• French President Macron says Paris climate agreement irreversible
French President Macron says Paris climate agreement irreversible

Watkins said part of Trump's resilience is his ability to turn around. "We lost a lot of time when the USA did not join the rest of the community then", he said. "He's remembering who brought him to the dance". EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt repeatedly refused on Friday to answer direct yes-or-no questions as to whether President Trump still ...

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  • Ariana Grande to perform at benefit concert for Manchester
Ariana Grande to perform at benefit concert for Manchester

The 23-year-old artist also shared that she'll host a benefit concert for the victims' families. On Wednesday, Grande's management team confirmed to USA TODAY that she was canceling shows through June 5 and resuming the tour in Paris on June 7.

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  • British media avoid naming London attackers, but publish descriptions
British media avoid naming London attackers, but publish descriptions

May faced a barrage of questions Monday on deep cuts made to police numbers in the United Kingdom while she was Home Secretary. Trump removed this context, however, giving off the assumption that Khan had suggested Saturday night's attack, which left seven people dead and many more injured , was not worth being alarmed about.

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  • London Fortifies Bridges to Protect Pedestrians From Attack
London Fortifies Bridges to Protect Pedestrians From Attack

And yesterday, a photographer captured a detective carrying secret notes which appeared to suggest a man embroiled in the investigation had been quizzed by police past year. She said police know the identity of the three attackers but will not release them yet because of the ongoing investigation. It provided a kaleidoscope of London's diversity,...

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  • Isolated US Lashes Out at Climate Critics
Isolated US Lashes Out at Climate Critics

In what could herald a tilt away from trans-Atlantic ties, European and Chinese officials joined to affirm their commitment to the Paris agreement , widely considered a landmark deal for bringing together nearly all countries under a common goal.

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  • Putin: 'I didn't even really talk' to Flynn at 2015 dinner
Putin: 'I didn't even really talk' to Flynn at 2015 dinner

In a discussion moderated by Kelly on Friday, Putin said it was "nuts" to suggest the Trump administration had moved to ease economic sanctions on Russian Federation. Flynn is now a subject of an ongoing Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into Russian meddling in the USA election, and whether there were inappropriate ties between Trump's a...

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  • Armenia Proposes Tobacco Control Laws, Seeks to Ban Public Smoking
Armenia Proposes Tobacco Control Laws, Seeks to Ban Public Smoking

Sixty percent of Chinese smokers were unaware that cigarettes can lead to strokes and nearly 40 percent weren't aware that smoking causes heart disease, according to the study , which was released on World No Tobacco Day , when the World Health Organization and others highlight health risks associated with tobacco use.

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  • Corbyn challenges May to explain 'dementia tax' impact
Corbyn challenges May to explain 'dementia tax' impact

May defended her failure to set out additional details, even though the policy is blamed for reducing the Conservatives' lead in the polls in the past fortnight. May said the government had "had to take some hard choices across the public sector" to curb spending and reduce the country's deficit, as there was "no magic money tree".

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  • Vladimir Putin hits back about claims over Donald Trump and US election
Vladimir Putin hits back about claims over Donald Trump and US election

Earlier this month, Vladimir Putin told news agencies that Russian Federation had never engaged in hacking another country's elections. In fact, he said that USA hackers could have been the ones to frame Russian Federation. Putin said he had talked about the allegations with former President Barack Obama and with several other officials, addi...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn calls on Theresa May to resign over police cuts
Jeremy Corbyn calls on Theresa May to resign over police cuts

According to the Scotland Yard, one of the terrorists carried Irish identity card. Just eight minutes after being called to the scene during Saturday's attack at London Bridge - in which seven were killed and 48 injured - all three plotters had been shot by armed police.

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  • Tillerson backs United States to cut emissions
Tillerson backs United States to cut emissions

Ahead of Trump's announcement Thursday, other top CEOs in the US urged the president not to withdraw the USA from the Paris agreement , including Apple CEO Tim Cook and Exxon CEO Darren Woods . Gore said at the time the Clinton White House agreed with that position and it became the policy of the United States for the entire period the Kyoto ...

