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The warning reads: "Triggered when the Met Office confirms threshold temperatures for one of more regions have been reached for one day and the following night, and the forecast for the next day has a greater than 90% confidence level that the day threshold temperature will be met".
  • Trumps threats are ‘psychological warfare: Iran general

    Trumps threats are ‘psychological warfare: Iran general

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    In an address to a meeting of heads of Iran's diplomatic missions overseas, held in Tehran on Sunday morning, Rouhani derided Trump's plan to drive the Islamic Republic's oil exports down to zero, saying an individual with even a basic knowledge of politics would never talk about a halt to Iranian oil exports.
  • Trump Returns to 'Witch Hunt' Tweets Against Mueller Probe

    Trump Returns to 'Witch Hunt' Tweets Against Mueller Probe

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    The surveillance of Page became a contentious matter between Republican and Democratic lawmakers earlier this year. He called the documents "so ridiculous, it's just beyond words" and "literally, a complete joke". The FISA applications detail why, outlining suspicions that Carter Page was an asset of the Russian government. The FBI believed Donald Trump's foreign policy aide Carter Page had "been collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government" during the 2016 election ...
  • Britain's new foreign minister Hunt warns of no-deal Brexit risk

    Britain's new foreign minister Hunt warns of no-deal Brexit risk

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    Cable snapped higher on Friday after touching the lowest since September. "Whatever happens with the negotiations, we urge all governments to make it clear to all European Union citizens who have made somewhere else their home, that they can stay", said Hilary Benn, a Labour MP and chair of the parliamentary committee.
  • Trump Wants To Revoke Security Clearances Of Ex-Officials Who've Criticized Him

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    People who work in national security jobs often can retain access to classified information after they leave government, subject to numerous same restrictions or investigations as government employees. Paul confirmed in a tweet on Monday that he had met with Trump and had urged him to revoke these clearances. Following the Trump-Putin press conference, Brennan hinted Republicans should move to impeach the president and accused him of "treason" - a capital crime.
  • Prosecutors in Michael Cohen case get 12 audio recordings from 'special master'

    Prosecutors in Michael Cohen case get 12 audio recordings from 'special master'

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    Cohen's legal matters", Blakely, who represents Cohen in the Daniels" suit, added, "will not be tried in the court of public opinion, but in a court of law". If campaign funds were used, that could run afoul of federal election law, according to legal experts. Giuliani confirmed on Monday that Trump's lawyers were not asserting attorney-client privilege over the tapes.
  • Ecuador close to evicting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange: Greenwald

    Ecuador close to evicting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange: Greenwald

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    The fate of the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is expected to be high on the agenda when the President of Ecuador visits London this week. However, the Ecuadorian leader is also expected to use his trip to the British Isles to " finalize an agreement under which Ecuador will withdraw its asylum protection of Julian Assange ", according to the Intercept's co-editor, Glenn Greenwald , who is best known for a series of reports detailing the United States surveillance programs based ...
  • Stormy Daniels' Husband Glendon Crain Files for Divorce

    Stormy Daniels' Husband Glendon Crain Files for Divorce

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    Stormy Daniels' husband has filed for divorce, claiming adultery. E! News can confirm Crain, a musician and former adult star, filed for divorce from Daniels on July 18. Perhaps realizing that she's in an odd position to be asking for privacy, Daniels corrected her attorney a few hours later. Daniels also said in the interview that she was paid $130,000 (U.S.) by Trump's lawyer to keep quiet about the alleged fling ahead of the 2016 presidential election - a payment that had been ...
  • Eritrean president's historic Ethiopian visit boosts hopes of reconciliation

    Eritrean president's historic Ethiopian visit boosts hopes of reconciliation

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    Earlier this week, Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki reopened the country's Ethiopia-based embassy. In 2018, he was appointed as the Ethiopian ambassador to Eritrea . Afwerki and Ahmed have good reasons to be optimistic about the two countries' ongoing reconciliation momentum. However, after recent diplomatic ties, peace has returned between the Horn of Africa nations.
  • Donald Trump tells Iran they will 'SUFFER CONSEQUENCES' in angry tweet

    Donald Trump tells Iran they will 'SUFFER CONSEQUENCES' in angry tweet

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    The tweet came in response to an interview where the Iranian president said that a conflict between his country and the US would be the " mother of all wars " and "would only lead to regret". Rouhani left open the possibility of peace between the two countries, at odds since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The next, on November 4, will target Iran's financial and oil institutions.
  • Israeli airstrike targets military position in Syria's Hama

    Israeli airstrike targets military position in Syria's Hama

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    The Israeli Defense Forces said in a statement that the operation had been carried out due to an "immediate threat" to the rescue workers' lives. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said they were acting on a request from the U.S., the United Kingdom and other European nations.
  • Trump 'Very Happy' with North Korea Nuclear Weapons Talks

    Trump 'Very Happy' with North Korea Nuclear Weapons Talks

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    The Sohae station is North Korea's main satellite launch facility. US President Donald Trump said Monday he was "very happy" with how talks were progressing with North Korea, as observers and the media highlight the lack of concrete results one month after his summit with Kim Jong Un .
  • Judge to rule on Manafort request to delay trial

