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The main culprits in his book were the Pakistan Peoples Party and the PML-N. Pakistan faces a mounting economic crisis that is likely to require a bailout from the International Monetary Fund, although PTI has not ruled out seeking succour from China, Islamabad's closest ally.

World News Pompeo to do damage control for Trump's stance on Russian Federation
Author: 0 Pompeo to do damage control for Trump's stance on Russian Federation

Udall, a Democrat and brother of former Colorado Sen. And facing lawmakers upset with what they see as presidential bungling, loose rhetoric and inconsistency on foreign policy, Mr. "The State Department makes declarations and statements on Crimea quarterly". "While your statements have been clear, our President's statements have confused our allies, encouraged our adversaries and have failed to be comparably clear and I'm concerned that an invitation to President Putin to the White House ...

Author: 0 Pakistan's Imran Khan leads as election results delayed, opponents cry foul

At least 28 people were killed and 35 wounded in a suicide attack on a polling station in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, officials said, as millions voted in a nationwide election Wednesday. Pakistani men stand in line before casting their vote during Pakistan's general election at a polling station in Lahore on July 25, 2018. The army has dismissed these allegations.

World News Explosion outside US Embassy in Beijing
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Photos and videos are emerging online of an explosion outside the USA embassy in Beijing , China . Reuters cited Chinese police officials as claiming that a "firework device" caused the explosion near the USA embassy in Beijing , wounding a 26-year-old male suspect and no one else.

World News Philippines President Duterte Says His War on Drugs is 'Far From Over'
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Tan, who also chairs the Government Implementing Panel, said despite their differences, "the members of the committee have united to reconcile a Bangsamoro law that promotes the aspirations of the Bangsamoro people". "If you think that I can be dissuaded from continuing this fight because of demonstrations, your protests, which are by the way misdirected, then you got it all wrong", stated Duterte.

World News Donald Trump, European Union leaders pull back from trade war
Author: 0 Donald Trump, European Union leaders pull back from trade war

Germany's economy minister Peter Altmaier immediately hailed the news on Twitter, posting: "Breakthrough achieved that can avoid trade war and save millions of jobs! ". The United States exported $138 billion in agriculture products in 2017, including $21.5 billion of soybeans, the most valuable export. The moves have been unsettling to lawmakers with districts dependent upon manufacturers and farmers affected by the retaliatory tariffs.

World News More than 2000 killed in string of attacks in southern Syria
Author: 0 More than 2000 killed in string of attacks in southern Syria

Al-Ikhbariya state-run TV showed images from several locations in the province and its capital where the bombers blew themselves up. Syria's state news agency said two more militants were killed by security forces and one was arrested before they could detonate their explosives.

World News 4Stormy Daniels and husband to divorce: lawyer
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In his 13-page divorce petition, Crain alleged adultery as grounds for the divorce and seeks sole custody of the couple's seven-year-old daughter and child support from Clifford, as well as a disproportionate share of the couple's community property.

World News Vandal smashes President Trump’s Hollywood Star to pieces
Author: 0 Vandal smashes President Trump’s Hollywood Star to pieces

A month before the 2016 election, it was similarly destroyed with a pickax, as shown through video obtained by Deadline at the time . He was later sentenced to three years' probation. This isn't the first time in recent years that Trump's star has been vandalized . The man, James Otis , pleaded no contest to felony vandalism.

World News What's in the Trump-Cohen audio - and what's not
Author: 0 What's in the Trump-Cohen audio - and what's not

On the tape, Cohen referred to a plan to purchase the rights to McDougal's story from AMI, but it is unclear whether such a payment was made. ABC News has obtained the secret audio recording between Donald Trump and his attorney Michael Cohen .

World News Hong Kong, US Airlines Bend To China Pressure Over Taiwan Listing
Author: 0 Hong Kong, US Airlines Bend To China Pressure Over Taiwan Listing

A check on American Airline's website on Wednesday morning showed no reference to Taiwan in dropdown menus, listing Taipei and Kaohsiung as their own entries. According to the group, the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) originally agreed to let the Taiwanese delegation compete under the name "Taiwan" and use its national flag, but last week, they were told the French government had concerns about showcasing the Taiwanese flag.

World News Boulder falls from Jerusalem's Western Wall, barely missing worshipper
Author: 0 Boulder falls from Jerusalem's Western Wall, barely missing worshipper

After Monday's incident, police cordoned off the egalitarian area as Israel Antiquity Authority personnel arrived to evaluate the situation. The head of the Israeli Antiquities Authority, Israel Hasson, said the aging of the wall, plants and dampness may have caused the stone to drop and said it could happen again.

World News British PM takes control of Brexit talks
Author: 0 British PM takes control of Brexit talks

While Theresa May faces claims of a coup d'etat by her Europe adviser Olly Robbins now that the Brexit department has had the responsibility for conducting Brexit negotiations stripped from it . Downing Street confirmed that it will be Mr Raab who travels regularly to Brussels for direct talks with European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier.

