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Trump's approval ratings are hovering around 40%. Here's how he could win in 2020 anyway
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Only one U.S. president in recent history had lower approval ratings than Donald Trump at this point in his first term, and that president lost his re-election bid. As Trump kicks off his own campaign Tuesday, CBC's Lyndsay Duncombe explains what he has working in his favour.


Tsunami warning issued for Japan after earthquake
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A 6.8 magnitude earthquake has jolted northwestern Japan, and officials are warning of a tsunami of up to one metre high along parts of the coast.


Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam apologizes but says she won't resign
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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has apologized for an extradition bill that set off massive protests and indicated it is unlikely to be revived.


Iran will not wage war against any nation, president says
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Iran will not wage war against any nation, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday in a speech broadcast live on state TV.


Conservatives hold 2nd round of voting, debate in race to succeed Theresa May
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Britain's Conservative Party leadership could provide more clarity on Tuesday, with another round of voting and a televised debate of the candidates left standing.


UN human rights office wants probe into death of ex-Egyptian president Morsi
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The UN human rights office has called for an independent investigation into the death of Egypt's former president, Mohammed Morsi, saying it should encompass all aspects of his treatment during nearly six years in custody.


Harvard pulls Parkland survivor's admission over racist comments
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A survivor of the Parkland school shooting in Florida said Monday that Harvard University withdrew his admission over racist comments he made in a shared Google Doc and text messages nearly two years ago.


Teens jailed in U.K. for inciting violence with online posts about Prince Harry
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A teenage neo-Nazi who called for Britain's Prince Harry a race traitor months after his marriage to U.S. actress Meghan Markle and suggested the prince should be shot was jailed for more than four years on Tuesday, the BBC reports.


