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What Chrissy Teigen Said to Make Trump Finally Block Her on Twitter

What Chrissy Teigen Said to Make Trump Finally Block Her on Twitter

On another occasion in February, Trump stated: "We must keep "evil" out of our country", which prompted Teigen to hit back: "What time should we call your Uber?" "I've been trolling him for about five to seven years now". Teigen didn't say, "lol no one likes you", exactly. Earlier this month, some of those on the long list of Twitter users blocked by Trump banded together to sue the president and two top White House aides, with the argument that as a government official, Trump can not ... Read More

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European Union 'is very protectionist with the US'

European Union 'is very protectionist with the US'

Campaign group Open Britain threw down the gauntlet to the worldwide trade secretary after he cast doubt on whether Britain would continue to adhere to European Union rules banning imports of chlorinated chicken after Brexit . On Tuesday, as part of Britain's Brexit transition campaign, Fox is due to address US lawmakers on Capitol Hill and launch a report detailing British trade and investment with 435 congressional districts in the United States . Read More

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Charlie Gard's parents want him home for final moments

The youngster was born a healthy baby but doctors discovered he had a rare inherited disease called infantile onset encephalomyopathy mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome (MDDS). The 11-month-old has a rare genetic condition, and his parents want him to receive an experimental treatment . Charlie's plight captured global attention after his mother Connie contacted Dr. Read More

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US Navy ship fires warnings at Iranian ship

US Navy ship fires warnings at Iranian ship

The U.S. Navy also alleged that the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps acted provocatively in April while it approached the USS Mahan , an American destroyer, in the Persian Gulf. At the time, the Thunderbolt was surrounded by several US Coast Guard vessels. No warning shots were fired during that encounter, but USA defense officials criticized the use of the Iranian laser. Read More

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Trans-European pipeline threatened by US Russia sanctions

A note prepared for a Wednesday European Commission meeting said Brussles "should stand ready to act within days" if the U.S. measures were "adopted without EU concerns being taken into account". Germany and Austria lashed out at the proposed sanctions in June, accusing the USA of politicizing its economic interest in selling shipments of liquefied natural gas to Europe, which would compete with projects like Nord Stream 2 or the Southern Gas Corridor from the Caspian. Read More

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Vatican shuts down fountains as Rome deals with drought

Vatican shuts down fountains as Rome deals with drought

Pope Francis has chose to shut down 100 fountains in the Vatican over the next few days in a bid to help the city of Rome survive a severe drought . "This is the Vatican's way of living solidarity with Rome, trying to help Rome get through this crisis". Meteorologists in Italy have recorded just 26 days of rain in the first six months of the year, while in June and July more than 70 per cent less rain fell than normal. Read More

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Woman arrested in deadly crash that was livestreamed online

Woman arrested in deadly crash that was livestreamed online

Pictured, Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada who was killed at the hands of her sister, Obdulia Sanchez during a fatal auto crash. Obdulia Sanchez was driving a 2003 Buick down Highway 165 just before 7 p.m. California Highway Patrol is examining video as part of its investigation into the crash, The Associated Press reported. She is being held on a $300,000 bond. Read More

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Palestinian Christians, Muslims Stand Together in Al-Aqsa Crisis

The United Nations Security Council will meet on Monday to discuss the bloodiest spate of Israeli-Palestinian violence for years, diplomats said on Saturday. Tensions erupted in the occupied territories on July 14, when a fatal shooting happened outside the Haram al-Sharif which Jews call Temple Mount. Three Palestinians were shot dead during protests in Jerusalem on Friday , while the Palestinian Authority has frozen all contact with the Israeli government over the dispute. Read More

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"Shrinkflation" leads to 2529 products reducing in size

The Office for National Statistics has been collating the sizes and portions of the products sold to the nation, and has declared "shrinkflation" a very real phenomenon that's seen 2,529 things sold in the United Kingdom shrink in size when compared with the more generous package contents of the glorious, benchmark year of 2012, when everyone wanted to be in the United Kingdom and the Tolberones hadn't been eroded away by time. Read More

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Police chief resigns over shooting of Australian woman

