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Church bus crashes in Atlanta area; 1 killed, others injured

The church group was from the Mount Zion Baptist Church in Huntsville , Alabama , police said. The bus, carrying student missionaries of a church, crashed around 3:30 p.m. Grady officials say other hospitals in the area - Atlanta Medical Center and Southern Regional Medical Center - also received patients but they didn't know how many.

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German music festival evacuated over terror threat

Music fans at Rock am Ring were last night told to leave the main festival arena "in a controlled and orderly fashion". "Police from the nearby city of Koblenz said they had received information about a 'concrete threat, '" the Independent reports .

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Senators to ask about Trump pushback on Russia investigation

The same committee will hold a hearing Wednesday on US surveillance laws, featuring Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Our live stream of the hearing begins at 9:45 a.m. The meeting also addressed the unverified dossier published by Buzzfeed that contained salacious material regarding a Trump visit to Russian Federation.

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Putin warns no one would survive nuclear war between Russia, US

Kelly's interview , which aired on the debut of her newsmagazine, "Sunday Night with Megan Kelly", on Sunday, "became machine-gun like", Stone said , and was an example of how American journalism frequently leaves little room for nuance. Chechnya have rounded up, tortured and even murdered individuals who are believed to be gay". On the prospect of a war between nuclear superpowers: "As of today a missile shield would not protect the territory of the United States".

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United States report warns of China military development overseas

China started building its first overseas military base in February 2016 in the small nation of Djibouti, where it will be stationed just a few miles from a United States camp. A US defense official said the weapons emplacements are a concern. The report estimates China spent US$180 billion previous year on its military, a figure well above its US$140 billion defense budget.

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Sher Bahadur Deuba elected Nepal's prime minister for fourth time

Deuba, a wily political veteran, stood unopposed in the parliamentary election having struck a deal with his predecessor that some criticised as being undemocratic. A second phase of local election to choose municipal and village council officials is scheduled for June 28. The second round of voting has been delayed twice, but did not impede Deuba's appointment.

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Critics say Trump tweets may undercut legal case

But he would call the order "what we need and what it is - A TRAVEL BAN". "In case it's not obvious, these will only undermine the government's case before #SCOTUS for both a stay & on the merits of the #TravelBan", University of Texas law professor Stephen Vladeck posted on Twitter.

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Tim Cook Says Apple Is Working With UK In Terror Investigations

He said that Apple responded promptly to all requests for data from the police (when, he added, "they've gone through the lawful process") and added that he hoped law enforcement "would say that we've been cooperating well". The environment wasn't the only political difference with Trump that Cook expressed during the interview. Apple has assisted police in the United Kingdom investigate terrorists by sharing information about its users, the company has revealed.

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Backed Syrian Fighters Launch Offensive On Raqqa

The latest airstrikes come as an alliance of USA -backed Kurdish and Arab fighters prepare to officially launch an all-out attack on Raqqa city. Dillon said the SDF had encouraged civilians to quit Raqqa to avoid this fate and had set up screening centers on front lines to separate civilian refugees from fleeing fighters.

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Goldman Sachs USD2.8 Bn Venezuelan bonds purchase creates uproar

Carrying signs reading " Goldman Sachs deals in Blood Money" and chanting " Hunger bonds Goldman Sachs, We will not pay them back", protestors gathered outside the investment bank's headquarters in New York City for the second day in a row to voice their anger over the bank's purchase of billions of dollars' worth of Venezuelan bonds.

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Trump wants fair deal for Americans under Paris agreement: WH

On Tuesday, Modi said in Berlin that it would be a "crime" to spoil the environment for future generations as the world awaits a decision on US climate policy. "If someone leaves a void, I guarantee someone will fill it", said Guterres, who went on to explain what consequences such an exit could have for the US.

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China's Li appeals to Germany for help with certifying C919 jet

In a statement backed by all 28 EU states, the European Union and China will commit to full implementation of the Paris climate agreement , officials from both sides said. Responding to President Donald Trump's decision to pull the USA out of the Paris climate agreement, the European Union is considering taking economic measures that could include halting trade talks, forging closer ties with Russian Federation, and imposing heavy carbon taxes on United States exports.

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Horgan urges Clark to recall legislature, citing softwood, drug crisis

Liberals and B.C. NDP attempt to make a case for forming government. Horgan and B.C. Green leader Andrew Weaver announced their agreement Monday, a "four-year framework" in which the Greens pledge to support an NDP government on confidence votes such as passing a budget and a bill to supply money to the government.

