• Colombian gang puts a $70,000 bounty on Sombra the drug-sniffing dog
Colombian gang puts a $70,000 bounty on Sombra the drug-sniffing dog

Sombra , a 6-year-old German shepherd , had been working in ports on the Atlantic coast, where drugs are shipped by speedboat or submarine, according to the BBC . Officers also credit her incredible nose with more than 245 drug-related arrests at two of Colombia's biggest global airports. While Sombra is furry and friendly and fun, the ...

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  • Legal implications of secret tape on Trump or Cohen unclear
Legal implications of secret tape on Trump or Cohen unclear

But his behavior doesn't quite line up with a clear strategy, legal experts say. Weisselberg has been a fixture within the Trump Organization for decades and worked for the president's father, Fred Trump, before ultimately joining the Trump Organization.

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  • MH370 investigators 'unable to confirm' cause of disappearance
MH370 investigators 'unable to confirm' cause of disappearance

Head investigator Datuk Kok Soo Chon said while its unlikely a deliberate diversion by the pilot or first officer, they can not exclude the possibility of a third party interference. A 440-page final report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) previous year showed that Zaharie had flown a route on his home flight simulator six weeks ear...

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  • Rudy Giuliani: 'Collusion Is Not A Crime'
Rudy Giuliani: 'Collusion Is Not A Crime'

Further, Giuliani said the discussion is not on tape. Now let's get to what Giuliani said this morning. Mr Giuliani , the former NY mayor who now leads the president's personal legal team, said that Michael Cohen should release the estimated dozen tapes he had made in which he discusses paying women to cover up alleged affairs with Mr T...

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  • India strips 4 million people of citizenship in Assam
India strips 4 million people of citizenship in Assam

The NRC is a list of people who can prove they came to the state by 24 March 1971, when Bangladesh was created. Critics see the citizenship test as a measure supported by Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) aimed at driving out minority Muslims.

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  • Redding Toll Updated: Five People Dead, 500 Homes Lost
Redding Toll Updated: Five People Dead, 500 Homes Lost

Crews attacking the Carr fire in and around Redding said they had located another body - the fourth civilian to perish in that blaze. Bosenko said authorities are still looking for seven people after finding nine others who had been reported missing.

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  • Ahed Tamimi Released, Says Resistance Will Continue
Ahed Tamimi Released, Says Resistance Will Continue

Tamimi says jail time taught her many things including how to convey a message for her country. In the footage she kicks one soldier and slaps his face, and threatens to punch the other. Flanked by her father and mother, Tamimi gave a short statement outside a home in her village, saying, "From our home, the resistance is continuing until the end...

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  • People flee Mati by boat to escape deadly Greek wildfires
People flee Mati by boat to escape deadly Greek wildfires

Twins Sofia (left) and Vasiliki (right) are among the missing in one of Greece's deadliest fires in decades. Hundreds of firefighters aided by water-dropping aircraft were tackling the remaining areas in the two main blazes near the capital.

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  • Republicans move to impeach Deputy AG Rosenstein over Russiagate docs
Republicans move to impeach Deputy AG Rosenstein over Russiagate docs

Matt Gaetz is among the 11 Republicans who introduced a resolution calling for the impeachment of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein . "I don't think we should be cavalier with this process, or with this term, number one", he said.

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  • Zoo paints stripes on donkeys and calls them zebras, student says
Zoo paints stripes on donkeys and calls them zebras, student says

The image, showing the animal with smudges on its face, attracted attention online before experts gave their view on its species. "I know the shape of a donkey and I know the shape of zebras , so it was easy to know". I mean, c'mon now. Sadly for donkeys, they aren't the most exotic of zoo attractions. It's common sense really isn't it, deny...

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  • Iran army chief tells Trump 'we are waiting for you'
Iran army chief tells Trump 'we are waiting for you'

Since taking office, Trump has developed a reputation for firing off heated tweets that seem to escalate disputes with world leaders at odds with the U.S. The Trump administration and its ally Saudi Arabia have accused Iran of providing weapons, including ballistic missiles, and other support to the Houthis, a rebel group that seized control of...

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  • White House: Nothing malicious in Trump-Putin omission
White House: Nothing malicious in Trump-Putin omission

Mr Pompeo faced tough questioning from Democrats and Republicans during testimony before the Senator Foreign Relations Committee about Mr Trump's failure to hold the Russian President accountable for Moscow's meddling in the 2016 United States election at their meeting in Helsinki last week.

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  • WH Defends Barring CNN Reporter: She Refused To Leave Oval Office
WH Defends Barring CNN Reporter: She Refused To Leave Oval Office

Gidley disputed. Collins' behavior was not out of order from the standard procedure of White House reporters who regularly pose questions to the president at the conclusion of press events. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday said he has invited President TrumpDonald John TrumpWatergate's John Dean: Potential of Cohen flipping not "bodin...

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  • Maddow doesn’t relent on White House transcript
Maddow doesn’t relent on White House transcript

President Donald Trump , left, and Russian President Vladimir Putin arrive for a press conference after their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki , Finland. Udall said public records show money from former Soviet states and Russian Federation itself are reportedly tied to Trump properties in SoHo, N.Y., as well as Panama and Toronto.

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  • Trump says it's 'sad' Cohen recorded him
Trump says it's 'sad' Cohen recorded him

Earlier this week, Avenatti told Hill Reporter that there are additional tapes of Cohen and Trump, and that these "tapes contain very damaging admissions made by Donald Trump , Michael Cohen and others as to a number of critical issues".

