• Japan: Missing US sailors found dead in Fitzgerald destroyer
Japan: Missing US sailors found dead in Fitzgerald destroyer

Joseph Aucoin , 7th Fleet commander, as were two other sailors who were medevaced. Following the collision the US Navy's 7th Fleet said five sailors were injured and seven sailors were missing . All 20 Filipino crew members aboard the ship are safe and it has set up a task force to deal with the accident, the company said, according ...

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  • What's next for the Bill Cosby sex assault case?
What's next for the Bill Cosby sex assault case?

Two have brought claims against the 79-year-old entertainer for sexual assault . "It's too early to celebrate, Cosby". A U.S. judge has declared a mistrial in the sexual-assault case of comedian and celebrity Bill Cosby after a jury said it was deadlocked following more than 52 hours of deliberations.

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  • The US military just shot down another Syrian drone
The US military just shot down another Syrian drone

The U.S. also shot down an Iranian made drone over Syria on June 8. Russian Federation backs Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, whom Iran also supports, while the USA -led coalition is aligned with groups that oppose the Assad regime and ISIS .

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  • Pakistan's foreign ministry confirms downing of Iran drone
Pakistan's foreign ministry confirms downing of Iran drone

The UAV was shot down in Balochistan's Panjgur district along the Pak-Iran border. Zakaria says Pakistani authorities have shared the information with Iran about striking down the drone. Pakistan officials lodged a strong protest with the Iranian border officials and a flag-meeting has been called on Tuesday to resolve the matter as this is the...

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  • Nobody wants to replace Sean Spicer
Nobody wants to replace Sean Spicer

Once more freewheeling exchanges, White House press briefings have been shrinking both in length and content as Trump's senior aides clamp down on information and contend with the president's preference for speaking directly to his fan base.

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  • Cindy brings tornado threat to Gulf Coast
Cindy brings tornado threat to Gulf Coast

Just how much rain will depend on the exact track of Cindy and its strength when it gets here. Localized flooding already was reported in Louisiana in parts of St. Regardless of the official classification and exact path, the greatest impacts from the storm will be torrential rainfall and the risk of major flooding in the Deep South and other p...

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  • Mike Pence hires a personal attorney as Russian Federation probes heat up
Mike Pence hires a personal attorney as Russian Federation probes heat up

He was also the USA attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia during former President George W. Bush's administration. Cullen also has prosecution experience on the state level, serving as Virginia attorney general from 1997 to 1998.

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  • US shoots down drone close to Iraqi-Syrian border: statement
US shoots down drone close to Iraqi-Syrian border: statement

A US fighter jet shot down a pro-regime drone in southern Syria near the border with Iraq . A US warplane on Tuesday shot down an armed drone linked to Syrian regime forces, the latest in a series of clashes between USA -backed forces and the regime of Bashar Assad that risks drawing American forces deeper into the conflict.

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  • Conflict leaves 65.6 million people displaced in 2016
Conflict leaves 65.6 million people displaced in 2016

Most of those people-40.3 million-were displaced but still living within their own countries, per a new report by the United Nations refugee agency . Within this appeal, UNICEF operations require almost $50 million in 2017 as well as $30 million each year from 2018-2020 to provide critical health, nutrition, water and sanitation, education, earl...

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  • CNN's Jim Acosta Chides White House for 'Suppression of Information'
CNN's Jim Acosta Chides White House for 'Suppression of Information'

However, the White House announced Tuesday morning that Spicer would hold an on-camera briefing later in the afternoon. "We've been seeking input from individuals as far as ideas that they have and we've been meeting with potential people that may be of service to this administration", Spicer said.

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  • Failed Brussels attack could have caused widespread casualties - authorities
Failed Brussels attack could have caused widespread casualties - authorities

The office also said that police who raided the Moroccan man's home found "chemicals and material that can be used to make explosives". The suspect came from Molenbeek and was carrying a bomb armed with nails and gas canisters, officials said.

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  • GJM offers 12-hour 'window' to schools to evacuate students
GJM offers 12-hour 'window' to schools to evacuate students

The indefinite bandh in the Darjeeling hills will continue until security forces are withdrawn, a GJM-sponsored all-party meeting decided yesterday. "They have to withdraw security forces - both the state, central and all repressive forces". The tripartite agreement paving the way for the setting up of the GTA, an elected body for the Darjeeli...

