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13 June 2018

Bing’s Propaganda

Trending on Bing

Names biggest US enemy

Selfie leads to death

Idaho child has plague

Quits over headscarf

Abortion vote in Arg.

Tapes solve mystery

Congressman collapses

Changes adulthood age

Reveals Beyonce biter

Brothel owner wins

‘Dead’ man returns

Wows ‘AGT’ judges

Link with dementia

Denies assault claim

Car industry ‘extinct’

Faces defamation suit

Mars rover goes silent

‘Dumbo’ reboot trailer

‘Grateful to be alive’

Ranked-choice voting

North America bid wins

‘Jogger Joe’ arrested

Assault on Yemen port

Bourdain show extended

Clinton novel a hit

Guess co-founder quits

Disarmament by 2021

Car kiss causes drama

A mayoral first for SF

Spain fires manager

End of NK nuke threat?

Ice loss triples

ESPYs honor Parkland

‘Donut Boy’ gifts cops

Offers $65M for Fox

Fed raises rates

Western wildfires

Addresses So. Baptists

3 infant planets found

Likely to cooperate

Kudlow discharged

Fined $1.2B by Germany

Probing reporter

Eases transfer rules

Planning to exit WH?

Georgia’s PM resigns

Bud weakens

Google’s Propaganda

World

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Yemen war: Fighting rages over vital port of Hudaydah

BBC News

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Republicans buck Trump on Korea troop pullout talk

Politico

OMAR HAJ KADOUR/AFP/Getty Images

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North Korea's missile stands are essentially large blocks of concrete and steel designed to hold rocket engines in place during test firing.

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Key moments from the Trump-Kim summit

When Trump met Kim

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North Korea's Kim Jong Un and President Trump met for the first time in Singapore June 12, here's what the summit looked and sounded like in about two minutes.

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Trump’s Canada Feud Signals Weakness, Not Strength

National Review

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‘My position is final and I will not yield to any pressure, blackmail or threats. I will not support or sign such a damaging agreement,’ said Macedonian president Gjorge Ivanov.

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Migrants wait to disembark from the rescue ship Aquarius in the Sicilian harbor of Catania, Italy, on May 27. This past weekend the ship picked up more migrants, but was turned away from ports in Sicily and the nearby country of Malta. Now it will head for Spain instead.

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A Russian politician has warned Russian women not to have sex with non-white foreign men during the football World Cup.

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JASON LEE/ REUTERS

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Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a veteran leftist, is running for president once again. Polls put his lead well into the double digits ahead of his nearest rival. Mexico's election is July 1.

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The lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh with her husband and children in Tehran in 2013, after her release from a previous spell in prison. She has become an international symbol of resistance to restrictive rule in Iran.

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Former Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili waits for protesters to let him make a statement during a rally in front of the parliament building in Tbilisi, Georgia, May 31, 2018. [Irakli Gedenidze/Reuters]

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Iranians are suffering from a faltering economy, rising prices and the restoration of old sanctions.

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Syrian refugee children play outside their family tents at a camp in the eastern city of Baalbek, Lebanon, Tuesday, June 20, 2017. [Bilal Hussein/AP]

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According to India's Ministry of Home Affairs, 1,250 ceasefire violations have been recorded in the first five months of this year [Channi Anand/The Associated Press]
Two tourists fell to their death in a popular tourist town in Portugal after apparently taking a selfie, reports say.

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