• North Korea says leader Kim supervised test of new anti-ship missiles
North Korea says leader Kim supervised test of new anti-ship missiles

On Friday, South Korea's military found a small flying object that it said was similar in shape and size to one of several North Korean drones discovered in 2014. China, along with Russian Federation, has repeatedly expressed opposition to the THAAD deployment, saying it will do nothing to help ease tensions with North Korea.

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  • Conservatives lead, but Labour gains big in British election, exit polls show
Conservatives lead, but Labour gains big in British election, exit polls show

With only 17 of the 650 seats still to declare, the results largely bore out the exit poll , which predicted the Conservatives would get 314 of the 650 House of Commons seats, down from 330. Anand Menon , professor of politics at King's College London , said her lack of a majority made it far more likely that Britain would leave the European ...

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  • May working to fill out ranks of minority government after disappointing election
May working to fill out ranks of minority government after disappointing election

But May, facing scorn for running a lacklustre campaign, was determined to hang on. Beleaguered May is appointing new members of her government after several. Britain's Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party Theresa May, accompanied by her husband Philip, delivers a statement outside 10 Downing Street in central London on June 9, 201...

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  • Morgan Stanley Reaffirms Buy Rating for AstraZeneca plc (AZN)
Morgan Stanley Reaffirms Buy Rating for AstraZeneca plc (AZN)

It has underperformed by 30.68% the S&P500. The Bonness Enterprises Inc holds 119,800 shares with $1.09M value, down from 259,300 last quarter. Aviva Plc earned a media sentiment score of 0.15 on Alpha One's scale. Its up 1.29, from 0.71 in 2016Q3. Carolina Bank Holdings, Inc.is a bank holding firm of the Carolina Bank. 26 funds opened positions ...

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  • FIFA President Says Qatar World Cup Not Under Threat
FIFA President Says Qatar World Cup Not Under Threat

Following a request from the United Arab Emirates, FIFA, the global governing body of football, removed a Qatari referee from an upcoming 2018 World Cup qualifier match between UAE and Thailand, AP reported on Sunday. "Fifa's main job is to look after football and not getting involved in geopolitical questions", Infantino said. Football bodies, i...

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  • Democratic Unionist Party agree 'confidence deal' with Conservatives
Democratic Unionist Party agree 'confidence deal' with Conservatives

The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. Conservative lawmaker Nicky Morgan told ITV that she could support a confidence and supply arrangement with the DUP, but any closer deal would be "a step too far". Now, the Democratic Unionist Party will have a large part to play in United Kingdom politics after the hung parliament result in the general...

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  • Maharashtra SSC Class 10 Result 2017 date, time to be announced shortly
Maharashtra SSC Class 10 Result 2017 date, time to be announced shortly

Once the dates are finalized, they would be informed on the board's website, mahresult.nic.in.So students are advised to wait patiently and not to think too much over the date rumors. The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education had declared the class 12 board exam results on May 25. While the state had initially announced to give ...

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  • Theresa May's top advisors quit after election failure
Theresa May's top advisors quit after election failure

Sky News anchor Adam Bolton read out a text message she had sent to him live on air after he mentioned the health of the prime minister, who has diabetes. The adviser takes the fall but Theresa May is the one responsible for her own defeat. According to the BBC , meanwhile, the prime minister swiftly confirmed that the new Downing Street chi...

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  • British Airways latest: Flight delays enter third day after IT meltdown
British Airways latest: Flight delays enter third day after IT meltdown

In a video statement, Cruz apologized, saying "I know this has been a awful time for customers". But that was unlikely to placate many passengers, as Monday was the end of a long holiday weekend. BA has not explained the cause of the power outage, but the unions blamed the airline's decision previous year of outsourcing IT jobs to India for causing...

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" "Trump calls Comey "leaks" of memos "'cowardly'"

And over dinner at the White House in an earlier interaction, Comey wrote in his opening testimony, Trump had demanded loyalty, possibly in return for letting him continue in the job . "I'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the near future", Trump said. He is a good guy. "I'll tell you about it over a very short period of time", the preside...

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  • Trump Pushes Aside Montenegro Leader Who Calls it 'Natural'
Trump Pushes Aside Montenegro Leader Who Calls it 'Natural'

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization ( NATO ) would be a full member of the global coalition against the Islamic State (IS), NATO chief said. "This was not the right place or time", the diplomat said of the very public harangue. While White House spokesman Sean Spicer said he hadn't seen the video, the press in and around the tiny Balkan co...

