• Trump Approves Suspension Order of Separating Families
Trump Approves Suspension Order of Separating Families

Then, in a barely concealed and cynical attempt at self-preservation, he added: "I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated". The text of the executive order said the Trump administration would continue its policy of "rigorously" enforcing immigration laws, but would "maintain family unity, including by detaining alien f...

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  • Giuliani tells Trump campaign manager to 'keep quiet' after Sessions rant
Giuliani tells Trump campaign manager to 'keep quiet' after Sessions rant

They are processed through what is essentially church court within the Methodist community. Though the Flores settlement requires the government to release children from detention without delay, generally within 20 days , the process can get held up.

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  • Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gives birth to a baby girl
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gives birth to a baby girl

Ms Ardern is one of very few elected leaders to have give birth while in office . Ms Ardern, who refused to discuss plans for motherhood during the election campaign, waited until January to reveal on Facebook she had conceived and was going to be "prime minister and a mum".

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  • Donald Trump & Immigrant Child Featured On Time Magazine's Latest Cover
Donald Trump & Immigrant Child Featured On Time Magazine's Latest Cover

The accompanying story to the cover by Karl Vick, titled "A Reckoning After Trump's Border Separation Policy: What Kind of Country Are We? " describes the way that Trump is changing the perception of what America is, not just for Americans, but also for the world.

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  • Governor rule imposed in India-occupied Kashmir
Governor rule imposed in India-occupied Kashmir

If @rammadhavbjp is true to his word that there is no question of horse trading & clearly no new alliances are being formed then the assembly should be dissolved. The second was making announcement for a "unilateral" ceasefire during the Muslim holy month of Ramzan . The terrorists and the separatists increasingly got emboldened and violence esc...

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  • Prime Minister's Wife Indicted for Fraud
Prime Minister's Wife Indicted for Fraud

It is unclear when the trial will begin. If convicted, she could face a maximum sentence of five years in prison. The response asserted that the premiere's wife is not a public servant and was simply unaware of the appropriate procedures, as she apparently explained while subject to a lie detector test, adding that she did not even order the serv...

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  • North Korea thanks China for support with Trump summit
North Korea thanks China for support with Trump summit

North Korea's Kim Jong-un said he will work with China to secure "true peace" on Wednesday, as Beijing seeks to take the driving seat in fast-paced diplomacy over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons. But the precise number and the identities - including whether they are US or allied service members - won't be known until the remains are tested. "I was...

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  • Southgate tube explosion: Station closed after police called
Southgate tube explosion: Station closed after police called

A police statement confirmed that officers remain at the Southgate station and enquiries are " ongoing " to established the cause of the reported minor explosion. "Don't know too much except we have been told to stay inside", he said. Some accounts indicate that there was a tipoff of a suspicious package which was being investigated by the police...

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  • Woman shouting ‘Allahu akhbar’ stabs 2 in France supermarket
Woman shouting ‘Allahu akhbar’ stabs 2 in France supermarket

A cashier was also injured but hurt less seriously, French radio station Europe 1 reported. Police were searching her home. The attacker, who was dressed in black and wore a veil, was subdued by the supermarket staff and later handed over to the police.

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  • Facing broad backlash for separating children, Trump digs in - and lies
Facing broad backlash for separating children, Trump digs in - and lies

Trump administration officials have argued repeatedly in recent weeks that Democrats are responsible for the separation policy in an apparent reference to Congress' inability to pass an immigration bill that would provide funding for Trump's proposed border wall.

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  • Listen to children who've just been separated from parents at border
Listen to children who've just been separated from parents at border

Laura Bush , the former first lady of the USA, expressed her rejection of the policy. "It is not just that America is a nation of immigrants - it is that since our founding we have embraced certain core values". "When countries abuse us by sending people up - not their best - we're not going to give any more aid to those countries", he said...

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  • North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Visits China
North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Visits China

Analysts believe Kim is in China to brief Xi on the summit, seek economic assistance, as well as pay deference to Beijing, eager to emphasise its role in talks between North Korea, the US, and South Korea. Following the Kim-Trump summit, China hinted that some sanctions relief could be considered if North Korea takes denuclearization steps, and t...

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  • Trump orders tariffs on $200B more Chinese goods
Trump orders tariffs on $200B more Chinese goods

More American targets are likely to follow as soon as the Trump administration follows through with publishing an expanded tariff list. "Trump is betting that China understands they have more to lose in the tariff war because we import more from them than they do from us".

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  • Dozens Killed as Saudi-Led Forces Launch Yemen Port Strikes
Dozens Killed as Saudi-Led Forces Launch Yemen Port Strikes

The United Arab Emirates says it has started flying and sailing aid to Yemen's port city of Hodeida, where its troops in a Saudi-led coalition are fighting Shiite rebels. But in Yemen's protracted civil war, which has killed approximately 10,000 people and led to tens of thousands more deaths from sickness and starvation, global aid agencies ar...

