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Ivanka Trump ordered to testify in dispute with shoe company

Ivanka must testify at shoe trialIvanka Trump must testify in a dispute with an Italian shoemaker over one of her company’s shoe designs, a judge said Friday.

U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest rejected a request by the senior White House aide’s lawyers that she be blocked from submitting to a deposition in the trademark infringement lawsuit brought by Aquazzura Italia SRL against her and her company IT Collection LLC.

The Florence, Italy-based company sued President Donald Trump’s daughter last year, saying her Hettie shoe was a “virtually identical” knockoff of its popular Wild Thing Shoe, including nearly the same color, shape and tassel on the heel. Its lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.

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Tornado damaged at least 10 jets as it tore through Offutt Air Force Base

Tornado damages air force planesLast week’s EF1 tornado knocked out half of the Pentagon’s fleet of four E-4B Nightwatch aircraft — popularly known as the “Doomsday” plane — when the twister hopscotched through Offutt Air Force Base, Air Force officials said Friday.

The June 16 tornado also damaged eight of the 55th Wing’s fleet of 29 RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft, which fly critical surveillance missions in the Middle East, the western Pacific and the Far East. Seven of the RC-135s sustained only minor damage, said Drew Nystrom, a 55th Wing spokesman, and six have been repaired and returned to “mission-capable” status.

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Cyberattack Hits U.K. Parliament, Limits MPs' Email Access

UK Parliament hit with cyber attackA cyberattack disabled some of the U.K. Parliament’s communications on Saturday, disrupting the ability of lawmakers to access their email, a House of Commons spokeswoman said.

In order to stop the attack from spreading, the government blocked members of Parliament from accessing their official email accounts from outside official buildings, she said. Computers within Parliament’s buildings are working normally, according to her statement.

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No contracts awarded in bid for Trump’s border wall: report

No contracts awarded for Trum wallDespite President Trump’s push to build a wall along the southern border of the United States, no contracts have been awarded to construction firms and construction has yet to begin.

Homeland Security had planned to begin construction on four to eight 30-foot tall prototypes Thursday near San Diego, according to a Friday report in the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Citing LGBT discrimination, California bans state travel to Kentucky and three other states

California bans state funded travel to 4 statesCalifornia's attorney general blocked state-funded travel to Kentucky and three other states on Thursday in response to what he considers anti-LGBT rights laws enacted this year.

Chris Hartman, the director of Louisville's Fairness Campaign, said that the bill the California AG is retaliating against, Senate Bill 17, could have indirect repercussions on the LGBT community in one of the nation's more gay-friendly cities.

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German parliament throws out thousands of anti-gay convictions

German parliament throws out anti-gay convictionsGermany's parliament this week approved an annulment of thousands of criminal convictions under the nation's former anti-gay law and issued compensation to convicted men.

The law criminalizing sex between men existed in Germany under various forms from 1871 to 1994. Parliament members voted Thursday to throw out convictions affecting about 50,000 men since World War II.

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Yemen to probe alleged interrogation abuses by UAE, US

Yemen charges US and UAE with tortureYemen's internationally-recognized government on Saturday ordered the creation of a committee to investigate allegations of human rights violations, following reports that U.S. military interrogators worked with forces from the United Arab Emirates who are accused of torturing detainees in Yemen.

A copy of the order issued by Prime Minister Ahmed Obaid bin Daghr was obtained by The Associated Press. It said the investigation would focus on areas liberated by government forces from Shiite rebels known as the Houthis and their allies.

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Five dead, 120 missing in landslide in Sichuan's Maoxin

China landslideAt least five people have been found dead and over 120 remain missing hours after a massive landslide buried a mountain village in southwest China.

State media had earlier reported that 141 people may have been buried but did not explain why the figure had been revised downwards.

The landslide hit the village of Xinmo, in Maoxin county of Sichuan province, at about 6am local time on Saturday (22:00 GMT Friday), the agency reports said.

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Utah's Brian Head wildfire torches more homes as residents flee

Utah fires causes more to fleeA wildfire menacing the southern Utah ski town of Brian Head for nearly a week flared again, doubling in size for the second night in a row and torching more homes after residents fled the flames, officials said Friday.

The blaze was one of several burning in the U.S. West as extreme heat challenges firefighters.  The Utah fire that's charred 51.5 square miles near the town of Brian Head has destroyed a total of 13 homes, Forest Service spokeswoman Cigi Burton said.

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