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Michel Platini, Europe's Former Soccer Boss, Is Arrested As Part Of Qatar Inquiry
Just four years ago, Platini was the powerful head of Europe's football association and was seen as the heir apparent to Sepp Blatter.
What Happens To The Nuclear Deal If Iran Keeps Stockpiling Uranium?
Iran says it will exceed the limit on its stockpile of uranium agreed to under the 2015 nuclear deal. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Ambassador Wendy Sherman who helped craft that deal four years ago.
U.S. Resident Imprisoned In Iran On Spying Charges Returns To America
Nazir Zakka, a Lebanese citizen, was recently released from Iran's notorious Evin prison, where he served nearly four years.
U.S. Doesn't Want To Go To War With Iran, Retired Admiral McRaven Says
Steve Inskeep talks to retired Admiral William McRaven about the prospects for war with Iran. McRaven, who spent four decades as a Navy SEAL, oversaw the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
Denver Apparel Company Executive To Testify Against Planned Tariffs On Chinese Import
Noel King talks to Gail Ross, COO of Krimson Klover, about what she plans to say during public hearings on the Trump administration's proposal to place additional tariffs on Chinese imports.
2019 International Air Show Opens In France
A major question on everyone's mind at this year's Paris Air Show is the future prospects of Boeing after the grounding of the 737 Max jets. There have been two deadly crashes involving the plane.
U.S. Southern Border Cities Brace For Surge Of African Migrants
Latin American refugees are not the only ones seeking asylum at the U.S. southern border. A record number of African migrants are traveling up through Mexico, seeking asylum at U.S. ports of entry.
Protests Spotlight Hong Kong's 1 Country, 2 Systems Model With China
Recent protests are a reminder that Hong Kong has long been considered a thorn in Beijing's side. NPR's Noel King talks to David Rennie of
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More than 300,000 flee Congo violence, complicating Ebola fight: U.N.
More than 300,000 people have fled inter-ethnic violence in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo since early June, complicating the tracing and treatment of patients at risk from Ebola, U.N. aid agencies said on Tuesday.
Iran says if it decides to block Strait of Hormuz, it will do it 'publicly': Fars
Iran's military denied on Monday being behind attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week, and said if it decided to block Strait of Hormuz, a vital gateway in the Gulf for the oil industry, it will do it publicly.
Erdogan attacks Istanbul's ousted mayor days before poll re-run
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attacked Istanbul's ousted mayor on Tuesday, days before a crucial re-run of the municipal vote, accusing him of being aligned with a U.S.-based cleric blamed by Ankara for orchestrating a 2016 fai
Egyptian ex-president Mursi buried in Cairo as Islamists mourn
Modern Egypt's first democratically elected leader, Mohamed Mursi, was buried in a small family ceremony on Tuesday, a day after suffering a fatal heart attack in court at a Cairo prison, his sons said.
Hundreds of Brotherhood supporters mourn Egypt's Mursi in Turkey
Hundreds of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Turkey took to the streets of Ankara and Istanbul on Tuesday to mourn former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi, with some chanting slogans blaming Cairo authorities for his death.
Nigel Farage's milkshake attacker told to pay him compensation
A man who threw a milkshake over Nigel Farage, the leader of Britain's Brexit Party, has been ordered to pay him compensation to cover his suit-cleaning bill after pleading guilty to common assault and criminal damage.
Mexico president proposes recall referendum in March 2021
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Tuesday proposed holding a recall referendum on his presidency on March 21, 2021 if Congress cannot agree to a constitutional change permitting the vote during mid-term legislative
Hong Kong leader signals end to extradition bill but refuses to quit
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday signaled the end of a controversial extradition bill that she promoted and then postponed after some of the most violent protests since the former British colony returned to Chinese rule in 1
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Second vote in race to succeed Theresa May
The field of six candidates will narrow further, with at least one set to be knocked out of the race.
Germany's Angela Merkel 'fine' after seen shaking in heatwave
Germany's 64-year-old chancellor shook uncontrollably for more than a minute during an event in Berlin.
Berlin backs five-year rent freeze amid housing pressure
Rents have soared in the German capital - and now politicians are moving to keep flats affordable.
Mohammed Morsi: UN calls for inquiry into ex-Egyptian president's death
The 67-year-old former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi died after collapsing in court.
Teenage neo-Nazis jailed over terror offences
A judge said their online propaganda for a group called the Sonnenkrieg Division was abhorrent.
Facebook reveals digital currency details
Users will be able make payments with the currency via Facebook's apps and WhatsApp.
Gulf crisis: US sends more troops amid tanker tension with Iran
The US has blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tankers in the region, claims Iran calls "unfounded".
Panic amid Toronto Raptors victory parade gunfire
Four people are injured in shooting as the Toronto Raptors celebrate their first NBA title.
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Goodnight, and good luck
A valedictory note from Al Jazeera America on what we tried to bring to the online news landscape

A long road to reintegration for Rwandan ex-combatants
Despite programs aimed at helping former fighters recover and rebuild, many struggle to find their place in society

The Cabula 12: Brazils police war against the black community
Brazil's anti-police movement continues to fight for the soul of Cabula, even as death threats intensify

Nevada governor says he doesn't want Supreme Court consideration
Republican Brian Sandoval, reportedly under consideration by Obama for the nation's top court, says he's not interested

Elegy for a website where Native voices mattered
AJAM reported on tribal communities and offered coverage on Indian Country that few could match

As thousands enter Europe, EU flails in anti-smuggling efforts
Why did Frontex, the EU border agency, abruptly cancel a successful anti-smuggling pilot program in Greece?

New Orleanians see tourism bias in post-Katrina public transport
While 62 percent of transportation has been restored, locals say bus service has been left behind

The cancer cluster of Piketon, Ohio
How the legacy of the Cold War poisons people still

