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People Top Brexit Officials Resign in Blow to Theresa May
Author: 0 Top Brexit Officials Resign in Blow to Theresa May

The Environment Secretary is a prominent Brexiteer and - hours before Mr Davis's resignation - on Sunday urged fellow Tories to get behind the Prime Minister and her Brexit plan agreed at a Chequers summit on Friday. This evening the Prime Minister is due to address a meeting of her backbench MPs. Britons voted 52 to 48 percent to leave the E.U.in a June 2016 referendum, and the plan is to exit on March 29, 2019.

People Thai Cave Rescue: First Of The Trapped Boys Emerge
Author: 0 Thai Cave Rescue: First Of The Trapped Boys Emerge

Four boys were brought to the surface on Sunday, more than two weeks after the group were trapped underground. The Thai navy SEALS confirmed that four boys have left the cave. When the lost group was located on July 2, rescue medics who reached them evaluated all the boys and their coach and divided them into three categories: red for critical condition, yellow for serious condition and green for stable condition.

People Ten killed, dozens injured in Turkey train derailment
Author: 0 Ten killed, dozens injured in Turkey train derailment

Following the fatal accident, around 100 ambulances reached the scene to rescue the passenger, while military helicopters were also deputed to airlift the wounded passengers. President Tayyip Erdogan's office said Erdogan had received information from the ministers of transport and interior about the incident, and sent condolences for those killed.

People Lawyers: Manafort in solitary confinement as he awaits trial
Author: 0 Lawyers: Manafort in solitary confinement as he awaits trial

Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is sent to jail as questions continue about whether or not Trump should be interviewed by Mueller; reaction on 'Hannity'. If the judge finds that there indeed were illegal leaks, the investigators could be sanctioned. Mr. Manafort submits that a fair trial will impossible without a change of venue to Roanoke, Virginia.

People Minister defends UK's Brexit plan amid party, business concern
Author: 0 Minister defends UK's Brexit plan amid party, business concern

Davis' deputy, Steve Baker, and another Brexit minister, Suella Braverman, also resigned Sunday, according to the UK's Press Association. Today, May is due to brief MPs on the plan agreed by the Cabinet during its 12-hour meeting. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street in London , bound for the House of Commons to face Prime Minister's Questions, Wednesday July 4, 2018.

People Six boys exit the cave, says senior official
Author: 0 Six boys exit the cave, says senior official

Four of the 12 boys trapped in a cave in northern Thailand have been safely rescued and taken to hospital, according to several news outlets. In the early hours of Saturday morning, he said the boys were not yet ready to dive out of the cave, a complex and risky task through twisting and jagged submerged passageways.

Author: 0 Tropical Storm Chris to avoid New England

The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Sunday that the storm has barely moved since Saturday but was likely to strengthen in the coming days. Forecasters say the disorganized center of Tropical Storm Beryl is moving towards the west-northwest near 23 miles per hour (37 kilometres per hour) and on this track will approach the Lesser Antilles today, move cross the island chain tonight and near or south of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico on Monday.

People U.S. Navy warships sail through Taiwan Strait
Author: 0 U.S. Navy warships sail through Taiwan Strait

Two U.S. warships have passed through the Taiwan Strait, the first since July a year ago, in a move likely to be seen in Beijing as a show of support for Taipei by Washington. A growing number of global airlines and companies were also forced to change Taiwan's name to "Taiwan, China " or "Chinese Taipei" due to pressure from Beijing.

People Trump's Mar-a-Lago wants to hire 61 foreign workers
Author: 0 Trump's Mar-a-Lago wants to hire 61 foreign workers

This request comes just over a year after Trump signed his " Buy American and Hire American " executive order. Earlier on Thursday , another posting showed Trump's club also wants to hire 40 foreigners to serve as waiters and waitresses at the club.

People White House Taps Former Fox News Executive For Senior Communications Job
Author: 0 White House Taps Former Fox News Executive For Senior Communications Job

In a statement , the administration highlighted Shine's "two decades of television programming, communications, and management experience" as the reason for the hire. Following the White House's press release Thursday, Lisa Bloom, a lawyer who represented several of the accusers, tweeted her disapproval of the appointment .

