• Trump calls for American resolve against 'vile enemy'
Trump calls for American resolve against 'vile enemy'

Tim Farron, leader of the opposition Liberal Democrats, also has urged May to cancel the visit, saying Trump was insulting Britain's values "at a time of introspection and mourning". Asked if Trump was attacking the mayor because he is Muslim, Sanders replied: "Not at all". "We must stop being politically correct and get down to the business ...

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  • Putin denies USA election meddling, says he barely met Mike Flynn
Putin denies USA election meddling, says he barely met Mike Flynn

The remarks were the latest in a series of denials from Moscow that have had little impact so far on a political crisis in the United States over potential links between Russian Federation and Trump's inner circle. Trump fired Flynn for failing to disclose that he had met with Russian officials. Did we have a special relationship with him? "I mad...

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  • Army Major, 3 Terrorists Killed In Encounter In Nagaland
Army Major, 3 Terrorists Killed In Encounter In Nagaland

The Army has confirmed the reports and reaffirmed that the combing operation is underway and the main operation is already over. Three militants and the driver died in the encounter, said a statement issued by IGAR (N). So far one AK 56, 2 Chinese AK, 2 grenades, 3 IEDs, 270 AK rounds are recovered from the three killed terrorists. Security for...

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  • Iraqi Kurds to vote on independence in September: President
Iraqi Kurds to vote on independence in September: President

Earlier this year, senior Kurdish official Hoshyar Zebari said the expected "yes" outcome in a vote wouldn't automatically mean declaring independence, and that the aim was to ensure greater self-determination. Kurdistan exports most of its oil via a pipeline leading to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, but also overland through Turkey by tanker truck....

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  • Sen. Angus King's Heated Exchange With Intelligence Officials
Sen. Angus King's Heated Exchange With Intelligence Officials

On Wednesday, Coats and Rogers refused to answer senators' questions about their conversations with the president, saying they didn't want to share those private conversations in a public hearing. "Is that the rule for the President of the United States as well?" Questions about Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election, and ensuing con...

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  • Lankford Looking for Clarity in Comey Testimony
Lankford Looking for Clarity in Comey Testimony

Three were in person and six on the phone. Among the encounters Comey describes is a January 27 dinner at the White House . He said he was considering ordering me to investigate the alleged incident to prove it didn't happen. I paused, and then said, "You will get that from me". " I hope you can let this go .' I replied only that 'he is a ...

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  • Michael Flynn To Turn Over Some Subpoenaed Documents To Senate Committee
Michael Flynn To Turn Over Some Subpoenaed Documents To Senate Committee

The committee is investigating Russian meddling in the presidential race and the possibility of collusion by members of President Donald Trump's campaign. Two subpoenas were sent to his businesses. The concocted character of the "scandal" over back channels with Russia is of a piece with the fabricated nature of the entire anti-Russian narrativ...

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  • In UK Election, Many Investors Want the Tax-Raising Socialist
In UK Election, Many Investors Want the Tax-Raising Socialist

But a pair of terrorist attacks , some blunders by Ms. Despite opinion polls pointing to a narrow Theresa May victory in tomorrow's vote, similar polls predicted a Hillary Clinton victory in the United States election and a Remain vote in the UK Brexit referendum, many believe that a Jeremy Corbyn led Labour victory is now possible, someth...

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  • UN Passes Resolution To Expand North Korea Blacklist
UN Passes Resolution To Expand North Korea Blacklist

Though US military exercises in the Korean peninsula have been controversial in the worldwide community, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley urged security council members to enforce the new sanctions. The U.N. Security Council first imposed sanctions on Pyongyang in 2006 over its ballistic missile and nuclear program. Russian Federation said the...

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  • All 12 arrested after London Bridge attack released without charge
All 12 arrested after London Bridge attack released without charge

Facebook said it wanted to make its social media platform a "hostile environment" for terrorists, in a statement issued after attackers killed seven people in London and prompted British Prime Minister Theresa May to demand action from Internet firms.

