May shuns Trumps brutal suggestion to ‘sue The EU’, while Trump decides not to comment any further

May shuns Trumps brutal suggestion to ‘sue The EU’, while Trump decides not to comment any further

US President Donald Trump told British Prime Minister Theresa May she should sue the European Union rather than negotiate with them, she claimed on Sunday. According to May, Trump self-declared a “brutal” option in the Brexit negotiations which was apparently to sue Brussels. Moreover, she shedding light on his mysterious...

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Thai-cave: 2 Australian divers granted with diplomatic immunity before rescue in case the operation failed

Thai-cave: 2 Australian divers granted with diplomatic immunity before rescue in case the operation failed

Two Australian divers who assisted the trapped young football team in a Thai cave obtained diplomatic immunity before the rescue in case it failed, national broadcaster reported Monday. The “Wild Boars” team were caught in the cave in northern Thailand for almost 18 days before Thai Navy SEALs and international...

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Climate change likely to result in nearly 38,000 worldwide deaths by 2030-2050

Climate change likely to result in nearly 38,000 worldwide deaths by 2030-2050

OSLO: Over a billion people are at risk due to lack of air conditioning and refrigeration to keep them cool and to allow them preserve food and medicines as global warming sets in and soars temperatures, a study revealed on Monday. Greater electricity demand for fridges, fans and other appliances...

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Muslims in China at threat: Little Mecca dreads eradication of Islam

Muslims in China at threat: Little Mecca dreads eradication of Islam

Green-domed mosques still dominate the skyline of China’s “Little Mecca”, but they have undergone an insightful change; no longer do boys flit through their stone courtyards en route to classes and prayers. In what locals told AP they fear is a measured and deliberate move to exterminate Islam, the atheist...

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Indian soldier killed, two others injured after open fire at security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag

Indian soldier killed, two others injured after open fire at security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag

Indian soldier killed, two others injured after terrorists open fire at security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag as the people of J&K celebrate Kashmir Martyrs’ Day.

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China: at least 19 deaths in explosion in chemical plant

China: at least 19 deaths in explosion in chemical plant

China says it wants to improve industrial safety and prevent serious accidents such as the explosion in a chemical store in Tianjin that killed 165 people in 2015. However, the tragedy is repeated. At least 19 people were killed and 12 others injured in an explosion at a chemical plant...

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The unstoppable advance towards the victory of Bashar al Assad in the war in Syria

The unstoppable advance towards the victory of Bashar al Assad in the war in Syria

Something different is being felt in Damascus. The center of the Syrian capital has hardly been damaged during the past seven years of war, unlike most of the suburbs, which are turned into rubble. But the sound of the war had accompanied the day to day of the city: aerial and...

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After celebrating Richard’s success mission of saving thai-cave victims, public mourns death of his father, offers sincere condolences

After celebrating Richard’s success mission of saving thai-cave victims, public mourns death of his father, offers sincere condolences

The father of a cave-diving Australian doctor died on Wednesday, shortly after his son played a prime role in rescuing a boys’ soccer team trapped in a cave for two weeks in northern Thailand. Anesthetist Richard Harris, who did the final medical checks of the 12 trapped boys and their...

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Japan flood tolls hits 199, search operations continue after the weather disaster afflicts parts of country

Japan flood tolls hits 199, search operations continue after the weather disaster afflicts parts of country

TOKYO: The toll in record rains that have devastated parts of Japan rose Thursday to 199, with dozens still missing, a top government spokesman said. Intense heat and water shortages raised fears of disease outbreaks in flood-hit western Japan as the death toll from the worst weather disaster in 36...

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Can Donald Trump take down NATO with his attacks on US allies in Europe?

Can Donald Trump take down NATO with his attacks on US allies in Europe?

President Donald Trump represents a challenge for the future of NATO. The NATO summit that will take place this Wednesday and Thursday in Brussels, Belgium, will be like no other. The difference is due in large part to a man: Donald Trump, who is visiting Europe. Under his supervision, periodic tensions between the...

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All 13 rescued from the flooded cave, celebrations will be tinged with sadness over the loss of life of a former Thai navy diver

All 13 rescued from the flooded cave, celebrations will be tinged with sadness over the loss of life of a former Thai navy diver

MAE SAI: All 12 boys and their football coach have been rescued from a Thai cave after an 18 day ordeal, the Thai Navy SEALs said in a Facebook post, adding they were “safe”. “All 12 ‘Wild Boars’ and coach have been extracted from the cave,” the post said, adding “all...

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Children rescued from Thailand are in good health

Children rescued from Thailand are in good health

The eight children rescued so far after spending two weeks trapped in a Thai cave are in good health, said the Ministry of Health of Thailand.      The health authorities of Thailand confirmed today (10.07.2018) that the eight children rescued so far after spending more than two weeks trapped in...