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Michel Platini, Europe's Former Soccer Boss, Is Arrested As Part Of Qatar Inquiry
Just four years ago, Platini was the powerful head of Europe's football association and was seen as the heir apparent to Sepp Blatter.
What Happens To The Nuclear Deal If Iran Keeps Stockpiling Uranium?
Iran says it will exceed the limit on its stockpile of uranium agreed to under the 2015 nuclear deal. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Ambassador Wendy Sherman who helped craft that deal four years ago.
U.S. Resident Imprisoned In Iran On Spying Charges Returns To America
Nazir Zakka, a Lebanese citizen, was recently released from Iran's notorious Evin prison, where he served nearly four years.
U.S. Doesn't Want To Go To War With Iran, Retired Admiral McRaven Says
Steve Inskeep talks to retired Admiral William McRaven about the prospects for war with Iran. McRaven, who spent four decades as a Navy SEAL, oversaw the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
Denver Apparel Company Executive To Testify Against Planned Tariffs On Chinese Import
Noel King talks to Gail Ross, COO of Krimson Klover, about what she plans to say during public hearings on the Trump administration's proposal to place additional tariffs on Chinese imports.
2019 International Air Show Opens In France
A major question on everyone's mind at this year's Paris Air Show is the future prospects of Boeing after the grounding of the 737 Max jets. There have been two deadly crashes involving the plane.
U.S. Southern Border Cities Brace For Surge Of African Migrants
Latin American refugees are not the only ones seeking asylum at the U.S. southern border. A record number of African migrants are traveling up through Mexico, seeking asylum at U.S. ports of entry.
Protests Spotlight Hong Kong's 1 Country, 2 Systems Model With China
Recent protests are a reminder that Hong Kong has long been considered a thorn in Beijing's side. NPR's Noel King talks to David Rennie of
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Hong Kong’s leader offers her ‘sincerest apologies,’ but refuses to resign

With her term likely reduced to lame duck status, Hong Kong’s leader offered her most forceful apology yet for championing a massively unpopular extradition bill, but still declined to accede to the demands of 2 million people who took to the streets last Sunday to call for her ouster.

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Japan earthquake: Tsunami warning issued after magnitude 6.8 quake

A powerful earthquake jolted northwestern Japan on Tuesday night, and officials warned of a tsunami up to one meter (3.3 feet) high along parts of the coast.

Japan's Meteorological Agency said the quake registered magnitude 6.8 and was located off the western coast of Yamagata about 50 kilometers...


Ecuador defends decision to let the U.S. use the Galapagos Islands for anti-drug flights

Ecuador’s defense minister on Monday defended his country’s decision to allow U.S. anti-drug overflights to land in the environmentally sensitive Galapagos Islands, saying the planes will use the landing strips “no more than three days [per month] … in situations of emergency or refueling.”

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Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's death stirs memories of onetime democracy hopes

Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, imprisoned since the military removed him from office in 2013, died Monday after collapsing in court, putting the nation’s authoritarian-minded government on the defensive over his treatment in custody.

State television reported early Tuesday that the cause...


Guatemalan election headed for runoff in August

Guatemala’s presidential election appeared headed for a runoff between a former first lady and a former prisons chief after none of the 19 candidates won a majority of votes in Sunday’s balloting.

With 98% of the ballots counted, the country’s electoral tribunal reported Monday that former first...


At Toronto Raptors victory rally two people are shot and wounded

Toronto police say two people have been shot and wounded at a rally for the NBA champion Raptors. Two people have been arrested.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Toronto's mayor and the Raptors players remained on stage while the ceremony was briefly interrupted.

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Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s death renews criticism of his treatment in prison

Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, imprisoned since the military removed him from office in 2013, died Monday after collapsing in court, officials said, putting the nation’s authoritarian-minded government on the defensive over his treatment in custody.

The country’s first democratically...


Hong Kong’s leader faces pressure to resign. Will her replacement be any better?

It seemed impossible to conceive Hong Kong could produce a more unpopular leader than Leung Chun-ying, the hapless one-term chief executive who was despised for refusing to negotiate with activists during the 2014 pro-democracy Umbrella Movement protests.

Enter Carrie Lam, the career civil servant...


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Guatemala election: What campaign chaos has to do with migration north

Guatemala election: What campaign chaos has to do with migration northA little boy ran out of a voting booth Sunday in the Guatemalan department of San Marcos, a rural area south of the Mexican border. Grasping his mother’s hand, he victoriously screamed, “I voted!” holding up his inked index finger.