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  • Theresa May's political power is 'massively weakened' following United Kingdom snap election
Theresa May's political power is 'massively weakened' following United Kingdom snap election

Davidson urged Saturday the party to rethink its hard Brexit plans and raised the prospect of her new group of 13 Scottish Tory lawmakers torpedoing any parliamentary vote for a deal that would leave Britain outside the Single Market. "The precipitous fall from predicted "landslide" to minority government was wholly avoidable; the result of hubri...

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  • May finalises cabinet amid minority govt talks with DUP
May finalises cabinet amid minority govt talks with DUP

It is one of the biggest electoral shocks in British political history and May is under pressure to resign as prime minister after just 327 days in the job. Corbyn meanwhile could attempt to forge an agreement with the SNP, the Lib Dems and the Greens. Live updates of the election aftermath. Throughout the campaign, he drew comparisons to S...

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  • Arab states in row with Qatar laud Trump's supportive stance
Arab states in row with Qatar laud Trump's supportive stance

Qatar says its foreign minister has spoken to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Egypt separately has asked the United Nations Security Council to investigate reports that Qatar "paid up to $1 billion to a terrorist group active in Iraq" to recently free 26 hostages, including members of its ruling family, saying it would violate U.N.

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  • Met names third London bridge attacker as Italian national
Met names third London bridge attacker as Italian national

All three suspects were shot dead in a hail of gunfire by police within minutes of the attack, which began when they drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge. He said: "At any one time MI5 and police are conducting around 500 active investigations, involving 3,000 subjects of interest". Counter-terrorism police said Butt had been investiga...

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  • Mandsaur incident: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends his fast
Mandsaur incident: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends his fast

The farmers' protest, which began on 1 June, took a violent turn on 6 June, when five persons were killed in police firing at Mandsaur . Media reports say he is also believed to be mulling a waiver of farm loans, which could benefit more than six lakh farmers at a cost of around 2,000 crore to the taxpayer.

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  • Group against Islamic law clashes with counterprotesters
Group against Islamic law clashes with counterprotesters

The right-wing advocacy group ACT for America planned the march at Mount Trashmore in concert with several dozen similar events held around the country on Saturday, according to reports . About twice as many counter-protesters marshaled across the street. Trinity University sophomore Arisha Ali, who joined the counter-protest against ACT, sa...

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  • Third London Bridge Terror Attacker Named As Moroccan-Italian Youssef Zaghba
Third London Bridge Terror Attacker Named As Moroccan-Italian Youssef Zaghba

So far, 11 people have been detained by the police in a series of raids following the attack in which seven people were killed and several others injured. "Undoubtedly when people see something which appears from their perverted point of view to be successful, some people will be inspired by that", she said.

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  • Ireland's first openly gay minister chosen to be next PM
Ireland's first openly gay minister chosen to be next PM

Broadcaster CNN is also reporting the news and focusing on the fact that Mr Varadkar is gay, running the following headline: Ireland's next prime minister is a conservative, gay 38-year-old. An Indian-origin doctor, Leo Varadkar is all set to become the youngest openly Gay Prime Minister in Ireland. Following the announcement on Friday eve...

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  • Daniel Coats: 'I Have Never Been Pressured' By Trump To Intervene
Daniel Coats: 'I Have Never Been Pressured' By Trump To Intervene

The FBI and other USA agencies said earlier this year Moscow interfered to help Trump win, but the poll said only 36 percent of those surveyed say they trust what Comey says about Russian Federation "a great deal" or "a good amount". Sen. Angus King of ME, an Independent who caucuses with Democrats, picked up on Heinrich's questions, demandin...

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  • US lawmakers to press intel chiefs on Russia ahead of Comey hearing
US lawmakers to press intel chiefs on Russia ahead of Comey hearing

At a hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee , Virginia Democrat Mark Warner asked Coats and Rogers about media reports that Trump has pressured them to downplay the Russian Federation investigation. And that's why it was so jarring to hear recent reports of White House officials - perhaps even the President himself - attempting to ...

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  • Tick-tock: EU says time pressing hard to start Brexit talks
Tick-tock: EU says time pressing hard to start Brexit talks

British voters failed to deliver a widely expected parliamentary majority for the Conservative party in Thursday's general election, dealing a major blow to Prime Minister Theresa May just days ahead of hard Brexit talks with the EU. To make matters worse, she saw her majority evaporate. With talks due to start in Brussels in ten days time , Mr ...

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  • Putin: Terrorism 'main threat' to SCO members
Putin: Terrorism 'main threat' to SCO members

Wrapping up a historic visit, focussed on multiltrl diplomacy & strnthng biltrl ties. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday addressed SCO summit in Kazakhstan's Astana , where he pitched for coordinated efforts to counter the menace of terrorism.

