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Ga. officers flip coin to determine if woman goes to jail

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Roswell, Ga. police officers Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson made a decision to arrest Webb for speeding after flipping a virtual coin to decide. "What do you think?" another responding officer, Kristee Wilson , said on body camera footage. But perhaps forgetting, or not caring, Wilson called for Sarah's arrest, using the code "23". Read More »

UK's Brexit strategy may hit plans for free trade pact with India

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But others said May had adopted the most realistic plan after losing her parliamentary majority in an ill-judged election previous year, leaving her reliant on a small Northern Irish party to govern. British press reports speculated that the ambitious Johnson might be readying a challenge to May for the leadership of the party, potentially setting himself up to become prime minister. Read More »

After cave ordeal, Thai boys now face 'danger' of becoming celebrities

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All members of the Wild Boards soccer team were transported by ambulance and helicopter to a hospital in the Thailand province of Chiang Rai, where they will remain until given the all clear from medical professionals. Mr Volanthen, a 47-year-old IT consultant based in Bristol, and fellow Briton Rick Stanton, a fireman from Coventry who is in his 50s, were the first divers to reach the group nine days after they went missing in the cave complex in Chiang Rai province. Read More »

RUSSIA INVESTIGATION: Democrats call on Pres. Trump to cancel Putin summit

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel denied the claims, but had a harder time fending off Trump's criticism that Germany and many other allies were not meeting defense spending targets of 2 percent of GDP. "The US pays tens of Billions of Dollars too much to subsidise Europe, and loses Big on Trade!" "The US commitment to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation remains strong", he added, "mainly because (of) the additional money they have committed". Read More »

Charges filed in deaths of Minnesota mother, daughter killed by rock

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Rosemount police said 67-year-old Karen Jean Christiansen and her daughter Jena Helene Christiansen, 32, died in the crash, which occurred around 4:40 p.m. Scott says the deaths could have been prevented if the law had been followed. "We had a connection like no other.my heart is broken. the world has lost an angel", Jena's boyfriend Ryan Kilian told KSTP . Read More »

May presses on with Brexit plan after high-profile resignations

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The president used a press conference in Brussels to describe the United Kingdom as a "hot spot right now with a lot of resignations" and dismissed the Prime Minister's Chequers plan on the next stage of Brexit . He said trade agreements and some issues regarding the Ireland-Northern Ireland border need to be hammered out. Corbyn, addressing May in parliament, said her government should be ended if it was incapable of governing. Read More »

Goodlatte Says FBI's Peter Strzok Will Be Recalled For Contempt - Katie Pavlich

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Louie Gohmert , a Texas Republican, asked Strzok did he look into his "wife's eye and lie to her about Lisa Page ". "So, I take great offense, and I take great disagreement to your assertion of what that was or wasn't". "I don't appreciate having an FBI agent with an unprecedented level of animus working on two major investigations in 2016". That occurred, the official said, when Gowdy pressed for more details of the use of confidential sources who had assisted the FBI in the initial stages ... Read More »

Pakistani Party Criticizes 'Pre-poll Rigging' in Election

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Reham Khan , as the e-book released on Amazon Thursday is called, also claims that the 65-year-old can not read the Quran, believes in black magic, and had confessed that he has "some" illegitimate Indian children. "I didn't marry [him] with this intent.I could not have even imagined that we would ever be separated", she replied. But according to Reham, she made enquiries and found it was the other way round. Read More »

Trump piled on Brexit pressure on May, says former PM's adviser

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But on Friday, Trump gave a press conference with May in which he said on Brexit, "Whatever you're going to do is OK with us". The Guardian reports Mr Trump's press conference in which he disavowed comments he made to The Sun about Theresa May's Brexit plans and the impact on a trade deal. Read More »

