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Bruce appeared on the show Friday morning for a segment on Trump's Paris accord decision and the mainstream media's reaction to it, which host Ainsley Earnhardt deemed "pretty brutal". But the national targets are voluntary, leaving room for the US and the almost 200 other countries in the agreement to alter their commitments. There was a mix of dismay and anger across the world.
  • Hillary blames '1000 Russian agents,' 'millions of bots'

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    The U.S. intelligence community has concluded that Russian Federation attempted to interfere in the election in an effort to get Trump elected, though there so far has been no evidence of collusion with the Trump team. Hillary Clinton had no plan to make news - let alone go after the Democratic National Committee. "I'm looking forward", Mr. Ellison, Minnesota Democrat, said on MSNBC.
  • Russian Federation says North Korea nukes are a 'direct threat'

    Russian Federation says North Korea nukes are a 'direct threat'

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    United States Defense Secretary James Mattis told the Asia Security Summit in Singapore that Washington would abide by its commitment to Taiwan, reportedly angering Chinese delegates at the event, reports said Saturday. North Korea maintains that its ballistic and nuclear weapons programs are intended for deterrence, especially from USA military invasion. "North Korea's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them is not new", Mattis said in his prepared remarks.
  • India thrash Pakistan in Champions Trophy

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    India very much looked like a side ready to defend their title in their innings, as Sharma, Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan found the boundary easily and had little trouble figuring out the Pakistan spinners. "The way he was hitting the ball, I felt like a club batter in front of him", Kohli said at the post-match press conference. Pakistan next take on South Africa at Edgbaston on Wednesday (2.30pm SA time start), while India face Sri Lanka on Thursday at The Oval.
  • Robbie welcomed to One Love Manchester stage by Take That

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    Officials said security was bolstered for the concert, which aims to raise money for those affected by the bombing that killed 22 people and wounded more than 100 at Grande's May 22 show. British singer Marcus Mumford held a moment of silence before opening the benefit concert. One Love Manchester kicks off tonight at 6pm at the Old Trafford cricket grounds in Manchester.
  • Everything We Know About the London Terror Attack So Far

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    The mayor in question is London's Sadiq Khan , who responded to the president through a spokesperson. Another witness, Brad Myers, had just left London Bridge when he heard a "boom" behind him, which he thinks was the sound of a auto hitting the guardrails or other vehicles.
  • Trump may not block Comey testimony at key public hearing

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    Mr Comey, who was sacked by the U.S. president last month, is set to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee which is probing possible collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russian Federation. He is scheduled to testify Thursday in open session before the Senate Intelligence Committee. The White House counsel is often informally involved in the decision.
  • Isolated US lashes out at climate critics

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    Germany's environment minister told reporters Friday "there will be no new deal with the United States" on climate change and predicted global climate will "survive" Trump's maximum presidential term of eight years. On Sunday, Pruitt accused what he called the "environmental left" of false outrage at the president's decision to exit the agreement, which was signed in late 2015.
  • With Eyes On North Korea, US Successfully Destroys Mock ICBM Over Pacific

    With Eyes On North Korea, US Successfully Destroys Mock ICBM Over Pacific

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    While the U.S. anti-missile system test was, according to the Pentagon , planned for months and not specifically created to stop incoming missiles from North Korea, Pentagon spokesperson and U.S. Critics of the program say that the tests do not adequately replicate battlefield conditions, because of the controlled environment and the system having real information no enemy would telegraph.
  • Fans nervous before Manchester benefit concert, but want to show solidarity

    Fans nervous before Manchester benefit concert, but want to show solidarity

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    A Twitter account with the name " One Love Manchester " reported the running order, which also features the likes of One Direction's Niall Horan , Miley Cyrus , Justin Bieber , Little Mix and Katy Perry . Ahead of the concert Grande's fans who were caught up in the Manchester bombing have said they were nervous to return to a concert so soon after recent terror attacks but determined to carry on to show solidarity with the victims.