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Antonio Conte to send Tammy Abraham on loan to Newcastle

Newcastle United winger Rolando Aarons says he will stay at the club amidst rumours claiming he could be set to leave after a season ravaged by injury. Meanwhile, Abraham is set for a Premier League loan to Newcastle, who are managed by former Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez. As opposed to sitting on the bench at Chelsea next season.

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How likely is the General Election to result in a hung parliament?

For that to happen, they would need to finish at least 12 points ahead of the Conservatives. One Conservative elected in 2015 told the Huffington Post that Tories "up and down the country are just f****d off". Greater attention was focussed on the debate in the eastern English city of Cambridge after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn announced earlier in the day that he would take part.

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Germany, China pledge to boost ties amid Trump concerns

World leaders pledged Thursday to keep up the fight against global warming and urged Donald Trump to be part of that effort, hours before the USA president was due to announce whether he would pull out of the Paris climate accord. EU officials say they will bring up the South China Sea in the talks on Friday, but they will be wary to avoid a repeat of last year's tense EU-China summit in Beijing, which failed to agree a joint statement because of the maritime issue.

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What does 'covfefe' mean? Social media rushes to define Trump's typo

It has become a regular occurrence at White House press briefings for Sean Spicer to be asked to clarify a tweet of President Trump's . However, Trump seemed to enjoy the fuss and later tweeted: "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"??? ".

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WaPost: Russians Might Get US Diplomatic Compounds Back

In a statement about the sanctions, Obama described them as "a necessary and appropriate response to efforts to harm US interests" and warned that "such activities have consequences". and Russian Federation have reached no agreements", and the next meeting between the two countries will be at the end of the month in St. Petersburg.

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UN chief urges action on climate change as Trump debates

The US president nonetheless faced huge pressure during his first foreign trip since taking office to uphold the pact from both world leaders and Pope Francis, who gave Trump his papal encyclical on climate change during their meeting at the Vatican.

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White House Communications Director Resigns

A top White House communications staffer has resigned as President Donald Trump considers a major staff overhaul amid intensifying inquiries into his campaign's dealings with Russian Federation. While fielding a question about whether Mr Trump was pleased with his administration's messaging - the part of the job Mr Spicer is responsible for - he retorted by bringing the media into disrepute.

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'Something strange' is going on with Trump's Twitter, experts say

In order to push back on mainstream media, Trump's war room team may be using the additional bot followers to trick the Twitter algorithm into trending/promoting Trump's messages. Trump's twitter following is now up to 31 million. Maybe you run a business that sells inflated follower counts, so you create a bunch of bots and direct them to follow your paying customers.

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British Airways operating full flight schedule

British Airways said it has restored full service out of Heathrow and Gatwick Airports today (May 30) following a massive wave of flight cancelations and disruptions caused by a computer system failure . Passengers were being told "do not come to the airports" it was reported that the outage created delays in Rome, Prague, Milan, Stockholm and Malaga.

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To Many Americans, Memorial Day Has Lost Its Meaning

The sea of red, white and blue is a regular sight on Memorial Day in Frankfort Square. "Oh yeah, I've got a lot of buddies buried out here", Everett said. From there, the parade marches to the library for the flag raising ceremony, then to the bridge for the Gold Star Mothers Wreath Ceremony for Veterans.

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Trump Reportedly Told Close Associates U.S. Will Leave Paris Climate Agreement

President Donald Trump on Saturday said he would take another week to decide whether the United States would abide by the 2015 Paris agreement on cutting global carbon emissions. But since taking office, Trump has not moved to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris agreement. "He came here to learn", Cohn said at the summit. The president was warmly received on his opening stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel, though he has come under more pressure in Europe, particularly over the Paris accord.

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SNP ready to join forces with Corbyn against May: Sturgeon

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says the Scottish National Party (SNP) is ready to form a coalition with the UK's Labour Party against Prime Minister Theresa May in the upcoming general election. However, they have also rejected independence from the United Kingdom in a 2015 referendum. "This might suit the two of them but it would be a disaster for Scotland - dragging us back to more division just at the moment when we need to move on, together".

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European allies see the two sides of Trump at G7

Standing alongside his counterparts, the president effectively accused countries who do not meet NATO's goal of spending 2 percent of their gross domestic product of sponging off American taxpayers. and Europe would do well to settle the differences causing friction within the Alliance so they can unite to confront the new-era challenges already rattling their societies.The search for a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director continues.

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USA beats Kiwis on opening day of America's Cup qualifiers

Two-time defending champion Oracle Team USA won't go undefeated in this America's Cup regatta and Groupama Team France won't go winless. But on Sunday, it was Ainslie's Land Rover BAR who seemed to struggle at times with controlling their boat.

