", the crowd shouted. The electoral commission said it would start announcing results for the presidenti...

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