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'We have to start getting used to it': Record-breaking temperatures heating up the globe
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No better time than during a global heat wave to take a closer look at the world's changing climate, for which record-breaking temperatures and extreme weather are the "new normal," experts say.


U.S. Senate goes on record against Putin pitch to interview Americans
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The U.S. Senate has overwhelmingly approved a resolution against allowing Russia to question former U.S. ambassador Michael McFaul or other U.S. officials. It was a formal rebuke to President Donald Trump, who touted the offer at the Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.


Israel passes Jewish nation-state bill after contentious session in Knesset
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Israel's parliament approved controversial legislation on Thursday that defines the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people, but critics warn that it marginalizes minorities.


Canada warns of retaliatory tariffs as U.S. mulls 25% levy on imported cars
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Manufacturers, suppliers, car dealers and foreign diplomats will line up to testify today at a Washington hearing to try to head off auto tariffs, a move that even automakers in the U.S. are asking the administration not to implement.


Livestock with less methane: Scientists seek ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
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Greenhouse gases from livestock are about 14.5 per cent of global emissions. Scientists are working on improving feed, breeding stock and changing pasture conditions to improve emissions.


Italian PM calls for EU body to co-ordinate migrant arrivals
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Italy has asked the European Commission to set up an agency to oversee the distribution of migrants rescued in the Mediterranean, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday.


Montenegro, in apparent rebuke to Trump, says it cherishes 'values of democracy'
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Montenegro contributes to peace and security in Europe, the government of the recent NATO member said on Thursday, responding to a suggestion by U.S. President Donald Trump that the small republic was not worth defending against attack.


Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten stabbed to death
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Prosecutors in Kazakhstan say Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten has been killed, and they are treating the case as murder. Kazakh news agencies report Ten was stabbed Thursday after a dispute with people who tried to steal a mirror from his car.


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Survivors Of Past Political Violence Will Monitor This Year's Elections In Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe goes to the polls July 30, for its first election post-Mugabe. A new program is training survivors of past political violence to be citizen monitors for this year's elections.
Piecing Together The Story Of Russian Maria Butina
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with David Corn, co-author of
Reporter Shows The Links Between The Men Behind Brexit And The Trump Campaign
Carole Cadwalladr's investigation into Cambridge Analytica's role in Brexit led her to Russian connections and the Trump campaign. She says British investigators are working "closely with the FBI."
Putin Offers First Comments On Helsinki Summit Since Returning To Russia
President Trump has someone new coming to his defense: Vladimir Putin. Speaking to a conference of Russia's diplomats in Moscow on Thursday, Putin described Helsinki summit as "successful overall."
From California, A Saudi Woman Fights Her Country's Strict Male Guardianship Laws
"I came from a very strict country to a very free country," says Samah Damanhoori. The 29-year-old cut ties with her family after her father canceled his initial approval for her to study in the U.S.
Who Knew The World Bank And The U.N. Are Emoji Lovers?
Charities and nonprofit agencies are embracing the symbols to communicate about tough topics like global hunger, poverty and disease.
Photographer Captures The Contradictions Of Otherworldly Antarctica
WAMU's Tyrone Turner was mesmerized by the majestic ice and surprised by how he felt in the presence of these massive structures.
Whale Of A Plane: Airbus BelugaXL Makes Maiden Flight
The BelugaXL's paint job "features beluga whale-inspired eyes and an enthusiastic grin." For several hours on Thursday, the whale soared over southern France.
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Trump invites Putin to Washington after interview furor
U.S. President Donald Trump rejected Russian President Vladimir Putin's proposal that Russian authorities be allowed to question American citizens, the White House said on Thursday, after the offer drew fierce criticism in the Uni
Suriname issues protest note over Dutch minister's 'failed state' comment
Suriname issued a protest note to the Netherlands on Thursday after the Dutch foreign minister said the South American nation was a "failed state" because of its ethnic diversity.
France's Macron under fire after aide caught beating protester
French President Emmanuel Macron came under fire on Thursday after his office briefly suspended one of his aides for beating a May Day protester and posing as a police officer, but did not inform law enforcement authorities.
UK's new Brexit envoy optimistic, as EU warns of Brexit crash
London's new Brexit minister said he was confident he could reach a deal, on his first trip to Brussels on Thursday as the EU warned business to get ready for Britain crashing out of the bloc without agreed terms to cushion the ec
Weary Venezuelans rely on 'dog cart' transports as buses succumb to crisis
On a recent afternoon, a crowd of hundreds massed on the sidewalk outside an exit from the subway in the central Venezuelan city of Valencia.
Civilians killed in Afghanistan air strike: officials
As many as 14 people, including women and children, were killed in an air strike carried out during an operation by Afghan security forces near the northern city of Kunduz on Thursday, officials said.
Amid growing anger over Ortega, Nicaragua marks Sandinista revolution
Nicaraguans mark the anniversary of the Sandinista revolution on Thursday despite months of bloody repression of protesters opposed to President Daniel Ortega, with critics increasingly comparing the former rebel to the dictator o
Mexico says Canada's top diplomat to meet Lopez Obrador, discuss trade
Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland will meet Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and discuss NAFTA trade talks during a visit to the country on July 25, the Mexican foreign ministry said in a statement on
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Turmoil Slows Rebuilding of Puerto Rico's Power Grid
Ten months after Hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico's electric grid, the local agency responsible for rebuilding it is in chaos and more than $1 billion in federal funds meant to strengthen the rickety system has gone unspent, according to contractors and U.S. officials who are anxious to make progress before the next hurricane. The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has seen two chief executive officers and four board members resign in less than a week in a messy fight over how...

