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Cult leader in Tokyo sarin attack executed along with 6 followers

Cult leader in Tokyo sarin attack executed along with 6 followers

Asahara had been on death row for masterminding a 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subways and other crimes. He was among 13 people placed on death row in connection with the series of crimes pe...

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Paul Manafort Locked Alone in Cell for 23 Hours a Day

Paul Manafort Locked Alone in Cell for 23 Hours a Day

Manafort's lawyer said Thursday he was being held in his cell 23 hours per day to "guarantee his safety" and can not adequately prepare for his upcoming trial later this month. They added that it woul...

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Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago applies for 40 additional foreign hires

Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago applies for 40 additional foreign hires

Labor Department for additional visas for foreign servers and cooks , according to records submitted Thursday and Friday . At the end of that term, the workers would be expected to return home. Mo...

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Trump teases pick for Supreme Court

Trump teases pick for Supreme Court

The three others interviewed were justices Brett Kavanaugh , Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge . Mike Lee, R-Utah - and openly lobbying against another one of Trump's top contenders. "Inde...

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Bill Shine, former Fox News executive, joins Donald Trump’s staff

Bill Shine, former Fox News executive, joins Donald Trump’s staff

In a statement , the White House said Shine has 20 years of television programming, communications, and management experience. Then-Fox News co-president Bill Shine leaves a NY restaurant in Ap...

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Donald Trump nears decision on replacement for Supreme Court

Donald Trump nears decision on replacement for Supreme Court

Wade . Hogue added that it was because of Trump's decision to impose a litmus test on a nominee for Supreme Court, which he did upon selecting pro-lifer Neil Gorsuch in 2017, "we need an affirma...

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Record-smashing heat wave kills 33 in Canada

Record-smashing heat wave kills 33 in Canada

A heat wave in Quebec has killed almost three dozen, some reports said, as high summer temperatures scorched eastern Canada. The temperature is set to rise again in Montreal by the end of the week...

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England still in party mood after semi-final feat in World Cup

England still in party mood after semi-final feat in World Cup

In the later match in Sochi, Russia's fairytale run came to a halt as they were beaten on penalties by Croatia after 120 gruelling minutes of football. "They were not happy and that wouldn't be a su...

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Man Who Called Cops on Black
 Family at Pool Faces Blowback

Man Who Called Cops on Black Family at Pool Faces Blowback

Edwards' video shows that the pool is behind a locked gate that requires a keycard to open. However, Bloom called the police because he was concerned that Edwards didn't live in the community and was ...

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Merkel, under fire from left, right, backs German immigration plan

Merkel, under fire from left, right, backs German immigration plan

Merkel told the German parliament Wednesday: "It is worth every effort to try to defuse this conflict so that it doesn't turn into a real war, but of course there are two sides to that". "Order must b...

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Washington and Pyongyang get down to 'nitty gritty' in nuclear talks

Washington and Pyongyang get down to 'nitty gritty' in nuclear talks

The day began with Mr Pompeo and Kim Yong-chol both saying there were things to "clarify". That appeared to be a reference to Trump's national security adviser John Bolton, a prominent North Kore...

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North Korea vents anger after USA talks

North Korea vents anger after USA talks

It also offered to discuss the closure of a missile engine test site that would "physically affirm" a move to halt the production of intercontinental range ballistic missiles and setting up working-le...

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Trump mulls Supreme Court choice from 2 or 3 candidates

Trump mulls Supreme Court choice from 2 or 3 candidates

Collins also urged Trump to "broaden his list" of potential candidates, referring to the 25 potential picks he unveiled during his presidential campaign. Bush administration. Even as White House couns...

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Thai coach apologizes to parents as boys write they're OK

Thai coach apologizes to parents as boys write they're OK

There is concern that monsoon rains could follow, further flooding the narrow passages. "We are trying to set a plan", said Narongsak Osottanakorn, the governor of Chiang Rai province. Thai author...

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World Cup fairy tale ends for Russia

World Cup fairy tale ends for Russia

It praised the emerging star of the England team, goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, for more "heroic saves", and said 32 million people had watched on TV. "Now, we have to get together and continue this way...

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Holiday Road Fire in Goleta Causes Mandatory Evacuations

Holiday Road Fire in Goleta Causes Mandatory Evacuations

He said Saturday the supertanker is undergoing final checks at McClellan Air Base outside Sacramento. One person has died in Siskiyou County during the Klamathon Fire, reports CalFire. California Go...

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Pompeo emphasizes 'progress' as North Korea pans talks

Pompeo emphasizes 'progress' as North Korea pans talks

In practical terms, Pompeo mentioned only that officials from both sides would meet on July 12 as a working group to discuss the repatriation of the remains of some U.S. Pompeo responded, "There are t...

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Beryl intensifies to a Category 1 hurricane

Beryl intensifies to a Category 1 hurricane

But at 8 a.m. Saturday, its sustained winds were at 75 miles per hour - where it appears to be peaking - and the storm was moving west-northwest at 14 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center r...

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Japan Flooding Forces More Than 1 Million to Flee; 2 Killed

Japan Flooding Forces More Than 1 Million to Flee; 2 Killed

In the town of Motoyama, about 600km (370 miles) west of the capital Tokyo, 583mm (23in) of rain fell between Friday morning and Saturday morning, Japan's meteorological agency said. According to the ...

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Statue of Liberty climber due in court after immigration protest

Statue of Liberty climber due in court after immigration protest

As The New York Daily News reports , Okoumou works as a personal trainer by profession, according to a 2009 Staten Island Advance article. In this image made from video by PIX11, a woman leans ...

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