• Cruise lines cancel Puerto Rico stops over anti-government protests

    Cruise lines cancel Puerto Rico stops over anti-government protests

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    The protests came on the heels of Rossello's Sunday * a href="https://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/*/stories/223354?search_term=puerto%20rico" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:announcement" class="link rapid-noclick-resp" *announcement that he would step down as head of the New Progressive Party and would not seek re-election in 2020.
  • Japan lodges protest against South Korea, Russia for jet incident - Kyodo

    Japan lodges protest against South Korea, Russia for jet incident - Kyodo

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    South Korea scrambled multiple jets, including F-15Ks and F-16Ks, after the Russian plane entered South Korea's territory over the East Sea, South Korean officials say. A South Korean defense ministry spokesman did not directly address the Russian accusation of reckless behavior, but said that South Korea never said the Tu-95 bombers had violated its airspace.
  • UK: Europe-led mission will protect vital shipping in Gulf

    UK: Europe-led mission will protect vital shipping in Gulf

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    He told the Commons: "Let us be clear, under worldwide law Iran had no right to obstruct the ship's passage, let alone board her". President Hassan Rouhani warned the West that "throughout history, Iran has been and will be the main guardian of security and free navigation" in the Gulf.
  • India Launches Historic Bid to Put Spacecraft on Moon

    India Launches Historic Bid to Put Spacecraft on Moon

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    The goal of Chandrayaan-2 is to explore the rarely visited south pole region of the Moon . "This is the second time that ISRO has selected a Lynred infrared detector for a space launch , which further strengthens our more than ten-year partnership", he added .
  • Eight dead, including reporter, in Nigeria Shiite protest clashes

    Eight dead, including reporter, in Nigeria Shiite protest clashes

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    He, however, vowed that not even the killing of their members by security agencies would stop the protest and demand of the release of El-Zakzaky, his wife and other members who were still being held by the state. "The demand for his release has now gone worldwide". A spokesman for Islamic Movement in Nigeria said 11 people were killed and at least 30 others injured.
  • Van packed with drugs worth $200m crashes into NSW cop cars

    Van packed with drugs worth $200m crashes into NSW cop cars

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    Police are still trying to determine what caused the man to swerve into the parked cars. The inspector spoke with the 28-year-old man driving the van and then searched the vehicle. Surveillance video taken outside the station shows the van allegedly driven by him traveling down a street, hitting the parked police auto and then continuing on its way.
  • U.S. Sanctions Chinese Company For Importing Iranian Oil

    U.S. Sanctions Chinese Company For Importing Iranian Oil

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    In June, the secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani said the country's intelligence apparatus has successfully discovered and dealt a serious blow to a cyber-espionage network that was allegedly run by the CIA and operated in several countries.
  • The Trump Administration Wants To Deport More Immigrants Without Due Process

    The Trump Administration Wants To Deport More Immigrants Without Due Process

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    He said under the plan , "immigrants who have lived here for years would be deported with less due process than people get in traffic court". Previously, immigrants who fell into two categories were subject to expedited deportation: border-crossing migrants who authorities encountered within 100 miles of either border who had been in the US for less than two weeks, and undocumented immigrants anywhere in country who came by sea and lived in the USA for less than two years.
  • French submarine that went missing in 1968 finally found in Mediterranean

    French submarine that went missing in 1968 finally found in Mediterranean

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    Amid renewed demands from the crew's families to locate the lost sub, Parly announced a new search effort at the start of this year involving naval vessels and marine experts. "Many people told me they were supporting me during the search because they didn't want to feel alone, but they didn't believe it would be found", he said.