People Japan executes cult leader and followers behind gas attack
Author: 0 Japan executes cult leader and followers behind gas attack

On March 20, 1995, members of the cult left punctured bags filled with liquid nerve agent on train lines going through Tokyo's political district. He is the first of 13 people set to be hanged for the attack. As trials of cult members began taking place, numerous crimes were confessed to by members, including the production of VX nerve gas, attempts to manufacture automatic weapons, kidnapping, chemical attacks, and the murder of people deemed to threaten the cult.

People Students Outraged Over Trump's Unannounced SCOTUS Nominee
Author: 0 Students Outraged Over Trump's Unannounced SCOTUS Nominee

CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody will appear on Monday's The 700 Club with the latest information on the president's potential Supreme Court nominee. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), a member of the Judiciary Committee that will hold the confirmation hearing for Trump's court pick, said Sunday that it's clear to him that Trump wants a justice committed to overturning Roe v.

People In Canada, 33 people died from the heat wave
Author: 0 In Canada, 33 people died from the heat wave

Public health authorities in Quebec have made a concerted effort to improve the reporting of heat-related deaths. Environment Canada lifted heat warnings Friday, despite expectations that temperatures will once again rise early next week.

People Man wanted over Sydney teenagers' shooting found dead
Author: 0 Man wanted over Sydney teenagers' shooting found dead

Assistant Commissioner New South Wales Brett McFadden said, "The father appeared to have planned the killings, using legally-owned firearms". Police are expected to address the media with more details this morning. "It's very early in the investigation in what can only be described as a tragic set of circumstance for the family", Assistant Commissioner McFadden said.

People Trump mulls Supreme Court choice from 2 or 3 candidates
Author: 0 Trump mulls Supreme Court choice from 2 or 3 candidates

President Trump should directly take on Russian President Vladimir Putin for meddling in the USA political process in their one-on-one meeting in Helsinki next week, Republican Sen. "We've had bad decisions overturned in the past", Beckwith said. "He's talking about Coney Barrett & Hardiman", Dawsey tweeted . Barrett, who was appointed to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals just past year, is the youngest of the three final candidates and is the conservative favorite.

People Nearly 20m tune in to England quarter-final win
Author: 0 Nearly 20m tune in to England quarter-final win

Fans watching the match on giant screens in Camden and Shoreditch went mad with excitement at the final whistle, taking to the streets to continue partying. Former England worldwide Gary Neville , who was assistant to Roy Hodgson when they were knocked out by Iceland in last-16 at Euro 2016, felt the current pool of players have shown great maturity throughout the tournament in Russian Federation.

People England's quarter-final win sparks wild scenes on streets
Author: 0 England's quarter-final win sparks wild scenes on streets

England football manager Gareth Southgate has likened striker Harry Kane to England rugby legend Jonny Wilkinson. "We've already had our first knockout win in 12 years, our first win in a penalty shootout in a World Cup for England , the highest number of goals scored in an individual game".

Author: 0 Warren Smacks Trump Back Over DNA Test

His attacks on Warren's heritage weren't new , but the addition of an offer of $1 million for DNA testing was reminiscent of Trump's favorite line of attack that contributed heavily to his rise in America's political conscience - birtherism.

People Immigrant rocked by sudden US Army discharge
Author: 0 Immigrant rocked by sudden US Army discharge

More than 10,000 troops have joined the military through the programme - nearly all of them in the Army. For more than a decade, the USA has offered immigrants who join the military a fast track to citizenship. MAVNI was scrutinized when President Obama allowed DACA recipients - individuals brought to the country illegally as children - to be eligible for enlistment.

People Austria follows Germany on tighter border controls
Author: 0 Austria follows Germany on tighter border controls

GermanChancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban held talks yesterday, days after the German chancellor made key border policy concessions to hardliners who have embraced the Hungarian leader's anti-migrant stance.

People North Korea Calls U.S. Diplomatic Posture ‘Regrettable’
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Pompeo and other United States officials are meeting with North Korean officials in Pyongyang to hammer out details on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program. "However, the attitude and stance the United States showed in the first high-level meeting (between the countries) was no doubt regrettable ". "But in doing so, he has elicited North Korean ire, and he has now seen the reality of North Korea's game plan and intentions that many of us have been describing for some time", Revere ...

