• Amesbury poisoning victim Charlie Rowley released from hospital

    Amesbury poisoning victim Charlie Rowley released from hospital

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    Last week, it was revealed that investigators had identified, from CCTV footage, Russian nationals that were suspects in the poisoning of the Skripals . Health officials on July 20 said 45-year-old Charlie Rowley "is well enough" to be discharged from Salisbury District Hospital and that his release into the public "creates no risk to anyone in the community".
  • Survivors of duck-boat sinking join hundreds at Missouri memorial

    Survivors of duck-boat sinking join hundreds at Missouri memorial

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    Ford said the Thursday's storm was one of the worst she's seen in Branson. "It's something I can't comprehend", Coleman told our Indianapolis CBS affiliate WTTV. Sixteen passengers and one crew member died in the accident. "As our very first board members, Bob and Judy Williams have been a driving force behind the USA Veterans Hope Center", Almer Jackson, the founder, and CEO of the center said in a news release.
  • Russian Federation is no longer targeting US

    Russian Federation is no longer targeting US

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    The invitation was announced hours after the president tweeted that he looked forward to "our second meeting" as he defended his performance Monday at the summit in which the two leaders conferred on a range of issues, including terrorism, Israeli security, nuclear proliferation and North Korea.
  • Trump tweets ‘very nice note’ he received from Kim Jong Un

    Trump tweets ‘very nice note’ he received from Kim Jong Un

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    South Korea's Foreign Ministry said the North then requested higher level talks with the US-led United Nations Command. Pompeo has described the commitment to recover the remains of US soldiers as "the most personally meaningful part of the agreement", between the USA and North Korea at the mid-June Singapore summit .
  • North Korea to return USA soldiers' remains in weeks: Pompeo

    North Korea to return USA soldiers' remains in weeks: Pompeo

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    President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Russian Federation would help with North Korea and offered an enthusiastic update on the USA process of negotiating with the antagonistic Asian nation over nuclear weapons. According to the DPAA, about 7,700 US troops are still listed as missing from the Korean War; about 5,300 of that total are believed to have fallen in North Korea.
  • Trump’s ‘would’ versus ‘wouldn’t’ excuse for Russian Federation remarks becomes a meme

    Trump’s ‘would’ versus ‘wouldn’t’ excuse for Russian Federation remarks becomes a meme

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    That he patted Vladimir Putin on the back for interfering in USA elections. The concern about Russia's intentions preceded this week's meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin . "So just to repeat it, I said the word "would" instead of "wouldn't", said Trump. "He understands it and he's not happy about it and he shouldn't be happy about it because there's never been a President as tough on Russian Federation as I have been".
  • How Russia viewed the summit between Pres. Trump and Putin

    How Russia viewed the summit between Pres. Trump and Putin

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    Meanwhile, Trump has also suggested that he may ask Putin to have 12 Russian military intelligence officials extradited to the USA after they were indicted on Friday for hacking the Democratic National Committee, the Clinton presidential campaign and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
  • Spectacle or substance? World awaits details from Trump-Putin summit

    Spectacle or substance? World awaits details from Trump-Putin summit

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    The " CBS Evening News" published the interview with Trump from his golf club in Turnberry, Scotland, on Sunday morning. "I did it. You got me, '" Trump said on Friday, invoking a television detective. The 12 defendants allegedly took part in Russia's "sustained effort" to hack Democrats' emails and computer networks. "As we welcome the presidents to the summit in Finland, we want to remind them of the importance of free press".
  • Twitter suspends accounts linked with Russian intelligence services

    Twitter suspends accounts linked with Russian intelligence services

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    Throughout at least March and April there were repeated efforts to break into about 120 Democratic National Committee , Clinton and left-leaning activists' accounts across the country. Trump also continued his campaign to undermine the investigation in a press conference during his United Kingdom visit Friday, calling it "rigged".
  • Donald Trump has 'low expectations' for Helsinki summit

    Donald Trump has 'low expectations' for Helsinki summit

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    Donald Trump says he may ask Vladimir Putin during their Monday summit meeting to extradite to the U.S. 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of attempting to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. "I go in with low expectations", Trump told CBS in Turnberry. On the matter of pressing Putin on his involvement in the 2016 hack, though, Trump does have one logical argument on his side: even if he was insistent that Putin extradite the hackers, there is no chance he'd meet with ...
  • Korea hold talks on return of remains of American troops

    Korea hold talks on return of remains of American troops

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    Sunday's meeting, if held, would be the first talks between the UNC and the North's military in nine years and four months. South Korea's Yonhap news agency, citing South Korean government and US military sources, said the negotiations had begun at 0100 GMT at the border village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas.
  • Rescued Thai boys in good shape in video message

    Rescued Thai boys in good shape in video message

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    Saman Kunan, 37, died on July 6 while placing oxygen tanks in the cave in preparation for the rescue , which was successfully completed last week over three consecutive days beginning on Sunday. The story is already set for a retelling by Hollywood, with two production companies looking to put together movies about the boys and their rescue.