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What is the best lesson a Dad can teach his family? He's memorable, he's bad, and his "I am your father " reveal is awesome. You could sing a group song, or simply give him a gift this Fathers Day , but make agrand gesture of it, and make him feel like the man of the hour.
  • Protests in Greece as Macedonia is renamed after 27-year row

    Protests in Greece as Macedonia is renamed after 27-year row

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    A Greek Orthodox monk waves a Greek flag during a protest against the agreement between Greece and Macedonia over dispute of the former Yugoslav's republic name, outside the Greek Parliament, in Athens , Saturday. It will still require ratification by national parliaments of both countries, and approval in a Macedonian referendum which is not assured. "With the signing of the agreement between Macedonia and Greece, everyone will benefit", Zaev said Saturday.
  • Apple fined millions for Australia false iPhone claims

    Apple fined millions for Australia false iPhone claims

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    After the ACCC notified Apple about its investigation , Apple implemented an outreach program to compensate individual consumers whose devices were made inoperable by error 53. She said multi-national firms and their returns policies had to be compliant with the Australian Consumer Law. It has also said it will provide new devices as replacements for iPhones and iPads that have suffered a major failure, rather than refurbished ones.
  • South Korea, US suspend scheduled military exercise

    South Korea, US suspend scheduled military exercise

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    The next major exercise with South Korea is known as Ulchi Freedom Guardian; last year's version was held for 11 days in August and involved about 17,500 USA troops. "North Korea has great beaches", Trump told reporters after his summit with Kim. With Trump's abrupt about-face, his administration appears to be acquiescing to North Korea's request.
  • Unapologetic Trump digs in on immigration despite outrage

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    The family separations are the result of Mr Trump's " zero tolerance " policy that arrests all adults who are caught trying to enter the United States illegally, including those seeking asylum. "Democrats are good at only three things, High Taxes, High Crime and Obstruction". Calling for tough action against illegal immigration, Trump declared the U.S.
  • Tesla hit with 'extensive' sabotage by rogue employee: Musk

    Tesla hit with 'extensive' sabotage by rogue employee: Musk

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    In the all-hands email to Tesla staff, Musk wrote that the employee had made "direct code changes" to the company's production systems, as well as exporting "large amounts" of Tesla's data to unknown third parties. The fire was put out quickly, and no employees were hurt. "Could just be a random event, but as Andy Grove said, 'Only the paranoid survive, '" Musk wrote, quoting the former CEO of Intel.
  • Homeland Security chief denies policy separates families at border

    Homeland Security chief denies policy separates families at border

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    Nielsen continued to fend off questions regarding the photographs of children in cages and audio of children crying out for their parents . While jumping the border has been a crime for decades, past administrations had generally ignored that part of the law, instead treating illegal immigration as a civil matter and trying to deport people.
  • Merkel accepts CSU offer to delay ban on migrants: DPA

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    The nation's interior minister has suggested denying individuals who have previously applied for asylum or registered as asylum-seekers in other European countries. In an unprecedented split between the CDU and CSU, Seehofer has openly defied Merkel with a demand to allow border police to turn back migrants who lack valid identity papers or are already registered in another European Union country.
  • Homeland Security chief says no apology for separating families

    Homeland Security chief says no apology for separating families

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    Some, like MSNBC host Joe Scarborough , blasted the Trump administration for its conduct, but in her response on Monday, Nielsen suggested that not everyone who appeared as a family unit was, in fact, one. "These children are not entering at points of entry, but risky places", Sessions said. Immigration advocates and Democrats say the administration has made it exceedingly hard to claim asylum at official ports of entry.
  • Dead in Caracas Nightclub Stampede

    Dead in Caracas Nightclub Stampede

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    The stampede took place at the Club Los Cotorros in the El Paraíso district in western Caracas , local media reported. "All I know is my son is dead ", Nilson Guerra, 43, told local journalists. "The kids couldn't leave", Mr Perdomo said. Reverol said seven people, including two minors, have been detained. Authorities say non-governmental groups inflate figures to create paranoia and tarnish Maduro's socialist government.
  • President Trump tells Pentagon to create ‘Space Force’

    President Trump tells Pentagon to create ‘Space Force’

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    Joining Trump were Vice President Mike Pence (who heads up the recently revived space council), NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine, former astronaut Buzz Aldrin and members of his space council. The Air Force already maintains a Space Command, for example. Trump has previously hinted at interest in a Space Force several times before, including last month when he awarded the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy to the U.S.
  • China Retaliates With New Tariffs as Trump’s Trade War Escalates

    China Retaliates With New Tariffs as Trump’s Trade War Escalates

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    If Trump does that, and China again retaliates in kind, that could mean that nearly all USA goods exported to China would face new tariffs in the near future. It also called on other countries to "take collective action" against this "outdated and backwards behavior". Although Pompeo was in Beijing to debrief the Chinese on the Singapore summit, the trade friction was never far from the surface.
  • Trump Says He ‘Wouldn’t Sign’ GOP’s Compromise Immigration Bill

