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Prime Minister Theresa May faces potentially highly damaging attacks from both sides in parliament this week over plans for Britain's future trading relationship with the European Union after Brexit. "I would not have gone through all the work that I did to ensure that we reached that agreement only to see it changed in some way through these Bills", she told MPs.
  • Morning News Shows Pan Donald Trump’s Performance At Putin Presser

    Morning News Shows Pan Donald Trump’s Performance At Putin Presser

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    The leaders will conclude by taking questions at a joint news conference. "This was a very good day for President Putin", said Senator Bob Corker, the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee. It's too big to be sanctioned and isolated". Mr Trump also blamed poor relations with Russia on past U.S. administrations rather than Russian actions.
  • Guto Bebb: MP resigns as minister over Brexit vote

    Guto Bebb: MP resigns as minister over Brexit vote

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    Theresa May faces a fresh Commons battle over Brexit just hours after Tory civil war pushed her customs legislation to the brink. 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.
  • India asks states to inspect childcare homes run by Missionaries of Charity

    India asks states to inspect childcare homes run by Missionaries of Charity

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    There has been a number of reports of babies and children being trafficked through charity-run homes and hospitals in India , which campaigners say is driven by a long waiting list for adoption. Maneka Gandhi has also expressed displeasure that even the children available for adoption in the 2,300 CARA linked institutions have still not been brought into on the adoption system.
  • Defence minister resigns as crucial Brexit vote clears Commons

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    But eurosceptics believe it keeps Britain too close to the European Union, and Davis, the former Brexit secretary, warned in the Financial Times on Monday it would deny the government the "freedom to run our own economy". - Boris Johnson The departing foreign secretary used a scathing resignation letter to the Prime Minister to say that, under her leadership, the United Kingdom was "heading for a semi-Brexit", with the dream of an outward-looking global Britain "dying, suffocated by needless ...
  • May's customs bill survives stormy waters

    May's customs bill survives stormy waters

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    The Chequers agreement, which is only a starting point for negotiations with the European Union, has already led to the resignations of her Brexit minister David Davis and foreign secretary Boris Johnson , and the eurosceptic faction say it has to change.
  • With Trump-Putin Summit, Russia Eyes Return to Global Power Status

    With Trump-Putin Summit, Russia Eyes Return to Global Power Status

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    And this is a very serious matter. "I think that getting along with Russian Federation is a good thing", Trump told the program. Asked whether Trump would ask Putin to turn over the 12 military intelligence officials, US national security adviser John Bolton called the idea "pretty silly" and said doing so would put the president in a "weak position".
  • West Oxfordshire MP resigns from government over Brexit plan

    West Oxfordshire MP resigns from government over Brexit plan

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    Mrs May also addresses the 1922 committee and will be grilled on Brexit by the liaison committee of senior backbench MPs. This appeared to fly in the face of the position she set out in the Brexit proposals she agreed with her Cabinet 11 days ago at Chequers and set out last week in a much delayed White Paper.
  • Michael Cohen trolls Trump over Russian Federation summit

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    Mr Putin denied the interference claim. But several Republicans who do not typically buck the President raised concerns, shocked by Monday's performance. Key members of the US Congress, including some Republicans, criticised Trump's performance at the press conference . And Trump continues to reject Mueller's probe as a "witch hunt", despite the indictments of Russian hackers and intelligence officials.
  • Syrian Army Says It Captures Strategic Hill Overlooking Israeli Border

    Syrian Army Says It Captures Strategic Hill Overlooking Israeli Border

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    The clashes had left 18 regime forces and 13 rebels and allied jihadists dead, the monitor said. Meanwhile, Syrian rebels and their relatives began evacuating Daraa on Sunday, the Observatory and a correspondent from the AFP news agency said, more than seven years after the country's uprising erupted there.
  • Drug-laced breast milk used to kill infant son: prosecutors

    Drug-laced breast milk used to kill infant son: prosecutors

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    Louis Busico, the lawyer representing Jones, could not be reached for comment. According to authorities, Jones said that on the morning the child died, the baby was crying at 3 a.m. Jones had also taken the drug while she was pregnant with R.J., investigators said. "The benefits of breastfeeding largely outweigh any theoretical minimal risks", the article states.
  • Indonesian mob kills 300 crocodiles seeking revenge for man's death

    Indonesian mob kills 300 crocodiles seeking revenge for man's death

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    The reason the man entered the pond wasn't immediately clear, with some reports saying he was gathering vegetables while others suggested he may have entered to cut grass for his cattle. "It was so horrid to see". Local conservation agency head Bassar Manulang said they were told that the farm had agreed to pay compensation. But the mob was not satisfied and headed to the crocodile farm armed with clubs, knives, machetes and shovels which they used to slaughter some 292 crocs, ranging from ...
  • Brexit referendum Q&A: is another poll becoming more likely?

    Brexit referendum Q&A: is another poll becoming more likely?