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  • House Republicans introduce articles of impeachment against Rod Rosenstein
House Republicans introduce articles of impeachment against Rod Rosenstein

Rosenstein is accused violating Congressional subpoenas by withholding requested documents pertaining to Mueller's ongoing investigation and for allegedly abusing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, through which warrants against Trump campaign aide Carter Page were issued past year.

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  • Brics investment deals good news for poor South Africans
Brics investment deals good news for poor South Africans

Those who pursue that will only hurt themselves. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa echoed his sentiments. "China is the most important trade country in this coalition and is likely to offset the negative impact from greater United States protectionism through increased domestic stimulus", said Madhur Jha, head of thematic research at St...

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  • Prosecutors now have 12 recordings seized from ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen
Prosecutors now have 12 recordings seized from ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

New developments in court in NY have revealed that apart from recording this conversation with Trump, Cohen made 12 more recordings which were seized by Federal Bureau of Investigation officers during a raid on his home and office premises earlier this year.

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  • Dominic Rabb answers question over his 'Brexit demotion'
Dominic Rabb answers question over his 'Brexit demotion'

Raab met the EU's top negotiator Michel Barnier for the first time this week and will return for further talks on Thursday. When challenged by MPs about the prospect of a no deal outcome, Mr Raab said that while there would be "uncertainty" in the short-term, he thinks in "the long-term we would still be able to thrive".

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  • Trump praises rapport with Kim, hails dismantling of N.Korea site
Trump praises rapport with Kim, hails dismantling of N.Korea site

A North Korean flag flutters on top of a 160-metre tower in North Korea's propaganda village of Gijungdong, in this picture taken from the Tae Sung freedom village near the Military Demarcation Line (MDL), inside the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas, in Paju, South Korea, April 24, 2018.

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  • Israel approves Apartheid law, global Jewish groups back BDS
Israel approves Apartheid law, global Jewish groups back BDS

Israel's parliament has passed a controversial law characterising the country as principally a Jewish state, fuelling anger among its Arab minority. Legislators have buried article authorizing pure and hard creation of segregated cities for Jews under a declarative formula whereby state will merely encourage "a national value" such settlements.

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  • Jimmy Kimmel Shreds Trump's Double Standard On Russia And Iran
Jimmy Kimmel Shreds Trump's Double Standard On Russia And Iran

The remarks come in response to Rouhani's threat against the USA, where he warned " the mother of all wars " is possible, adding, the Iranian people are the master and will never bow to anyone. The US is regularly suspected of backing the idea of regime change , but analysts say its current stance may simply be an attempt to pivot after a week o...

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  • United Kingdom and European Union behaving ‘recklessly’ over crime-fighting after Brexit
United Kingdom and European Union behaving ‘recklessly’ over crime-fighting after Brexit

That has infuriated Brussels, which insists that the bill is simply a settling of accounts. In comments to the Sunday Telegraph he said the United Kingdom must be able to create a new relationship with the EU. He told Tom Swarbrick: " Dominic Raab has got it absolutely right - he is going to heart". "I can't remember legislation which has ne...

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  • Toronto gunman who killed two identified
Toronto gunman who killed two identified

One friend described Fallon as a "very happy" person. "Everyone. wanted to be around her". "We will mourn those who were lost for the rest of our lives", Hussain's family said in a statement . "I know that it could have been worse", Saunders said. Paramedics, firefighters and police converged on the shooting in Toronto's east end, which has ...

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  • Weather: Overnight storm bringing rain, gusty winds
Weather: Overnight storm bringing rain, gusty winds

Winds are light from the southeast, but locally strong gusts are possible during thunderstorms, which could bring down trees given the saturated ground. Flooding concerns continue as lows settle between 70 and 75. Rain chances will gradually diminish through the day on Sunday as an area of low pressure pulls away from Michiana, then we will see ...

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  • Heat wave set to bake the county
Heat wave set to bake the county

Excessive heat warnings are also in effect in southern Arizona, California's southeastern desert and parts of Utah and New Mexico with highs in some areas forecast to reach almost 120 degrees on what could prove to be the hottest days of the year.

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  • Pakistan Elections: Campaign rallies end ahead of Wednesday's vote
Pakistan Elections: Campaign rallies end ahead of Wednesday's vote

Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez refrained from showing his political affiliation, instead he chose to use the medium to urge people to come out and vote on 25 July. Whereas, they must present it to election authorities and other security authorities when asked. Polling will start at 8 am PST and will end at 6 pm.

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  • North Korea begins dismantling test-site facilities, U.S. think-tank says
North Korea begins dismantling test-site facilities, U.S. think-tank says

A United States defence official also downplayed the news, saying the Sohae site was not a priority in terms of monitoring the North's denuclearisation efforts. It said they should "implement effective due diligence policies, procedures, and internal controls to ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements across their entire supply chain...

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  • Trump threatens Iran with consequences 'few have ever suffered before'
Trump threatens Iran with consequences 'few have ever suffered before'

In May, the USA left a deal which curbed Iran's nuclear activities in return for the lifting of worldwide sanctions. "The bitter irony of the economic situation in Iran is that the regime uses its time to line its own pockets while its people cry out for jobs, reform and opportunity", Pompeo said.

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  • Nine shot in downtown Toronto, gunman dead
Nine shot in downtown Toronto, gunman dead

The gunman is seen walking down the street with a gun in his hand before he began firing shots. Gunfire erupted in the area of Danforth and Logan avenues at around 10 p.m. We saw people starting to run in our direction, and I still didn't know what it was. Then she was told to run to the back of the restaurant. Canada traditionally has relative...

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