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Global News Jordan Releases Footage Of Attack That Killed 3 Green Berets Last Year
Author: 0 Jordan Releases Footage Of Attack That Killed 3 Green Berets Last Year

Now, footage leading up to the shooting has been shared by the Jordanian army, reports the New York Post . The soldiers were killed on November 4th when their vehicles came under fire as they attempted to enter the base. Figures are seen fleeing from vehicles in the convoy and taking refuge behind concrete security barriers, but a Jordanian soldier then comes forward, continuing to shoot at them.

Global News Now, Donald Trump has blocked Chrissy Teigen on Twitter
Author: 0 Now, Donald Trump has blocked Chrissy Teigen on Twitter

Last month , she literally told him to "grow the f-ck up". "I knew it smelled psychotic and racist here". In his time as president Trump has made ample use of Twitter's block function, shutting out citizens and celebrities alike from the troll-y discourse that makes this democratic nation so great.

Global News American Navy ship fires warning shots at Iranian military vessel
Author: 0 American Navy ship fires warning shots at Iranian military vessel

After the Iranian ship did not respond to the various signals, the USA boat fired warning shots in an attempt to avoid a collision. The incident came as several Navy ships in the area were conducting routine patrol operations. He said the USA ship "had to act for the safety of the crew". The U.S. Navy condemned the actions taken by Iranian forces, calling them "outrageous and unacceptable", and has since taken significant steps to prevent future incidents.

Global News McCain to return to Senate for healthcare vote
Author: 0 McCain to return to Senate for healthcare vote

The former United States presidential candidate, and now Senator of Arizona, is set to return to his office on Tuesday, less than a week after he was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. "I have a feeling if there's any way he can be back he'll be here, whether or not his doctors like it, knowing John", Sen. "It just reminds me of what an extraordinarily fearless person he is".

Global News Tyson predicts McGregor will 'get killed' by Mayweather
Author: 0 Tyson predicts McGregor will 'get killed' by Mayweather

The film, aptly titled Notorious , is set to still be in the filming process, to capture the hugely anticipated McGregor vs Mayweather fight. The Irishman has been goading Mayweather in pre-fight publicity shows around the world. Part of the stipulations for the fight is that it would be purely boxing - McGregor would not be allowed to use MMA rules and would have to follow the boxing guideline.

Author: 0 Nineteen rescued from flood-hit areas of Rajasthan

Dantiwada and Sipu dams are overflowing, and due to the release of water from the dams, people living in low-lying areas have been shifted to safer places, he had said. The district administration has put Morbi town on alert, as water levels in Machchu-2 and Machchu-3 dam reservoirs are flowing above 6 feet. Almost twenty-five thousand people have been evacuated from the flood hit regions, with rescue work still in operation.

Global News Verdict in BC polygamy case expected today after decades-long legal battle
Author: 0 Verdict in BC polygamy case expected today after decades-long legal battle

Prosecutors had tried to bring charges against Blackmore and Oler for 20 years, but had stepped back over concerns that prohibiting polygamy would breach rights to religious freedom. The two men are senior figures in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS), a polygamist religious sect that broke away from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, also known as the Mormon Church.

Global News Iran top judge demands United States release assets, jailed Iranians
Author: 0 Iran top judge demands United States release assets, jailed Iranians

The White House says President Donald Trump is prepared to act in an attempt to end Iran's practice of using detentions and hostage taking as state policy, but it provides no specifics about potential consequences. In 2012, the US Congress passed a law that specifically directed the US-based Citibank to turn over the Iranian assets to families of the victims of the Beirut bombing.

Global News Donald Trump consults advisers on sacking 'beleaguered' Jeff Sessions
Author: 0 Donald Trump consults advisers on sacking 'beleaguered' Jeff Sessions

Last Saturday, the President unleashed a series of tweets criticizing a Washington Post story focused on Attorney General Jeff Sessions , calling it an "illegal intelligence leak". It built on a tweet the president issued moments earlier, suggesting that there were "Ukrainian efforts" to sabotage his campaign and help Democrat rival Clinton.

Global News Trump speaks to advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions
Author: 0 Trump speaks to advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions

This morning though, Trump took his insults of Sessions one step further, with a tweet which was aimed at discrediting his Attorney General even further. Also on Sunday, Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow pushed back on reports last week that Trump is considering pardons for himself or others. Facing a wave of pressure from Democrats and Republicans alike, Sessions announced his recusal in March without consulting the President.

Global News Bombers attack two camps in northeast Nigeria, kill 8
Author: 0 Bombers attack two camps in northeast Nigeria, kill 8

According to the spokesman of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Abdulkadir Ibrahim , three suicide bombers, a male and two females, attacked both Dalori 1 and Dalori 2 IDP camps - two of the largest camps housing victims of the Boko Haram insurgency in Borno State.

