• Jeremy Hunt: Real risk of accidental no-deal Brexit
Jeremy Hunt: Real risk of accidental no-deal Brexit

With regard to prevention, Hancock said: "With an ageing society and 10 million more people projected to be living with a long-term condition by 2030, it is more imperative than ever that we look to make a radical shift in our approach - focusing on preventative, joined-up care that's centred around individuals".

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  • US Plane Heads to N. Korea for war Remains
US Plane Heads to N. Korea for war Remains

North and South Korea agreed to hold military talks on Tuesday, the South's Yonhap news agency reported on Friday, as both sides seek to defuse tensions amid a thaw in relations. State Department said while "peace on the Korean Peninsula is a goal shared by the world", the global community would not accept a nuclear armed North Korea.

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  • Inside Trump-Cohen tapes
Inside Trump-Cohen tapes

Lordy, there are tapes-along with a whole new wave of media questions about Donald Trump , his veracity, the break with his former lawyer, and his current lawyer saying "the president is not an idiot". "MediaBuzz" host Howard Kurtz weighs in on the Michael Cohen tape fueling a debate about Trump, cash and credibility. But Trump doesn't act sur...

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  • Japan posts record temperature of 41.1° celsius as deadly heatwave rolls on
Japan posts record temperature of 41.1° celsius as deadly heatwave rolls on

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency , the temperatures recorded have been around 12 degrees higher than the average temperatures. A temperature indicator measures 41.0 degrees Celsius in Kumagaya, north of Tokyo, Japan , in this photo taken by Kyodo July 23.

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  • House GOP members introduce articles of impeachment against Rod Rosenstein
House GOP members introduce articles of impeachment against Rod Rosenstein

Meadows claimed Rosenstein has "made every effort to obstruct legitimate attempts of congressional oversight" since taking charge of the Department of Justice. The introduction does not trigger an immediate vote, but Meadows and Jordan could make procedural moves on the House floor to force a vote late this week.

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  • Trump calls Chinese trade practices ‘vicious’
Trump calls Chinese trade practices ‘vicious’

WASHINGTON-Reducing trade tensions, U.S. President Donald Trump and the president of the European Commission have come to a vague preliminary agreement to hold off on new tariffs while they conduct additional negotiations. Farmers in Iowa alone could lose as much as $624 million on soybean shipments to China , Donnelle Eller, an agriculture repo...

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  • Feds Have 12 Michael Cohen Audio Recordings
Feds Have 12 Michael Cohen Audio Recordings

Klieman says while it's rare for an attorney to tape a conversation with a client, it's still unclear if Cohen was acting in his capacity as a lawyer when the conversation was recorded. But a source with knowledge of the conversation noted that NY, where Cohen's talk with Trump about McDougal was made face-to-face, is a "one-party consent" state,...

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  • Macron aide to be dismissed over assault
Macron aide to be dismissed over assault

Alexandre Benalla's involvement in the beating and questions about the government's handling of the affair is turning into Macron's biggest political crisis since he took office past year. Shortly following this period, Benella was brought back into the fold of the President's immediate entourage, and appears beside Macron during a number of photos...

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  • Trump hails start of dismantling North Korean missile site
Trump hails start of dismantling North Korean missile site

The facilities included a rocket engine test stand, which is used to develop liquid-fuel engines for ballistic missiles. U. S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un at the Capella resort on Sentosa Island, June 12, 2018 in Singapore.

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  • The longest lunar eclipse of the century is coming Friday
The longest lunar eclipse of the century is coming Friday

A rare astronomical event set to take place this week could herald the "end of days", according to some who have been following the "blood moon" phenomenon, with a number of Evangelical leaders even linking the celestial event to the U.S. In fact, it won't be visible anywhere in North America. The best viewing spots on Friday will be near the Midd...

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  • Trump says 'I gave up nothing' during Putin meeting
Trump says 'I gave up nothing' during Putin meeting

Dealing with the fallout from two summits at once, President Donald Trump says he's "very happy" with the pace of North Korea's denuclearization, despite Kim Jong Un having taken no major steps toward that aim since their summit in Singapore last month.

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  • Toronto suspect's family says he was ill
Toronto suspect's family says he was ill

The 29-year-old gunman was killed after an exchange of gunfire with police. Saunders said police are investigating "every possible motive, including terrorism". Hussain died after exchanging gunfire with police officers at the scene. "We heard a woman yell, 'Help!' My partner went outside the restaurant and the woman was right there".