UN Aid Chief Vows to Expand N. Korea Aid

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Almost 30 percent of the country's children were stunted from malnutrition in 2011 but the number has fallen to 20 percent now, Lowcock said, admitting however even the current figure is "still a higher number". The proportion of children affected by stunting, a failure to develop physically and cognitively, has fallen to 20 percent from 28 percent in 2011, but that "is still a high number", Lowrock said. Read More »

Time to start making North Korea pay for its broken promises

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Case in point: On Thursday, the USA president posted a letter from the North Korean dictator as evidence that "great progress" was being made between the two countries. The repatriation of the remains of USA soldiers from North Korea has been a major issue between Washington and Pyongyang since the end of the Korean War, when thousands of Americans were left in Korea either missing in action or as prisoners of war. Read More »

Ireland to Boycott Israeli Settlement Goods

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The Irish Parliament on Wednesday became close to ratifying a new proposal into law that would ban any kind of economic trade with Israeli settlements in the West Bank. There are at least 126 settlements in the West Bank excluding East Jerusalem, according to a September 2016 report from the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics. Read More »

Putin Summit Still on as McCain, Dems Urge Cancellation

According to White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, however, the summit is "still on" despite calls that it be cancelled. "There won't be a Perry Mason here, I don't think, but you never know what happens, right?" The U.S. So how does Rosenberg advise President Trump to approach his upcoming meeting with Putin? Based on his track record, some Democrats said they weren't sure whether Trump should be trusted to hold talks with Putin . Read More »

Stormy Daniels arrested in Ohio during strip club show

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Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was set for arraignment on Friday (Saturday NZT) on three misdemeanour counts of touching a patron at a "sexually oriented" business in violation of an OH strip club law. Klein said his office was not involved in what he called a "sting operation". The Columbus police say the arrest of Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was part of a long-term human trafficking investigation. Read More »

Sharif loyalists arrested as former PM returns to appeal conviction

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On arriving at Lahore's Allama Iqbal Airport, scores of officials from the National Accountability Bureau, the country's anti-graft body, entered the plane to arrest Sharif and Maryam, who surrendered without any resistance. The country's media regulator warned local news channels to abstain from airing statements 'by political leadership containing defamatory and derogatory content targeting. Read More »

FBI agent Peter Strzok say political bias did not impact investigations

During their extramarital affair, Strzok and Page exchanged thousands of text messages to one another on their Federal Bureau of Investigation phones - including numerous anti-Trump comments. Strzok and Page had worked on the FBI's Russian Federation investigation and on the early days of Mueller's special counsel team. "It wasn't the discovery of your texts, Mr. Read More »

United Kingdom makes concrete European Union trade-relations proposals anticipating Brexit

A mass demonstration called "Together Against Trump" by left-wing campaign groups is organised for Friday, with a giant balloon of Trump depicted as a crying baby in a nappy set to fly next to the British parliament. He said he had apologised to Mrs May for the report and praised her professionalism in her response. Mr Trump branded the Aberdeen bay windfarm his father had fought so hard to stop "irrelevant", but added that he was sceptical that it would still be standing in a decade. Read More »

Zsa Zsa dies weeks after being dubbed ‘World’s Ugliest Dog’

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On June 23, Zsa Zsa won the World's Ugliest Dog contest at the Sonoma-Marin Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in the San Francisco Bay Area community of Petaluma, Calif. "We were all saying our goodbyes". The English bulldog was reportedly named after Hungarian-American actress Zsa Zsa Gabor. After Ms. Brainard adopted her, Zsa Zsa spent her days lounging around, refusing to do much of anything unless food was involved. Read More »

Trump says he feels 'unwelcomed' in London, blasts mayor Sadiq Khan

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The British government's new blueprint for Brexit is a "real blow" to London's all-important finance sector as it will damage jobs, tax revenues and growth, a City official said Thursday (Jul 12). I think she is a nice person. His visit has sparked opposition since May invited the president to a prestigious state visit when she became the first world leader to meet Trump at the White House following his inauguration. Read More »

