• Former general taking control at White House
Former general taking control at White House

Sean Spicer was filling the position of communications till Trump moved to appoint Mr. Scarammuci . Trump has made it clear, however, that he reserves the right to ignore advice on tweets . But you can't do it unless you get your personnel in place and that's been a real problem with this administration in terms of getting their personnel ...

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  • Ayesha Ahad's allegations are baseless: Hamza Shehbaz spokesperson
Ayesha Ahad's allegations are baseless: Hamza Shehbaz spokesperson

On Saturday, she addressed a press conference to demand that a parliamentary committee be formed for her case along the lines of the one proposed to probe Ayesha Gualai's allegations against Imran Khan. "I have requested the PTI to file another reference with the National Assembly speaker against Hamza on similar grounds", she said. He said such al...

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  • Typhoon Noru makes landfall at Wakayama prefecture in western Japan
Typhoon Noru makes landfall at Wakayama prefecture in western Japan

Wakayama is located on the Kii Peninsula in the Kansai region on Japan's Honshu island. Number of people for whom evacuation advisories were issued along a broad swathe of Kyushu island, according to the Fire and Disaster Management Agency.

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  • North Korea, sea-feud issues, delay Asean communiqué
North Korea, sea-feud issues, delay Asean communiqué

Wang Yi, who met his North Korean counterpart earlier, was speaking to reporters during a meeting of regional foreign ministers in Manila . North Korean and Chinese delegates talk in south Manila , Philippines. Wang said THAAD could not block the North's intercontinental missiles and added: "South Korea's security cannot be built on a foundatio...

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  • The accounting that explains why Donald Trump can't make Obamacare
The accounting that explains why Donald Trump can't make Obamacare "implode"

GREENE: When it comes to continuing that discussion, let me just ask you, I mean, Senator Bernie Sanders not so long ago nearly sounded mocking of Republican efforts to, you know, repeal, replace the Affordable Care Act . "The ACA requires insurers to offer plans with reduced patient cost-sharing (e.g., deductibles and copays) to marketplace e...

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  • Former CNN conservative commentator Kayleigh McEnany joins Trump's
Former CNN conservative commentator Kayleigh McEnany joins Trump's "real news" initiative

McEnany signs off the video by taking a dig at the traditional media, which Trump has targeted during his campaign and administration. "Wow. Feels eerily like so many state-owned channels I've watched in other countries", wrote former U.S.

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  • Australia's ruling party meets to resolve gay marriage rift
Australia's ruling party meets to resolve gay marriage rift

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, finance minister Mathias Cormann said legislation could be reintroduced into the senate as early as this week. The result would then inform but not bind a Parliamentary vote. A group of moderates is expected to push for the party to give its MPs a conscience vote on the issue.

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  • US, North Korean neighbors step up campaign of isolation
US, North Korean neighbors step up campaign of isolation

All involved stressed that they saw the sanctions as a way to force North Korea to the negotiating table over its nuclear- and ballistic-missile weapons programs, but the successful implementation of this - or any - new sanctions on the country will rely nearly exclusively on China following through on its end.

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  • Mueller requests White House documents on Flynn
Mueller requests White House documents on Flynn

In a previous disclosure to House investigators Flynn reported receiving almost $68,000 in fees and expenses from Russia-related entities in 2015. It's also an indication that despite President Donald Trump's repeated statements warning Mueller not to investigate his finances or those of his family and associates, the investigation is including...

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  • How I Celebrate A Feminist Rakhi
How I Celebrate A Feminist Rakhi

A new range of platinum jewellery defines the many expressions of a brother's love for his sister, and is being launched on the festive occasion of Raksha Bandhan . A framed collage: A framed picture can never get out of fashion. So, All the sisters are getting ready with their Rakhies to knot the thread to her brother.

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  • BEST buses to stay off roads today as workers call strike
BEST buses to stay off roads today as workers call strike

The BEST administration issued a circular yesterday warning the employees of disciplinary action under the Maharashtra Essential Services Maintenance Act (MESMA) if they go on strike. Mumbai: Despite various negotiation meetings between all the involved parties, the BEST unions will go ahead with their proposed strike from Sunday midnight.

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  • Infant found dead in SUV when grandmother left her in vehicle
Infant found dead in SUV when grandmother left her in vehicle

It appears she thought she dropped the baby off before work, but in reality she never did. The grandmother forgot the four-month-old child was in the auto and left her there for hours while she was working. A distraught man and woman arrived near the parking lot of the Apple Creek Learning Center filled with flashing lights and crime tape, ...

