• Charter plane crashes near Wonderboom airport north of Pretoria
Charter plane crashes near Wonderboom airport north of Pretoria

At least twenty passengers have been pulled from the wreckage with paramedics, firefighters and police on the scene of the accident. "There was one fatality in the cockpit, we are not sure if it's the pilot or the engineer". It had been due to fly to Aviodrome via east Africa, through Egypt, Croatia, Austria to the Netherlands. "ER24 paramedics...

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  • Trump's Legal Team Changes Demands For Mueller Interview
Trump's Legal Team Changes Demands For Mueller Interview

In particular, the same sources say Giuliani is wading into unsafe territory when he asks Cohen to "tell the truth" about the Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr. "The president did nothing wrong with him". They can investigate forever. "What I do know is, there's no evidence of wrongdoing with President Trump".

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  • North Korea reminds Trump its nuclear weapons won't come cheap
North Korea reminds Trump its nuclear weapons won't come cheap

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (R) and Kim Yong Chol (L). Pyongyang noted that it had already destroyed a nuclear test site - a concession that Trump has publicly hailed as a victory for peace - and lamented that Pompeo had proved unwilling to match this with USA concessions.

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  • Kavanaugh for the Court
Kavanaugh for the Court

The White House said Monday that John Kyl, a former Arizona senator, would guide Trump's nominee through the gruelling Senate process. He called Kavanaugh "one of the finest and sharpest legal minds of our time". He's expected to meet with Kavanaugh on Tuesday. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., a longtime member of the Judiciary Committee. It's been decided by...

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  • U.S. service member killed, 2 wounded in 'apparent insider attack' in Afghanistan
U.S. service member killed, 2 wounded in 'apparent insider attack' in Afghanistan

The wounded service members are in stable condition and are receiving treatment, according to the NATO Resolute Support , a NATO-led coalition that aids Afghan security forces. The statement offered no additional details of how the apparent insider attack occurred. "As the commander of this organization, I take all threats seriously, and I asse...

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  • Harry Maguire: the remarkable rise of England’s unlikely new hero
Harry Maguire: the remarkable rise of England’s unlikely new hero

Meanwhile, five of England's goals have been headers, also tying the record for a single World Cup since 1966. Harry Kane is brimming with pride at leading England's unexpected tilt at World Cup glory and wants to inspire the next generation by going all the way to the final.

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  • Moscow drafts a blueprint for the Putin-Trump summit in Helsinki
Moscow drafts a blueprint for the Putin-Trump summit in Helsinki

Instead, a series of events _ a black-tie dinner with business leaders, a meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May and an audience with Queen Elizabeth II _ will happen outside the bustling city, where Mayor Sadiq Khan has been in a verbal battle with Trump.

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  • Who is Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's Supreme Court Nominee?
Who is Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's Supreme Court Nominee?

Bush to the Sixth Circuit Appeals Court in 2006, and after a two-year delay, he was confirmed by the Senate in 2008. The Democratic senator Kamala Harris of California said: " Judge Brett Kavanaugh represents a direct and fundamental threat to that promise of equality and so I will oppose his nomination to the supreme court ".

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  • British woman poisoned by nerve agent dies
British woman poisoned by nerve agent dies

Her boyfriend Charlie Rowley , 45, was also exposed to the nerve agent around the same time and place - and he remains in critical condition and in a coma at the Salisbury hospital. Prime Minister Theresa said she was "appalled and shocked by the death", and announced that incident is now being investigated as a murder. " Police and security o...

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  • The insanely hazardous Thai cave rescue has started well
The insanely hazardous Thai cave rescue has started well

Divers today evacuated six of the 12 boys and their football coach who were trapped at Tham Luang cave in Thailand's Chiang Rai province. This caused the rescue mission to be expedited. The other boys have not been identified yet. Thirty-five emergency doctors were on standby as the "exhausted" boys were flown by military helicopter or driven i...

