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Somalia:Car bomb explodes near police station in Mogadishu

Somalia:Car bomb explodes near police station in Mogadishu The death toll from fighting on Sunday between al Shabaab fighters, Somalia's government and African Union peacekeeping troop stands at 24, a senior regional official said. The bomb went off on the busy Maka Al Mukaram road, police said, while a witness said the blast was followed by big clouds of smoke visible in sky. [Full Article...]

Police departments distance themselves from Trump's comments encouraging police violence

Police departments distance themselves from Trump's comments encouraging police violence He described the precautions typically taken by police where they place a hand over a suspect's head while they're being put into a police auto to protect them. "As a department, we do not and will not tolerate roughing up of prisoners ", the statement said. It read in part: 'Law enforcement officers are trained to treat individuals, whether they are a complainant, suspect, or defendant, with d... [Full Article...]

Russian Federation to expel 755 United States diplomatic staff

Russian Federation to expel 755 United States diplomatic staff Russian Federation has denied meddling in the USA election. Moscow's latest move "suggests a period of much more intense and damaging conflict lies ahead", said Matthew Rojansky, a Russian Federation expert and director of the Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington. [Full Article...]

BBCI: Putin confirms 755 USA diplomatic staff must leave

BBCI: Putin confirms 755 USA diplomatic staff must leave The sanctions bill was received by the White House at 1:53 pm (1753 GMT), a USA government source told AFP. In its statement, the White House said Trump "negotiated regarding critical elements" of early drafts of the bill and approved the final draft "based on its responsiveness to his negotiations". [Full Article...]

Police chiefs oppose Trump's call for brutality

Police chiefs oppose Trump's call for brutality He described the precautions typically taken by police where they place a hand over a suspect's head while they're being put into a police vehicle to protect them. Other departments and members of law enforcement soon followed suit. He then went on to say that police should also not shield the heads of handcuffed suspects. [Full Article...]

Police after Trump speech: We don't tolerate 'roughing up' prisoners

Police after Trump speech: We don't tolerate 'roughing up' prisoners Law enforcement agencies condemned police violence Friday after President Trump advised NY officers "don't be too nice" during arrests. "As a department, we do not and will not tolerate 'rough [ing]' up prisoners". However, this attitude isn't exactly shared by police officers around the country, and Gainesville Police Department's rejection of Trump's speech has gone viral. [Full Article...]

Trump pushes out Priebus, names Kelly WH chief of staff

Trump pushes out Priebus, names Kelly WH chief of staff Priebus, the former Republican National Committee head, was the frequent target of rumours about his job security, the victim of a long whisper campaign by Trump allies and the subject of a remarkable public rebuke this week by the new White House communications director. [Full Article...]

McCain, fighting cancer, turns on GOP and kills health bill

It is killing the R Party , allows 8 Dems to control country. "It is now time to return to regular order with input from all of our members - Republicans and Democrats - and bring a bill to the floor of the Senate for amendment and debate". [Full Article...]

US bombers fly over Korea after missiles

US bombers fly over Korea after missiles South Korean officials on July 29 said Pyongyang's latest ICBM test has led Seoul to move faster on deployment of the U.S. THAAD missile defense system, which China vehemently opposes. " China could easily solve this problem", the US President said. They then flew to Osan Air Base, South Korea , before leaving South Korean airspace and returning to Guam, the Air Force stated . [Full Article...]

Trump to LE: 'Don't be too nice' to people in police custody

Trump to LE: 'Don't be too nice' to people in police custody The president dismissed officers who protect heads of people they're arresting, stating police were "too nice". The way you put their hand over - like don't hit their head and they've just killed somebody, don't hit their head. The department "has strict rules & procedures relating to the handling of prisoners", the post said. A federal judge approved the agreement in April, requiring city polic... [Full Article...]

