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Funeral set for US student freed from N. Korea

CINCINNATI (AP) - A public funeral service is planned Thursday at a high school attended by a 22-year-old college student who was held for almost a year and a half in North Korea and died shortly afte...

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McCain: Americans 'stupid' to travel to North Korea

McCain: Americans 'stupid' to travel to North Korea

Warmbier's family released a statement saying Otto "was at peace". The University of Virginia student died Monday. The United States flew two supersonic bombers over the Korean Peninsula on Tu...

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Trump Lawyer Contradicts Trump Tweet, Stumps Sunday Beltway Hosts

Trump Lawyer Contradicts Trump Tweet, Stumps Sunday Beltway Hosts

Over on NBC's Meet the Press , Todd asked Sekulow why the president should be "afraid" of an investigation into Russian election-tampering if, in fact, the president is innocent of any collusion. "It...

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U.S. confirms high-level visit to N. Korea behind student's release

U.S. confirms high-level visit to N. Korea behind student's release

He was convicted in March 2016 and sentenced to 10 years hard labor, about a week after Warmbier's conviction - both sentences were handed down shortly after the USA had levied steeper sanctions aga...

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Zarif hails Iran's missile attack on ISIS

Lavrov said that the hotline has been efficient in the past, noting that "it's quite crowded both on the ground and in the air". Israel also remains concerned about Iran's missile launches and has...

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USA coroner investigating death of student freed from N Korea

USA coroner investigating death of student freed from N Korea

He was salutatorian of his 2013 Wyoming High School class before attending the University of Virginia. The U.S. government accuses North Korea of using such detainees as political pawns. A month earli...

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Most Expensive House Race in US History Comes Down to the Wire

Both candidates have reported receiving threats, prompting heightened security in the final days of the race. The young Jon Ossoff , in particular, captured their attention, and he was immediately ch...

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Surrey Police 'reviewing security' following latest London terror attack

Surrey Police 'reviewing security' following latest London terror attack

Osborne was initially arrested for attempted murder and later further arrested for the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism including murder and attempted murder. British Security Minis...

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Congressional Baseball Game Ticket Sales Soar Following Shooting

Congressional Baseball Game Ticket Sales Soar Following Shooting

House of Representatives. Family members of Matt Mika say the MI native was shot multiple times in his chest and arm, and he remains in the intensive care unit in critical condition at George Was...

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Voters To Decide Closely Watched Georgia House Race 04:07 Download

Voters To Decide Closely Watched Georgia House Race 04:07 Download

Ossoff himself has raised $24 million so far. Ossoff hopes to maximize the district's Democratic base and pick up just enough independents and moderate Republicans who don't align with Trump. Her hu...

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Ward retains titles with TKO win

The fourth low blow doubled Kovalev over while the referee Ton Weeks suddenly stopped the fight not DQ'ing Ward but giving him the win. There's no standing eight count'. What started Kovalev's demise ...

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Maritime UK on Brexit Negotiations

Maritime UK on Brexit Negotiations

A year after Britons shocked the continent by voting on June 23 to cut loose from their main export market, new debate within Prime Minister Theresa May's Cabinet on precisely what kind of trading r...

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Clamping down, White House puts the 'brief' in its briefing

Clamping down, White House puts the 'brief' in its briefing

When asked if White House press secretary were a position she would be interested in, Ingraham laid out her qualifications but said she was "not sure" if press secretary were something she would b...

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Man dangles baby from window for Facebook 'likes'; gets jailed

Man dangles baby from window for Facebook 'likes'; gets jailed

He was arrested on Sunday (18 June) and appeared in court charged with endangering the baby's safety. The man held the child from a 15th-floor apartment, news site Al Arabiya reported . Articles sh...

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Weakened May begins Brexit talks

Weakened May begins Brexit talks

Michel Barnier , who hails from the Savoy region of the French Alps, started it when he used a Downing Street dinner with Theresa May in April to compare Brexit talks to a "hike in the mountains"....

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Whole Foods CEO calls Amazon buyout a

Whole Foods CEO calls Amazon buyout a "courtship"

The deal came together so rapidly - the companies signed a confidentiality agreement April 27 - that Amazon's strategy for the acquisition is still largely in the air, according to people familiar w...

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United States doctors dispute North Korean coma story

Fred Warmbier said the family did not believe North Korea's story, that their son had fallen into a coma after contracting botulism and being given a sleeping pill. The retired sports celebri...

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Vigils held in London to remember Finsbury Park attack

Vigils held in London to remember Finsbury Park attack

Theresa May visited Finsbury Park Mosque on Monday and met with community and faith leaders. Police guard a street in north London where the van hit pedestrians. The government is working to ...

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Dennis Rodman returns from N.Korea

Wearing black clothing with the PotCoin logo - a crypto-currency used by the legal marijuana industry - Rodman fended off questions from dozens of journalists at the arrival gate. The US Department of...

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People Worldwide Forced From Their Homes In Record Numbers In 2016

People Worldwide Forced From Their Homes In Record Numbers In 2016

The number of people uprooted within their own countries was down slightly previous year, as was the number of asylum seekers. Asylum seekers totalled 2.8 million by the end of past year, the Unit...

