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Worldwide England fan thrown off auto in Plymouth after celebrating win
Author: 0 England fan thrown off auto in Plymouth after celebrating win

The win gave Gareth Southgate's side the ideal start in their bid to qualify from Group G and are next in action on Sunday, when they take on tournament debutants Panama in Nizhny Novgorod. Lukaku scored a brace to break the resistance of a fearless Panama side on their World Cup debut. Asked about the England attendance he said he felt they may have been put off by media stories.

Worldwide Eight injured after taxi runs into crowd in Moscow
Author: 0 Eight injured after taxi runs into crowd in Moscow

Interfax reported that the taxi driver was operating on a drivers' license from Kyrgyzstan. Police initially said eight people were injured , but later said seven had sought medical attention. CCTV footage posted on social media showed the cab driving about ten meters (yards) along the crowded pavement before hitting a traffic sign and coming to a partial stop.

Worldwide US, South Korea agree to suspend joint military exercise
Author: 0 US, South Korea agree to suspend joint military exercise

Chinese state media continue to provide glowing coverage of visits of Chinese delegations to North Korea , as well as the country's potential for economic growth. However, North Korea offered a different account of the discussion. "I think China sees that as a way to enhance its leverage and position", Sen said.

Worldwide Apple fined $9m for misleading Australian customers with faulty iPhones and iPads
Author: 0 Apple fined $9m for misleading Australian customers with faulty iPhones and iPads

It all started past year when Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) received complaints from a large number of users about "error 53" that effectively disabled their devices post an update. "Global companies must ensure their returns policies are compliant with the Australian Consumer Law, or they will face ACCC action", added Court. It has also said it will provide new devices as replacements for iPhones and iPads that have suffered a major failure, rather than refurbished ...

Worldwide Trump's legal team emboldened by inspector general report
Author: 0 Trump's legal team emboldened by inspector general report

Also criticized in the report was Comeys decision, despite the discouragement of the Justice Department, to reveal to Congress that the FBI was reopening the investigation following the discovery of new emails. That fuels attacks by Trump and his allies that people in the "deep state" are out to get him. "The IG report yesterday went a long way to show that, and I think that the Mueller investigation has been totally discredited", he said.

Worldwide US, China firms brace for escalating trade war
Author: 0 US, China firms brace for escalating trade war

The announcement was sure to spark countermeasures by Beijing , which yesterday vowed to strike back quickly if the USA hurts its interests, bringing the world's two largest economies to the brink of an all-out trade war long feared by markets and industry.

Worldwide May offers pro-EU rebels Brexit compromise
Author: 0 May offers pro-EU rebels Brexit compromise

Calm down, says Dominic Grieve , leader of the Tory revolt, in the Evening Standard. Asked if voting against the Government could bring it down, Mr Grieve told BBC1's Sunday Politics: "We could collapse the Government". "It all changed without Dominic Grieve or anyone else being consulted". Sarah Wollaston tweeted: "So just to be clear we are now going to have to amend the "unamendable" after the agreed amendable amendment acquired a sneaky sting in the tail".

Worldwide Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe
Author: 0 Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe

Giuliani's decision to essentially broadcast the White House's intentions came mere hours after Trump's former campaign chair, Paul Manafort , had his bail revoked by Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who ordered him to prison. "We want the Mueller probe to be investigated", Giuliani said Sunday. The president weighed in Sunday on Twitter with his opinion of the Mueller probe, again calling it a "WITCH HUNT!" and declaring that law enforcement officials had a "Double Standard!" in their ...

Worldwide 2nd Kansas sheriff's deputy dies after shooting
Author: 0 2nd Kansas sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

Sources tell KSN media partners Antoine Fielder allegedly shot and killed Wyandotte County Deputy Patrick Rohrer , 35, and Theresa King, 44, as he was being transferred from the Wyandotte County Courthouse. Kelli Bailiff said at a news conference. The death of Rohrer and King follows three other shootings of Wyandotte County law enforcement officers in the past three years, according to the Star .