Police chief resigns over shooting of Australian woman

Officer Mohamed Noor's actions the night he shot and killed Justine Ruszczyk run contrary to Minneapolis police training and expectations, Chief Janee Harteau said Thursday, adding, "Justine didn't have to die". Harteau faced criticism for her notable absence in the days following Ruszczyk's death, but she told reporters Thursday that she was in a remote area, "backpacking in the mountains", which made it hard for her to return. Read More

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Philippine Lawmakers Vote to Extend Martial Law in Mindanao Region Till Year-End

Philippine Lawmakers Vote to Extend Martial Law in Mindanao Region Till Year-End

However, we may expect the President to drone on about the crisis in Marawi City and this martial law his government is imposing on the entire Mindanao island, which he said he won't extend to both Luzon and the Visayas. Anxious that Congress had been reduced "to a mere echo chamber", Drilon warned that giving in to Duterte now could mean that "tomorrow we will wake up with martial law being declared in the entire country". Read More

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Unemployment falls to 3.7 percent

Unemployment falls to 3.7 percent

IL job growth is on the upswing, but the unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.7 percent in June and the size of the labor force continues to decline. Ambulatory health care services lost 1,000 jobs, the EDD reported. Alaska had the highest unemployment rate in the nation at 6.8 percent, Gedney said. Gedney, however, questioned the construction employment estimates for June, saying he didn't think those moved lower. Read More

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Trump accuses New York Times of foiling plot to kill ISIS leader

Trump accuses New York Times of foiling plot to kill ISIS leader

We have information that he is alive. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a longtime conflict monitor, last week said it had heard from senior Daesh leaders in Syria's Deir Ezzor province that al-Baghdadi was dead. Gen. Al-Baghdadi in 2014 proclaimed a caliphate spanning parts of Iraq and Syria from the Grand al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul. There have been persistent rumors that Baghdadi has died in recent months. Read More

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Trump Says Military

Trump Says Military "Bigger, Better, Stronger" At USS Gerald R. Ford Commissioning

The White House did not say what he was having for lunch. President Donald Trump urged Congress to pass a budget that provides for higher, stable and predictable funding for the US military. Image: The Pre-Commissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78 ) displays "up and over" flags in observance of Independence Day. "Wherever this vessel cuts through the horizon, our allies will rest easy and our enemies will shake with fear because everyone will know that America is coming and America is ... Read More

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US Air Raid Kills 12 Afghan Security Forces

US Air Raid Kills 12 Afghan Security Forces

The U.S. military confirmed an airstrike it conducted Friday resulted in the deaths of friendly forces. More than a dozen Afghanistan police officers were killed during an airstrike in the Helmand province on Friday. In February, a United States airstrike in Sangin killed at least 18 civilians, mostly women and children. The remaining 33 are still being held by insurgents. Read More

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Cocoa Police Will Charge Teens In Drowning Man Video With Misdemeanor Charge

Cocoa Police Will Charge Teens In Drowning Man Video With Misdemeanor Charge

The teens then left the area without alerting authorities, Florida Today reported . Cocoa police say they later discovered a group of teens watched and recorded the 31-year-old's drowning on video . "They want to hold someone accountable", she said. Police identified the teens involved and questioned them, and according to authorities, they showed no remorse for their actions. Read More

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OJ Simpson Reportedly Gets Job Offer From Nevada Brothel

OJ Simpson Reportedly Gets Job Offer From Nevada Brothel

Arnelle Simpson told the parole board Thursday that the family realizes he's not flawless but has done the best he can. He appeared before the four-member Nevada Parole Board via video link. I want to get back to my kids". There was limited media access to the room, and Simpson was joined by his lawyer as well as close friends and family members. Read More

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Remove Jerusalem metal detectors, Erdogan tells Israeli counterpart

Remove Jerusalem metal detectors, Erdogan tells Israeli counterpart

Hamas' political chief, Ismail Haniyeh, on Wednesday urged Arab and Muslim countries to organize an "extraordinary summit" in the face of Israel's violations against Al-Aqsa. The IDF said on Thursday it was preparing to deploy five battalions to prevent the spread of violent clashes from Jerusalem to the West Bank, ahead of massive Muslim protests anticipated on Friday outside the Temple Mount. Read More

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