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  • Thai cave rescue enters second phase

    Thai cave rescue enters second phase

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    Divers on Monday morning went into the cave in northern Thailand's Chiang Rai to extract the second batch of boys after the first four have been successfully rescued , officials said. The rescuers are racing against time, as more rain is forecast, and the extra water would significantly complicate matters. There was no immediate word on their conditions.
  • Dutch museum shocked at plane crash in Pretoria

    Dutch museum shocked at plane crash in Pretoria

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    Russel Meiring, a spokesman for paramedic company ER24, says the injuries in Tuesday's crash range from minor to critical. He said: "We suspect that the plane was on its way to the Wonderboom airport". Unconfirmed reports said one person was critically injured. The plane, which had been expected to arrive at the Aviodrome on Jul 23, "crashed in South Africa during take-off on a test flight", it said.
  • How divers rescued the first 4 boys from the cave in Thailand

    How divers rescued the first 4 boys from the cave in Thailand

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    The first two members of a Thai schoolboy football team have been rescued from the flooded cave where they had been trapped for more than two weeks, a local rescue official said on Sunday. A short official video released by the rescue operation late on Sunday showed four ambulances with their lights flashing driving up the muddy dirt track that leads to the cave complex.
  • Dozens killed in Japan flooding, landslides

    Dozens killed in Japan flooding, landslides

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    Footage showed a massive rescue operation, with some 1,850 people isolated in the city, according to public broadcaster NHK . The disaster is the deadliest rain-related crisis in Japan since 2014, when at least 74 people were killed in landslides caused by torrential downpours in the Hiroshima region.
  • Japan executes Shoko Asahara, founder of Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult

    Japan executes Shoko Asahara, founder of Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult

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    The cult released sarin gas on the Tokyo subway system in March 1995 killing 13 people and injuring more than 6000. Hence, with the Heisei Era nearing its end, then the execution of the remaining death row members of Aum Shinrikyo seems set to follow the recent execution of seven members.
  • Brexit Secretary David Davis resigns

    Brexit Secretary David Davis resigns

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    Conservative MP Peter Bone hailed Mr Davis' resignation as a "principled and courageous decision", adding: "The PM's proposals for a Brexit in name only are not acceptable". While May's plan for exiting the European Union has not been fully revealed to all members of her party - let alone to Parliament, the business community or the public - the brief outline that was released shows she supports a middle way of compromise with Brussels, keeping Britain closely aligned with Europe on standards, ...
  • Iran set for disappointment over nuclear deal talks

    Iran set for disappointment over nuclear deal talks

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    They said they remained committed to the 2015 accord and to building up economic relations with Iran, including "the continuation of Iran's export of oil and gas" and other energy products. Friday's developments came after Iran had voiced initial doubts about the other signatories' commitment on the eve of talks. Rohani told French President Emmanuel Macron in a phone call that the package "does not meet all our demands", the IRNA state news agency reported late on July 5.
  • Pompeo hopes to fill in details on NK denuclearisation

    Pompeo hopes to fill in details on NK denuclearisation

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    It was not clear if Pompeo would meet directly with Kim Jong Un , as he had done previously. "While the unification ministry and the foreign ministry move forward with denuclearization discussions aimed at scrapping North Korea's nuclear program, the defense ministry should further strengthen military preparedness so as to use it as a pressure card in negotiations with the North", Kim said.
  • Heat wave kills 19 in Canada

    Heat wave kills 19 in Canada

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    Casey says deaths as they occur are not reported to OPH. Kaiser told CNN Wednesday that the victims were mostly over the age of 50, male, and living alone. Dr. Mylene Drouin, head of public health for the Montreal region, said the number of fatalities has risen since authorities first announced six deaths on Tuesday, but that the spike is not unexpected.
  • President orders flags to half staff for journalist killings

    President orders flags to half staff for journalist killings

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    The White House issued a presidential proclamation early Tuesday by Trump ordering the lowering of the flags over the Annapolis attack - four days after Maryland Gov. Staff members killed in Annapolis . Trump has ordered flags be lowered after other mass shootings. The fund celebrates the lives of Gerald Fischman and John McNamara, who were alumni of the University; Robert Hiaasen, a lecturer in Journalism at the University; Wendi Winters, a reporter at the Capital Gazette ; and ...
  • Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak arrested amid graft probe

    Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak arrested amid graft probe

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    Department director Amar Ishar Singh told reporters that six residences linked to Razak had been raided by the authorities, and that more than $225 million worth of goods were seized. He and his luxury-loving wife Rosmah Mansor were questioned by investigators, as were his stepson Riza Aziz , whose firm produced the hit 2013 movie " The Wolf of Wall Street ", and his former deputy Zahid Hamidi.
  • Pawnee Fire In Lake County At 56% Containment

    Pawnee Fire In Lake County At 56% Containment

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    Smoke poured into the Bay Area from the County Fire , and ash was visible on cars and homes Sunday. Even though residents in San Francisco and some East Bay areas saw orange-colored fog on Sunday, with ash on vehicles and patio furniture, no Bay Area community had air quality that exceeded federal health standards on Saturday, Sunday or Monday, Fasano said .
  • Kremlin doubts veracity of CNN report on Trump’s plans for Syria

