• Donald Trump back on offensive after brief respite in Paris
Donald Trump back on offensive after brief respite in Paris

ABC News points out that Trump's score is down six points from his 100-day approval rating, which was itself a record low . This drop in popularity isn't too surprising given the allegations that have swirled around Trump and his team concerning collusion with Russian Federation as well as stumbles overseas.

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  • China trading more with North Korea but buying less coal
China trading more with North Korea but buying less coal

This is going to mean Chinese banks . "With its latest successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile, North Korea has demonstrated intent and capability to hit the United States homeland - and as President Trump said, we must never allow this to happen", said Senator Cory Gardner, chairman of the Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific,...

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  • What Does Kim Jong Un Want?
What Does Kim Jong Un Want?

Trump's appeal to China has only brought forth China leader Xi's comment that he and Trump had built a "close contact". Beijing accounts for about 85% of Pyongyang's imports, according to United Nations data, providing a key lifeline for the North Korean economy.

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  • Don't hold us responsible for solving N. Korea, China says
Don't hold us responsible for solving N. Korea, China says

FILE - In this October 22, 2015, file photo, North Korean Son Kwon Geun, center, weeps with his South Korean relatives as he bids farewell after the Separated Family Reunion Meeting at Diamond Mountain resort in North Kore. Last year, China shipped more than 96,000 tons of gasoline and almost 45,000 tons of diesel to the isolated communist state, w...

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  • Govt calls all-party meeting ahead of Parliament Session
Govt calls all-party meeting ahead of Parliament Session

He will also address NDA members of Parliament . He also mourned the loss of lives in many states in floods. Azad said the Congress has conveyed to the government that there are some sensitive issues related to the internal and external security that needed to be discussed during the Parliament session.

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  • Greens Senator Larissa Waters resigns over citizenship issue
Greens Senator Larissa Waters resigns over citizenship issue

It was an extraordinary moment in Australian politics - the second Greens senator in as many weeks resigning on Tuesday afternoon. But Senator Larissa Waters' tearful farewell to the people of Queensland was nearly upstaged by a party colleague in a vibrant rainbow scarf.

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  • UAE hacked Qatari Govt sites to plant false story
UAE hacked Qatari Govt sites to plant false story

The alleged hacking in May fueled a diplomatic rift between Qatar and its neighboring Arab nations. Anwar Gargash, the UAE state minister for foreign affairs, warned Qatar "cannot be part of a regional organisation dedicated to strengthening mutual security and furthering mutual interest and at the same time undermine that security".

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  • Seoul proposes military talks with Pyongyang
Seoul proposes military talks with Pyongyang

Outside experts believe the South Korean broadcasts and leaflets sting in Pyongyang more because the authoritarian country worries that the broadcasts will demoralize front-line troops and residents and eventually weaken the grip of absolute leader Kim Jong Un.

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  • F1 2017 New Trailer featuring F1 driver Max Verstappen
F1 2017 New Trailer featuring F1 driver Max Verstappen

Vettel and Verstappen were locked in a fierce battle for third place during the first stint of Sunday's race, with both drivers taking it in turns to run the other out wide at Stowe and Club. "I am happy to finish the race and get some solid points once again". "He's trying to defend as hard as possible but at some point you need to stick to your l...

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  • Kubot, Melo clinch men's doubles crown
Kubot, Melo clinch men's doubles crown

Garbine Muguruza has won the first set 7-5 against Venus Williams in the women's final at Wimbledon. Taiwanese tennis player Chan Hao-ching (詹皓晴) and her Romanian partner Monica Niculescu were overwhelmed in the women's doubles final at Wimbledon on Saturday by their rivals Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina of Russian Federation.

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  • Woman trapped in train doors dragged along platform
Woman trapped in train doors dragged along platform

One report claimed Natalya survived by pulling herself close to the train as it approached the tunnel wall. Metro passengers eventually forced the doors open and freed Garkovich, who was hospitalized in intensive care. "He set off the alarm that warns passengers that the doors are closing", Stefano Bottoni, National Secretary of trade union Sul...

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  • UAE minister denies any hacking of Qatar
UAE minister denies any hacking of Qatar

The hack also involved the planting of damning false stories about Qatar's emir. Officials came to know about the newly analyzed information gathered by USA intelligence agencies confirmed that on May 23, senior members of the UAE government discussed the plan and its implementation .

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  • United States spies accuse UAE of hacking Qatari government websites
United States spies accuse UAE of hacking Qatari government websites

In the articles, Qatar's Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani was quoted as cautioning against confrontation with Iran, as well as defending the Palestinian group Hamas and Hezbollah, a Lebanese Shia movement allied with Tehran. But the Trump administration shares most Arab governments' fixations with Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood, so after Trump's vi...

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  • Parliament set for stormy monsoon session from today
Parliament set for stormy monsoon session from today

A lot of legislative business is lined up by the government in this session, which includes the "The Indian Institutes of Information Technology (Amendment) Bill, 2017", "The Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property (Amendment) Bill, 2017", "The Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains (Amendment) Bill, 2017" in the Lok Sa...

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  • Chilliwack prepares for Williams Lake fire evacuees
Chilliwack prepares for Williams Lake fire evacuees

People are bunked at the College of New Caledonia and the University of Northern B.C. and hundreds of volunteers are helping out, including feeding dinners to up to 500 at the college. "In a few cases, it is because we had amalgamated some of these fires together", he said. Regional district offices in Quesnel were slated to open Friday to provid...

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  • Senate Democrats Are Already Using Kid Rock to Raise Money
Senate Democrats Are Already Using Kid Rock to Raise Money

The musician launched a website called KidRockForSenate.com earlier this week (July 13) and, while some have dismissed it as a publicity stunt, he has insisted it is real. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer added, "In the Trump era, we can't afford to take this tweet as a joke". "Look, Trump won Debbie's state of Michigan, so we can't just la...

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  • Cuomo and De Blasio Rally Against Health Care Bill
Cuomo and De Blasio Rally Against Health Care Bill

And he said the Faso-Collins amendment, named for two Republican congressmen from NY, would unconstitutionally "meddle" in New York's Medicaid funding system. It will send us back to a time when New Yorkers were forced to choose between the care they need and feeding their families. "I will sue the Trump administration".

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  • S Korea seeks rare talks with DPRK
S Korea seeks rare talks with DPRK

China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC), a state-controlled company, halted diesel and gasoline sales to North Korea "over the last month or two", amid worldwide pressure on Pyongyang to curb its nuclear and missile programmes, Reuters exclusively reported on June 28.

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  • Senate delays healthcare vote as McCain recovers from surgery
Senate delays healthcare vote as McCain recovers from surgery

The Senate GOP healthcare bill will make it through, but postponing it may make senators a bit hesitant to vote for it as days go by, Citizens United President David Bossie, a former deputy campaign manager for President Donald Trump , said Monday.

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  • Iranian FM: US Fails to Implement Provisions of Iran Nuclear Deal
Iranian FM: US Fails to Implement Provisions of Iran Nuclear Deal

Any move by the US Congress to re-impose sanctions on Iran would "of course" be "a violation" of the nuclear deal , Zarif said, but he did not say what Tehran's response would be to such legislation. Earlier this year, Trump made the first such certification, and numerous reports have quoted White House officials saying he is likely to do so ag...

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