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  • Explosions kill at least 6 at funeral in Kabul
Explosions kill at least 6 at funeral in Kabul

Up to 18 people have been killed in three explosions centered around a funeral in downtown Kabul Saturday, Afghanistan's TOLO news network reports. "I urge everyone not to respond to violence with more violence , said Tadamichi Yamamoto , the UN Secretary-General's Special Representative for Afghanistan, expressing heartfelt condolences t...

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  • Three US Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan In An Inside Attack
Three US Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan In An Inside Attack

The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack saying "A Mujahid (freedom fighter) infiltrator of the Islamic Emirate who had enrolled himself in the Kabul government's army attacked American soldiers in Lata Band area of Achin district in Nangarhar province today in the afternoon".

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  • Taliban denies involvement in Kabul blast, condemns attack
Taliban denies involvement in Kabul blast, condemns attack

Germany said it had postponed a scheduled deportation flight of rejected Afghan asylum seekers after the attack. Japan's Foreign Ministry said the blast broke windows at its embassy and that two of its employees were slightly injured. "Our thoughts are with the families of the deceased and prayers with the injured". Like past attacks, the anger...

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  • Sara Zelenak Confirmed As Dead In London Bridge Terror Attack
Sara Zelenak Confirmed As Dead In London Bridge Terror Attack

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has confirmed that all Australians caught up in the London terror attack have been accounted for, and has spoken to the family of Sara Zelenak who is feared dead. Her mother, Julie Wallace , who had flown to London to find her daughter, confirmed the news in a post to her daughter's Facebook page. Authorit...

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  • British leader reaches tentative deal to shore up rule
British leader reaches tentative deal to shore up rule

It now holds 318 seats. Resisting calls for her resignation, Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will put together a government with the support of the Democratic Unionists (DUP) to guide the United Kingdom through crucial Brexit talks.

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  • US salvages a tie with Mexico in World Cup qualifier
US salvages a tie with Mexico in World Cup qualifier

Carlos Vela tied the score in the 23rd minute with a 23-yard shot that beat goalkeeper Brad Guzan to the near post , and Hector Herrera almost put El Tri ahead in the 71st with a 30-yard free kick that rebounded off the crossbar. The first goal against the Soca Warriors didn't come until after halftime and soon thereafter Arena switched to a...

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  • Not much support for bandh call in Karnataka
Not much support for bandh call in Karnataka

The exams for Diploma in Education and Diploma in Elementary Education scheduled for Monday have been put off by a day, Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board director said in a statement. Bengaluru Petroleum Dealers' Association president B R Ravindranath said they have expressed moral support to the bandh, and petrol pumps will functi...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight Theresa May 'all the way'
Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight Theresa May 'all the way'

This morning, after the general election count, the Conservative Party looked like they would end up with 319 seats (down 13 on 2015) and Labour 261 (up 29 seats), resulting in a hung Parliament . "If, as the indications have shown, if this is correct, that the Conservative Party has won the most seats and probably the most votes, then it ...

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  • Berlin ePrix: Rosenqvist follows win with Sunday pole
Berlin ePrix: Rosenqvist follows win with Sunday pole

A 10-second penalty for unsafe release was confirmed shortly after by the stewards, transforming what looked like an easy second win of the weekend into an improbable challenge. "I was able to enjoy the whole race". This breached Article 25.11 of Formula E's sporting regulations and Buemi has been disqualified as a result.

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  • Conservatives begin talks with DUP over alliance
Conservatives begin talks with DUP over alliance

MARTIN: But she is talking to a party out in Northern Ireland called the Democratic Unionists in an effort to form a coalition that would allow her to govern. "For as long as Corbyn leads labour , we will ensure there's a Tory PM", the Guardian quoted a DUP source. And for more on politics in the United Kingdom we turn now to George Parker...

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  • British PM Theresa May's top aides resign following disastrous election results
British PM Theresa May's top aides resign following disastrous election results

She said discussions were continuing with the Conservatives over the terms of a agreement, but appeared to suggest there was still work to do before Mrs May can be sure she has support of their 10 MPs and form a new Government. "It remains to be seen what the nature of that deal is". Leaving the customs union would be "economic suicide" for the U...

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  • Angela Merkel expects Brexit talks to begin 'within days'
Angela Merkel expects Brexit talks to begin 'within days'

With no one party able to command a majority of MPs in the House of Commons, current prime minister Theresa May is expected to seek coalition partners to remain in power. Later projections gave the Conservatives a handful more seats but a raft of analysts predicted that would not head off more falls for the pound. Overnight, Wall Street had see...

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