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Trump nominates conservative Kavanaugh as new Supreme Court judge

Trump nominates conservative Kavanaugh as new Supreme Court judge

Donald Trump nominated Conservative Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill the vacancy of Supreme Court justice opened after the retirement announcement of moderate right-winger Anthony Kennedy. The president of the United States, DonaldTrump, nominated today (09.07.2018) the conservative Brett Kavanaugh to occupy the post that will be vacant in the Supreme...

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China and Germany pledge to maintain trade-free ties

China and Germany pledge to maintain trade-free ties

BERLIN: Germany and China signed a raft of commercial accords worth some 20 billion euros ($23.51 billion) on Monday, with their leaders reiterating commitments to a multilateral global trade order despite a looming trade war with the United States. The deals, involving German industrial giants like Siemens, Volkswagen and BASF,...

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99-yr-old retired principal sexually assault 10-yr-old girl in Chennai

99-yr-old retired principal sexually assault 10-yr-old girl in Chennai

Chennai: A 99-year-old man, a father of seven children, was arrested in Chennai for allegedly sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl on Saturday. Accused, K Parasuraman, is a retired government school principal. Parasuraman had constructed five homes, next to his house and rented out. The girl lives with her family in one...

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At least 24 dead when derailing a train in Turkey

At least 24 dead when derailing a train in Turkey

At least 24 people were killed and about 318 injured on Sunday when a passenger train derailed in northwest Turkey.      Railway accident near Tekirdag, Turkey. (8.07.2018). This was confirmed on Monday (9.07.2018) sources of the Ministry of Health, cited by CNNTürk. Five wagons of a convoy with 368 passengers left...

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United States-North Korea, can the world sleep peacefully?

United States-North Korea, can the world sleep peacefully?

Can the world sleep well, as Trump said after meeting with Kim Jong-un? After all, Washington and Pyongyang are talking. But nothing is still clear about nuclear disarmament, says Peter Sturm.      For Donald Trump, everything was clarified on the night of June 12 in Singapore, as always happens, thanks to him. The...

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Children trapped in Thailand: this is the “extremely difficult” rescue operation for minors and their trainer

Children trapped in Thailand: this is the “extremely difficult” rescue operation for minors and their trainer

The rescue operation was launched on Sunday. “An extremely difficult task”. This is how Exbuzo and British ex-Rescuer Geoff Crossley defined the operation to rescue the 12 children and their trainer trapped in a cave in Thailand two weeks ago. The risky mission began on Sunday and four of the young...

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Malaysian PM denies false news of deporting Zakir Naik by Indian Media

Malaysian PM denies false news of deporting Zakir Naik by Indian Media

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said Friday a controversial Indian Islamic preacher allegedly wanted in his home country for terror-related activities and hate speech will not be sent back. Zakir Naik, a radical television preacher, reportedly left India in 2016 and subsequently moved to largely Muslim Malaysia, where he was...

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Is North Korea working secretly on its nuclear program?

Is North Korea working secretly on its nuclear program?

The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, begins this Friday a visit to North Korea where he will meet with Kim Jong-un among doubts about the real intentions of the North Korean regime. Is North Korea undermining the spirit of the Singapore summit with the United States? Some reports in...

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Japan: executed sect founder and attack brain in Tokyo subway

Japan: executed sect founder and attack brain in Tokyo subway

Shoko Asahara, leader of the Supreme Truth sect, was behind the Sarin gas attack on the subway in 1995 that left 13 dead. Six other members of the group were also executed. The founder of the Supreme Truth sect, Shoko Asahara, considered the mastermind of the deadly sarin gas attacks on...

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Diver dies in rescue tasks of children trapped in cave of Thailand

Diver dies in rescue tasks of children trapped in cave of Thailand

The man was placing oxygen tanks in the cave as part of the preparations for the rescue, but he lost consciousness when he tried to return. The authorities of Thailand confirmed today (06.07.2018) the death of a diver of rescue teams trying to rescue twelve children and an adult trapped...

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Female Saudi driver’s car deliberately set ablaze, further investigations underway

Female Saudi driver’s car deliberately set ablaze, further investigations underway

RIYADH: Saudi police are hunting for arsonists who torched a woman’s car, only a week after the kingdom lifted a decades-long ban on female motorists. Salma al-Sherif, a 31-year-old cashier based near the holy city of Mecca, told local media that her car had been purposely set ablaze this week...

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“It takes two for whatever you do, don’t steer car tariff into a ‘real trade war’,” Merkel warns Trump

“It takes two for whatever you do, don’t steer car tariff into a ‘real trade war’,” Merkel warns Trump

BERLIN: On Wednesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel cautioned US President Donald Trump against unleashing an all-out trade war after he threatened to impose steep tariffs on cars from the European Union. Both sides were already locked in a “trade conflict” since Trump’s decision to slap punitive tariffs on steel and...