    Trump Says He ‘Wouldn’t Sign’ GOP’s Compromise Immigration Bill

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    Republican leaders have generally tried to minimize their differences with Trump. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), chair of the House Judiciary Committee, spearheads one, the Securing America's Future Act. The Goodlatte bill goes further. Among them, family-related visas for the married children or adult siblings of US citizens as well as the 55,000 visas now available under the diversity lottery system for immigrants from other represented countries, including many in Africa.
  • Led coalition bombed Syrian military base in Dayr al-Zawr

    Led coalition bombed Syrian military base in Dayr al-Zawr

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    Central Command spokesman, to Reuters . Syrian state media had reported on Sunday that the US -led coalition bombed one of the regime's military positions in al-Harra, resulting in injuries and fatalities, according to Reuters . The Damascus sky lights up missile fire as the USA launches an attack on Syria targeting different parts of the capital early Saturday, April 14, 2018.
  • One dead, 3 injured as van hits pedestrians near Dutch music festival

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    The white van struck the concert-goers around 4 a.m. (0200 GMT), police said, four hours after the headline act, R&B artist Bruno Mars, had performed in front of 70,000 people. A trauma helicopter and ambulances were reportedly on the scene within minutes of the incident, and a heavy police presence has been noted. Numerous fans had camped in the area overnight and the collision took place close to one of the campsites a short distance from the festival.
  • Black religious leaders criticize Sessions' use of scripture

    Black religious leaders criticize Sessions' use of scripture

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    Almost 2000 minors were separated from adults from April 19 to May 31, according to Department of Homeland Security figures obtained by the Associated Press. In the bleak light of these policy "innovations", conservative faith leaders are changing their stands. They included the National Association of Evangelicals and the council for Christian Colleges and Universities.
  • Arab aircraft hammer Houthis around airport of major Yemen port Hodeidah

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    The Houthi militias have been detaining a French sailor for two weeks after his boat had to dock at the Hodeidah Port, west of Yemen, due to a technical malfunction. The Saudi-led coalition - which includes the UAE - intervened in the war in March 2015 at the request of the internationally-recognised government of Yemeni President Abdrabu Mansur Hadi.
  • Melania Trump ‘hates’ separating migrant kids from parents

    Melania Trump ‘hates’ separating migrant kids from parents

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    And it breaks my heart", Mrs. She rejected the administration's argument that it was preventing child trafficking, saying "that is not what's going on". Trump has confused his allies in the House with conflicting signals about his preferences. A spokeswoman for the wife of President Donald Trump issued the statement after several days of images of crying children appearing on television and online.
  • 2 feared dead, 41 hurt after quake hits Japan

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    The epicentre of the natural disaster was in the northern part of the prefecture, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. Japanese disaster authorities say two people have been found without vital signs and 41 others injured by an quake in western Japan.
  • Bystander kills suspect at Washington Walmart

    Bystander kills suspect at Washington Walmart

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    The Tacoma News Tribune reported the incident occurred about 5 p.m.at the Walmart at 5900 Littlerock Rd SW. The TNT quoted a Thurston County sheriff's dispatcher as its source. Kailani Bailey, 19, of Lacey also was inside the Walmart grocery shopping when a tall man in a gray T-shirt and jeans sprinted into the building, shoving people out of the way and shouting "Move, move!" Witnesses told other media that they were inside the store and heard shots.
  • India responds to United States tariffs with equivalent duties of its own

    India responds to United States tariffs with equivalent duties of its own

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    As the Trump administration faces flak for slapping tariff hikes on steel and aluminium imports, India has made a decision to retaliate by increasing import duties on 30 products from the United States. and India are set to meet at the end of June to address a number of trade-related issues, including agricultural subsidies and increased tariffs on certain goods.
  • Hillary Clinton masterfully mocks James Comey over his misuse of private email

    Hillary Clinton masterfully mocks James Comey over his misuse of private email

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    Trump's attorneys huddled for several hours with the President Thursday to plan their next moves as they prepare to meet with special counsel Robert Mueller's team in the near future. We concluded that Comey's unilateral announcement was inconsistent with Department policy and violated long-standing Department practice and protocol by, among other things, criticizing Clinton's uncharged conduct.
  • First lady spokeswoman: Melania Trump 'hates to see' families separated at border

    First lady spokeswoman: Melania Trump 'hates to see' families separated at border

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    He added, "By they way, if they're calling asylum, they're still going to the - to the detention centers although the (ph) - detention centers are now full". can be both a law-abiding country and one that "governs with heart". However, there is no law mandating the separation of families. Despite that, presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway has rejected suggestions Mr Trump is using the children as leverage to force his opponents to enter negotiations on immigration and his long-promised ...
  • UN envoy in Yemen for emergency talks on Hodeida

