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Mandalay Bay Owner Sues Las Vegas Shooting Victims

Mandalay Bay Owner Sues Las Vegas Shooting Victims An attorney representing some of the victims of the Oct. 1 shooting massacre


Mandalay Bay Owner Sues Las Vegas Shooting Victims

Mandalay Bay Owner Sues Las Vegas Shooting Victims An attorney representing some of the victims of the Oct. 1 shooting massacre


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Obama Warns In Mandela Speech That 'Strongman Politics Are Ascendant'

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Kim Jong-un 'enraged' as he berates officials in rare public attack during inspection of overdue projects

Kim Jong-un 'enraged' as he berates officials in rare public attack during inspection of overdue projects North Korean leader Kim Jong-un berated officials during inspections of a factory, power station and holiday camp, state media reported Tuesday, with analysts saying the reports show nuclear-armed Pyongyang's desire to focus on economic development. "Field guidance" visits by the leader are the mainstay of the North's state media output, with Kim regularly shown giving "on-the-spot guidance" to attentive officials, their notebooks in hand. After his latest tour to North Hamgyong province, the Rodong Sinmun newspaper doubled its pagination to 12 and devoted nine of them to the trip. At the Orangchon power station, which is only 70 per cent complete following delays, Kim said he was "so appalled as to be left speechless", according to the North's official news agency KCNA. "He reprimanded the leading officials of the cabinet for leaving the project to the province only and not paying attention to it," it said, and he ordered it completed by October next year. Kim criticised dirty hot spring bathtubs at the Onpho holiday camp, calling them "worse than fish tanks" Credit: AFP Kim also exploded over the dirty hot spring bathtubs at the Onpho holiday camp - which boasts of having been visited by his father and grandfather Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung - calling them "worse than fish tanks". Criticism of officials is not unknown on field guidance trips, but the terms and scale of Tuesday's denunciations were unusual. The party committee of North Hamgyong, in the northeast, was singled out for particular vitriol, with KCNA saying it did not "sincerely accept" official policy on building a new bag factory in each province. Kim also inspected the Chongjin Bag Factory in North Hamgyong Province Credit: AFP Instead it offered "shabby rooms" in an existing facility for bag production, "and thus caused great anxiety to Kim Jong-un". "The Supreme Leader pointed out that the Provincial Party Committee is working in a perfunctory manner," it reported, adding witheringly: "The committee has no revolutionary spirit." Professor Yang Moo-jin of the University of North Korean Studies said Kim was sending a domestic and external signal that the North was focusing on the economy after his Singapore summit with President Donald Trump. The North Korean leader's mood appeared to have improved during his visit to the Rajin salmon Credit:  AFP At the time Kim agreed to work towards denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, but the term is a diplomatic euphemism open to interpretation. "To the people, he is projecting an image as a leader who is caring for their livelihood," Yang told AFP, "and to the outside world, he is sending a signal that he is serious in his promise to denuclearise."


Bill Browder Responds To 'Ludicrous' Putin Threat Against Him

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Chinese woman 'detained' after tossing ink on Xi poster: activists

Chinese woman 'detained' after tossing ink on Xi poster: activists A woman who live-streamed herself throwing ink onto a picture of Chinese President Xi Jinping has been detained, according to activists who accuse authorities of suppressing speech to protect a "cult of personality" around the country's leader. The US-based Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) activist network said authorities have also taken the woman's father and a Chinese artist into custody after they sought to publicise her plight on social media.


Chinese woman 'detained' after tossing ink on Xi poster: activists

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Chinese woman 'detained' after tossing ink on Xi poster: activists

Chinese woman 'detained' after tossing ink on Xi poster: activists A woman who live-streamed herself throwing ink onto a picture of Chinese President Xi Jinping has been detained, according to activists who accuse authorities of suppressing speech to protect a "cult of personality" around the country's leader. The US-based Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) activist network said authorities have also taken the woman's father and a Chinese artist into custody after they sought to publicise her plight on social media.


Obama praises Kenya's political reconciliation

Obama praises Kenya's political reconciliation NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Former U.S. President Barack Obama Monday praised Kenya's president and opposition leader for working together but said this East African country must do more to end corruption.


At Least 23 Injured In Hawaii After Lava From Kilauea Volcano Hits Tour Boat

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NRA-linked Russian aide arrested, charged as foreign agent

NRA-linked Russian aide arrested, charged as foreign agent Just hours after the disastrous summit in Helsinki, the FBI arrested a Russian gun-rights activist with links to the NRA and the Trump campaign and charged her as a foreign agent.


NRA-linked Russian aide arrested, charged as foreign agent

NRA-linked Russian aide arrested, charged as foreign agent Just hours after the disastrous summit in Helsinki, the FBI arrested a Russian gun-rights activist with links to the NRA and the Trump campaign and charged her as a foreign agent.


NRA-linked Russian aide arrested, charged as foreign agent

NRA-linked Russian aide arrested, charged as foreign agent Just hours after the disastrous summit in Helsinki, the FBI arrested a Russian gun-rights activist with links to the NRA and the Trump campaign and charged her as a foreign agent.