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  • Michigan airport evacuated after police officer injured
Michigan airport evacuated after police officer injured

Officials on Wednesday evacuated an airport in Flint, Michigan, where a witness said he saw an officer bleeding from his neck and a knife nearby on the ground. The FBI is the lead agency responding to the stabbing, according to state police. Bishop International Airport posted Wednesday on Facebook that the officer was hurt but offered no details...

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  • Brussels attacker identified as Moroccan unknown to authorities as terror suspect
Brussels attacker identified as Moroccan unknown to authorities as terror suspect

Authorities have not said if that person is alive. Investigators believe the device was badly prepared. The official did not elaborate on what kind of explosive was used. However, police have said that there was no casualty after from that of the suspect. Belgian press reported that the terrorist comes from Molenbeek, one of Brussels 19 mun...

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  • Belgian troops shoot man after Brussels station blast, police say
Belgian troops shoot man after Brussels station blast, police say

The Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel thanked Belgium's soldiers, security personnel and staff of the country's railway services on Twitter "for their professionalism and their courage". The outcome could have been far worse, Van Der Sypt said, adding that the man's suitcase contained nails and gas canisters. 'He did not wear a belt with ex...

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  • Shiv Sena confirms supports for Ram Nath Kovind as President
Shiv Sena confirms supports for Ram Nath Kovind as President

Patil defeated NDA candidate and Vice President B.S. Shekhawat. The Prime Minister said that Kovind will make an exceptional President and continue to be a strong voice for the poor, downtrodden and marginalised. Meanwhile, Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee didn't seem happy with the Kovind's cand...

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  • Long stretch of Gulf Coast eyes Tropical Storm Cindy
Long stretch of Gulf Coast eyes Tropical Storm Cindy

Tropical Storm Cindy is expected to start moving toward Louisiana soon as it dumps rain on the Gulf Coast through Thursday . A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect from San Luis Pass, TX, to the Alabama-Florida border. This system is now forecast to develop into a tropical storm by Tuesday . It was stationary much of the day Tuesday but was ...

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  • Man Tasered by police outside mosque
Man Tasered by police outside mosque

He is a father of four children. He said, as some locals treated the injured in the early hours of Monday, others tried to punch and kick the attacker. "If you don't take him, God forbid, he might be seriously hurt". "That's all that we did". While there is no official confirmation of how many people have been injured, the police and the Ambu...

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  • Family declines autopsy for USA student released by North Korea
Family declines autopsy for USA student released by North Korea

The Warmbier family's "objection to an autopsy was honoured ", the office said, according to the report. The coroner's office also said it had reviewed medical records from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and the air ambulance service that helped bring the 22-year-old Warmbier from Pyongyang to Cincinnati after 17 months.

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  • Saudi King appoints son as crown prince
Saudi King appoints son as crown prince

A peaceful separation after allegiance between Mohammed bin Salman and Mohammed bin Nayef. Falling oil values over the past couple of years have pushed the Kingdom's budget deficit to record high levels and forced rulers to slash spending and raise taxes.

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  • Palestinian killed upon stabbing attack at Israeli soldiers
Palestinian killed upon stabbing attack at Israeli soldiers

Trump has described a peace agreement between the Israelis and the Palestinians as "the ultimate deal " and made it a priority since taking office: he's received both Netanyahu and Abbas in the White House and visited the region last month.

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  • Sports Minister: Seoul Mulls Co-Hosting 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics With N Korea
Sports Minister: Seoul Mulls Co-Hosting 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics With N Korea

South and North Korea are still formally at war, as no peace treaty was ever signed after the Korean War of 1950-1953. The survey also showed that among the respondents, 8.9 percent said they would go and see the games and among the individual events, 39 percent are interested in short track events, 31.4 percent in the opening ceremony, 29.8 perc...

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  • Donald Trump says China efforts on N.Korea 'have not worked out'
Donald Trump says China efforts on N.Korea 'have not worked out'

Last week Mr Warmbier's family said they had been told their son was given a sleeping pill following his trial in March 2016 and had never woken up. Trump announced Monday that Warmier has died . "Our deepest condolences are with Otto's family and friends", said U.S. Rep. Trump's statement, delivered in an nearly cavalier tweet on Tuesda...