    UN envoy in Yemen for emergency talks on Hodeida

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    Instead, they say they took power in a popular revolt and are defending Yemen from invasion by its neighbours. The envoy would exert his last efforts to convince the militias to peacefully withdraw from Hodeida and hand over the strategic port to Yemeni forces.
  • No need to justify separating kids, parents at border: Bannon

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    To those who work with immigrants, the parents' plight was heralded by a series of measures making it harder for kids arriving on the border to get released from government custody and to seek legal status here. In contrast with his praise for Trump , Bannon, a professing Catholic, slammed Pope Francis for his approach to Europe's refugee crisis and labeled the Catholic Church "one of the worst instigators of this open borders policy".
  • Three dead, dozens injured in western Japan earthquake

    Three dead, dozens injured in western Japan earthquake

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    Train and subway service including the bullet train have been suspended to check for damage to equipment. Osaka prefecture, which includes the city and surrounding areas, has a population of 8.8 million. The temblor had an intensity of lower 6 on the Japanese scale of 7. The quake, which hit just before 8am (7am Singapore time), killed three people, including a nine-year-old girl.
  • Melania 'Hates to See' Families Separated at Border

    Melania 'Hates to See' Families Separated at Border

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    His clear-eyed strategy is to use the separated children as pawns to extract concessions from Democrats on an immigration package that would include money for Trump's border wall and cuts to legal immigration, among other measures. "Congress should focus on border security and stop talking about amnesty as a solution". Apply to enter lawfully. The issue deeply divides Republicans, who are increasingly breaking with the administration over the zero-tolerance policy.
  • Three dead, plants and trains halted as quake rattles Osaka

    Three dead, plants and trains halted as quake rattles Osaka

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    Japanese disaster authorities say two people have been found without vital signs and 41 others injured by an quake in western Japan. Japanese media reported one of the likely victims is a 9-year-old girl at a school. The inland natural disaster poses no tsunami risk. Power was quickly restored to more than 170,000 homes that had earlier been cut off, regional utility Kansai Electric Power Co.
  • Tragic Details Surrounding 22-Year-Old Comedian Eurydice Dixon's Murder

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    And she really had just started to find her feet as a performer. A passerby found her body the next morning on a soccer field at Princes Park, just blocks from her house. " My message is that people need to be aware of their own personal security and just be mindful of their surroundings ", Detective Inspector Stamper told the community.
  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel's leadership under threat over migrant policy

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel's leadership under threat over migrant policy

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    Getting all of the EU states on board for an overhaul of asylum practices and rules is "in my view one of the most decisive issues for European unity", the Christian Democrat chancellor said. The CSU - which faces an election threat from the AfD in October state polls - has refused to budge and set Merkel an effective ultimatum of next Monday.
  • Sheriff: At least 4 dead in Texas border crash

    Sheriff: At least 4 dead in Texas border crash

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    Most of the occupants in the SUV were believed in the country without legal permission. Fourteen people were inside the auto, 12 of them were ejected from the vehicle after traveling over 100 miles per hour before rolling over at noon on Highway 85, said the Dimmit County Sheriff's Office.
  • Assad says Israel, US preventing south Syria settlement

    Assad says Israel, US preventing south Syria settlement

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    Since previous year, a "de-escalation" deal brokered by Russian Federation, the United States and Jordan has contained fighting in the southwest. FILE PHOTO: A picture of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is seen in Ramouseh, a government controlled area of Aleppo, Syria December 8, 2016.
  • Strong quake rattles Gunma Prefecture, but no injuries reported

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    Passengers were evacuated as there morning commute was disrupted. An 80-year-old man and a young 9yo girl were killed in Japan, crushed by collapsing walls, public broadcaster NHK reported . A strong quake has shaken the city of Osaka in western Japan. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters the government was "working united, with its first priority on saving people's lives".
  • Melania Trump, Kellyanne Conway Pretend Trump Can’t Immediately Stop Family Separations

    Melania Trump, Kellyanne Conway Pretend Trump Can’t Immediately Stop Family Separations

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    She added, "Let me just tell you that nobody likes seeing babies ripped from their mother's arms, from their mother's wombs, frankly, but we have to make sure that DHS's laws are understood through the sound byte culture we live in". More than 2,000 children have been removed from their parents over the last six weeks since Jeff Sessions, the USA attorney general, introduced the new approach.
  • Roger Stone Admits Meeting With Russian Who Promised Damaging Clinton Info

    Roger Stone Admits Meeting With Russian Who Promised Damaging Clinton Info

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    On Sunday, independent journalist Seth Abramson suggested that the presence of the mysterious Ukrainian indicates a link to former Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort, who as The Inquisitr has reported has been indicted by Russian Federation investigation Special Counsel Robert Mueller on numerous counts, including conspiracy against the United States, and who was jailed on Friday in connection with a witness tampering charge.