• UK Foreign Minister QUITS, Theresa May Facing REVOLT — BREXIT BREAKDOWN

    UK Foreign Minister QUITS, Theresa May Facing REVOLT — BREXIT BREAKDOWN

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    Labour MP Andrew Adonis said Raab's appointment could spell the " death " of the Tory leader, while writer and editor Hitcham Yezza said Brexit has now become even more " shambolic ". May said that Britain would not look to extend Article 50, the notice of intention to leave the European Union, and that British people wanted the government to deliver Brexit rather than voting again on the deal.
  • Trump pardons OR ranchers who sparked occupation of wildlife refuge

    Trump pardons OR ranchers who sparked occupation of wildlife refuge

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    Their convictions have drawn sharp rebukes from the local community amid allegations that the family was aggressively prosecuted using anti-terrorism statutes because they were outspoken about public land use in rural Oregon. The federal government's approach to the Hammonds reflects "prosecutorial misconduct" that's evident in other cases, said Ramona Morrison, daughter of deceased Nevada rancher and "Sagebrush Rebellion" icon Wayne Hage.
  • Sen. Casey Comes Out Against Trump Nominee Before Pick is Announced

    Sen. Casey Comes Out Against Trump Nominee Before Pick is Announced

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    Casey, who promotes himself as a moderate, relatively pro-life Democrat, could encounter reelection difficulties in the key swing state Trump carried in 2016 by unilaterally opposing the president's nominee. Trump's sister Judge Maryanne Trump Barry also sits on the 3rd Circuit and reportedly backed Hardiman for the seat Gorsuch eventually filled. That decision was reversed by the U.S.
  • Thailand cave rescue: Rescued boys are 'happy and well'

    Thailand cave rescue: Rescued boys are 'happy and well'

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    Channel News Asia reported seeing three helicopters flying from the cave toward the nearby city of Chiang Rai , where the rescued boys are being treated in a hospital. A daring rescue operation the likes of which the world has never seen is now underway with the participation of a team of Thai and worldwide divers.
  • 91-year-old visitor beaten with brick, told 'go back to Mexico'

    91-year-old visitor beaten with brick, told 'go back to Mexico'

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    Once he was on the ground, a group of men began to kick him, KNBC reported . "When I tried to videotape her with my cell phone, she threw that same concrete block, tried to hit my auto". "A 92-year-old senior citizen, what can he do to anybody?" Nobody shouldn't even harm him 'cause I wouldn't want to see nobody hurting my father or mother.
  • Updates as Theresa May meets her new-look cabinet

    Updates as Theresa May meets her new-look cabinet

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    Theresa May made the reshuffle after Mr Johnson sensationally quit the Cabinet in protest at her "third way" Brexit plans less than 24 hours after David Davis' resignation. She also said that the government had no intention of extending Article 50, which is a notice of intention to leave the European Union, and that there will not be a second national vote on this Brexit deal.
  • Boris Johnson resigns in major Brexit blow to UK PM Theresa May

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    Top Brexiteer Michael Gove, an ally of Mr Davis , Mr Johnson and also Mrs May, said everybody was "in very good spirits". Though negativity about immigration has fallen sharply in Britain in recent years , for this handful of MPs, leaving the European Union is all about controlling immigration-and not much else.
  • Face of Brexit Boris Johnson resigns, plunging May into crisis

    Face of Brexit Boris Johnson resigns, plunging May into crisis

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    Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson quit on Monday, saying in his resignation letter that the Brexit "dream is dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt". She said she and the two departed ministers "do not agree about the best way of delivering our shared commitment to honoring the result of the referendum" in which United Kingdom voters opted to leave the EU.
  • Trump to Open Trip by Meeting with Nervous NATO Leaders

    Trump to Open Trip by Meeting with Nervous NATO Leaders

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    Some diplomats fear that Trump will threaten to pull troops out of Europe without more spending on defense, despite USA denials. "We spend on defense much more than Russian Federation and as much as China. "Dear Europe spend more on your defence because everyone expects an ally that is well-prepared and equipped", Tusk said. "Getting ready to leave for Europe".
  • Five points of interest about Judge Brett Kavanaugh

    Five points of interest about Judge Brett Kavanaugh

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    According to the Judicial Common Space , which scores United States justices and judges on their ideology, Kavanaugh's ideology falls to the right of Justices Gorsuch and Samuel Alito, but to the left of Clarence Thomas. "It will be very hard for Democrats particularly those in red states to vote against him, except for rank political motives", said Carrie Severino, chief counsel and policy director at the Judicial Crisis Network, a conservative legal organization.
  • Japan floods: 126 killed after torrential rain and landslides

    Japan floods: 126 killed after torrential rain and landslides

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    Japan's government said at least 134 people have been confirmed dead from the heavy rains, floods and mudslides that have struck western Japan. Search-and-rescue work continues on July 9 in wide areas of western Japan, including Hiroshima and Ehime prefectures, while workers fix railway tracks in Saga Prefecture.
  • China frees Nobel widow from house arrest that drew outcry

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    Ms Liu's departure was "wonderful news" but harassment of her family remained a risk to her freedom to criticise China, Amnesty International's China researcher Patrick Poon said. - "Own free will" - Two men guarded the entrance to Liu's Beijing apartment Tuesday, and questioned anyone who came near. "I feel I was entrusted by my parents and [Liu] Xiaobo".
  • Bookies put Boris Johnson in first place for next Prime Minister

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    May imposed on her cabinet on Friday. But ministerial aide Chris Green resigned his position as a parliamentary private secretary to the Department for Transport after the meeting, saying in a letter to Mrs May that she had confirmed his fears that "we would not really leave the EU" under her proposals.
  • At least 21 dead, dozens missing after tourist boat sinks in Thailand

    At least 21 dead, dozens missing after tourist boat sinks in Thailand

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    The search was carried out by aircraft from the Royal Thai Navy, Army and Air Force, as well as a fleet of boats, comprising Navy search vessels and volunteers, including the local fishing boats. Navy official Narong Aurabhakdi said some of the bodies were found by divers who entered the wreck Friday and others were floating in the water. In its statement, it added that the Chinese consulate in southern Thailand already had staffers on the scene helping its citizens.