Worldwide France edge Australia with helping hand from VAR
Author: 0 France edge Australia with helping hand from VAR

Antoine Griezmann converted to give them the lead after a goalless first half, but Mile Jedinak struck from the spot to equalise minutes later before Paul Pogba's deflected strike hit the bar and bounced in for a late victor. But the French showed guts to secure the three points with a good pressing toward the end. Also, Hull City's Jackson Irvine would also come on in the second half to help Australia compete against France's all-star team which included the likes of Antoine ...

Worldwide I did a great service in firing ex-FBI chief Comey
Author: 0 I did a great service in firing ex-FBI chief Comey

The findings have no direct bearing on a separate Justice Department special counsel probe on Russia's alleged interference in the election, and the possibility there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow. DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz wrote that he found Comey's use of personal email to be "inconsistent with Department policy", citing what he called "the absence of exigent circumstances and the frequency with which the use of personal email occurred".

Worldwide ROK official: No change to U.S. troops in S. Korea
Author: 0 ROK official: No change to U.S. troops in S. Korea

They agreed to continue close consultations to implement the agreement at the North Korea-U.S. summit, including detailed discussions on joint military exercises, particularly the upcoming Ulchi Freedom Guardian in August. officials and defence analysts said Trump's decision on joint military exercises could weaken allied defenses in the Asia-Pacific, and potentially damage diplomatic relations in the region.

Worldwide How Donald Trump Shivved a Compromise GOP Immigration Bill
Author: 0 How Donald Trump Shivved a Compromise GOP Immigration Bill

The Goodlatte bill has zero chance of getting out of the House, let alone passing the Senate, where it will need at least a handful of Democrats to clear a cloture vote. The measure would make sweeping changes to the nation's immigration system, shifting preference from the family members of USA citizens to employment-based criteria, and creating a special visa program that would give young unauthorized immigrants the chance to become citizens based on factors like employment and education.

Worldwide S. Korea hints at suspending military drills with US
Author: 0 S. Korea hints at suspending military drills with US

Its view was echoed by the conservative opposition Liberty Korea Party, whose leader Hong Joon-Pyo castigated the summit as a "great failure". Actually, concerns about North Korean missiles and nuclear weapons reached a peak last year, during Trump's first year in office, as the North conducted more tests and Trump and Kim aimed ever more fiery rhetoric at each other.

Worldwide President Trump says North Korea returning remains of US soldiers
Author: 0 President Trump says North Korea returning remains of US soldiers

I call them war games. "I hated it from the day I came in". "While dialogue continues between the two Koreas and the U.S. and North Korea , we will carefully consider whether to suspend the Korea-U.S. The Trump administration says nearly 2,000 children have been separated from their families at the border over a six-week period, from April 19 through May 31, under a policy cracking down on illegal entry.

Worldwide Prof John Stremlau on the Trump-Kim Summit
Author: 0 Prof John Stremlau on the Trump-Kim Summit

The meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un marked a historic occasion as it was the first time that the North Korean leader left his country to meet an global counterpart since taking power in 2011. Rocky Kim, who describes the North Korean leader as an intelligent and crafty negotiator, said failing to secure firm pledges was both a mistake and a missed opportunity to seek some transparency on affairs in the country that has long functioned behind a curtain of secrecy.

Worldwide Police arrest suspect in Shujaat Bukhari murder case
Author: 0 Police arrest suspect in Shujaat Bukhari murder case

Terming the killing of Shujaat Bukhari as an assault on moderation, sanity and the very essence of democracy, Dr Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah sought a speedy probe into the killing and said the Government must ensure that the culprits are brought to justice as soon as possible.

Worldwide Oxfam claims French border guards abuse child migrants
Author: 0 Oxfam claims French border guards abuse child migrants

The Aquarius and two Italian ships that took on some of the 629 passengers are expected to arrive in Valencia on Saturday night, weather conditions permitting, said SOS Mediterranee co-founder Sophie Beau, whose charity operates the aid ship.

Author: 0 Malala Yousafzai shooter dead: Taliban boss dead in USA drone strike

The US military said on Thursday it carried out a strike targeting a senior militant leader in Afghanistan. Fazlullah, also known by the alias Radio Mullah or Maulana Radio due to his long sermons on a private radio channel, and his commanders were having an Iftar party at a compound when a remotely piloted U.S.

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