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Thai Boys Rescued from Flooded Cave Make First Public Appearance

Thai Boys Rescued from Flooded Cave Make First Public Appearance

On July 11, health ministry inspector, Tongchai Lertvirairatanapong said the boys were in good condition, however that had lost an average of 4.4 lbs. The team had no food with them when they entered ...

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Sharks attack two children off Long Island

Sharks attack two children off Long Island

Beaches reopened Thursday morning as two children recover from apparent shark bites off Fire Island . "To put it in perspective, there are more toaster fatalities annually than shark attacks-yes, it...

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Dan Coats rebukes Trump: Russian election interference 'undeniable'

Dan Coats rebukes Trump: Russian election interference 'undeniable'

The news comes as the U.S. director of national intelligence Dan Coats revealed that he does not know what was said between the two leaders during their one-on-one meeting. Last week, following T...

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Theresa May Is Running Out Of Options On Brexit

Theresa May Is Running Out Of Options On Brexit

David Davis quit as Brexit minister and Boris Johnson stepped down as foreign minister last week over May's Brexit blueprint, which would keep Britain economically close to the EU. "This could lead...

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Former UK minister calls for second vote on Brexit to end stalemate

Former UK minister calls for second vote on Brexit to end stalemate

This latest Commons vote on Brexit followed chaos in Westminster on Monday when May was forced to ditch her own Brexit policy in order to avoid a defeat at the hands of pro-Leave MPs led by the ba...

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Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister

Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister

Prime Minister Theresa May was clinging to power today after agreeing a compromise with hard-line Brexiteers who threatened to torpedo her Chequers plan. Critics said the amendments to the Customs B...

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Israel shuts cargo crossing into Gaza amid rising hostilities

Israel shuts cargo crossing into Gaza amid rising hostilities

The legislation has been dubbed the "Breaking the Silence" law, a reference to the Israeli group of that name which collects and publishes testimony from Israeli veterans about the military's treatmen...

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A chance of Sunday showers and storms

A chance of Sunday showers and storms

The high will be around 88. "Rainfall rates could reach 1-2"/hour, creating poor visibility and concern for hydroplaning due to ponding on roadways. Tomorrow night: A few, late evening, showers/st...

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'Next Question?!' Trump, Putin Demonstrate The Art Of The Dodge

'Next Question?!' Trump, Putin Demonstrate The Art Of The Dodge

In Helsinki, Putin was asked if he favored Trump in the 2016 presidential election. At the press conference, Trump found himself describing a narrative that the Kremlin has been arguing for years:...

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Neighbors mourn Vera Adams, woman killed in shooting in Weymouth, Massachusetts

Neighbors mourn Vera Adams, woman killed in shooting in Weymouth, Massachusetts

When Chesna fell to the ground, Lopes allegedly took his gun and repeatedly shot the officer in the head and body, prosecutors said. During that time he allegedly fired Chesna's gun three times at the...

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Obama in ancestral home Kenya to launch sister's project

Obama in ancestral home Kenya to launch sister's project

Obama's half-sister Dr. Auma Obama's charitable organization built the center, and Barack showed up Sunday for the grand opening. Barack Obama yesterday expressed joy at being back in the countr...

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Gaza ceasefire holds after heavy Israel strikes

Gaza ceasefire holds after heavy Israel strikes

Hamas, the Islamist movement that runs the blockaded Gaza Strip, said that a ceasefire had been reached. Also on Saturday afternoon, four huge explosions wrecked western Gaza city. The IDF hit dozen...

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Trump Calls European Union a U.S. `Foe,' Citing Trade Tensions

John Bolton, Trump's national security adviser, said in an interview with ABC's This Week that the U.S. would not be looking for "deliverables" and that the meeting would be "unstructured", beginning ...

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Protests in Chicago after police fatally shoot man

Witness Allen Davis said that police saw the man's holster and asked him for his concealed carry permit, but when he reached for it, police shot him. Police found a handgun and two magazines of bull...

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Thailand's rescued cave boys won't see World Cup final live, hospital says

Thailand's rescued cave boys won't see World Cup final live, hospital says

The last of the 12-member "Wild Boars" soccer team and their coach were brought out of the Tham Luang cave, near the border with Myanmar, on Tuesday night, safely ending a perilous rescue and evoking ...

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FBI Agent Peter Strzok Faces Off with Lawmakers in Contentious Hearing

FBI Agent Peter Strzok Faces Off with Lawmakers in Contentious Hearing

The Washington watchdog Judicial Watch said Friday it obtained the first batch of messages through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that are among some 13,000 pages of previously undisclosed exc...

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133 killed, over 200 injured in twin election-related blasts in Pakistan

133 killed, over 200 injured in twin election-related blasts in Pakistan

Siraj, the younger brother of former Balochistan Chief Minister Aslam Raisani, was attacked during a corner meeting organised for the promotion of his candidature. He later visited the injured in a ho...

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Call To Ban President From Government-Owned Scottish Airport

Call To Ban President From Government-Owned Scottish Airport

Earlier tens of thousands of protesters gathered in central London to denounce the visit for stoking "division along fault lines of fear and hatred". At a press conference later in the grounds of th...

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Stone reverses: I'm 'probably' unnamed person in Mueller indictment

Stone, a longtime associate of President Donald Trump and political figure, agreed with the sentiment in a Friday night interview on CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time". Nunberg added that he thought Stone is ...

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Investigation: Arrest was left up to 'flip of a coin'

Investigation: Arrest was left up to 'flip of a coin'

I mean you have to think about the fact that these are the people that we rely on when we are in trouble", said Sarah Webb . Back in April, Sarah Webb was pulled over by Roswell Police Officer ...

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Trump says hopes to play golf in Scotland ahead of Putin meeting

Trump says hopes to play golf in Scotland ahead of Putin meeting

Now, she said , "no lower court could possibly rule against President Trump's decision in light of Zivotofsky ". The Russians are charged with stealing user names and passwords of volunteers in Demo...

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Baby blimp that made Trump 'feel unwelcome' takes off in Parliament Square

Baby blimp that made Trump 'feel unwelcome' takes off in Parliament Square

In the exclusive interview with The Sun , Trump also said that Johnson would make a "great prime minister ", adding, "I think he's got what it takes". President Donald Trump said he felt " unwel...

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Nawaz Sharif heads to Pakistan to face jail sentence before elections

Nawaz Sharif heads to Pakistan to face jail sentence before elections

The two PML (N) leaders are returning to Pakistan to face a prison sentence handed out on July 6 by an accountability court in the Avenfield properties case, one of the three corruption cases agains...

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Woman Mistakenly Steals Car She Thought Was Her Rental - For Two Weeks

Upon exiting the store, she climbed in a black Nissan - the vehicle was open and the key's were in the ignition - and drove home. And it wasn't until this past weekend when the woman returned the ve...

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Russian intel officers indicted for hacking the DNC and Clinton campaign

Russian intel officers indicted for hacking the DNC and Clinton campaign

Eleven of today's defendants are charged with conspiring to hack into computers, steal documents, and release documents in an effort to interfere with the election. The charges come as Mueller c...

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