    Kremlin doubts veracity of CNN report on Trump’s plans for Syria

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    After Trump and Putin met briefly in Vietnam in November 2017, Trump was criticized in the United States for saying he believed Putin when he denied Russian meddling. Other contentious issues are also likely to come up in the meeting, which will mark the third time the two presidents meet but their first official summit.
  • Former CCU student critically injured in Bahamas boat explosion

    Former CCU student critically injured in Bahamas boat explosion

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    Also among the injured was 22-year-old Stefanie Schaffer , a dancer and athlete who had both legs amputated after the blast, NBC News reports. A GoFundMe page has been established to help Stefanie and her family. Luckily, Paul and Brooke minor injuries, including bruises and cuts. Exumas and Ragged Island MP Chester Cooper said in a statement: "This is a sad day for Exuma and a sad day for our American friends".
  • Syrian opposition talking to Russian Federation about Deraa peace deal, rebel says

    Syrian opposition talking to Russian Federation about Deraa peace deal, rebel says

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    The southwest was an early hotbed of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad and defeat there stands to leave rebels with just one remaining stronghold - the area around Idlib province bordering Turkey in the northwest. In Washington, a State Department official said the United States could not confirm the truce report, and the situation in southern Syria remained "grim" with Russian Federation and Syrian government forces continuing to bomb the area.
  • French Gangster Uses Helicopter To Escape In Dramatic Prison Break

    French Gangster Uses Helicopter To Escape In Dramatic Prison Break

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    This is not Faid's first escape from a prison, either. In this photo dated November 22, 2010, notorious French criminal Redoine Faid poses prior to an interview with French all-news TV channel, LCI, as he was promoting his book, in Boulogne-Billancourt, outside Paris, France .
  • Michael Cohen: "My Silence is Broken"

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    His home, office and hotel room were raided in April as part of a probe by federal prosecutors in NY into his personal business dealings. "I would not do or say a thing that might be perceived as interfering with their professional review of the evidence and the facts", Cohen added.
  • In migration row, Merkel appeals to Bavarian allies' European ideals

    In migration row, Merkel appeals to Bavarian allies' European ideals

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    Despite Seehofer wishing Merkel " much luck " ahead of her meeting with other European Union members last week, his party has so far failed to approve the extremely vague immigration " compromise ", which would ban Brussels from forcing states to set up migrant processing centers.
  • French convict escapes from prison using a helicopter

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    This picture taken on July 1, 2018 in Aulnay-sous-Bois, north of Paris shows a auto abandoned by French armed robber Redoine Faid at parking in a O'Parinor shopping mall after his escape onboard a helicopter from a prison in Reau. Faid's brother has been taken into custody for questioning. A police search is under way across the whole Paris region. A huge police team have been dispatched to track down and recapture the fugitive, says France's Ministry of the Interior, who described ...
  • Mystery surrounds 11 family members found dead at home

    Mystery surrounds 11 family members found dead at home

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    The initial probe revealed the family is of 11 members out of which 10 bodies were found hanging on an overhead wire mesh and the aged mother's body was found lying on the ground. A neighbor of the family said they couldn't have committed suicide, New Delhi Television reported. Their grocery shop on the ground floor of their double-storey home would open by 6 am in the morning.
  • BU Alumna Wins Upset Congressional Primary in New York City

    BU Alumna Wins Upset Congressional Primary in New York City

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    A national candidate who runs on the same platform on which Ocasio-Cortez and NY gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon are running will not garner meaningful Republican support, even in the age of Trump. Crowley has represented New York's 14th district since 1999, and hadn't been challenged since 2004. "You're talking about a district that's probably in the top 5% of the most liberal districts in the country".
  • Canada Finalizes Tariffs on U.S. Goods, Vows Aid for Workers

    Canada Finalizes Tariffs on U.S. Goods, Vows Aid for Workers

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    They include duties on United States maple syrup, whiskey, orange juice, toilet paper, yogurt and ketchup. Some items will be subject to taxes of 10 or 25 percent. Steel costs could rise further if Canada follows through on plans to impose tariffs and quotas on non-U.S. imports from China and other countries. These include typical American products like peanut butter, bourbon whiskey, Harley Davidson motorcycles, jeans and orange juice.
  • House Rejects Immigration Reform Bill Backed By GOP Leadership

    House Rejects Immigration Reform Bill Backed By GOP Leadership

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    Former Trump campaign manager Corey LewandowskiCorey R. LewandowskiGOP chairman demands information on "any contacts" between Federal Bureau of Investigation sources and Trump campaign associates Juan Williams: My immigrant story CNN's Cuomo confronts Lewandowski over "womp womp" remark MORE said on Thursday that it is a "shame" that Republican and Democratic lawmakers have failed to pass a comprehensive immigration plan.
  • Democrats reading tea leaves after US congressman's upset

