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Germany's decision on Erdogan's rally will not remain unanswered


Gabriel says those requests must be handled on a case-by-case basis, according to German law. On Wednesday Ankara has officially requested permission for Erdogan to address Germany-based Turkish citizens during his visit, Gabriel told accompanying him journalists during his trip to Russian Federation. Read More »

Messi's wedding: Maradona, Enrique not invited


Messi is believed to have celebrated his 30th birthday with family and friends in Rosario earlier this week, however he kept out of the limelight ahead of his upcoming bash. Stars across the football and entertainment worlds gather in the northern Argentina city of Rosario on Friday for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi weds his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo . Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation agent indicted in LaVoy Finicum shooting


W. Joseph Astarita was indicted on five felony charges after the inspector general of the U.S. Justice Department previous year began investigating possible FBI misconduct and whether there was a cover-up. In the cab, ranchers Finicum, Shawna Cox, Ryan Bundy and 18-year-old gospel singer Victoria Sharp debated their next move. Plowing into a snowbank, Finicum climbed out of the truck with his hands raised. Read More »

Brian Head Fire has burned almost 50000 acres


The National Forest Service said firefighters have carved containment lines around just 1 percent of the blaze's perimeter, and a Yavapai County spokesman said an estimated 3,000 homes and other buildings were under threat. Evacuations remain in Mayer and other towns as firefighters battle a blaze that's about burned 32 square miles (83 square kilometers) of dense shrubbery. Read More »

Nobel prize laureate Liu Xiaobo released from Chinese prison, after cancer diagnosis


Xiaobo was the first Chinese citizen to win the Noble Peace Prize in 2010 for his long and peaceful campaign for human rights in the country. He has no special plans. It called for Chinese political liberalization, and brought Liu a 15-year prison sentence for " inciting subversion of state power". While the global community has united in a chorus of condemnation in response to Monday's news, Beijing maintains that he is a criminal, convicted of subverting state power. Read More »

The First Video Of Otto Warmbier Returning Home Is Heartbreaking


North Korea said Thursday it released Warmbier over "humanitarian" reasons, its first official comment since he was returned to his home state of OH in a coma . "I call on them to release the other Americans being held", he urged about three other United States citizens still being detained by the rogue regime. Read More »

Germany slams Saudi Arabia's 'provocative' demands on Qatar

Corker's committee and its counterpart in the lower chamber, the House foreign affairs committee, have the ability to review arms deals once the executive branch officially proposes them. Qatar has been given 10 days to meet the demands, but the Saudi-led group has not said what action it would take if the deadline is not met. The paper added that Tillerson and Corker have forged a strong working relationship in the secretary's first few months on the job, and congressional and ... Read More »

California father denies allegation he killed missing son


It's also not clear why the California native was in Nevada at the time of his arrest. Aramazd Andressian was arrested by #Los Angeles Detectives on Friday afternoon. His auto was found nearby doused with gasoline, and he had no explanation for his son's disappearance. The vehicle was doused in gasoline and there was a rag sticking out of the gas tank. Read More »

Islamic State counterattacks west Mosul areas captured by Iraq

Federal forces backed a US-led coalition launched an offensive to retake the country's second city from IS more than eight months ago. Last week, Isis blew up the city's 12th century Grand Mosque , from which leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced the creation of the so-called caliphate after his troops swept across northern Iraq from Syria in the summer of 2014. Read More »

Pelosi defends leadership following special election loss

Cedric Richmond, the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus. On MSNBC's "Morning Joe", Ryan predicted it would be hard for Democrats to win back the House with Pelosi as Minority Leader. But Pelosi's camp signaled she is taking the grumbling seriously. In a tweet on Thursday, President Donald Trump taunted Pelosi. "People in OH don't grab me about Russian Federation at all when I'm home", Ryan said . Read More »

7 killed as cable vehicle plummets in Gulmarg

Police sources said people from several cable cars - former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah put their number at 15 - were struck or fell off down a valley in the tourist haven Gulmarg as movement came to a stop after the incident and the cars began to sway dangerously. Read More »

Congressional women's team hits practice field


Sources close to the senior Republican said he remained in a critical condition . The House of Representatives' No. 3 Republican leader was in grave condition when he was first shot. "Tonight we're all team Scalise". President Donald Trump spoke at the White House, saying Scalise's condition is more hard than initially thought. Read More »

British PM offers support to evacuated residents

Ms Gould said it was expected the work would take three or four weeks, adding: "We realise that this is hugely distressing for everyone affected and we will be doing all we can, alongside the London Fire Brigade and other authorities, to support our residents at this hard time". Read More »

Hampshire Pride chief slams Theresa May over DUP talks

After chairing a Cabinet meeting followed by her meeting with the DUP leader at Downing Street, May is set to travel to Paris to hold talks with French President Emmanuel Macron. The British prime minister meant to secure her Brexit mandate when she announced the elections on the 18th of April, because "The country is coming together but Westminster is not". Read More »

Modi attends BJP Parliamentary Board meeting

Paswan said his party will stand by the Prime Minister's decision while the Samajwadi Party is understood to have favoured a politician as the new President. Meanwhile, AIADMK leader M. Thambidurai has said, "The party will meet soon and announce support to the Presidential candidate". Naidu also met Samajwadi Party's Ram Gopal Yadav and Naresh Agrawal. Read More »

Finally, Britain kicks off Brexit negotiations with EU

Mr Barnier and Mr Davis will reconvene for a second round of talks in the week commencing July 17. "It was very important and useful to start off on the right foot as the clock is ticking", Barnier said Monday after the talks, held at the European Commission's headquarters in Brussels. Read More »

Trump Tweets Poll Showing 50 Percent Approval; 'Higher Than O's!'