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  • Pro-EU lawmaker in Britain's Conservative party: 'We could collapse government'
Pro-EU lawmaker in Britain's Conservative party: 'We could collapse government'

A leading Conservative has rejected a proposed compromise to Brexit legislation put forward by Theresa May in an attempt to avoid a rebellion by some of her own MPs. He said: "Theresa May has gone back on her word and offered an amendment that takes the meaning out of the meaningful vote". Rebels had originally wanted the amendment to say t...

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  • Japan natural disaster: Death toll climbs after 6.1 temblor strikes Osaka
Japan natural disaster: Death toll climbs after 6.1 temblor strikes Osaka

Most trains in the area have been stopped for the morning. Some commuters took refuge at nearby shelters instead of going home. The second man suffered injuries to his legs. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga ordered the Education Ministry to conduct nationwide safety checks of concrete block structures at public schools.

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  • Sheriff: At least 4 dead in Texas border crash
Sheriff: At least 4 dead in Texas border crash

Boyd told KSAT-12. KABB in San Antonio reported the driver was believed to be a US citizen, and had been transported to a hospital. "The vehicle rolled over a short distance later on highway 85 near Big Wells, resulting in multiple injuries and fatalities", the statement said.

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  • Strong quakes hit Japan, killing at least 2, and Guatemala
Strong quakes hit Japan, killing at least 2, and Guatemala

The 7:58 a.m. quake occurred at a depth of about 13 kilometers in the northern part of Osaka Prefecture, where it registered lower 6 on the Japanese seismic intensity scale of 7, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. The agency originally put the magnitude at 5.9 but later raised it to 6.1. All trains and subways across Osaka city were halted, ...

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  • Trump's Former Campaign Manager Jailed
Trump's Former Campaign Manager Jailed

Donald Trump called the decision " very unfair " in a tweet sent on Friday, in which he incorrectly referred to the pre-trial detention as a 'tough sentence'. Manafort has repeatedly declared his intention to fight the charges in both jurisdictions, with his lawyers saying that he is being wrongly prosecuted for financial activities that hav...

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  • Daytona Beach roller coaster derails, drops 2 riders 30 feet; 6 injured
Daytona Beach roller coaster derails, drops 2 riders 30 feet; 6 injured

Eight others had to be pulled to safety above the Daytona Beach Boardwalk . The cause of the accident on the Sand Blaster coaster on the Daytona Beach Boardwalk is under investigation. The back vehicle - which held two other riders - remained on the track, the fire department added. According to the News-Journal , a group of teens who rode...

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  • Technology helps France beat Australia
Technology helps France beat Australia

France's Paul Pogba challenges for the ball with Australia's Jackson Irvine during the group C match between France and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Kazan Arena in Kazan, Russia, Saturday, June 16. Coach van Marwijk said his first reaction was that it was not a penalty but preferred to talk about the pride he had in his pl...

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  • Upskirting likely to become criminal offense in UK
Upskirting likely to become criminal offense in UK

Asked about Chope's role in the matter, she said: "What is important is how we respond to the legislation that was going to be there". Frazer had called upskirting "a disgusting invasion of privacy which leaves victims feeling degraded and distressed".

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  • Trade tariffs: Chinese media in Trump 'fools build walls' jibe
Trade tariffs: Chinese media in Trump 'fools build walls' jibe

The EU, along with Canada and Mexico , will impose retaliatory tariffs on USA goods, and file dispute settlement cases with the World Trade Organization in Geneva. "This move is not only damaging bilateral interests but also undermining the world trade order". The first wave of tariffs will total $34bn and take effect on July 6, with anot...

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  • UN General Assembly Plurality Supports U.S.-Sponsored Amendment Condemning Hamas
UN General Assembly Plurality Supports U.S.-Sponsored Amendment Condemning Hamas

With a significant majority, 120 countries voted in favor of the resolution, 45 abstained, and 7 joined Israel in voting against it: the United States, Australia, Togo, the Marshall islands, Solomon Islands, Micronesia and Nauru. "Given that extremists will continue the fight, Israel reserved the right to carry out in the region of the so-called "p...

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  • National Weather Service confirms 2 Pennsylvania tornadoes
National Weather Service confirms 2 Pennsylvania tornadoes

Storefronts are barely recognizable and parts of roofing, concrete blocks and other debris were scattered throughout the parking lot of this business community. "That's a concern. But we are lucky no one was seriously hurt", Pedri said. The tornado in Wilkes-Barre Township was rated an EF-2 on the enhanced Fujita scale and had an estimated maxi...

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