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Cruz and Chiky Grocery in the Bronx's Belmont area was the site of Guzman-Feliz's murder. At the time, NY authorities said charges are pending against the four other suspects they have in custody. Both Carmelo and La La Anthony and Cardi B have backed the family as they mourn. They are suspected of being members of the Trinitarios gang. A memorial service is set to be held later Monday.
  • Sessions rebukes comparing Nazi Germany, Trump family-separation policy

    Sessions rebukes comparing Nazi Germany, Trump family-separation policy

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    The policy has seen 1,995 minors separated from 1,940 adults between April 19 and May 31, according to figures from the Department of Homeland Security obtained by the Associated Press . But this is still a really fucked up situation for the children involved, no matter how much you despise being compared to a Nazi. Mr Sessions was asked in Monday night's interview on Fox News about a tweet by former CIA Director Michael Hayden likening what happened at Auschwitz concentration camp, ...
  • North Korean airline plans new route to China's Xian

    North Korean airline plans new route to China's Xian

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    President Moon seems to be trying to put pressure on North Korea and the USA and his trip to Russian Federation could possibly further try to push that, don't you think? "We owe a profound debt of gratitude to USA service members who gave their lives in service to their country, and we are working diligently to bring them home".
  • United States plans to exit UN Human Rights Council

    United States plans to exit UN Human Rights Council

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    Efforts by Haley and other senior USA diplomats to reform the council have failed in recent months. She pointed to the election of the Democratic Republic of Congo to council membership in the past year, despite the U.S. Abudayyeh said while previous presidents have not paid "much attention" to the United Nations and other worldwide institutions, the Trump administration "clearly, openly says that it doesn't care about global law".
  • Crisis averted? Minister says migrant row with Merkel can be overcome

    Crisis averted? Minister says migrant row with Merkel can be overcome

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    According to several reports , Interior Minister Horst Seehofer suggested he would give Merkel two weeks to reach an agreement on the issue with Germany's European Union partners. Asked in Berlin whether her government can work well until the end of its term in 2021 and whether she is still in full control, Merkel replied: "Yes to both".
  • Turkish and USA forces begin patrols near Syrian town

    Turkish and USA forces begin patrols near Syrian town

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    Turkish and US troops on Monday began independent patrols along the line separating Turkish-controlled areas of northern Syria from the town of Manbij, which is controlled by a local militia affiliated to the USA -backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which is dominated by the Kurdish YPG militia.
  • Recording of children crying at border adds to outrage

    Recording of children crying at border adds to outrage

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    The UN high commissions for refugees has also said the policy is "unacceptable", and in the U.S. there have been widespread protests. A view of inside U.S. Border Patrol serves as the clearinghouse for all immigrants caught crossing the border illegally under current policy. This has led to parents being separated from their children, who are not charged with a crime.
  • Time magazine's latest cover shows Trump staring down viral immigrant girl

    Time magazine's latest cover shows Trump staring down viral immigrant girl

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    Still, Trump's order is likely to create a new set of problems involving the length of detention of families, and may spark fresh court fights. The cover features President Donald Trump looking down at a frightened immigrant girl. On an attempt to cap illegal migration, about 2,000 children were separated from their families at the southern border in the United States, according Department of Homeland Security figures obtained by AP.
  • In Trump Rebuke, US Senate Votes to Reimpose Ban on China's ZTE

    In Trump Rebuke, US Senate Votes to Reimpose Ban on China's ZTE

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    By the end of the month, with Trump's support , the Department of Commerce struck a deal (paywall) with ZTE, allowing it to resume purchasing from USA suppliers in return for a $1 billion fine and allowing Chinese-speaking U.S. Earlier this month , the U.S government reached an agreement with ZTE which would allow the firm to resume business. The NDAA already passed the House of Representatives, in a previous version that did not contain the ZTE provision.
  • Leaving the UN Human Rights Council was the moral choice

    Leaving the UN Human Rights Council was the moral choice

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    Its decision "risks undermining the role of the U.S.as a strong advocate and supporter of democracy on the world stage", she added. For example, she notes that resolutions focused on Israel's human rights record have fallen from around 40 percent of the council's annual totals in 2009 to about 20 percent previous year.
  • Sessions says comparing separated children's quarters to Nazi Germany is an

    Sessions says comparing separated children's quarters to Nazi Germany is an "exaggeration"

