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2 arrested at right wing, pro-Trump protests in London

by Associated Press July 14 at 1:14 PM LONDON – British police have arrested a man and a woman at a right-wing protest in London, where people support a prominent right-wing activist were joined by a "Welcome Trump" rally. The small rally supporting US President Donald Trump – who's in Scotland after visiting London – joined the "Free Tommy Robinson" …

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The latest: 3 Israelis injured by rocket fire from Gaza

Smoke and fire from an Israeli strike rises over Gaza City, Saturday, July 14, 2018. The Israeli military conducted its biggest day-stamp campaign in Gaza since the 2014 war when Hamas militants kicked dozens of rockets in Israel threatening to spark a wider conflagration after weeks of tension along the volatile border. (Hatem Moussa / Associated Press) by Associated Press …

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Over 400 items found in the UK Detoxification Poisoning Fund

LONDON – British police say the search team has found over 400 things as part of the investigation into poisoning of two Britons of Nervous Novichok – but searches are likely to take many weeks, as officers seek further evidence. The Metropolitan Police said on Friday that they had found a small bottle that believed to be the source of …

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Trump, Putin to meet against Mueller allegations

Get breaking news and special reports. Newsletters and stories that play a role, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE HELSINKI – A Spymaster The Russian President has ambitions to reclaim the glory of the Soviet Empire, a pretext for manipulating the Western Politics inner policy and a reputation for poisoning enemies. A disturbing US commander chosen to shake up the existing global …

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Pakistani ex-PM Sharif's brother claimed to be "naked" before the investigation rigging

Brother to Pakistani Ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Thursday accused the country's guardian government of "bare" pre-poll rigging against their party, which tensions rise before the elections on July 25. Shahbaz Sharif, leader of Pakistan's Muslim League-Nawaz, accused authorities of arresting hundreds of PML-N workers and supporters before Nawas expected return to Pakistan on Friday. The former prime minister was …

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Israel launches the biggest Gaza abuse since the 2014 war

Tear gas capsules fired by Israeli troops fall over Palestinians during protests in Gaza Strip's border with Israel on Friday, July 13, 2018. Gaza's Ministry of Health says a 15-year Palestinian has been killed at a border guard of Israeli fire. (Khalil Hamra / Associated Press) by Aron Heller | AP July 14 at 9:24 JERUSALEM – The Israeli military …

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Trump Fel Obama for US response to Russian hacking

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump on Saturday tried to blame the Obama administration for not responding aggressively to Russian hacking of democratic targets in the 2016 US election – cyber attack that founded the accusation of 12 Russian military intelligence officials. Trump's first response to Robert Mueller's initial allegations against Russian government officials to disrupt US politics came in the …

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Donald Trump looks forward to the Putin Summit after the bending visit of American Allies

Just one day earlier, it seemed that Trump would soon postpone a much brighter metaphorical side. Trump gave the talkative press in an interview Thursday that dominated British news and criticized MAY's handling of Brexit negotiations and warned that her current plan would "kill" the possibility of a free trade agreement between the United States and Britain – the fact …

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Cave rescue highlights plight of Thailand's stateless people

MAE SAI, Thailand (Reuters) – On the Thai side of the mountainous border with Myanmar, where 12 boys and their football coach were rescued from a flooded cave last week, thousands of stateless people live trapped between countries with no access to some basic rights. Ethnic minorities line up at a temple fair, in the northern province of Chiang Rai, …

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