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  • KEAM 2017 rank list declared; check at www
KEAM 2017 rank list declared; check at www

Aspirants can check more details from the following article. The trial allotment will be published on June 27 and the first allotment will be available on CEE website on June 30. The number includes 72,440 as qualified. Shafil had earlier secured the eighth rank in the all-India JEE (Advanced) exam for admission to various engineering colleges, inc...

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  • Kushner arrives to try for Israeli-Palestinian breakthrough
Kushner arrives to try for Israeli-Palestinian breakthrough

The woman was arrested Wednesday morning after telling Israel's Kan national broadcaster in an interview that she was proud of her son and that she wanted him to kill "20, 50, 100 of them", referring to the Israeli security forces in Jerusalem .

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  • Mourinho Accused Of €3.3m Tax Fraud
Mourinho Accused Of €3.3m Tax Fraud

Jose Mourinho has denied wrongdoing after new tax fraud claims. Ronaldo is accused of defrauding Spanish authorities of 14.7 million Euros (12.95 million Pounds) between 2011 and 2014 and will now testify on July 31, reports The Independent .

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  • Newt Gingrich Says 'Pugnacious' Donald Trump Has 'Compulsion' To Counterattack
Newt Gingrich Says 'Pugnacious' Donald Trump Has 'Compulsion' To Counterattack

The debate over whether Trump is under investigation is silly at this point. In a statement , Ms Gorelick said that after the appointment of the special counsel , she advised Mr Kushner "to obtain the independent advice of a lawyer with appropriate experience as to whether he should continue with us".

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  • China talks focusing on North Korean threat
China talks focusing on North Korean threat

China's activities in the South China Sea also are expected to be raised at the meeting. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said on Tuesday that China will work with the United States for positive results at the diplomatic and security dialogue.

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  • US fighter jet shoots down Syrian drone
US fighter jet shoots down Syrian drone

During that incident, the drone dropped a single munition near USA -backed forces. On Sunday, for the first time during the conflict in Syria , the USA shot down a Syrian jet near Raqqa after the aircraft dropped bombs near the us -allied Syrian Democratic Forces, a group that is battling the Islamic State .

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  • Warmbier's travel agency stops taking Americans to N. Korea
Warmbier's travel agency stops taking Americans to N. Korea

The statement says the office has reviewed medical records and talked extensively with his treating physicians. But plans changed after the coroner's office decided at the family's urging not to conduct an autopsy , instead limiting its examination to an external analysis of Warmbier's remains and review of his records, Zornes said.

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  • In Bogota a bomb exploded in a shopping center
In Bogota a bomb exploded in a shopping center

President Juan Manuel Santos has ordered the police to direct the investigation into the attack, and expressed his "solidarity with the victims". Officials say nine more people have injuries from Saturday's blast at the upscale Centro Andino in the heart of Bogota's tourist district.

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  • Bodies found on 'ripped' United States destroyer
Bodies found on 'ripped' United States destroyer

Commander of U.S. Naval Forces Japan , Rear Adm. Greg Fenton, echoed the same message, saying, "Navy Region Japan and the shore enterprise are 100% committed to providing support to these families during this hard time". All three were in stable condition at the US Naval Hospital, said Cmdr. "A number of sailors' bodies that were missing ...

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  • Wyoming Area grad's cut speech grabs national attention
Wyoming Area grad's cut speech grabs national attention

Graduation speeches are looked over by the school district in advance to avoid such an incident, but Butera chose to freelance when he veered into criticism of the school administration, according to school district superintendent Janet Serino.

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  • Coroner still probing death of USA student held by N. Korea
Coroner still probing death of USA student held by N. Korea

I was taken aback by something Fred Warmbier said the other day. Offering condolences on Monday, the president vowed "to handle" the isolated communist nation. "But you also don't want to allow for blackmail...by giving North Korea an incentive to detain Americans in order to prevent us from carrying out policies North Korea wouldn't like".

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  • Ange Postecoglou tells Socceroos not to consider Germany as a weakened opposition
Ange Postecoglou tells Socceroos not to consider Germany as a weakened opposition

I didn't come here to lose games". Thus far, the Socceroos' coach has shown a complete unwillingness to waver from his all-out attacking ethos. Australia pressed forward to salvage at least a point from the game but Germany held on to claim the hard-fought win.

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