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World Cup host Putin gives Trump a ball


Asked if Russian Federation was at all to blame for the poor ties, he said: "I hold both countries responsible". The United States does not have an extradition treaty with Russian Federation, making it highly doubtful the Kremlin would ever voluntarily send over the defendants to be prosecuted in an American court. Read More »

Avenfield verdict: Islamabad HC to hear Sharif family's pleas


The court also dismissed the Sharif family's request to stay corruption trial in remaining two references in the accountability court till their appeals are decided. Haris responded that since the IHC bench had made a decision to seek assistance from NAB, the court could not pass an order as no one from the prosecution was present inside the court room. Read More »

Trump and Putin open historic summit

I will say this. "I think it's a good start: very, very good start for everybody", the U.S. leader told reporters after meeting Mr Putin for more than two hours with just their interpreters present, and just before they were joined by their national security teams. Read More »

Elon Musk apologises to United Kingdom diver for 'pedo' comment


He added that Unsworth's comments about him didn't justify his actions, and he apologized to him. "The fault is mine and mine alone", he tweeted . On Tuesday, Unsworth had stated that he had been negotiating with lawyers and would seek legal advice to file a defamation case against Musk. Read More »

USA wants Turkey to buy Patriot missiles, not Russian system


Kaidanow said Washington was anxious that USA allies purchasing Russian systems would support "some of the least good behaviour that we have seen from them [Russia] in various places including Europe but also elsewhere". "For right now, all the conversations surrounding that challenge have not hindered at all the strong relationship that we have with the Turkish air force and the great alliance that the two nations have together", he said. Read More »

Putin lands in Helsinki for historic summit with Trump


He shook Putin's hand and ignored shouted questions about election interference. The summit, which was being closely watched by rattled world capitals, was condemned in advance by members of Congress from both parties after the USA indictment last week of 12 Russian military intelligence officers accused of hacking Democrats in the 2016 election to help Trump's presidential campaign. Read More »

Eritrea's President to Officially Visit Ethiopia


Ahmed's chief of staff, Fitsum Arega, also confirmed the Eritrean president's three-day state visit for tomorrow. The two states are resuming their diplomatic ties for the sake of restoring to peace after 2 decades of enmity. Business is another focus, as landlocked Ethiopia seeks outlets for its fast-growing economy and already has signed agreements to use Eritrea's port facilities. Read More »

Trump to discuss election interference with Russian leader


Trump tweeted , with a swipe at his White House predecessors. The caller seemed to be a big Trump supporter and went on to say that Clinton "has got illusions of grandeur, and so has her husband". Rosenstein said he briefed Mr. Trump on the indictment earlier this week. "All I can say is, 'Did you? and 'Don't do it again.' All I can do is say it". Read More »

Cher Blasts Donald Trump's 'Inexcusable' Treatment Of The Queen

And if the supposition is true, then Trump was not only slammed by the protesters and the huge baby Trump balloon that floated around the streets of London during his visit but also by the Queen herself! The POTUS was accused of not showing enough respect to her Majesty , she was accused of not liking him as much as she did former president Barack Obama . Read More »

Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister


The prime minister's office defended the government's decision, saying that it was still consistent with the previous government policy. Remainers led by Stephen Hammond and Nicky Morgan will be pushing a new amendment to the government's trade bill, which will make it a negotiating objective to "participate after exit day in a customs union with the EU", in the event that a deal on frictionless trade can not be secured by January. Read More »

'Serial killer' Jose Gilberto Rodriguez arrested in Texas


Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo told reporters that authorities are trying to determine whether Rodriguez committed other crimes they don't yet know about. "We can not release all of the details but all these cases we feel have some linkages to each other", Sheriff Gonzalez said. He was paroled in September 2017 after serving 27 years in prison on multiple criminal convictions, including an additional charge while incarcerated. Read More »

Trump Tells Hannity Putin Denied Meddling: He Was ‘Very, Very Strong’

