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In an official bulletin, the Guatemalan government revealed that ash columns reached more than 10 thousand meters above sea level and pyroclastic flows have descended from the burning crater. Hundreds of rescue workers, including firefighters, police and soldiers worked to recover bodies from the still-smoking lava. In darkness and rain, the rescue effort was ordered suspended until early morning, municipal firefighters spokesman Cecilio Chacaj said.
  • Trump's warning to Canada: Fair NAFTA deal, or no deal at all

    Trump's warning to Canada: Fair NAFTA deal, or no deal at all

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    But the European Commission has yet to announce a concrete plan. "Today is a bad day for world trade", European Union trade commissioner Cecilia Malmström said in a statement . "The U.K. and other European Union countries are close allies of the US and should be permanently and fully exempted". The EU is set to take action against the U.S.
  • More evacuations as volcanic lava flow advances in Hawaii

    More evacuations as volcanic lava flow advances in Hawaii

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    At present, Kilauea volcano is still having one of the most long-lived eruptions known on earth, which started in 1983 on the eastern rift zone and has mainly been concentrated at the Pu'u 'O'o vent. Lava from Fissure 8 managed to advance 50 yards in an hour, according to a tweet from the US Geological Survey . In fact, the current lava eruptions in Puna are as hot as Hawaii's lava will ever get.
  • India will only abide by United Nations sanctions: Sushma Swaraj

    India will only abide by United Nations sanctions: Sushma Swaraj

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    Prime Minister Modi visited Tehran in May 2016 with an aim to craft a strategic relationship with Iran and expand India's ties with West Asia . The South Asian nation is also expected to be the fastest-growing oil consumer through 2040, according to the International Energy Agency. Today, Indians living overseas are living peacefully.
  • Trump is back to publicly bashing Jeff Sessions

    Trump is back to publicly bashing Jeff Sessions

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    In a three-part tweet , Trump quoted comments made by Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) on Fox News in which he defended the president's "frustration" with Sessions. A group of conservative Republicans , including some of Trump's closest allies in Congress, on Tuesday demanded the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate the Department of Justice investigation into Trump's campaign, Russian Federation and the 2016 us election.
  • White House moves to finalize China trade sanctions

    White House moves to finalize China trade sanctions

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    The White House said the Trump administration would also move forward with restrictions on Chinese investment and with stronger export controls meant to limit the access that Chinese people and companies have to American technology - a measure the administration said was for national security purposes.
  • The man sent by North Korea leader to U.S….

    The man sent by North Korea leader to U.S….

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    The North Korea Leadership Watch website described Kim Yong Chol as sarcastic, hard to work with, and somewhat independent because it said he is "not properly deferential to his superiors". South Korean President Moon Jae-in, center, shakes hands with a journalist afte a press conference at the presidential Blue House in Seoul , South Korea, Sunday, May 27, 2018.
  • Afghan commandos rescue 105 people including women from Taliban prison

    Afghan commandos rescue 105 people including women from Taliban prison

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    After pushing out fighters in Farah, Afghan and USA forces continued to pursue them, Nicholson told reporters at the Pentagon via video link. These two attackers were then killed by security forces. "This was a civilian residential area, which had no connection with the Taliban", spokesman Qari Yousaf Ahmadi said in a statement. Numerous strikes have also targeted the Taliban's drug labs.
  • Ukraine admits faking death of anti-Kremlin journalist

    Ukraine admits faking death of anti-Kremlin journalist

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    On Wednesday, at a news conference organized to give reporters updates about his assassination, he showed up alive . Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko , who was reportedly shot dead in Ukraine last night, has dramatically reappeared alive in the middle of a media briefing about his own killing.
  • Russian journalist Babchenko turns up alive after reported murder

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    His wife, who was in the bathroom at the time, found him bleeding on the floor and called police. Babchenko was a former soldier and one of Russia's best-known war correspondents. He was also vocal against Russia's ongoing military campaign in Syria. Harlem Desir, the media freedom representative at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, said he was "horrified" by Babchenko's death.
  • Immigrant 'Spider-Man' rescues dangling child scaling 4-storey building in Paris

    Immigrant 'Spider-Man' rescues dangling child scaling 4-storey building in Paris

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    Since the harrowing incident, Gassama has been offered a job by the fire brigade and will be made a French citizen, CNN reports. "I did it because it was a child", Mr Gassama told French newspaper Le Parisien . "You need courage and the capability to do that". Paris prosecutor François Molins told the BFM television network that the father of the child had gone grocery shopping but was delayed in coming home as chose to play the smartphone game after leaving the store.
  • Trump 'truly believes in North Korea's economic potential'

    Trump 'truly believes in North Korea's economic potential'

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    Nauert provided no further details. Sung Kim is a former USA ambassador to South Korea and was a top negotiator with North Korea in past nuclear talks. The maximum pressure effort through economic sanctions have helped facilitate North Korea's interest in denuclearization as much as the threat of force, Chang, author of " Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes on the World ", told guest host Leland Vittert.
  • Irish turn attention to parliament as abortion ban voted out

    Irish turn attention to parliament as abortion ban voted out

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    And as people waited for the vote be confirmed on Saturday evening, a giant and anxious crowd gathered outside Dublin Castle to hear the results. Ireland, once seen as one of the most socially conservative countries in Western Europe , is poised to end its highly restrictive abortion ban .
  • Macron: Ireland makes history with abortion vote

    Macron: Ireland makes history with abortion vote

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    Irish voters have overwhelmingly cast their ballots in favor of repealing a constitutional amendment banning abortion. Her parents have now said she will "rest in peace" after Irish voters backed a referendum to overturn the country's ban on abortion.
  • North And South Korean Leaders Hold Surprise Meeting

    North And South Korean Leaders Hold Surprise Meeting

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    Trump later tweeted that the summit, "if it does happen", will likely take place on June 12 in Singapore as originally planned. Earlier on Friday, Trump told reporters the United States and North Korea still wanted to arrange a landmark meeting between the two leaders.