Tillerson: Diplomacy With North Korea Will Continue 'Until The First Bomb Drops'
Kasich: 'I Just Don't Think There's Any Policy Here' on Health, International Allies and Trade
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Terrifying Body Cam Footage Shows Deputy Driving Through Raging California Wildfire
Photos show the true toll of California wildfires on firefighters
California's firefighters have been struggling for a week now to put out the wildfires which have swept through the state. Images of exhausted firefighters sleeping on the ground, using rocks as pillows and facing raging fires have been widely shared as the blazes take their toll. More than 100,000 people have been displaced in what California?s governor, Jerry Brown, has described as ?one of the greatest tragedies? to ever affect the state, according to the BBC.
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Kurds block Iraqi forces' access to Kirkuk oil fields; Iran shuts border crossings
By Maher Chmaytelli BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Kurdish Peshmerga fighters rejected a warning from an Iraqi paramilitary force to withdraw from a strategic junction south of Kirkuk, which controls access to some of the region's main oilfields, a Kurdish security official said on Sunday. Iran meanwhile shut its border crossings with Iraq's Kurdistan in support of measures taken by the Iraqi government to isolate the Kurdish region, the Iraqi foreign ministry said. The border closing came as an Iranian military official arrived in Iraq's Kurdistan for talks on the growing crisis between the Kurdish authorities and the Iraqi government following last month's Kurdish independence referendum.
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Venezuela faces more isolation, sanctions after contested vote
The United States condemned closely watched regional elections in Venezuela as neither free nor fair Monday, as European countries weighed imposing sanctions, leaving President Nicolas Maduro increasingly isolated after declaring a landslide win. Maduro's opponents cried foul after official results said his socialist party won governorships in 17 of the troubled oil producer's 23 states in Sunday's elections, defying opinion polls. Experts said Venezuela's punishing political and economic crisis will only deepen.