Forced To Choose Between Putin And His Own Government, Trump Picks Putin

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Forced To Choose Between Putin And His Own Government, Trump Picks Putin

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European Politicians Alarmed By Trump's 'Ridiculous' Russia Stance

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Papa John's Founder Accuses Media Agency Of Extorting Him Over Racial Slur

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British caver considering legal action after Elon Musk 'pedo' tweet

British caver considering legal action after Elon Musk 'pedo' tweet A British caver hailed a hero for helping to save the lives of 12 boys and their football coach trapped deep inside a Thai cave has said he may take action against Elon Musk after the billionaire entrepreneur called him a “pedo” online. The Tesla CEO lashed out on Sunday evening at Vernon Unsworth, 63, in an extraordinary tirade on Twitter after the cave diver scoffed at Mr Musk’s offer of a specialised miniature submarine to evacuate the boys through a twisted and dangerously flooded underground passageway. Mr Unsworth, who has mapped the Tham Luang cave network for years and who played a pivotal role in the daring rescue operation to dive the boys to safety dismissed the submarine idea as a “PR stunt” in an interview with CNN, quipping that the entrepreneur could stick the invention “where it hurts.” The Briton said that the six-foot submarine “wouldn’t have made the first 50 metres in the cave” as it was rigid and would not have gone round any corners or obstacles in the difficult terrain. His comments were not well-received by Mr Musk, who had travelled to Thailand last week at the height of the crisis to present his submarine to the rescue teams. In a stream of bizarre tweets Mr Musk first told his 22 million-strong Twitter following that he “never saw this British expat guy who lives in Thailand (sus) at any point when we were in the caves.” By “sus” Mr Musk was presumed to have meant “suspect”, implying that a British man living in Thailand is in itself dubious. Musk later deleted the tweets calling Unsworth a pedo Credit:  BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP He went on to dispute Mr Unsworth’s claim that the submarine concept was unworkable, arguing that he would produce a video to prove that the device would have reached the children. “Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it,” he said, without directly naming Mr Unsworth or providing any justification or explanation for the slur. Doubling down on his comments as criticisms rolled in, he said: “Bet ya a signed dollar it’s true.” The tweets have since been deleted and Musk has not responded to media requests for comment. Mr Unsworth told AFP on Monday he had not reviewed the tweets in full and had only heard about them. Asked if he would take legal action against the billionaire over the allegation, he said: "If it's what I think it is yes." The caver added that he would make a decision when he flies back to the UK this week, but said the episode with Musk "ain't finished". Mr Unsworth who lives close to the caves, in the city of Chiang Rai with his wife, was instrumental in forming the elite team of international divers who spearheaded a mission by the Thai Navy Seals to rescue the ‘Wild Boars’ football team who were sheltering in a dark cavern 2.5 miles inside the cave. When he  realised the scale of the problem facing Thai rescue teams, Mr Unsworth immediately called on British world-class divers John Volanthen, Rick Stanton and Robert Harper, who were the first to discover the emaciated boys ten days after they had gone missing. Musk released images of a device by SpaceX and The Boring Company designed to help in the Thai cave rescue bid Credit:  REUTERS The Brits were joined by specialists from Belgium, Scandinavia and Australia, including Dr Richard Harris, an anaesthetist tasked with assessing whether the boys were medically capable of making the life-threatening dive. The perilous mission was considered to be a last resort as looming monsoon rains threatened to flood the cave even further. Some divers have since admitted that they did not expect all of the boys, aged 11-16, to survive. It has now emerged that Dr Harris and Craig Challen, a retired vet and his diving buddy, were given diplomatic immunity ahead of the risky operation "in case something went wrong" , after negotiations between Australian and Thai government officials. "Doctor Richard Harris did his utmost on the medical mission he was responsible for, but if something went wrong he needed protection," Don Pramudwinai, the Thai Foreign Minister, said. "We provided this only to Dr. Richard Harris and two medical assistants. Only to the Australian medical team." All 12 boys and their coach, Ekapol Chanthawong, 25, beat the odds and survived. They are now recovering in hospital and are expected to be released on Thursday.