Seventy-two percent approve of the job Mr. Trump is doing, a decline of eleven points since April. A new CBS News poll released on Tuesday showed that President Donald Trump's approval rating had crashed to yet another all-time low - and it seems that even Republicans are jumping ship over his bungling of the Russian Federation probe. Read More »

Special counsel investigating Trump for possible obstruction of justice


And on Monday, a close friend of Trump's said the president is considering firing Mueller, a move that echoes Richard Nixon ordering the termination of the special prosecutor during the Watergate scandal. Ruddy said he thought firing Mueller would be a "significant mistake". Ruddy said in an interview Monday with Judy Woodruff of PBS, "I think he's weighing that option". Read More »

Trump Administration Revokes Obama-Era Immigration Program Protecting Immigrant Parents


I don't think we have commented yet on President Trump's decision to continue, for now, President Obama's amnesty program (known as DACA ) for illegal immigrants who came to the United States as small children. Enrollees are granted legal status and work permits, renewable every two years. "No work permits will be terminated prior to their current expiration dates", the guidance reads . Read More »

Wildfires in Portugal kill at least 58


The ceremony took place before the teams' match Sunday at the Confederations Cup tournament. "So what we must do now is to calmly provide all the resources to fight the fires ". So far, no one has been reported killed by the fire inside a house. Gomes said that 14 civilians had been injured, 10 of them seriously, along with six firefighters . Read More »

Republicans divided as Trump reverses some Obama Cuba policy

Even as Trump predicted a quick end to Cuban President Raul Castro's regime, he challenged Cuba to negotiate better agreements for Americans, Cubans and those whose identities lie somewhere in between. Trump, taking a tougher approach against Havana after promising to do so during the presidential campaign, will outline stricter enforcement of a long-time ban on Americans going to Cuba as tourists and will seek to prevent US dollars from being used to fund what the new USA ... Read More »

South Korean coach Uli Stielike fired after World Cup qualifier defeat


The announcement came just a day after the South Korean squad returned home from Doha, where they lost to Qatar 2-3 in the Asian qualifying tournament for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, reports Xinhua news agency. "I'm also in the position to bring results, but couldn't produce what we wanted". South Korean media have speculated about possible replacements including Huh Jung Moo, who led the team to the last 16 at the 2010 World Cup, and Under-20 coach Shin Tae Young. Read More »

Erdogan's Guards to Be Charged in Beating of Protesters, US Officials Say


Sinan Narin of Virginia was arrested at his job near McLean, Virginia and charged with felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor assault or threatened assault in a menacing manner. The civilians involved enjoy no such political protection. Holman declined to comment to a reporter, as is office policy. The incident outside the Turkish Ambassador's Residence during Erdogan's visit to Washington has strained U.S. Read More »

Family: Michigan native shot multiple times in chest, arm


Lobbyist Matt Mika , 38, was shot in his chest and arm, suffered massive trauma and is in the intensive care unit at George Washington University Hospital here. He is undergoing surgery. He's now director of government relations for Tyson Foods Washington office. The congressman said Mika's status as an "overachiever" goes back to his days playing football and baseball at Michigan's Adrian College . Read More »

Iran kills terror chief behind parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini shrine attack


On June 7, a twin terrorist attack in the Iranian capital of Tehran left at least 12 people dead and more than 40 injured. Two days later, suicide bombings and shootings in Tehran killed 17 people. "America is a terrorist country and backs terrorism... therefore, we can not normalize ties with such a country", Khamenei said. During the Barack Obama era, Iran enjoyed the opportunity to fill the vacuum in the Middle East after the White House abandoned its traditional allies, like Turkey ... Read More »

Xbox One S now available with a $50 price price cut


The two important points in the tweet are the mention of the price at $499, which was also the launch price of the original Xbox One bundled with Kinect. Microsoft confirmed it will not announce Halo 6 at E3, but did promise that there could be a "little something" for fans of that franchise. With 15,000 regular consumers joining the conference this year, it will be a good test for the industry to see how actual people feel about the experiences on offer. Read More »

Wonder Woman Soundly Defeats The Mummy At The US Box Office


The reboot of the cinematic monster from Comcast Corp .'s Universal Pictures . opened to a weak $32.2 million in the USA and Canada, according to studio estimates. Lesson learned: Fear the walking dead. Clark said " Bride of Frankenstein " is on deck, and there are "others in place". Directed by Trey Edward Shults ( Krisha ), the $5 million film stars Joel Edgerton as a man trying to protect his family from an unnatural threat, only to find his plan go awry upon the arrival of another ... Read More »

Qatar Petroleum says production not impacted by Gulf crisis

On June 5, Bahrain , Saudi Arabia, Egypt , the United Arab Emirates , as well as Yemen, the interim government of Libya, Mauritius and the Maldives announced they severed diplomatic relations with Qatar, accusing Doha of supporting terrorism and extremist ideology, of hostile policy and meddling in the affairs of the Arab states. Read More »