    Democrats reading tea leaves after US congressman's upset

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    Ocasio-Cortez is a self-described socialist who updates her Instagram feed on her own phone. And second, she needs to learn how to run in heels. She was far from the only progressive to pull off an upset on Tuesday, as voters in seven states chose candidates for November's midterm elections, when Democrats aim to reclaim control of Congress and make inroads in governors' mansions and state legislatures.
  • 15-year-old boy fatally stabbed during dispute in the Bronx

    15-year-old boy fatally stabbed during dispute in the Bronx

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    According to police, the mortally wounded boy never reached the hospital and collapsed a block away. Police said the victim knew the suspects and the attack could have been gang-related; however, his sister said he was not involved in any such activities.
  • UAE condemns attack on Zimbabwe president's rally

    UAE condemns attack on Zimbabwe president's rally

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    Dramatic footage showed a smiling President Emmerson Mnangagwa walking off the stage and into a crowded tent where the blast occurred seconds later, sending up smoke as people screamed and ran for cover. However three were seriously injured. One of the wounded that Mnangagwa visited was the wife of a former army general, Constantino Chiwenga , who was instrumental in November's coup.
  • Safety driver involved in fatal self-driving Uber crash was watching Hulu

    Safety driver involved in fatal self-driving Uber crash was watching Hulu

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    This information comes from a massive release of reports, photos and 911 calls from the Tempe Police Department, the Arizona Republic reports . Hulu records showed that Vasquez had been watching " The Voice " for about 42 minutes. Vasquez could not immediately be reached for comment and Reuters could not locate her attorney. The fatality prompted the ride-hailing giant to suspend all road testing of self-driving vehicles in areas including Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto.
  • Zsa Zsa, the English bulldog, named the world's ugliest dog

    Zsa Zsa, the English bulldog, named the world's ugliest dog

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    Nine-year-old Zsa Zsa belongs to Megan Brainard , who will pick up $1,500 (£1,130) for her pooch's win. Named after the late Hungarian actress Zsa Zsa Gabor , the dog spent five years in a puppy mill in Missouri before she was put up for auction and bought by a group called Underdog Rescue.
  • Trump demands end to due process for undocumented immigrants

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    Mr. Trump said they should be deported with "no Judges or Court Cases". The legislation has taken on new urgency as the executive order appears to be temporary and is expected to face legal challenges in connection with the Flores agreement, a landmark 21-year-old court settlement under which immigrant minors can be detained no longer than 20 days.
  • British government moves to calm fears over Brexit bill

    British government moves to calm fears over Brexit bill

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    Pro-EU legislators accuse the government of going back on its word. A video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliament's Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) shows Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May as she speaks during Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) in the House of Commons in London on June 20, 2018.
  • Conservative Immigration Bill Fails in House, Vote Postponed on Moderate Bill

    Conservative Immigration Bill Fails in House, Vote Postponed on Moderate Bill

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    Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu of California has aired audio on the House floor of sobbing children in a detention center crying out for their parents. Lieu, however, kept playing the recording, despite her objections, until its completion. GOP leaders said they'd press on anyway, but his comments further damaged their attempt to win over wavering lawmakers for a measure already facing likely defeat.
  • French priest slaps baby for crying during baptism ceremony

    French priest slaps baby for crying during baptism ceremony

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    According to a video by Dailymail UK, the clergyman hit the child in the face with his left hand after he lost his temper when the child would not stop crying during the ceremony. "He does not slap the baby, the hand just bounces with a touch, not a slap force", another claimed. The video shows the man vigorously dunking the small child into the water before being handed back to seemingly unperturbed parents.
  • Suspect arrested in shooting death of rapper XXXTentacion

    Suspect arrested in shooting death of rapper XXXTentacion

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    Officials said the musician, whose real name is Jahseh Onfroy , was ambushed by two suspects as he left an upscale motor sports dealership Monday afternoon in his electric BMW. The late rapper said, "If I die, I will be born again". According to his lawyers, he returned to his vehicle after withdrawing money from a bank in Broward County, Florida , when the shooting took place.
  • Separating immigrant families is a cruel means to a cruel end

    Separating immigrant families is a cruel means to a cruel end

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    But at this point Senate Democrats , who keep pointing out that Trump could fix the problem with a stroke of a pen, aren't onboard; parallel efforts in the House can't go anywhere until Republicans finish up their votes on the two broader immigration bills; and worst of all, the White House hasn't blessed any particular strategy.
  • United States suspends military drills with South Korea planned for August

    United States suspends military drills with South Korea planned for August

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    The decision to halt military exercises in South Korea has bewildered many current and former US defense officials, who only learned about it when Trump made his remarks. This is Kim's third trip to China this year, coming a week after he met Trump in Singapore for historic talks. On his latest visit Kim is assumed to be persuading Xi of the need to lift sanctions imposed by the U.N.
  • England fans lost their minds over Harry Kane's late game-winning goal

    England fans lost their minds over Harry Kane's late game-winning goal

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    He is my boss, the manager, but he is a friend as well. "I've seen a couple of them and they make me look a bit chubby if I'm totally honest with you". Lineker defended his tweet by suggesting "many people who have never played have a good understanding of the game". You can't aim low. You should put no limit to yourself.