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The survey found that most of the respondents (71.9 per cent) said they kept themselves abreast of the search and rescue operation from day one until the end, and majority (63.1 per cent ) had paid more attention to the cave saga than to the World Cup football competition.
  • Israel attacks Syrian army post in Quneitra

    Israel attacks Syrian army post in Quneitra

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    In addition to Netanyahu, Ali Akbar Velayati - a senior advisor to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei - is also scheduled to be in Moscow on Wednesday for a meeting with Putin. Earlier in July, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman pledged a "harsh response" to any attempts by the Syrian army to enter the Golan Heights, which became a demilitarized zone in accordance with the 1974 disengagement agreement.
  • Vladmir Putin is a 'pipsqueak' in US-Russia relations: Bill Browder

    Vladmir Putin is a 'pipsqueak' in US-Russia relations: Bill Browder

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    Mueller is investigating whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation and whether the president has unlawfully sought to obstruct the Russian Federation investigation . "That's all." In the end, leaders left with an awkward consensus, after hours in which Trump had been so aggressive in his approach with allies that reports made the rounds that he might pull the US out.
  • Judge orders Manafort transferred to different jail

    Judge orders Manafort transferred to different jail

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    Prosecutors say Manafort has a personal telephone that he uses to prepare for trial with lawyers. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort asked a federal judge on Tuesday to keep him in a jail about 100 miles from Washington, D.C., after receiving permission earlier in the day to move closer.
  • 3rd mission underway at Thai cave, aims to rescue all left

    3rd mission underway at Thai cave, aims to rescue all left

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    The mission to save the last 4 members of a Thai soccer team and their coach , who have been trapped in a cave for more than two weeks, has begun. British divers found the 13 a week ago. Thongchai Lertwilairattanapong, Inspector General of the Public Health Ministry, said the first four boys taken out on Sunday were eating normal and plain food.
  • USA ambassador leaves door open to Trump meeting with Johnson

    USA ambassador leaves door open to Trump meeting with Johnson

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    President, that this is an investment in common American and European defense and security, which cannot be said with confidence about Russian or Chinese spending". Special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating potential co-ordination between Russian Federation and Trump's Republican presidential campaign. "They're going to up it at levels that they never thought of before", Trump said, adding that "now we're very happy".
  • Read the ‘very nice’ letter Kim Jong-un sent Trump last week

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    Mr. Pompeo denied that the talks went poorly, telling pool reporters that progress was made "in every element of our discussions". The North Koreans failed to show up to a scheduled meeting Thursday during which they were slated to discuss the repatriation of American soldiers' remains with United States officials.
  • USA fires next shot in China trade war

    USA fires next shot in China trade war

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    Administration officials said a two-month process would allow the public to comment on the proposed tariffs before the list is finalised. "Although I have supported the administration's targeted efforts to combat China's technology transfer regime, tonight's announcement appears reckless and is not a targeted approach", said Sen.
  • Pence: 'I do' still want Roe v. Wade to be overturned

    Pence: 'I do' still want Roe v. Wade to be overturned

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    Instead, it would return the decision about abortion legality to the states, where a patchwork of laws already in place render abortion more or less available, largely depending on individual states' political leanings. After an initial burst of enthusiasm about the court opening, Republican politicians have characterized any questions about Roe's fate as scaremongering by Democrats.
  • Croatia star shouts home town's massive Cup bar tab

    Croatia star shouts home town's massive Cup bar tab

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    There is little prospect that they would have come this far without Modric, who as a boy was forced to flee his village home after his grandfather was killed by Serb forces in the Croatian independence war. However, while Croatia needed penalties to beat Denmark in the last round, they have come to Sochi full of confidence. Unity has been key to Croatia's success at the tournament.
  • Thailand football team won't attend World Cup final

    Thailand football team won't attend World Cup final

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    In the northern city of Chiang Rai, vehicle horns were honked in the street and locals posed for selfies to show where they were when the astounding event happened. Thinking about how they've been kept in a small cave for two weeks, they haven't seen their mums. Another four boys were brought out by the same team on Monday.
  • Sen. Kamala Harris plans to oppose Trump's Supreme Court nomination

    Sen. Kamala Harris plans to oppose Trump's Supreme Court nomination

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    Continuing from the podium Monday evening, Kavanaugh said that he was "deeply honored" to be nominated to serve as Kennedy's replacement - Kavanaugh served as a clerk for Kennedy in the past. Both were invited to the White House on Monday to participate in Trump's announcement, but they both declined the invitation. "He will make a superb Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States".
  • US service member killed in Afghanistan insider attack

    US service member killed in Afghanistan insider attack

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    The incident is being investigated. An earlier statement from NATO Resolute Support Mission said the incident was under investigation and that the injured service members were in stable condition. To date, 49 USA troops have died in Afghanistan since January 1 2015, when operations in the country formally transitioned from combat operations to a mission of support and advisory assistance to the Afghan National Security Forces, who continue to fend off Taliban insurgents on the ground.