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They also call for "further clarity from the United Kingdom as regards its position on the future relationship". He added: "We are so deeply grateful for the remarkable solidarity and support we have received from the European Union institutions and fellow member states, none more so than from President Juncker".
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    The announcement states that the tariffs on 545 items including automobiles, and agricultural and marine products will be imposed beginning on July sixth and the enforcement date for the other 114 items will be announced at a later date. A ministry statement isn't giving details, but a $50 billion list of possible targets announced in April included soybeans, light aircraft, orange juice, whiskey and beef.
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    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed the National Sheriffs' Association Monday morning in New Orleans, Louisiana, delivering a speech riddled with misinformation about the nation's immigration policies, particularly as they relate to asylum claims.
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    He tweeted: "We don't want what is happening with immigration in Europe to happen with us!" "Not on my watch". In recent years, we've heard a lot of the argument that "If we don't have borders, we don't have a country". In a Father's Day demonstration on Sunday , seven Democrat members of Congress from NY and New Jersey joined hundreds of protesters outside an immigration detention facility in New Jersey to protest the separations.
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    President Donald Trump announced plans for the creation of a separate "Space Force" branch of the military on Monday, despite America's years-long reliance on Russian Federation to send astronauts into orbit. In the 1950s, President Dwight Eisenhower established two separate space programs - a civilian one that became NASA , and a military one . Meanwhile, nearly every other personnel and family readiness policy would be specific to the space force and open to new development.
  • Escalating trade spat worries US, China companies, East Asia News & Top Stories

    Escalating trade spat worries US, China companies, East Asia News & Top Stories

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    The Chinese government countered with a list of goods slated for tariffs, including cars and farm products, that could cause political damage for Republicans. The 28 members of the European Union agreed Thursday that retaliatory tariffs would go into effect in the coming days. US companies that rely on the targeted imports - and can't find substitutes - can apply for exemptions from the tariffs.
  • Theresa May fails to appease Tory rebels on EU Withdrawal Bill

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    The rebels' proposal will come up against the government proposal in the House of Lords on Monday, and will then be discussed again in the Commons on Wednesday. Shortly before the text of the amendment was tabled, former minister Anna Soubry tweeted to say that "deal or no deal Parliament will have a meaningful vote and ...
  • Two Kansas City Sheriff's Deputies Dead Following Shooting

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    Deputy Patrick Rohrer , 35, a seven-year veteran of the agency, died from his injuries. One of the mortally wounded deputies managed to shoot the suspect, who remains hospitalized. He asked for a moment of silence after his speech, according to the Kansas City Star . Wyandotte County sheriff's spokeswoman Maj. Bailiff said the investigation is now being handled by the police department in Kansas City.
  • Brian Higgins won't vote for Nancy Pelosi as House minority leader

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    House Republican leaders circulated their draft immigration bill on Thursday, after weeks of pain-staking negotiations between two warring GOP factions. -Mexico border and insisted that the "Democratic law" that requires the separation can only be changed by Democratic lawmakers, despite the Republican majorities in Congress .
  • Trump claim raises eyebrows: North Korea no longer a nuke threat?

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    Bishop made it clear that agreement between Trump and the North Korean dictator had to involve "complete, verifiable, irreversible" denuclearisation. The KCNA report - which was also carried by the Rodong Sinmun , official newspaper of the ruling Workers' Party - also claimed that the president pledged to suspend military drills with South Korea , and lift sanctions on the North.
  • President Trump says North Korea returning remains of US soldiers

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    Pressed by a reporter about those remarks moments later, Mr. Trump said he was " kidding ". "And I mean, he is the strong head", Trump said during a "Fox & Friends" interview. "I want my people to do the same", he added. In the interaction, Kim is seen introducing Trump to a North Korean general. "It's a common courtesy when a military official from another government salutes, that you return that", said Sarah Sanders, White House press secretary, at a briefing .
  • US Navy rescues migrants at sea off the coast of Libya

    US Navy rescues migrants at sea off the coast of Libya

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    Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), also known as Doctors Without Borders, which is operating the Aquarius alongside SOS Mediterranne, urged a rethink. The agency's special envoy for migrants in the Mediterranean , Vincent Cochetel, underscored that "people are in distress, are running out of provisions and need help quickly".