Global News Parents want to take Charlie Gard home to die
Author: 0 Parents want to take Charlie Gard home to die

Mr Gard and Ms Yates, who are aged in their 30s and come from Bedfont, west London, had asked Mr Justice Francis to rule that Charlie should be allowed to undergo a therapy trial in NY. Ms Yates arrived at court shortly before 2pm. The case drew comment from U.S. President Donald Trump, who tweeted on July 3 that "we would be delighted" to help Charlie, and from Pope Francis, who called for the parents to be allowed to do everything possible to treat their child.

Global News Vikings sign tackle Arturo Uzdavinis to training camp roster
Author: 0 Vikings sign tackle Arturo Uzdavinis to training camp roster

The Vikings are taking advantage of a National Football League rule that allows teams to bring rookies to training camp early in hopes that their 2017 group will be ready to contribute sooner than their 2016 class did. "It will be fun to get down there and get to work". "Looking at it right now, and after watching this group in the spring, I'm excited about where we are", Sparano said.

Global News Israel embassy guard kills two Jordanians, including doctor
Author: 0 Israel embassy guard kills two Jordanians, including doctor

The 37-acre walled compound in Jerusalem is the third holiest site of Islam, after Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia. If that approach is taken, "Israel would obtain quiet on the Alaqsa mosque and also ease relations with Jordan , while getting its security guard out", he explained.

Global News Possible tornado touches down in Stevensville
Author: 0 Possible tornado touches down in Stevensville

Maryland officials are also helping residents who were displaced because of the storm. An emergency center was set up at Centreville Middle School (231 Ruthsburg Road, Centreville, Maryland 21617) and a family reunification site at the Kent Island Fire Department (1610 Main Street, Chester, Maryland 21619) to assist affected residents.

Global News Trump to discuss healthcare in televised White House event
Author: 0 Trump to discuss healthcare in televised White House event

The challenges for Scaramucci's new role were evident in a series of interviews, where he discussed his plans for press strategy, but was beset by questions about the Russian Federation investigation and the president's Twitter feed. He also said on CNN's "State of the Union" that "we're going to defend him very, very aggressively when there's nonsensical stuff being said about him".

Global News Louis County officers shoot, kill carjacking suspect
Author: 0 Louis County officers shoot, kill carjacking suspect

At that point, McGuire wrote, officers exchanged shots with the man. KJFF reports Kershaw crashed his vehicle at interstates 270 and 255, which is in south St. Monday near the intersection of Interstate 55 and Interstate 270 in neighboring St. Louis County. St. Louis County Police Chief John Belmar commended the officers involved.

Global News Trump says upcoming health vote is GOP's chance to keep vow
Author: 0 Trump says upcoming health vote is GOP's chance to keep vow

President Trump said he once saw William Levitt at a cocktail party with "the hottest people in NY". At another point, Trump marveled at the more than 30,000 scouts that had gathered for the jamboree, although he acted as if they were there just for him and not for a regular event attended by seven other presidents.

Author: 0 Brussels prepares to bite back at United States over Russian Federation sanctions

On July 26th, the European Commission must take a decision on the response measures, which Europe to resort to, if the USA adopts a law on the sanctions against Russia, Iran and the DPRK. Trump has repeatedly said he wants to improve ties with Moscow, triggering bipartisan concern in Congress that he could lift or ease sanctions against Russian Federation.

Global News Congress extends martial law in Mindanao until year-end
Author: 0 Congress extends martial law in Mindanao until year-end

I think the problem on terrorism is so complex and so grave that it warrants a comprehensive and decisive campaign. The legislators backed President Rodrigo Duterte's call for an extension in the Mindanao region to deal with Islamist gunmen who have occupied parts of a southern city for two months.

Global News New species of fish weighing 2 tons discovered in Australia
Author: 0 New species of fish weighing 2 tons discovered in Australia

Elusive giant: new sunfish species discovered by global team led by Marianne Nyegaard . A new species of sunfish has been discovered for the first time in 130 years after washing up on a New Zealand beach. Speaking to The Conversation , Ms Nyegaard said: 'Unravelling this mystery has been a huge puzzle. "We repeated the steps of the early naturalists and taxonomists, to understand how such a big fish for several centuries remained unknown to scientists".

Global News European Commission preparing to push back on Russian Federation sanctions bill
Author: 0 European Commission preparing to push back on Russian Federation sanctions bill

Speaking on his return to the White House - where he is a senior advisor to the president - Kushner said he has not " relied " on Russian funds for his business. Democratic operatives have theorized that the Trump campaign could have coordinated with Russian operatives to boost anti-Clinton stories - although no evidence has emerged to support that theory.

Global News World's first autonomous cargo ship to launch next year
Author: 0 World's first autonomous cargo ship to launch next year

Two Norwegian companies are working together towards a goal of crewless, autonomously operated ships by the end of the decade. Two Norwegian companies, agriculture firm, Yara International ASA , and guidance systems builder, Kongsberg Gruppen ASA , have now made a decision to build the world's first crewless, autonomously operated ship.

Global News 'SHe-Box' is government's new plan to fight sexual harassment at workplace
Author: 0 'SHe-Box' is government's new plan to fight sexual harassment at workplace

They can complaint to the respective department and concerned ministry under which they are working. "The portal will help in addressing those complaints", Gandhi said. The Government of India is the largest employer in the country employing 30.87 lakh workers to carry out its various functions. Among which 10.93% that is 3.37 lakh are women according to the 2011 census .

