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1.President Donald Trump said Friday Iran is responsible for crippling two tankers in the Gulf of Amman raising concerns of a deepening conflict between Washington and Tehran.Speaking in an interview on FOX news President Trump said the US military had video of Iran's revolutionary guards removing an unexploded mine from one of the damaged ship:"Iran did do it, you know they did it because you saw the boat, you know I guess one of the mines did not explode and it's probably got essentially Iran written all over it. Later Friday acting Secretary of Defense Han said the United States is trying build an international consensus on the attacks."We had a big push in the last 24 hours to continue to get information, you continue to share intelligence, you continue to see as work to do as part of building the international consensus. "Britain's Foreign Secretary J said Friday "The attack violates international norms and he called on Iran to stop what he called all destabilizing activities." "

2.Outraged President Donald Trump appears to be walking back his comments about he will do if a foreign power offered him dirt on a political opponent.AP's Mike has details :
"The President says of course he looked the information,"Because if you don't look at, you can not know it's bad, how can you know it's bad. " Earlier this week he told ABC he would necessary tell law enforcement, this morning on Fox in France "Of course you gave it to the FBI or reported it to the Attorney General or somebody like that." Democrats had blasted the President's earlier comments saying he was offering an inviting more election interference next year. M Washington.""

3.The lineups have been set for the first two Democratic presidential debates later this month,AP's Ben Thomas has the breakdown:
"The first debate June 26th is headlined by Senators L and K along with former congressman B ,Washington governor J,former housing and urban development secretary H , New York city mayor B , former congressman J and current members of congress T and T. Night two has former vice president J slotted against senator B,K,K and Michael, congressman S   software engineer P ,former K governor J , and M an enterpreneur. Each debate is set for two hours will be held in Miami."

4.A World Health Organization adviser panel decided on Saturday not to declare an international public health emergency over the Ebola outbreak in Congo and Uganda. Doctor P of the WHO said the outbreak is localized enough, an international declaration was not necessary. "It was a view of the committee that the outbreak is held an emergency in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the region but it does not meet all the three criteria for a public health emergency of an international concern. " Authorities in Uganda where two members of one family died this week from the disease have grown up a list of 98 contacts or contacts of contacts potentially exposed to the Ebola virus. A WHO expert told the news conference in Geneva that only 10 of those contacts are considered high risk, the previous figure was 27.

5.China's Vice Foreign Minister L, summoned Robert , the deputy chief of mission of the US embassy in Beijing  to protest remarks by Washington about Hongkong's controversial extradition bill. L said China did not accept foreign forces meddling in Hongkong affair. He called on the United States to immediately stop all interference in Hongkong's affairs and stop taking action that will affect the prosperity and stability of Hongkong. About one million people took to the streets of Hongkong in protest an extradition law that will send defendants to mainland China for trial.The protests turned violent earlier this week when police clashed with demonstrators outside the Hongkong legislature.

6.An Israeli jet hit Hamas bases in Gaza Friday to response to a rocket fire into southern Israel that damaged a Jewish theological seminary. Neither side is reporting any casualties.  
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