• DJ Goldie may have accidentally revealed the identity of graffiti artist Banksy
DJ Goldie may have accidentally revealed the identity of graffiti artist Banksy

We can sell it now." he began, before adding "No disrespect to Rob (or Robert), I think he is a brilliant artist. Goldie then added: "No disrespect to [Rob/Robert], I think he is a brilliant artist". Journalist Craig Williams carried out a five-month investigation previous year and concluded that Del Naja was behind the movement. In September...

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  • GOP opposition puts Senate health care bill in jeopardy
GOP opposition puts Senate health care bill in jeopardy

Traditionally, Medicaid has operated as an entitlement with the federal government providing matching grants to states to cover the cost of caring for those who are eligible, no matter how expensive. "Don't touch Medicaid, save our liberty", the protesters chanted outside his office. A juror says after 52 hours of deliberations, two holdouts in B...

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  • TCU's Wymer stymies Louisville in 4-3 CWS win; Florida next
TCU's Wymer stymies Louisville in 4-3 CWS win; Florida next

In the first round, the Bucks have the 17th pick, and there are a number of variables that could decide who will be joining the team. A scrappy player and an elite defender, Showalter has come up clutch countless times for the Badgers and could fill needs on an National Basketball Association roster if given the chance.

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  • Arab states send Qatar 13 demands to end crisis, official says
Arab states send Qatar 13 demands to end crisis, official says

Qatar's government did not have any immediate reaction to the list. Saudi Arabia claimed in a recent statement that "Qatar has also supported the activities of the Iranian-backed terrorist groups in the Qatif province of Saudi Arabia and in neighboring Kingdom of Bahrain ".

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  • Hoeven not ready to weigh in on Senate health bill
Hoeven not ready to weigh in on Senate health bill

Trump has since called it " mean ", despite celebrating it at the Rose Garden with House Republicans . "Rather than starting from scratch-as senators promised-this latest version of the American Health Care Act is equally misguided and harsh as the House bill".

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  • Merkel says EU future more important than Brexit talks
Merkel says EU future more important than Brexit talks

British opposition parties have been urging the PM to make unilateral guarantees on the rights of European Union citizens, but the government is bent on getting a reciprocal deal for British expats first. "A lot of rules, the power in the European Union commission, a lot of people imposing rules but I don't think the British people know what will h...

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  • Muslim scholars condemn London terror attack
Muslim scholars condemn London terror attack

Scotland Yard said the attack unfolded while a man who had taken ill was receiving first aid from the public. A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said it is "too early to say" if the collision is a terror incident. just passing the road", she told CNN. This message was echoed by police, who said extra police had been deployed to reassure Mus...

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  • Fresh clashes in Darjeeling between police & GJM protesters
Fresh clashes in Darjeeling between police & GJM protesters

She said her government is ready to initiate a dialogue with the party but in a conducive environment. "In a democracy like India resorting to violence would never help in finding a solution". "But we have to prepare ourselves", he said. Referring to the CBI naming senior GJM leaders in the Akhil Bharatiya Gorkha League leader Madan Tamang '...

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  • United Nations human rights chief 'alarmed' by Gulf-led blockade against Qatar
United Nations human rights chief 'alarmed' by Gulf-led blockade against Qatar

The agreement is for the purchase of a number of F-15 fighter jets, a sale which the Pentagon says will ensure that Qatar has "state-of-the-art" defensive capabilities. The crews of the two vessels were received by Qatari navy officers, QNA said, citing the statement from the defence ministry. Kuwait's Emir said to the state news agency Kuna ...

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  • Paris Police Targeted Again In Suspected Terror Attack
Paris Police Targeted Again In Suspected Terror Attack

It has been reported that the suspected attacker was subject to an "S" file, meaning that authorities were at some point monitoring him for potential links to extremism. The Paris prosecutor's counter-terrorism unit said an investigation had been opened into the incident only a short walk away from the Elysee presidential palace and the U.S.

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  • Cuba: Trump To Curtail US Travel Spending
Cuba: Trump To Curtail US Travel Spending

US President Donald Trump will announce a significant rollback of former President Barack Obama's accord with Cuba by imposing travel and trade restrictions on the island nation, according to a new report . The promise helped Trump win support from hard-liners within south Florida's large Cuban American community, an important constituency...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation to detail findings on Congressional baseball shooting
Federal Bureau of Investigation to detail findings on Congressional baseball shooting

When the witness told him the team was Republicans, Hodgkinson stayed nearby. There was "no context included" with the list of names of members of Congress that was found on Hodgkinson, FBI officials said . Claire Sheriff's Department and the United States Capitol Police. Hodgkinson was down by 7:14 am. The victims included the House Majority ...