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Thai cave boys ordeal not over yet, spotted alive and in good health even after 9 days

Thai cave boys ordeal not over yet, spotted alive and in good health even after 9 days

A new video of a youth football team trapped in the bowels of a Thai cave emerged Wednesday showing the boys laughing and saying they are well after their astonishing discovery by divers nine days after going missing. In a promising message to families waiting in agony outside, the Thai...

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Ferry sinking in Indonesia claims life of 29, rescue teams continue to hunt

Ferry sinking in Indonesia claims life of 29, rescue teams continue to hunt

JAKARTA: Nearly 29 people died after a ferry sank near Indonesia’s Sulawesi island, officials said on Wednesday, as rescue teams hunted for dozens of missing passengers a day after the country’s latest ferry disaster. Tuesday’s sinking came a few weeks after a congested ferry sank on Lake Toba, one of...

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‘Dead’ South African woman found alive in mortuary fridge

‘Dead’ South African woman found alive in mortuary fridge

JOHANNESBURG: A South African woman who paramedics had declared dead after a horrific car crash was later found alive in a mortuary fridge, emergency services said on Monday. Ambulance service Distress Alert confirmed that the unnamed woman had been certified dead by paramedics at the scene of the pile-up outside...

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Thailand: missing teen football team found alive for 9 days in a cave

Thailand: missing teen football team found alive for 9 days in a cave

The minors were located safe after spending 9 days inside the cave. “How many are you?” Asked a rescuer. – “13”, they responded. – “13? Excellent”. This was the first dialogue of a couple of British rescuers with the 12 teenagers and their football coach who were missing in a...

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Donald Trump, Justin Trudeau dig in for long trade fight over NAFTA

Donald Trump, Justin Trudeau dig in for long trade fight over NAFTA

U.S. President Donald Trump is laying the groundwork for a long trade battle with Canada, announcing he will not sign a new North American free-trade agreement ahead of the midterm elections in November. In an interview on Fox News on Sunday, Mr. Trump showed his displeasure with the results of...

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The world loses its forests faster than ever

The world loses its forests faster than ever

The last two years recorded the largest global loss of forest area. The tropical forests in South America and Central Africa are disappearing with alarming speed. Bad news for everyone.      Forests give us shelter, food, energy security and water. About 80 percent of the world’s animal and plant species are in the...

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Asad gains ground with his offensive in southern Syria

Asad gains ground with his offensive in southern Syria

Since the start of the Damascus offensive on Deraa, on June 19, at least 132 civilians have died.      Syrian government forces continued on Sunday (01.07.2018) their offensive in the southern province of Deraa, where the army of Damascus extended its control to 58% of the territory, thanks to an...

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EU leaders reach agreement on migration

EU leaders reach agreement on migration

After an exhausting session, the EU member countries finally agreed that the construction of new reception centers is voluntary.      After more than 12 hours of work, the leaders of the European Union gathered in Brussels reached, early this Friday (29.06.2018) an agreement on the issue of immigration, confirmed by...

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USA: attack against newspaper was motivated by “revenge”

USA: attack against newspaper was motivated by “revenge”

The Police gave details of the armed attack against the Capital Gazette, which left five dead and two injured in Maryland.      In a press conference held on Thursday (28.06.2018), Lieutenant Ryan Frashure, spokesperson for Anne Arundel County Police, explained that the attack on the Capital Gazette newspaper, the head newspaper of...

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Trump and Putin agree to hold bilateral summit

Trump and Putin agree to hold bilateral summit

The presidents of EE. UU and Russia, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, will soon hold a summit, the Kremlin reported at the end of a meeting in Moscow between Putin and US security adviser John Bolton.      Russian President Waldimir Putin receives US security adviser John Bolton (right) in Moscow Russian President...

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India the most dangerous country to be a woman, US ranks 10th in survey

India the most dangerous country to be a woman, US ranks 10th in survey

India is the most dangerous country in the world to be a woman because of the high risk of sexual violence and slave labor, a new survey of experts shows. The Thomson Reuters Foundation released its results Tuesday of a survey of 550 experts on women’s issues, finding India to be...

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Holland approves ban on burka and veil

Holland approves ban on burka and veil

The First Chamber (Senate) of Holland approved today (26.06.2018) by majority and after a debate of years a ban on the burka, the veils or helmets that cover the face. The Second Chamber (low) had approved the bill already in 2016. According to the law, burkas, veils and helmets that cover...

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US court orders immigrant children separated from their parents in 30 days

US court orders immigrant children separated from their parents in 30 days

The sentence, from a federal court in San Diego, imposes a term of 14 days for children under 5 years of age. However, it can still be appealed by the administration.      Honduran family waits on the Mexican side of the international bridge between Brownsville and Matamoros after being denied entry...

