• It was a message to the Russians
It was a message to the Russians

The last eight years was also when Barack Obama was president and led the Democratic Party. "I mean it was bankrupt , it was on the verge of insolvency , its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong ". "By Americans", Clinton argued, according to the Daily Mail . We're involved in all these things. She likened the president's strategy to...

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  • Saudi Arabia and allies release Qatar 'terror list'
Saudi Arabia and allies release Qatar 'terror list'

Both Britain and the United States were helping with their inquiry, they said . Sheikh Mohammed also said Qatar's ruling emir will not leave the country while it is "in blockade" to attend a meeting with US President Donald Trump at the White House to end the crisis.

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  • US President Trump invited to testify about his interactions with Comey
US President Trump invited to testify about his interactions with Comey

Schumer has insisted that Trump's testimony could be done in a "dignified" manner, but there is a is doubt whether McConnell would agree to seeking such testimony. Comey said he felt it was necessary to take notes on his meetings and conversations with Trump because he feared the president would lie about what took place.

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  • China, Russia should enhance ties: Chinese president
China, Russia should enhance ties: Chinese president

India feels that as an SCO member, it will be able to play a major role in addressing the threat of terrorism in the region. Alongside the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenk, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani and Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegd...

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  • North Korea says it has tested new anti-ship missile
North Korea says it has tested new anti-ship missile

Two of four North Korean fishermen who were recently rescued in the East Sea want to defect to South Korea . So far, the Pentagon has said the United States trusts South Korea's official stance that the Thaad deployment was an alliance decision and will not be reversed.

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  • Theresa May to Remain PM Despite Calls to Go
Theresa May to Remain PM Despite Calls to Go

May and her team of ministers retain full legal powers and will continue heading the government , until a new one is sworn in. British Prime Minister Theresa May struck a deal in principle with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party on Saturday to prop up the Conservative government , stripped of its majority in a disastrous electio...

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  • N.Irish unionists agree 'confidence' deal with Tories
N.Irish unionists agree 'confidence' deal with Tories

The Conservatives now plan to reach a so-called confidence and supply agreement with the DUP, which would involve it supporting a Conservative minority government on key votes in parliament but not forming a formal coalition. The 60-year-old leader said she had tapped experience across the "whole of the Conservative Party" when she appointed Mich...

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  • Doubts over Theresa May's grip on power as DUP talks continue
Doubts over Theresa May's grip on power as DUP talks continue

In contrast, the opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , whose party gained at least 29 seats in Parliament, has openly shared his misgivings about the United States leader. On Friday, Juncker said that he hoped that the election result would not have a "major impact on the negotiations we are desperately waiting for". And 57 per cent of thos...

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  • Iran arrests seven Tehran attack suspects
Iran arrests seven Tehran attack suspects

The White House released a statement from Trump condemning the terrorist attacks in Tehran and offering condolences, but also implying that Iran is itself a sponsor of terrorism. Alavi noted that about 43 terrorists have been identified and arrested following the recent terrorist attack in the country, adding that some of them were in connect...

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  • Conservative chief whip Gavin Williamson is in Belfast for talks with DUP
Conservative chief whip Gavin Williamson is in Belfast for talks with DUP

But the party still won the largest number of seats and votes - with 318 seats and 12,667,213 votes (42.8% of the overall vote). Downing St. said the Cabinet will discuss the agreement on Monday. May called the early election when her party was comfortably ahead in the polls, in the hope of increasing her majority and strengthening Britain's hand...

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  • Trump on Comey accusation: 'I didn't say that'
Trump on Comey accusation: 'I didn't say that'

Whether that hearing will be public or closed is not known. Sen. Susan Collins of ME says Trump had a chance to settle the matter when he held a news conference Friday at the White House , but didn't. The Justice Department has denied that, saying Mr Sessions stressed to Mr Comey the need to be careful about following appropriate policies. ...

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  • President Trump calls United Kingdom election results 'surprising'
President Trump calls United Kingdom election results 'surprising'

As she battled to form her cabinet amid depleted resources, May made clear there would be no major changes. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has denied plotting to topple Prime Minister Theresa May , who has been weakened by the Conservative Party's disastrous election result .