People USA service member killed, two others wounded in Afghanistan 'insider' attack
Author: 0 USA service member killed, two others wounded in Afghanistan 'insider' attack

Two more troops were wounded in the apparent attack July 7 according to an announcement from Resolute Support public affairs. It added thatthe name of the deceased service member was being withheld until next of kin is notified. The U.S. soldiers have not been identified. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Afghan officials could not immediately verify that information, according to the news agency.

People Sheffield United fans react as Harry Maguire scores for England
Author: 0 Sheffield United fans react as Harry Maguire scores for England

They are really important messages for us. It marked the first time England had won a shootout at the World Cup in four attempts, while the 6-1 group-stage victory over Panama was their biggest World Cup win. We've just got to keep doing what we are doing. "By the English point of view, it depends on the way you look at it", he added. I don't think this was my best performance on the pitch.

People Orrin Hatch May Have Revealed Trump's SCOTUS Nominee
Author: 0 Orrin Hatch May Have Revealed Trump's SCOTUS Nominee

Mr. Pence hasn't met with any of the other candidates, according to a White House official. I'll have a decision made in my mind by Sunday. IL law protects it. Then again, considering that Cruz is widely disliked by his fellow Republicans in the Senate, it may have been enough for him to simply be supported by Lee.

People Klamathon Fire ignites in Hornbrook, prompting I-5 closure
Author: 0 Klamathon Fire ignites in Hornbrook, prompting I-5 closure

Winds quickly spread the fire to one-thousand acres within a few hours. It is 5 percent contained . The department said multiple structures are threatened, damaged or destroyed. It was 42 percent contained by Saturday morning. Though officials suspect fireworks, the investigation into the cause of the fire remains active. Brown to declare a state of emergency in San Diego County , saying people and property are under "extreme peril".

People Nantes police shooting: Deadly incident triggers clashes
Author: 0 Nantes police shooting: Deadly incident triggers clashes

Eleven people were arrested after rioters torched several buildings, including a library, a creche and a pharmacy, and more than 40 cars were burned in the early hours of Thursday. According to the Ouest France newspaper, the incident took place at about 18.30 GMT on Tuesday, when the police stopped the man's vehicle for a check.

People AL denounces Israeli forcible transfer in West Bank Bedouin village
Author: 0 AL denounces Israeli forcible transfer in West Bank Bedouin village

A Palestinian ambulance service said 35 protesters were hurt and four of them were taken to hospital. "The police were swinging wildly and kicking viciously, until their commanding officer got ahold of them". The EU and United Nations have called on the Israeli regime to halt its plan to raze the village, saying such actions are contrary to worldwide law and undermine peace efforts.

People Construction worker dies after being swept away by floods in Japan
Author: 0 Construction worker dies after being swept away by floods in Japan

At least two people died, five were reported missing and as many as 1.3 million fled their homes after storms and flooding struck western and central Japan, officials said. In Motoyama, a town on Shikoku island, about 600 kilometres from the capital Tokyo, 583 millimetres of rain fell between Friday and Saturday morning, the agency said.

People Mother Teresa’s charity sold babies
Author: 0 Mother Teresa’s charity sold babies

Police arrested the two suspects at one of the charity's homes in the capital of Jharkhand state on Thursday following allegations that at least five infants were sold. The couple apparently told Verma that they had paid Rs 1.2 lakh on May 1 to get the boy's custody. "We are carefully looking into the matter". Although she was famous for giving aid to the poor in India and around the world, her legacy is disputed.

Author: 0 In North Korea, Pompeo phones home to brief Trump

Both said they needed to "clarify" certain elements of their previous discussions, but provided no detail. "These are complicated issues, but we made progress on nearly all of the central issues". She said the dinner lasted an hour and 45 minutes and at times the two were "cracking jokes" and "exchanging pleasantries". A US State Department spokeswoman said the two sides have set up working groups to deal with " nitty gritty stuff " including validation of efforts to achieve denuclearisation.

People One Civilian Fatality Reported In Klamathon Fire
Author: 0 One Civilian Fatality Reported In Klamathon Fire

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said at about 8:30 p.m. Thursday that the blaze had burned almost 8 square miles (20 square kilometers) with 0 percent containment. A Hornbrook resident has also died; CalFire officials discovered the body Friday morning in a building destroyed by the fire. The identification of the person will be released after further investigation and notification of next-of-kin.