In Trump peace conference, a perilous balancing act for Jordan

In Trump peace conference, a perilous balancing act for JordanAs the Trump administration prepares for an economic conference next week in Bahrain, the first leg of its Middle East peace plan, it is exerting immense pressure on two of America’s closest Arab allies to take part in a process seen as toxic by their own publics. Rather than advocates for the administration’s undisclosed “ultimate deal,” Jordan and Egypt are reluctant guests at the conference. For their part, Palestinians are also applying pressure to Arab states to boycott the economic workshop, which many Arabs fear will offer investment projects to Palestinians in return for recognizing Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem and the West Bank – a “selling off” of Palestinian statehood.



Why this Republican senator has been able to forge her own path

Why this Republican senator has been able to forge her own path“As long as she’s working for the state of Alaska, people support her,” says Kathryn Bowerman, taking a break from crocheting in Bethel’s public library. The support from Bethel’s voters is a window into Senator Murkowski’s political viability – and her vulnerability. In fact, Senator Murkowski’s record in Washington as a moderate Republican who at times defies her party – and President Donald Trump – infuriates many Alaska Republicans.



Hong Kong’s quiet message to Beijing

Hong Kong’s quiet message to BeijingOn Sunday, more than a quarter of Hong Kong’s residents, or about 2 million people, were out on the streets to defend the territory’s much-cherished rule of law. It was the third protest in eight days against a proposed extradition treaty sought by China. The color was made popular in December when churchgoers in Hong Kong wore black over two Sundays in solidarity with fellow Christians in the mainland suffering a government crackdown on religion.



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Facebook to launch digital currency, Libra
The project is the biggest step of any major corporation into the emerging realms of digital currency and blockchain technology.
Trump's worst enemy as he kicks off his re-election bid may be himself
As his campaign seeks reinforcements for its formidable base, some Trump voters say the president's persona is the problem.
New Jersey man becomes latest American tourist to die at a Dominican Republic resort
Joseph Allen is at least the ninth American to have died while staying at resorts in the the small Caribbean country.
Undercover video offers gruesome look at Florida dogfighting ring
The footage, shot by a confidential government informant, was obtained by NBC News after eight people were indicted on federal dogfighting charges.
Friend charged with murder of ex-state senator who was found slain outside her home
Rebecca O’Donnell, 48, was charged with murder, abuse of a corpse, and tampering with physical evidence on Monday.
U.S. sending 1,000 troops to Middle East amid heightened tension with Iran
Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan cited recent tensions with Iran as a potential threat to United States interests across the region.
China harvests organs from detainees, tribunal concludes
China's organ transplant trade is worth $1 billion a year, according to a tribunal. This story contains details some may find distressing.
North Carolina campus shooting victims each had 6 or more gunshot wounds
Riley Howell, who tried to tackle the shooter, had four wounds to the head or neck, two to the chest and one on each arm during the April shooting at UNC-Charlotte.
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Celtics' Horford will decline player option, become free agent
Boston Celtics center Al Horford is expected to decline his $30.1 million player option for the 2019-20 season and become an unrestricted free agent.

Quebec’s new law banning religious garments in public fails the reality test
In my visit to Montreal in early June, every conversation came back to the same issue: Bill 21, the legislation that passed the provincial legislature Sunday that is considered a threat to the free exercise of religion.

Cara Delevingne praises Ashley Benson: 'She showed me what real love is'
Cara Delevingne gave a shoutout to her girlfriend, "Pretty Little Liars" alum Ashley Benson, during her speech at the TrevorLIVE gala.

Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton team up for 'Dive Bar'
Garth Brooks has joined forces with Blake Shelton for new single, "Dive Bar."

Earthquake swarms feed molten rock to newly forming volcanoes
A pair of earthquake swarms is helping researchers uncover the link between sinking tectonic plates and volcanoes.