British caver considering legal action after Elon Musk 'pedo' tweet

British caver considering legal action after Elon Musk 'pedo' tweet A British caver hailed a hero for helping to save the lives of 12 boys and their football coach trapped deep inside a Thai cave has said he may take action against Elon Musk after the billionaire entrepreneur called him a “pedo” online. The Tesla CEO lashed out on Sunday evening at Vernon Unsworth, 63, in an extraordinary tirade on Twitter after the cave diver scoffed at Mr Musk’s offer of a specialised miniature submarine to evacuate the boys through a twisted and dangerously flooded underground passageway. Mr Unsworth, who has mapped the Tham Luang cave network for years and who played a pivotal role in the daring rescue operation to dive the boys to safety dismissed the submarine idea as a “PR stunt” in an interview with CNN, quipping that the entrepreneur could stick the invention “where it hurts.” The Briton said that the six-foot submarine “wouldn’t have made the first 50 metres in the cave” as it was rigid and would not have gone round any corners or obstacles in the difficult terrain. His comments were not well-received by Mr Musk, who had travelled to Thailand last week at the height of the crisis to present his submarine to the rescue teams. In a stream of bizarre tweets Mr Musk first told his 22 million-strong Twitter following that he “never saw this British expat guy who lives in Thailand (sus) at any point when we were in the caves.” By “sus” Mr Musk was presumed to have meant “suspect”, implying that a British man living in Thailand is in itself dubious. Musk later deleted the tweets calling Unsworth a pedo Credit:  BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP He went on to dispute Mr Unsworth’s claim that the submarine concept was unworkable, arguing that he would produce a video to prove that the device would have reached the children. “Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it,” he said, without directly naming Mr Unsworth or providing any justification or explanation for the slur. Doubling down on his comments as criticisms rolled in, he said: “Bet ya a signed dollar it’s true.” The tweets have since been deleted and Musk has not responded to media requests for comment. Mr Unsworth told AFP on Monday he had not reviewed the tweets in full and had only heard about them. Asked if he would take legal action against the billionaire over the allegation, he said: "If it's what I think it is yes." The caver added that he would make a decision when he flies back to the UK this week, but said the episode with Musk "ain't finished". Mr Unsworth who lives close to the caves, in the city of Chiang Rai with his wife, was instrumental in forming the elite team of international divers who spearheaded a mission by the Thai Navy Seals to rescue the ‘Wild Boars’ football team who were sheltering in a dark cavern 2.5 miles inside the cave. When he  realised the scale of the problem facing Thai rescue teams, Mr Unsworth immediately called on British world-class divers John Volanthen, Rick Stanton and Robert Harper, who were the first to discover the emaciated boys ten days after they had gone missing. Musk released images of a device by SpaceX and The Boring Company designed to help in the Thai cave rescue bid Credit:  REUTERS The Brits were joined by specialists from Belgium, Scandinavia and Australia, including Dr Richard Harris, an anaesthetist tasked with assessing whether the boys were medically capable of making the life-threatening dive. The perilous mission was considered to be a last resort as looming monsoon rains threatened to flood the cave even further. Some divers have since admitted that they did not expect all of the boys, aged 11-16, to survive. It has now emerged that Dr Harris and Craig Challen, a retired vet and his diving buddy, were given diplomatic immunity ahead of the risky operation "in case something went wrong" , after negotiations between Australian and Thai government officials. "Doctor Richard Harris did his utmost on the medical mission he was responsible for, but if something went wrong he needed protection," Don Pramudwinai, the Thai Foreign Minister, said. "We provided this only to Dr. Richard Harris and two medical assistants. Only to the Australian medical team." All 12 boys and their coach, Ekapol Chanthawong, 25, beat the odds and survived. They are now recovering in hospital and are expected to be released on Thursday.


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Delayed arraignment for suspect in Massachusetts police shooting

Delayed arraignment for suspect in Massachusetts police shooting A Massachusetts man suspected of killing a police officer and a bystander with the officer's pistol will not be formally charged on Monday because he is still recovering from wounds sustained during a gunfight with police, officials said. Suspect Emanuel Lopes, 20, was arrested early Sunday after police in Weymouth, Massachusetts, received a report of a person driving erratically. "The Norfolk District Attorney's Office has now been informed that Emanuel Lopes will not be medically available for arraignment today," David Traub, a spokesman for the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office, said in a statement.


Delayed arraignment for suspect in Massachusetts police shooting

Delayed arraignment for suspect in Massachusetts police shooting A Massachusetts man suspected of killing a police officer and a bystander with the officer's pistol will not be formally charged on Monday because he is still recovering from wounds sustained during a gunfight with police, officials said. Suspect Emanuel Lopes, 20, was arrested early Sunday after police in Weymouth, Massachusetts, received a report of a person driving erratically. "The Norfolk District Attorney's Office has now been informed that Emanuel Lopes will not be medically available for arraignment today," David Traub, a spokesman for the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office, said in a statement.


Delayed arraignment for suspect in Massachusetts police shooting

Delayed arraignment for suspect in Massachusetts police shooting A Massachusetts man suspected of killing a police officer and a bystander with the officer's pistol will not be formally charged on Monday because he is still recovering from wounds sustained during a gunfight with police, officials said. Suspect Emanuel Lopes, 20, was arrested early Sunday after police in Weymouth, Massachusetts, received a report of a person driving erratically. "The Norfolk District Attorney's Office has now been informed that Emanuel Lopes will not be medically available for arraignment today," David Traub, a spokesman for the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office, said in a statement.


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Trending: Trump and Putin at the #TreasonSummit

Trending: Trump and Putin at the #TreasonSummit At the conclusion of President Trump's extraordinary joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, critical reaction flooded in from members of the media, political analysts and government officials, but none resonated more than that of CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.