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She said: "If the last few years have taught me anything is that very complex issues, as the Queen we found out has said about Brexit, very complex issues do not take well to referenda". The House of Commons will vote on the amendment today. . May is battling for her political survival after announcing a negotiating plan that infuriated factions on both sides of her Conservative Party: eurosceptics say the plan leaves Britain too close to the European Union, while pro-European lawmakers ...
  • European Union issues warning to avoid trade 'conflict and chaos'

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    Juncker said that Monday's discussions proved that "if China wishes", it is capable of opening up its economy. "It is the common duty of Europe and China, but also America and Russian Federation, not to destroy (the global trade order) but to improve it, not to start trade wars which turned into hot conflicts so often in our history", Tusk said, adding: "There is still time to prevent conflict and chaos".
  • Italy left to drift at sea a ship with 450 migrants

    Italy left to drift at sea a ship with 450 migrants

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    The top security officials of Germany, Italy and Austria are touting their hard line on migration issues, saying Europe needs to protect its exterior borders and crack down on human smuggling. Malta said it had fulfilled its obligations by monitoring the vessel to see if it needed help. Malta didn't immediately respond to Italy's appeal.
  • Weymouth shaken after police officer and resident were both shot and killed

    Weymouth shaken after police officer and resident were both shot and killed

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    Police say the suspect crashed a vehicle, fled the scene, and attacked Chesna with a stone. He then fired three more shots, the stray bullets striking and killing an elderly woman in her home nearby, police say. Prosecutors and state police detectives assigned to the district attorney's office are assisting with an investigation. A MA police officer has been shot several times and critically wounded while in a foot chase with a suspect following a vehicle crash.
  • Elon Musk Attacks Thai Cave Rescue Hero Who Criticized His Mini Submarine

    Elon Musk Attacks Thai Cave Rescue Hero Who Criticized His Mini Submarine

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    Vern Unsworth - who was on the global team of specialist cave divers at the scene - had told CNN that he thought the mini-submarine the Tesla chief sent to help with the rescue was a useless grab for attention. Musk has since deleted the tweets but not apologised. Unsworth told AFP on Monday he had not reviewed the tweets in full and had only heard about them.
  • 19 dead in chemical plant blast in China

    19 dead in chemical plant blast in China

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    Xinhua cited the Jiang'a ncounty government as saying the fire was put out this morning and the injured were in stable condition. According to local media reports , the three-storey buildings of the factory burnt down to their steel frames, while the windows of the nearby buildings were also shattered.
  • Trump says Obama did nothing about Russian election meddling

    Trump says Obama did nothing about Russian election meddling

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    A man has been charged after allegedly flying a paraglider and banner close to Donald Trump's golf resort in Scotland as about 2500 rallied in Helsinki ahead of the U.S. "I think really we mistake our response if we think it's about accountability from the Russians", Paul said . "I think it's a good thing to meet", he said.
  • French police motorcycles crash during Bastille Day parade

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    Some 4,000 police and security forces have been deployed across Paris during the World Cup festivities, and a vast security perimeter prohibiting vehicle access has been set up around the Champs Elysees avenue. 10 for Kylian Mpappe, the 19-year-old breakout star who hails from the Paris suburb of Bondy. "We are happy. Long live France". Here, we are all united.
  • Donald Trump Says America's 'Biggest Foe' Is the European Union

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    He wrote: "Europe and China, America and Russian Federation, are jointly responsible for improving the world order, not for destroying it". "They had bad defenses and they were able to be hacked". Trump has furiously denied his campaign colluded in the alleged interference, and has generally denounced the special investigation as a "witch hunt" promoted by his enemies to delegitimise his victory.
  • Woman gets 40 years for trying to sell daughter, 2, for sex

    Woman gets 40 years for trying to sell daughter, 2, for sex

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    A Houston woman accused of offering to sell her two-year-old daughter for sex at a cost of A$1,600 has been sentenced to 40 years in prison. Peters has been sentenced to 40 years in prison. Her young daughter has been placed in the custody of the Texas Department of Child Protective Services . "The events of this case are hard to believe - that a mom would willingly expose her own daughter to this type of danger".
  • European Union must help avoid 'catastrophic Brexit no-deal', says Jones

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    Mrs May will host Mr Trump and his wife Melania at a lavish dinner at Blenheim Palace this evening. British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a concerted rebellion from the hard Brexit wing of the Conservative party on Monday, as MPs unhappy with her Chequers compromise prepare to mount a show of strength by voting for their amendments on a crucial customs bill.
  • Theresa May reveals Donald Trump advised her to sue the EU

    Theresa May reveals Donald Trump advised her to sue the EU

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    Some pro-Brexit Conservatives fear a deal could emerge that leaves Britain tightly bound to European Union rules and represents a Brexit in name only. The prime minister revealed the advice after the U.S. president said in a press conference that he had offered a suggestion she found too "brutal".
  • Police release body camera footage of fatal shooting of South Shore man

    Police release body camera footage of fatal shooting of South Shore man

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    Autopsy results released on Sunday showed that a black man who was killed by a Chicago police officer near his home died of multiple gunshot wounds. Officers claimed he appeared to be armed, and the released video appears to confirm their assessment, as it reveals a pistol and ammunition magazine tucked into his trousers.
  • Suspect in shooting of 3 Kansas City cops dies in standoff

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    At that time, two officers were hit by gunfire. Police took the vehicle and placed the other person in custody, though Becchina said that individual isn't believed to be involved in the fatal robbery or the shootings of the officers. Deb Randol of the Kansas City Police Department's Accident Investigations Unit. Koppu, a student at University of Missouri-Kansas City, was shot on July 6 during an armed robbery at J's Fish and Chicken Market.
  • Trump Says He Hadn’t Thought of Asking Putin to Extradite Hackers

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    There have been calls in the US for Mr Trump to cancel his meeting with Mr Putin over the indictments, announced on Friday by US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating U.S. intelligence findings that Russians conspired to sway the 2016 election in Mr Trump's favour.
  • Protests in Chicago after police fatally shoot man

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    In the video, officers try to grab Augustus, who pushes the officers' arms away and flails his arms. "The footage pauses and zooms in on the weapon". A crowd gathered after the shooting and rumors that the man was unarmed incited the crowd, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told the Chicago Tribune .