US Weekly Jobless Claims Hit Lowest Point Since Late '69
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped last week to its lowest point in more than 48 years as the labor market strengthens further, but trade tensions are casting a shadow over the economy's outlook. Other data on Thursday showed manufacturing activity in the mid-Atlantic region accelerated in July amid a surge in orders received by factories. But the Philadelphia Federal Reserve survey also showed manufacturers paying more for...

Pompeo to VOA: China on Wrong Side of Religious Freedom
Days ahead of the first-ever ministerial talks hosted by the State Department to advance religious freedom around the world, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sat down with VOA State Department correspondent Nike Ching on Thursday, addressing pressing issues including the plight of Myanmar's Rohingya, the repression of Uighurs Muslims and Tibetan Buddhists in China, and Russia’s activities in eastern Ukraine. Below is an edited transcript. Question: On the ethnic cleansing against...

Afghan Female Commando Unit Actively Fighting Insurgents
The Afghan Female Tactical Platoon, an attachment to the elite unit of the Afghan special forces, was established less than a year ago by the Afghan Ministry of Defense with the help of the NATO-Resolute Support Mission. Afghan defense officials describe the platoon as a key part of the country’s special operations against various militant groups. VOA’s Mohammad Habibzada reports.

Pompeo to VOA: US Won't Allow Russian Questioning of Former US Ambassador
The U.S. has no intention of allowing Russia to question Michael McFaul, Washington's former ambassador to Moscow and a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told VOA on Thursday. "It’s not going to happen," the top U.S. diplomat said in an interview at the State Department. Pompeo said Putin "made a proposal about a number of things during the course of the conversation" he had Monday at his Helsinki summit with U.S....

US Politicians Urge Google, Facebook Not to Censor Vietnamese 
U.S. politicians are the latest critics of a new cyber law in Vietnam, openly asking Google and Facebook to defy parts of the measure they say abets censorship at a time when Hanoi is putting a U.S. citizen on trial after attending a protest. The two companies risk enabling a law that lets Vietnam delete web content, "access private data, spy on users, and further restrict the limited online speech freedoms enjoyed by Vietnamese citizens," according to two letters published...

Commerce Secretary: 'Too Early' to Say if US Will Impose Auto Tariffs
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday it was "too early" to say if the United States would impose tariffs of up to 25 percent on imported cars and parts, a suggestion that has been met with harsh criticism from the industry. The department opened an investigation in May into whether imported autos and parts pose a national security risk and was holding a hearing on the probe Thursday, taking testimony from auto trade groups, foreign governments and...

