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Speaking in the Hungarian capital during a closed-door meeting with the Czech, Hungarian, Polish and Slovakian prime ministers, Netanyahu admitted to striking targets in Syria and assailed the European Union for imposing " crazy " conditions on its relationship with Israel.
  • Pakistan Army launches operation Khyber-4 in Rajgal Vallley: ISPR

    Pakistan Army launches operation Khyber-4 in Rajgal Vallley: ISPR

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    He said Pakistan has also chose to fence its entire border with Afghanistan and first phase of fencing is underway. He said Pakistan's security forces had always been carrying out anti-terrorists operations exclusively on the country's land and no foreign boots were ever allowed to take part in such military campaigns.
  • Unions hit back at chancellor describing public sector workers as 'overpaid'

    Unions hit back at chancellor describing public sector workers as 'overpaid'

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    According to media reports, during a discussion on transport, the chancellor quipped that driving trains had now been made so easy that "even a woman" could do it . That could include a transition period lasting a "couple of years" after Brexit, said Mr Hammond, who acknowledged that Britain was ready to pay any outstanding bills when it leaves.
  • Voting for 14th Presidential election begins

    Voting for 14th Presidential election begins

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    India is all set to get its 14th President on India as MPs and MLAs cast their votes on Monday. Former Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind and Meira Kumar are the candidates for the India's top constitutional post this time. Swamy exercised their franchise at the assembly. The counting of the votes will take place on July 20. The total value of the votes of the Electoral College, which comprises 776 MPs and 4,120 MLAs, is 10,98,903.
  • Police Release New Sketch of Suspect in Indiana Teens' Slayings

    Police Release New Sketch of Suspect in Indiana Teens' Slayings

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    The photo released Monday by authorities is the first depiciting the suspect's face. Their bodies were found the next day in a wooded area. The person in the sketch is described as a white male between 5 feet 6 inches and 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 180 to 220 pounds, with reddish brown hair and unknown eye color, a news release Monday said.
  • Moscow threatens retaliation if Trump doesn't return compounds

    Moscow threatens retaliation if Trump doesn't return compounds

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    In December 2016, former U.S. president Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian officials from the USA and seized two pieces of property belonging to the Kremlin. "You must have heard about the adventures of some representatives of these services, everything was available to the public - wigs, disguises and installations with performances", she added.
  • Lea Michele pays tribute to Cory Monteith

    Lea Michele pays tribute to Cory Monteith

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    She also closed the post with a sweet sentiment that is deeper than it may seem; "love you more C❤️", she wrote. It's been four years since Glee star, Corey Monteith , died of an accidental drug and alcohol overdose in a hotel room in Vancouver.
  • Cousins denied bail in slayings of 4 Pennsylvania men

    Cousins denied bail in slayings of 4 Pennsylvania men

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    Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said that the remains were located in a makeshift grave that was nearly 13-feet deep on the property. Dinardo and Kratz returned to the property the next afternoon and used the backhoe to dig a hole and bury Finocchiaro, Meo and Sturgis, the complaint says.
  • Cosmo DiNardo Confesses to Murders, Tells Where Bucks County Bodies Are Buried

    Cosmo DiNardo Confesses to Murders, Tells Where Bucks County Bodies Are Buried

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    Meo is one of four men between 19 and 22 years old who went missing over several days last week within miles of each other. Dinardo, of Bensalem , Pa., was being held on a $5 million cash bail after being arrested Wednesday; one day earlier, he had been deemed a " person of interest " in the missing-persons case after he was accused of trying to sell the vehicle belonging to one of the missing men.
  • Tulsa store part of Alfred Angelo Bridal companywide closings

    Tulsa store part of Alfred Angelo Bridal companywide closings

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    All over social media, brides-to-be are talking about the dressmaker going out of business . On its website , Alfred Angelo still has a sale going on all its in-store bridal gowns and bridesmaid dress . Florida-based company Alfred Angelo made the abrupt announcement before closing down its United States stores as well as its UK and Australian branches this morning.
  • New Details Emerge In Timeline Of Don. Jr Meeting, Kushner's Foreign Contacts

    New Details Emerge In Timeline Of Don. Jr Meeting, Kushner's Foreign Contacts

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    Chuck Grassley of Iowa, said he wanted to speak with Kushner, as well as former campaign chairman Paul Manafort , who also attended a meeting in June 2016 with a Russian lawyer . President Trump has repeatedly defended his son, calling him "a high quality person" and saying he "applaud (s) his transparency". Russian Federation denies the allegations, and Trump says there was no collusion.
  • Sinkhole in Pasco County swallowing houses; began as pool-sized hole

    Sinkhole in Pasco County swallowing houses; began as pool-sized hole

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    Smaller holes are common, though they have been known to damage and even destroy entire homes. According to the listing on Zillow, the property was a "repaired sinkhole" home. "This is something we've never seen before", he said. Authorities have identified 11 homes that are in danger. Eleven homes were evacuated, including the two destroyed.
  • Man gets stuck inside ATM machine

