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U.S. threatens to withdraw from U.N. Human Rights Council
Nikki HaleyJune 6, 2017 ET
Though the United States' membership on the United Nations Human Rights Council doesn't run out for another two years, the Trump administration said Tuesday it might leave early.
Woodstock site added to National Register of Historic Places
WoodstockJune 6, 2017 ET
The site of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, has officially been placed on the State and National Register of Historic Places.
After months of heat monsoon to bring rain to India
India heatJune 6, 2017 ET
After months of sweltering heat, relief is finally arriving as monsoon rain spreads across southern India.
Uruguay flooding displaces nearly 3,500 people
Uruguay floodingJune 6, 2017 ET
Uruguay's National Emergency System, or SINAE, said nearly 3,500 people are displaced after heavy rains caused flooding in the northern part of the country.
59% of Americans oppose plan to withdraw from Paris accord
America polluted cityJune 6, 2017 ET
An ABC News/Washington Post poll found that 59 percent of Americans oppose President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate change agreement.
UK PM May's Conservatives on course for bigger majority
Theresa MayJune 6, 2017 ET
British Prime Minister Theresa May looks on course to increase her parliamentary majority in Thursday's election, an opinion poll showed on Tuesday, shortly after another survey suggested the race with the opposition Labor Party was neck and neck.
22,000 pounds of beef recalled amid E. coli fears
Creation GardensJune 6, 2017 ET
More than 22,000 pounds of beef are being recalled due to possible E. coli contamination, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced.
Governor Brown says threat of climate change more dangerous than fascism
America pollutedJune 6, 2017 ET
California governor Jerry Brown said that the threat of climate change could be more dangerous than that of fascism during World War Two.
Terrorism becomes battleground between May, Corbyn
Jeremy CorbynJune 6, 2017 ET
Terrorism and cuts in police budgets dominated electioneering as party leaders resumed campaigning following the weekend attack on London Bridge.
Real Madrid becomes football’s most powerful brand
Real MadridJune 6, 2017 ET
Valuation and strategy consultancy Brand Finance conducts an annual study, calculating the power and value of the world’s leading football club brands.
Calls for Trump state visit to be cancelled after London attack tweets
Donald TrumpJune 6, 2017 ET
London mayor Sadiq Khan has called for U.S. President Donald Trump's state visit to the UK to be cancelled after a series of tweets related to the weekend attack in the capital.
Czech not to accept any refugee based on EU quotas
Milan ChovanecJune 6, 2017 ET
Czech Interior Minister Milan Chovanec said that the Czech Republic will not accept any further refugees from Italy and Greece based on the EU redistribution quotas.
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