• USA cardinal resigns over sex abuse allegations

    USA cardinal resigns over sex abuse allegations

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    July 28, Pope Francis in his statement noted that he had accepted the resignation of cardinal Theodore McCarry, former Archbishop of Washington. Cardinal Theodore Edgar McCarrick speaks during a memorial service in South Bend, Ind. Separately, a number of men have come forward to say McCarrick made unwanted sexual advances to them in a beach house in New Jersey when they were adult seminarians studying for the priesthood.
  • Tommy Robinson, beloved of Trump Jr, Steve Bannon, granted bail in UK

    Tommy Robinson, beloved of Trump Jr, Steve Bannon, granted bail in UK

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    At the court of appeal on Wednesday, the lord chief justice, Lord Burnett of Maldon, upheld the Canterbury ruling but said the ruling in Leeds was "flawed" and there should be a retrial. "The decision at Leeds crown court to proceed to committal to prison so promptly and without due regard for [part] of the rules gave rise to unfairness", the judgement read.
  • Talks fail between Daesh, Syrian regime over Druze captives' release

    Talks fail between Daesh, Syrian regime over Druze captives' release

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    More than 250 people were killed on Wednesday when Daesh terrorists, who lost all of their urban bastions in the Arab country late previous year, launched a brutal attack against civilians in rural areas inhabited by the Druze minority. "As of Sunday, the hostages were still being held in the Badiya". She said she was being threatened with death if the government pressed its offensive.
  • Exotic Cars Which Included Lamborghinis, and Porsche Crushed Under Bulldozer

    Exotic Cars Which Included Lamborghinis, and Porsche Crushed Under Bulldozer

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    They said, "Ay, Duterte may corruption". Earlier this year , he ordered the destruction of dozens of unlawfully imported vehicles of all kinds, which included Jaguars , BMWs , and a Chevy Corvette Stingray. Before he took office, the government was permitted to sell the illegal cars, making a profit. The president's war on drugs has seen thousands of people killed since he took office in 2016, with human rights groups saying numerous killings are orchestrated by the police.
  • Ford government announces social assistance overhaul

    Ford government announces social assistance overhaul

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    MacLeod called the programs, overseen by the previous Liberal government, a "mess" and "patchwork". A Canadian province has chose to scrap its universal basic income pilot after lawmakers decided it was "quite expensive" and "not sustainable", The Guardian reported.
  • 10 die in blast on southern Philippines island of Basilan

    10 die in blast on southern Philippines island of Basilan

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    The military said the attack occurred at 5:50 a.m. local time in a village in Lamitan City on Basilan, an island province off Mindanao. Basilan is a no-go area for most Filipinos and Western countries typically warn citizens to stay away because of the penetration of Abu Sayyaf and fierce military offensives against its fighters.
  • Judge blocks release of 3D printed gun blueprints

    Judge blocks release of 3D printed gun blueprints

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    Here some answers to your questions. It has been reported that, although the blueprints were supposed to be made available from Wednesday, they were released early and have already been downloaded thousands of times. In light of the Second Circuit decision and other pertinent information, Lott wrote, "Gun control advocates don't just have a problem with the Second Amendment - they also have real problems with the First Amendment".
  • Trump's lawyers updated him on the Mueller investigation. Then Trump tweeted

    Trump's lawyers updated him on the Mueller investigation. Then Trump tweeted

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    The first trial arising from the probe into Russia's role in the election, began on Tuesday in Alexandria, Va. Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort , faces 18 counts of bank and tax fraud charges . This was Trump's most direct demand yet that Sessions, who infuriated the president by recusing himself from the investigation, intervene to end the probe.
  • Zimbabwe soldiers clash with opposition supporters as ruling party wins majority

    Zimbabwe soldiers clash with opposition supporters as ruling party wins majority

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    Live ammunition has been fired at people protesting against the election results, while soldiers have been seen on the streets. Gunfire was heard and an army helicopter flew in the skies above Harare, witnesses said . The President of Economics Students Association of Zimbabwe also a University of Zimbabwe student leader and ZINASU activist Treasure Bassopo is also concerned about the future of students after studies.
  • North Korea Still Making Missiles, Despite Trump's Claims

    North Korea Still Making Missiles, Despite Trump's Claims

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    Remains handed over by North Korea last week are human and likely American, according to an official with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency . "We don't know who's in those boxes", he said . Trump's remark at a political rally Wednesday in Tampa, Florida, was the latest sign of friction between the United States and North Korea, as they attempt to implement on Kim's June 12 agreement to "work toward complete denuclearisation".
  • Indonesia quake: almost 500 hikers evacuated from volcano

    Indonesia quake: almost 500 hikers evacuated from volcano

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    The Lombok quake killed 16 people and destroyed hundreds of buildings. The practice to apply such a procedure, which was initiated in Bali in response to the volcano eruption event, resulted from a meeting of provincial hotels and restaurants owners representatives, travel agents, tourism marketing and convention center association officials shortly after the quake jolted the island.
  • New fire erupts in Northern California; homes threatened

    New fire erupts in Northern California; homes threatened

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    The Mendocino National Forest within the boundaries of Lake County, Lake Pillsbury Basin and surrounding areas. A fire that struck Tuesday afternoon in Mendocino County continued to burn unchecked Wednesday morning, estimated at 1,000 acres, according to Cal Fire.
  • President claims ID is needed to buy groceries

    President claims ID is needed to buy groceries

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    The president's comments saw him branded out of touch on Twitter, with one user called Gayla writing: 'You need an ID to buy groceries? Shoppers do need IDs to buy alcohol, some medicines and cigarettes. Trump said the fact that North Korea was starting to return the remains of American dead from the 1950s Korean War and that there had been no nuclear or missile tests were offshoots of the summit.
  • Paul Manafort trial is first court test for special counsel Robert Mueller

    Paul Manafort trial is first court test for special counsel Robert Mueller

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    Mueller's team is expected to have up to 35 people testify in the Virginia trial, including former Manafort business partner and Trump campaign deputy Rick Gates. "It seems to me we're seeing deeper ties that Manafort has had financially with his business deals in the Ukraine and with Russian Federation", said Shanlon Wu, a former lawyer for Manafort associate Rick Gates, who pleaded guilty in February and is aiding Mueller's probe.