• Lithuania Inks US LNG Supply Deal
Lithuania Inks US LNG Supply Deal

At the beginning of the year, LNG was reloaded into a small-scale LNG gas carrier for the first time, at present we have the first LNG from the USA company, and the LNG distribution station testing and the start of operations is scheduled in autumn.

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  • Clinton colluded with Democratic Party to beat Sanders
Clinton colluded with Democratic Party to beat Sanders

At the time, Trump was claiming publicly that the election was rigged against him. President Trump has been lashing out on Twitter about the election since the Washington Post reported on Friday that former President Obama was alerted to Russia's meddling previous year, but was conflicted about how to handle it so he wouldn't appear...

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  • Korea-US alliance stands at 'critical juncture' amid threats from NK
Korea-US alliance stands at 'critical juncture' amid threats from NK

The comments which directly means that both Nations will field one hockey team would help in making the Olympic in South Korea a peaceful Olympics. "North Korea is a totalitarian state sponsor of terror run by a madman willing to do anything to keep his power, including the brutal subjugation of his own people and the imprisonment and torture of ...

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  • SCOTUS rules for Missouri church in playground case
SCOTUS rules for Missouri church in playground case

The far-reaching question underlying the case is whether state constitutional provisions that strictly bar government aid to religion violate religious freedom protections in the First Amendment. A church playground in Missouri won a closely watchedcase that it fought all the way to the Supreme Court. The state continued that position before the ...

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  • Joins Toronto's Pride Parade
Joins Toronto's Pride Parade

In response to the ban on police floats and uniformed officers, a group from Toronto police are taking part in the pride parade in New York City. Trudeau, a member of the Liberal Party, has pushed themes of tolerance and multiculturalism since becoming prime minister in November 2015, publicly embracing issues such as Syrian refugees while othe...

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  • Turkey refuses closing military base in Qatar upon Arab states' demand
Turkey refuses closing military base in Qatar upon Arab states' demand

The Arab nations cut ties with Qatar on June 5, accusing it of supporting terrorism and destabilizing the region. Turkey rejected a call from four Arab states on Friday to shut down its military base in Qatar , saying the base was a guarantor of security in the Gulf and demands for its closure represented interference in its ties with Doha.

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  • Cabinet Members Take Turns Praising Trump at Unusual Meeting
Cabinet Members Take Turns Praising Trump at Unusual Meeting

TAMARA KEITH, BYLINE: On a day when President Trump's travel ban was blocked by another appeals court, and the attorney general agreed to testify in public on the Russian Federation investigation, the gathering of Trump's Cabinet was a chance to project an image of business as usual.

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  • Clashes hit Indian Kashmir on Eid festival
Clashes hit Indian Kashmir on Eid festival

The advisory, sent to all police stations, all wings of Jammu and Kashmir Police, the army's 15th corps, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police, the Sashastra Seema Bal, the Central Reserve Police Force, the Border Security Force and the Central Industrial Security Force, advised them to "instruct field and subordinate formations that they shall not offe...

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  • Modi First Indian PM to Visit Israel
Modi First Indian PM to Visit Israel

The meetings will be followed by a cocktail reception, and then a working dinner which will notably be the first for a foreign leader at the White House under the Trump administration. "When India conducted surgical strikes the world experienced our power and realised that India practices restraint but can show power when needed".

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  • Mecca Grand Mosque Attack met with widespread outrage
Mecca Grand Mosque Attack met with widespread outrage

It said 11 people were injured after the three story-building collapsed after the explosion , five of them police officers. The Grand Mosque, or Masjid al-Haram, considered the holiest site in Islam, is where worshipers gather annually to mark the conclusion of the month of Ramadan.

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  • All tower block cladding checked so far fails fire test
All tower block cladding checked so far fails fire test

The building's cladding is widely blamed for how quickly the fire spread up its 24 storeys. It is up to each local authority to decide whether to evacuate residents from blocks which have failed fire tests , a spokesman for the communities and local government department told AFP.

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  • Top Senate Republican: Obamacare Repeal Vote Is 'Going To Be Close'
Top Senate Republican: Obamacare Repeal Vote Is 'Going To Be Close'

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., another Republican who has yet to endorse the Republican plan, told NBC's Meet The Press that he wants to delay the whole thing: "There's no way we should be voting on this next week". Mr. Trump confirmed on Sunday that he has called the House version "mean", though he is cautiously optimistic that Senate Republicans ca...

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  • Iran seeks stronger ties with Qatar: President Rouhani
Iran seeks stronger ties with Qatar: President Rouhani

This resulted in a list of 13 demands being submitted including closing news broadcaster Al Jazeera , reducing ties with Iran and shutting down a Turkish military base. Tillerson had previously insisted any demands be "reasonable and actionable", while UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said any requests made of Qatar should be "measured a...

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  • Attention on Supreme Court as justice weigh Trump travel ban
Attention on Supreme Court as justice weigh Trump travel ban

The court is allowing the ban to go into effect for foreign nationals who lack any " bona fide relationship with any person or entity in the United States". It will take five votes from the court to reinstate the ban, but only four votes to set the case for argument. The justices have a range of options.

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  • UK: 6 hurt as car strikes people at Muslim celebration
UK: 6 hurt as car strikes people at Muslim celebration

The ambulance service said three children and three adults were being treated at a local hospital for injuries sustained in the crash. "Police have arrested a 42-year-old woman who is now in police custody". The force said it was not looking for other suspects. "Immediately after the Eid prayers when the people were starting to leave the venu...

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  • Syria conflict: Australia resumes anti-IS air raids
Syria conflict: Australia resumes anti-IS air raids

A similar drone - an Iranian Shahed 129 - was shot down in the same location after it dropped munitions near coalition forces on June 8. Pentagon spokesman Navy Captain Jeff Davis said the USA military shot down the Shahed 129 as it approached an established coalition combat outpost near al-Tanf in southeast Syria, where the U.S.is holding traini...

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  • Walker supports Johnson opposition to health care bill
Walker supports Johnson opposition to health care bill

Paul said he would only vote for the bill if it substantially repealed the ACA, which it does not do as it now stands. Here's Washington Democratic Senator Maria Cantwell. Barrasso also disagreed with the argument by Durbin and other Democrats that the GOP is trying to dismantle Medicaid to use the money for tax breaks.

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  • British holidaymakers panic as shark washes ashore on Majorca beach
British holidaymakers panic as shark washes ashore on Majorca beach

Generally, blue sharks are said to feed on fish and are rarely seen close to the shore and thus pose minimal threat to humans. The bite victim, an 82-year-old man, was discharged from Can Misses Hospital near Ibiza town following treatment, some four hours after he had been admitted.

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  • Police arrest 18 protesters over motorist shooting verdict
Police arrest 18 protesters over motorist shooting verdict

Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez . The fatal shooting's aftermath was livestreamed on Facebook by Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, who along with her 4-year-old daughter was in the vehicle at the time. On the squad-car video, Castile can be heard saying, "I'm not pulling it out", as Yanez opened fire. Castile had earlier in...

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  • Narrow escape for Brussels after 'nail bomb misfires'
Narrow escape for Brussels after 'nail bomb misfires'

A man was shot by Belgian soldiers after detonating the small device, and he later died. He said that " it was clear he wanted to cause much more damage than what happened ". Although no one was hurt, billows of smoke pouring through Central Station and a shared awareness of Islamic State attacks in the city a year ago and more recently in Britai...

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