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People Fire crew rescues passengers trapped mid-air in cable auto
Author: 0 Fire crew rescues passengers trapped mid-air in cable auto

Public transportation authorities for the city in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia say 32 of the cars were operating when the mishap occurred Sunday. Pictures posted to social media show children and adults being lowered to waiting boats, and strapped in with firefighters. Emergency services were soon at the scene.

People Family dog finds help for two Utah girls struck by lightning
Author: 0 Family dog finds help for two Utah girls struck by lightning

The girls were riding on an ATV and had gotten off the vehicle to look around, accompanied by a family dog . The two girls struck by lightning in a remote corner of national forest land in Beaver County Friday morning were rushed to hospital after the family dog led relatives to the two unconscious, the Deseret News reported on Saturday.

People Pence: 'We Expect Russian Behavior To Change'
Author: 0 Pence: 'We Expect Russian Behavior To Change'

In the Estonian capital of Tallinn, Pence spoke strongly but generally about the USA support for eastern European countries. The former USSR Baltic states have been gripped by fears of Moscow after Russian Federation annexed Crime from Ukraine in 2014 and increased military exercises.

Author: 0 Putin confirms U.S. diplomatic missions in Russian Federation will be cut

In a statement the Russian foreign ministry said the sanctions were an example of extreme aggressiveness by the United States toward Russia . Putin described the sanctions bill now working its way through US Congress - which calls for new measures against Russia, North Korea and Iran , and limits Trump's ability to alter them - as "illegal under global law" and warned that Russia might have to respond.

People Gainesville police reject President's Trumps remarks about treatment of suspects
Author: 0 Gainesville police reject President's Trumps remarks about treatment of suspects

The Daily Caller reports that while speaking about violent gang-members in a speech to law enforcement officers that focused on MS-13, Trump said officers shouldn't be "too nice" when putting violent criminals in the "paddy wagon". City officials are struggling to stunt a spike in homicides that began soon after Freddie Gray died of a spinal cord injury he suffered after being placed without a seat belt in the back of a police van in April 2015.

People European Union freedom of movement will end in 2019: United Kingdom ministers
Author: 0 European Union freedom of movement will end in 2019: United Kingdom ministers

Allowing free movement of people after Britain leaves the European Union would not "keep faith" with the Brexit vote, the worldwide trade secretary said, underling divisions in the government over the issue. But Dr Fox, who's also the MP for North Somerset, said that any such move would "not keep faith" with the referendum result. Boris Johnson denied that he was on the verge of quitting as foreign secretary yesterday over plans pushed by Philip Hammond to maintain migration levels ...

People Russian Federation sanctions: Trump's hand forced by Senate vote
Author: 0 Russian Federation sanctions: Trump's hand forced by Senate vote

A team of House and Senate negotiators late last week resolved several lingering issues with the sanctions bill and also agreed to add the North Korea penalties. The White House has not been clear about what the president will do. "He may sign the sanctions exactly the way they are or he may veto the sanctions and negotiate an even tougher deal against the Russians", Scaramucci told CNN.

People Scaramucci's estranged wife gives birth after leaving White House official
Author: 0 Scaramucci's estranged wife gives birth after leaving White House official

The New York Post reported that she had filed for divorce "after getting fed up with his ruthless quest to get close to President Trump , whom she despises". That was Scaramucci signalling to the President, 'I have your back. On Monday, she brought forth her second child with Scaramucci . Scaramucci's son was born ahead of his due date, and he was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit at North Shore Hospital on Thursday.

People Trump to sign bill for new sanctions on Russian Federation
Author: 0 Trump to sign bill for new sanctions on Russian Federation

Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that Russia is expelling 755 USA diplomats and technical personnel in retaliation against new US sanctions proposed against Moscow. diplomatic staff in Moscow and seize a dacha compound and warehouse used by American diplomats, a State Department official said on Friday. The ministry also said that it would bar access to a summer house and storage facilities in Moscow that have been used by the USA embassy from August 1.

People For Trump, the honeymoon with Putin may be finally over
Author: 0 For Trump, the honeymoon with Putin may be finally over

Mr Putin told Russia's Vesti TV in an interview released Sunday local time that 755 U.S. diplomatic and technical staff would have to leave Russian Federation by September 1. President Vladimir Putin initially held off from retaliating, saying he would wait to see how Trump reacted after he came into the White House. Gabriel said in a statement: "It remains the case that we will in no way accept an extraterritorial application of these USA sanctions against European companies".