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  • Bloomberg Pledges $15 Million To Help Prop Up Battered Paris Climate Deal
Bloomberg Pledges $15 Million To Help Prop Up Battered Paris Climate Deal

Leaders across the world have expressed their dismay and disgust at Trump's decision , and some - like France's new president, Emmanuel Macron - have addressed themselves directly to the American people, promising that the crucial fight to save our planet doesn't need Trump's stamp of approval to continue.

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  • Leo Varadkar picked to become Ireland's new PM: party
Leo Varadkar picked to become Ireland's new PM: party

Leo Varadkar arrives at the count centre as it is announced that he won the Fine Gael parliamentary elections to replace the Irish prime minister as party leader. Kenny offered Varadkar his full support and commended Coveney for a strong campaign, which drew support from grassroots members of the party. Mr Kenny said he would provide a "brief ...

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  • Pakistan PM Sharif to attend historical SCO Summit in Astana
Pakistan PM Sharif to attend historical SCO Summit in Astana

India and Pakistan were previously observers, along with Afghanistan, Belarus, Iran and Mongolia. "Maybe someday you (Pakistani and Indian journalists) sit closer to each other", she said , referring to press members gathered for the briefing.

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  • Trump accuses London Mayor Khan of 'pathetic excuse' over attack statement
Trump accuses London Mayor Khan of 'pathetic excuse' over attack statement

Rachid Redouane , 30...had claimed to be Moroccan and Libyan. Khan, who was elected mayor of London in 2016, had said in a statement following the attack , "Londoners will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days".

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  • London held a vigil near the epicentre of Saturday's terrorist attacks
London held a vigil near the epicentre of Saturday's terrorist attacks

He is expected to survive. " London stands in defiance against this cowardly attack on our city, our people, our values and our way of life". As the investigation continued, armed officers carried out two separate raids on Monday morning, one in Newham and another in Barking.

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  • Unidentified object flies over North Korean border
Unidentified object flies over North Korean border

North Korea claimed that it was a new type of rocket capable of carrying a large nuclear warhead. The ground-to-ground missile reportedly flew some 500 kilometers (310 miles) before falling into the Sea of Japan short of reaching Japan's exclusive economic zone.

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  • Report auto hits pedestrians on London Bridge, some said hurt
Report auto hits pedestrians on London Bridge, some said hurt

The area of the town occupied by the militants had shrunk to less than 10 per cent, military spokesman Brigadier General Restituto Padilla told a news conference, adding that the army was pressing on to meet Mr Duterte's deadline but it was not easy.

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  • Christy Clark Won't Go Down Without A Fight
Christy Clark Won't Go Down Without A Fight

Looking through the power sharing agreement between B.C.'s two ambitious opposition parties, it's hard to see what the three-member B.C. Greens gain in supporting the 41-member B.C. But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is standing by his government's decision to approve the project. "We will continue to do what we have done all the way, which is sta...

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  • The Trump-Russia story - in 198 words
The Trump-Russia story - in 198 words

A lawyer for Kushner insisted that the art collection was "for decorative purposes" only. The lawmakers cited a May 12 Reuters report that a Chinese immigration agency promoting the Kushner Companies project had touted Kushner's White House connections to assure potential investors that the One Journal Square project would succeed and inves...

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  • London Bridge Attack: Canadian Christine Archibald Is 1st Victim Identified
London Bridge Attack: Canadian Christine Archibald Is 1st Victim Identified

Britain's most senior police officer Cressida Dick said police resourcing needed to be revised. May has said counter-terrorism budgets have been protected and the police were given the powers they need. "Evil, evil people", he told The Guardian newspaper. Hours earlier, the area packed with bars and restaurants around the foodie magnet of Bo...

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  • Jeremy Paxman returns to pugilistic style in May v Corbyn battle
Jeremy Paxman returns to pugilistic style in May v Corbyn battle

But there was one man in the studio audience who thought Mrs May did so well that she deserved a standing ovation. Perhaps the most expected of the interviews this General Election has finally arrived, because the two people with the best chance of becoming Prime Minister face perhaps their biggest challenge: Jeremy Paxman .

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  • Five killed in Florida workplace shooting
Five killed in Florida workplace shooting

Neumann Jr., who was honorably discharged from the Army in 1999, re-loaded his semi-automatic pistol at least once during the shooting spree, Demings said . McIntyre is safe with police now but she called her sister during the shooting, and she was very upset. " My boss is dead ", Adams said. Gomez says the woman ran across the street, calling...