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    Manafort has pleaded not guilty to the charges and denied wrongdoing. At Monday's hearing in Virginia, Judge Ellis also ordered the special counsel to provide defense attorneys for Manafort with the names of 30 prospective witnesses for trial, which is scheduled to begin this week.
  • Pennsylvania Woman Wounded by Windswept Umbrella on Ocean City Beach

    Pennsylvania Woman Wounded by Windswept Umbrella on Ocean City Beach

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    The 46-year-old woman from Pennsylvania was transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center. She was conscious, but her condition was not immediately known. That means rocking the whole umbrella pole back and forth until 18 to 24 inches of the pole are beneath the sand, as well as making sure the umbrella is tilted into the wind.
  • Why Amazon Is Warning the U.K. Government About 'Civil Unrest'

    Why Amazon Is Warning the U.K. Government About 'Civil Unrest'

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    Speaking on BBC's Andrew Marr Show , Raab also didn't dispute claims a motorway in Kent could become a "lorry park" if stringent customs checks are implemented by the European Union if no trade agreement is reached. "We ought to be trying to reassure citizens on the continent and also here", he said. 'There is obviously an attempt to try and ramp up the pressure'.
  • Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif 'on the verge of kidney failure'

    Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif 'on the verge of kidney failure'

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    According to reports, the urea nitrogen in Sharif's blood has climbed to risky levels, his heartbeat is irregular and he is suffering from dehydration and excessive sweating. The move came after a medical team visited Nawaz Sharif in jail for check-up. He said Sharif was in good health but the former premier complained that facilities they deserved were not provided to them.
  • Indian media, global establishment stands with Nawaz, says Imran Khan

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    On Sunday, the TTP claimed responsibility for the attack. Video images from the scene showed three bleeding and unconscious passengers inside a badly damaged black sports utility vehicle. Journalists in Pakistan say they have come under unprecedented pressure from the authorities before the election. On Saturday, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) announced it would deploy 1.6 million electoral officials and almost 750,000 security personnel, including about 300,000 soldiers to ...
  • Trump 'Looking Into' Revoking Security Clearances Of Former Officials Critical Of Him

    Trump 'Looking Into' Revoking Security Clearances Of Former Officials Critical Of Him

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    Sanders says Trump is considering taking away security clearances from Brennen, Comey, McCabe, Clapper, and Rice "because in some cases they have monetized their security clearances". Last week, he said Trump's press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin "rises to & exceeds the threshold of 'high crimes & misdemeanors, '" adding that it was "nothing short of treasonous".
  • Trump Attempts To Calm Fears: 'I Gave Up NOTHING' To Putin

    Trump Attempts To Calm Fears: 'I Gave Up NOTHING' To Putin

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    Shortly after Trump "misspoke" during a post-summit press conference, saying that he doesn't see " any reason why it would be " Russia that meddled in the U.S. He took a deep breath and continued: "OK". He went on to blast the dossier, calling it "fake" and "dirty" before declaring the investigation headed by special counsel Robert S.
  • Trump raises questions over seized Cohen recording

    Trump raises questions over seized Cohen recording

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    Two other sources said that beyond the tape with the President there were other recordings of "powerful" people speaking with Cohen that the Federal Bureau of Investigation seized. Davis said "any attempt at spin can not change what is on the tape". Mr Cohen has not been charged with a crime. "Nothing in that conversation suggests that he had any knowledge of it in advance", Giuliani told The Times.
  • European Union negotiator questions UK's approach to post-Brexit regulation

    European Union negotiator questions UK's approach to post-Brexit regulation

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    The bloc as a whole would see 1.5 per cent knocked off its GDP - and the impact on Ireland would be much worse at around 4 per cent. This comes as Britain's new Brexit Minister Dominic Raab met for the first time with European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier, with Mr Raab saying he is ready to work throughout August to "intensify" the talks and "get some energy" into them.
  • I and Putin merely talked about future benefits for both countries

    I and Putin merely talked about future benefits for both countries

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    Critics from both political parties have denounced the president's comments. Will Hurd (R-Texas) wrote last week, who alleged Trump is being "manipulated" by his Russian counterpart. Trump walked those comments back the next day. A smaller 58 percent majority of conservatives approve of Trump's conduct at the summit. Trump tweeted Monday: "A disgrace to America".
  • No New Pentagon Guidance on US-Russian Military Cooperation in Syria

    No New Pentagon Guidance on US-Russian Military Cooperation in Syria

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    The Israel Defense Forces did not comment on the report. "We will do our best to prevent tensions from escalating", Dzhagaryan affirmed. He expressed hope that continued talks by China, Russia and other European countries with the United States will make the White House change its stance with regards to unilateral policies.
  • Japanese heat wave pushes temperature to record

