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The media that largely ignored Ocasio-Cortez's unheralded, underfunded campaign now seem intent on misinterpreting it. A far cry from the Bronx hood upbringing she's selling. On Sunday, Newsmax TV host John Cardillo dropped what he considered to be a bombshell. She concluded: "Your attempt to strip me of my family, my story , my home, and my identity is exemplary of how scared you are of the power of all four of those things".
  • Over 500 arrested at US Capitol as women protest border separations

    Over 500 arrested at US Capitol as women protest border separations

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    Wearing stickers that said "Deport Trump", and "F**k Trump" shirts, the protestors chanted slogans like "No ban no wall, America is home to all". ICE, of course, refers to the U.S. The United States Capitol Police confirmed that 575 people -mostly women- were arrested on the premises, including Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal .
  • Zimbabwe says 'nothing will stop' election after rally blast

    Zimbabwe says 'nothing will stop' election after rally blast

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    Worldwide observers are in the country for the first time since 2002 and, if they endorse the conduct of the ballot, it could help Zimbabwe secure funding from global institutions for the first time in two decades. Mnangagwa told state broadcaster ZBC, without elaborating, that those responsible must have come from "outside Bulawayo". The president "will not be driven by vengefulness or a spirit of retribution", his spokesman, George Charamba, told the state-run Sunday Mail newspaper.
  • New Zealand leader to spend 3rd night in hospital with baby

    New Zealand leader to spend 3rd night in hospital with baby

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    Aroha means "love" in Maori , while Mt Te Aroha is a 952-metre mountain in the Kaimai Range, on New Zealand's North Island. "Te Aroha. was our way of reflecting the amount of love this baby's been shown before she even arrived". Gayford will be taking on the role of stay-at-home dad, when Ardern returns to work after six weeks of leave. Ardern delivered her 3.31 kg (7.3 lb) daughter in the country's largest public hospital on Thursday afternoon with her partner, television presenter ...
  • Driver in autonomous Uber was watching Hulu moments before fatal Tempe crash

    Driver in autonomous Uber was watching Hulu moments before fatal Tempe crash

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    According to the National Transportation Safety Board, Uber's self-driving vehicle accurately identified pedestrian Elaine Herzberg , 49, as she walked a bicycle across a Tempe , Arizona , road. The safety driver is responsible for seeing warning messages the auto displays and reacting accordingly; the NTSB says the self-driving system spotted an emergency braking maneuver was needed "at 1.3 seconds before impact" but that it had been informed by Uber that its system was "not created to ...
  • Trump wants those who 'invade' U.S. sent right back

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    Undocumented immigrants who have been in the country a certain amount of time also have various legal protections. Can not accept all the people trying to break into our Country. Trump has been criticizing immigration judges for weeks, both exaggerating the number now hearing cases and saying that hiring more - as some members of Congress have proposed - would be unnecessary.
  • Theresa May condemns Donald Trump’s caging of migrant children in US

    Theresa May condemns Donald Trump’s caging of migrant children in US

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    The President's advance teams will be in the United Kingdom next week to sort out more details of the visit, st to be scheduled on Friday, July 13. Responding to the question, May said she had already called the treatment of children in the US wrong but that "it is right to sit down with the president and discuss" many issues with him.
  • New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gives birth to first child

    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gives birth to first child

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    Jacinda Ardern , 37, said in a personal Instagram post that her daughter arrived at 4:45 p.m. local time on Thursday, weighing in at 7.3 pounds. Former prime minister Helen Clark tweeted it was "a proud day for Jacinda & Clarke & for us all". Ms Ardern in a Korowai, a traditional Maori cloak, at a reception at Buckingham Palace with partner Clarke Gayford.
  • No Signs Yet of North Korean Denuclearization

    No Signs Yet of North Korean Denuclearization

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    Satellite images of the missile test site have shown no activity suggesting it was being dismantled. Although Trump has hailed the Singapore summit as a success, sceptics have questioned whether he achieved anything, given that Pyongyang , which has rejected unilateral nuclear disarmament, appeared to make no new tangible commitments in a joint written declaration.
  • Weekly Primer: The Immigrant Children 'Too Small To Remember Their Parents' Names'

    Weekly Primer: The Immigrant Children 'Too Small To Remember Their Parents' Names'

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    Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona says the Trump administration's current family separation policy is "an affront to the decency of the American people" and contrary to principles and values upon which the nation was founded. The group reminded Sessions, who has cited the Bible to justify the Trump administration's parent-child separation policy at the Southwest border, that he has the discretion to stop it.
  • USA withdraws from UN Human Rights Council

    USA withdraws from UN Human Rights Council

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    United Nations rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said Monday "the thought that any state would seek to deter parents by inflicting such abuse on children is unconscionable". The Human Rights Council meets three times a year to examine human rights violations worldwide. The U.S., under former President George W. Bush, initially boycotted the council - established in 2006 - but rejoined in 2009 under former President Obama.
  • Seventeen killed in nightclub stampede in Venezuela

    Seventeen killed in nightclub stampede in Venezuela

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    Five people were also wounded at the crowded club in the Venezuelan capital Caracas early on Saturday after a tear gas canister was detonated, setting off a stampede. The majority of those who died were between 16 and 20 years old. Another son of his had been hospitalized. Numerous victims were trampled when were trampled when over 500 young Venezuelans tried to flee the Los Cotorros nightclub after the explosion.
  • Trump Defends Family Separation Policy: 'Only 2000' Kids Separated From Parents

    Trump Defends Family Separation Policy: 'Only 2000' Kids Separated From Parents

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    Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. Her bill would prohibit the separation of migrant children from their parents, with exceptions for findings of child abuse or trafficking. "We do not share the same model of civilization, clearly we don't share certain values", Benjamin Griveaux told France 2 television. Children in custody rest in one of the cages at a facility in McAllen, Texas, on Sunday.
  • Strong natural disaster strikes Japanese city

    Strong natural disaster strikes Japanese city

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    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters that the government has placed its "top priority on saving people's lives". Meanwhile, the Nuclear Regulation Authority said it had detected no problems at its local nuclear power plants. Eiji Shibuya, 52, said the tremor reminded him of the devastating 1995 Kobe quake, which killed almost 6,500 people. And government spokesman Yoshihide Suga cautioned there was a possibility of strong aftershocks.
  • 2 feared dead, 41 hurt after natural disaster hits Japan

    2 feared dead, 41 hurt after natural disaster hits Japan

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    A police officer stands guard at the site where a girl was killed by fallen wall caused by an quake at an elementary school in Takatsuki, Osaka prefecture, western Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo June 18, 2018. Shinji Toda, a professor of natural disaster geology at Tohoku University, noted that a different fault running just under the city of Osaka from north to south might have something to do with Monday's deadly quake.
  • DHS Secretary Says There’s No Family Separation Policy ‘Period'

    DHS Secretary Says There’s No Family Separation Policy ‘Period'

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    Stephanie Grisham , a spokeswoman for Mrs Trump , said: "She believes we need to be a country that follows all laws, but also a country that governs with heart". of New Jersey. "While the bill contains some positive provisions, including full funding for the border wall and closing loopholes in current law that sustain illegal border surges, it is still a mass amnesty", said RJ Hauman, of the conservative Federation for American Immigration Reform.