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Protesters against Trump's visit gather near an entrance to the USA ambassador's residence in Regent's Park in London on Thursday. But the US President seemed to be visibly annoyed when he was asked by a reporter if he regretted making remarks about British Prime Minister Theresa May and her Brexit policy in an explosive interview.
  • Trump visit to United Kingdom begins on awkward note

    Trump visit to United Kingdom begins on awkward note

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    Having to play nice with the person you don't have very much in common with, because it's the right thing to do. May has said Trump's visit is an opportunity to boost trade links between the United States and the UK amid Britain leaving the European Union.
  • Trump releases letter from Kim Jong Un, touts

    Trump releases letter from Kim Jong Un, touts "great progress"

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    In a post on Twitter, Mr Trump said the letter, dated July 6, was very nice and was a sign of " Great progress being made! ". Pompeo has insisted that a raft of tough economic sanctions imposed on North Korea would remain in place until " final, fully verified denuclearization " occurs.
  • Armless artist in court for allegedly stabbing man with scissors

    Armless artist in court for allegedly stabbing man with scissors

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    The police did not find Crenshaw under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident. Florida native Jonathan Crenshaw stabbed a 22-year-old Chicago man twice with the scissors before running away, according to the Miami Beach Police Department report on Crenshaw's arrest early on Tuesday.
  • After tornado, helping hands reach out fast in Watford City

    After tornado, helping hands reach out fast in Watford City

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    Dozens of people are injured after severe weather hit Watford City , North Dakota early Tuesday morning. A tornado killed a seven-day-old baby and injured more than two dozen people when it ripped through a trailer park in North Dakota and forecasters warned that parts of the Midwestern United States could face more twisters on Wednesday.
  • Time For 'Reckoning' Over China's WTO Membership, Says US

    Time For 'Reckoning' Over China's WTO Membership, Says US

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    The total US debt is over 18 trillion euros. China does not want a trade war , but it does not fear one and would fight if necessary, ministry spokesman Gao Feng told reporters at a regular briefing. On Wednesday, the MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.12 percent, while the main indexes in Hong Kong and Shanghai recovered somewhat after falling more than 2 percent.
  • Explosion rocks chemicals factory near Cairo's airport

    Explosion rocks chemicals factory near Cairo's airport

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    Residents in different parts of East Cairo took to social media, saying the explosion rocked the districts of Fifth Settlement, Heliopolis and the 10th of Ramadan City - all situated near the airport. While flights have not been affected, some witnesses described the vehicle traffic in and out of the airport as a " nightmare ". "Civil defence trucks were deployed to bring the fire under control", he added.
  • Stormy Daniels arrested at strip club, lawyer slams ´setup´

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    The 39-year-old adult film star who claims to have had sex with President Donald Trump was charged with three misdemeanors, each punishable by up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. The porn star is due to appear in court on Friday. Police said Daniels' arrest was part of a long-term human trafficking investigation of adult clubs.
  • Sharif loyalists arrested as former PM returns to appeal conviction

    Sharif loyalists arrested as former PM returns to appeal conviction

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    Sharif was last week sentenced in absentia to 10 years by an anti-corruption court for failing to declare how he bought Park Lane flats in London. Maryam Nawaz , 44, seen as the political heir of Sharif, said that going back to Pakistan "to go to prison was the most hard decision of our lives because my mother is on the ventilator and we don't know what happens next, their is no pain like that of leaving your mother behind in such situation but there's a national duty and we must make this ...
  • Explosion rocks Wisconsin town; at least 3 hurt

    Explosion rocks Wisconsin town; at least 3 hurt

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    Other injuries were minor. "It could have been a lot worse", Konopacki said. An explosion rocked the downtown area of a suburb of Madison, Wisconsin, after a contractor struck a natural gas main Tuesday, injuring at least two firefighters and a police officer, authorities said.
  • Thai cave rescue: Father dies after hero doctor's successful mission

    Thai cave rescue: Father dies after hero doctor's successful mission

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    The pair said they were "humbled" to have lent their expertise to the Thai-led rescue team, adding that their "greatest admiration" goes to the British lead divers. The 53-year-old Dr Harris was also singled out by the Australian government, with a joint statement from Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, Defence Minister Marise Payne and Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton praising him.
  • Japan Death toll for Heavy Rain Raised to 73

    Japan Death toll for Heavy Rain Raised to 73

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    The torrential downpours have caused flash flooding and landslides across central and western parts of the country, prompting evacuation orders for more than two million people. Elsewhere, work crews tried to clear multiple small landslides that coated roads, rendering them virtually impassable. Currently, it is known that 37 people have perished in Hiroshima, 20 have perished in Ehime, and a further 10 have been killed in Okayama.
  • Alaska passengers survived the plane crash

    Alaska passengers survived the plane crash

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    A plane carrying eleven people, including ten passengers and a pilot, crashed about 2,000 feet up on the side of Alaska's Mount Jumbo Tuesday morning, according to the U.S. The pilot called 911 when the float equipped de Havilland Canada DHC-3T Turbo Otter seaplane crashed, and Alaska State Troopers alerted the Coast Guard about the crash at 8:45 a.m.
  • Police officer resigns ahead of hearing on Puerto Rico shirt incident

    Police officer resigns ahead of hearing on Puerto Rico shirt incident

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    The Forest Preserves confirmed they launched an investigation into the response of the officer, with Connor assigned to desk duty pending the outcome. "We might start with the fine example presented by Mia Irizarry and her family, who handled this ugly incident with great composure, never stooping to the level of the man who attacked her".
  • Man with world's longest nails gets them cut with a saw

    Man with world's longest nails gets them cut with a saw

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    Lucas Jackson / Reuters Shridhar Chillal of India displays his newly cut fingernails at an announcement that the five fingernails he grew for 66 years will be displayed in Ripley's Believe it or Not in NY. He broke the teacher's nail and they got very upset about it, so Shridhar made a decision to take on the challenge of growing his own nails. When asked by Guinness World Records in 2015 how his nails affect his life, Shridhar said they were extremely fragile and he needed to take ...
  • Donald Trump: 'Nato is much stronger than it was two days ago'

    Donald Trump: 'Nato is much stronger than it was two days ago'

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    Officials had been awaiting the first meeting as an indicator of Mr Trump's mood and they soon had their answer. "After we're at 2 percent, we'll start talking about going higher. Says Stoltenberg: "We have agreed that we're committed to the pledge increasing defence spending to 2 percent". Trump told leaders he wanted them all to hit that target by January, prompting consternation.