People Putin says U.S. will have to shed 755 from diplomatic staff
Author: 0 Putin says U.S. will have to shed 755 from diplomatic staff

US Ambassador to Russia John Tefft has expressed his "strong disappointment and protest" over Moscow's decision to expel the US diplomats, according to a statement to CNN from the US Embassy in Moscow. The move was condemned by Moscow as a violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. On taking retaliatory measures, Putin said , "I thought it was time for us to show that we will not leave this without an answer".

People The lovely weather will last into the work week
Author: 0 The lovely weather will last into the work week

The entire first week of August looks below normal. The high pressure system that gave us the pleasant weather today will move off to the east and our winds will turn to the west and southwest. This is because the front will be closer to CT, which will provide more lift necessary to produce storms. Temperatures remained in the upper 70s for afternoon highs today and humidity stayed low.

People Trump to sign bill imposing fresh sanctions on Russian Federation
Author: 0 Trump to sign bill imposing fresh sanctions on Russian Federation

But faced with heavy bipartisan support for the bill in the House and Senate , the president had little choice but to sign the bill into law. Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly denied that Russia hacked into the 2016 election -- a charge that Ryabkov also denied.

People Priebus says Trump sought a different direction
Author: 0 Priebus says Trump sought a different direction

Trump appointed Kelly, a retired Marine general, to secretary of Homeland Security on December 7, 2016 and he was confirmed on January, 20, 2017 the first day of Trump's administration. Haig in the final stretch of former President Richard M. Nixon's administration. Kelly had told lawmakers during his confirmation hearings in January that he supported Trump about the need for a wall, though he also spoke about the need for extra border agents and better technology.

People Obamacare: Senate must vote on health care again before other votes - Mulvaney
Author: 0 Obamacare: Senate must vote on health care again before other votes - Mulvaney

Starting Monday, Kelly must try to exert control over a chaotic White House, but his ability to do so will depend on how much authority he is granted and whether Trump's dueling aides will put aside their rivalries to work together. "Demand another vote before voting on any other bill!", he tweeted on Saturday. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, who opposed the efforts to move a health bill forward this week, said on CNN that cutting the payments would "be detrimental to some of the most ...

People United States to cut 755 USA diplomatic staff in Russian Federation, says Putin
Author: 0 United States to cut 755 USA diplomatic staff in Russian Federation, says Putin

Russia's foreign ministry on Friday announced counter measures in response to tough new sanctions proposed by the United States , ordering Washington to reduce its diplomatic staff. The bill also would give Congress veto power to block any easing of those sanctions. Speaking on ABC's "This Week" show, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov called a sanctions package aimed at penalizing Russia for meddling in the 2016 U.S.

People No significant changes in CAT notification
Author: 0 No significant changes in CAT notification

The registration for the CAT admission test to begin from 9 August to September 20 . Candidates will be given option to select four Test Cities in order of preference. Candidates must pay the registration fee through online payment modes only, which include credit cards, debit cards and net banking. The candidates are advised to work on tutorials available on the website well in advance.

People Trump threat: End health payments unless there's an overhaul
Author: 0 Trump threat: End health payments unless there's an overhaul

Trump's longstanding threat to let the health insurance plans voters rely on fail would come with its own political price. Insurance companies have been demanding big rate increases or fleeing from individual insurance markets created by Obamacare , and making those cost-sharing reduction payments could be key to keeping insurers in the market and preventing spikes in premiums.

People White House: Trump to sign Russian Federation sanctions bill
Author: 0 White House: Trump to sign Russian Federation sanctions bill

Trump has privately expressed frustration over Congress' ability to limit or override the power of the White House on national security matters, saying that it is complicating efforts to coordinate with allies - particularly those in Europe that have taken a different approach to sanctions.

People Trump pushes out Priebus, names Kelly WH chief of staff
Author: 0 Trump pushes out Priebus, names Kelly WH chief of staff

It came on the same day that White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci was quoted accusing Priebus of leaking stories to the media, in an interview with The New Yorker . Priebus has been under fire for months, seeing one White House ally after another resign or leave, culminating in the departure of press secretary Sean Spicer a week ago.

People Putin decries 'anti-Russian hysteria' in US
Author: 0 Putin decries 'anti-Russian hysteria' in US

The bill , cleared by the Senate in a 98-2 vote, will limit Trump's ability to lift or waive sanctions against Russian Federation, and imposes new sanctions on Iran and North Korea . Trump's vow to extend a hand of cooperation to Russian President Vladimir Putin has been met with resistance as skeptical lawmakers look to limit the executive power's leeway to go easy on Moscow over its meddling in the 2016 presidential election.