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  • British police identify third London Bridge attacker
British police identify third London Bridge attacker

Ms Boden's family described her in a statement as an "outgoing, kind and generous person". A 55-year-old man was released without charge. In March, a man drove a auto into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge , killing four people, then fatally stabbed a police officer.

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  • Nicola Sturgeon Has Dropped Her Plan To Hold IndyRef2 By Spring 2019
Nicola Sturgeon Has Dropped Her Plan To Hold IndyRef2 By Spring 2019

Scottish Labour campaign manager James Kelly, speaking in reaction to the voting intention results, said: "This is another encouraging poll which shows that increasing numbers of Scots know the only way to defeat the SNP in the majority of seats in Scotland is to vote Labour on June 8".

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  • Donald Trump pushes Gulf unity in call with Saudi king
Donald Trump pushes Gulf unity in call with Saudi king

UAE carriers Emirates, Etihad, flydubai and Air Arabia, as well as Saudi Airlines had all announced the suspension of flights to and from Qatar as of Tuesday morning. "It's a mixed bag with Qatar", said Republican Sen. Qatar is also a major regional diplomatic player and worldwide investor and is set to host the World Cup, football's biggest tour...

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  • Teen played 'sick game' to encourage boyfriend to kill himself, court told
Teen played 'sick game' to encourage boyfriend to kill himself, court told

And no one's really out right now because it's an awkward time", she said. What was apparently working was Roy's attempt to take his life by inhaling the deadly gas in his black Ford F-150, according to testimony on the second day of Carter's trial on involuntary manslaughter charges.

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  • NSA chief says was never asked to act illegally
NSA chief says was never asked to act illegally

He added he never recalled feeling " pressured to do so". "What I want to find out is, we've had press reports as recently as yesterday that maybe even a few times the President tried to intervene with Director Coats to ask him to either down play or dismiss the FBI investigation into contacts between trump officials", Warner told CNN's ...

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  • Senate Intelligence Committee Using Subpoenas To Pursue Russia Probe
Senate Intelligence Committee Using Subpoenas To Pursue Russia Probe

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats - who was appointed by Trump - also admitted in his testimony that he never asked the president about the reports that he may have shared classified information with Russian diplomats. He said the head of the FSB denied that Russian Federation was meddling, but said he would raise the issue with Pre...

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  • Kabul Attack: Pakistan rejects allegations of role in bombing
Kabul Attack: Pakistan rejects allegations of role in bombing

He urged the worldwide community to "make good on its promise" to end state-sponsored terrorism. No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks. Since the worldwide military mission declared an end to its combat mission in 2014, the Taliban have made steady gains.

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  • Saudi Arabia Behind Deadly Attacks in Tehran - Iran's Revolutionary Guards
Saudi Arabia Behind Deadly Attacks in Tehran - Iran's Revolutionary Guards

Iranian officials say they managed to foil a third attack. In Yemen it has supported the Houthis, a rebel group fighting the government and its Saudi allies. Seven people have reportedly been killed in attack on the Iranian parliament, the Tasnim news agency has reported , quoting sources on the ground.

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  • Ex-Goldman Sachs exec wins New Jersey Dem primary to replace Christie
Ex-Goldman Sachs exec wins New Jersey Dem primary to replace Christie

There are contests in eight state Senate and fifteen Assembly races. And she has promised a fresh start, repeatedly distancing herself from her unpopular boss over the course of her campaign on a range of issues. John Parilla is an immigration lawyer from Alpine. He said he doesn't see her as a Christie clone but does see similarities between Murph...

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  • Islamic State claims attacks on Iran parliament, shrine
Islamic State claims attacks on Iran parliament, shrine

The suicide attacker was a woman, reports suggested. According to reports, a dozen people have been killed in Wednesday's attacks while another 42 have been injured and admitted to 3 hospitals to receive treatment. The Islamic State's claim of responsibility could not be independently verified. Iran is one of the powers leading the ...