World News GOPer Calls Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ‘This Girl... Or Whatever She Is’
Author: 0 GOPer Calls Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ‘This Girl... Or Whatever She Is’

In the four days between her primary win and the end of June, Ocasio-Cortez raked in more than $70,000 from out-of-state donors who contributed more than $200, according to an OpenSecrets analysis of her FEC filings. Ocasio-Cortez, a former organizer for Sen. She said Trump can't handle a girl from the Bronx. Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a member of the progressive caucus, said she talked with Ocasio-Cortez for about 15 minutes in her office.

World News Donald Trump delays Vladimir Putin meeting over 'Russia witch hunt'
Author: 0 Donald Trump delays Vladimir Putin meeting over 'Russia witch hunt'

So much for The Invite - you know, the one where President Donald Trump asked his apparent BFF Vladimir Putin to pop over for a visit to the very momument of American Democracy. A majority of Americans - 59 percent - surveyed said that building better relations with Russian Federation is a good thing, while 32 percent believe that Moscow should be treated as a threat to the U.S.

World News Unhappy wife must stay married, United Kingdom court rules
Author: 0 Unhappy wife must stay married, United Kingdom court rules

Tini, who is in her late 60s, wants a divorce. English law requires a spouse to prove unreasonable behaviour, adultery, desertion or a separation of five years unless both parties agree to divorce. He says that if their marriage has irretrievably broken down it is because she had an affair, or because she is "bored". He also said there was a question for parliament in whether the law governing entitlement to divorce remained satisfactory.

World News Saitama sizzles at 41.1 degrees, sets heat record for Japan:The Asahi Shimbun
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According to the Japan Meteorological Agency , the temperatures recorded have been around 12 degrees higher than the average temperatures. The temperature rose to a record 41.1 degree Celsius in a city north-west of Tokyo on Monday (July 23), as a heatwave in Japan that has killed at least 23 people and sent thousands to hospital showed no sign of significant easing.

World News Putin still hasn't accepted Trump's invitation to Washington
Author: 0 Putin still hasn't accepted Trump's invitation to Washington

They better not do it again", McConnell told reporters on Capitol Hill, adding that he was open to legislation to put more pressure on Moscow after Congress enacted a bill imposing tough sanctions on Russian Federation over its alleged 2016 election meddling a year ago.

World News Trump administration announces $12 billion 'bailout' for farmers
Author: 0 Trump administration announces $12 billion 'bailout' for farmers

It's unclear what number Trump was referring to. "The question is: Will that be strong enough to offset the idea that we have to get tough on our trading partners, and that our jobs are being stolen overseas?" Before departing for Kansas City, Trump tweeted that US trade partners need to either negotiate a "fair deal, or it gets hit with Tariffs".

World News Xi Jinping urges fellow BRICS countries to reject go-it-alone trade
Author: 0 Xi Jinping urges fellow BRICS countries to reject go-it-alone trade

At the BRICS summit, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa also expressed concern about "the rise in unilateral measures that are incompatible with World Trade Organization rules" and are especially damaging to developing countries. " Xi Jinping sees Africa, and South Africa in particular, as a region of special interest where China continues to play a supporting role", said Ramaphosa.

World News Avenatti: Cohen Tapes Contain 'very damaging admissions' By Trump on 'critical issues'
Author: 0 Avenatti: Cohen Tapes Contain 'very damaging admissions' By Trump on 'critical issues'

Dershowitz said that Cohen is "not allowed to cooperate with anybody if there's lawyer-client privileged material". Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani , contends Trump actually told Cohen "don't pay with cash". "I could have received it from others". Investigators are looking into whether Cohen violated campaign-finance laws, engaged in illegal lobbying or committed bank fraud or wire fraud.

World News Trump 'very concerned' Russian Federation will help Democrats in midterm elections
Author: 0 Trump 'very concerned' Russian Federation will help Democrats in midterm elections

Graham, a frequent Trump ally, said that the president often gets the issue of Russian interference "confused" with the accusations of of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia . During last week's summit, Putin denied the accusations that Trump meddled in the election but he acknowledged that he preferred Trump over Clinton in the contest.

World News Judge orders release of man detained by ICE while delivering pizza
Author: 0 Judge orders release of man detained by ICE while delivering pizza

He has remained in Ice custody in New Jersey. He said Villavicencio's release is necessary because his imminent removal from the U.S.is no longer reasonably forseeable. Villavicencio entered the United States illegally in 2008 and agreed to voluntarily leave the country at an immigration hearing in 2010, according to Crotty's order.

Author: 0 Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star destroyed with pickax

Photos posted online show a pickaxe on the floor next to the star, which was surrounded by chunks of debris from the ground. In November 2016, days before the presidential election, Trump's star was similarly vandalized by a man dressed as a construction worker who used a sledgehammer and pickax.

World News Thai cave boys being ordained in Buddhist ceremony
Author: 0 Thai cave boys being ordained in Buddhist ceremony

Eleven of the boys and the coach prayed in front of ancient relics and offered drinks and desserts placed in gilded bowls to spirits in a ceremony at a temple in northern Thailand. He said that when he and fellow British diver Rick Stanton found the boys, "we were very pleased" but also concerned at getting them out. Not all the boys ordained as Buddhist monks.