• Trudeau, Tory meet as gun violence, refugee costs heat up

    Trudeau, Tory meet as gun violence, refugee costs heat up

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    Trudeau said. Trudeau said Ford had a number of questions about immigration issues during their closed-door discussion. Community and Social Services Minister Lisa MacLeod, who's responsible for immigration issues, said the Ontario government will not pick up the tab for people who have since entered the country at illegal crossings.
  • FTSE inches up after Brexit minister resigns

    FTSE inches up after Brexit minister resigns

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    The resignations dealt yet another blow to the beleaguered leader, just two days after she announced she had finally united her quarrelsome government behind her plan for a divorce deal with the EU. "Others don't have that same responsibility". In his resignation letter, Mr Davis criticised the PM's Brexit plan - agreed by the cabinet on Friday - saying it would leave Parliament with "at best a weak negotiating position".
  • Several dead, injured after train derailed in Turkey

    Several dead, injured after train derailed in Turkey

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    Six of the carriages derailed, local media reported . Transport minister Ahmet Arslan said seven other trains had used the route earlier on Sunday, but the rain caused "extraordinary swelling". Experts from a Turkish engineering union issued a statement saying a drainage system was incorrectly built. Turkish authorities under Erdogan have over the last years sought to modernise Turkey´s once ramshackle rail network, building several high speed inter-city lines.
  • Trump is bent on wrecking NATO. Prepare for catastrophe

    Trump is bent on wrecking NATO. Prepare for catastrophe

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    Still, Trump has repeatedly threatened to punish countries if they don't spend enough on defense, even suggesting the US may not protect them if they don't pay their fair share. Saying that he wants to improve relations with Moscow, Trump has repeatedly cast doubt on conclusions by the nation's intelligence agencies that Russian Federation tried to help him win the 2016 election, noting that Putin has "strongly" denied being behind the interference.
  • Thai cave rescue: Operation resumes for remaining 9 who are trapped

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    But authorities face a new race against time as heavy rain, which had been predicted later this week, pummeled the cave complex in northern Thailand shortly after the first boys were freed. The mini-submarine created by SpaceX engineers may not play a role in the crisis it was designed for - the Thai cave rescue drama that's now speeding to a resolution - but it could be a lifesaver for future space missions.
  • Ex-Trump campaign manager Manafort seeks to move, postpone trial

    Ex-Trump campaign manager Manafort seeks to move, postpone trial

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    District Court in Alexandria on Friday, arguing that a change of venue is necessary for his Sixth Amendment right to trial by an impartial jury. Prosecutors working for Mueller said in the Friday filing they will introduce evidence at that trial showing that a banking executive helped Manafort secure more than $6 million in loans while simultaneously trying to get a job on the Trump campaign.
  • First group of boys exit Thai cave, taken to hospital

    First group of boys exit Thai cave, taken to hospital

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    It is expected that all of the rescued boys and the coach will be taken to the hospital for treatment. An Australian doctor who was part of the rescue mission assessed the boys' health on Saturday night and cleared them for the rescue mission, Reuters said.
  • Storm Strengthening To Hurricane Off Carolinas As Puerto Rico Faces Storm Beryl

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    Weather forecasters say Tropical Storm Chris is likely to strengthen to a hurricane by Monday but will remain well away from the USA coast for the next two or three days. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico , or just south of those areas, on Monday. Interests in Atlantic Canada, including Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, should monitor the progress of Chris for potential direct impacts later next week.
  • Two US Navy warships sail through Taiwan Strait

    Two US Navy warships sail through Taiwan Strait

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    US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the destroyers Mustin and Benfold carried out the passage. In 2007, a USA aircraft carrier sailed through the strait on its way to home port in Japan, a route Washington described then as a safety move due to weather.
  • Trump club seeks to hire 61 foreign cooks, waiters

    Trump club seeks to hire 61 foreign cooks, waiters

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    It also states that "the influx of foreign workers holds down salaries, keeps unemployment high, and makes it hard for poor and working class Americans - including immigrants themselves and their children - to earn a middle class wage". The Post found a pattern that showed $25,000 donations were typically given to a charity by the Trump Foundation after an event was relocated to Mar-a-Lago from a different venue.
  • Bill Shine Now White House Communications Chief

    Bill Shine Now White House Communications Chief

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    And conservative activist Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch, told The Daily Beast , "I don't want so see the ghost of Roger Ailes running the White House communications operation". Shine has denied any wrongdoing. Bill Shine attends The Hollywood Reporter 35 Most Powerful People In Media 2017 at The Pool on April 13, 2017 in New York City.
  • Former leader of Japanese doomsday cult hanged over 1995 sarin gas attack

    Former leader of Japanese doomsday cult hanged over 1995 sarin gas attack

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    And the execution of Asahara's followers risks elevating them to "martyrs" in the eyes of remaining cult adherents, warned Taro Takimoto, a lawyer for relatives of cultists, in an interview with AFP earlier this year. Seven of the top cult leaders, including Shoko Asahara , were hanged; another six await execution.The Asahi ShimbunHAZ-MATThe attack was one of the most shocking in modern Japanese history.
  • Ky. Judge Not On Top 3 List For Supreme Court Position

    Ky. Judge Not On Top 3 List For Supreme Court Position

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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 ...