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  • Trump says he's close to making final Supreme Court decision
Trump says he's close to making final Supreme Court decision

He's also had a hand in Trump's picks for lower courts; the president has gotten a whopping 21 circuit court judges confirmed since taking office and almost all were outsourced to The Federalist Society to fill. Leo has the powerful track record of helping to pick and confirm three of the court's conservative justices, John Roberts, Samuel Alit...

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  • Michael Cohen must be making Donald Trump very nervous right about now
Michael Cohen must be making Donald Trump very nervous right about now

Judicial Watch first sought "any and all records of correspondence and communications between the office of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and the office of special counsel Robert Mueller concerning, regarding, or relating to the April 9, 2018, raids on the office and hotel room of Michael Cohen " on April 12.

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  • Trump Contrasts North Korea Results: Obama Was ‘Very Close’ to War
Trump Contrasts North Korea Results: Obama Was ‘Very Close’ to War

Over the past quarter-century, North Korea has frustrated or outfoxed United States administrations that have attempted to stop and reverse its weapons development through diplomacy and sanctions. leader has been bullish about hopes for peace, boasting that the threat of nuclear war is over. Pompeo is in North Korea for negotiations following...

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  • Another Former Wrestler Says Jordan Knew of Abuse
Another Former Wrestler Says Jordan Knew of Abuse

The conservative firebrand, who has repeatedly denied that he ever knew about the alleged abuse, told reporters Wednesday he was asking the Capitol Police to look into what he called "strange" harassing emails his office received from DiSabato as recently as 4:30 a.m.

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  • Pakistan court gives 10-year jail to Sharif in 1st corruption case
Pakistan court gives 10-year jail to Sharif in 1st corruption case

She called on the nation to stand with her father who had faced similar situations in the past and remained steadfast. The verdict, a potentially significant boost for the main opposition party led by former World Cup cricketer Imran Khan, immediately raised questions over whether Sharif will return to Pakistan from London, where his wife is re...

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  • Austria discusses Iran diplomat case with visiting Rouhani
Austria discusses Iran diplomat case with visiting Rouhani

The five other powers have all said they still support the deal despite the USA decision to withdraw. Washington has since told countries they must halt all imports of Iranian oil from November 4 or face USA financial measures, with no exemptions.

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  • Hume: GOP Sens. Collins, Murkowski Key to Success of Trump SCOTUS Pick
Hume: GOP Sens. Collins, Murkowski Key to Success of Trump SCOTUS Pick

Judicial Crisis Network's ad is part of a seven-figure national cable and digital campaign, and praises Trump's list of 25 potential nominees for the court, before going on to decry "extremist" Democrats who they claim will "lie and attack" the President's eventual nominee.

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  • Heroic puppy bitten by rattlesnake while protecting owner
Heroic puppy bitten by rattlesnake while protecting owner

Her puppy, Todd, jumped in front of her leg to ensure she wouldn't get bit. "But my hero of a puppy, Todd, saved me". What a courageous boy! A dog has been hailed a hero for saving his owner from a rattlesnake, taking a nasty bite to the face in the process.

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  • Capital Gazette Leaves Its Editorial Section Blank Day After Shooting
Capital Gazette Leaves Its Editorial Section Blank Day After Shooting

He was held without bail. I didn't. But one of the surviving employees of The Gazette , quoted in numerous reports of the shooting , is the son of a childhood friend who I've kept in touch with over the years and whose father was my fifth-grade Hebrew school teacher.

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  • Trump Claims ICE Is Only Reason People Feel Safe
Trump Claims ICE Is Only Reason People Feel Safe

His "zero tolerance policy" led officials to take more than 2,000 children from their parents as they tried to enter the country illegally, majority fleeing violence, persecution or economic collapse in their home countries. The announcement comes as Trump slammed the Democrats via Twitter for wanting to get rid of ICE. It's unclear in what fever...