Trump 'Not Thrilled' With Fed's Decision to Hike Interest Rates
U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday that he was not pleased about the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to increase interest rates. "I'm not thrilled," Trump said in a CNBC interview that aired Friday. His remarks followed two interest rate hikes this year and Fed suggestions of two more increases before the end of the year. "Because we go up and every time you go up, they want to raise rates again. I don't really — I am not happy about it," he said....

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Israeli Law Declares the Country the ‘Nation-State of the Jewish People’
Critics say that by giving a special status to Jews — and downgrading the status of the Arabic language — the legislation diminishes non-Jewish citizens.
Erdogan, Flush With Victory, Seizes New Powers in Turkey
In a flurry of decrees since his inauguration last week, the Turkish president has made clear that he will wield unchecked authority in all walks of life.
Putin Says Trump’s Critics in U.S. Are Trying to Undermine Meeting
The Russian president warned that unspecified forces in the United States were trying to reverse the results of the talks in Helsinki, Finland.
A Cobra Strikes. A Magician Is Stricken. Middle Eastern Foes Unite.
After an Egyptian cobra bit a famous Turkish illusionist, officials scrambled to get him to Cairo for treatment. It was a rare instance of cooperation between the countries.
Heat Wave Scorches Sweden as Wildfires Rage in the Arctic Circle
High temperatures and low rainfall have fueled fires across the country. Elsewhere in Europe, drought in Britain and Ireland has exposed ancient structures.
South Korean Court Orders Big Payouts to Families of Ferry Victims
The ruling was the first time a court held the government financially culpable in a 2014 ferry sinking that killed 304 people, South Korea’s worst catastrophe in decades.
Myanmar’s Military Planned Rohingya Genocide, Rights Group Says
A meticulous campaign by the security forces led to the Muslim minority group’s exodus, a report by Fortify Rights finds.
A 4-Day Workweek? A Test Run Shows a Surprising Result
A New Zealand firm reduced its workweek to 32 hours over four days, and found that workers were more productive during their time at work.
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Trump rejects proposal for Russia to interrogate US citizens
The US rejects President Putin's call to question US citizens, including a former Moscow ambassador.
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab vows to 'intensify' talks
Dominic Raab meets the EU's chief negotiator, as the IMF warns Ireland will be hit hard by a no deal Brexit.
Burberry burns bags, clothes and perfume worth millions
The fashion firm destroyed £28m of unwanted stock last year in a bid to protect its brand.
Zuckerberg in Holocaust denial row
The Facebook founder's assertion that Holocaust deniers should be given a voice has outraged many.
Egypt sarcophagus: Mystery black tomb opened in Alexandria
Archaeologists unseal a huge black granite sarcophagus found in the ancient city of Alexandria.
Would you choose to sleep with the fishes?
Councillors are considering a proposal for an underwater graveyard off Australia's Gold Coast.
Macron aide Benalla in French probe for beating protester
A member of the French president's staff was filmed attacking two people during a protest in Paris.
Trevor Noah defends 'Africa won the World Cup' joke
A French diplomat accuses Daily Show comedian Trevor Noah of denying the players' "Frenchness".
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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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Survivors Of Past Political Violence Will Monitor This Year's Elections In Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe goes to the polls July 30, for its first election post-Mugabe. A new program is training survivors of past political violence to be citizen monitors for this year's elections.
Piecing Together The Story Of Russian Maria Butina
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with David Corn, co-author of
Reporter Shows The Links Between The Men Behind Brexit And The Trump Campaign
Carole Cadwalladr's investigation into Cambridge Analytica's role in Brexit led her to Russian connections and the Trump campaign. She says British investigators are working "closely with the FBI."
Putin Offers First Comments On Helsinki Summit Since Returning To Russia
President Trump has someone new coming to his defense: Vladimir Putin. Speaking to a conference of Russia's diplomats in Moscow on Thursday, Putin described Helsinki summit as "successful overall."
From California, A Saudi Woman Fights Her Country's Strict Male Guardianship Laws
"I came from a very strict country to a very free country," says Samah Damanhoori. The 29-year-old cut ties with her family after her father canceled his initial approval for her to study in the U.S.
Who Knew The World Bank And The U.N. Are Emoji Lovers?
Charities and nonprofit agencies are embracing the symbols to communicate about tough topics like global hunger, poverty and disease.
Photographer Captures The Contradictions Of Otherworldly Antarctica
WAMU's Tyrone Turner was mesmerized by the majestic ice and surprised by how he felt in the presence of these massive structures.
Whale Of A Plane: Airbus BelugaXL Makes Maiden Flight
The BelugaXL's paint job "features beluga whale-inspired eyes and an enthusiastic grin." For several hours on Thursday, the whale soared over southern France.
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Philippines orders Australian nun deported and blacklisted as 'a risk to public interest'