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Man stabs police officer in Japan, 2 confirmed dead

Man stabs police officer in Japan, 2 confirmed dead

On Tuesday, two people, including a policeman, were killed in Japan. According to officials, a man stabbed the officer and grasped his gun in a rare violent crime. A police spokesperson told AFP the attacker had stabbed the officer with what appeared to be a knife at a police station...

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Separating children from their parents: the cruel practice that the United States had done before in its history

Separating children from their parents: the cruel practice that the United States had done before in its history

Girls from the Omaha tribe forced to attend Carlisle School in Pennsylvania. In recent weeks, the United States’ immigration policy of separating children from their parents when they tried to seek asylum or illegally enter that country caused enormous global outrage. Although on June 20, President Donald Trump surprised to revoke...

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The unusual change in the propaganda of North Korea that no longer shows nuclear missiles targeting the United States

The unusual change in the propaganda of North Korea that no longer shows nuclear missiles targeting the United States

This poster asks for a relaxation to counteract “the danger of war” A sign of change is already seen in the streets of North Korea. And it is that in recent months, apparently, the famous propaganda of the most hermetic country in the world has been lowering its tone. Until recently,...

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Saudi Arabia: women take the wheel

Saudi Arabia: women take the wheel

Women in Saudi Arabia are about to drive legally for the first time. While the few who have licenses are excited, activists warn that the road to full rights will be long.      This Sunday (24.06.2018), the driving ban imposed on women will be part of the history of Saudi Arabia. Currently,...

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Erdogan wins presidential elections in Turkey

Erdogan wins presidential elections in Turkey

Erdogan had already claimed victory hours before the official result was released. “The people entrusted me with the presidency and the government,” he said, adding: “The message is clear.” The president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is the winner of the presidential elections held today (24.06.2018) in that country, announced the...

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KSA: Ride-hailing app introduces women drivers

KSA: Ride-hailing app introduces women drivers

RIYADH: Reem Farahat waited for a ride request. Her phone pinged. “I’ve already cried twice,” she said, heading out to work as one of Saudi Arabia’s first female drivers for the ride-hailing app ‘Careem’. The Dubai-based ride-hailing app, along with global behemoth Uber, reacted to Saudi King Salman’s September announcement...

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Trump asks to reunite the families of separated migrants

Trump asks to reunite the families of separated migrants

The US president will ask his government to act to end the drama of children separated from their parents after crossing the border irregularly.      US President Donald Trump said on Thursday (21.06.2018) that he will ask his government to act to reunify immigrant families that have been separated since...

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California leads multiple lawsuit against Trump for separation of families

California leads multiple lawsuit against Trump for separation of families

According to prosecutor Xavier Bercerra, what happened to children on the border with Mexico violates fundamental rights established in the Constitution.      The controversial measure of zero tolerance applied in the United States to asylum seekers has a new consequence in President Donald Trump. It is a class action lawsuit led...

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The controversial Zara jacket worn by Melania Trump during her visit to children separated from their parents at the border

The controversial Zara jacket worn by Melania Trump during her visit to children separated from their parents at the border

Melania Trump wore a Zara jacket before visiting the children separated from their parents. Melania Trump’s clothes are again at the center of the controversy. This time it is not for its price neither for the brand nor for the model itself. In fact, it is a simple olive green jacket from...

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What does the retreat of Donald Trump mean with the separation of migrant families?

What does the retreat of Donald Trump mean with the separation of migrant families?

For a president like Donald Trump, who claims the slogan “never give up,” the reversal of his policy of separating immigrant families detained at the US border is a special concession. Politically cornered by the widespread indignation that caused the forced removal of thousands of parents and children, Trump signed an...

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Families separated at the US border will not be reunited immediately

Families separated at the US border will not be reunited immediately

The executive order signed by Donald Trump to reunite the families of irregular immigrants separated at the border is difficult to apply and even “illegal” for some specialists. The assessments that different institutions and specialists make of the executive order signed by Donald Trump so that migrant families detained in...

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Trump revokes the policy of separating children from their immigrant parents at the border

Trump revokes the policy of separating children from their immigrant parents at the border

Trump ordered an end to the separation of families but promised to maintain zero tolerance for illegal immigration. Just days after saying that his hands were tied and it was the Congress that had to act in the separations of children of their immigrant parents, President Donald Trump backed down....

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The United States withdraws from the UN Human Rights Council

The United States withdraws from the UN Human Rights Council

The country “leads the world in humanitarian assistance, will not take lessons from hypocrites,” said Mike Pompeo. António Guterres says that the United Nations “would have preferred” that the country remain in the organization. “The United States officially withdraws from the UN Human Rights Council,” US ambassador to the UN Nikki...

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