Friday July 10-th, 2020

US to boost fast-track deportations nationwide via sweeping new rule US to boost fast-track deportations nationwide via sweeping new rule

Previously, those deportations were largely limited to people arrested nearly immediately after crossing the Mexican border. "US citizens could be expeditiously removed by error", he said . The fast-track deportations have become a major piece of ...

Kate and William share pictures of Prince George for his sixth birthday Kate and William share pictures of Prince George for his sixth birthday

Each was a new portrait of the prince that his mother Kate took. Prince George is photographed while on holiday with the family. Two of the photos were taken recently in the garden of the Cambridges' home in Kensington Palace, and the other w...

White House, congressional Democrats agree on debt ceiling hike White House, congressional Democrats agree on debt ceiling hike

The near-final two-year agreement would suspend the debt limit until July 31, 2021, and put an end to an automatic spending cuts that would have kicked in without a deal. A formal announcement was expected as early as Monday. She said it "ends the ...

Warren Warns Of ‘Coming Economic Crash,’ CNN Warns Warren Could Trigger It Warren Warns Of ‘Coming Economic Crash,’ CNN Warns Warren Could Trigger It

On the corporate side of things, Warren reintroduced her Green Manufacturing Plan to assist in boosting the manufacturing industry by creating "millions" of jobs and also focusing on the issue of climate change, among many other things. Warren said...

Dog missing after being snatched from back garden by seagull Dog missing after being snatched from back garden by seagull

Becca has started a desperate search for her missing chihuahua dog that was carried away by a seagull in Devon . A seagull swooped down and grabbed a chihuahua from the garden of a home in England over the weekend, right in front of one of...

Turkey convinced Trump wants to avoid sanctions over S-400 Turkey convinced Trump wants to avoid sanctions over S-400

A local artist has just rolled out the emblem of Turkey's first S-400 squadron, days after the air defense systems started arriving, despite the enormous pressure the USA has applied to its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally. But Washington di...

Cops search for two missing teens after tourist deaths in northern Canada Cops search for two missing teens after tourist deaths in northern Canada

Australian Lucas Fowler, 23, and his 24-year-old USA girlfriend Chynna Deese were found dead earlier in the week along the Alaska Highway near Liard Hot Springs. "Kam and Bryer have periodically connected with family and friends over the past week,...

Trump insists he won't be watching Mueller testimony Trump insists he won't be watching Mueller testimony

Result of the Mueller Report , NO COLLUSION, NO OBSTRUCTION!" Robert Mueller is slated to appear in Washington's Big Tent Wednesday when he testifies to two House committees. "Most people don't know what's in his report", said Rep. Jim Himes o...

Cristiano Ronaldo will not face criminal charges over rape allegations Cristiano Ronaldo will not face criminal charges over rape allegations

Kathryn Mayorga filed a lawsuit against Ronaldo in September alleging that the Portuguese soccer star raped her and went public with her accusation in a detailed story in German outlet Der Spiegel. "Therefore, no charges will be forthcoming". Ron...

Iran warns against USA destabilising acts in world Iran warns against USA destabilising acts in world

Meanwhile, the United Kingdom is reportedly planning to target Tehran with sanctions after the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) had seized the UK-flagged oil tanker, allegedly for breaking global laws. It threatened to retaliate in kind. ...

Michigan pageant winner ousted after tweets about Muslims

Kathy Zhu , victor of the Miss Michigan 2019 pageant, drew headlines recently when Miss World America (MWA) informed her that her social media accounts "contain offensive, insensitive and inappropriate content" in violation of the organization's requ...

Liberal Democrats: Who is Jo Swinson? Liberal Democrats: Who is Jo Swinson?

In May, the party came second in elections to the European Parliament and earlier in the same month gained hundreds of elected local government posts, largely at the Conservatives' expense. Meanwhile, voting has closed on the Conservative leadership ...