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  • Gujarat MLAs return from Karnataka
Gujarat MLAs return from Karnataka

It would be "good for the party when Amit Shah wins Rajya Sabha election ", he said in an interview to the Zee Group, a statement said. Chotubhai Vasava, MLA of JD (U), has been saying that he will only support those who will give something to his constituency.

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  • Mbete to Announce Decision On Secret Ballot
Mbete to Announce Decision On Secret Ballot

National Assembly speaker Baleka Mbete will announce voting procedure in the no confidence motion on Monday. Parliament's livestream services will broadcast the announcement on DStv channel 408 and on its YouTube channel . Zuma faces the no confidence motion on August 8, the ninth time the opposition will have tried to unseat him by peeling off...

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  • Let's talk on Kashmir issue, says new Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif
Let's talk on Kashmir issue, says new Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif

Pakistan's newly appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs Khawaja Muhammad Asif said India is not responding in a positive manner to Pakistan's efforts to establish peace in the region, Pakistan newspaper Dawn reported on Monday. He said Pakistan had been fighting terrorism for the last many years and it was quite illogical to blame the country for...

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  • Trump Eyes Stephen Miller To Replace Scaramucci as WH Communications Director
Trump Eyes Stephen Miller To Replace Scaramucci as WH Communications Director

Miller , who already serves as Trump's chief speechwriter and policy adviser, is being pitched by his allies as someone who understands Trump and should have more control over how the president's agenda is being promoted, the officials added, requesting anonymity to discuss personnel.

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  • Ex-war crimes prosecutor quits panel probing Syria abuses
Ex-war crimes prosecutor quits panel probing Syria abuses

Security Council, have consistently blocked meaningful action. A veteran global prosecutor announced she plans to quit the United Nations commission investigating human rights abuses in Syria because of the worldwide community's inaction when it comes to the bloodshed in the country.

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  • Amarnath yatra attack was about oneupmanship between warring Lashkar factions
Amarnath yatra attack was about oneupmanship between warring Lashkar factions

He said the trio had also provided shelter to the four militants in Khudwani and Sriguffwara in south Kashmir. "There was a yatri vehicle that day (which was crossing the stretch) so they attacked it". The attack was planned for July 9 but that day there was no isolation of CRPF or Yatri vehicle, said by IGP. "If, at the time of the incident, a C...

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  • Locals questioning theory that sea lice responsible for 'eating' teen's legs
Locals questioning theory that sea lice responsible for 'eating' teen's legs

Although a similar sea lice attack on another teenage boy was reported at a nearby beach in 2015, Dr. Poore said sea lice lived all over the world: "It's not an Australian thing". "I've been doing this for coming on 20 years now and I've never seen anything like this", he said. Sam Kanizay was sore from playing football and made a decision ...

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  • United Nations backs 'toughest' N'Korea sanctions
United Nations backs 'toughest' N'Korea sanctions

It also bans countries from bringing in more North Korean laborers and prohibits any new joint ventures with North Korea or new investments in current joint ventures. The South China Sea chapter in the latest draft communique, a negotiated text subject to changes, is a watered-down version of one issued in Laos previous year.

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  • North Korea calls offer of talks from the South 'insincere'
North Korea calls offer of talks from the South 'insincere'

They also urged North Korea to fully comply with UN Security Council resolutions, and reiterated support for the "complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula in a peaceful manner". US President Donald Trump says he's spoken with South Korean President Moon Jae-in (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File). Moon was also cited ...

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  • Kono, Japan's new foreign minister, tackles North Korea issues during ASEAN debut
Kono, Japan's new foreign minister, tackles North Korea issues during ASEAN debut

The new resolution prohibits United Nations member states from buying coal, iron ore and other key commodities from North Korea. The annual security dialogue draws in 27 countries, including North and South Korea, the United States, China and Russian Federation.

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  • Muslim rioters, Israeli police clash after government lifts security measures
Muslim rioters, Israeli police clash after government lifts security measures

But aside from a few hotspots where Palestinian protestors briefly clashed with Israeli officers, serious violence did not recur. The worshippers re-entered the holy site, known to Jews as the Temple Mount , for prayers after about two weeks of protests that forced Israeli authorities to lift all security arrangements at the mosque.

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  • China appeals for new North Korea talks
China appeals for new North Korea talks

West Coast. China's foreign minister told his North Korean counterpart in a meeting Sunday to stop carrying out intercontinental missile tests. And in response, the council is going after its finances. "Our goal is to bring all parties involved in the nuclear issues back to the negotiation table". "If it believes it is only North Korea rather tha...

