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North Korea denies torturing Otto Warmbier during detention

As the United States urges China to exert great pressure on North Korea , U.S. spy satellites have detected new activity around the regime's known nuclear test site, leading to speculation Pyongyang may be getting ready to conduct yet another round of missile tests.


Federal Judge Blocks Deportation of Metro Detroit Iraqis

Federal Judge Blocks Deportation of Metro Detroit Iraqis

In a statement after today's decision, the Detroit office of ICE said: "ICE is now reviewing the judge's order". "The agency intends to comply with the terms of the order, while determining the appropriate next steps", Walls said via email.



Uber Wants Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg as CEO

That leaves investors. Kalanick had good reason to think he could count on the support of Uber's shareholders: He owns the biggest individual stake and controls a majority of the super-voting shares, making his grip on the board of directors hard to loosen.



Russian Federation vs New Zealand Preview, Face-Off: FIFA Confederations Cup

The eight-team tournament, considered a test run for FIFA's more prestigious World Cup which takes place in Russian Federation next year, begins with the hosts squaring off against New Zealand in St. "This is what we do all of the hard work for", Wood told FIFA.com ahead of the Russian Federation match. An own-goal from Michael Boxall and Fedor Smolov's second-half strike sealed all three points for new coach Stanislav Cherchesov's side as the tournament hosts impressed at the Krestovsky ...



Crude oil supply growth to outpace rise in consumption in 2018 - IEA

Data from the American Petroleum Institute showed on Tuesday that USA crude stocks rose by 2.8 million barrels in the week to June 9 to 511.4 million, compared with expectations for a decrease of 2.7 million barrels. The move is meant to drain the market of excess supply. New non-OPEC output next year will be more than enough to meet demand growth, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday in its first forecast for 2018.