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Julian Assange, Puerto Rico, Sadie Roberts-Joseph, racist tweets, teens and screens: 5 things to know for July 16

first Politics The House of Representatives is planning to vote on a resolution condemning President Trump's racist tweets about four democratic women women. It is not clear when the vote will take place, but President Nancy Pelosi urged the GOP legislator to join Democrats in "condemning the president's xenophobic tweets". Some Republicans arose yesterday to condemn Trump's tweets, but others …

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SEE IT: Divers set male size jellyfish off the English coast

Divers who swung off the coast of England on Saturday received remarkable pictures of a male-sized jellyfish on camera. The diving team, consisting of animal biologist and presents Lizzie Daly and oceanographer Dan Abbott, discovered the creature near Falmouth, Cornwall in southwest England. The two said they swam with the sea animal for about an hour. "It was huge," Daly …

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Ryanair will stop flying to some airports because of the Boeing 737 Max crisis

Europe's largest low-cost airline said Tuesday that it planned to reduce operations at some airports and abandon altogether because regulators may not return the grounded 737 Max to service as late as December. "We begin a series of discussions with our airports to determine which of Ryanair's underperformance or loss bases would suffer from these short-term cuts and / or …

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LGBT Asylum Seekers Exempted From "Maintaining in Mexico" Policy And Can Stay In The Usa

Asylum seekers arriving at the southern border claiming to be LGBT-free are excluded from the US-Mexico policy "Maintain in Mexico" and will not return to Mexico to await decisions by US immigration judges, several US border workers told Washington Examiner. "Mexican immigration does not take anyone back to Mexico under the MPP [Migration Protection Protocols] program that identifies as part …

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Pakistan opens its airspace, then closed Balakot Strike

Pakistan has allowed all airlines to fly through its airspace from 12.41 today. (Reuters) New Delhi: Pakistan opened its airspace for all civilian traffic Tuesday morning and removed the ban on Indian flights that were not allowed to use the majority of its airspace since the Balakot air hit in February. [19659004] The move is expected to give relief to …

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Parents say Border Patrol asked migrant children to choose which parent would stay with her in the United States: report

A Honduran couple said that a border patrol agent asked their children to choose which of her parents she and her two siblings would stay in the United States, according to the NPR. "The agent asked her who she wanted to join, mom or dad," Tania, the three-year-old girl's mother, told the NPR through an interpreter. "And the girl, because …

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Police Fire Tear Gas to stifle protests over Puerto Rico's governor

SAN JUAN, PR – An afternoon of extraordinary protests requiring Georg Ricardo A. Rossell√≥, immediately resigned from Puerto Rico, became chaotic late on Monday when riot police launched tear gas and pepper spray into a crowd of thousands of demonstrators. The gas gases after 8:30 dispersed much of the collection that had swelled outside the governor's mansion, La Fortaleza. But …

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Size 6.1 earthquake strikes south of Bali

The 6th earthquake was off the coast of Indonesia. An underground earthquake of magnitude 6.1 has been hit south of Indonesia's tourist The epicenter of Tuesday's shake was 102 kilometers southwest of Denpasar and 100 km deep, the European earthquake monitoring agency EMSC said. Aucklander David Watkins at breakfast at Nusa Dua resort when it struck. "[It] was a good …

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