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Far-right leader Marine Le Pen wins seat in French parliament

Far-right leader Marine Le Pen wins seat in French parliament

The far-right Front National , which now has two seats in parliament, was predicted to win up to eight seats, better than its first-round showing had indicated. The loss has led to infighting betw...

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Qatari man to fly 4000 cows into country to maintain milk supplies

In a statement released on the state-run Qatar News Agency (QNA), Central Bank governor Sheikh Abdullah bin Saud Al-Thani dismissed concerns over liquidity levels. "Let's stop fooling ourselves". Al...

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Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind resigns

The NDA, including Sena and the PDP of Jammu and Kashmir, which also extended support to Kovind on Tuesday, commands the support of 48.93 per cent in the electoral college made up of MPs and MLAs. H...

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Finsbury Park imam: 'I'm no hero' for protecting mosque attacker

Eight were taken to hospital for treatment and one person died. The prime minister's decision to declare the incident a potential act of terrorism, and assertions by police that Darren Osborne may...

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BJP backs low-caste leader for president

With his illustrious background in the legal arena, Shri Kovind's knowledge and understanding of the Constitution will benefit the nation. He devoted his life to public service & worked for poor and m...

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Hamas: ISIS didn't kill female Israeli soldier

But Hamas , the Palestinian Islamist group that runs the Gaza Strip, dismissed the claim, saying the attackers had come from among its own ranks and the leftist Popular Front for the Liberation of ...

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Writing a bill in private not unusual — INSIDE WASHINGTON

Writing a bill in private not unusual — INSIDE WASHINGTON

The procedural move is a tactic the minority party can use to draw out the legislative process for days, forcing Republicans to jump through procedural hurdles to get anything done. 'I can't say I've ...

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USA sends supersonic bombers in show of force against N.Korea

Warmbier had not spoken or moved in any purposeful way since his return, a condition his doctors called "unresponsive wakefulness" also known as persistent vegetative state. Lakshmi Sammarco's (LAK'-s...

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White House urges tech CEOs to weigh in on modernizing gov't

At the first meeting of the American Technology Council - which the president established by executive order in May - Mr Trump stressed the need to "transform and modernise" the United States publ...

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Gulf Coast Flooding Concerns From

Gulf Coast Flooding Concerns From "Potential" Tropical Cyclone #3

If the storm continues on its westward track, less heavy rain will be expected through parts of Florida , but all areas from coastal Texas to Florida should stay alert through mid-week. Now, on ...

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Pakistan starts fencing of its border with Afghanistan

Pakistan starts fencing of its border with Afghanistan

The statement also said that new forts and border posts will be built to improve defense and surveillance along the frontier. Afghanistan does not recognize the Durand Line - a 2,640-kilometer (1,64...

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Squad video of Castile shooting expected to be made public

Squad video of Castile shooting expected to be made public

The shooting gained widespread attention because Castile's girlfriend livestreamed its gruesome aftermath on Facebook . Castile: "I'm... I'm... However, Kauser said in court that he believed Y...

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Ram Nath Kovind never said he follows BJP's ideology: Congress

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has selected a strong candidate. The presidential election is scheduled for July 17. Azad, who was attending an iftaar party held by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar an...

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Brexit talks get underway, fears of tight deadline for process

David Davis began negotiations yesterday. A year after its historic vote, Britain on Monday finally opened negotiations with the other 27 European Union nations about leaving the bloc, with the fin...

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US sends supersonic bombers in show of force against N. Korea

Most recently, it sent B-1B bombers in response to the ballistic missile tests the North conducted. According to an AP report , the supersonic bombers were displayed just one day after the death ...

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US sends supersonic bombers in show of force against N.Korea

US sends supersonic bombers in show of force against N.Korea

McCain, the chairman of the Armed Services Committee, said North Korea "murdered" Otto Warmbier, the 22-year-old American college student who died just days after North Korea released him from detenti...

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Kentucky Attorney General Sues Governor For Fourth Time

Kentucky Attorney General Sues Governor For Fourth Time

Bevin's spokespersons did not reply to an email from IL seeking comment on Beshear's lawsuit . "A governor does not have "absolute authority" over state boards and can not ignore, suspend and rewrite...

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Delhi govt approves installation of CCTV cameras in buses

Delhi govt approves installation of CCTV cameras in buses

The Delhi government on Tuesday approved installation of CCTV cameras in 6,350 DTC and cluster buses from Nirbhaya Fund at an estimated expenditure of Rs 140 crore. The issue of CCTV cameras in bu...

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US shoots down another pro-regime drone in Syria

The U.S. and Russian Federation both regularly intercept each other's aircraft, but are expected to follow an internationally recognized set of procedures when doing so in order to avoid accidental co...

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South Korea president criticizes North on death

President Donald Trump slammed the "brutality" of the North Korean regime and expressed his condolences to Warmbier's family. The organisers of Warmbier's trip say they will no longer take U.S. ...

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