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Worldwide Donald Trump refers to Prince Charles as 'Prince of Whales' in tweet
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Mr Trump was defending his controversial comments that if foreign governments offered his campaign damaging information against a 2020 rival that "I think I'd want to hear it". In the tweet, he accused media reporting the statement of "fake news". His remarks are of interest in the USA due to ongoing claims of Russian involvement in his election campaign.

Author: 0 Mayor ‘sick’ by video of police encounter with young family

Spiro is seeking charges against one of the police officers for child neglect and assisting the family with their already on-going civil lawsuit against the city of Phoenix , in which they are seeking $10 million in damages. "We owe it to our residents", she said. "I made him spread his feet". "When I tell you to do something you f*****g do it", the policeman yelled. Officers were responding to a shoplifting report and could be heard screaming, "I'm going to put a cap in your ass", and ...

Worldwide Front Altair leaves Iran waters after Gulf of Oman attacks
Author: 0 Front Altair leaves Iran waters after Gulf of Oman attacks

Saudi Arabia called for swift action to secure Gulf energy supplies, after the United States blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tankers in a vital oil shipping route that have raised fears of broader confrontation in the region. Mr Hunt had earlier said Britain's assessment "leads us to conclude that responsibility for the attacks nearly certainly lies with Iran". Hours earlier, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had blamed Tehran , citing US assessment based on intelligence, type of ...

Worldwide Possible successor may Boris Johnson has admitted to cocaine use
Author: 0 Possible successor may Boris Johnson has admitted to cocaine use

Mr Hancock, health secretary and West Suffolk MP, secured just 20 votes in the first ballot of Conservative MPs, which left him in sixth place in the race to be the next leader. Foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said earlier on Friday that Johnson's Brexit proposals had to be scrutinized. So it's going to boil down to how numerous 30 extra votes Boris Johnson can take on Tuesday.

Worldwide Storms to impact Father’s Day weekend
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There is a slight chance for some scattered storms, generally after Midnight. That chance for storms will linger with us into Saturday morning . Severe weather is not expected, but frequent lightning and some pockets of heavy rain will be possible with any storms that develop.

Worldwide Centre seeks reports from Mamata Banerjee government on political violence, doctors` strike
Author: 0 Centre seeks reports from Mamata Banerjee government on political violence, doctors` strike

The country's top medical body also announced a nationwide strike on Monday. Meanwhile, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has appealed to the doctors all over the country to end their agitation and return to work. It also demanded legislation to safeguard doctors. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has sought a report from the West Bengal government on growing incidents of political violence in the State.

Worldwide Not just moms, even dads are shamed, reveals survey
Author: 0 Not just moms, even dads are shamed, reveals survey

According to a new survey, almost half of American dads said they were criticised for their parenting styles . Almost a third of fathers also felt judged for not paying enough attention to children and an equal number said they were told they played too rough.

Worldwide PM Modi invites Kyrgyzstan to explore untapped business potential
Author: 0 PM Modi invites Kyrgyzstan to explore untapped business potential

This will be the second CHS meeting after India became a member of SCO. "In a major outcome of the visit, both countries have made a decision to add strategic dimension to our ties to boost our relationship in defence & security, trade & investment, health, education & development cooperation, among other areas", External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted after the talks between the two leaders.

Worldwide The Origins Of Cannabis Smoking: Marijuana Use In The First Millennium BC
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New evidence from this rural area of Xinjiang in China suggests that cannabis was being smoked 2,500 years ago, the earliest conclusive evidence of its use as a drug. It's still unclear, though, whether the locals actively cultivated cannabis , or simply sought out higher THC-producing plants. "Our study implies knowledge of cannabis smoking and specific high-chemical-producing varieties of the cannabis plant were among the cultural traditions that spread along these exchange routes".

Worldwide Navalny among hundreds arrested at protest over Golunov's 'framing'
Author: 0 Navalny among hundreds arrested at protest over Golunov's 'framing'

While welcoming Golunov's release, a spokeswoman for the European Union on foreign affairs said the trend in Russian Federation with regard to media freedom "remains worrying". Golunov was released yesterday after an unprecedented solidarity campaign to draw attention to false drug charges against him. Sergei Udaltsov, a left-wing political activist, said the Golunov case was an important moment.

Worldwide Helicopter crashes into building in Manhattan: Fire department
Author: 0 Helicopter crashes into building in Manhattan: Fire department

As footage showed authorities blocking off roads and fire trucks and police vehicles surrounding the building, police urged the public to avoid the area "due to an ongoing police investigation". Recent York City Mayor Invoice de Blasio told reporters later that the one fatality became believed to the pilot. The fire on top of the building has since been brought under control.

Worldwide Trump embraces Poland, attacks Germany once again
Author: 0 Trump embraces Poland, attacks Germany once again

US officials said this week that Trump was expected to announce that he will send about 1,000 additional troops and a squadron of Reaper drones to Poland to aid its self-defense amid concerns about Russian military activity. Senior administration officials say the move would be in compliance with the NATO-Russia Founding Act, which guides relations between NATO and Russia.

Author: 0 Donald Trump boasts of meeting with Prince of 'Whales'

But his new version did not change another inaccurate reference, this time to the "Queen of England". The heir to the throne, who is, in fact, the Prince of Wales, met President Trump during his state visit to the United Kingdom earlier this month.

Worldwide Mexico migrant deal includes regional asylum plan - document
Author: 0 Mexico migrant deal includes regional asylum plan - document

Mexico's leaders showed they weren't willing to play along. President López Obrador's government also said that it would take in several thousand people seeking asylum in the United States while their cases were... Details of the agreement will be released shortly by the State Department. Republicans previously pleaded with Trump to remove steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada and Mexico, and they've publicly anxious about the lasting impact of changes to global commerce as a result of ...

Worldwide South Northamptonshire MP Andrea Leadsom OUT of Tory leadership race
Author: 0 South Northamptonshire MP Andrea Leadsom OUT of Tory leadership race

He said he only had six declared votes ahead of the poll, but "more than three times that" voted for him in the secret ballot . All the campaigners promise to finalize Brexit divorce and a lot of them also promise to stop Boris Johnson from becoming prime minister and taking the country into a no-deal Brexit .

Author: 0 Federal Bureau of Investigation joins probe into mystery deaths in Dominican Republic

She said: "He started feeling very sick, he had blood in his urine and stool right afterward". Arnold further explained that the hotel doctor had checked Wallace, and decided on April 13 that he had to be hospitalized. The FBI is assisting Dominican authorities on the ground with all six deaths. Meanwhile, a DE woman named Tammy Lawrence-Daley said she was attacked in the Dominican Republic at another all-inclusive resort while she was vacationing with her husband and some friends.

Worldwide Yemen rebels hit Saudi airport, coalition vows action
Author: 0 Yemen rebels hit Saudi airport, coalition vows action

The Saudi-led coalition which is fighting the Houthis in Yemen said that the injured victims were of "different nationalities". The missile struck the Abha International Airport, around 125 miles from the Saudi-Yemen border, at 2.21am, according to the Saudi government.