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Sturgess died in a hospital on July 8. Ewan Hope, the son of Ms Sturgess, said he wants her killer or killers to "get what they deserve". Matthew Rowley told the BBC that his brother Charlie, who is seriously ill in hospital, said he had picked up the perfume bottle containing the chemical weapon.
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    Summit critics have Trump derangement syndrome - says Trump

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    The president said he has "full faith and support for America's great intelligence agencies". Lively praised Trump yesterday in an email to supporters, but Baker, under pressure from Democrats to disavow Trump's claims, did criticize the president - a day after the Trump-Putin summit press conference.
  • Rebuking Trump's embrace of Putin, U.S. lawmakers look to punish Russian Federation

    Rebuking Trump's embrace of Putin, U.S. lawmakers look to punish Russian Federation

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    Even if he did mean to say, "I don't see a reason why it wouldn't be Russia ", it is a pretty weak way to confront the head of a nation accused of targeting the heart of American democracy. His comments, however, come just a day after he backtracked and claimed that he does in fact accept the the USA intelligence community's conclustion that Russians interfered in the 2016 election.
  • Judge Who Sentenced Nawaz Sharif Recuses From Hearing Other 2 Graft Cases

    Judge Who Sentenced Nawaz Sharif Recuses From Hearing Other 2 Graft Cases

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    Earlier on Monday, the legal counsels of the Sharif family, who are now serving their respective prison terms at Adiala jail in Rawalpindi filed three appeals. He is expected to meet his grandfather Sharif, mother Maryam and father Capt (retd.) M Safdar, all three imprisoned at Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi. The objections were raised by Nawaz's counsel Khawaja Haris and the court ordered the adjournment of the Al-Azizia Steel Mills and Flagship Investments references filed by the National ...
  • Trump hails 'very good start' with Putin at first summit

    Trump hails 'very good start' with Putin at first summit

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    Rather, when pressed about the verdict of his own intelligence chiefs, Trump stressed that Putin had delivered a "powerful" denial of any Russian vote meddling and said the United States investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller had been a "disaster" for the US.
  • Wisconsin woman on a bike falls into a drawbridge

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    In the video you can see a woman on a bicycle maneuver past the arms, hit one and almost fall off her bike. The defiant biker, however, continued right onto the bridge, and then fell into the space that opened up between the bridge approach area and the span.
  • Elon Musk Apologises For Calling Thailand Cave Diver A 'Pedo'

    Elon Musk Apologises For Calling Thailand Cave Diver A 'Pedo'

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    Elon Musk has apologised to the British diver he branded a " pedo " in a Twitter tirade after he rejected the tech billionaire's submarine idea pitched during the Thailand cave rescue. built to try to help as impractical and called it a "PR stunt" in an interview with CNN. "Just a PR stunt", Unsworth said last week. He had no conception of what the cave passage was like.
  • USA urges Turkey to dump Russia's S-400 for Patriot missile system

    USA urges Turkey to dump Russia's S-400 for Patriot missile system

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    This was reported by the Sabah newspaper referring to US Assistant Secretary of State for Military-Political Affairs Tina Kaidanov. She said that Washington wants defense systems acquired by U.S. The S-400 system is known as the "F-35 killer". Patriot defense system, but it won't be an alternative to the Russian S-400 systems even if a deal is established for their purchase.
  • Trump and Putin to meet in sit-down summit

    Trump and Putin to meet in sit-down summit

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    Speaking in front of media before the closed-door summit Trump said that getting along with Russian Federation would be a "good thing, not a bad thing". On Monday morning, just before heading to his meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Finland, President Trump tweeted some more political analysis from Bizarro World.
  • Eritrea president says during Ethiopia visit: 'History is being made'

    Eritrea president says during Ethiopia visit: 'History is being made'

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    The embassy visit marked the end of the Eritrean leader's three-day stay in Ethiopia that also included a visit to an industrial park and a yesterday evening dinner and concert attended by thousands of Ethiopians. Isaias left Addis Ababa to return home soon after re-opening the embassy. Kejela lost his younger brother, an Ethiopian soldier, during the two-year border war with Eritrea.
  • IN lawmakers question Trump approach to Russia — IN Focus

    IN lawmakers question Trump approach to Russia — IN Focus

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    Trump has repeatedly expressed skepticism about Russian involvement in the hacking while being accused by Democrats of cozying up to the Russian president. Afterward, Trump's national intelligence director, Dan Coats, restated the consensus of USA intelligence: "We have been clear in our assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and their ongoing, pervasive efforts to undermine our democracy, and we will continue to provide unvarnished and objective intelligence in support of ...
  • Was the Queen subtly trolling Trump with her jewellery?

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    Queen Elizabeth wore a printed dress during her meeting with Trump, and the pin looked flawless as an accessory for it in addition to maybe reminding people of a better time when The U.S. The third and final piece of brooch-shade is in the form of the one she picked out to wear during the tea. "You know, who Trump's been screaming about and insulting".
  • UK PM May threatened rebels with a national election

    UK PM May threatened rebels with a national election

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    If the amendment had passed it would have thrown May's Brexit strategy into disarray and increased pressure on the already beleaguered leader. The government narrowly won votes on the bill despite a rebellion by pro-EU Tories angry at the changes.
  • Possible serial killer arrested in Houston after manhunt

    Possible serial killer arrested in Houston after manhunt

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    Two more people were found dead at two nearby mattress stores on Saturday and Monday, respectively. Acevedo did not discuss Rodriguez' prior criminal convictions, and Houston police officials could not be reached for immediate comment. So far, police have declined to reveal a motive or whether the victims were randomly targeted. Both agencies also connected Rodriguez to an armed home invasion on July 9 and the shooting and robbery of a METROLift driver earlier Monday.
  • Man starts 20+ mile walk to work, drives home in blessing

    Man starts 20+ mile walk to work, drives home in blessing

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    Along the way, Carr sat down because his legs were hurting and he was stopped by Officer Mark Knighten of Pelham Police Department, the department told ABC News. Carr and Lamey chatted while they moved boxes together and packed up the kitchen, and he talked to her about his ideal home - he was struck with how comfortable her kitchen was, and it made him think of his old home in New Orleans.
  • Trump says meeting with Putin was 'really good' for Israel

    Trump says meeting with Putin was 'really good' for Israel

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    But his failure to publicly hold the Russian accountable for his aggressive behavior - on numerous fronts - will only embolden him and fuel more tension down the road. Lemon fact-checked Trump and Putin saying that Putin had no idea about Trump nor did he care. After his walkback, Trump said his administration would "move aggressively" to repel efforts to interfere in American elections.