Huawei secretly helped North Korea build, maintain wireless network Huawei secretly helped North Korea build, maintain wireless network

Those familiar with the operations told the Washington Post both companies left Pyongyang in 2016 as efforts increased to place harsher worldwide sanctions on North Korea due to its nuclear program and human rights abuses. This latest development c...

Thousands protest in Moscow after opposition barred from city vote Thousands protest in Moscow after opposition barred from city vote

Medical professionals took to the streets earlier this year to protest low wages. Higher than 20,000 protesters admire gathered in Moscow annoying free and heavenly elections in the Russian capital. Closing week, police arrested dozens of prot...

China signs secret deal to use Cambodia naval base

Cambodia has denied a report that it has reached a secret agreement to allow China to station its armed forces at a coastal naval base. Earlier this month the State Department issued a statement urging Cambodia to honor its "constitutional commitm...

Will the floor test in Karnataka Assembly happen today? Will the floor test in Karnataka Assembly happen today?

Here's a look at what can happen today. Alternatively, with defeat imminent, he could resign without taking the vote, paving the way for the BJP to form the government . There was no question of postponing it. People of the state will also need cl...

‘Stronger than ever’: India set to launch rescheduled Moon mission ‘Stronger than ever’: India set to launch rescheduled Moon mission

The unmanned Chandrayaan-2 is heading for moon's south pole and will make India the first nation to achieve this feat. The glitch had occurred when liquid propellant was being loaded into the rocket's indigenous cryogenic upper stage engine.

Kenya's finance minister, top officials arrested for graft Kenya's finance minister, top officials arrested for graft

The arrest marks the first time a sitting Kenyan minister has been arrested on corruption charges, in a country where graft is widespread. The BBC reports that Rotich is accused of flouting procurement procedures in awarding a contract worth over $...

Young offenders riot at NSW detention centre, attack sex offenders Young offenders riot at NSW detention centre, attack sex offenders

With some of the inmates still on the roof waving metal poles, squash rackets and other improvised weapons, a heavy police presence has built up around the Central Coast facility. Fifteen ambulances, fire fighters, police and a Westpac rescue helicop...

Pompeo praises Mexico for slowed migrant flow Pompeo praises Mexico for slowed migrant flow

Mexico's foreign minister Marcelo Ebrard, who met with Pompeo in Mexico City on Sunday, was scheduled to attend Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's daily presser Monday morning. Since then, Mexico has stepped up immigration enforcement, w...

United Nations nuclear watchdog chief Amano dies aged 72 - IAEA United Nations nuclear watchdog chief Amano dies aged 72 - IAEA

It released a statement that included a portion of the letter in which Amano said he praised the agency's efforts to achieve "atoms of peace and development" and said he was proud of what the IAEA had accomplished. In addition to the Iran nuclear t...

Submarine lost in 1968 found in Mediterranean Submarine lost in 1968 found in Mediterranean

The team mapped the tides and currents of the Mediterranean at the time of the disappearance, as well as seismic data that had indicated the vessel had imploded. "Minerve" docked in the old port of Marseille, southern France. Experts have speculate...

Costa Rica officials say tainted alcohol kills at least 19 Costa Rica officials say tainted alcohol kills at least 19

Government officials confiscated more than 30,000 bottles of alcohol suspected to be tainted, the ministry said in a statement on Friday, warning residents to avoid several brands that tested positive for contamination. Victims often seek medical tre...

TikTok Parent Company ByteDance To Set Up New Data Centre In India TikTok Parent Company ByteDance To Set Up New Data Centre In India

There has also been increasing pressure on other large social media firms - like Facebook and Twitter - most of which store user data in the USA, to set up local data centres in India. "Since the launch of our platforms in India, we have stored t...

Citizen journalist among 11 civilians killed in northwest Syria Citizen journalist among 11 civilians killed in northwest Syria

President Bashar al-Assad's government and Russian Federation have stepped up their deadly bombardment of Idlib since late April, despite a September buffer zone deal to protect the region of some three million people from a massive military assault....

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