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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu defends deadly response to Gaza protests

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu defends deadly response to Gaza protests


When pressed about whether Israeli forces went too far, Netanyahu said he didn't know of "any army" that would do anything differently.

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When asked if he thought Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. election, President Trump responded: "I don't see any reason why it would be (Russia)."

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In a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump blamed both countries for a breakdown in U.S.-Russia relations.

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Amazon workers strike in Germany, Spain and Poland to coincide with #PrimeDay2018.

.@TerryMoran to @GStephanopoulos on Trump-Putin presser: "I think we are witnessing a fundamental shift in American foreign policy towards the Kremlin."

NEW: Former CIA Director John Brennan calls Pres. Trump's joint presser with Vladimir Putin "nothing short of treasonous."

China has filed a case with the World Trade Organization over U.S. tariffs. China says the tariffs are illegal attempts at protectionism.

Pres. Trump on Russia meddling into U.S. election: "Pres. Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today, and what he did is an incredible offer—he offered to have the people working on the case come and work with their investigators."

Pres. Trump, in joint presser with Vladimir Putin: "What happened to Hillary Clinton's emails? 33,000 emails gone, just gone. I think in Russia they wouldn't be gone so easily."

Reporter: Did you want President Trump to win the election?

President Putin: "Yes I did. Yes I did. Because he talked about bringing the US-Russia relationship back to normal."

HELSINKI (AP) -- Disputing US intelligence community, Trump says `I don't see any reason why' Russia would interfere in 2016 election.

Pres. Trump says intelligence community believes Russia was behind 2016 election interference, but Pres. Putin says Russia was not.

"I don't see any reason why it would be...I have confidence in both parties."

Russian Pres. Putin says he "will look into" 12 Russian intel officers indicted last week for alleged hacking effort in 2016 election, and that he will allow special counsel Mueller's team into Russia to witness interrogations.

Hundreds of volunteers and local residents attend Buddhist cleansing ceremony outside Thailand cave from which 12 boys and their soccer coach were rescued.

The ritual is conducted in hope of appeasing the guardian spirit of the forest and the mountain.

HELSINKI (AP) -- Putin offers to interrogate 12 named in US indictments but calls claims of collusion with Trump campaign `nonsense'

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