    Japanese heat wave pushes temperature to record

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    Meanwhile rescuers in Tokyo responded to more than 3,000 emergency calls on Friday, breaking the record of 2,900 set the previous day. Temperatures peaked at 40C in central Japan earlier this week, a five-year high. Ms Koike also cited traditional ways of cooling in Japan, such as hanging straw screens and spraying water on road surfaces. Temperatures in the ancient capital of Kyoto marked a record last week of seven straight days above 38 degrees, hitting 39.8 on July 19, and prompting ...
  • Hundreds of White Helmet volunteers evacuated from Syria

    Hundreds of White Helmet volunteers evacuated from Syria

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    The military operation saw the Israeli military slip hundreds of people from Syria to Jordan, though the exact numbers were still being determined; Jordanian officials initially said that 800 Syrians were rescued, though that number was later revised down to around 425.
  • Woman killed as man takes dozens of people hostage in LA supermarket

    Woman killed as man takes dozens of people hostage in LA supermarket

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    TV helicopters showed police rescuing a group of children from the store, while other views showed people leaving through the front door with their hands up. He added that officers tried to pull the man over and were led on a pursuit. Margaret Stewart of the Los Angeles Fire Department said paramedics treated 10 people at the scene of the Trader Joe's, including the suspect , his girlfriend and the woman who died .
  • JUST IN: Multiple killed in Colenso taxi ambush

    JUST IN: Multiple killed in Colenso taxi ambush

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    Police commissioner General Khehla Sitole condemned the "senseless killing" of people associated with the Ivory-Park and the Kempton Park taxi associations in Gauteng. The country has seen a spate of taxi violence by rival groups vying for dominance on profitable routes. "There has been a lot of taxi violence in the area but we are still investigating who the perpetrators were".
  • Nine US 'duck boat' victims from the same family - governor

    Nine US 'duck boat' victims from the same family - governor

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    Her husband and three children, aged nine, seven and one; her 45-year-old sister-in-law and two-year-old nephew; her mother-in-law and father-in-law and her husband's uncle all died on Thursday in the deadliest accident of its kind in almost two decades.
  • Weather: Likely some showers and storms overnight

    Weather: Likely some showers and storms overnight

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    Wind: E 5-10. High: 92. Next week brings highs generally in the mid 80s to low 90s temperature range however with more cloud cover and possibility of rain on some days don't be surprised by even cooler temperatures than the forecast indicates.
  • Bloc willing to build bridges in trade dispute with US

    Bloc willing to build bridges in trade dispute with US

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    Le Maire said Europe as a whole was anxious about being dragged into a global trade war that would leave everyone as "losers" after US President Donald Trump initiated retaliatory measures by hitting China and traditional allies the EU, Canada and Mexico with trade tariffs.
  • Barnier highlights need to resolve Rock's post-Brexit future

    Barnier highlights need to resolve Rock's post-Brexit future

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    According to her, "the European Union now has to respond, not just relying on previous positions that have already proven to be inappropriate, but to develop its position". "Not to seek a solution would be to resume our career as an independent sovereign trading nation by betraying commitments to a part of our nation and to our nearest neighbour".
  • Sen. Lindsey Graham says Trump's tough talk

    Sen. Lindsey Graham says Trump's tough talk "not working" on Putin

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    Meanwhile, the probe into the Russian meddling in the 2016 USA election is ongoing. During the press conference, Trump said, "My people came to me, Dan Coats , came to me and some others they said they think it's Russian Federation". But Gowdy said his issues with Trump's performance went beyond that one line. "In a key sentence in my remarks, I said the word "would" instead of "wouldn't, '" Trump told the cameras during a meeting with members of Congress in the Roosevelt Room".
  • Donald Trump’s furious Twitter post threatening Iran president Hassan Rouhani

    Donald Trump’s furious Twitter post threatening Iran president Hassan Rouhani

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    Rouhani on Sunday said "war with Iran is the mother of all wars ", but did not rule out peace between the two countries. Rouhani's apparent threat earlier this month to disrupt oil shipments from neighboring countries came in reaction to looming US sanctions and efforts by Washington to force all countries to stop buying Iranian oil.
  • Multiple people shot outside Toronto restaurant

    Multiple people shot outside Toronto restaurant

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    As many as 9 people have injured , including a child, and the gunamn is dead following a mass shooting in Greektown . Toronto Star, quoting eyewitnesses, described a man dressed in black firing between 15 and 20 shots. I was watching a movie and all I heard were gun shots. A witness at the scene said multiple victims were injured on different blocks. Police are warning people to stay away from the area.
  • Trader Joe's shooting suspect was feuding with grandma

    Trader Joe's shooting suspect was feuding with grandma

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    After previously tweeting about "an active police incident", the LAPD tweeted that an individual had "barricaded themselves" at the chain grocery story. Christian Dunlop, a real estate agent and actor who lives nearby and frequents the Trader Joe's, was on a corner near the store when he saw four people run out.
  • Gunman holes up in LA supermarket after firing at police

    Gunman holes up in LA supermarket after firing at police

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    Police amassed outside the store, and at 5:30 p.m., at least three people who appeared to be customers came out of the store with their hands in the air - apparently hostages who were released or shoppers who had managed to elude the gunman.