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Caps Fans Sing ‘We Are The Champions’ at National Mall Homecoming

Washington Capital fans bellowed out Queen’s ‘We Are The Champions’ during the team’s Stanley Cup homecoming parade on the National Mall on June 12. Washington DC-based sports entertainment website The Team 980 shared a clip on Twitter showing thousands of Capitals fans singing the classic hit in unison while they waited for the team to arrive. The Capitals defeated the ...

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Colorado’s 416 Fire Grows to More Than 22,000 Acres

The 416 fire in southwestern Colorado grew to 22,131 acres and was 10-percent contained by Monday, June 11. The fire was almost 17,000 acres on the morning of June 10. Over 2,000 homes have been evacuated due to the fire, according to local news reports, and no homes were damaged or lost as of Monday. Credit: Jasmine Mayberry Photography via ...

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Hurricane Bud Churns in Pacific Off Mexico’s West Coast

Hurricane Bud was upgraded to a Category 3 storm on Monday, June 11, as it churned up Pacific waters off Mexico’s west coast. The storm was expected to weaken slowly over the next few days before impacting the Baja Peninsula later in the week, according to the National Weather Service. Credit: CIRA/RAMMB/NOAA via Storyful Click here to Read from the ...

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King Jong Un Seen in Singapore Ahead of Summit With Trump

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was seen sight seeing on Monday, June 11, in Singapore ahead of a summit on Tuesday, June 12, which will be attended by US president, Donald Trump, giving way for a historic meeting of the two world figures. Yesterday Kim Jong Un met with Singpore’s prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong. Credit: Nathan Mete via ...

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Fadil Vokrri, Kosovo Football Federation’s President, Honored During Funeral Service

Fadil Vokrri, Kosovo Football Federation’s President, Honored During Funeral Service1:11 Fadil Vokrri, Kosovo Football Federation’s president, was laid to rest on Sunday, June 10, in Pristina, Kosovo. Vokrri, 57, died of a heart attack on June 8, and Sunday was declared a national day of mourning for the football star. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty via Storyful Click here to ...

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Petaluma High School Valedictorian’s Speech was Censored; Here it is in it’s Entirety

Petaluma High School Valedictorian’s Speech was Censored; Here it is in it’s Entirety4:11 Lulabel Seitz, the 2018 valedictorian at Petaluma High School in California, was interrupted during her speech on June 2 when administrators cut her microphone. She was speaking about sexual assault, which was not approved prior to graduation. Seitz posted a video to YouTube documenting what happened during ...

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Kilauea’s Fissure 8 Lava Flows Into Sea, Creating New Land

Lava continued to flow into the sea in Hawaii’s Puna district on Sunday, June 10, and had already created a 200-acre delta. Fissure 8 continued to spout lava up to 200 feet into the air. Earthquakes rumbled through the island as the lava flowed, with the most recent one on Saturday morning. Ash also kept rising from the summit crater. ...

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Crowds Chant Jailed Far-Right Activist Tommy Robinson’s Name at Rally in London

Crowds Chant Jailed Far-Right Activist Tommy Robinson’s Name at Rally in London0:08 Thousands of people rallied outside Downing Street in London on Saturday, June 9, in support of the jailed far-right activist Tommy Robinson, with some scuffles reported shortly after the rally began. This video shows the scene from the stage, where speakers including far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders were ...

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Thousands Gather in Support of Jailed Far-Right Activist Tommy Robinson in London

Thousands Gather in Support of Jailed Far-Right Activist Tommy Robinson in London0:43 Thousands of people rallied outside Downing Street in London on Saturday, June 9, in support of the jailed far-right activist Tommy Robinson, with some scuffles reported shortly after the rally began. This video, from right-wing Belgian politician Sam van Rooy, shows the scene. Credit: Sam van Rooy via ...

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Protesters in Seoul Demand Fair Investigations Into Digital Sex Crimes

Thousands of protesters gathered in Seoul, South Korea, on June 9, to demand police fairly investigate sex crimes involving hidden cameras. The demonstrators dressed in red for the rally in Hyehwa to protest “biased investigations” into cases where women were covertly filmed, local reports said. Credit: suji0608cntradction via Storyful Click here to Read from the source

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