Global News Justin Bieber Canceled His 'Purpose' World Tour And Fans Are Heartbroken
Author: 0 Justin Bieber Canceled His 'Purpose' World Tour And Fans Are Heartbroken

Last August, Selena Gomez canceled the European and Canadian legs of her Revival World Tour after suffering from anxiety and depression. "However, after consideration, he decided not to do the next concerts", concludes one. Bieber is the fourth major artist in the past year to abruptly cancel the remainder of a global music tour. The " Sorry " hitmaker has done over 150 shows in six continents.

Global News Last SeaWorld Orca Born in Captivity Dies
Author: 0 Last SeaWorld Orca Born in Captivity Dies

After pressure from animal rights protests - and backlash after a trainer was killed and others injured by some of the whales - SeaWorld announced in 2016 it would be ending its orca breeding program. Orlando-based SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment chose to stop breeding orcas amid animal rights protests and declining visitor counts. "Now she's dead.

Global News Holder: Voter fraud panel led by 'fact-challenged zealot'
Author: 0 Holder: Voter fraud panel led by 'fact-challenged zealot'

Rewire is a non-profit independent media publication. The group, known as EPIC, argued that the panel had failed to conduct a privacy assessment required by federal law before asking states to hand over voter data. Republicans such as Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan had called the commission's request a "hastily organized experiment", or a "federal intrusion and overreach", as Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler, R, put it.

Global News Senate Parliamentarian Upends GOP Hopes For Health Bill
Author: 0 Senate Parliamentarian Upends GOP Hopes For Health Bill

Senators Mike Lee and Jerry Moran voted against the bill last week; Senator Rand Paul, Rob Portman, Dean Heller, Ron Johnson, and Ted Cruz have voted against other versions of the bill. Mr. McConnell noted that President Trump is ready to sign the bill this time around. Senate Republicans have considered two versions but have been unable to reach consensus after estimates showed they could lead to as many as 22 million fewer Americans being insured.

Global News Resources Minister Matt Canavan resigns from cabinet following doubts over dual citizenship
Author: 0 Resources Minister Matt Canavan resigns from cabinet following doubts over dual citizenship

Senator Canavan said he did not sign the Italian citizenship papers himself. " I was not born in Italy, have never been to Italy, [and I] have never set foot in the Italian consulate", he said. While Senator Canavan has quit the cabinet, he has yet to resign from the Senate. The two Green senators will be replaced by 21-year old disability campaigner Jordon Steele-John while former Democrat leader Andrew Bartlett is in the running to take Ms Waters' former Queensland senate seat.

Global News U.S. judge indefinitely halts planned deportation of over 1400 Iraqi nationals
Author: 0 U.S. judge indefinitely halts planned deportation of over 1400 Iraqi nationals

The extra time assures "that those who might be subjected to grave harm and possible death are not cast out of this country before having their day in court", he wrote in his 34-page order. It could also apply to another 1,200 Iraqis who have final removal orders nationwide. "The Court will conduct a status conference with counsel on August 31, 2017 at 2 p.m.to assess what modifications, if any, are required to this Order, and to discuss further proceedings with this case", Goldsmith wrote ...

Global News Trump son-in-law denies colluding with Russian Federation
Author: 0 Trump son-in-law denies colluding with Russian Federation

Trump told the Times reporters that he believed Mr. Comey was revealing this to exercise leverage that would increase his own job security, saying, "In my opinion, he shared it so that I would think he had it out there". Kushner also disputed a report that claimed that he had two phone calls between April and November 2016 with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, explaining that he has no recollection of those calls.

Global News Trump intensifies criticism of his own attorney general
Author: 0 Trump intensifies criticism of his own attorney general

But Giuliani quickly shot down the rumors, and Sessions remained in charge at the Department of Justice at the end of the day. So why wouldn't Trump replace Sessions, who has recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation, with someone who didn't think there should've been a special counsel investigation to begin with? The president ignored a shouted question during an event at the White House about whether Sessions should step down.

Global News At least five hurt in Swiss chainsaw attack
Author: 0 At least five hurt in Swiss chainsaw attack

A chainsaw-wielding loner who mostly lived in the woods stormed into an insurance office in a Swiss town on Monday, wounding two members of staff and three other people before fleeing, police said. "They are undergoing operations at the moment and we don't know how they are". Wettstein said security guards are being deployed at CSS offices in the region.

Global News Watch Jordan Spieth's Amazing Recovery To Win The Open 2017
Author: 0 Watch Jordan Spieth's Amazing Recovery To Win The Open 2017

Here, we look at the impressive Opta statistics relating to the exploits of the world number two, who could be sipping out of the Claret Jug again when he celebrates his birthday on Thursday. "But I feel like with the way my game is I'll definitely have a great chance at the PGA". It brought him down to 10 under, two ahead of playing partner and fellow American Matt Kuchar, who made par .