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Khamenei said the USA forces should not be allowed to enter Iraq "under the pretext of training (Iraqi forces) or other issues", quoted Tehran Times daily. The vice president also said that the two countries should expand relations and remove banking obstacles to expand economic ties. In a joint press conference with Jahangiri, the Iraqi prime minister said Iran and Iraq have taken more serious decisions in fighting terrorism.
  • Man 'neutralised' after bomb attack on Brussels train station

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    A soldier cordons off an area outside the train station in Brussels after the explosion in the Belgian capital. Van Der Sypt said that at about 1830 GMT there was a "small explosion at Central Station here in Brussels ". The man was shot after he set off a small explosion. A photo shared online reportedly from tonight shows flames in the building of Brussels Central as a passerby turns to look.
  • Palestinians reject ISIL claim of Jerusalem attacks

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    Another officer was lightly wounded in the attack. A Palestinian from the flashpoint West Bank city of Hebron, initially thought to be a fourth assailant and was shot and wounded, turned out to be an innocent passerby, Israeli police said.
  • Yosemite will reopen road damaged by rockslide on Sunday

    Yosemite will reopen road damaged by rockslide on Sunday

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    The three entrances on the west side of the Sierra lead to Yosemite Valley, the park's main attraction. It snowed on and off throughout the spring, with a late-season storm hitting last weekend. The damaged road and a stone wall destroyed in the rockslide will be repaired later. The eastern entrance for the highway which sits atop the state's highest automobile pass is typically closed through May and opens later after a snowy winter.
  • London tower blaze victims to get payments of £5500

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    Theresa May has also been the subject of backlash, with many criticising her response to the tragic incident. Immediately after the interview, it was announced that Ms May would visit victims of the fire in hospital this afternoon. The statement said: "t said: "We are devastated by this tragedy". The Sunday Mail says a multi-million-pound tower cladding project was nearly scrapped amid fire safety fears - before the Scottish government "changed the rules and deemed it safe".
  • U.S. military shoots down Iranian-made drone in southern Syria

    U.S. military shoots down Iranian-made drone in southern Syria

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    On June 8, the USA shot down a drone that had fired on coalition forces near At Tanf. BEIRUT (AP ) - Syrian government troops and their allies have steadily positioned themselves in key areas on the flanks of the USA -led coalition battle for the Islamic State's self-declared capital of Raqqa.
  • Real Madrid president: Cristiano Ronaldo's situation 'all very odd

    Real Madrid president: Cristiano Ronaldo's situation 'all very odd

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    Ronaldo, the reigning Ballon d'Or award victor, feels he is being treated unfairly by Spain's tax authorities, whose "persecution" has made him determined to leave Real Madrid and the country, a source confirmed to ESPN FC . know well". He has always wanted to comply with the rules. "I try to solve the problems, those of Cristiano and those of many others". 'I'm sure that Cristiano meets all his tax requirements, it must be a confusion that will be cleared up.
  • Russian Federation protests: Kremlin critic Navalny among hundreds detained

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    Navalny's wife, Yulia, said he had been detained as he tried to leave their home. A judge sentenced Navalny after midnight for "staging an unsanctioned rally", the Associated Press reported . In Vladivostok, where hundreds of people assembled for a protest, demonstrator Alexei Borenko said after eluding police attempts to detain him, that he was "here first of all because of the corruption in Russian Federation which is becoming incredibly big in Russian Federation".
  • May inches toward deal to stay in power

    May inches toward deal to stay in power

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    Though on the surface, Thursday's meeting with Northern Irish parties is aimed at breaking the logjam in forming a new cross-party regional government in the province, May needs broader acceptance of a Conservative-DUP deal. "Look at what the Tories (Conservatives) have managed to do to the United Kingdom in the space of just one year, firstly calling a divisive and reckless European Union referendum.
  • Cellphone video shows woman setting Milwaukee home on fire

    Cellphone video shows woman setting Milwaukee home on fire

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    Jessie Hinds, Jestopher Hinds and their cousin, Travnota Richmond, told WITI they were nearby when the woman walked up to the home with a hammer and started to smash the house's windows. Police said the fire was started at about 7:30 p.m. Friday in a rooming house at 12th and Wright streets. Neighbors said they hope for justice, and that peace can be restored in the area.
  • S Korean President condoles death of US student released by Pyongyang

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    Trump said Tuesday that it was a "total disgrace" what happened to Warmbier, but doctors and the administration haven't offered an explanation for the student's condition preceding his death . At the time of Warmbier's release, a White House official said Joseph Yun, the us envoy on North Korea, had met with North Korean foreign ministry representatives in Norway the previous month.