"No point" in holding emergency Security Council meeting: Nikki Haley

The show of force followed North Korea running its second successful test launch in July of an intercontinental ballistic missile. "North Korea is already subject to numerous Security Council resolutions that they violate with impunity and that are not complied with by all UN Member States", Haley said in a statement posted on her Twitter page. [Full Article...]

A Look At Anthony Scaramucci

A Look At Anthony Scaramucci He says he felt it would be best for Scaramucci to be able to build his own operation "and chart a new way forward". SCARAMUCCI: I love the president, and I'm very, very loyal to the president. Trump announced Friday that he'd hired Wall Street financier Anthony Scaramucci to help the White House sharpen its public message. Ms Sanders has embraced the antagonistic tone set by Mr Spicer sin... [Full Article...]

Trump intends to sign Russian Federation sanctions bill: White House

Trump intends to sign Russian Federation sanctions bill: White House The White House has revealed Donald Trump will sign financial sanctions against Russian Federation which will bar him from easing the penalties. The bill, which the U.S. Russian Federation has ordered the United States to cut down the number of diplomats it has in the country. And Congress would have quickly overturned a veto - a public repudiation that would underscore the President's impotence... [Full Article...]

Thousands rush to pray at Al Aqsa mosque amid tension

Thousands rush to pray at Al Aqsa mosque amid tension The security measures outraged Muslims and triggered protests, and low-level clashes have continued in and around Jerusalem since then, highlighting the deep distrust between Israel and the Palestinians over the holy site. It is also the holiest place in Judaism - the venue of two ancient temples, the last destroyed by the Romans. Arab Foreign Ministers strongly condemned on Thursday Israel's me... [Full Article...]

Putin says US will have to shed 755 from diplomatic staff

Putin says US will have to shed 755 from diplomatic staff Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a phone call later on Friday that Moscow was forced to respond to what he described as "illegal sanctions against Russia , libelous statements against it, a massive expulsion of diplomats and expropriation of our diplomatic property". [Full Article...]

Gainesville police rejection of Trump goes viral on Twitter

Gainesville police rejection of Trump goes viral on Twitter The president told law enforcement to not be "too nice" when dealing with handcuffed suspects. Like when you put somebody into a auto and you protect their head?. Though, to be fair, the suspect in Trump's hypothetical scenario HAD just killed someone. City police officials could not be reached for comment, nor could Gene Ryan, president of the city police union. [Full Article...]

Trump Endorses Police Brutality, Cops Cheer

Trump Endorses Police Brutality, Cops Cheer While addressing uniformed police in Suffolk County about the activities of the MS-13 gang on Long Island, Trump told the officers, "When you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddywagon, you just see them thrown in, rough. A federal judge approved the agreement in April, requiring city police to limit how and when they can engage suspects, to better train officers on how to intera... [Full Article...]

Higher prices, fewer options lurk after health bill collapse

Higher prices, fewer options lurk after health bill collapse President Trump has said he wants to "let Obamacare implode" as a way to force Democrats to negotiate a deal over replacing the Affordable Care Act. States that haven't expanded may be more likely to if they can get permission from the Trump administration to not follow some Medicaid rules. Entering a new market and spending resources to seek new enrollees require significant investments. [Full Article...]

Air cable auto crash strands 100 passengers above river

Air cable auto crash strands 100 passengers above river One image showed a man clinging to a child as the pair was lowered to safety. Firefighters are desperately trying to rescue 100 passengers trapped over the Rhine River in Cologne, Germany, after a gondola hit a support pillar. Children hung onto their parents during the melee, while rescuers used hand signals to tell the stranded passengers to remain calm. Emergency services from the nearby to... [Full Article...]

US Senate approves new sanctions against Russian Federation

US Senate approves new sanctions against Russian Federation The bill, cleared by the Senate in a 98-2 vote, will limit Trump's ability to lift or waive sanctions against Russian Federation, and imposes new sanctions on Iran and North Korea. The White House has not been clear about what the president will do. ".The election of the United States president, it is not our business, and it is not up to us to assess what he does in this very senior post, that'... [Full Article...]


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