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Guatemala volcano explodes again, death toll reaches 72

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Super-heated volcanic debris swept through small communities on the volcano's flanks Sunday with little warning for residents. Seven communities in already devastated areas were evacuated as the volcano's activity increased, with rescue operations halted. Read More »

Putin says lifting sanctions on Moscow will benefit all

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Putin is in Vienna to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the completion of a pipeline that transports Russian gas to Europe. During the visit, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Putin will hold small- and large-scale talks, meet the press together, attend signing ceremonies and welcome banquets, and exchange views on bilateral relations, cooperation in key areas, and other global and regional issues of common concern, said Hua. Read More »

Melania Trump not going to Canada, Singapore: spokeswoman

The group appeared headed for a family weekend, minus the first lady, at Camp David in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains. The first lady underwent an embolization procedure on Monday, May 14, likely to remove a cyst from her kidney. Recently, we haven't seen any pictures or videos of Melania working on any of her projects, and it is leading to questions about her week-long stay in the hospital and extended recovery time for an easy procedure that is supposed to have a quick recovery. Read More »

Obituary for Minnesota 80-year-old says 'she will not be missed'

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The five-paragraph memorial to 80-year-old Kathleen Dehmlow began like most obituaries, but quickly turned into an attack on Dehmlow and her past. "She abandoned her children, Gina and Jay who were raised by her parents in Clements, Mr. Dehmlow's obituary was not the first to leave people talking. Linda Mann, of Greenfield, Wisconsin wrote: "The good Lord loves you more than anyone else ever could". Read More »

FBI Arrests Ex-Intelligence Officer For Allegedly Spying On The United States

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Speaking in Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said she did not have information on the case. Former State Department official Kevin Mallory was arrested previous year for spying for China. DIA hired Hansen as a civilian intelligence case officer in 2006. The 42-page criminal complaint describes years of suspicious behavior by Hansen, suggesting that his efforts on behalf of China stretch back more than five years. Read More »

Law Experts Pen Letter Blasting Trump Lawyers' Claims On Pardon Power

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Trump did not elaborate in the tweets about the legal basis for his claim that the appointment of Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel in the Russian Federation case, was unconstitutional. The letter was delivered to Mueller's office in January and authored by Jay Sekulow, who remains a member of the president's legal team, and John Dowd, who resigned from Trump's team in March. Read More »

Sixty-two dead in Guatemala volcano eruption

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The Fuego Volcano in eruption , seen from Alotenango municipality, Sacatepequez department, about 40 miles southwest of Guatemala City, on June 3, 2018. Temperatures in the lava flow reached 1,300 degrees Fahrenheit, according to Eddy Sanchez, director of the country's Seismology and Volcanology Institute. Read More »

Canadian police say at least 24 people injured in bus crash

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Police have confirmed multiple injuries. McIntyre said others injured in the crash are believed to be "walking wounded" who've been taken to other hospitals. Emergency crews arrived on the scene to find the bus in a ditch alongside the highway, she said. The cause of the crash is not yet known. "You could definitely see heavy damage to the front of the bus, including the passenger side of the front window". Read More »

Officer in GA fired after hitting suspect with vehicle

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When he exits the vehicle, he immediately tells other police officers, "I didn't hit him with the auto; I blocked him with the auto". Patmon was taken to the hospital for his injuries before being turned over to the jail. "As long as you didn't make some kind of overt movement to strike him", the officer says, "you're going to be fine". His mother says her son admits fleeing the cops was a bad idea, but she's praising the police chief for taking quick action in firing the officer behind ... Read More »

White House Planning Trump-Putin Summit

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The US has also strongly condemned Russia's support to embattled Syrian President Bashar-al Assad. Tensions between Washington and Moscow escalated in March when the USA and dozens of other nations ordered Russian diplomats to leave their countries after a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned in the United Kingdom with a military-grade nerve agent. Read More »

Mueller Accuses Manafort Of Witness Tampering

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If prosecutors introduce the charge at Manafort's trial, "it will change the feel of the case with respect to the judge", said Alex Whiting, a former assistant U.S. This is the second time that prosecutors have accused Manafort of violating the terms of his pre-trial release. The individual immediately ended the call "because he was concerned about the outreach", according to the affidavit. Read More »

Trump cancels Eagles' White House visit over anthem protest dispute

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Fewer than ten of the Eagles players were reportedly planning to attend the White House celebration, according to reports that emerged Monday evening. The president has taken a hard line on the issue of NFL players protesting during the national anthem. You even make a championship team visiting the White House all about you. Read More »

Guatemala volcano death toll up to 65, expected to rise

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It is the second time the volcano has erupted this year, setting off loud explosions and spewing ash almost four miles into the sky. In the case of Sunday's eruption in Guatemala, numerous victims were killed by the fast-moving pyroclastic flows , asphyxiated by the ash and dust or burned instantly when the flows finally caught up to them. Read More »

