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World China sends trade war warning as Donald Trump's tariff deadline looms
Author: 0 China sends trade war warning as Donald Trump's tariff deadline looms

China and the US have had good communication and made positive, concrete progress on implementing consensus reached by the two sides in Washington, DC, according to a Chinese statement released on Sunday. Commerce Department. Still, Beijing warned that any deal would be void if Washington went ahead with proposed tariffs. "We regret that our common work together at the level of the G-7 has been put at risk by the decisions taken by the American administration on trade and on tariffs", he ...

World Kim Jong Un 'fires North Korea's top three military generals'
Author: 0 Kim Jong Un 'fires North Korea's top three military generals'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a recent meeting that he was well aware of the abduction issue with Japan, according to Japanese sources. Because Congress has already passed certain mandatory sanctions against North Korea, Congress would likely have to take some action to waive them before the United States could fully participate in which North Korea committed to fully denuclearize.

World Volcano Eruption Leaves at Least 25 Dead in Guatemala
Author: 0 Volcano Eruption Leaves at Least 25 Dead in Guatemala

Later, 18 bodies are said to have been found in the village of San Miguel Los Lotes . An ambulance of the volunteer firefighter unit carries the wounded from the village of El Porvenir after the eruption. Officials warn that the eruption still poses a risk, especially given the possibility of continued pyroclastic flows . Disaster agency chief Sergio Cabanas also said Monday that helicopters had rescued 10 people from areas hit by thick ash, mud or lava.

World Explosion Near Clerics Gathering Leaves Seven Dead
Author: 0 Explosion Near Clerics Gathering Leaves Seven Dead

He added that the terrorists did not want the Afghan clerics to convey their message of peace, humanity, mercy, compassion as well as the message of fighting hostility, violence and terrorism to the country's people and other nations. "As the war in which tens of people die on a daily basis is prolonged... then both sides, the government and the Taliban , should come to the negotiation table and put an end to the calamity".

World Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in
Author: 0 Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in "gay wedding" cake case

The case pitted Phillips' First Amendment claims of artistic freedom against the anti-discrimination arguments of the Colorado commission, and the two men Phillips turned away in 2012. But he said this ruling would not apply to other similar disputes. "And to me it is one of the most despicable pieces of rhetoric that people can use to use their religion to hurt others".

World Melania Trump to make first public appearance after hospitalization
Author: 0 Melania Trump to make first public appearance after hospitalization

Melania Trump was in attendance of the summit in Italy previous year, where she made her debut as the First Lady of the US. The White House said late on Sunday that the president and first lady would host a reception on Monday evening for the families of service members killed in the line of duty.

World Giuliani says Trump would fight subpoena, not pardon himself
Author: 0 Giuliani says Trump would fight subpoena, not pardon himself

Trump, for his part, has a few times lambasted Mueller's investigation, calling it "witch hunt". Giuliani has told the Associated Press that the president's legal team believes the special counsel does not have the authority to do so. Topics of Mueller's obstruction investigation include the firings of both Comey and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, as well Trump's reaction to Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal from the Russian Federation investigation.

Author: 0 Man shot by police officer at Germany's Berlin Cathedral

According to AFP news agency, the entrance to the cathedral has been cordoned by the police, while several officers have been patrolling the scene of the incident. Police later said that they had shot at a man "rampaging" in the church, and that he had been injured in the leg. The spokesman said that there was no sign the incident had been motivated by terrorism.

World Nationalists back in power in Catalonia, say target independence
Author: 0 Nationalists back in power in Catalonia, say target independence

Sanchez, the leader of Spain's Socialist Party, came to power after he successfully ousted predecessor Mariano Rajoy, who lost a no-confidence vote in parliament on Friday. The ceremony marks the end of a period of direct rule in Catalonia by Spain's central government. "We need to sit around the same table and negotiate, government to government", he said.

World Trump's tweet about jobs report raises questions
Author: 0 Trump's tweet about jobs report raises questions

The president and other senior members of his administration are privy to the numbers a day before their release, but a Bureau of Economic Analysis rule bars executive-branch employees from commenting until an hour after the numbers are officially made public.

World Dancing off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigation agent drops gun and shoots bystander
Author: 0 Dancing off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigation agent drops gun and shoots bystander

An unidentified off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigation agent was having a fab time at a bar on Saturday in Denver, Colorado when he chose to take his moves to the dance floor and do a backflip. The man, who was not badly injured, was taken to a local hospital, a Denver police spokesman said. "No one really knew what was going on". The victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to be OK.

World Syria's Assad says will visit North Korea, news agency reports
Author: 0 Syria's Assad says will visit North Korea, news agency reports

As for the size of Kim Jong Un's letter? Last week, Trump abruptly pulled out from the historic planned summit with Kim scheduled to take place on June 12 in Singapore , citing hostile comments made by Pyongyang. Speaking in Kentucky, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he expected the North Koreans to make "every effort they can to get sanctions and other relief and give up as little as possible".

World G7 allies prepare for clash over tariffs with Trump at leaders' summit
Author: 0 G7 allies prepare for clash over tariffs with Trump at leaders' summit

US?President Donald Trump on Thursday made good on a threat to impose permanent tariffs of 25% on steel imports and 10% on aluminium imports from the EU, Mexico and Canada , ending temporary exemptions they had been granted. And that's consistently held across the six countries that expressed their point of view to Secretary Mnuchin", Morneau told reporters in Whistler .