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  • Imagine! Lennon brings no peace, but discord at European Union summit
Imagine! Lennon brings no peace, but discord at European Union summit

Newer arrivals would be allowed to stay until they had amassed the necessary five years to qualify for settled status too. Red tape for permanent residency would be cut there would be a two-year grace period to avoid "cliff edge" misfortunes.

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  • Dems slam new Senate health care bill as 'meaner'
Dems slam new Senate health care bill as 'meaner'

The good news is they have a bill, and we look forward to the Senate passing their legislation so we can begin reconciling the differences with what we passed in May. And it would completely change the way Medicaid pays for health care. The program now gives states all the money needed to cover eligible recipients and procedures.

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  • Scalise Family: This Father's Day Has a Special Meaning
Scalise Family: This Father's Day Has a Special Meaning

After Scalise was shot in the hip , the bullet traveled through his pelvis, fractured bones and injured internal organs. Before that, he had been in critical condition since he was brought to the hospital in shock after the shooting. They were preparing for an annual bipartisan charity baseball game set to take place on Thursday night at Nationals...

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  • Senate Republicans Reveal Long-Awaited Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill
Senate Republicans Reveal Long-Awaited Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill

Democrats are united in opposition. She said she views the latest health care bill "un-American". Senate GOP bill: Also provides a pathway for states to seek benefit waivers. But he admits the new proposal includes cuts to Medicaid that would be delayed for several more years, longer than the previous health care proposal at the House level.

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  • United States shoots down another Iranian UAV over Syria
United States shoots down another Iranian UAV over Syria

The drone was thought to be armed and threatening US-led coalition troops on the ground, officials said. Coalition troops were working in the area alongside local forces who are being trained to fight the so-called Islamic State group. After announcing a temporary halt of all air operations in Syria earlier this week, the Australian Defence F...

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  • Australia suspends air ops as crisis escalates
Australia suspends air ops as crisis escalates

The Australian Defence Force (ADF), which includes about 780 personnel, including 300 service members working in its air group, has announced it would resume airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria and Iraq . The Bahraini cleric wrote religious justifications for the enslavement of thousands of women from Iraq's Yazidi minority and hel...

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  • House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is improving, hospital says
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is improving, hospital says

Three others were shot in addition to Scalise. It was early on the morning of June 14 when James T. He opened fire at the Republican congressional baseball team practice in Alexandria, Va., after asking another lawmaker whether the team practicing was a group of Republicans or Democrats.

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  • Baseball shooter had list of 6 names
Baseball shooter had list of 6 names

The morning of the shooting , on June 14 , Hodgkinson saw the baseball practice, asked a bystander, "Is this the Republican or Democrat baseball team?" to which the bystander said it was a Republican event. Hodgkinson, who was from IL but was living in Virginia at the time of the shooting, launched his attack carrying two weapons, a 7.62mm SKS ...

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  • Minnesota will still engage with Cuba despite Trump setback
Minnesota will still engage with Cuba despite Trump setback

Oscar Cantú, Bishop of Las Cruces. USA farm groups have been particularly critical of the decision by Trump, a Republican, to retreat from Democratic predecessor Barack Obama's opening toward Cuba , saying it could derail huge growth in agricultural exports that totaled $221 million previous year.

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  • Germany and France favourites to house London-based EU agencies post-Brexit
Germany and France favourites to house London-based EU agencies post-Brexit

The length of the grace period is also yet to be determined, but it is expected to be up to two years to allow people to regularise their status. Given the floor for 10 minutes at the end of a Brussels summit dinner, her first since she launched the two-year withdrawal process in March, May outlined five principles, notably that no European Un...

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  • List of demands on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, other Arab nations
List of demands on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, other Arab nations

The list was handed over to Qatar by Kuwait , which is mediating in the dispute. The list, compiled by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt and Bahrain as the price for ending the worst Gulf Arab crisis in years, also demands the closing of a Turkish military base in Qatar, the official told Reuters .