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    During the interview, May laughed off the president's legal action suggestion, saying she would carry on with negotiations, but added: "Interestingly, what the president also said at that press conference was "don't walk away". He waved as they heckled him from a hill overlooking the Ailsa championship course of his golf resort. "Some people are saying they want to vote in the Trade Bill to keep us in the customs union".
  • Rain sticks around in Central Georgia

    Rain sticks around in Central Georgia

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    The high temperature will again be in the mid- to upper-80s. Tomorrow same scenario will exist with spotty showers/storms for most of the day but especially in the afternoon. It will be partly cloudy across the metro with highs in the mid 80 and a light east wind. Confidence is high that this weekend will be dry however differences in the models on if we stay around 90 or get into the middle 90s is in question.
  • President Trump Sides With Putin At Historic Summit

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    Trump said in an interview with CBS News broadcast on Sunday that he may ask the Russian president to extradite the agents to the U.S. Toomey added, "Putin insists that the Russian government has nothing to do with meddling in our elections".
  • Foreign envoys decry Trump-Putin summit as 'devastating' and 'pathetic'

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    Rather, when pressed about the verdict of his own intelligence chiefs, Trump stressed that Putin had delivered a "powerful" denial of any Russian vote meddling and said the U.S. I will say this: "I don't see any reason why it would be". Putin has denied any election meddling, and Trump has denied any collusion with Russian Federation.
  • May reveals Trump told her to 'sue' the EU

    May reveals Trump told her to 'sue' the EU

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    At the news conference, Trump , without revealing what he had advised May, said that she had seemed to regard his suggestion as too "brutal". "Even if no other type of agreements come out of it...just that handshake and that smile and that respect gives him (Putin) huge dividends, huge benefits for the many audiences that he plays to", Szakonyi said.
  • Recent AU graduate charged with acting as Russian agent in US

    Recent AU graduate charged with acting as Russian agent in US

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    The court records do not name the official. She arranged dinners in Washington and New York City and tried to develop relationships with American politicians in order to establish "back channel" lines of communication to "penetrate the USA national decision-making apparatus to advance the agenda of the Russian Federation", the complaint said.
  • 7-year-old hit, killed crossing I-94 in Romulus

    7-year-old hit, killed crossing I-94 in Romulus

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    After investigating the suspected pedestrian accident, troopers learned that the Romulus Police Department had been looking into a crash that happened on I-94 and Merriman Road at 3:30 a.m. Officers said Thomas was struck and killed instantly. Burts said that seven-year-old was a rising third-grader and described her as a "blessing" to everyone who's ever met her.
  • 13 injured after lava hits tour boat on Hawaii's Big Island

    13 injured after lava hits tour boat on Hawaii's Big Island

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    Geological Survey (USGS). A stream of lava entering the ocean is responsible for the incident, as multiple ocean-entry points have been formed over the last two months. Officials say it can be unsafe to get close to lava entering the ocean, because clouds of acid and fine glass can be created as the transfer takes place.
  • Mob in Bidar lynches Hyderabad man suspecting him to be child lifter

    Mob in Bidar lynches Hyderabad man suspecting him to be child lifter

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    This kind gesture turned out to be the reason for his friend's murder. In a video that has since gone viral, a mob can be seen surrounding the four men and later dragging them out of their overturned vehicle. The police arrested the attackers based on a video clip of the incident, Superintendent of Police D Devraj told the Hindustan Times . "We're still investigating though, everything necessary would be done".
  • Ex-minister backs new Brexit vote as eurosceptics pressure May

    Ex-minister backs new Brexit vote as eurosceptics pressure May

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    The Daily Telegraph reported more than 100 MPs had joined the group - more than double the 48 needed to submit letters of no confidence in the Prime Minister to force a leadership contest. In sign that he was keeping his powder dry, he said in an article for The Daily Telegraph that he would resist "for now" the temptation "to bang on about Brexit".
  • Officers shot in Kansas City

    Officers shot in Kansas City

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    The report says that the suspect came out of a home where he had barricaded himself inside on Sunday afternoon and exchanged gunfire with police. Kansas City Police said in a statement at around 2 p.m. Officers exchanged gunfire while chasing him, and a third officer was struck. All three officers were expected to live. The condition of the third officer is unknown.
  • Comments by former clerks may backfire on Trump's high court pick

    Comments by former clerks may backfire on Trump's high court pick

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    Democrats have also called on McConnell to hold off on a confirmation vote until after the November midterm elections, which the majority leader has refused. Wade , the high court ruling that legalized abortion on demand. Sen. Ernst said in a statement , " Judge Brett Kavanaugh is a highly-qualified, well-respected justice committed to the rule of law.
  • European Union chief urges Trump, Putin not to destroy global order

    European Union chief urges Trump, Putin not to destroy global order

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    The meeting between Chinese and European officials in Beijing , which also included European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker, came as Trump prepared to hold talks in Helsinki with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. "The EU took note of China's recent commitments to improving market access and the investment environment, strengthening intellectual property rights and expanding imports, and looks forward to their full implementation as well as further measures", they added.
  • Theresa May braced for showdown with Brexit rebels

