Brexit: Juncker says UK rights offer ‘not sufficient’

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Brexit: Juncker says UK rights offer ‘not sufficient’

BBC News
Efforts to reassure EU citizens in the UK about their future after Brexit are “a first step but not sufficient”, a top EU official has said.
Washington Post
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The Latest on the crisis between Gulf Arab states and Qatar (all times local):. 2:20 p.m.. State-run Qatar Petroleum says that some critically important employees “may have been asked to postpone” trips abroad “for

How Trump’s dubious claims make the entire government react

Washington Post
The words leapt from President Trump’s mind to Twitter at 8:26 a.m. on the Friday after he fired FBI director James B. Comey, setting off a cascade of activity inside and outside the federal government to figure out what, exactly, he meant.

Grenfell Tower fire: Police considering manslaughter charges

London (CNN) London’s Metropolitan Police Service said Friday it is considering manslaughter charges among the criminal offenses that may have been committed in relation to last week’s deadly Grenfell Tower fire.

How Canada’s small military produced deadly, record-breaking snipers

Washington Post
Canada is not known, at least not in popular culture, for its military might. Less than 70,000 active soldiers serve in the country’s armed forces, whose size and strength have been mocked over the years by American and Canadian commentators alike.

Trump slams Mexico, reaffirms pledge to ‘build the wall’

The Hill
President Trump slammed Mexico in a tweet Thursday, reaffirming his pledge to “build the wall.” “Mexico was just ranked the second deadliest country in the world, after only Syria.

As Modi prepares for Trump meeting, US expected to OK India drone purchase

FILE PHOTO: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a gathering after he inaugurated Kochi Metro at a stadium in Kochi, India, June 17, 2017.

It’s so hot in England, schoolboys are wearing skirts

Washington Post
Amid an intense heat wave, dozens of British schoolboys went to class wearing girls’ uniform skirts when the head teacher would not relax a dress code banning the more suitable option: shorts.

North Korea tests rocket engine, possibly for ICBM – US officials

FILE PHOTO: A North Korean flag flies on a mast at the Permanent Mission of North Korea in Geneva October 2, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse/File Photo.

5 things to know about Christopher Johnson, Woody Johnson’s Jets successor
Now that Jets owner Woody Johnson has been nominated to be President Donald Trump’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, let’s assess what this means for the Jets.

Containing ‘Iranian mischief’ is no excuse for letting Yemen’s humanitarian crisis fester

Bangor Daily News
U.S. Sens. Angus King and Susan Collins of Maine are known for their thoughtfulness and deep background on foreign policy issues. But last week they were faced with a stark choice between enabling a brutal regional client and respecting basic human …

California bans travel to four more states over anti-LGBT laws

The US state of California has banned state-funded travel to four more states over anti-LGBT laws. The announcement, made by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra in San Francisco this week, doubles the number of banned states from four to eight.

Virginia man charged with espionage for giving top-secret documents to China

Fox News
Kevin Mallory, of Leesburg, Virginia, was charged with espionage for transmitting top-secret documents to Chinese officials. (LinkedIn).

Federal judge temporarily blocks deportation of Iraqi Christians

(CNN) A federal judge temporarily blocked the deportation of over 100 Iraqis in Michigan on Thursday by granting a 14-day stay of removal.
Washington Post
President Trump on Thursday called Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election “all a big Dem HOAX” and accused former president Barack Obama and his administration of not doing enough last year to “stop” Russian interference.

Israeli Judge Says Airlines Can’t Reseat Women At Request Of Men

Renee Rabinowitz, a Holocaust survivor in her 80s, was flying from Newark, N.J., to Tel Aviv in 2015, when a flight attendant on Israel’s El Al airline asked if she would be willing to change seats.

What Has ISIS Destroyed? Al-Nuri Mosque and Other Historical Sites Islamic State Has Ruined

In what is being considered the Islamic State’s declaration of defeat, ISIS blew up the Great al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul on Wednesday, depriving the world of yet another historical monument.

Kulbhushan Jadhav: Pakistan says Indian ‘spy’ files mercy petition

BBC News
A former Indian navy officer who has been sentenced to death on charges of spying in Pakistan has filed a mercy petition, the Pakistan military says.

Ousted South Korean president’s confidante Choi Soon-sil sentenced

Seoul (CNN) The confidante of South Korea’s ousted president has been sentenced to three years jail for her role in a corruption scandal that brought down the country’s leader and roiled its political and business elite.

Intercept attempt fails in missile defense test off Hawaii

Washington Post
HONOLULU – The U.S. Missile Defense Agency said it failed to intercept a ballistic missile during a test off Hawaii. The failure came during a test conducted with Japan’s Defense Ministry late Wednesday.

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