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  • Mother busy texting on Facebook while baby drowned
Mother busy texting on Facebook while baby drowned

When sheriff's deputies and Reno police arrived at Stuckey's home in the 1500 block of Reno Road, she told them she had left the baby alone only "for a couple minutes", officials said. Ms. Stuckey was arrested and charged with injury to a child and other children in the house were put into foster care.A GoFundMe has been set up for the family of ...

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  • United States emphasizes shared concerns over North Korea after China meeting
United States emphasizes shared concerns over North Korea after China meeting

On Tuesday, a USA official, who did not want to be identified, said U.S. spy satellites had detected movements recently at North Korea's nuclear test site near a tunnel entrance, but it was unclear if these were preparations for a new nuclear test - perhaps to coincide with high-level talks between the United States and China in Washington on Wed...

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  • Badminton: Srikanth, Praneeth enter Australia Open quarter-finals
Badminton: Srikanth, Praneeth enter Australia Open quarter-finals

Ashwini Ponnappa and Reddy N. Sikki brought some good news in the women's doubles category defeating the Australian pair of Hsuan-Yu Wendy Chen and Jennifer Tam 21-11, 21-13 in 29 minute match. The second game had a different face as Srikanth kept control on the game right from the beginning maintaining his lead over Praneeth. Earlier, on Sat...

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  • Macron vows full support of France for Mali after attack
Macron vows full support of France for Mali after attack

Among those saved Sunday were two Spaniards, two Dutch and two Egyptian nationals, according to Mali's security ministry. Malian soldiers later succeeded in entering the resort area, according to Commandant Modibo Traore, a spokesman for the Malian special forces in the former French colony.

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  • Otto Warmbier's family hid his Jewishness to aid negotiations with North Korea
Otto Warmbier's family hid his Jewishness to aid negotiations with North Korea

He was sentenced two months later to 15 years of hard labor for trying to steal an item bearing a propaganda slogan from his hotel, North Korea state media said. "While I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi & China to help with North Korea, it has not worked out". "It's a total disgrace what happened to Otto", Trump told reporter...

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  • New Trump Policy on Havana Regretful - Moscow
New Trump Policy on Havana Regretful - Moscow

However, President Trump is not rowing back on all parts of Obama's deal. Trump said the U.S. will not negotiate a new deal with Cuba until it releases the political prisoners it claims it does not have, turns over fugitives from American justice, hands over military criminals, respects freedom of assembly and expression and holds free and ...

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  • Presidential polls: Ram Nath Kovind files nomination in presence of PM Modi
Presidential polls: Ram Nath Kovind files nomination in presence of PM Modi

With the presidential elections approaching, Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir on Friday said that all sections of the society are satisfied with the nomination of Ramnath Kovind as the next leader of the nation, adding his selection is certain.

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  • Fil-Am sailor killed in Japan collision
Fil-Am sailor killed in Japan collision

Navy divers recovered the bodies after the severely damaged Fitzgerald returned to the fleet's home in Yokosuka, Japan, with assistance from tug boats. Most of the crew on the Fitzgerald was asleep when the collision occurred and big container ships like the Crystal are often lightly crewed and use an autopilot.

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  • ISIS-linked militants attack Philippines village, take hostages
ISIS-linked militants attack Philippines village, take hostages

Padilla confirmed that up to 30 hostages have been rescued . "They were taking advantage of the situation that we have a very lightly defended outpost and that they think our forces are elsewhere in the province", Padilla said. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the BIFF could not cause harm on the President because the group does not...

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  • Friend of former S.Korea leader jailed
Friend of former S.Korea leader jailed

A long-time friend of South Korea's disgraced ex-president, Choi had bribed professors to have her daughter admitted to Seoul's prestigious Ewha Woman's University and to receive good grades, despite a poor attendance record. Choi and Park have denied all charges against them. Also indicted in the trial is Lotte chairman Shin Dong-bin, a billio...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation denies CNN FOIA request for Comey's Trump memos
Federal Bureau of Investigation denies CNN FOIA request for Comey's Trump memos

Sen. Dianne Feinstein doesn't think former FBI Director James Comey's Senate testimony last week was conclusive - so she wants him to return to the Senate to answer more questions about his firing and about policies at the agency he once led.

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  • United States emphasizes shared concerns with China
United States emphasizes shared concerns with China

An estimated 2,000 people packed Wyoming High School , in Wyoming, Ohio, with more lining the streets, CNN reports . Many of them lined the street as the procession pulled out. But they found no evidence that he had contracted botulism, casting doubt on North Korea's claim that he fell into a coma after contracting botulism and taking a sleepin...

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