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While the twins' genders have yet to be revealed, on Friday, an unidentified woman carrying a bouquet of pink, purple and blue flowers with two giant baby foot-shaped pink and blue balloons that read, "Baby Girl" and "Baby Boy, was photographed dropping off the gift at the same Los Angeles hospital".
  • Afghan soldier attacks USA troops

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    Taliban took responsibility of the incident and said that Afghan soldier who killed USA soldiers belonged to Taliban group. Afghanistan's Ministry of Defense also is investigating, said Abdul Qhahar Aram, head of strategic communication and public affairs for the 209 Shahin Corps.
  • 'Trooping the color' in London for queen's official birthday

    'Trooping the color' in London for queen's official birthday

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    With the official death toll from the fire which swept through the 24-floor residential tower block, remaining at 30, families and friends of at least 70 people still missing desperately awaited news of their fate. Grief over a London high-rise tower fire that killed dozens turned to outrage Friday amid reports that the materials used in a recent renovation of the public housing block may have fueled the inferno.
  • North Korea claims new cruise missile can crush US, South Korean warships

    North Korea claims new cruise missile can crush US, South Korean warships

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    Nations that are "concerned" by North Korea's continuous missile tests should refrain from taking "any action that could escalate regional tensions", China's Foreign Ministry said on June 8. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said the rockets - probably cruise missiles - were fired from the eastern port of Wonsan and flew about 200 kilometres.
  • Prime Minister breaks promise to keep Grenfell Tower survivors in the area

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    At least 30 people were killed in the fire at Grenfell Tower in the west London neighbourhood of north Kensington. On the figure of 58, he said: "I really hope it won't, but it may increase", while adding that "it might be that some of those are safe and well", and for some reason, had not yet made themselves known to the police.
  • Pentagon chief says NKorea's nuclear pursuits a 'danger'

    Pentagon chief says NKorea's nuclear pursuits a 'danger'

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    North Korea's "ultra precision and diversified Juche Rocket" will continue to thunder and skyrocket in full blast in numbers and in succession until the USA and other like-minded countries take their "right choices", it added. Dean further touched on Washington's military buildup in different parts of the world, including near the Russian border. Longstanding partners are also mortified that Trump has seemed indifferent to traditional alliances, and have interpreted his pulling out of a ...
  • Alexandria gunman had a list of names at time of shooting

    Alexandria gunman had a list of names at time of shooting

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    The Associated Press reported Thursday night that Scalise's doctors had said the majority whip "remains in critical condition but has shown improvement". The game at Nationals Park, Washington DC, carried on a century-old bipartisan ritual, this one tinged with worry about Louisiana Republican Mr Scalise , 51, and the determination to answer the attack by coming together in sport.
  • Trump gripes about Robert Mueller: 'witch hunt … very bad people!'

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    Just this morning, in a puzzlingly phrased missive, Trump bemoaned reports that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice after abruptly firing FBI Director James Comey last month. Wallace said most lawyers would tell Trump to stop talking about the matter entirely following the report that Mueller is investigating Trump for obstruction of justice .
  • G7 talks dominated by USA quitting accord

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    Presenting the communique, Italy's environment minister, Gian Luca Galletti, called the Paris accord "irreversible, non-negotiable and the only instrument possible to combat climate change". "So for us it is really clear that what we need to do is to go forward with implementing the accord and helping countries translate their national program into their development policies so we can get to 2018 and have a first assessment of where we stand", she said.