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    US officials have argued that the children are well cared for and that the government has high standards for the detention centers where they are being housed. -Mexico border illegally. "We do not want to separate parents from their children", Sessions said". "Reports from Border Patrol detention centers, camps and DHS" Office of Refugee Resettlement facilities, including a former Walmart in Texas, revealed thousands of migrant children detained without access to their families.
  • Canada Passes Bill To Legalise Recreational Marijuana

    Canada Passes Bill To Legalise Recreational Marijuana

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    The federal government is basking in the hazy glow of its plan to legalize recreational marijuana , but it is reminding Canadians that pot remains illegal until the Cannabis Act actually goes into effect. Expect a lot of stories to come out about these debates , and do not forget to get out to Quebec's election this fall and ensure our provincial government won't fall into the hands of politicians vocally against the Cannabis Act of Canada.
  • Pentagon suspends Korea ‘war game’ planning for August

    Pentagon suspends Korea ‘war game’ planning for August

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    Moon Seong Mook, a former South Korean military official, calls the joint drills and the US troops stationed in South Korea the core of the alliance between the two countries. The first unified Olympic team was a joint women's ice hockey squad for the Pyeongchang Games in February, and there was criticism in Seoul that some South Koreans were being pushed out.
  • Kashmir: Mehbooba Mufti resigns after BJP withdraws support

    Kashmir: Mehbooba Mufti resigns after BJP withdraws support

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    The Congress , which has 12 seats in the assembly, said there was no question of an alliance with Mufti's party. Srinagar , Indian-administered Kashmir - Mebooba Mufti has resigned as the chief minister of Indian-administered Kashmir after her coalition partner, the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), pulled out of the ruling alliance.
  • Germany: Merkel Struggles With Immigration Policy

    Germany: Merkel Struggles With Immigration Policy

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    Federal Interior Ministry data shows the number of new arrivals in Germany seeking asylum fell 33 percent on the year to 186,000 in 2017, down from 280,000 the previous year and 890,000 in 2015, at the peak of the migrant crisis. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she will hold talks with other European countries on migration issues and report back to her party on July 1.
  • British PM urges Conservative unity before parliament's votes

    British PM urges Conservative unity before parliament's votes

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    Hours before the debate began, a justice minister resigned in protest at what he called its "wish to limit" the role of parliament in shaping Brexit. The vote was a major victory for Prime Minister Theresa May and her government who feared success for the amendment would have tied their negotiating arm, Xinhua reported.
  • 5 undocumented immigrants killed in Texas auto crash

    5 undocumented immigrants killed in Texas auto crash

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    The Border Patrol said in a statement Sunday night that two other vehicles had been travelling alongside the SUV earlier in the day. "This, I think, is a ideal example, of why our borders need to be secured", Sheriff Boyd explained. "The driver of this vehicle, we have handled before". Stefanie Herweck stands with other protesters in front of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Rio Grande Valley Sector's Centralized Processing Center on Sunday in McAllen, Texas .
  • Rescue boat Aquarius finally docks in Valencia

    Rescue boat Aquarius finally docks in Valencia

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    He said he is anxious that more European nations will close their ports to migrants who are rescued at sea. Among them are more than 400 men and 80 women as well as 11 under-13s and about 90 adolescents. "We pulled out people who had drowned". Spanish authorities say they will examine the migrants case-by-case to see if they qualify for asylum according to the country's regulations.
  • Three men dead, three others wounded in southern Sweden drive-by shooting

    Three men dead, three others wounded in southern Sweden drive-by shooting

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    Swedish news agency TT said the incident happened in Malmo just after 8pm and quoted the city's police department saying "there is no reason for the public to worry". According to the paper, the victims were attacked as they left an internet cafe in the middle of the town. Swedish police said the motive for the attack is not yet known .
  • Melania Says She Hates Donald's Immigration Policy, Then Lies About It

    Melania Says She Hates Donald's Immigration Policy, Then Lies About It

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    O'Rourke added he would join a march to Tornillo, Texas, where Democratic lawmakers plan to visit immigration centers and would also introduce a measure to end family separation. "We saw the fear in the eyes of these children who are wondering when they will see their parent ever again". "If we build the wall, if we pass legislation to end the lawlessness, we won't face these awful choices".
  • 'We will not apologize': Trump DHS chief defends immigration policy

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    Almost 2,000 children were separated from adults at the US-Mexico border, officials say. Leading Democrats from California called for Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to resign on Monday, citing the department's controversial practice of separating immigrant families caught trying to cross the southern border.