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  • London terror attack death toll rises
London terror attack death toll rises

He did not identify the victim, but British police said the next of kin of 45-year-old Xavier Thomas were informed. His girlfriend was seriously injured on the bridge when she was hit by the vehicle. 30-year-old Canadian Christine Archibald was the first to be named. Concerns have been raised that extremists could use Ireland as a gateway for f...

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  • Melbourne shooting treated as terrorist attack
Melbourne shooting treated as terrorist attack

Malcolm Turnbull will ask the states to ban parole for violent offenders and those with any link to terrorism when he meets with premiers on Friday. ISIS has claimed responsibility for an incident on Monday near Melbourne , Australia where a gunman killed one and took a woman hostage for hours before being killed by police.

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  • Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh coast
Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh coast

Tropical Cyclone Mora made landfall early this morning along Bangladesh's South West coastline between Cox's Bazaar and the city of Chittagong . "We have advised the ports to hoist great danger signal number 10", Rahman was quoted by AFP as saying.

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  • Saudi minister denies his country involved in Iran attacks
Saudi minister denies his country involved in Iran attacks

The governor of Tehran said two terrorists are dead. Reza Seifollahi, an official in the country's Supreme National Security Council, was quoted by the independent Shargh daily as saying that the perpetrators of the attacks were Iranian nationals.

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  • British universities slip down global rankings as austerity bites
British universities slip down global rankings as austerity bites

Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Peter Høj said UQ had continued to excel this week, securing $22.6 million in ARC funding for 17 projects on Monday - with funding for more research projects than any other university nationally. Of the 14 for whom year-on-year comparisons are possible, five dropped in rank and an equal number improved. P...

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  • Trump renews criticism of London Mayor Khan over attack
Trump renews criticism of London Mayor Khan over attack

Trump later challenged Khan to an IQ test during an interview on ITV. 'Maybe we have to keep calm and actually do something, ' the eldest Trump son told Good Morning American Tuesday. Trump tweeted Sunday. Khan had told Londoners there was no "reason to be alarmed" by an increased police presence, and said of the terrorists, "we will never let th...

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  • UAE seeking 'change of policy, not regime' in Qatar: Minister
UAE seeking 'change of policy, not regime' in Qatar: Minister

The global community has been striving to mediate the crisis among the countries concerned since the escalating tensions between Qatar and its fellow Arab nations culminated when Bahrain , Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt, Libya and Yemen abruptly announced to sever diplomatic ties with the Gulf gas-rich state, accusing ...

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  • CMT Awards to Feature Stars From All Genres and Hollywood
CMT Awards to Feature Stars From All Genres and Hollywood

Ashton Kutcher (" The Ranch "), Danny Masterson (" The Ranch "), Hoda Kotb (" Today Show "), Kathie Lee Gifford (" Today Show "), Jada Pinkett Smith (" Girls Trip "), Johnny Galecki (" Big Bang Theory "), Josh Henderson (" The Arrangement "), Katherine Heigl ("Doubt"), Clare Bowen (" Nashville "), Rachel Bilson (" Nashville "), Dusti...

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  • N. Korea fires 1 projectile off east coast, says S. Korea military
N. Korea fires 1 projectile off east coast, says S. Korea military

He also demanded an environmental assessment on the deployment site, saying the country's Defense Ministry might be attempting to avoid an environmental inspection there. North Korea maintains a wartime mentality at all times , perpetually perceiving existential threats from the US and its allies. The military often plays a role in major holiday...

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  • Trump offers to host feuding Gulf nations at White House
Trump offers to host feuding Gulf nations at White House

The Gulf countries have ordered their citizens out of Qatar and given Qataris overseas 14 days to return home. Qatar , the world's biggest LNG seller, is moving to send a first batch of LNG tankers as far afield as Singapore and Gibraltar to refuel with Fujairah now off limits.

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  • Payments in UAE banking system normal after Qatar rift
Payments in UAE banking system normal after Qatar rift

The rift has affected global oil prices, hit travel plans and sown confusion among businesses. Meanwhile, Kuwait is taking the lead mediating a way out of the diplomatic crisis. "He said every country in the region has their own obligations and they need to live up to terminate their support for terrorism and extremism however it manifests itself...

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