Swallowing toiletries, makeup sends thousands of children to ER each year
Thousands of children go to the emergency room each year after swallowing beauty products, a new study reports.

Minor Leaguers sport 'dad bod' jerseys, including back hair
A Minor League Baseball team wore "dad bod" themed jerseys during a game in northern Kentucky as part of a promotion.

Pyongyang Soju selected national beverage of North Korea
Kim Jong Un has designated a beverage that embodies the "innocent and tender hearts" of the North Korean people as the national liquor of North Korea.

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Hong Kong protesters unimpressed by Lam’s ‘sincere’ apology

Chief suggests extradition law effectively shelved but protesters say key demands ignored

Hong Kong’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, has offered a “solemn” personal apology for the crisis that has engulfed the city since she tried to force a controversial extradition law on to the books.

The leader of the semi-autonomous city also hinted on Tuesday that she had effectively shelved the legislation, but protesters criticised her as insincere and said she had ignored their key demands.

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MH17: prosecutors to identify suspects and file first charges

Dutch-led inquiry is expected to name first four suspects over 2014 downing of flight that left 298 people dead

Dutch prosecutors are set to identify suspects and file the first criminal charges over the 2014 downing over east Ukraine of flight MH17 that left 298 people dead in the worst atrocity in five years of war between Ukraine and Russia-backed separatists.

The charges are likely to target members of a Russia-backed separatist movement and may include Russian servicemen who commanded or helped transport the anti-aircraft missile system used to bring down the plane.

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Mohamed Morsi buried as detention conditions denounced as torture

Egyptian former president’s burial takes place under heavy security in remote area of Cairo

Egypt’s former president Mohamed Morsi has been buried in a remote area of Cairo as his treatment in custody before his death was denounced as torture.

Morsi, the only democratically elected civilian leader in Egypt’s history, fainted in court on Monday and was pronounced dead on arrival in hospital. He was prosecuted on numerous charges after his one-year rule was brought to an end by a military coup in 2013.

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Photograph lays bare reality of melting Greenland sea ice

Research teams traversing partially melted fjord to retrieve weather equipment release startling picture

Rapidly melting sea ice in Greenland has presented an unusual hazard for research teams retrieving their oceanographic moorings and weather station equipment.

A photo, taken by Steffen Olsen from the Centre for Ocean and Ice at the Danish Meteorological Institute on 13 June, showed sled dogs wading through water ankle-deep on top of a melting ice sheet in the country’s north-west. In the startling image, it seems as though the dogs are walking on water.

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Iran will not wage war against any nation, says Hassan Rouhani

Iranian president speaks after US said it was sending 1,000 more troops to region

Iran has declared it “will not wage war against any nation” after the US announced that a further 1,000 troops are to be sent to the Middle East amid rising tensions.

The US move, announced by the acting defence secretary, Patrick Shanahan, comes after the US blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tanker ships last week, which has raised fears of a confrontation, and Tehran declaring it had increased its rate of uranium enrichment.

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Libra: Facebook launches cryptocurrency in bid to shake up global finance

Digital currency will let billions of users make transactions but is raising privacy concerns

Facebook’s Libra launch will extend its global domination
All you need to know about Facebook’s new cryptocurrency

Facebook has announced a digital currency called Libra that will allow its billions of users to make financial transactions across the globe, in a move that could potentially shake up the world’s banking system.

Libra is being touted as a means to connect people who do not have access to traditional banking platforms. With close to 2.4 billion people using Facebook each month, Libra could be a financial game changer, but will face close scrutiny as Facebook continues to reel from a series of privacy scandals.

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Trump to launch 2020 campaign amid confusion over mass deportation threat – live

More on that report, after Trump said he had a “very good” telephone conversation with China’s President Xi Jinping and said the two leaders would have an “extended meeting” later this month in Japan.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her country is taking “very seriously” the new US information about Iran’s alleged responsibility for attacks last week on two oil tankers near the Persian Gulf.
Merkel says “there’s a high-level of evidence. But that won’t stop me from saying we have to do everything to solve the conflict situation with Iran in a peaceful manner.”
Iran denies the US accusation, the AP writes.

