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Fires in the Canary Islands: over 9,000 people were evacuated in flames

Despite four hydroplanes discharging more than 1 million liters of water onto the fire and the efforts of 600 firefighters, the fire continued to grow on Monday, according to a statement by the Canary Islands Emergency and Security Ministry. The fire started over the weekend and has now devoured 24,710 acres (10,000 hectares) of Gran Canaria, a popular holiday destination …

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Brexit: Boris Johnson calls for the abolition of an "anti-democratic" setback

Image Rights Getty Images Caption Boris Johnson has written to Donald Tusk (right) to explain his claims for a Brexit deal Boris Johnson has informed the EU that the Irish border repatriation plan must be canceled because it is "unprofitable" and "anti-democratic". In a letter to the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, the Prime Minister said that the …

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Geraldo: Tlaib's canceled trip should provoke outrage, Palestinian territory is "occupied"

President Trump rightly supports the state of Israel, but the Netanyahu government has deputized Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. According to Geraldo Rivera, do not stop him from visiting him. People living in Palestinian territory are denied their rights, and Tlaib was similarly denied the opportunity to visit her grandmother, Rivera claimed Monday in The Story. As a Jewish-American and passionate Zionist …

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Sand theft in Sardinia: French couple threatened with imprisonment after being caught with 90 pounds of sand

A French couple faces years of imprisonment after stealing nearly 30 kg of sand on Sardinia, the Italian island known for its picturesque beaches. The alleged thieves told the police that they would take the sand home because they wanted to keep it as a souvenir, the Italian media reported Monday. According to the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, two …

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Angry dinner shoots waiter over sandwich delay

PARIS – A customer shot a waiter in a pizzeria in the suburbs of Paris after waiting too long for a sandwich, as witnesses report. The 29-year-old waiter was killed in Noisy-le-Grande, about nine miles from central Paris, prosecutors in neighboring Bobigny told CNN Friday night. Witnesses say the man is furious with the time needed to make his sandwich, …

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Trump tweets promise not to build Trump properties in Greenland

In a surprise tweet on Monday, President Trump promised not to develop his large-scale developments in Greenland, one day after he confirmed that he was considering the possibility of buying the sparsely populated Arctic island. The tweet contained an edited photograph showing a tall gold building with the inscription "Trump". The President wrote: "I promise not to do this to …

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Trump, Boris Johnson discuss Brexit, trade issues in the Monday call

President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump uses recent survey data and says internal numbers are "the strongest we've had" against Trump MORE spoke to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday a series of trade and economic issues, the White House said. Trump was "very excited" about his upcoming meeting with Johnson during the phone call, which took place days before …

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Trump Tweets Photo of Trump Tower in Greenland: "I promise not to do that"

President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump takes advantage of recent survey data and says the internal numbers are "the strongest we've ever had" Speak to Trump MORE on Monday night [Tweet] and tweet a edited photo showing a Trump Tower in Greenland and respond to reports that he has expressed interest in buying the island area. I promise not to do …

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Facebook and Twitter accuse China disinformation campaign against Hong Kong protesters

Twitter and Facebook have blocked almost 1,000 accounts related to a Chinese disinformation campaign against democracy-oriented protesters in Hong Kong. On Monday, Twitter announced that 936 accounts were blocked in connection with the disinformation efforts. In a blog post the company said the "coordinated state-sponsored campaign" should sow "political discord in Hong Kong, including undermining the legitimacy and political position …

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Omar al-Bashir trial: The ex-president's buddies tried to get him out of jail

No arrests or other details related to the incident have been reported. Bashir's lawyer told CNN that the president had not participated in the breakout attempt. "We've met him twice since his arrest and he has not once mentioned this alleged attempt, nor has he been accused by any authority of involvement," said Hashem Abu Bakr Al-Gaaly. The security around …

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