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Prime Minsiter Modi meets German Chancellor

France is one of our most important Strategic Partners. Their strategic partnership is based on democratic values and a commitment to an open, inclusive and rules-based global order, including the expansion of the UN Security Council and terrorism.

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Kushner sought secret communications with Russia

This is part of the FBI's ongoing inquiry into alleged meddling by the Kremlin in the election, media reports said. The daily alleged that the discussion of a secret channel adds to a broader pattern of efforts by Trump's closest advisers to obscure their contacts with Russian counterparts.

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UK: Manchester attack investigation still at 'full tilt'

A third of those killed in Monday's bombing were children, while another 116 people were injured. Asked during an interview on BBC television whether some of the group were still at large, Rudd said: "Potentially". "Nobody wants terrorists to have a safe place to exchange information and to be able to plot their awful atrocities". Mr Rowley admitted there were still "gaps in our understanding" of 22-year-old Abedi's network and said it will "take a little more time" to close them.

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Does US believe Western Wall is in Israel?

Such an embassy, to the contrary, would make a clear US declaration that Israel's place in Jerusalem is non-negotiable, so work on the grand peace deal Trump envisions could concentrate on other issues. "The Western Wall is, obviously, one of the holiest sites in the Jewish faith". Palestinian aides have prepared a presentation created to show the president and his entourage how the PA rehabilitated the areas under its control since the end of the second intifada against Israel in 2005.

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Russians 'boasted spies had links to Trump aides' during election campaign

The FBI also informed a House committee that it would not be complying with a Wednesday deadline to turn over memos written by former FBI director James Comey detailing his discussions with President Donald Trump . Page was not immediately available to comment. The House Financial Services Committee sent a letter to Deutsche Bank asking whether any of the president's accounts or loans were backed by Moscow.

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Father of Manchester bomber insists his son is innocent

Abedi's brother has confessed to a Libyan militia that the two of them belonged to Islamic State . Ariana Grande has suspended her European tour through June 5, according to her management. Security officials believe others masterminded his attack on Monday's Manchester concert that killed 22. He said his other son, Ismail, was arrested in England on Tuesday morning.

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1 killed, dozens injured in caste violence in northern India

According to an Outlook report , during her visit to Shabbirpur village, the BSP chief blamed the BJP-led UP government for the continuing violence and said that they had failed to stop their own party brigades from inciting clashes. Saharanpur : Senior Superintendent of Police S Dubey on Wednesday said that 24 people have been arrested so far in connection with the clashes between two communities in Saharanpur yesterday.

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'Peace Is A Choice,' Trump Says During Appearance With Palestinian Leader

What a fascinating time to observe President Donald Trump's first trip overseas. Mr Abbas reiterated his call for a two-state solution to the conflict, including a Palestinian state with east Jerusalem as its capital, insisting that "our problem is not with the Jewish religion, it's with the occupation and settlements, and with Israel not recognising the state of Palestine".

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Oil Halts Advance After Four-Day Gain as OPEC Prepares to Meet

The budget, which will be delivered to Congress on Tuesday, is meant as a proposal and may not take effect in its current form. Brent crude traded up 9 cents at $53.96 per barrel by 11:49 a.m.(1549 GMT). SPR is a USA government-owned complex and is the world's largest supply of emergency crude oil. Saudi Arabia and non-OPEC Russia have been pushing to extend the cuts by nine months until March 2018.

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English wedding: Pippa Middleton marries as royals look on

Now, we finally know that the family didn't break with their "no ring, no bring" tradition - Markle didn't attend the church ceremony. The wedding party included Prince George, a page boy at 3, and 2-year-old Princess Charlotte, a bridesmaid.

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Chris Christie: 'I wouldn't let General Flynn in the White House'

Gov. Chris Christie touted New Jersey employment gains on Monday during a Statehouse news conference at which he also warned voters to choose his successor carefully or risk undoing the economic progress made during his almost eight-year tenure.

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Senate confirms Iowa governor as China envoy

He has been at the helm of Iowa government for more than 22 years. Their first meeting took place in 1985 when Xi was then a local provincial official who led an agriculture delegation to Iowa. Following the vote, he said Branstad had not defended American workers in his own state, and the senator had no faith in his ability to do so as an ambassador.

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Wisconsin unemployment lowest since February 2000

In addition to the low rate, the state has added 11,000 jobs in April. The unemployment rate notched up one-tenth of a percentage point, to 4.9 percent, in April. Manufacturing (-8,100) and logging (-100) were the only sectors to report job losses. The largest job gains were in the healthcare and construction sectors.