• Croatia out to make history in mouth-watering final showdown against France
Croatia out to make history in mouth-watering final showdown against France

Fans stationed behind the goal roared as a young boy wearing the Peresic name ran a scintillating line from nearly halfway to score in a packed away net. Laura Grimes, of Cambridge University Press, said: "The huge amount of language data we've collected and analysed gives us fascinating insight into the mood surrounding the World Cup".

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  • Syrian air defenses thwart Israeli missile strike in south: state media
Syrian air defenses thwart Israeli missile strike in south: state media

Spillover fire from Syria's civil war has occasionally landed in the Israeli-controlled Golan. "According to the minister, Russian Federation refused several years ago to supply Syria with S-300 missiles defence system at the request of Israel and a number of Western countries".

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  • Reunited immigrant children scooped up into parents’ arms
Reunited immigrant children scooped up into parents’ arms

That included 11 who had criminal records - either charges or convictions - seven who were not the parent but could have been a different relative, one who had a false birth certificate, another accused of child abuse, another who wanted to live in a home with an adult with a criminal history, 12 who were already deported , 11 who are now in state...

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  • President Trump announces Supreme Court pick
President Trump announces Supreme Court pick

The poll also found that 26 percent of registered Republicans cited immigration as the most important issue, while 16 percent of registered Democrats said healthcare was their top issue. "I'm getting very close to making a final decision". Another potential mark against her is she's pretty new to the federal bench. Widespread shock and outrig...

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  • Second Phase Of Thailand Rescue Pulls 4 More Boys From Cave
Second Phase Of Thailand Rescue Pulls 4 More Boys From Cave

Multiple calls to senior government officials and military personnel leading the rescue operation rang unanswered Monday evening. The premier arrived late Friday at the mouth of Tham Luang cave. "The water level is low". The search and rescue operation has riveted people both in Thailand and internationally, with journalists from across the g...

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  • About 20 injured in South Africa charter plane crash
About 20 injured in South Africa charter plane crash

He said: "Initial reports show that approximately 20 people had sustained injuries ranging from minor to critical". Images from the scene of the incident showed the aircraft broken into multiple pieces as rescue workers helped passengers and crew out of the smoking wreckage.

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  • How divers rescued the first 4 boys from the cave in Thailand
How divers rescued the first 4 boys from the cave in Thailand

It is anticipated the remaining rescues will take three or four days to complete. Thai police officers stand guard at the blocking area in front of the oxygen tanks on a auto during rescue operations to save a soccer team at Tham Luang cave in Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park, Chiang Rai province, Thailand .

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  • Japan says death toll from floods climbs to 100
Japan says death toll from floods climbs to 100

Since Thursday, parts of western Japan have received three times the usual rainfall for the whole of July. The death toll reached at least 97 after floodwaters forced several million from their homes, NHK national television said , the highest such figure since 98 people were killed in a typhoon in 2004.

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  • Japan executes Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult leader and several followers
Japan executes Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult leader and several followers

Atsushi Sakahara, who was injured in the attack, welcomed the executions. They were criticized by rights group Amnesty International, which described the cult's acts as "despicable" but said "the death penalty is never the answer". The ministry said that as of Friday, the number of death-row inmates with their sentences finalized was at 117, one ...

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  • Shock as Brexit minister and his deputy quit fragile UK government
Shock as Brexit minister and his deputy quit fragile UK government

Mrs May must be expecting others to go with Davis, and will be particularly keen to know what the likes of Mr Johnson and fellow Brexiteer Andrea Leadsom intend to do now. At a summit at Chequers in the English countryside, all cabinet members agreed to a plan that would allow "frictionless" trade and prevent a hard Irish border.

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  • EU package does not cover all demands of Iran
EU package does not cover all demands of Iran

Zarif made the remarks while addressing reporters in the Austrian capital Vienna on Friday following a meeting with his counterparts from Britain, France, Germany, China and Russian Federation for the first time since US President Donald Trump pulled Washington out from the nuclear accord, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Actio...

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  • Pompeo visits North Korea to press Kim on Trump nuclear deal
Pompeo visits North Korea to press Kim on Trump nuclear deal

Trump and Kim made the vague commitment at the June 12 summit, each signing an agreement that said North Korea would abandon its nuclear program. The State Department, meanwhile, was mum Friday on the deeper details of Mr. "Our policy toward North Korea has not changed", Reuters quoted Nauert as telling reporters en route to Pyongyang. Kim ...

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  • Alleged sexual abuse victim sends emails to Ohio Rep
Alleged sexual abuse victim sends emails to Ohio Rep

A team doctor who allegedly molested athletes; coaches who reportedly knew but turned a blind eye . The Columbus Dispatch interviewed Jordan this spring. Baier focused in on this and asked Jordan whether he heard things in locker room conversations, even things that may have not seemed like abuse twenty years ago but do today.