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  • Indian police find 10 bodies hanging, blindfolded in home
Indian police find 10 bodies hanging, blindfolded in home

Around 8 am, a neighbour with whom the businessman used to go for morning walks went to call him and found door open and found the family, including the businessman, hanging. Police said the quarrel between the two groups dates back to 2013. Law enforcers have cordoned off the area. "We are also checking the CCTV footages", the officer said.

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  • Trump attacks Democrats, defends ICE in Saturday morning tweets
Trump attacks Democrats, defends ICE in Saturday morning tweets

She likened the situation to what followed the white supremacist rallies last summer in Charlottesville, Virginia. Kamala Harris of California over the past week. "It's important for this administration to know that these policies that rip apart families - that treat people as less than human, like they're vermin - are not the way of God, they are ...

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  • Trump begins Supreme Court search with outreach to Senators
Trump begins Supreme Court search with outreach to Senators

Kennedy's retirement, Mr. Trump said , is the reason why the Senate needs more Republicans, not Democrats like Heitkamp. Heitkamp stood next to Trump at the White House when he signed a banking deregulation bill into law, alarming some Republicans who anxious he was becoming too close to her.

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  • Hundreds of Women's March Protesters Arrested in Senate Office Building
Hundreds of Women's March Protesters Arrested in Senate Office Building

Congressmember Pramila Jayapal was arrested Thursday at a demonstration in Washington D.C., protesting the Trump administration's controversial immigration policies. "I'm proud to have been arrested with them", Jayapal said in a Twitter video after her arrest. Ana Maria Archila, executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy, said c...

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  • Justice Anthony Kennedy Retiring From the Supreme Court
Justice Anthony Kennedy Retiring From the Supreme Court

Conservative activists have already announced their intention to use a more conservative court to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion . "If there is a Supreme Court vacancy, it takes priority". Last year, three Democrats broke ranks to vote for Gorsuch - Sens. The U.S. Supreme Court is set for a rightward swing that ...

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  • Trump adviser Kushner says he's 'ready to work' with Abbas
Trump adviser Kushner says he's 'ready to work' with Abbas

Kushner cast doubt on Abbas' ability to make a deal, saying the Palestinian leadership is "scared we will release our peace plan and the Palestinian people will actually like it" because it would offer them a better life. The Palestinian Authority has repeatedly said the USA "deal of the century" for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict falls way short...

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  • North Korea Limits Family Reunions
North Korea Limits Family Reunions

The rally, which typically marks the start of a month of events commemorating the 1950-53 Korean war and denouncing the United States, has been held for years and last year attracted 100,000 people in the capital, Pyongyang . North Korea has also tried to withhold its participation in family reunions until certain political conditions are met, s...

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  • Midnight cheers and disbelief as Saudi Arabia ends ban on women driving
Midnight cheers and disbelief as Saudi Arabia ends ban on women driving

It's a historic moment for women who have been at the mercy of their husbands, fathers, brothers and drivers to move around. "While we welcome the fact that women can finally get behind the wheel, we should not forget that many people are still behind bars for their work in fighting for women's rights in Saudi Arabia ", Samah Hadid, Amnesty's Mi...

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  • Erdogan leads in Turkey’s presidential election - preliminary results
Erdogan leads in Turkey’s presidential election - preliminary results

Polls across the country of 81 million people officially closed at 5 pm (1400 GMT). The Supreme Electoral Council announced it would investigate an incident in the southern province of Urfa, where observers reported attempts at ballot stuffing.

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  • Japan halts missile drills after Trump-Kim summit
Japan halts missile drills after Trump-Kim summit

Command in South Korea said in a statement . Army Gen. Vincent Brooks, of the United Nations Command and U.S. Forces-Korea commander, will formally receive the remains at Osan, South Korea, from civilian drivers. policy of maintaining sanctions on Pyongyang until its denuclearisation was complete. Ministry spokesman Noh Kyu-duk said Tuesday ...

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