Syria denies US allegations of coming chemical attack

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Syria denies US allegations of coming chemical attack

Washington Post
BEIRUT – Syria has denied White House allegations that it may be preparing a new chemical attack, insisting again that it has never used such arms.

Few Overseas Have Faith in Trump’s Leadership, Survey Finds

New York Times
President Trump, left, gathered with other foreign leaders at the NATO summit meeting in Brussels in May. Mr. Trump will make his second overseas trip next week.

CNN accepts resignations of 3 involved in retracted story

Washington Post
NEW YORK – CNN accepted the resignations Monday of three journalists involved in a retracted story about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between an associate of President Donald Trump and the head of a Russian investment fund.

Trump Meets India’s Leader, a Fellow Nationalist Battling China for His Favor

New York Times
President Trump, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India and Mr. Trump’s wife, Melania, outside the White House on Monday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times.

Corruption charge increases pressure on Brazil’s president

Washington Post
RIO DE JANEIRO – In a scathing 64-page indictment, Brazil’s top prosecutor described a scheming, arrogant and corrupt President Michel Temer who lined his pockets with illegal money while showing little regard for the office he represented.

Cladding tests in seven tower blocks by Swansea Council

BBC News
Swansea Council is testing cladding in seven of its 11 tower blocks as a safety precaution in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire, it has emerged.

Scottish and Welsh leaders are furious at May’s £1 billion ‘bung’ to the DUP

Business Insider
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon has condemned the £1 billion Tory-DUP deal as “the worst kind of pork barrel politics.

How Did a Dead Otto Warmbier Get ‘Exactly What He Deserved’?

Daily Beast
An academic has been fired after heaping criticism on the student, who was declared dead on June 19 after being held captive in North Korea for 17 months.

Justin Trudeau took part in Toronto Pride while wearing socks that say ‘Eid Mubarak’

Washington Post
Canada’s Justin Trudeau took part in Toronto’s Gay Pride parade, with the prime minister’s official photographer Adam Scotti there to mark only the second time that a Canadian leader has marched in the country’s largest LGBT event.

Israel strikes Gaza militant sites after projectile fired

Washington Post
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip – The Israeli military says it has struck a pair of Hamas militant sites in Gaza after a projectile fired from the seaside territory landed in southern Israel.

Trump, on Twitter, Targets Obama and Russia

New York Times
President Trump spoke with Vice President Mike Pence during a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India on Monday in the Cabinet Room.

The Latest With the Obamas Is This River Rafting Outing in Indonesia

President Barack Obama and his family were seen river rafting on the Ayung River in Bali during their nine-day trip in Indonesia, Associated Press reports.

USS Fitzgerald Didn’t Change Course to Avoid Deadly Collision, Says Cargo Ship Captain

A U.S. warship struck by a container vessel in Japanese waters failed to respond to warning signals or take evasive action before a collision that killed seven of its crew, according to a report of the incident by the Philippine cargo ship’s captain

REVEALED: FBI ‘extensively’ questioned Trump campaign adviser Carter Page over Russia links

Daily Mail
Carter Page was extensively questioned by the FBI about his contacts with Russia and interactions with the Trump campaign while he was an adviser there.

President Erdogan of Turkey Recovers From Minor Health Scare

New York Times
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey leaving a mosque in Istanbul on Sunday. Mr. Erdogan seemed to lose consciousness for a few moments while sitting for early morning prayers.

Mattis: After Raqqa, the Syrian battlefield will only get more complicated

Washington Post
MUNICH, Germany – As the fight against the Islamic State moves beyond its de facto capital in Raqqa, the Pentagon is readying itself for an increasingly complex battlefield in northern Syria, where U.S.

These unsuspecting boaters got a whale of a surprise

New York Post
A group of New Jersey boaters were bobbing near the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge Thursday when a massive humpback whale with its mouth wide open burst out of the water just feet from their craft.

Dutch government partially liable in 300 Srebrenica deaths

Washington Post
THE HAGUE, Netherlands – A Dutch appeals court ruled Tuesday that the government was partially liable in the deaths of some 300 Muslim men killed by Bosnian Serb forces in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.

Germany: Merkel paves way for gay marriage vote

BBC News
German MPs are pressing Chancellor Angela Merkel for a free vote in parliament soon on legalising same-sex marriage, after she signalled a shift in her party’s position on it.

Victim reportedly shoots, kills 2 armed robbers in home invasion caught on video

Atlanta Journal Constitution
A Brentwood, California, man reportedly shot dead two men who tried to rob his home, and the chilling incident was caught on a neighbor’s surveillance video.

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