Trump Attacks CNN, NBC in Joint Press Conference With British Prime Minister

In response to a journalist representing CNN , Trump criticized the premise of the reporter's question and then described "fake news CNN" as "the worst". They have fine journalists there who risk their lives to cover the news around the world. "Old enough to remember when other networks came to the defense of Fox News WH correspondents during the Obama years. Read More »

Russian Federation ready to invest up to $50bn in Iran's oil sector

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Russian President Vladimir Putin greets Iranian regime envoy Ali Akbar Velayati in Moscow. The United States pulled out of a multinational deal in May to lift sanctions against Iran in return for curbs to its nuclear programme. Iran has also made moves to align closer with China, with Velayati expected to visit Beijing in the near future, Reuters reports . Iran denies involvement and Velayati rejected the accusations as a lie in a 2015 interview with Argentine television channel C5N. Read More »

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation conditionally invites Macedonia to start membership talks

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At a joint press conference in Brussels alongside Georgian President Giorgi Margverlashvili, Jens Stoltenberg said that the allied leaders reaffirmed the move on Wednesday. Mevlut Cavusoglu (May-VLOOT CHA-voosh-oh-loo) insists "Turkey is a sovereign country" and says its acquisition of the S400 anti-aircraft system came only because it needed such a system and ran out of other options, such as from the United States. Read More »

SC slams Centre for 'lethargy' over protection of Taj Mahal

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It said that the committee had stated in its report that Taj Mahal is a national pride and heritage and multi-pronged approach was required to preserve and restore it. "Do you realise the loss caused to the country due to your apathy?", the judges were quoted by IANS . It directed the Centre to file an affidavit in two weeks giving details of what has been done for protection of the Taj and what it meant to do in future. Read More »

128 dead following blast at Pakistan election rally

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The first bomb that killed four people exploded in the northwest near the election rally of a senior politician from an Islamist party who is running for parliament from the northwestern town of Bannu . No group has claimed responsibility for the two attacks so far. Sharif returned late Friday from London along with his daughter Maryam to face a 10-year prison sentence on corruption charges, anti-corruption officials said. Read More »

Louie Gohmert Jabs at Strzok With Extramarital Affair Callout

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Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte , R-Va., and Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy , R-S.C., criticized what they called the clear bias against Trump that Strzok and Page had demonstrated and they lectured Strzok about his refusal to answer questions based on instructions from the FBI's attorneys. Read More »

UNIAN: Russian politician explains why European Union could block Nord Stream 2

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Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada has significant concerns over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that would bring gas from Russian Federation to the Baltic coast of Germany. European countries may block construction of the pipeline "Nord stream-2", if you take the radical position of the United States. History has shown that Russian Federation has a penchant for attempting to control Europe by cutting off energy supplies. Read More »

U.K. police find source of Novichok nerve agent in small bottle

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The incident came months after the poisoning of former Russian agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, also with Novichok, prompting fears that Sturgess and Rowley had been exposed to some of the left-over poison. 'Further scientific tests will be carried out to try and establish whether it is from the same batch that contaminated Sergei and Yulia Skripal in March - this remains a main line of enquiry for police. Read More »

Trump Baby Blimp Hits The Skies Of London During UK Visit

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Mr Trump shook his head, pointed his finger and looked down at his shoes after being he asked if he regrets what he has said while sitting alongside Theresa May and posing for photographs at Chequers, the official residence of the PM. The president also said he apologized to May after the interview appeared. Calling her a "tremendous woman", Trump said "she has really never made a mistake". Read More »

Mueller Probe Brings Indictments Of Russians In Election Hacking Of Dems

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Rosenstein said the announcement of the charges on Friday took place because that was when the special counsel's office had completed its work investigating them and had the ability to present the evidence to a grand jury. The additional 12 indictments on Friday are yet another milestone in the ongoing investigation by Mueller and his team. On Feb. 16, his prosecutors charged 13 Russians and three Russian entities they said were part of a broader effort to sow discord among USA voters ... Read More »