    Man gets stuck inside ATM machine

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    It's that classic parents' lunchbox joke note: "Help I'm trapped in a sandwich factory". "I don't have my phone", one of the notes read. A man, hidden behind the machine , was locked in the service room that housed the ATM. "Please call my boss ..." At this point the officers chose to break the back door, ending his roughly 2-hour ordeal. Some people assumed it was a joke and drove away, until one eventually got out of his auto, and approached the machine .
  • Turkey issues detention orders for 34 former state TV personnel

    Turkey issues detention orders for 34 former state TV personnel

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    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan might receive an arrest warrant from Sweden after the European lawmakers filed a complaint against the Turkish leader, accusing him of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. "They try to make robots out of genuine people", he said . A former Istanbul governor was among those dismissed. Ravza Kavakci, deputy chair of President Erdogan's AK Party, said the events would be about more than mourning the dead.
  • China says awarding Nobel Prize to dissident Liu Xiaobo was ''blasphemy''

    China says awarding Nobel Prize to dissident Liu Xiaobo was ''blasphemy''

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    The government's refusal to let him leave the country was a sign that "the regime's leaders feel insecure", said Perry Link , a professor of Chinese literature, who translated the document into English. " Liu Xiaobo , and his wife Liu Xia, are the faces of liberty in China". "Liu's last days were politicized by the forces overseas", the paper wrote ", They used Liu's illness as a tool to boost their image and demonize China.
  • Trump wants to renegotiate 'horrible' trade deal with South Korea

    Trump wants to renegotiate 'horrible' trade deal with South Korea

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    He also said that the U.S. has had a persistent goods deficit with Korea for almost two decades. Mr Lighthizer called for the meeting to be held in Washington next month, at a date to be agreed upon later by both sides. "We will send a senior official to the United States and discuss detailed schedules and agenda items with the USTR", it added. From 2011 to 2016, the U.S.
  • Grassley may subpoena Trump Jr. to testify to Senate panel

    Grassley may subpoena Trump Jr. to testify to Senate panel

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    On Tuesday, Trump Jr. released an email chain with UK-born publicist Rob Goldstone about a meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya to allegedly discuss compromising information on then-presidential nominee and Trump rival Hillary Clinton . Schiff said the problem is something to be investigated along with an analysis of the Trump campaign data. But Trump also refused to dispute an assertion made by Russian President Vladimir Putin that Trump believed him when he said that Russia hadn't meddle ...
  • John McCain pays tribute to 16 killed in military plane crash

    John McCain pays tribute to 16 killed in military plane crash

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    A Middletown man was one of 15 Marines and one Navy corpsman killed when an air tanker crashed in MS on Monday. "Our focus remains on providing the necessary resources and support to the family and friends of these services members as they go through this extremely hard time", the New York Air National Guard said in a statement.
  • Digging resumes at site where remains found in search for 4

    Digging resumes at site where remains found in search for 4

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    Of note, Fox Philadelphia reported Finocchiaro having been arrested multiple times in the past. He was prohibited from possessing a firearm because he had a mental illness and had been involuntarily committed to a mental institution for inpatient care, court documents said.
  • Macron's presence key to successful Paris bid for 2024 Games: mayor

    Macron's presence key to successful Paris bid for 2024 Games: mayor

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    It's unclear which city Paris or Los Angeles will host 2024 or the 2028 Summer Olympics . IOC Vice President John Coates told NBC , which agreed to pay $7.75 billion for the exclusive broadcast rights from 2022 through 2032: "One of them would put their hand up for 2028 and that same city would vacate 2024".
  • Outrage at video of ailing Chinese Nobel laureate

    Outrage at video of ailing Chinese Nobel laureate

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    The hospital said in a short statement that Liu was being "actively rescued" and was suffering from septic shock, an infection in his abdominal cavity and was on dialysis. In 2010, while in prison, Liu was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for "his long and nonviolent struggle for fundamental human rights in China" - prompting an infuriated Beijing to place his wife under house arrest and freeze diplomatic ties with Norway, where the prize victor is chosen.
  • See All The Pictures From The Spanish State Visit

    See All The Pictures From The Spanish State Visit

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    The pair, who will meet at May's Downing Street residence on the second day of the three-day, pomp-laden state visit, are also likely to discuss the issue of European Union citizen's rights post-Brexit. The King and Queen of Spain enjoyed a private lunch with the British Royal Family inside Buckingham Palace today - where they were served Laureate's Choice - a sherry selected by poet Carol Ann Duffy.
  • DPO Chamman martyred in a bomb blast

    DPO Chamman martyred in a bomb blast

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    The injured, which mostly include police personnel, are being shifted to nearby civil hospital. Sajid Mohmand succumbed to his injuries on the way to the hospital. Police and law enforcement agencies have surrounded the area to trace the miscreants involved in the terrorist attack. Interior minister Chaudhry Nisar and Balochistan home minister Mir Sarfaraz Ahmed Bugti also condemned the attack.
  • Moving California fires threaten hundreds of homes

    Moving California fires threaten hundreds of homes

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    Paradise Road and West Camino Cielo are under an evacuation warning. Spokesman Jim Ritchie of the Port Authority of Allegheny County says no bus passengers were injured in the Saturday afternoon accident in the Brookline neighborhood. Meanwhile, a wildfire burning in the Sierra Nevada foothills near Oroville in Northern California has destroyed 10 structures and led to minor injuries.