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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.
  • 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.
  • People treated after 'explosion' at Tube station in London

    People treated after 'explosion' at Tube station in London

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    Local reports suggest that one person was taken out of the station on a stretcher. Witnesses described smelling "burning rubber" and seeing "six-foot flames" at the entrance to Southgate underground station in Enfield. Darren Yarlett, 36, was driving home in Southgate but police had cordoned off roads near the station. However, BTP later tweeted: "Enquiries continue but we do not believe this to be terror related at [this] time".
  • GOP lawmaker mocks Homeland Security secretary’s obvious lie about family separations

    GOP lawmaker mocks Homeland Security secretary’s obvious lie about family separations

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    Melania Trump "hates to see children separated from their families", the first lady's office said Sunday in what the Guardian describes as "a rare statement at odds with her husband's policy". Realising the emotional resonance of the issue, House Republican leaders inserted a provision to block the Department of Homeland Security from separating parents and children in an immigration bill expected to be debated this week.
  • Dems Forced Family Border Breakups With 'Cruel Agenda'

    Dems Forced Family Border Breakups With 'Cruel Agenda'

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    He has falsely claimed that Democrats are responsible for the practice. Some wait days or weeks for a chance to speak with USA authorities. The Rev. Those migrants had avoided detention during the administrations of George W. Bush and Barack Obama . For now, Congress' inaction is leading to thousands of children being ripped away from their parents.
  • Auto bomb tears through joyous Eid cease-fire in Afghanistan

    Auto bomb tears through joyous Eid cease-fire in Afghanistan

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    Najibullah Kamawal, director of the health department in the eastern Nangarhar province, says another 65 people were wounded in Saturday's attack. He also asked the Taliban to extend their three-day ceasefire , which is due to end on Sunday, and begin peace talks.
  • Trump’s ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort sent to jail ahead of trial

    Trump’s ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort sent to jail ahead of trial

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    Judge Amy Berman Jackson refused, and sent him to jail . "Manafort and Kilimnik repeatedly contacted Persons D1 and D2 in an effort to secure materially false testimony", prosecutors alleged in court papers. His attorneys have argued that Manafort didn't do anything wrong and accused prosecutors of conjuring a "sinister plot" out of "innocuous" contacts with witnesses.
  • Trump falsely claims exoneration from report

    Trump falsely claims exoneration from report

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    There was total bias.”. By Trump's own "partisanship equals bias" logic, these people should be helping him rather than investigating him . "The inspector general finds that James Comey just didn't care if he might be seen as acting in a way that might hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign", she said .
  • UAE: US rejects military aid request in Yemen port assault

    UAE: US rejects military aid request in Yemen port assault

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    The UAE official did say the coalition is waiting for a minesweeper from France to clear the mines. A Saudi military spokesman said the forces were drawing closer to the Red Sea port in a campaign aimed at driving out Iranian-aligned Shiite rebels known as Houthis, who have held Hodeida since 2015, and breaking the civil war's long stalemate.
  • Donald Trump says ending 'war games' his idea, not Kim Jong-un's

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    After Fox News host Bret Baier called Kim Jong Un a "killer" who is "clearly executing people", Trump responded that " he's a tough guy ". Trump tweaked his political rival Sunday, saying, "Chuck Schumer said 'the Summit was what the Texans call all cattle and no hat.' Thank you Chuck, but are you sure you got that right?" Immediately after the announcement on June 12, United States forces in Korea said they had received no guidance on stopping any drills, and South Korean ...
  • When Is Eid Al-Fitr?

    When Is Eid Al-Fitr?

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    The official date of Eid has been announced as Friday, June 15 and this will be the date followed by UK Muslims. The South Asian region, however, is predicted to spot the crescent on Friday, thereby postponing the Eid celebration in that part of the world to Saturday.
  • Journalist Shujaat Bukhari shot dead in Srinagar

    Journalist Shujaat Bukhari shot dead in Srinagar

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    Bukhari started his career as a young reporter with Kashmir Times and moved to The Hindu in the 1990s. His write-ups on Kashmir conflict also featured in national and foreign media houses, including fortnightly magazine Frontline and BBC .
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation agent’s text to lover: ‘We’ll stop’ Trump from becoming president

    Federal Bureau of Investigation agent’s text to lover: ‘We’ll stop’ Trump from becoming president

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    A highly anticipated US Department of Justice report accuses ex-FBI director James Comey of being " insubordinate ", but not politically biased. The report characterized the politically-charged text messages as "antithetical to the core values of the FBI", but investigators "did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that improper considerations, including political bias, directly affected the specific investigative actions we reviewed".
  • Colorado's 416 Wildfire: Durango Warnings Issued As Lightning Storm Threatens New Blazes

    Colorado's 416 Wildfire: Durango Warnings Issued As Lightning Storm Threatens New Blazes

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    The Badger Creek Fire in southern Wyoming exploded in size. Wildfires continued burning across parts of Colorado Tuesday, as firefighters rushed to contain the flames ignited amid a unsafe drought across the western U.S. About 50 firefighters were battling the blaze initially, but more were on the way, along with heavy air tankers and helicopters. Incident Commander Todd Pechota said he plans to bring in more crews to replace outgoing firefighters.
  • Dozens dead in battle for key Yemen port

    Dozens dead in battle for key Yemen port

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    The Red Sea port, controlled by Iran-aligned rebels known as Houthis, is the main point of entry for food and medicine in the war-torn country, which is already on the brink of starvation. Riyadh and Abu Dhabi, which intervened against the Huthis in 2015 with the goal of restoring Yemen's government to power, have pledged to ensure a continuous flow of aid to the Arab world's poorest nation.
  • North Korea lauds, and basks in, Kim's summit performance