In a weekend interview with CBS News , Trump admitted that Russian Federation remains a foe, but he put Moscow on a par with China and the European Union as economic and diplomatic rivals. "President Trump has worked with Congress to impose stiff sanctions, expelled Russian diplomats, and led an effort with our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partners to strengthen our defenses against Russian aggression". Read More »

Trump reveals details of planned Air Force One makeover


Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy worked with NY designer Raymond Loewy on the presidential aircraft's look in the 1960s, according to the New England Historical Society. President Trump has ordered up a bold new paint job for Air Force One. Today, that means one of two highly customized Boeing 747-200B series aircraft. Read More »

World Cup Final third most popular match among Russian viewers


Almost 3,000 guests were received in the Elysee gardens, including around 1,000 youths from local football clubs such as Bondy, the gritty Paris suburb whose towering housing blocks produced rising star forward Kylian Mbappe. It published a photo of captain Luka Modric who was awarded the Golden Ball for the best player at the World Cup . Joy over the victory brightened the Monday morning commute in Paris , with young people in cars still singing and shouting in celebration. Read More »

Woman impaled by beach umbrella


A woman from London was impaled by a beach umbrella after it flew towards her due to strong winds on the USA east coast, police have said. "It was just an accident", Reynolds said in a statement released by Hackensack Meridian Health Tuesday. Read More »

Wild video shows Las Vegas police pursuit, shootout with suspects


Police say the two men shot at officers more than 30 times during the pursuit through downtown Las Vegas . Umana fired a total of 31 rounds during the shootout, and the suspects fired 34, Metro Police said. The body camera footage shows the officers following close behind, swerving through traffic and speeding after the black SUV. Rene Nunez, who was driving the SUV, jumps from the moving vehicle before attempting to flee through the doors of an elementary school, but gets trapped outside ... Read More »

Chennai Shocker: Minor girl raped by 17 men in apartments


A local lawyers association told the media it was refusing to allow its members to represent any of the men in court. The accused involve security men, lift operator and water suppliers in the apartment where the minor girl stays. The men in Chennai sedated the girl with drugs and then took her to vacant apartments in the block to assault her, police said. On average, over a hundred cases of women being raped were reported every day in India in 2016, according to the most recent ... Read More »

Woman arrested for 'biting off another woman’s nose in drunken rage'


The victim, identified only as Tatiana , told police that the barbaric incident happened at her home Wednesday following a night out at the bar with her neighbour and the accused, Jessica Collins , who was a house guest of the neighbour. "I think I was trying to fight back, but I couldn't", said Tatiana . "I started calling my husband when I was in the ambulance", Tatiana said. Tatiana now faces a race against time, as the skin on her nose will begin to heal within the next ... Read More »

Alabama college student's 32 km walk to work attracts praise, new car


When he applied for a job at Bellhops, a digital moving company, he wasn't happy with the first video he shot of himself answering interview questions. "No matter what the challenge is, you can break through", adds Carr, who hopes to join the Marines before getting a bachelor's degree in physical therapy. Read More »

Paul Manafort's request to move trial to Roanoke denied


The trial is one of two at which Manafort must defend himself against a number of charges ranging from bank fraud to failing to register as a foreign agent for lobbying work for pro-Russia politicians in Ukraine. Manafort argued the media saturation wouldn't allow him a fair and impartial trial, violating his 6th Amendment rights. They claimed that potential jurors in Alexandria were more likely to have supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. Read More »

Novichok victim 'picked up perfume bottle containing deadly nerve agent'


That happened in Salisbury, only a few miles away from Amesbury. Police investigating the incident have so far failed to substantiate the brother's claims about the perfume bottle. Mr Rowley fell ill there on June 30, hours after his 44-year partner Dawn Sturgess collapsed after being exposed to the same nerve agent. Donald Trump should bring up the death of Dawn Sturgess when he meets Vladimir Putin , her grieving son has said. Read More »

