• UK Supreme Court rejects woman's appeal in divorce case

    UK Supreme Court rejects woman's appeal in divorce case

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    At present, it is not possible for a couple to divorce without blame being apportioned unless they have separated for at least two years. It is rare for spouses to defend a petition for a divorce, but legislation makes it hard for even mutual divorces when, in the absence of a period living apart, one party must provide evidence of unreasonable behaviour or adultery before the marriage can be ended.
  • Teen Killed, Sister Wounded In Train Station Stabbing Attack

    Teen Killed, Sister Wounded In Train Station Stabbing Attack

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    Cowell was arrested Monday evening at a BART station after a passenger tipped police on his location, the San Francisco Chronicle reported . Cowell was arrested Monday night on a Bay Area Rapid Transit train in the San Francisco Bay Area, about a dozen miles (19 kilometers) from the MacArthur station where Wilson was killed and her sister Letifah Wilson was wounded.
  • Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan elections

    Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan elections

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    Supporters of the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf political party celebrate in the streets of Pakistan. The sound of fire crackers echoed in the night sky. But supporters of jailed ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif said the process was an assault on democracy in a country that has a history of military rule.
  • At least 60 dead in Greece as 'killer' wildfire rages

    At least 60 dead in Greece as 'killer' wildfire rages

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    Greece has declared a state of emergency in parts of the country over deadly wildfires . Official Niko Papaefstathiou told state television the two victims were taken to an Athens hospital early Tuesday. local time on Monday he saw the smoke billowing from a forest in the distance. Wildfires raged through seaside resorts near the Greek capital, torching homes, cars and forests and killing at least 50 people, authorities said Tuesday.
  • House Republicans seek impeachment of DOJ's Rosenstein

    House Republicans seek impeachment of DOJ's Rosenstein

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    The articles were introduced by Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, and Rep. Jim Jordan of OH, along with 9 cosponsors. His open threat of triggering a vote on impeachment - which he can do if he follows a certain set of procedural rules - could help him win concessions on other contentious issues before the House.
  • Despite Helsinki criticism, Trump's job approval up a point from last month

    Despite Helsinki criticism, Trump's job approval up a point from last month

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    In Helsinki last week, Putin said he did want Trump to win the election because Trump had "talked about bringing the U.S. -Russia relationship back to normal". "While Trump was judged critically for his summit performance, the event has not at this time proved to be a significant turning point in his presidency, despite the sharp criticism he received in the hours and days after the meeting", wrote The Post .
  • UK's Brexit negotiating position a 'far advanced offer' - Raab

    UK's Brexit negotiating position a 'far advanced offer' - Raab

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    Unveiling the plans in a white paper in the House of Commons, Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab described it as "another key milestone in the UK's path to leaving the EU". He told the Sunday Telegraph: " Article 50 requires, as we negotiate the withdrawal agreement, that there's a future framework for our new relationship going forward, so the two are linked".
  • Secret Trump-Cohen tape: Why it's

    Secret Trump-Cohen tape: Why it's "possible" a crime was committed

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    Tuesday night, Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani disputed the idea that the recording shows that Trump knew about the McDougal deal. Trump previously stated that he had no knowledge of the proposal. David Pecker is the head of AMI. The audio recording isn't clear, so it's hard to tell if the president is asking Cohen to pay in cash or not pay in cash.
  • US Ready to Make ‘Real Deal’ with Iran

    US Ready to Make ‘Real Deal’ with Iran

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    Terming previous Obama deal as "one-sided", Trump says he's ready for Iran to come back to negotiation table. On Monday, the " Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host said it was "interesting" Trump had reacted so strongly with the above tweet after Rouhani said hostile US policies to Iran may lead to " the mother of all wars " ― which was "typical Iranian rhetoric".
  • Pakistan election rigged in Imran Khan's favour, claims opponent

