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The first lady was last seen on May 10, which was three days after she introduced her anti-bullying campaign and four days before it was announced she was having kidney surgery at Walter Reed Medical Center. President Trump took a family vacation with his children, sparking concern over Melania's whereabouts. "She's looking at us right there". The White House had faced growing questions and speculation that it wasn't being forthcoming about the state of her health or of her well-being.
  • Trump Again Denies He Fired Comey Over Russia Investigation

    Trump Again Denies He Fired Comey Over Russia Investigation

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    President Trump tweeted Thursday that he "never fired James Comey because of Russia " - despite past statements and recent reports that Russian Federation did come into play. He also wrote in his testimony that he told Trump before and after his January inauguration that he was not under investigation and also said that he had told congressional leaders that the FBI was not "personally investigating President Trump ".
  • Fifteen injured in Mississauga restaurant explosion — NewsAlert

    Fifteen injured in Mississauga restaurant explosion — NewsAlert

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    Fifteen people have been injured, three of them critically, after two men detonated an explosive device in an attack on an Indian restaurant in the city of Mississauga in Ontario, Canada . Andre Larrivee, who was watching television in his nearby condo, called the explosion "really loud", likening it to the noise of a recent electric generator blast at a construction site.
  • ACLU, NPR Use 2014 Immigration Claims to Trash Trump Policy

    ACLU, NPR Use 2014 Immigration Claims to Trash Trump Policy

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    In the past two years, the number of beds available for long-term foster care for migrant children has doubled to almost 600, US officials say. Congress is heading toward an immigration showdown in the House, as Republican moderates force a June vote on legislation to protect young "Dreamer" immigrants and beef up border security.
  • Visa investigates "service disruption" across Europe

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    Visa says it is "working as quickly as possible to resolve the situation". The Nationwide Building Society told customers that it had been advised by VISA that a problem was causing some card payments to be incorrectly declined online and in-store.
  • Canada pushes for exemptions on Canadian steel and aluminum imports

    Canada pushes for exemptions on Canadian steel and aluminum imports

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    The prime minister said the government is dealing with the USA on multiple economic fronts, including trying to forge a deal on a renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement. Even if the three countries somehow reached a full agreement on NAFTA this week, a deal has no chance of ratified in the US this year, he added. "They have a lot of foolishness on the table that nobody's going to agree to", Dias said in an interview aired May 27 on Global News, referring to US proposals.
  • Pompeo Says 'Real Progress' Made Toward Trump-Kim Summit

    Pompeo Says 'Real Progress' Made Toward Trump-Kim Summit

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    The media said you had a meeting and cancelled it. North Korean senior official Kim Yong-chol arrived in NY on Wednesday to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , fueling speculation that the countries' preparations for the summit are in the final stages.
  • US Financier Bill Browder Arrested in Spain On Russian Warrant

    US Financier Bill Browder Arrested in Spain On Russian Warrant

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    Browder has previously claimed that Putin has tried multiple times to use Interpol, the multinational police organization, to target him overseas. Browder had his United States travel privileges revoked past year, apparently triggered by Russia's decision to try and place Browder on the Interpol wanted list in pursuit of his arrest .
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    NC dam in "imminent danger" of failing, evacuations ordered

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    The emergency declaration will help the state coordinate its response and "prepare for any additional impacts", the statement said. The Governor will also issue a transportation waiver to expedite the movement of utility vehicles and others engaged in relief efforts.
  • Russian troops killed in attack in Syria

    Russian troops killed in attack in Syria

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    Through surveillance of radio transmissions, the U.S. discovered that at least some of the pro-government forces were speaking Russian, stoking the fears, according to The Times. The defense Ministry reported that the cause of death of the Russians was the attack on the artillery battery of the Syrian army in the province of Deir ez-Zor.
  • Two police officers and civilian killed in Belgium attack

    Two police officers and civilian killed in Belgium attack

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    A gunman killed three people, including two police officers, in the Belgian city of Liege today, a city official said . He had obtained authorization to leave the prison shortly on Monday, a privilege he had enjoyed about a dozen times before without issues, according to VRT.
  • South Korea want more talks with North Korea before summit

    South Korea want more talks with North Korea before summit

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    North Korea has rejected USA demands for it to unilaterally abandon its nuclear program. The AP had spotted him at an airport in Beijing on Tuesday. "If the USA sincerely hopes for the talks, it should stop the acts of threatening its dialogue partner by force", it continues. Kim Chang Son, Kim's de facto chief of staff, flew to Singapore via Beijing on Monday night, the report said.
  • Meadows: FBI Should Have Warned Trump Campaign of Staff-Russia Conflicts

    Meadows: FBI Should Have Warned Trump Campaign of Staff-Russia Conflicts

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    Rudy Giuliani, one of Trump's attorneys, told the Associated Press on Friday that the White House hopes to receive a handout of the information next week, specifically in relation to a government informant who reportedly approached members of the Trump campaign in a possible attempt to gather intelligence on Russia's efforts to influence the election.
  • National Guardsman's Body Found After Being Swept Away by Floodwaters

    National Guardsman's Body Found After Being Swept Away by Floodwaters

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    Eddison Hermond , 39, of Severn, was reportedly trying to help others escape the floodwaters in Ellicott City when he was swept away. Mr. Hermond had been helping other people in the restaurant hold the front door closed against a torrent generated by a sudden, massive downpour Sunday afternoon, authorities said .
  • India closes Vedanta copper smelter permanently after bloody protest

    India closes Vedanta copper smelter permanently after bloody protest

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    Police said they were compelled to respond with live ammunition after demonstrators pelted police with stones, attacked a government building, and set vehicles on fire. The protest took a violent turn after which the police resorted to firing to control the mob. "We are further studying the order and shall keep the stock exchanges updated on any developments", Vedanta said in a filing to the exchanges late in the evening.