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Trump has said he will make his nomination on July 9. Trump is believed to have narrowed his shortlist down to just three or four candidates. The first two are the top contenders for the position, the report said. The US President has chosen prime time to make the announcement. I think they're all outstanding. All but one of the 25 people on the list are members of The Federalist Society, a national organization of conservative lawyers, and there's a clear pattern to judicial nominees ...
  • United States soldier killed in 'apparent insider attack' in Afghanistan

    United States soldier killed in 'apparent insider attack' in Afghanistan

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    The U.S. soldiers have not been identified. The identity of the service member who was killed will not be released until 24 hours after the next of kin has been notified, which is the policy of the U.S. Insider attacks by Afghan security forces on coalition troops working alongside them were common in Afghanistan several years ago, when the Pentagon had more than 100,000 USA troops in Afghanistan.
  • Moving wildfire kills 1 in California, forces evacuations

    Moving wildfire kills 1 in California, forces evacuations

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    Fire bans have also been enacted by many counties. California Highway Patrol officers are escorting vehicles slowly between Yreka and the OR border. Around a dozen structures near the unincorporated town of Hornbrook have been destroyed. Meanwhile on the top end of California, firefighters in rural Yolo County had their hands full with a blaze that had consumed more than 88,00 acres by Friday night.
  • French authorities call for calm after clashes in Nantes

    French authorities call for calm after clashes in Nantes

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    The PM also promised that a fully transparent investigation will be made over the circumstances of the 22-year-old's death on Tuesday. He injured an officer when backing his vehicle away from the checkpoint, forcing another policeman to open fire and shoot him dead, local police were quoted by media as saying.
  • Tropical Depression 3 forms off the Carolina Coast

    Tropical Depression 3 forms off the Carolina Coast

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    On its present track, the center of Hurricane Beryl is estimated to pass between 70 and 100 miles (110 to 130 km) north of Barbados late Sunday/early Monday before moving over the northern Lesser Antilles . A flood warning will be in effect for Dominica from 12 noon Sunday July 8 to 2:00 pm Monday July 9, 2018 . National Hurricane Center weather outlook.
  • Guess Who Inspired the Statue of Liberty Climber

    Guess Who Inspired the Statue of Liberty Climber

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    The 44-year-old Okoumou pleaded not guilty to trespassing and disorderly conduct and was released without bail after spending the night in custody. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Okoumou faces up to six months behind bars for each count if convicted. A poem on the statue welcomes immigrants, reading "Give me your exhausted, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free", and Therese found that to be the ideal place to highlight the plight of immigrant kids being held in ...
  • Fears grow Israel set to raze West Bank Bedouin village

    Fears grow Israel set to raze West Bank Bedouin village

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    According to Walid Assaf, head of the popular committee to resist Israel's separation wall and settlement activities, Israeli troops stormed Khan Al-Ahmar and notified residents of the military's decision to close its roads. As part of interim peace deals in the 1990s, the West Bank was carved up into autonomous and semi-autonomous Palestinian areas, known as Areas A and B, and Area C, which is home to some 400,000 Israeli settlers.
  • North Korea: Talks With Pompeo Were 'Regrettable' - Timothy Meads

    North Korea: Talks With Pompeo Were 'Regrettable' - Timothy Meads

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    After meeting with his North Korean counterpart for nearly 3 hours Friday, followed by a lengthy dinner, Pompeo and North Korea's former spy chief, Vice Chairman Kim Yong Chol, were at it again Saturday morning . Kim asked Pompeo if had slept well, to which Pompeo said he had. Pompeo, accompanied by senior State Department and Central Intelligence Agency officials, held several hours of talks on Friday evening and had a working dinner with Kim Yong Chol at which both were "cracking jokes" ...
  • Tourists visiting western Japan stranded amid flood warnings and canceled trains

    Tourists visiting western Japan stranded amid flood warnings and canceled trains

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    The Japan Meteorological Agency had issued emergency warnings about the potential for severe flooding and landslides, warnings only issued when it anticipates the sort of extreme conditions that occur just once or twice in 50 years. By Saturday morning, more than 1.6 million people were ordered to evacuate their homes amid fears of flooding and further landslides, with a further 3.1 million advised to leave, the Fire and Disaster Management Agency said.
  • Two nuns arrested in Jharkhand for alleged child trafficking

    Two nuns arrested in Jharkhand for alleged child trafficking

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    Incidentally, in January 2014, then child welfare panel chairperson Om Prakash Singh had in a letter to the state government alleged "child trafficking" from both Jail Road and Hinoo shelters. She worked at Nirmal Hriday, the office of the Missionaries of Charity. "But if it has happened, we must look into it". Sunita Kumar, the order's spokeswoman, said the home was for unwed mothers and did not put children up for adoption.
  • North Korea Says Talks With Pompeo Were 'Regrettable'

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    Pompeo spoke after emerging from more than eight hours of talks over two days with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's right-hand man Kim Yong Chol in a Pyongyang diplomatic compound. A statement by the North Korean Foreign Ministry, accusing the USA of trying to unilaterally pressure the country into abandoning its nuclear weapons, came shortly after Pompeo's delegation left the country.
  • Read Scott Pruitt's Odd, Unapologetic Resignation Letter to Trump

    Read Scott Pruitt's Odd, Unapologetic Resignation Letter to Trump

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    With Pruitt's departure , President Trump lost an administrator many conservatives regarded as one of the more effective members of his Cabinet. He said Pruitt could overcome criticism from environmental groups and unflattering stories in the media, but not the lengthy list of political scandals that includes asking EPA staff to pick up dry cleaning and trying to obtain a used Trump hotel mattress for his apartment.
  • Brush fire destroys homes in San Diego County, California; Hundreds evacuated

    Brush fire destroys homes in San Diego County, California; Hundreds evacuated

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    CalFire reports that one firefighter has died. The agency says the fire called Klamathon started Thursday afternoon and has forced evacuations in the small town of Hornbrook, California. An evacuation shelter has been set up at the Jackson Street School in Yreka, Cal Fire said, and a large animal shelter was being set up at the Siskiyou County Fairgrounds.
  • Irish Water issues national hosepipe ban

    Irish Water issues national hosepipe ban

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    The move follows the hospipe ban that has applied to the Greater Dublin area since Monday this week. A hosepipe ban is on the horizon if hot weather continues, a water firm has warned. We are grateful for all measures that have been taken in homes and businesses, ' concludes the statement. Irish Water is appealing to the public to reduce water usage as it states, "We urgently need your help and support to conserve water at this time".
  • USA increases tariffs on Chinese imports, Beijing reciprocates

    USA increases tariffs on Chinese imports, Beijing reciprocates

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    In a statement released shortly after the tariffs took effect at 2pm AEST, China's Ministry of Commerce called the tariffs - which impose a 25% duty on $US34 billion worth of Chinese exports to the United States - "typical trade bullying " and warned that retaliation would be swift.