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The two countries announced the details simultaneously a day after striking a deal on holding the meeting following a visit to Moscow on Wednesday by USA national security adviser John Bolton . He said, "getting along with Russian Federation and with China and with everybody is a very good thing ". "Every time he sees me, he says, 'I didn't do that, '" Trump said after the meeting, according to a White House transcript.
  • Nine killed, 53 vehicles burnt as oil tanker catches fire in Lagos

    Nine killed, 53 vehicles burnt as oil tanker catches fire in Lagos

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    Hundreds of commuters and vehicles are trapped on the Michael Otedola Bridge in Lagos as a petrol laden tanker went up in flames. The Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode, is grieved by the death of those who lost their lives to the tanker explosion that occurred along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway on Thursday.
  • Travel ban ruling stirs dismay among immigrants, advocates

    Travel ban ruling stirs dismay among immigrants, advocates

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    He n approved a somewhat decaffeinated executive order but in same line, which was also suspended by judges of lower instances than supreme. Holding: The President has lawfully exercised the broad discretion granted to him under 8 U. The American College of Physicians, which filed an amicus brief of its own opposing Trump's travel ban , released a statement Tuesday reiterating its disappointment.
  • Bali airport closed as volcano gushes column of ash

    Bali airport closed as volcano gushes column of ash

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    Mount Agung was spotted erupting on Thursday (June 28) and it was predicted that the ash would reach the airport on Friday. Thousands of Australians heading to Bali have had to put their holidays on hold with flights from capital cities cancelled due to Indonesia's Mount Agung volcano spewing water vapour and ash into the atmosphere.
  • Former NATO chief denied entry to United States over Iran trips

    Former NATO chief denied entry to United States over Iran trips

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    Solana, who also is a former Spanish foreign minister, planned to travel to the United States for an event at the Brookings Institute, a non-profit public policy agency based in Washington, D.C. Solana said he had gone to Iran as a representative of all sides that were party to the negotiations with Tehran, the Guardian reported. In 2016, the fast-track authorisation was revisited by the Obama administration in response to restrictions decided by Congress.
  • Ocasio-Cortez win strikingly like a 1972 trailblazing one

    Ocasio-Cortez win strikingly like a 1972 trailblazing one

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    On Twitter after the debate, she noted that Palma, also Latina, bore a "slight resemblance to me". This time previous year, she was working as a bartender in the Bronx. "I wasn't born to a wealthy or powerful family". Her challenge to, and subsequent victory over, Crowley has left moderate Democrats stunned and the progressive wing of the party emboldened.
  • Zimbabwe blast: Two die after attack on Mnangagwa

    Zimbabwe blast: Two die after attack on Mnangagwa

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    Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed insists that his reform will continue despite the grenade attack . Despite the fact that the southern African country had been exposed to some form of political violence in the past, Zimbabweans were not used to an environment that was as "charged" as that experienced over the weekend.
  • #JusticeforJunior: Public Mourns Death of Teen who Was Killed in Machete Attack

    #JusticeforJunior: Public Mourns Death of Teen who Was Killed in Machete Attack

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    The foursome have expressed their sadness and frustration following the mistaken identity slaying of 15-year-old NY student Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz. He remains hospitalized in critical condition. Sources say the teen may have been targeted because the suspects mistook him for someone else. After the slaying, the leader of the Trinitarios street gang allegedly spoke out to agree with investigators probing the case, saying that it really was a case of mistaken identity.
  • Steet Gang Trinitarios Behind Bronx Teen's Death

    Steet Gang Trinitarios Behind Bronx Teen's Death

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    His death was among "the most brutal crimes" NYPD Chief of Patrol Terence Monahan has seen in his 36-year career. "He was one of the good kids in the Bronx", his mother said . "His dream was to be a detective", she told the paper. The news site also reports the Trinitarios may be connected to a non-fatal stabbing of a 14-year-old in the Bronx on Monday (June 18).
  • South Korea picks candidates for reunions with North Korean families

    South Korea picks candidates for reunions with North Korean families

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    While there has been no official statement from Pyongyang on this year's event, AP reporters in North Korea have confirmed that the rally will not be held on Wednesday. North Korea has cancelled its yearly anti-United States demonstration. BBC News reported foreign tour guides are seeing less anti-U.S. propaganda in Pyongyang, following the summits with the United States and South Korea.
  • Trump berates Democrats as he begs for their votes on immigration bill

    Trump berates Democrats as he begs for their votes on immigration bill

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    Joining him at the White House were people whose family members were killed in crimes committed by undocumented immigrants. Ice was also said to have worked closely with foreign consulates to ensure that travel documents are issued for both the parent and child at time of removal; and to have coordinated with HHS for the reuniting of the child prior to the parents' departure from the US.