• Russian Federation retaliates to United States sanctions, says will seize diplomatic property
Russian Federation retaliates to United States sanctions, says will seize diplomatic property

Russian President Vladimir Putin has confirmed that 755 staff must leave United States diplomatic missions, in retaliation to new U.S. sanctions against Russia. 'Because more than 1,000 workers - diplomats and support staff - were working and are still working in Russia, 755 must stop their activity in the Russian Federation, ' he said.

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  • Will step down if poll expenditure allegations found true: Jual
Will step down if poll expenditure allegations found true: Jual

The BJP has demanded disqualification of Patnaik as a legislator for allegedly filing false poll affidavit. Earlier, the saffron party had sought a thorough inquiry into the alleged discrepancies by the Income Tax Commissioner on Monday before handing over a memorandum to the SEC and demanding the scrapping of BJD supremo's Assembly membership on...

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  • Fire crew rescues passengers trapped mid-air in cable vehicle
Fire crew rescues passengers trapped mid-air in cable vehicle

Fire crews and rescue teams in Cologne used a crane to reach the 75 trapped passengers, some of them said to have been as high as 40m (130 ft). After the gondola crashed into the pillar, the entire system shut down, public transportation authorities for the city in the North-Rhine-Westphalia state said.

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  • Police issue statement after Trump remark
Police issue statement after Trump remark

President Trump made a joke while speaking to law enforcement officers that was portrayed in the media as an endorsement of police brutality. Mr Trump said: "When you see thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in; rough".

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  • North Korea army tests another ICBM, putting U.S. cities in range
North Korea army tests another ICBM, putting U.S. cities in range

North Korea has hailed as a success its latest test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), describing it as a " stern warning " for the U.S., BBC News reports . Military Defense Agency chief Lieutenant General Sam Greaves said data collected from the test would improve the U.S.'s "ability to stay ahead of the evolving threat".

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  • Cristie Kerr shoots 73 to take Ladies Scottish Open lead
Cristie Kerr shoots 73 to take Ladies Scottish Open lead

Webb birdied three of the first seven holes and dropped strokes on 13 and 15 before rallying with the birdie on 17. The 25-year-old, who carded two bogeys in her final round, was disheartened with her performance. The conditions took a toll as the cut was five-over, with a number of notable names missing out including former world No. 1 Lydia Ko ...

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  • Pence pressures China on North Korea
Pence pressures China on North Korea

North Korea launched a missile into waters off Japan on Friday (28 July), with Pentagon officials saying the projectile was thought to be the hermit kingdom's second ICBM launch . We will no longer allow this to continue. Haley has been one of the Trump administration's most vocal members, taking a tough line on Russian Federation and Syria and ...

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  • Two girls struck by lightning in Utah, police say
Two girls struck by lightning in Utah, police say

The family's heroic dog ran back to the family to let them know something was wrong. Their families had been camping near Big Flat in the Beaver Mountains for a family reunion, the release stated. The girls stopped at one point to explore and were struck by lightning as they were returning to their ATV. The girls were then transported b...

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  • Police arrest 4 in anti-terror raids in Sydney
Police arrest 4 in anti-terror raids in Sydney

Turnbull said it was an elaborate conspiracy that involved bringing down an airplane. Police stormed five Sydney properties on Saturday and arrested four men allegedly linked to the plot, with extra security measures extended to all major domestic and global terminals from yesterday.

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  • GJM activists clash with police near Bhutan border
GJM activists clash with police near Bhutan border

Petrol bombs were hurled at police. To stop them from advancing, the police baton charged them and fired from water-canons, but did not use firearms, said the unnamed official cited above. Sunday's clash comes a day after pro-Gorkhaland activists had engaged with the police at Sukna in the foothills of Darjeeling that left six police personnel an...