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    His resignation follows that of foreign secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit secretary David Davis , as dissatisfaction with Theresa May's Brexit deal proposed at Chequers spreads throughout the government. It has also been rejected by some in the pro-EU faction in her party, with former minister Justine Greening calling on Monday for a second Brexit referendum to end the stalemate in parliament over the best future relationship with the bloc.
  • United States arrests, accuses woman of acting as Russian agent

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    Federal prosecutors in Washington revealed Monday that they have arrested a 29-year-old woman and accused her of acting as a covert agent inside the US on behalf of a senior Kremlin official. Torshin was placed under sanction by the USA in April this year. Butina, a Russian national who has been living the US, was charged with conspiracy to act as an unregistered agent of the Russian government and accused of working to infiltrate American political organizations, including the National ...
  • US, North Korea to resume search for remains from Korean War

    US, North Korea to resume search for remains from Korean War

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    North Korean and U.S. military officials met at the inter-Korea border Sunday to discuss repatriation of the remains of American troops killed during the Korean War, a report said. About 200 sets of remains are expected to be handed over to the UNC at the inter-Korean border. The receiving will be handled by the UNC, not the USA or the South Korean military.
  • Trump advises May to sue European Union, not negotiate with it

    Trump advises May to sue European Union, not negotiate with it

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    Revealing the surprising suggestion on the BBC's Andrew Marr program on Sunday, May appeared to stifle what appeared to be a chuckle of disbelief at Trump's outlandish idea. He was reported saying in the British newspaper The Mail on Sunday , "She is an incredible woman, she is so sharp, she is so attractive, when I say lovely - inside and out".
  • Putin says he and Trump agreed on securing Israel's border with Syria

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    On to business matters, he said the two had "a lot of good things" to talk about, including "everything from trade to military, to missiles, to nuclear, to China, we'll be talking a little bit about China - our mutual friend President Xi". That's very nice. That will go to my son Barron. He told CBS News that he didn't "expect anything" from Putin, while his national security adviser said the US wasn't looking for any "concrete deliverables".
  • France World Cup-winning squad to be awarded Legion of Honour

    France World Cup-winning squad to be awarded Legion of Honour

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    The fans were particularly proud that the team captain, Luka Modric, won the Golden Ball after being voted the best player of the World Cup . France is the 2018 World Cup winners after edging out Croatia 4-2 in Moscow. France has suffered years of tension and self-examination since a series of attacks by Islamist gunmen during 2015 that left more than 140 dead, including 89 killed in the Bataclan theater in Paris .
  • Arrest made in 1988 slaying of Indiana girl

    Arrest made in 1988 slaying of Indiana girl

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    According to the probable cause affidavit, the DNA from the recently obtained condoms matched the DNA from the 2004 condoms, which matched the genetic profile found on the victim. He said in Allen Superior Court he understood the charges but said nothing else. But the DNA material recovered from the condoms did match the evidence recovered from Tinsleys underwear — concretely linking the deranged 2004 notes with the 1988 killing.
  • Donald Trump Meets Vladimir Putin In Finland: Highlights

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    Mr Trump said during the meeting that the United States and Russian Federation would have an extraordinary relationship. "It is great to be with you", Trump told Putin, before shaking hands briefly and heading into talks, which are being closely watched around the world.
  • Roger Stone says he's the 'US person' mentioned in Mueller indictment

    Roger Stone says he's the 'US person' mentioned in Mueller indictment

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    But they note that "a person who was in regular contact with senior members" of the Trump campaign was also in repeated contact over the internet with an entity known as "Guccifer 2.0". "Eleven of the defendants are charged with conspiring to hack into computers, steal documents and release those documents with the intent to interfere in the election", said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
  • Trump Says Queen Thinks Brexit Is 'Very Complex Problem'

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    The US President sat down with the GMB host on Air Force One as he made his inaugural visit to Britain. He went on to say: "Let me tell you what I can talk about; she is an incredible woman, she is so sharp, she is so attractive, when I say attractive - inside and out".
  • Rouhani says U.S. isolated on sanctions, even among allies

    Rouhani says U.S. isolated on sanctions, even among allies

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    Oil deliveries from Persian Gulf countries won't stop, if all the states in the region will be able to carry out its transit, the worldwide affairs adviser to Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said at the Valdai discussion club on Friday.
  • Putin to Trump: it's time to talk about our relations

    Putin to Trump: it's time to talk about our relations

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    Warner said . But he told CBS that he was going into it with 'low expectations'. Many fear that Trump - in his eagerness to prove that he was right to seek the summit with Putin despite United States political opposition - may give up too much ground.
  • Italy to take some migrants after European Union countries offer to help

    Italy to take some migrants after European Union countries offer to help

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    The boats, which are now in Italian waters, had initially set sail from Libya in a single wooden vessel which was identified early Friday while passing through waters under Malta's jurisdiction. Italy's Conte insisted the "solidarity" strategy was working, citing the offers from France, Malta and Germany. France has taken in a much smaller share of migrants in recent years than neighboring Germany or Italy.