    Pakistan election rigged in Imran Khan's favour, claims opponent

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    As political parties step up campaigning, attacks across Pakistan have stoked fears of more violence in a country of 208 million where political rallies can draw tens of thousands of spectators. The PML-N has taken hope in another opinion poll focusing on Punjab only - Sharif's party had a lead of 51 per cent to PTI's 30 per cent, according to the IPOR Consulting survey conducted from April 15 to June 2.
  • Israel intercepts rockets from Syria

    Israel intercepts rockets from Syria

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    Negotiations that also include the U.S., Jordan and other powers have reportedly involved the removal of Iran-backed forces, such as the Lebanese Shiite Hezbollah movement, from border regions. The Israeli military said that the White Helmets "faced an immediate threat to their lives in Syria" and that it conducted the "life-saving mission" to transfer them "at the request of the U.S., Canada and European Union countries".
  • Israel Attacks Syria with New American Missiles

    Israel Attacks Syria with New American Missiles

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    Also known as Syrian Civil Defence, the White Helmets operate in rebel-held parts of war-ravaged Syria. Syrian regime troops have launched an offensive on parts of the Golan not occupied by Israel , where opposition forces are still present.
  • Survivor of Novichok exposure that killed lover out of hospital

    Survivor of Novichok exposure that killed lover out of hospital

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    In March, the Wiltshire cathedral city was the scene of the novichok poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, who both survived. Health officials on July 20 said 45-year-old Charlie Rowley "is well enough" to be discharged from Salisbury District Hospital and that his release into the public "creates no risk to anyone in the community".
  • May to Reaffirm Brexit Vow in Belfast Talk: No Hard Irish Border

    May to Reaffirm Brexit Vow in Belfast Talk: No Hard Irish Border

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    THERESA MAY insists she will never accept a "hard border" in Northern Ireland as she visits for the first time since the Brexit referendum. "It's important that Northern Ireland as part of the United Kingdom can trade within our own internal market in the United Kingdom, so we have put forward a proposal that would deal with that issue and would deliver no hard border".
  • How to help Branson duck boat victims and their families

    How to help Branson duck boat victims and their families

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    If you'd like to help the victims of the duck boat tragedy in Branson, Missouri, there are several different fundraising campaigns now accepting cash donations. Sixteen passengers and one crew member died in the accident. Coleman described her own harrowing near-drowning as she escaped the vessel after it sank in rough water whipped up by a fast-moving thunderstorm.
  • Trump warns of dire consequences if Iranian president threatens USA again

    Trump warns of dire consequences if Iranian president threatens USA again

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    It comes after Rouhani warned the United States against "playing with the lion's tail" and threatening Iran. Mr Rouhani earlier said that war with Iran would be "the mother of all wars". Speaking in California, he said Iranian leaders had benefited from bribes and embezzlement. Within hours, Iranian state-owned news agency IRNA dismissed Trump's tweet , describing it as a "passive reaction" to Rouhani's remarks.
  • Israeli Tanks Fire on Hamas Post in Gaza After Infiltration

    Israeli Tanks Fire on Hamas Post in Gaza After Infiltration

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    Later Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum said the United Nations and Egypt had helped negotiate a ceasefire, with an agreement reached "to return to the previous state of calm between the (Israeli) occupation and the Palestinian factions". The UNs envoy for the West Asia peace process, Nickolay Mladenov, said "everyone in Gaza needs to step back from the brink". Recent weeks have also seen a sharp increase in arson attacks in Israel from balloons and kites launched from Gaza.
  • Controversial law cements Israel's status as a Jewish state

    Controversial law cements Israel's status as a Jewish state

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    Israel's government says the bill, which would have constitution-like standing, enshrines the country's Jewish character into law, but critics say it marginalizes the country's Arab citizens, which constitute around 20 percent of the population, and threatens Israeli democracy.
  • Trump, Putin Morph Into Same Person On Time Magazine Cover

    Trump, Putin Morph Into Same Person On Time Magazine Cover

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    Trump tried to walk back his statement that he supported Putin's denial of Russian interference over the findings of US intelligence agencies that Moscow meddled, but followed up that action with a series of tweets that blamed the "fake news" for reporting "total fiction" on the situation.