    North Korea lauds, and basks in, Kim's summit performance

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    In the face of Trump's well-honed, reality-TV style and reputation as an unpredictable diplomatic opponent, the North Korean leader avoided the inclusion of CVID - or complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearisation - in the summit's joint statement - all without appearing confrontational.
  • Democratic Frontrunner Who Abused Ex-Wife Wins South Carolina Primary

    Democratic Frontrunner Who Abused Ex-Wife Wins South Carolina Primary

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    On Tuesday, June 12, voters in Virginia will head to the polls. In State Assembly District 42, candidates on the ballot include Democrat Ann Groves Lloyd and Republican Jon Plumer. U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen has become the Democratic Party's nominee to take on Republican U.S. Sen. Voters then choose which candidate from that specific party they want to represent that party in November's general election.
  • Dennis Rodman talks Trump-Kim North Korea summit

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    However, that's exactly what happened earlier today, when the Hall of Fame power forward went live on CNN for an interview with Christopher Cuomo. Wearing a red "Make America Great Again" hat, the five-time National Basketball Association champion and longtime friend of Kim Jong Un , became emotional while sharing his role in bringing the two leaders together .
  • Woman charged after allegedly putting children in pet kennels

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    Footage has emerged of the moment at grandmother apparently let her grandchildren out of dog kennels in the back of her vehicle. Further investigation is now underway. The attention grew so rabid that the Memphis Police Department issued a statement on Facebook saying they had been contacted by many people since the video went viral on social media.
  • Two tweets and an insult spoil G-7 unity

    Two tweets and an insult spoil G-7 unity

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    Kudlow, in a separate TV appearance, said Trudeau was "polarizing" and "really kind of stabbed us in the back". Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland followed, with a bit of Latin in her response: she said "ad-hominem" attacks weren't useful.
  • Trump again calls for readmitting Russian Federation to G7

    Trump again calls for readmitting Russian Federation to G7

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    Though not officially on the agenda, analysts say that one key topic of discussion this year may focus on whether Iran will be allowed to ascend from its position as an SCO observer to become a full member state - a development it has sought since 2008 but has been unable to achieve while subject to United Nations sanctions.
  • Trump says U.S. not to endorse G7 communique

    Trump says U.S. not to endorse G7 communique

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    And he said his recent imposition of punishing steel and aluminum tariffs was based on legitimate national security concerns, rebuffing the concerns of allies. As the leaders met, Trump played a wild card, suggesting that rather than both sides boosting retaliatory tariffs - as he has just done on steel and aluminum - they could declare for entirely free trade in the G7 zone.
  • President Trump says he will probably support Rep. Dave Joyce's marijuana bill

    President Trump says he will probably support Rep. Dave Joyce's marijuana bill

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    Trump said he is likely to support the federal legalization effort despite a warning against it from the coalition of narcotics officer groups. " President Trump's comments reaffirm his previously private commitment to Senator Gardner regarding his willingness to support a federalist approach to state marijuana laws", NORML Executive Director Erik Altieri told Cannabis Now.
  • Putin says he'll meet with Trump whenever USA is ready

    Putin says he'll meet with Trump whenever USA is ready

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    He said: "Naturally we cannot force the United States to change their minds". Trump has said he was open to having a summit with Putin, who USA intelligence officials have said directed Russian meddling in the 2016 election to help Trump win.
  • Two Pruitt Aides Resign as E.P.A. Ethics Questions Continue

    Two Pruitt Aides Resign as E.P.A. Ethics Questions Continue

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    There is a bit of madness but also a bit of brilliance in how you do that". Trump continued, "You know that, Scott". Prior to these scandals, President Donald Trump tweeted in April that Pruitt does "a great job" and that he is "under siege" from the media.
  • Muhammad Ali: President Trump mulls draft dodging pardon

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    The president, while speaking to newsmen before he departed for a Group of Seven summit in Canada, also said he would reach out to National Football League players who had been urging criminal justice reforms for their recommendations of people who had been treated unfairly.
  • Philadelphia mother arrested on Wildwood beach speaks on 'Good Morning America'

    Philadelphia mother arrested on Wildwood beach speaks on 'Good Morning America'

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    Emily Weinman , 20, appeared on " Good Morning America " on Wednesday to talk about the incident that was caught on video and showed her being punched in the head by one officer. He said that something one of the officers said in one of the clips - that Weinman was going to get "dropped" - was a threat and an offense. Dicht said Weinman wasn't looking for trouble and was just trying to enjoy the day with her child.
  • California Democrats Secure Ballot Spots In Key Races

    California Democrats Secure Ballot Spots In Key Races

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    But in the seven districts won by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election and now represented by Republicans in Congress, there will be a Democrat on the November ballot in all of them. Dianne Feinstein, getting 44 percent of the vote. On Tuesday, she only wound up with 39 percent of the vote and will face off against former Rep. Bobby Bright, who finished with 28 percent, or about 10,000 fewer votes.
  • May in Canada to defend Trump as world fears trade SNUB

    May in Canada to defend Trump as world fears trade SNUB

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    French president Emmanuel Macron , who describes Mr Trump as a "friend", has taken a more confrontational approach ahead of the summit. Trump heading to Quebec for the meeting with the leaders of the other so-called G7: Canada France , Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Japan.
  • 6 people killed by erupting volcano in Guatemala

    6 people killed by erupting volcano in Guatemala

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    The disaster agency said 3,265 people had been evacuated. An estimated 25 people, including at least three children, have been killed and almost 300 injured in the most violent eruption of Guatemala's Fuego volcano in more than four decades.