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  • Iran to US: Do Not Play with the Lion’s Tail
Iran to US: Do Not Play with the Lion’s Tail

Pompeo referred to Iran as a "kleptocratic regime" that had been stealing from the Iranian public for 40 years. The tweet, which is likely to be construed as a threat of war among Tehran's hardliners, has echoes of Trump's "fire and fury" comments from last summer.

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  • Israel targets ‘Iranian’ military installations in Syria
Israel targets ‘Iranian’ military installations in Syria

The Israeli evacuation of more than 400 Syrian civil defense workers and their families in a bold nighttime raid brought praise from overseas, even as media reports attributed an airstrike on an Iranian missile factory in northwest Syria to Israel .

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  • United States urges Security Council to maintain N.Korea pressure
United States urges Security Council to maintain N.Korea pressure

North Korea's ongoing negotiations with Seoul have also run into a hurdle this month, with the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Saturday demanding South Korea repatriate a group of North Korean restaurant workers thought to have defected across the border.

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  • Trump says ‘very happy’ with progress in North Korea talks
Trump says ‘very happy’ with progress in North Korea talks

A U.S. defence official, however, told AFP that the Pentagon was not closely tracking activities at Sohae in terms of how it relates to the denuclearisation of North Korea . In a tweet early on Monday, Trump rejected "Fake News" that he was angry because progress was not happening fast enough with North Korea. "But the relationships are very goo...

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  • Hooper: ‘Stand your ground’ can’t stand against senseless shooting over parking space
Hooper: ‘Stand your ground’ can’t stand against senseless shooting over parking space

McGlockton was taken to hospital with life threatening injuries and pronounced dead there. When McGlockton walked out of the store, he approached Jacobs and Drejka. Witnesses told deputies the two were arguing because Drejka was upset the woman parked there because she didn't use a wheelchair, sources said. According to Gualtieri, Drejka was coop...

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  • Iran's president warns Trump about the 'mother of all wars'
Iran's president warns Trump about the 'mother of all wars'

Khamenei used a speech to foreign ministry officials on Saturday to reject any renewed talks with the United States after President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from a 2015 global deal over Iran's nuclear program. "Just as the Bush administration cultivated a few Iraqi exiles and talked about human rights to provide legitimacy for a disa...

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  • Hillary Clinton Talks Trump And Russia Summit At NYC Fest
Hillary Clinton Talks Trump And Russia Summit At NYC Fest

The great mystery is why the president has not spoken up for our country". There is little to no precedent for calling on translators to testify, but members of Congress seem alarmed at the secrecy surrounding Trump's meeting with Putin .

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  • Pakistan polls: Former cricketers turn to support Imran Khan
Pakistan polls: Former cricketers turn to support Imran Khan

Afridi also confirmed that the bombing, which took place in Kulachi area, was a suicide attack. Khan is hoping to achieve a years-long dream of becoming prime minister, with recent polls showing his PTI party climbing nationally ahead of Wednesday's vote.

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  • Women killed, gunmen in custody after standoff at LA Trader Joe's
Women killed, gunmen in custody after standoff at LA Trader Joe's

Officers surrounded a Trader Joe's grocery store in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Silver Lake after a police pursuit reportedly ended with a suspect taking hostages in the store. About three hours after he took hostages in the store, the suspect surrendered. The suspect is in custody after surrendering to police in the hours-long barricade.

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  • Before inauguration, Trump reportedly saw evidence Putin personally ordered election interference
Before inauguration, Trump reportedly saw evidence Putin personally ordered election interference

Trump made stronger remarks in an interview later Wednesday with CBS News anchor Jeff Glor, saying he holds Putin personally responsible for Russian interference in US elections. political spectrum, but it remains to be seen whether Republicans have the will to rein in their president. Some Trump critics called on his key national security aid...

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  • Republican base overwhelmingly supports Donald Trump's comments at Helsinki summit
Republican base overwhelmingly supports Donald Trump's comments at Helsinki summit

US President Donald Trump has said he looks forward to his second meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin , insisting that the first meeting was a success despite widespread criticism at home and overseas. " President Trump asked (National Security Advisor John Bolton ) to invite President Putin to Washington in the fall and those disc...

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  • Obama will give speech in South Africa to commemorate Nelson Mandela's legacy
Obama will give speech in South Africa to commemorate Nelson Mandela's legacy

Obama's speech Tuesday in South Africa is expected to rally people to keep alive the ideas that Mandela worked for including democracy, diversity and good education for all. This house is very significant to the life of Nelson Mandela but also to the democracy of the country because it's here where Madiba spent his first 6 years after his presid...