The Philippine immigration bureau on Thursday ordered the deportation of an Australian nun who has angered the president by joining anti-government rallies, but her lawyers called the move "persecution" and said they would appeal.

The bureau also wants to prohibit Sister Patricia Anne Fox from...


Video emerges of Macron's bodyguard beating protester in Paris

A video showing one of French President Emmanuel Macron's security chiefs beating a student demonstrator, until now cloaked in secrecy, is drawing a fierce public backlash over what is seen as mild punishment and a possible coverup.

The video of the May 1 event in Paris, revealed by Le Monde on...


Israeli parliament passes bill defining country as the nation-state of the Jewish people

The Israeli parliament has passed a controversial bill defining the country as the nation state of the Jewish people, granting an advantageous status to Jewish-only communities and downgrading Arabic from an official language to one with a “special status.”

The bill passed at 3 a.m. Thursday, squeezing...


Why is Trump going after small NATO ally Montenegro?

President Trump never seemed to have much respect for the tiny European nation of Montenegro, the newest member of NATO.

At a summit at the transatlantic alliance’s headquarters in Brussels last year, Trump and other leaders were gathering for a group photograph when Trump shoved aside Dusko Markovic,...


Thai boys, released from hospital, recount getting trapped in a cave, drinking water from rock walls

They were only supposed to be gone an hour. They brought no food, only a rope and flashlights they had stuffed into their soccer bags without telling their parents where they were going.

The 12 boys had persuaded their 25-year-old coach to take them after soccer practice to the Tham Luang Nang...


Turkey lifts state of emergency after two-year purge, but will anyone even notice?

A two-year state of emergency during which thousands were jailed or stripped of their livelihoods was lifted early Thursday, buoying the hopes of some that a time of repression and stifled free speech in Turkey was at an end.

Opposition leaders and human rights activists, however, cautioned that...


Once banned, the facial tattoo reappears as a cultural asset and political weapon in Taiwan

As a child, Kimi Sibal got his first lesson on the significance and the stigma of the facial tattoo when he asked his grandmother about the strange markings on her face.

Facial tattoos had been banned in Taiwan by Japanese colonists decades earlier and his grandmother hushed him, worried that if...


Libya left migrants to die in the Mediterranean, rescue group says

A migrant aid group has accused Libya's coast guard of abandoning three people in the Mediterranean Sea, including a woman and a toddler who died, after intercepting 160 Europe-bound migrants near the shores of the North African nation.

Proactiva Open Arms, a Spanish rescue group, said it found...


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Intel chief Dan Coats takes questions on Russian meddling
NBC News' chief foreign affairs correspondent will ask Director of National Intelligence Coats about threats to the U.S., including Russian meddling in our elections.
Trump criticizes Federal Reserve for rate hikes, breaking with tradition
The White House quickly released a statement, noting that Trump "respects the independence of the Fed."
White House now says Trump disagrees with Russian request to question U.S. diplomat
The apparent reversal came as lawmakers weighed a nonbinding resolution slamming the idea
'Boy or girl?' Parents raising 'theybies' let kids decide
One way of shielding children from gender stereotypes: Keep their biological sex secret.
Nielsen won't say whether Russian meddling favored Trump
However, the DHS secretary said it would be "foolish" to think Russia stopped meddling in U.S. elections.
Sedated babies, code words: Inside Europe's people-smuggling networks
NBC News met Zubair Nazeri in Serbia and tracked him for a year as he repeatedly tried to reach the West.
Midwest farmers take trade woes, frustrations to Capitol Hill
With harvest time looming and prices dropping, farmers appeal to Congress to end the White House-backed trade wars.
Why hasn't Mueller subpoenaed Trump yet? He may not need to
There are several reasons why Mueller may decide to forgo a presidential grand jury subpoena altogether.
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Jerry Kramer can relate to Terrell Owens' Hall of Fame frustration
Jerry Kramer said he understands Terrell Owens' frustration when it comes to playing the waiting game for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Neanderthals could start their own fires, new research proves
Neanderthals weren't dependent on lightning strikes and natural wildfires for their flames. The early human relatives were able to start their own fires.