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  • Gujarat Legislators To Start Returning Tomorrow From Bengaluru Hideaway
Gujarat Legislators To Start Returning Tomorrow From Bengaluru Hideaway

Senior Congress leader and MLA Shaktisinh Gohil said that BJP can not threaten any MLA and horse trading is not possible with those who are with them. Patel has been a Rajya Sabha member since 1993 and he is trying for his fifth re-election in the Upper House this year. Congress spokesperson Shaktisinh Gohil told ANI: "All of us are united, B...

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  • China urges N Korea to halt nuclear tests as global pressure mounts
China urges N Korea to halt nuclear tests as global pressure mounts

Mr. Tillerson also met with his South Korean counterpart Sunday and A White House official said South Korean President Moon Jae-in had asked to speak with Mr. US and Chinese officials don't exactly see eye-to-eye on the prospect of such negotiations. "Do not violate the UN's decision or provoke worldwide society's goodwill by conducting missile lau...

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  • China calls for halt to US THAAD deployment in S.Korea
China calls for halt to US THAAD deployment in S.Korea

If anything, though, China has grown increasingly frustrated with the Trump administration, deflecting blame for the crisis to North Korea and the U.S. "The Chinese side urged the North Korean side to calmly handle the resolutions the U.N. Security Council just made toward North Korea and to not do anything unbeneficial toward the worldwide c...

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  • Toyota, Mazda invite USA states to compete for a rich prize
Toyota, Mazda invite USA states to compete for a rich prize

The Nikkei daily reported the two firms were closing in on a capital partnership to pave the way for the possible establishment of a joint-venture United States auto plant and joint development of key electric vehicle technologies. While Toyota and Mazda will also be working on developing information technologies for in vehicle features along with ...

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  • War on ISIS has likely killed at least 624 civilians
War on ISIS has likely killed at least 624 civilians

He was the part of ISIS' network, he used to encourage others to take the same destructive actions, using the homemade explosives he instructed the lone wolf attacks across the globe. - One civilian was killed during a strike on an ISIS headquarters near Deir al-Zour, Syria, on May 10. Ramadani was responsible for actively planning external terror ...

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  • Marc Marquez dominates Brno race to extend MotoGP title lead
Marc Marquez dominates Brno race to extend MotoGP title lead

While it was a dominant victory for Marquez, it didn't come easy - as tricky conditions and a poor option of starting tyres saw him drop from pole position into 8th on the second lap, as his soft wet rear tyre was a poor choice for the drying track.

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  • Three teens in stolen auto die in Palm Harbor
Three teens in stolen auto die in Palm Harbor

August 6. An 18-year-old and a 16-year-old were arrested in the second auto. When the SUV got to the intersection of US Highway 19, it struck a auto that was traveling northbound. Kids aged 14, 15, and 16 steal cars, go joyriding, use the cars so they can go elsewhere in the county to break into other vehicles, and then play cat and mouse.

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  • Aust backs United Nations sanctions on North Korea
Aust backs United Nations sanctions on North Korea

The sanctions ban countries from buying North Korean coal, iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood. It also bans new joint ventures with North Korea . "The more the Trump gang strives to break out of today's quagmire, the more our military and people get aroused, giving more reasons for the (North Korean) republic to own nuclear weapons", the...

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  • UN Approves New North Korea Sanctions Over Missile Tests
UN Approves New North Korea Sanctions Over Missile Tests

Typically, they agree sanctions on North Korea before formally involving other council members. The resolution imposed a blanket ban on North Korean exports of coal, iron and iron ore, also putting restrictions on its overseas sales of lead, seafood and workforce.

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  • White House: Trump 'not discussing' firing Mueller
White House: Trump 'not discussing' firing Mueller

Christie said Mueller, who was director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation when Christie was a United States attorney, is a "good man" who would try not to overstep his mandate - although that was always a concern with special counsels, he added, because they might try to produce results to justify their appointments.

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  • Amber Alert issued for taken 1-year-old girl
Amber Alert issued for taken 1-year-old girl

Three additional children have now been added to the Amber Alert: 12-year-old Bryant, 9-year-old Bailey and 8-year-old Braddock Schivers. You might also be interested in. "Her mother, Tara Springfield is described as a white woman, 37-years-old, 5'6" tall, weighing 140 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eys. Springfield and Schivers are believed ...

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