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  • NYC subway station evacuated after smoke, loss of power

    NYC subway station evacuated after smoke, loss of power

    Video shows scared passengers being escorted out of a trapped subway carriage following the derailment as hundreds had to be evacuated. Passengers on one train tell WABC that it felt like it jumped off the tracks at around 125th Street. The fire and police departments conducted a joint operation - involving 300 responders - in order to round up the passengers and bring them above ground, Nigro said.

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  • Trump holds first talks with Ireland's new prime minister

    Trump holds first talks with Ireland's new prime minister

    Mr Varadkar also had a conversation with Prime Minister Theresa May, during which they discussed the efforts to restore the Executive, and the DUP-Tory deal. The press pool at the White House were invited into the oval office to watch on as Trump exchanged pleasantries with the Fine Gael leader, with Mark Knoller of CBS claiming that Trump waited for at least 90 seconds for Varadkar to pick up the phone.

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  • Man charged with murder over Ace Hall shooting

    Man charged with murder over Ace Hall shooting

    A man extradited to NSW over the fatal shooting of alleged standover man Ace Hall at Tweed Heads on Saturday has been charged with murder. A CLOSE relative of a man shot dead at Tweed Heads on Saturday says the victim and his alleged killer met for the first time only weeks ago.

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  • Navy recovers bodies of 7 sailors killed in crash

    Navy recovers bodies of 7 sailors killed in crash

    The early Saturday morning collision with a Philippines-flagged merchant ship caused extensive damage to the USS Fitzgerald , a guided-missile destroyer, and left seven of its crew members unaccounted for. The seven sailors didn't make it out of the berthing area, the Navy said. All crew members on board the ACX Crystal were unharmed. The destroyer is salvageable, but repairs probably will take months, he said.

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  • Turkish troops take part in drills in Qatar

    Turkish troops take part in drills in Qatar

    Ms Smith - who was appointed as the head diplomat in Doha by former President Barack Obama three years ago - has since tweeted that "Qatar is a strong partner in combating terrorist financing", contradicting the US President's public claims that the country is "a funder of terrorism at a very high level".

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  • US navy ship 'did not heed collision alert'

    Some lost everything but the uniforms they were wearing at the time. The US Navy declined to comment and it was not possible to independently verify the captain's account. "This has been a hard day", Aucoin said. Under strict orders not to talk about what they saw, the crew of the Fitzgerald is mostly keeping its counsel while grieving the loss of its shipmates.

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  • Video of gaming Seattle officer discussing shooting removed

    Video of gaming Seattle officer discussing shooting removed

    Charles Lyles said his daughter liked to take her children to carnivals and do fun things with them. But a confrontation erupted. It also threatens to undermine the strides Seattle police have made in regaining public trust since a series of troubling events, including the unnecessary killing of a Native American woodcarver by an officer in 2010, prompted the DOJ's investigation.

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  • Texas mother faces charges after two toddlers die in hot vehicle

    Texas mother faces charges after two toddlers die in hot vehicle

    Deputies say Randolph left the kids in the vehicle while she went back into the house and smoked marijuana before falling asleep for at least two hours. When she awoke and found the children unresponsive inside the auto, investigators say she broke the window to make it look like an accident . According to Randolph's final account, she found her children playing inside her auto around noon and she immediately told her daughter to " Stop your s-t" and get out of the vehicle.

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  • Spillover fire from Syria reaches northern Israel

    Spillover fire from Syria reaches northern Israel

    Israel carries out occasional airstrikes in Syria against what it says are deliveries of advanced weapons to Hizballah. It has responded in the past with limited strikes when fire has spilled into Israel. "As far as we are concerned, the Assad regime is responsible for what is happening in its territory and it will continue to bear the consequences if such events repeat themselves".