Iran's top leader vows response to any attack

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The US withdrew from the accord last month. This is, of course, due to the fact that Iran and Russia's interests in Syria are not completely aligned, noticed mostly by reports that have been denied to varying degrees that Russian Federation and Israel have sought a deal regarding the withdrawal of Iranian forces from southern Syria. Read More »

County: Lava has destroyed 117 homes

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About a dozen people remain in the area, but it is not clear whether they are in neighbourhoods that are immediately threatened by lava, officials said. This eruption has lasted longer than the 1955 and 1924 eruptions, the USGS said . "Period", county spokeswoman Janet Snyder said. Sen. Kai Kahele, also a major in the Hawaii Air National Guard, said he was anxious for the people who rejected evacuation orders and stayed behind in the Kapoho, Vacationland and Leilani Estates communities. Read More »

At least 25 dead, death toll from Guatemala volcano climbing

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At least 25 people, including at least three children, have died after the most violent volcanic eruption in Guatemala in more than a century, authorities said. "We were at a party, celebrating the birth of a baby, when one of the neighbors shouted at us to come out and see the lava that was coming", the distraught woman said. Read More »

Woman accused of fatal hit-and-run at ballfield due in court

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In Fulton, New York, Parkhurst struck and killed 4-year-old Carolee Ashby, who was walking to the store with her 15-year-old sister Darlene Ashby (now Darlene McCann) to pick up birthday candles for Darlene's birthday. Police received a tip about Parkhurst and went to interview the teen about the accident. The documents showed police were skeptical of that explanation, but it was unclear why police did not continue to investigate Parkhurst. Read More »

Trump Blames FBI for Not Warning Him About Paul Manafort

Manafort has pleaded not guilty on all of the charges against him. Manafort's lawyers did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment Monday night. Mueller's team has asked the court to revoke or revise Manafort's release conditions, including his bond and house arrest, in the wake of the filing. Read More »

Saudi Arabia issues first driving licences to women

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Along with other reform efforts , such as lifting a ban on women attending sporting events and allowing movie theaters in Saudi Arabia, permitting women to drive has been a focus for human rights activists in the country. Often, police would detain a female driver until a male relative could pick her up and sign a pledge on her behalf that she would not drive again. "All the requirements for women in the kingdom to start driving have been established", Bassami was quoted as saying in a ... Read More »

Trump lawyers' letter to Mueller challenges subpoena

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The president has repeatedly pointed fingers at Democrats for alleged collusion during the 2016 election-specifically the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign for their move to pay $9 million through law firm Perkins Coie to fund the now-infamous, and unverified, anti-Trump dossier. Read More »

Woman shot husband dead because he had been beating their cat

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Investigators spoke to Mary Harrison , who reportedly told them that she and her husband had been engaged in a heated argument prior to the shooting. I mean, people love their pets, but it ain't that serious... to die for a cat, ' he added. Neighbours told KTVT that the Harrison family had only moved in a few months ago and had been recently putting up flyers for a lost cat. Read More »

Justin Trudeau says tariffs on steel and aluminum are 'insulting'

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Kudlow said steel and aluminum tariffs on us allies "may go on for a while" or "they may not", because the matter is subject to negotiation. They must open their markets and take down their trade barriers! As he walked into his weekly cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau didn't rule out financial aid. Read More »

Mouth gets Duterte in trouble again, this time for kiss

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Philippines' women's rights organization Gabriela, who has often criticized Duterte for his displays of "machismo", regretted Kim's defence of the president's behavior. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte points to photographers during an awarding ceremony for outstanding government workers, at the Malacanang Palace in Manila , Philippines December 19, 2016. Read More »

Bill Clinton bristles at questions on Lewinsky, #MeToo

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President Bill Clinton said Monday he doesn't owe his former intern Monica Lewinsky a private apology, even in the era of the #MeToo sexual harassment movement. To me, I was - I've never been more moved by an interview, and I really appreciate that Craig Melvin asked those questions and put that entire interview to a stop and stayed with it, finally. Read More »

Forget China: US jumps headlong into trade war with allies

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is speaking is defiant terms about President Donald Trump's decision to levy tariffs against the United States' northern ally, a policy that requires invoking laws to essentially declare Canadian trade with the U.S.to be a national security threat. Read More »

Supreme Court rules baker can refuse to make gay wedding cake

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During oral arguments in the case before the Supreme Court, Kennedy has expressed concern over these words from the commission, prompting observers to speculate might issue a decision punting in the case and remanding it for reconsideration without hostility toward religion. Read More »

Kim Jong Un 'fires North Korea's top three military generals'

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Hard negotiations with North Korea come as top North Korean official Kim Yong Chol returns to Pyongyang after meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House. The North, meanwhile, has noted possible stumbling blocks for the talks, including denunciations of upcoming military exercises involving the United States and South Korea. Read More »