World Alleged IS supporter encouraged terrorists to target 4-year-old Prince George
Author: 0 Alleged IS supporter encouraged terrorists to target 4-year-old Prince George

The Isis fanatic, who taught at the Mohamadi Mosque in Nelson, Lancashire, passionately suggested targeting 4-year-old Prince George at his £18,000-a-year ($34,000) prep school. Mundy said the channels included " terror resources, guides and videos and more for the lone Mujahideen ". He also plotted to bring down an aircraft with lasers with a British terrorist in Syria, the court heard.

World U.S. isolated as G7 ministerial draws to a close
Author: 0 U.S. isolated as G7 ministerial draws to a close

Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso criticized Washington's decision as "deeply deplorable", adding that it was the "US against everyone else". Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said the U.S. "Given that we export some pretty complex steel products to the United States which are part of their national security programmes themselves, this reasoning that is given is wrong and therefore we believe unlawful".

World Indian CRPF vehicle runs over Kashmiri youth in Srinagar
Author: 0 Indian CRPF vehicle runs over Kashmiri youth in Srinagar

The CRPF vehicle was negotiating its way through the protesters hurling stones outside a mosque in Nowhatta area after Friday prayers when it ran over Bhat. According to reports from PTI, authorities had pulled the plug on mobile internet and imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar to keep peace after Qaiser died.

World Countries have ripped USA on trade
Author: 0 Countries have ripped USA on trade

G-7 finance officials agreed that "decisive action is needed" on the tariff issue at a summit of G-7 leaders next week in Charlevoix, Quebec. Trump tells reporters of America's neighbors: "these are two very different countries". The steel and aluminium tariffs could also complicate the United States administration's efforts to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, a pact which Mr Trump has condemned as a job-killing "disaster".

World United States military killed almost 500 civilians in 2017, Pentagon says
Author: 0 United States military killed almost 500 civilians in 2017, Pentagon says

During the first year of the Trump presidency, bombing operations in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan were all stepped up. "NGO reports of strikes attributed to the USA military, particularly their identification of civilian deaths, may be further complicated by the deliberate spread of misinformation by some actors, including terrorist organizations", Major Harris said.

World Italy's Giuseppe Conte to be sworn in as PM
Author: 0 Italy's Giuseppe Conte to be sworn in as PM

The US dollar fell on Wednesday as the euro recovered from 10-month lows after reports that Italy's biggest party would make a renewed attempt to form a coalition government and end months of political turmoil. The political landscape in Italy has shifted swiftly in the last two days. Salvini will also be interior minister, with authority over immigration, and Di Maio gets the Labour and Industry portfolio.

World N Carolina budget nearing Cooper's desk after more votes
Author: 0 N Carolina budget nearing Cooper's desk after more votes

Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, attacking federal employee unions and promoting extreme immigration policies" as evidence of accomplishments in office thus far. But, Knight says he isn't anxious about facing one of them in November. Really, the only issue that the voters at this event really cared about was winning.

World Family of Man Killed by Deputy in His Garage Awarded Just $4
Author: 0 Family of Man Killed by Deputy in His Garage Awarded Just $4

Hill had a blood alcohol level of almost 0.40 percent. The gunshot victim's family was awarded $0.04 in damages - as in 4 cents, less than the price of a plastic bag in Washington, DC - for the death of Gregory Vaughn Hill, a total slap in the face in the eyes of the family's attorney.

World Stormy's lawyer ends bid for role in Cohen case
Author: 0 Stormy's lawyer ends bid for role in Cohen case

The attorney for adult film star Stormy Daniels , Michael Avenatti , is back in the news this week claiming a Wall Street Journal article Monday is not true. Avenatti's motion, he said, was "sidestepping his intentionally malicious and prejudicial release of that information". If he were allowed to represent his client before the court, Avenatti would have to stop his "publicity tour"-Wood said the term was not meant "in degradation", but as something he was able to do now, but which he ...

World Discovery shows man was crushed by stone as he fled Pompeii eruption
Author: 0 Discovery shows man was crushed by stone as he fled Pompeii eruption

They released a photograph showing the skeleton protruding from beneath a large block of stone, believed to have been a door jamb that had been "violently thrown by the volcanic cloud". Analysis of his right leg shows that he was disabled due to injury, which deprived him of the opportunity to escape when the volcano exploded in 79 ad, burying the city under a layer of stones and ashes.

World Oxford drops to fifth in University world rankings
Author: 0 Oxford drops to fifth in University world rankings

Cambridge and Oxford take fourth and fifth place respectively, but most United Kingdom universities lose ground. Among 48 disciplines, the university ranked in the top 50 in seven that were examined this year, including environmental sciences, anatomy and physiology, biological sciences, earth and marine sciences, and developmental studies.

World United States defends latest tariffs on China products
Author: 0 United States defends latest tariffs on China products

That comes after Mnuchin said that the USA and China trade tit-for-tat was " on hold " after the two nations agreed to pause tariff threats earlier this month. The latest threat to impose restrictions come ahead of Trade Representative Rob Lighthizer's trip to China for negotiations on the relationship between Beijing and Washington , which is planned for this weekend.

World Concern over Saudi arrests of women's rights activists
Author: 0 Concern over Saudi arrests of women's rights activists

Al-Shaalan's work has been published in a number of journals, including "Methods of Care for Children Living in Orphanages in Saudi Arabia (an exploratory field study)" in the Journal of International Education Research, and "Chronic Back Pain, Anxiety, and Depression: A case study of five female Saudi patients" in the Egyptian Journal of Psychological Studies.