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Author: 0 DOJ Charges Russian National Maria Butina With Acting As Foreign Agent

Her earlier work reportedly included assisting Russian central banker and politician Alexander Torshin, who is a lifetime member of the NRA. Torshin was sanctioned by the U.S. She arranged dinners in Washington and New York City and tried to develop relationships with American politicians in order to establish "back channel" lines of communication to "penetrate the US national decision-making apparatus to advance the agenda of the Russian Federation", the complaint said.

Global Media USA files trade cases at WTO against five trading partners
Author: 0 USA files trade cases at WTO against five trading partners

Lighthizer argues that instead of working with the Trump administration to address a common problem, some US trading partners have chosen to retaliate with tariffs aimed at punishing American workers, farmers and companies. China criticised the move but has yet to say whether it would retaliate for the second round of tariffs. The Trump administration has sometimes undercut its own rationale for the tariffs - using the measures as a bargaining chip in NAFTA negotiations with Canada and ...

Global Media Two Die In France After World Cup Celebrations Turn To Chaos
Author: 0 Two Die In France After World Cup Celebrations Turn To Chaos

Cheers rang out throughout the country for each of goals in the final which has transformed the young team into national icons 20 years after the country's first World Cup triumph. France forward Kylian Mbappe is congratulated by Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino as Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) and French President Emmanuel Macron look on at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on July 15, 2018.

Global Media Trump advised Theresa May to sue European Union on Brexit deal
Author: 0 Trump advised Theresa May to sue European Union on Brexit deal

Mr Trump warned in an interview with The Sun that staying tied to Brussels could scupper hopes of a trade deal with the USA - but later told reporters such a pact would "absolutely be possible". He and David Davis, who quit as Brexit secretary, believe it will be a mistake to maintain a "common rule book" with the European Union on imports and exports in order to avoid Irish border checks.

Author: 0 Theresa May's office quickly dismisses MP's call for new Brexit referendum

David Davis quit as Brexit minister and Boris Johnson stepped down as foreign minister last week over May's Brexit blueprint, which would keep Britain economically close to the EU. Greening branded May's plan as "a fudge I can't support ". The Daily Telegraph reported more than 100 MPs had joined the group - more than double the 48 needed to submit letters of no confidence in the Prime Minister to force a leadership contest.

Author: 0 Putin Does Not Deny That Russia Has 'Compromising Information' On Trump

The two leaders finally met at the presidential palace in Helsinki - after the notoriously tardy Putin's flew in at least half an hour late, leaving Trump waiting and delaying the meeting by an hour. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain said the summit "should not move forward" unless the president "is prepared to hold Putin accountable".

Global Media Russians indicted for 2016 hacking in connection with U.S
Author: 0 Russians indicted for 2016 hacking in connection with U.S

Critics of Trump have feared that Trump would give away too much in their upcoming meeting. Trump asked at a press conference at the summit's conclusion. "Why didn't they do something about it, especially when it was reported that President Obama was informed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in September, before the Election?" The Russians also are accused of releasing stolen emails on the internet in the months before the election.

Author: 0 Trump has "low expectations" for Putin summit

The fresh indictments prompted a number of USA senators, all but one Democrats, to request Trump cancel his summit with Putin . He added, "The media shouldn't be the lap dog of any president or regime". "I think we have to protect ourselves", Paul said. I've been told that by a number of people, we had much better defenses, so they couldn't. The President continues, "I respect the leaders of those countries".

Global Media Mass. police officer shot and killed; three officers injured in Missouri
Author: 0 Mass. police officer shot and killed; three officers injured in Missouri

Chesna reportedly came upon Lopes as he was allegedly vandalizing a home. Prosecutors say that's when he attacked Chesna with a rock to the head. Morrissey says that's when Lopes hit Chesna in the head with a rock. Chesna was a military veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, said Weymouth Police Chief Richard Grimes. Lopes recently graduated from Weymouth High School with good grades and was heading to college but has since been in and out of homelessness, Barnette said.

Author: 0 Donald Trump meets Britain's Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle

She is so attractive". It was an honor to finally meet her. Mr Trump added he did not see any Democrat who could beat him, saying: "I don't see anybody". The man unfurled a banner, which said "Trump Well Below Par", was being linked to a campaign by Greenpeace. We're going to get it. "They make phenomenal things, you know, and you have different names - you can say "England", you can say "UK", you can say "United Kingdom" ...

