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Beloved Glasgow School of Art badly damaged by a 2nd fire

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Obviously all of us hope the building can be saved but I think it's too early to draw any conclusions from that. The latest blaze broke out of Friday night and has taken 120 firefighters to get under control. The building was ravaged by fire in May 2014 and a multi-million pound restoration project had been underway. Aiden continued to film the fire for approximately 30 minutes, commenting that despite the fire crews best efforts to fight the blaze, the fire only seemed to grow. Read More »

2nd Kansas sheriff’s deputy dies after shooting

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Kelli Bailiff says the suspect also was wounded in the shooting late Friday morning. One suspect was also shot and taken to an area hospital. Bailiff said the deputies were following protocol when the deadly altercation occurred. Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer said in a statement he was "saddened" by the news. He asked for a moment of silence after his speech, according to the Kansas City Star . Read More »

Summit does not deal with North Korea’s hacking

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Kim is nearly certainly seeking it quite consciously, although it's unlikely that Trump has ever thought of it in these terms. The two signed a joint statement that broadly outlined several plans, such as working towards the "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula". Read More »

IG Report Slams FBI Agent Strzok For Political Bias, Using Personal Email

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The IG's report raised concerns about what Horowitz called "a troubling lack of any direct, substantive communication between Comey and then-Attorney General ( Loretta) Lynch " ahead of a July 5, 2016 news conference where the FBI director announced the bureau would not recommend any charges against Clinton, and an October 28 letter to Congress announcing new developments in the email probe. Read More »

Trump and Kim fly into Singapore ahead of historic meeting

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For most of the next decade, the South gave aid and promoted exchanges with the North but the policy began to wane when a North Korean soldier shot and killed a South Korean tourist who strayed into an off-limits area in the North's Mount Kumgang resort in 2008. Read More »

North Korea summit: Trump, Kim agree to work toward denuclearization, despite skeptics

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The wider session will include National Security Advisor John Bolton, who almost derailed the summit with hawkish comments about disarming North Korea. I think what we're seeing Over the past few months is a creeping normalization of North Korea. Amid a landmark summit between US President Donald Trump and the young North Korean strongman, Rodman appeared on CNN to voice hope, and vindication. Read More »

Trump says DPRK no longer 'nuclear threat'

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said in Seoul . It was the first time a sitting US president met face to face with a North Korean leader. The 42-minute-long program, narrated by North Korea's most famous newscaster, Ri Chun-hee, was broadcast on state-run television Thursday, two days after the historic summit in Singapore and a full day after Kim returned home to his country's capital, Pyongyang . Read More »

Julie Bishop 'cautiously optimistic' after Trump and Kim summit

Analysts said it was a far cry from the breakthrough that president Richard Nixon scored with his visit to communist China in 1972 that ended decades of estrangement between Washington and Beijing. Meanwhile, agreements are yet to be reached on the timeframe of North Korea's denuclearization and how this will be achieved in a way that is complete and verifiable. Read More »

In Brexit showdown, British PM May faces challenge over 'meaningful vote'

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Theresa May argued that the Conservative party had to stay united to strengthen her negotiating position in Brussels. Overall MPs voted against the House of Lords' amendments in three separate votes. Brexit Secretary David Davis and Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier. "I've been through this before when in opposition and now that when we're in Government, because if the House makes the concession of allowing the dialogue to continue and I can see the merit of that happening, it has got to ... Read More »

G7 allies confront Trump with trade numbers in tense G7 summit

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel , center, speaks with President Donald Trump , seated at right, during the G7 Leaders Summit in La Malbaie, Quebec, Canada , on Saturday, June 9, 2018. Others, however, insisted that Trump looks like he's in control of the situation in the photo. The flags of Germany , France and the European Union are seen in front of the the Chancellery, before the meeting between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron in Berlin , ... Read More »

Twitter’s emoji for Trump’s North Korea nuclear summit is very weird

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U.S. President Donald Trump (right) and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un shake hands at the Capella Hotel in Singapore on Tuesday. Kim's first major interaction with the worldwide community also betrayed a sense of awe and wonder as he faced the rapid fire shutters of photographers in the opulence of the Singapore luxury hotel where the meeting took place. Read More »

North Korea's Kim lands in Singapore ahead of summit with Trump

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Mr Trump and Mr Lee had a private, one-on-one meeting that lasted about half an hour. In the hours before the summit began, Trump expressed optimism about prospects for the first-ever meeting of sitting USA and North Korean leaders, while Pompeo injected a note of caution whether Kim would prove to be honest about his willingness to denuclearise. Read More »

Merkel Says Trump Reneging on G-7 Statement Is ‘Depressing’

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President Trump will head to Singapore next week for an historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , where he will address the rogue country's controversial nuclear program. "The United States has been taken advantage of for decades and decades", Trump said. "We're looking for peace in the world, we're not looking to play games". Read More »

Dennis Rodman flying to Singapore for Kim-Trump summit

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USA and North Korean officials are set to meet Monday morning in Singapore to make final preparations for Tuesday's meeting between Trump and Kim . Several of the reporters who accompanied Kim to Singapore had also been to the demilitarised zone between the two Koreas for the inter-Korean summit in April. Read More »

Somalia conflict: One US soldier killed, four wounded in firefight

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Africa Command officials said. President Donald Trump paid tribute on Twitter on Friday night, offering "thoughts and prayers" to the families of the soldier who was killed and those who were wounded. The U.S. had pulled out of the Horn of Africa nation after 1993, when two helicopters were shot down in Mogadishu and bodies of Americans were dragged through the streets. Read More »

Here are all the details of what exactly trooping the colour is

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They were joined by their cousin, Savannah Phillips , seven, who stole the show on the balcony in a hilarious moment. In a video that's now gone viral, you can see her jokingly conducting an orchestra, making amusing faces and then. Meanwhile, Markle, like her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton , was careful to follow the rule of curtseying to the queen as she rode past in a carriage. Read More »

Putin backs Spain at WCup, says Russian Federation to 'fight to finish'

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Russian Federation blocked the online messaging service Telegram in April after it refused to grant state security services access to its users' encrypted messages. Unlike many other European Union countries, Austria didn't expel Russian diplomats over the nerve agent poisoning in Britain earlier this year of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter. Read More »

Trump has point on Canada's supply management system

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said earlier that all countries attending the Group of Seven summit have signed a joint communique despite sharp trade tensions with the U.S. And we charge nothing, ' Trump said. Macron also said this to reporters, setting the current diplomatic tone quite nicely: "When you're saying that President Trump doesn't really care, maybe you're right, but no one lives forever". Read More »