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  • "Cars 3" unseats "Wonder Woman" at top of box office

    Cars 3 ranks as the lowest opening in the franchise and well below the $60 million that Disney had forecast earlier last week. Pixar spent around $200 million on " Cars 2 ", not including marketing, according to Box Office Mojo . Wonder Woman's worldwide rollout continues with Belgium on June 21, Egypt and Spain on June 23, and Japan on August 25. Titled after Shakur's 1996 fourth studio album of the same name, the film stars Demetrius Shipp Jr.as Shakur and Kat Graham, Lauren Cohan, Hill ...

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  • Republican Handel wins Georgia House seat in key contest

    The ministry said strikes in neighboring Iraq , also part of the USA -led coalition campaign, will go on. The Iranian-made Shaheed-129 drone was shot from the sky in the same location where another pro-regime drone dropped a dud bomb near coalition forces before it was shot down by an unidentified us aircraft down on June 8, the USA military operation fighting ISIS , Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR), said in a statement .

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  • Vic speed cameras had virus 'breach'

    Vic speed cameras had virus 'breach'

    Police detected the virus last week after noticing that cameras were rebooting more often than usual. Security researcher Matthieu Suiche said the virus was created to encrypt files on infected machines. They have been published by the department after the Police Minister Lisa Neville intervened today, one week after the Justice Department learnt of the malicious virus affecting 55 cameras without telling her.

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  • Taylor Swift Returns to Spotify as Katy Perry Releases 'Witness'

    Taylor Swift Returns to Spotify as Katy Perry Releases 'Witness'

    Swift shared a message on Instagram saying the reason behind the release is "in celebration of 1989 selling over 10 Million Albums Worldwide and the RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification announcement". However, many have pondered if there's Bad Blood at work here. It's an interesting turn of events for Swift, who has repeatedly blasted Spotify for not fairly compensating its artists.

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  • Kushner meets Israeli PM amid breakthrough hopes

    Kushner meets Israeli PM amid breakthrough hopes

    Mr. Trump has tasked Kushner with the ambitious goal of laying the groundwork for what he calls the "ultimate deal" - but deep divisions remain, clouding chances of a significant breakthrough in one of the longest Mideast crises. Kushner's father donated to Israeli causes and even invited Netanyahu to his home in New Jersey when Jared was in high school. Diggers break the ground for a new settlement near the settlement of Shilo, West Bank, Wednesday, June 21, 2017 .

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  • Co-operative farm loans up to Rs. 50000 waived off

    Co-operative farm loans up to Rs. 50000 waived off

    Stating that the state government was strongly "pro-farmer", ANI quoted the chief minister as saying that Karnataka was the first state in the country to transfer input subsidies directly to bank accounts of farmers. He said the state government's move would only benefit 20 per cent of the farmers. Congress attacked the government and said that it is not serious about resolving the hardships of farmers.

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  • Mercury rises as Met office issues second highest heatwave alert

    Mercury rises as Met office issues second highest heatwave alert

    Power supplies could also be disrupted by frequent lightning associated with the heaviest rain. The Met Office says more extensive thunderstorms may then break out over a larger part of England and Wales from late Wednesday afternoon and onwards in to the evening "leading to torrential downpours, frequent lightning and a chance of hail".

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  • CNN's Jim Acosta Chides White House for 'Suppression of Information'

    CNN's Jim Acosta Chides White House for 'Suppression of Information'

    Bloomberg News earlier reported Spicer was looking to move into a more senior role dealing with strategy for the Trump administration. Previous reports have said that President Trump is looking to shake up his communications team, especially in the aftermath in the firing of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey .

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  • Senate Passes New Iran Sanctions Bill 98-2

    Senate Passes New Iran Sanctions Bill 98-2

    White House Principle Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the administration remains "committed" to the existing sanctions against Russian Federation, calling them the "best tool" for compelling Russian Federation to honor its commitments to resolve the conflict in Ukraine.

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  • Trump lashes out at 'bad,' 'conflicted' Russian Federation investigators

    Evidence that shows any wrongdoing by Trump "remains highly dubious", she wrote, adding, "There is no reason to believe that Russian Federation backed Trump - or even believed he could win". Trump did not directly address the allegations he obstructed justice - a potentially impeachable offense - neither did he deny he has entered the miniscule ranks of sitting presidents who have become the subject of a criminal investigation.

