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Police said officers were called to a home on Castlemore Avenue, near Mingay Avenue and southwest of Major MacKenzie Drive East and Markham Road, just before 3 p.m. Zaman appeared in court on Monday, with his next appearance scheduled for August 2. "It is unbelievable that this has happened to this family". This is what we know so far.
  • Trump's doctored presidential seal leads to firing - BitBAullentin

    Trump's doctored presidential seal leads to firing - BitBAullentin

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    Instead of arrows and olives branches clutched in their talons, a closer look reveals two eagles holding a set of golf clubs on one side and a pile of cash on another. Two-headed eagles moreover seem on the flags of Serbia, Albania and Montenegro, nonetheless this particular seal-swap appears to be like to be at possibility of reference Russian Federation , as Mr Trump's end ties to Russian Federation and President Vladimir Putin delight in been a working tale of his presidency.
  • ‘Meeting between Imran Khan, Trump allowed for personal connection building’

    ‘Meeting between Imran Khan, Trump allowed for personal connection building’

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    Modi will also be holding a bilateral meeting with Trump at the time. When Khan raised Kashmir , Trump not only jumped to claim his mediation prowess but said a similar request had been made by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi . "It has been India's consistent position that all outstanding issues with Pakistan are discussed only bilaterally". A statement was made by us, external affairs minister made statements in parliament, state department made a clarification.
  • Over 1,000 arrested in Moscow protests - Russian Federation police

    Over 1,000 arrested in Moscow protests - Russian Federation police

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    Reuters witnesses said the detained people were being sent to police buses parked along Moscow's Tverskaya Street ahead of the protest planned for 1100 GMT. Police wrestled with protesters around the mayor's office, sometimes charging into the crowd with their batons raised. Along with the arrests of the mostly young demonstrators, several opposition activists who wanted to run for the council were arrested throughout the city before the protest.
  • American teenagers held in Rome over policeman murder

    American teenagers held in Rome over policeman murder

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    Earlier, the Italian had been described as a drug pusher who allegedly swindled the Americans out of the cocaine they purportedly were seeking. The owner of the bag rang his phone - which was still inside the backpack - and the two tourists demanded he pay them 100 euros and give them a gram of cocaine to see it returned.
  • Toddler siblings die in parked auto, father arrested

    Toddler siblings die in parked auto, father arrested

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    Police believe Juan Rodriguez parked his auto near the hospital where he works at 8am on Friday, leaving one-year-olds Phoenix and Mariza Rodriguez in the back of the vehicle. "EMS responded and pronounced them each deceased on the scene". The New York City Medical Examiner will determine the twins' cause of death, police said.
  • Trump announces ‘landmark agreement’ with Guatemala to restrict asylum claims

    Trump announces ‘landmark agreement’ with Guatemala to restrict asylum claims

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    Almost 200,000 people travelling in families from El Salvador and Honduras have been apprehended at the USA border since October, with most passing through Guatemala and Mexico along the way. He said the agreement will put "coyotes and the smugglers out of business ". Refugees International President Eric Schwartz said Guatemala is "in no way safe for refugees and asylum seekers ".
  • IMF Cuts India's Growth Outlook To 7% For 2019

    IMF Cuts India's Growth Outlook To 7% For 2019

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    Real global economic growth will slow to 3.2 percent this year, one-tenth of a percentage point lower than the April forecast . Trade should rebound and grow by 3.7 percent in 2020, about 0.2 percentage point less than previously forecast.
  • United States targets food aid program for 'unbelievable fraud'

    United States targets food aid program for 'unbelievable fraud'

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    Treasury Department, which sanctioned him Thursday . In total, 13 entities and 10 individuals were sanctioned and all are now barred from the US financial system. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and his administration appear to be leveraging tax revenue and cryptocurrencies as part of a broader effort to evade economic sanctions, an investigation by Spanish newspaper ABC has found .
  • Boris Johnson to become UK PM, aiming to win over doubters

    Boris Johnson to become UK PM, aiming to win over doubters

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    Johnson , who will take over as prime minister on Wednesday, will assume office at a time when the United Kingdom is in the midst of a most complex political crisis since the end of the Second World War. In his acceptance speech Mr Johnson promised to work "flat out" to energise the country and deliver Brexit on October 31. The Brussels officials who now have to deal with Prime Minister Johnson have not forgotten his role in demonizing the EU.