• North Korea summit: Donald Trump says Kim aide in U.S. for talks

    North Korea summit: Donald Trump says Kim aide in U.S. for talks

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    The Trump administration is believed to have granted him a temporary waiver this time to allow him to NY, where North Korea has a diplomatic mission to the United Nations. Moon has been scrambling to salvage a 12 June summit between Trump and Kim in Singapore after Trump abruptly cancelled the meeting on Thursday. Details of those talks hadn't emerged yet.
  • Hamas says Gaza ceasefire reached following intense fighting with Israel

    Hamas says Gaza ceasefire reached following intense fighting with Israel

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    Tuesday's violence bore a striking resemblance to the run-up to past wars. The majority of the Palestinians killed were shot by Israeli snipers after the protesters approached the Gaza border fence. In fact, it creates a bypass route through Egypt into Israeli territory. But Israel has faced worldwide criticism and calls for an independent investigation over its use of live fire during the protests and clashes along the border.
  • 'Murdered' Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko is alive

    'Murdered' Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko is alive

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    According to the SBU, the Russian special services ordered the murder of Babchenko and paid an unnamed Ukrainian citizen, $40,000 to organize the murder. The 41-year-old is one of Russia's best-known war reporters. Kiev police reported on Tuesday evening about an attack on Babchenko, in which he was allegedly gunned down.
  • PLOT TWIST: Russian Journo ‘Murdered’ By Kremlin Agents…Is Alive

    PLOT TWIST: Russian Journo ‘Murdered’ By Kremlin Agents…Is Alive

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    Vasyl Gritsak, head of the Ukrainian Security Service, announced at a news conference Wednesday that the security agency and the police had solved Babchenko's slaying. Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko , a prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin, was shot dead on Tuesday in Ukraine's capital city.
  • Senior N. Korean official's U.S. visit reminiscent of 2000 trip

    Senior N. Korean official's U.S. visit reminiscent of 2000 trip

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    Its demands could include a reduced United States military role in South Korea or an end to the American nuclear "umbrella" over South Korea and Japan. Trump last week said he was pulling out of the scheduled June 12 meeting in Singapore , citing North Korea's "open hostility ", but then said the talks could still happen.
  • 'Spiderman' rescues child dangling from balcony

    'Spiderman' rescues child dangling from balcony

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    The child was rescued by 22-year-old Mamoudou Gassama , an undocumented Malian migrant. "It is only right that the nation be grateful", Macron told the 22-year-old, before telling him his immigration status would be "put in order", reports Agency France-Presse .
  • Woman escapes armed boyfriend by slipping note to veterinarian

    Woman escapes armed boyfriend by slipping note to veterinarian

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    Floyd allegedly only agreed to travel to the vets accompanied with a gun, which he pointed at his girlfriend before threatening to kill her and her family while on the journey there. DeLand police responded to the incident and were able to detain Floyd and remove his weapon. The woman was taken to the hospital and treated for a head wound, a black eye, bruises on her arms and legs, and scratches on her hands and fingers, the News-Journal reported .
  • Suspect in custody after active shooter report at in middle school

    Suspect in custody after active shooter report at in middle school

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    Officials say they will not yet release the conditions of the victims. He said the class was taking a science test when the student shooter came into the classroom and fired "four to six" times before Seaman subdued him. His LinkedIn indicated that he's been a science teacher for Noblesville schools for nearly four years. Noblesville West Middle School , located about 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis, serves about 1,300 students , according to statistics reported to the Department ...
  • Northern Ireland abortion reforms 'a test of May's feminism'

    Northern Ireland abortion reforms 'a test of May's feminism'

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    The referendum repeals Ireland's Eighth Amendment , which was added to the constitution in 1983, which banned abortion in Ireland unless there was a "real and substantial risk" to the mother's life. Although she had requested an abortion after developing these complications, doctors by law were unable to perform the necessary termination that could have saved Savita her life.