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  • Farmers not impressed, to step up stir
Farmers not impressed, to step up stir

The farmers' protests in the states of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh were followed by violence in Mandsaur district of MP in which five protesting farmers were killed during police firing. "I will not end my fast till peace is restored in the state", Chouhan had said last evening after the protest by farmers was marred by violence in the state.

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  • UK gov't agrees outline deal with DUP for support - PA
UK gov't agrees outline deal with DUP for support - PA

May's office has said that the most senior Cabinet members - including Treasury chief Philip Hammond, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Amber Rudd - will keep their jobs, but she is expected to shuffle the lower ranks of ministers.

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  • Angela Merkel says European Union ready for Brexit negotiations and wants quick resolution
Angela Merkel says European Union ready for Brexit negotiations and wants quick resolution

Speaking in Mexico City alongside Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, Merkel said she was ready for the Brexit negotiations, which are due to begin in the coming days. "Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as result of "no negotiations", he wrote . Mrs May noted that the country should be guided by this Government through the crucial Brexit talks.

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  • Costa: I am not in Conte's plans
Costa: I am not in Conte's plans

Indeed, a report in the Daily Mail claims that the Chelsea board fear the text will cost them millions, as they will have to accept a lower price for the 28-year-old because of Conte's supposed rogue actions. "It would be complicated to not play for four or five months, but people know that I love my teammates at Atletico very much", he conclud...

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  • 'Hard Brexit' must be abandoned after election: Scottish leader
'Hard Brexit' must be abandoned after election: Scottish leader

With pro-union parties making gains across the board and the SNP share of the vote in several Scottish seats falling significantly, this could be a sign that the huge gains made by the nationalist, pro-independence party in the 2015 election "may be reverting back to Conservative and Labour ", pollster Marcus Roberts told CNN.

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  • Curfew, curbs continue in IOK for second day today
Curfew, curbs continue in IOK for second day today

People in hundreds had arrived on Saturday from different places of south Kashmir to attend the burial of Sabzar and Faizan who were killed in a gunfight with the security forces in Saimoh village. Dozens of people were injured during clashes which were going on till reports last came in. He also said that the restrictions in Srinagar and other s...

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  • MP farmers' unrest: Chouhan calls off fast
MP farmers' unrest: Chouhan calls off fast

He said that those involved in the death of five farmers in Mandsaur will be punished severely. They are criminals... I wanted to shake their conscience. We don't think that he is doing any drama. The CM had began his indefinite fast yesterday and had met a large number of farmers. Meanwhile, farmers on Sunday praised Chouhan for going on a f...

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  • UAE Chides Qatar for Seeking 'Non-Arab' Help
UAE Chides Qatar for Seeking 'Non-Arab' Help

The UAE's state-run postal service on Thursday announced the suspension of all services to Qatar amid an unprecedented diplomatic crisis between Doha and a handful of other Arab capitals. They alleged Qatar funds terror groups and has a worryingly close relationship with Iran, a nation with which it shares its vast offshore natural gas field.

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  • Sinn Fein's Adams says will not take up seats in Britain's parliament
Sinn Fein's Adams says will not take up seats in Britain's parliament

While Conservatives won the majority of seats, they lost a lot to Labour. Not just here in Northern Ireland but right across our United Kingdom. "If we are fortunate enough and privileged enough to have our candidates returned as MPs, it will be on the basis that we will not be going to take our seats in Westminster", Sinn Fein President Gerry A...

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  • Iran calls Trump's reaction to ISIS attacks 'repugnant'
Iran calls Trump's reaction to ISIS attacks 'repugnant'

The intelligence ministry said they were Iranians who had joined the Islamic State group and travelled to its strongholds in Iraq and Syria before returning home. Even as Washington expressed its condolences on Wednesday, the US Senate advanced legislation that would impose new sanctions on Iran, partly for what the bill described as the Iranian re...

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  • Philippine marines killed in fighting with militants
Philippine marines killed in fighting with militants

Also in the list to implement the Bangon Marawi program is the Engineering Brigade of the Philippines military , which has vast experience in introducing infrastructure projects in warn torn communities. Over 20 civilians have been confirmed killed due to the fighting, according to the government, but the true number is likely to be higher wit...

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  • Israel plans most settlement homes since 1992: minister
Israel plans most settlement homes since 1992: minister

Of the 3,651 units approved in June, 671 are meant for immediate construction, Lieberman said at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting. Settlement units pass through a list of planning stages before final approval. The EU reiterated its support for "a negotiated two-state solution" in the region. Last week, the premier told settlers he woul...