Experts: China poses threats to U.S. through technology transfers
China's systematic technology transfers through industrial espionage, state-sponsored theft and academia should be combated aggressively, experts said Thursday.

Senate unanimously opposes Russia questioning U.S. officials
The U.S. Senate on unanimously passed a resolution in opposition to Russia questioning any U.S. officials as Russian President Vladimir Putin suggested Monday.

Origami-inspired device to help scientists capture soft-bodied marine species
To trap and hold fragile marine organisms, a team of researchers at Harvard and the University of Rhode Island looked to origami for inspiration.

Thunderstorms could hamper efforts to contain Ferguson Fire
California firefighters were worried erratic winds from expected thunderstorms near Yosemite National Park could hamper efforts to battle the Ferguson Fire.

Elizabeth Warren slams Trump nominee to lead CFPB
The Senate Banking Committee held a confirmation hearing for Kathy Kraninger, President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Scientists develop nicotine gum for 'betel quid' addiction
Researchers are developing a way for users to kick an addiction to betel quid -- a cheap stimulant that can lead to oral disease and cancer.

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Barnier welcomes Raab by stressing urgency of Irish border deadline

As EU negotiator meets Brexit secretary in Brussels, Raab calls for more ‘vim’ in talks

The EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, has welcomed Dominic Raab to Brussels with a thinly veiled critique of Theresa May’s Chequers plan and a 13-week deadline in which to solve the problem of the Irish border.

Appearing with Barnier for the first time in the Belgian capital, the new Brexit secretary, clutching a copy of the UK’s recently published Brexit white paper, called for more “vim, vigour and energy” in the troubled negotiations.

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Footage of sole survivor of Amazon tribe emerges

Man believed to be in his 50s seen swinging an axe to fell a tree in Brazilian forest

Remarkable footage has been released of an uncontacted indigenous man who has lived alone in an Amazon forest for at least 22 years.

Semi-naked and swinging an axe vigorously as he fells a tree, the man, believed to be in his 50s, has never been filmed so clearly before and appears to be in excellent health.

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'One more racist law': reactions as Israel axes Arabic as official language

‘Nation state’ law gives Jews exclusive rights over Arabs who make up fifth of Israel’s population

The passing of a law in Israel that affords exclusive rights to Jewish people and removes Arabic as an official language has rippled through the country’s Arab minority, who have decried the legislation as unabashedly racist.

“It’s one more law, one more racist law,” said Najib Hadad, 56, in Nazareth, the country’s largest northern city whose residents are predominately Arab.

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White House urged to give full account of Trump's private talks with Putin
  • Russian officials hail ‘important verbal agreements’ in Helsinki
  • Democrats: ‘Utterly amazing that no one knows what was said’

The White House was under growing pressure on Thursday to provide a full account of Donald Trump’s private talks earlier this week with Vladimir Putin, as Russian officials spoke of “important verbal agreements” made.

As some Democrats went as far as to push for the US translator in the room during Monday’s summit in Helsinki to give an account to Congress, Putin on Thursday hailed the meeting as a “success”.

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Donald Trump lambasts EU over $5.1bn fine for Google
  • ‘They have truly taken advantage of the U.S., but not for long!’
  • Google guilty of ‘serious illegal behaviour’ over Android apps

Donald Trump has attacked the European Union’s decision to fine Google $5.1bn (£3.8bn) for “serious illegal behaviour”.

