Trump defiant as crisis grows over family separation at the border – Washington Post

Washington Post Trump defiant as crisis grows over family separation at the borderWashington PostThe Trump administration's move to separate immigrant families at the border and detain children apart from their parents spiraled into a humanitarian and political crisis Monday as the White House struggled to contain the growing public outcry. The …Trump Defends Family-Separation PolicyWall Street JournalTrump's family separation policy has Republicans starting to panic about 2018CNNTrump Repeats Falsehood That Democrats Are to Blame for Separating Migrant FamiliesNew York TimesU.S. News & World Report –Politico –Reuters –HuffPostall 4,790 news articles » Source: Google News…

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Senate passes defense bill, setting up clash with House over ZTE – Washington Post

Washington Post Senate passes defense bill, setting up clash with House over ZTEWashington PostCongress is headed for a likely showdown over President Trump's recent deal to lift certain penalties against Chinese telecom giant ZTE after the Senate overwhelming passed its version of an annual defense authorization bill that would reimpose those …Senate Rebukes Trump With Vote to Reinstate ZTE Sales BanWall Street JournalSenate passes defense policy bill, setting up talks with HousePoliticoSenate votes to block Trump's ZTE dealThe HillDaily Beast –Reuters –U.S. News & World Report –The Vergeall 210 news articles » Source: Google News…

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NAFDAC seeks stiffer penalty for drug counterfeiters

By News Agency of Nigeria The National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control, has proposed a stiffer penalty for drug counterfeiters in the country to serve as deterrent to others. The Director-General of NAFDAC, Prof Moji Adeyeye, made the call in Abuja on Monday while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria. Adeyeye noted that the provision of the law for drug offenders in the country prescribed weak penalty stressing the need for review of such law. She said that the agency had presented a bill to the National…

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6.1 magnitude earthquake hits Japan, 3 killed

A magnitude 6.1 earthquake shook Osaka, Japan’s second-biggest metropolis, early on Monday, killing three people, halting factory lines in an industrial area and bursting water mains, government and company officials said. Earthquake No tsunami warning was issued. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said authorities were assessing damage and their top priority was the safety of residents. About 150 people were injured, the broadcaster NHK said, lowering an earlier toll after a revision by city officials. Live footage showed toppled walls, broken windows and gushing burst water mains after the quake hit…

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Armed civilian kills gunman, stops shooting spree at Walmart in Washington state – Washington Post

Washington Post Armed civilian kills gunman, stops shooting spree at Walmart in Washington stateWashington PostA gunman who opened fire inside a Walmart in Washington state and injured at least two people during carjacking attempts was fatally shot by one of two armed civilians on Sunday evening, according to police. Police in Tumwater, just south of Olympia …Carjacking suspect dead outside Walmart store after armed citizens take action, police sayFox NewsGunman wounds 2, is fatally shot by bystander at Walmart storeCBS NewsArmed bystander shoots, kills suspected carjacker in Washington stateABC NewsKIRO-TV –KIRO…

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Prince Harry said to 'give Donald Trump a chance,' according to Meghan Markle's father – Washington Post

Washington Post Prince Harry said to 'give Donald Trump a chance,' according to Meghan Markle's fatherWashington PostLONDON — Meghan Markle's father said that Prince Harry told him to give Donald Trump a chance and suggested that he was open about Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. In a lengthy interview with the British broadcaster ITV, Thomas Markle …Meghan's father says UK's Prince Harry told him to 'give Donald Trump a chance'Yahoo NewsMeghan 'cried' about her father missing wedding, Thomas Markle saysfox2now.comMeghan Markle's dad apologizes for photo scandal and opens up about…

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Merkel Seeks Migration Compromise to Keep Coalition Together – New York Times

New York Times Merkel Seeks Migration Compromise to Keep Coalition TogetherNew York TimesBERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel and her rebellious interior minister huddled with their parties on Monday in an effort to defuse a brewing dispute over her refugee policy that is threatening to bring down the German government only three months …Merkel's government faces internal rebellion over immigration in GermanyWashington PostBavarians offer respite in migrant plan row with MerkelReutersEuropean stocks slump as Merkel comes under pressure in GermanyMarketWatchall 1,053 news articles » Source: Google News All rights reserved. This material…

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Japan earthquake: Death toll climbs after 6.1 temblor strikes Osaka – CBS News

CBS News Japan earthquake: Death toll climbs after 6.1 temblor strikes OsakaCBS NewsTOKYO — A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires Monday morning around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan. At least three people were killed and more than 300 were injured. The Osaka prefectural government's disaster …Strong quake near Osaka, Japan, kills 3, knocks over wallsWashington PostStrong earthquake near Osaka in Japan kills 3, injures hundredsUSA TODAYEarthquake kills 3, injures hundreds in western JapanLos Angeles TimesBloomberg –HuffPost –NPR –The Weather Channelall 1,276 news articles » Source: Google News All rights reserved.…

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: “PDP DANCED ON ABIOLA’S GRAVE FOR 16 YEARS” -LAI MOHAMMED

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed said for 16 years in power, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) disregarded the calls to recognise June 12 for what it was and yet the party is criticising President Muhammadu Buhari for doing it. He said the PDP danced on the grave of MKO Abiola, the presumed winner of the June 12 election, for 16 years. Mohammed stated this in an interview with The Cable on Saturday, June 16. “For 16 years the PDP danced on the grave of MKO Abiola and failed…

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Pogba denied goal against Australia

Agency Report Paul Pogba has been stripped of France’s winning goal in Saturday’s 2-1 Group C victory over Australia in Kazan, with his 81st-minute strike ruled as an Aziz Behich own goal. In the final 10 minutes, Pogba was teed up by substitute Olivier Giroud but it was Behich, not the Manchester United man, who got the final touch to deceive goalkeeper Mathew Ryan as the ball bounced over the line via the bar. Speaking after the match about the possibility of the goal being awarded to Behich, Pogba admitted…

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