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  • Gordon Brown urges Fifers to vote Labour to stop the SNP
Gordon Brown urges Fifers to vote Labour to stop the SNP

She is campaigning in Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East, Argyll and Bute, North Ayrshire, Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock, Dumfries and Galloway and Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale. "Instead of campaigning for better standards in our schools and hospitals, once again the nationalists have taken to the streets to campaign for another divi...

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  • Corbyn cuts Tories' poll lead again
Corbyn cuts Tories' poll lead again

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn fared even worse in the poll, with 47% of those polled holding a negative view of him, versus 32% with a positive view. Mrs May maintained she was not now regretting calling election in the face of a narrowing lead over Labour in the polls. When May announced the snap election in mid-April, analysts suggest...

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  • SpongeBob SquarePants heading to Broadway
SpongeBob SquarePants heading to Broadway

And yes, it's easy to roll your eyes at the idea that someone is making a SpongeBob SquarePants musical: Aren't there any original ideas anymore? SpongeBob SquarePants is making the move from his pineapple under the sea to the Great White Way, in a new musical set to open at Broadway's Palace Theatre on December 4.

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  • Police name 2 suspects of London Bridge attack
Police name 2 suspects of London Bridge attack

Meanwhile, crowds gathered by London's beloved Tower Bridge on Monday - many Muslims among them - to grieve for the victims of the city's second jihadist attack in three months. "Over the last seven years, we as a city have lost 600 million pounds ($775 million) from our budget", he said. Tisdall said her phone went wild after news of the murde...

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  • Cuomo: NY state will keep Affordable Care Act protections
Cuomo: NY state will keep Affordable Care Act protections

Cuomo said. Republican President Donald Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress have promised to replace the Affordable Care Act enacted under former President Barack Obama, a Democrat. Nebraska residents seeking insurance not connected to an employer or government-sponsored plan might not have options for ACA-compliant insurance if Medica pull...

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  • US energy secretary challenges China to be leader on climate
US energy secretary challenges China to be leader on climate

Perry also had to deal with his boss's views about climate change itself. Is man having an impact? Perry will be asked to defend the cuts, as well as Trump's decision to pull the US out of the Paris climate agreement, which the former governor supported.

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  • Man jumps into moving car to save driver having a seizure
Man jumps into moving car to save driver having a seizure

It just happened to be I was at the right place at the right time". The incident was captured on a Dixon police dashcam in IL. Tompkins then jumps out of his own vehicle and dives through the open passengers side window and is able to put the auto in park.

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  • Trump set to make debut on Washington's social scene
Trump set to make debut on Washington's social scene

A member of the Senate intelligence committee says "we've seen no smoking gun at this point" regarding collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 USA presidential election. The president and aides can not be compelled to testify about private conversations, but Comey is appearing before senators voluntarily. "...

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  • More arrests over London terror attack
More arrests over London terror attack

Extremely loud bangs followed by gunshot bangs. "All quietened down now". Seven people died on Saturday and dozens were injured, 21 of them critically, in the attack. "He's got a seven-inch scar going from his belly round to his back". "This was an attack on London and the United Kingdom, but it was also an attack on the free world", British...

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  • Net widens in search for accomplices in London Bridge attack
Net widens in search for accomplices in London Bridge attack

Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site. Seven people died in the attack in the London Bridge area on Saturday with 48 injured, prompting Prime Minister Theresa May to warn of copy-cat attacks.

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  • ISIS Claims Responsiblity for London Terrorist Attack
ISIS Claims Responsiblity for London Terrorist Attack

Deadly attacks by Islamist militants in Paris, Nice, Brussels, Berlin, Manchester and London over recent years have shocked Europeans already anxious over security challenges from mass immigration and pockets of domestic Islamist radicalism.

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  • Some Palestinian ex-prisoners in Gaza say their salaries withheld
Some Palestinian ex-prisoners in Gaza say their salaries withheld

According to sources who were updated about the details of the meeting, the Israeli policy in reference involves containment measures that included meticulous efforts to differentiate between the Palestinian population and terrorists as well as a complete avoidance of collective punishment .

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