Trump strikes back at critics of Helsinki summit with Putin

When asked about Russian meddling in the 2016 United States presidential election, which 12 Russian military officers were indicted over on Friday, Mr Trump said: "President Putin just said it's not Russia. "That's what I wish he would have said initially, and I'm glad he said it now", said Sen. "Australia values the UK's strong support, including in the United Nations security council, in calling on Russian Federation to answer for its actions in relation to the tragedy", she said ... Read More »

Trump says ready to help some North Atlantic Treaty Organisation states buy USA arms


French President Emmanuel Macron said the summit atmosphere was "much calmer than everyone had said" and he saw a will to maintain the unity of the alliance, while Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said Trump was "constructive". Where does Trump go next? But the President isn't likely to face vocal or widespread hostility until later in the day on Thursday, when he heads to London for his first visit to the United Kingdom as President, where mass protests have been organized. Read More »

Boulder falls on people bathing at Kashmir waterfall, killing 7


Most injured had to wait for long to get first aid. "Most of the dead and injured belonged to Jammu district", the officer said, adding that the injured include two tourists from Uttar Pradesh . Of these, the condition of three was "critical", according to officials. National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah expressed grief and shock over the incident. Read More »

Dozens wounded as south Iraq protesters clash with police


It is located on the Persian Gulf bordering Kuwait and Iran, and is Iraq's only hub these days for all oil exports to the global market. Powerful Shiite cleric Moqtada Sadr, whose populist coalition triumphed at May elections on an anti-graft ticket, backed those on the street, but rejected violence from both sides during the protests. Read More »

India orders all Mother Teresa care homes inspected


It comes following the arrest of nun Anima Indwar and a care home worker, who were taken into custody amid claims that several infants had been sold, with one couple having allegedly paid 120,000 rupees (£1,333). "We will take all necessary precautions that it never happens again, if it has happened", Sunita Kumar of the Missionaries of Charity told the BBC. Read More »

Theresa May bows to pro-Brexit pressure to survive parliamentary scare


On two of Monday's votes her majority was cut to three, suggesting that the leader will struggle to get Brexit legislation through a deeply divided parliament, which could possibly threaten the approval of any Brexit deal with the EU. She said: "The reality is parliament is now stalemated". Brexit secretary David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned last week over the deal, which they said is too soft. Read More »

Las Vegas hotel sues mass shooting victims


It says the safety act limits liabilities arising from mass attacks in the US, where services certified by the Dept. of Homeland Security were deployed. Gunman Stephen Paddock opened fire from the window of a Mandalay Bay hotel room on October 1, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds more as the Route 91 Festival took place. Read More »

Prince William insulted Donald trump during his visit to the UK

This time though, the Queen sat with Trump for alone a half-hour tea and there was no royal member playing the role of a chauffeur. "Usually she is accompanied by someone from the Royal family", said the insider. Prince Harry also had private engagements. Now Donald trump went to Helsinki to meet with Putin . Queen Elizabeth II greets Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India in the Blue Drawing Room in the Blue Drawing Room at The Queen's Dinner during the Commonwealth Heads of ... Read More »

Trump late for meeting with Queen Elizabeth II

Donald Trump's Visit to UK: Britons Wonder Whether The US President Will Bow to The Queen . While touring the castle grounds, Trump maintained a relatively brisk walk, which saw the queen, at times, fall behind him as he led the way. 'Everyone thought it was going to be, oh it's simple, we join or don't join, or let's see what happens'. If you have a story for our news team, email us at. Read More »

Trump an 'American patriot' says Turnbull after Putin meeting


There is a consensus that "Putin is not right, Trump is wrong, we believe our institutions, we trust in our democracy, Russian Federation did interfere, we will not trade facts for feelings of legitimacy, we will not trade our conscious for conspiracy", Cuomo said , and with so many Americans of all political stripes getting outraged, "Trump's luck ran out". Read More »