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  • White House denies Trump wants Mueller out, but heat's on

    Still, Gingrich said any special counsel with an agenda can "all of the sudden find something procedural and technical to latch onto". But in this particular case, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from anything relating to the Russian Federation investigation.

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  • Oregon First State to Offer Non-Gender Driver's Licenses

    Oregon First State to Offer Non-Gender Driver's Licenses

    The move will make the state the first in the U.S.to legally recognize the identifier, and will be a triumphant step forward for the non-binary and trans community. Hopefully, while OR is the first state, it won't be the last - there is some talk that California is also hoping to add another gender . Previously, non-binary residents were forced to check "M" for male or "F" for female.

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  • Ken Starr: No obstruction case against Trump so far

    Ken Starr: No obstruction case against Trump so far

    Trump's questions are best directed at his Department of Justice, who have the power to investigate Clinton . Trump, who tweeted earlier Thursday that the investigation was "the single greatest WITCH HUNT" in United States political history and is being led "by some very bad and conflicted people", tried to turn the conversation to the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton .

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  • Turkish leader's security officers charged with assault in Washington

    Turkish leader's security officers charged with assault in Washington

    But the rest of those wanted may never face charges ; two are Canadian citizens and the others are Turkish, with all appearing to have left the United States before arrest warrants were obtained. Likewise, the US Ambassador to Turkey was summoned before Turkish officials who objected to the way the situation was handled. Erdogan lashed back, accusing United States police of having allowed "terrorists" to protest "50 meters from me" during his U.S.

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  • Iran says Saudi backing militants

    Iran says Saudi backing militants

    Promoting security in neighboring countries and the wider region is a foreign policy priority of the government in Tehran and the security of all Middle East nations, including Saudi Arabia , is important for the Islamic Republic, says the foreign minister.

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  • Rodman begins sightseeing on NKorea trip he hopes opens door

    The American university student Otto Warmbier was finally returned to his family after almost a year and a half of detention in North Korea . Tillerson told USA senators at the start of a budget hearing that the State Department had no comment on Warmbier's condition "out of respect for him and his family".

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  • Milwaukee Panthers in need of men's basketball coach

    Milwaukee Panthers in need of men's basketball coach

    According to Scout.com's Evan Daniels , Butler will hire former MI assistant Lavall Jordan as its next men's basketball coach short of a breakdown in their contract negotiations. During that stretch, his efforts helped the Bulldogs win three conference tournament titles. MI claimed a share of the 2012 Big Ten regular-season title with a 13-5 record - the first for the program since 1986.

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  • Britain's May seeks deal to cling to power

    Britain's May seeks deal to cling to power

    Last summer, he saw down a challenge to his leadership by his own parliamentary party who took a vote of no confidence against him and then took turns to explain to the media why he was not a competent leader. However, some of the party's other stances are raising concerns about where British politics could head now, with the party adopting a much more influential position.

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  • Puerto Rico votes for USA statehood

    President. Many groups who support the status quo urged a boycott of the vote, while others just didn't turn up because it was a non-binding referendum . Many Puerto Ricans doubt Congress can be convinced to incorporate the island, especially in the island's current economic condition, The New York Times reported.

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  • London police arrest another attack suspect

    London police arrest another attack suspect

    On Tuesday night, a man's body was recovered from the Thames River, which runs under London Bridge, Metropolitan Police said. Three men - Khuram Butt , Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba - drove into pedestrians on London Bridge on Saturday evening (local time ) before stabbing passers-by with knives, killing eight.

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  • Will not surrender independence of foreign policy

    He said there had been no change to Qatar's military deployment and no troops had been moved. On Monday, five Arab countries - Saudi Arabia , Egypt , the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain and Yemen - cut ties with Qatar, accusing Doha of supporting terrorism.

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