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  • Death Toll Rises to 17 After Boat Capsizes in Mo
Death Toll Rises to 17 After Boat Capsizes in Mo

A Ride the Ducks boat carrying tourists capsized and sank on a lake during a thunderstorm in a country-music mecca in Missouri . Later, people on Malaske's boat saw a duck boat passenger "hanging on for dear life" to the paddle wheel of the Belle, he said .

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  • Trump Threatens to Slap Tariffs on Everything Imported From China
Trump Threatens to Slap Tariffs on Everything Imported From China

Around $505 billion of Chinese goods came into the United States in 2017, leading to a trade deficit of almost $376 billion, U.S. government data shows. During the 1960s, President Lyndon Johnson reportedly physically manhandled the then-Fed chairman, William McChesney Martin , for wanting to raise interest rates, which LBJ saw as a threat to hi...

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  • U.S. Senate Democratic leader: Trump 'putting himself over' U.S.
U.S. Senate Democratic leader: Trump 'putting himself over' U.S.

The two men were to meet alone apart from interpreters before a working lunch with aides. Yet while Trump's remarks drew criticism in both parties, the reaction was more muted from the Republican side. The US leader has promised to raise Russian election meddling with Mr Putin, but he did not do so publicly when he discussed the agenda as the...

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  • Trump Contradicts Intelligence Officials Again On Russia
Trump Contradicts Intelligence Officials Again On Russia

Then came Helsinki, with Trump seeing another world leader, Russian President Vladimir Putin - a controversial visit given the accusations of the two colluding in the past, especially around the 2016 Presidential Election. Mr Trump added: "It was a clean campaign". The meeting between Trump and Putin on Monday lasted four hours and featured...

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  • European Union is one of America's greatest 'foes'
European Union is one of America's greatest 'foes'

Following the one-on-one meeting, Trump and Putin began a larger meeting with other US and Russian officials, and will end the summit with a joint press conference. The two presidents will discuss Russian-U.S. relations and their further development, as well as current global matters, according to the Kremlin statement, released ahead of the meet...

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  • Barack Obama Breaks Out His Best Dance Moves In Kenya
Barack Obama Breaks Out His Best Dance Moves In Kenya

Other challenges facing Kenya are tribalism and the need for better education, Obama said. Obama insisting Kenya to tackle with endemic corruption and problems surrounding the divisions between this country's ethnic groups. "I built this centre because I asked young people "what will make you stay" and they mentioned all the things they didn't have...

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  • Judge orders alleged Russian agent to remain in custody
Judge orders alleged Russian agent to remain in custody

Butina is also well-connected to wealthy businessmen in the Russian oligarchy, according to prosecutors who allege her Twitter messages, chat logs, and emails refer to a known Russian businessman with deep ties to Putin's administration and who was listed in Forbes as having a net worth of US$1.2 billion.

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  • Putin summit: Five standout moments from the Helsinki meeting
Putin summit: Five standout moments from the Helsinki meeting

Arnold Schwarzenneger has branded President Trump "a little wet noodle" after Trump nearly told press he believed Vladimir Putin over his own intelligence agencies. The President faced significant criticism after his summit with Putin in Helsinki, Finland, when he seemed to undermine the USA intelligence community's conclusion that Russian Fe...

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  • Donald Trump Plays
Donald Trump Plays "Would/Wouldn’t" Word Game In Desperate Damage-Control Bid

When asked about Russian meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election, which 12 Russian military officers were indicted over on Friday, Mr Trump said: "President Putin just said it's not Russia ". John McCain, the senior Republican senator, said Trump's seeming acceptance of Putin's denial was a historical "low point" for the United States p...

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  • Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister
Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister

The government said being part of an EU customs union would prevent it from striking global trade deals, won the vote by 307 to 301, a slim majority for May of just 6. In the preceding vote, the government had fallen to only its second defeat on Brexit in the Commons, as MPs voted by 305 to 301 for continued United Kingdom involvement in the EU's r...

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  • USA challenges trading partners' retaliatory tariffs at WTO
USA challenges trading partners' retaliatory tariffs at WTO

Both Washington and Beijing slapped tariffs on Dollars 34 billion of each others' goods earlier this month, with the USA threatening to impose further tariffs on another USD 200 billion in Chinese goods. Trade Representative proposed 10 percent tariffs on a $200 list of Chinese goods. Of greater concern than trade is "slowing domestic demand wi...

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