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Jasmine Edwards said she and her son were the only black people at the pool. Mobile phone video filmed by Ms Edwards shows police calmly speaking to her and the man. Spokesman Brian Risinger confirmed that the statement was referring to Bloom. "We apologise to our neighbours who were directly hurt by these actions, and we hope that everyone in Glenridge will join us in redoubling our efforts to care for and support all of our neighbours during this hard time".
  • Syrian rebels talks with Russian officers ‘fail’

    Syrian rebels talks with Russian officers ‘fail’

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    Jordan's army said Tuesday the kingdom's border with Syria would remain closed, even as tens of thousands of Syrians flee a government offensive towards the frontier. In New York on June 27, several Western members of the UN Security Council call on Moscow to halt the offensive and "uphold its commitments" in southern Syria, where Russian Federation agreed a ceasefire a year before.
  • Amesbury victims poisoned by same nerve agent used on ex-spy

    Amesbury victims poisoned by same nerve agent used on ex-spy

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    And Sergei Zheleznyak, deputy speaker of the State Duma, offered a novel theory for the new poisoning claims: British people who traveled to Russian Federation for the World Cup are developing "really positive emotions" about Russian Federation and the British government is doing whatever it can to remind them that the Kremlin is bad.
  • Trump issues warning to World Trade Organisation

    Trump issues warning to World Trade Organisation

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    Trump: We are very close to making some very good trade deals. Trump replied with a comment about the vehicle industry, but Rutte followed up quickly with: "It's not positive". Mr Trump and Mr Rutte will both be attending next week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meetings. "The relationship between the Netherlands and the United States is over 400 years old", Rutte said.
  • Mom shoots carjacker as her kids watch from back seat

    Mom shoots carjacker as her kids watch from back seat

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    When she saw what was happening, the mother jumped inside. A mother shot a man in the face after the suspect jumped into her auto while her two kids were sitting in the vehicle, police said . In an interview with Dallas TV station KTVT, the woman said: "I should have just have emptied the whole clip", and added that she wished she had killed Wright.
  • With US out, those backing Iran nuclear deal meet in Vienna

    With US out, those backing Iran nuclear deal meet in Vienna

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    The "threat" amounts to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani saying a USA attempt to block Iranian exports had "no meaning" so long as regional oil continues to be exported. He said the European powers but also Russian Federation and China were working on coming up with a financial mechanism to mitigate planned tough USA sanctions.
  • YouTube star Ryker Gamble dies after falling from waterfall

    YouTube star Ryker Gamble dies after falling from waterfall

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    The RCMP said in a release : "The individuals were with a group of friends when they slipped and fell into a pool 30 meters [98ft] below". Mr Gamble's partner Alissa Hensen posted a tribute to the adventurer and shared her grief. Authorities on Wednesday launched a hazardous operation to recover the bodies. Corporal Sascha Banks of the RCMP comments that "the water flow" of Shannon Falls "will be heavy with warm temperatures today, increasing the risk to those in the recovery effort".
  • Japan executes sarin gas attack cult leader Shoko Asahara and six members

    Japan executes sarin gas attack cult leader Shoko Asahara and six members

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    Japan's Justice Ministry announced the executions of Asahara, 63, and his followers. That happened in January. The Aum Shinri Kyo, or Aum Supreme Truth cult , which mixed Buddhist and Hindu meditation with apocalyptic teachings, staged a series of crimes including simultaneous sarin gas attacks on Tokyo subway trains during rush hour in March 1995.
  • The Rise And Fall Of Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan's Three-Time Leader: Timeline

    The Rise And Fall Of Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan's Three-Time Leader: Timeline

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    The National Accountability Bureau had filed three case related to the purchase of four flats in London's Avenfield House against Sharif and his children. 1997- Elected prime minister for the second time. 2007 - Returns from exile to contest elections the next year as part of a political deal that ended Pervez Musharraf's military rule.
  • President Donald Trump Speaks in Montana

    President Donald Trump Speaks in Montana

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    And we will say, 'I will give you $1 million to your favorite charity, paid for by Trump, if you take the test and it shows you're an Indian. "And we will very gently take that kit, and we will slowly toss it", Trump continued. Jackson, a Navy rear admiral, denied the claims but withdrew his nomination . "But Jon Tester said things about him that were frightful and weren't true".
  • Britain: Scotland Yard Says Couple Poisoned by Russian Nerve Agent

    Britain: Scotland Yard Says Couple Poisoned by Russian Nerve Agent

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    Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Kier Pritchard expressed incredulity that his force - along with 100 Scotland Yard counter-terrorism detectives - was dealing with a new Novichok poisoning. It is believed one of the last places the couple were seen in public was a family fun day at Amesbury Baptist Church on Saturday afternoon. Spire FM says the incident is "thought to have been a drug-related medical episode".
  • ABC to fight Nauru Pacific forum ban

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    But on Monday the Nauruan Government said no ABC representatives would be granted visas to enter the country under any circumstances , citing years of what it alleged was biased reporting from the broadcaster. The Government of Nauru said it would be "welcoming media from across the Pacific region and further afield", but limits were necessary because of a lack of accommodation.