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  • Deadly heat wave expected to break Friday
Deadly heat wave expected to break Friday

According to Montreal's public health department, those who died didn't have air conditioning in their homes and suffered from health issues . The extreme weather is already thought to have resulted in almost half a dozen heat-related deaths across the USA, and officials in the Canadian province of Montreal linked it to the deaths of at least ...

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  • Trump to order flags flown at half-staff to honor Capital Gazette victims
Trump to order flags flown at half-staff to honor Capital Gazette victims

The Australian Mayor of Annapolis says he is disappointed US President Donald Trump declined to order American flags be lowered to half-mast across the US to honour the five employees shot dead at The Capital Gazette newspaper. It's especially disheartening considering Trump constantly attacks the press. Presidents usually lower federal...

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  • Malaysia has 'almost flawless case' against ex-PM Najib Razak
Malaysia has 'almost flawless case' against ex-PM Najib Razak

Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak has been arrested by anti-corruption agents. In addition, the police have seized cash, handbags and jewelry valued at more than 1 billion ringgit as part of the investigation. According to the Hollywood Reporter , Razak is accused of using his 1MDB sovereign wealth fund as a "personal piggy bank" to...

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  • Multiple wildfires burn out of control in Northern California
Multiple wildfires burn out of control in Northern California

Cal Fire says the blaze is now 2 percent contained. Alameda County, Berkeley, Fremont, Oakland, Hayward, San Jose and San Mateo County are among the agencies assisting. Savannah Kirtlink told AP, "A lot of friends and family were texting today and saying they were having some PTSD". "There's a lot of history and memories that go into this cabin"...

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  • Russian Federation ready to refute U.S. election meddling allegations, spokesman says
Russian Federation ready to refute U.S. election meddling allegations, spokesman says

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump board Air Force One as they depart for Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, from Morristown, New Jersey, July 1, 2018. If we take a look at the economic aspect of Trump's politics, it is clear that leaving the G-7 meeting in such manner like POTUS did, might not be beneficial for the USA or its alli...

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  • Survivors of fatal Bahamas boat explosion speak out for the first time
Survivors of fatal Bahamas boat explosion speak out for the first time

Stacey Bender has broken bones and Brooke Schaffer and Paul Bender have cuts and bruises. Her mother Stacey also suffered a fractured leg and at least two broken ribs. On Saturday June 30th the family joined a boat tour to enjoy the sights off the island of Exuma, located about 130 miles south of Nassau. Stefanie Schaffer , one of the v...

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  • Jordan army begins delivering aid to Syrians stranded near border
Jordan army begins delivering aid to Syrians stranded near border

On Friday, the Israeli military announced it had provided several tons of humanitarian aid to southwestern Syria , but would not be accepting the tens of thousands of refugees from the area who had begun streaming toward the Israeli border.

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  • Manhunt Under Way In France After Prisoner Escapes In Helicopter
Manhunt Under Way In France After Prisoner Escapes In Helicopter

Faid's brother, who was visiting him at the jail, has been taken into custody for questioning. The French justice minister has said drones were seen flying over the prison in the days leading up to what she called a "spectacular escape". Faid was convicted for the murder of the policewoman along with two accomplices, all considered involved in th...

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  • Trump's former personal lawyer says his 'silence is broken'
Trump's former personal lawyer says his 'silence is broken'

The FBI raided Cohen's office and hotel room earlier this year, collecting thousands of documents, most of which are being handed over to prosecutors. He also said he "respects the FBI" and that he will cooperate with the investigation, as well as with separate congressional inquiries into Russian election meddling.

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  • Judgment Day for Merkel's bloc as migration divide hardens
Judgment Day for Merkel's bloc as migration divide hardens

However, sources within the CDU's Bavarian sister party, the CSU, suggested that Seehofer had offered to resign both as leader of the CSU and as interior minister. Her CDU and its sister party CSU have suffered heavy losses in the country's federal elections past year, while the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) scored record gains and ente...

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  • French thief makes dramatic helicopter escape from jail
French thief makes dramatic helicopter escape from jail

In April, he was again sentenced, this time for 25 years, for the killing of a policewoman during a failed robbery attempt in 2010. It said "an armed commando landed in a helicopter in the courtyard as the prisoner was in the visiting room" of Reau Prison, south of Paris .

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  • Trump Claims ICE Is Only Reason People Feel Safe
Trump Claims ICE Is Only Reason People Feel Safe

The camp had swelled to more than 90 tents earlier in the week. "It's also important to remember that many of these migrants are coming from Central America", said protestor Eva Sotomayor. Indeed, the would-be presidential candidates haven't yet detailed what they propose in ICE's place. "Some of the folks who were in there, they had dinner...

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