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In Los Angeles, only people of color are sentenced to death

The county’s prosecutor has won death sentences for 22 defendants, none of them white, report shows

Los Angeles has sentenced more people to death than any other county in the US, and only people of color have received the death penalty under the region’s current prosecutor, a new report shows.

LA county’s district attorney, Jackie Lacey, has won death sentences for a total of 22 defendants, all people of color, and eight of them were represented by lawyers with serious misconduct charges prior or after their cases, according to a new analysis by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

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Hong Kong leader offers ‘sincere apology’ after massive march against extradition bill
Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam will not fully withdraw the legislation as demonstrators have demanded, and said she wants to continue to serve the public.
The U.S. is pouring millions into Somalia despite concerns over dependency on aid
The United States has been the East African country’s largest donor for decades, propping up a succession of weak governments that have struggled to deal with persistent drought and the brutal tactics of Islamist militants.
U.N. joins call for independent probe in controversial death of Egypt’s ousted president Morsi
Democratically elected Mohamed Morsi was buried on Tuesday, in a ceremony attended only by family, amid calls for an impartial investigation.
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Hong Kong leader 'sorry' but does not abandon extradition bill amid fury
Hong Kong's leader has appeared in public to offer her "sincere apology" following mass protests against a proposed extradition law, but has not said she will abandon the bill.

Platini detained on suspicion of Qatar World Cup corruption
Former UEFA president and French football legend Michel Platini is being detained for "technical reasons", according to his team.

Stuntman found dead after magic trick in River Ganges goes wrong
The body of an Indian magician who drowned when his Houdini-like escape stunt went wrong has been recovered from the River Ganges.

Bella Hadid apologises to Arab fans for 'insulting' Instagram post
Bella Hadid has been forced to apologise after insulting a number of Middle Eastern fans in a social media post.

Man arrested after 34 live birds in hair curlers found in case
A man has been arrested after trying to smuggle 34 live finches hidden in plastic hair curlers on a flight from Guyana.

Merkel 'doing well' after visibly shaking at ceremony
Angela Merkel sparked concern after she began shaking vigorously as she greeted Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Berlin.

Dramatic photo shows huskies walking on water in Greenland
They say "a picture paints a thousand words" - and that was indeed the case when a Danish meteorologist tweeted a photograph of what appeared to be husky dogs walking on water in northwest Greenland.

UK on 'high alert' over Asian hornets heading for Britain
There are fears potentially deadly insects could be about to invade the UK after a dramatic rise in numbers in Jersey.

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‘Plant Guy’ Has Delivered Kawhi Leonard His Housewarming Gift and the Internet Has Deemed Them Both Heroes
Plant Guy has fulfilled his dream of giving Kawhi Leonard his housewarming gift — and the internet couldn’t be more thrilled. “Plant Guy,” as he has been dubbed, has been the subject of much adoration. Onli
Father of Sandy Hook Massacre Victim Wins Defamation Lawsuit Against Shooting Deniers
The book, 'Nobody Died at Sandy Hook,' has also been pulled from shelves
Italian Great-Grandma Who Was Europe’s Oldest Person Has Died at 116
Giuseppina Robucci was just two months younger than the current oldest living person
Tsunami Warning Issued in Japan After Powerful Earthquake
Japan's Meteorological Agency said the quake registered magnitude 6.8
‘Your Species Isn’t Known for Moving Quickly.’ Jon Stewart Roasts Mitch McConnell Over 9/11 Bill on The Late Show
Stewart went on The Late Show to support the people he calls “the first heroes.“
How U.S. Allies in the Middle East are Responding to Rising Tensions with Iran
The impact of escalation is likely to be most acute in the Gulf region
Ahead of Re-election Rally, President Trump Threatens To Deport Millions
'They will be removed as fast as they come in,' Trump said of immigrants

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