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Lava flows cut off access to more Hawaii neighborhoods

HONOLULU –  A lava flow from the erupting Kilauea volcano has cut off access to Kapoho and Vacationland on Hawaii’s Big Island, officials said Saturday. The Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency also said vigorous lava eruptions are continuing in Leilani Estates and Lanipuna Gardens. The volcano began erupting on May …

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Pedro Sánchez is sworn in as Spain's new prime minister

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPedro Sánchez took the oath alongside King Felipe VI, promising to fufil his duties “with conscience and honour” Spanish Socialist Pedro Sánchez has been sworn in as the country’s new prime minister by King Felipe after the ousting of conservative Mariano Rajoy. …

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Diamondbacks go for another win against Marlins

Clay Buchholz never thought his career was over, even after a surgery in which four hooks were screwed into the bone in his right arm to anchor a loose flexor tendon. “It felt just about how it sounds,” Buchholz said. “It feels good now.” Buchholz went a season-high seven innings …

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On the menu: Buffett lunch for $3.3m

An anonymous auction bidder has pledged $3.3m (£2.5m) to have lunch with the billionaire investor Warren Buffett. The 87-year-old chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc – who earlier this year placed third on the latest Forbes rich list – has been offering the exclusive meal for the past 19 years to …

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Robbie Williams Has Gone 'Vegan' After Health Scare

‘He’s vegan-ish now. I don’t think you can have hamburgers if you’re vegan!’ his wife Ayda Field reveals. AceShowbiz – Robbie Williams has overhauled his diet following a health scare last year (17). The pop star’s wife Ayda Field has revealed the singer has become “vegan-ish” after abnormalities were found …

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US accuses China of 'intimidation' in South China Sea

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has said China’s military buildup in the South China Sea and its deployment of high-end weapons systems in the disputed waterway is designed to intimidate and coerce neighbours. Speaking at a high-profile security summit in Singapore, the Pentagon chief also said the US military continues …

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U.S. tariff response swift and critical

June 1 (UPI) — Tariffs on imported aluminum and steel run counter to the U.S. president’s strategy of achieving global energy dominance, an oil and gas trade group said. At midnight, the U.S. government reinstated a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports. …

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