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  • US VP Mike Pence in Estonia raises prospect of deploying Patriot missiles
US VP Mike Pence in Estonia raises prospect of deploying Patriot missiles

Pence is scheduled to arrive in Tallinn on July 30, and will make subsequent stops in Georgia and Montenegro, the White House said. He said the Trump administration had "made it clear" that it was committed to NATO's Article 5 that says an attack on one member was an attack on all.

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  • Trump unhappy with Sessions but will not fire him
Trump unhappy with Sessions but will not fire him

At the end of the day, Trump is desperately searching for a way to thwart the Russian Federation investigation that has buried his presidency since day one. "If he wants to make a change he can certainly do so and I would be glad to yield in that circumstance; no doubt about it", Sessions told Tucker Carlson .

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  • Van strikes group of people on Los Angeles sidewalk, 6 hurt
Van strikes group of people on Los Angeles sidewalk, 6 hurt

These eight people were taken to one or more hospitals, she said. Authorities said an off-duty Los Angeles firefighter was in the crowd, but was not hurt in the crash. Both drivers remained on scene and were not injured, Wilson said. Police first responded to a call of a vehicle assault after witnesses said they saw a driver slam into two people.

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  • Donald Trump predicts what would happen if ObamaCare is not repealed
Donald Trump predicts what would happen if ObamaCare is not repealed

Republicans Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of ME joined McCain in voting no. And it was one indeed, when he signalled "No" to the vote clerk, greeted by gasps and applause from the chamber. But he and two other Republican senators voted against the key amendment, which was narrowly defeated by 51 votes to 49. "Budget reconciliatio...

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  • Barca star Neymar confirms China tour after U-turn
Barca star Neymar confirms China tour after U-turn

PSG have reportedly held discussions with Barcelona about a transfer for the 25 year-old that would smash the world record £89 million ($117 million) Manchester United paid for France midfielder Paul Pogba last year. Video footage posted online by the Daily Mail shows the Brazilian forward angrily confronting Semedo after an aggressive tackl...

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  • Anthony Scaramucci named White House communications director
Anthony Scaramucci named White House communications director

President, if you're listening, I personally apologise for the 50th time for saying that", Scaramucci added as he looked into the cameras. "I can't thank the president enough". Spicer clashed with reporters regularly as press secretary starting immediately after Trump's January 20 swearing-in, when the White House claimed that record crowds had att...

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  • Russian Federation vows further retaliation if USA advances sanctions
Russian Federation vows further retaliation if USA advances sanctions

The Russians also suspended the right of the US Embassy to use the storage facilities on Dorozhnaya Street in Moscow and the country house in Serebryany Bor. Russian President Vladimir Putin tossed President-elect Donald Trump a bouquet in December when he chose not to retaliate for the US expulsion of Russian diplomats and seizure of Russian d...

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  • Trump intends to sign bill on Russian Federation sanctions: White House
Trump intends to sign bill on Russian Federation sanctions: White House

The U.S. will have to cut staff numbers by more than 700 at its diplomatic missions in Russian Federation as a result of an order to slash the size of American representation in retaliation for new sanctions, according to two officials in Moscow.

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  • United Kingdom trade secretary denies deal on free movement after Brexit
United Kingdom trade secretary denies deal on free movement after Brexit

He said any move to allow European Union migrants to keep coming to the United Kingdom after Brexit would "not keep faith" with the result of the European Union referendum. Meanwhile, divisions in Labour over Brexit emerged as senior figures urged Jeremy Corbyn to commit to staying in the single market. Conservative party tensions were also on sh...

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  • Police Condemn Trump for Speech 'Condoning Law Enforcement Brutality'
Police Condemn Trump for Speech 'Condoning Law Enforcement Brutality'

Other Long Islanders who want to see an end to gang violence say, they believe the president was trying to send a strong message to gang members but could have used a better choice of words. "The SCPD has strict rules & procedures relating to the handling of prisoners", it tweeted following the president's speech. "Violations of those rules are ...

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