The European commission announced the record fine on Wednesday after an investigation found the tech company had required smartphone operators to pre-install Google’s search and browser apps or lose access to its online store and streaming service.

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Huge Egyptian sarcophagus found to contain three mummies

Archaeologists open granite tomb but are dismayed at state of decay after ‘sewage leak’

Egyptian archeologists have opened a 30-tonne black granite sarcophagus to find three decomposed mummies after sewage water apparently leaked inside.

“The sarcophagus has been opened, but we have not been hit by a curse,” said Mostafa Waziry, the head of Egypt’s Supreme Council for Antiquities, in response to news reports warning of maledictions hidden inside the tomb in the port city of Alexandria.

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Emmanuel Macron faces scandal over security officer video

Demands for inquiry after film surfaces of Élysée officer in police visor hitting protester

Emmanuel Macron is facing a damaging political scandal after one of the French president’s top security officers was filmed hitting and stamping on a young man at a Paris demonstration while dressed as a police officer.

The French public prosecutor opened a preliminary inquiry on Thursday into a raft of possible charges including violence by a public official, pretending to be a member of the police and illegally using police insignia.

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Hundreds of Somalis fear deportation as they await US decision

More than 428,250 people from six countries have lost temporary protected status – and the Trump administration may now cancel the program for Somalis

Nearly 500 Somalis in the US who escaped terrorism and drought could be forced back to the war-torn country pending a Trump administration decision due on Thursday.

The US government has said Somalia is under severe threat from the al-Qaida-affiliated extremist movement, al-Shabaab, and a drought that brought the country to the brink of famine last year.

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Israel passes nation-state law, drawing praise from Netanyahu. Arabs say it makes them second-class citizens.
The nationalistic legislation declares Israel a national homeland for the Jewish people and prioritizes Jewish-only communities.
Egypt’s powerful president is facing unusual dissent over rapidly rising prices
Fixing Egypt's economy is a core challenge for President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi as he enters his second term in office. Western donors are pleased. Most Egyptians are not.
Spain drops extradition requests for Catalan separatists
The decision marks a significant twist in the long-running struggle between Spain’s central government and Catalonia.
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Belgium shuts entire airspace after technical glitch
Travellers in Europe are experiencing more flight disruption after airspace above Belgium was shut down due to a technical glitch.

Trump to invite Putin to White House for talks
Donald Trump has asked his national security adviser to invite the Russian president to the White House in the autumn.

New bill moves Israel towards 'apartheid state'
It was like a whirlwind had blown through the Knesset - a stormy session with ripped copies of the nation state bill thrown in the air by disgusted Arab MPs.

British 'hitman' hunted after man shot in head
A suspected British hitman is being hunted by police over a gangland shooting in Amsterdam.

Arrest warrants for Catalan politicians dropped
Spain's Supreme Court has withdrawn European arrest warrants for separatists linked to Catalonia's independence referendum.

Thai cave boys pray for protection from misfortunes
The young football players rescued from a flooded cave complex in Thailand have visited a Buddhist temple to pray for protection from misfortunes.

Trump 'looking forward' to next Putin meeting
Donald Trump says he is looking forward to his next meeting with Vladimir Putin, despite his performance at their first summit sparking outrage on both sides of the political divide in Washington.

Macron aide suspended for beating protester
A senior aide to French President Emmanuel Macron has been suspended after he was filmed hitting and stamping on a protester.

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Microsoft Says It Stopped Cyberattacks on Three 2018 Congressional Candidates
Microsoft VP says the same tactic was used by hackers in 2016 election
President Trump ‘Disagrees’ With Putin’s Interview Offer, White House Says
Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the proposal was 'made in sincerity'
How Beef Jerky Might Affect the Risk of Mania
Nitrates are linked to an increased risk of mania in a new study
This Runaway ‘Pug Mug’ Had the Most Adorable Jail Stint
 "This is what happens when you run away from home."
Why Air Conditioning Is a Life-Saver — and a Danger
As harmful heat waves begin to happen more often
What Is Privacy? The Answer Has Been Changing for Decades
As technology changes, so do ideas about the borders of the self and the nature of privacy

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