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  • UK's Labour leader Corbyn sees possible new election this year or next
UK's Labour leader Corbyn sees possible new election this year or next

Party leader Arlene Foster confirmed Sunday on Sky News she will meet with Prime Minister Theresa May in London on Tuesday. The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. While the to-and-fro between Downing Street and the DUP was unfolding, several British newspapers were reporting that some prominent Conservatives, including foreign secretary Boris ...

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  • Police foil new terror plot as they arrest three people planning attack
Police foil new terror plot as they arrest three people planning attack

Of the eight people killed, British authorities have publicly identified two other individuals, both Australian nationals: Kirsty Boden, as confirmed Tuesday by NHS England, and Sara Zelenak, as confirmed Wednesday by police. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack. Police have named the attackers - who were all shot dea...

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  • Northern Ireland's DUP says talks ongoing with PM May's Conservatives
Northern Ireland's DUP says talks ongoing with PM May's Conservatives

After confirming on Friday that her top five ministers, including finance minister Philip Hammond, would keep their jobs, May must name the rest of her team, who will take on one of the most demanding jobs in recent British political history.

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  • May Still in Search of Deal to Form a Government
May Still in Search of Deal to Form a Government

Within an hour, Downing Street issued a second statement saying that talks are ongoing and that the details would be put forward by both parties "as and when" they were finalised. However, in the context of what Downing Street had said, the error appears to have been minor. The very least which that support could involve would be a confidence and...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn keeps his eyes on Downing Street
Jeremy Corbyn keeps his eyes on Downing Street

Last December, Hill also told senior Conservative lawmaker Nicky Morgan to keep away from Downing Street after criticising the premier for her expensive leather pants. We're joined now from London by Roula Khalaf, deputy editor of the Financial Times . May has said Brexit talks will begin on June 19 as scheduled, the same day as the formal reo...

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  • Philippines' Duterte says didn't seek US support in city siege
Philippines' Duterte says didn't seek US support in city siege

It has been close to three weeks since a botched police operation against Abu Sayaff leader Isnilon Hapilon evolved into a shooting war with his supporters in Marawi City , the Maute Group , and the subsequent declaration of martial law in the entire Mindanao.

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  • Britain's May still in talks with DUP on power deal
Britain's May still in talks with DUP on power deal

Just over a month ago the Welsh Conservatives had a record-breaking local government election result, nearly doubling our council representation, and putting us in power in six local authorities all over Wales. The alliance makes some modernizing Conservatives uneasy. The DUP is anti-abortion and opposed to same-sex marriage. Scottish Conservat...

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  • Across the US, marches and rallies in support of LGBT rights
Across the US, marches and rallies in support of LGBT rights

Democratic Rep. David Cicilline of Rhode Island, who co-chairs the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, said most Americans "would be surprised to learn that you can get married on Saturday (June 10), post photos of your wedding on Sunday (June 11), and then get thrown out of your apartment or fired from your job on Monday (June 12)".

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  • Stephen Curry's dismal Game 4 can be summed up in one stat
Stephen Curry's dismal Game 4 can be summed up in one stat

The Warriors will look to close the series out in five back home at the Oracle Arena in Oakland , CA. LeBron James , trying to become the first player to average a Finals triple-double, is playing in his seventh straight Finals, eighth overall.

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  • Prisoner freed after mix-up with look-a-like inmate in Kansas
Prisoner freed after mix-up with look-a-like inmate in Kansas

What's more, Jones lived on the other side of Kansas while his look-alike lived in the same area the incident occurred. After realising this could be the man who committed the crime, Jones contacted the Midwest Innocent Project , a non-profit organisation that provides legal services to the wrongly-convicted.

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  • Seattle Police Break Up Fight Between Anti-Sharia Law Protesters, Counter Protesters
Seattle Police Break Up Fight Between Anti-Sharia Law Protesters, Counter Protesters

Demonstrators then marched to Seattle City Hall. Later in the day, three men were arrested on suspicion of vandalism for smashing out the windows of a auto. Counter-protesters banged on drums and shouted "Racists, racists go home!" No injuries have been reported. "There's a lot of people without two nickels to scrape together, but we still ta...

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