President Trump said that people who enter the United States illegally should be sent back immediately to where they came from with "no judges or court cases," likening them to invaders who are trying to "break into" the country.
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North Korea says to ignore Japan until it scraps military drills, other measures
North Korea will continue to ignore Japan unless Tokyo halts hostilities against its neighbor, such as large-scale military drills and efforts to boost military readiness, the isolated nation's state media said on Monday.
Merkel presses over migration as 'European solution' fails
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday she would seek direct deals with separate European Union states on migration, conceding the bloc had failed to find a joint solution to the issue threatening her government.
Russia hopes to discuss Syria with Bolton in Moscow: RIA
Russian officials hope to discuss the situation in Syria with U.S. national security adviser John Bolton during his visit to Moscow, RIA news agency citied Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov as saying on Monday.
Uber battles to keep London license in court appeal
Uber goes to court on Monday to overturn a decision stripping it of its license in London after being ruled unfit to run a taxi service in its most important European market.
Trade worries hit world stocks, oil gives back gains
World shares fell on Monday, dented by worries over a worsening trade dispute between the United States and other major economies, while oil prices gave up some of the gains made after major exporters agreed a modest production increase.
When a text can trigger a lynching: WhatsApp struggles with incendiary messages in India
A WhatsApp text circulating in some districts of India's central Madhya Pradesh state helped to inflame a mob of 50-60 villagers into savagely beating up two innocent men last week on suspicion that they were going to murder people and sell their body parts.
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