Author: 0 European Union chief fires back at Trump for declaring the European Union an enemy

Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, dismissed Trump's attack on European countries, saying, "America and the EU are best friends". In an interview with the Funke media group , the Social Democrat politician said the US President's statement on the European Union "unfortunately shows once again how wide the political Atlantic has become since Donald Trump has been in office".

Author: 0 Sticking points for Trump and Putin at summit

ABC News spoke with senior European officials who drew a similar distinction, explaining that they are "starting to see President Donald Trump as separate from the United States, and are instead focusing on the long history of partnership between the US and Europe rather than his words".

Global Media Indiana Man John Miller Arrested for 1988 Murder of April Tinsley
Author: 0 Indiana Man John Miller Arrested for 1988 Murder of April Tinsley

The DNA was taken from the used condoms and evidence from the crime scenes, according to court documents. Thank you for signing up for the STL Morning Rush Newsletter. "You are my next victim". According to the court document, Miller allegedly confessed after learning police had a DNA match linking him to the murder.

Global Media Man describes being bitten by shark at Fernandina Beach
Author: 0 Man describes being bitten by shark at Fernandina Beach

While crews were on scene, a report of an additional shark bite was received just minutes later on another part of the beach. "I reached down for my foot". From 2007 to 2016, a total of 243 attacks were reported including one fatality, according to the Florida Museum International Shark Attack File . Nevertheless, News 4 recorded a scattering of people wading late Friday afternoon even as a sheriff's truck rolled along the shoreline, urging them out with a loudspeaker.

Global Media UK PM May promises to protect planemakers' supply chains in Brexit
Author: 0 UK PM May promises to protect planemakers' supply chains in Brexit

She added: "What the president also said at that press conference was, 'Don't walk away". He added: "The deal she is striking is a much different deal than the one people voted on". But the exchange was the latest example of the awkward dance between the US and Britain, with the two leaders attempting to put on a public show of friendliness despite clear strains over trade, the European Union and their approaches to diplomacy.

Global Media Chicago Police Release Bodycam Video Of Cop Fatally Shooting Harith Augustus
Author: 0 Chicago Police Release Bodycam Video Of Cop Fatally Shooting Harith Augustus

Protesters shouted insults at the police and threw some bottles at them. Some people screamed " murderers " as officers lined up against them. At least four people were arrested and several officers were injured, police said . As the Times points out, a reporter from the Chicago Sun-Times tweeted about officers using batons on the crowd before making several arrests. Jackson called for video to be released and referenced footage from 2014 that showed a white officer shooting a black ...

Global Media Airstrike In Eastern Syria Sends 28 Civilians To Early Grave
Author: 0 Airstrike In Eastern Syria Sends 28 Civilians To Early Grave

Colonel Sean Ryan, a spokesman for the US-led coalition, said that it or "partner forces may have conducted strikes in the vicinity". Attacks spiked after the extremists were evacuated from their last bastion outside Damascus in May, many heading to the Badiya desert, the Observatory said.

Global Media Obama in ancestral home Kenya to launch sister's project
Author: 0 Obama in ancestral home Kenya to launch sister's project

It has now emerged that former President of the United States Barack Obama spent more than a week in neighbouring Tanzania before making his way to Kenya on Sunday. Big screens will be set up in towns in Siaya County to show the launch of the vocational center and prevent overcrowding at the venue, said Siaya County Governor Cornell Rasanga on Nation Television.

Global Media No Bed, Bathroom Not Cleaned In Jail, Alleges Nawaz Sharif’s Son
Author: 0 No Bed, Bathroom Not Cleaned In Jail, Alleges Nawaz Sharif’s Son

But will it reverse the course of the political party? The cricketer-turned-politician in a tweet said: "Beginning to wonder why whenever Nawaz Sharif is in trouble, there is increasing tension along Pakistan's borders and a rise in terrorist acts?" On Friday, another bomb struck the convoy of the religious Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal party (MMA) in the northern town of Bannu, killing four people.

Author: 0 What do Putin and Trump expect from the Helsinki summit?

As of Friday, the inquiry has indicted 32 people - mostly Russian nationals in absentia - as well as three companies and four former Trump advisers. The president says he has " low expectations " for the summit. Trump arrived with his wife First Lady Melania Trump and a host of other dignitaries, including White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, National Security Advisor John Bolton and his chief of staff Fred Fleitz, Policy Advisor Stephen Miller, Social Media Director Dan Scavino and Press ...