• DUP warns Government confidence and supply deal is 'certainly not imminent'
DUP warns Government confidence and supply deal is 'certainly not imminent'

Leo Varadkar is at Downing Street for his first foreign trip as Taoiseach. Monday will see the first round-table meeting involving the governments and local parties in negotiations to restore devolution. The so-called confidence and supply agreement means that the supporting party will back the government in motions of confidence by either voting...

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  • The Case for Obstruction of Justice
The Case for Obstruction of Justice

On the other hand, if they were taped, then he should simply release them so the truth can be told as to who lied and who told the truth regarding the various topics that were discussed between the president and former Federal Bureau of Investigation director.

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  • Queen outlines United Kingdom government agenda in scaled-down speech
Queen outlines United Kingdom government agenda in scaled-down speech

It comes as Mrs May's Conservative Party continues to discuss a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) to support a minority Tory administration. The changes to the ceremony were pre-planned due to a lack of rehearsal time . Buckingham Palace said Philip, 96, was hospitalized as a precaution for treatment of an infection.

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  • Bat-Signal at LA City Hall honors Adam West
Bat-Signal at LA City Hall honors Adam West

Garcetti then passed the microphone to Police Chief Charlie Beck, who explained that there were many times in his job that he wished he could turn on the Bat-signal. Fans gathered, many of them dressed in their best Batsuits and Batgear while others donned some of Gotham City's other infamous characters for the event, which included a model of th...

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  • Girl passionately belts 'How Far I'll Go' from Moana, steals the show
Girl passionately belts 'How Far I'll Go' from Moana, steals the show

The fearless singer, named Sophia, sung her heart out completely capturing all of ours. This child model/actress seem to embrace all of the emotion in " How Far I'll Go ", even getting a bit teary eyed during her performance. "I was like really shocked", she said. Neshin told ABC News that she was not surprised by her daughter's passion when ...

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  • UK acquires apartments for tenants displaced by tower fire
UK acquires apartments for tenants displaced by tower fire

In the early hours of Wednesday, June 14 morning, the London Fire Service were confronted with one of the biggest and most unsafe residential fires in history, with 79 people now either confirmed or presumed dead. Victims of the Grenfell Tower Fire who are now homeless "have been sleeping in their cars and in parks", it has been claimed. The ...

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  • Scalise is now in 'fair' condition after shooting at congressional baseball practice
Scalise is now in 'fair' condition after shooting at congressional baseball practice

The update on Scalise's condition comes just hours after the FBI gave an update on the investigation into the shooting that left six people injured. Hodgkinson , who authorities said spent the last few months living in a white van parked at a local YMCA, opened fire just after 7 a.m.

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  • Hundreds honor Charleena Lyles, shot by police
Hundreds honor Charleena Lyles, shot by police

Police officers shot and killed 30-year-old Charleena Lyles on Sunday after authorities said Lyles confronted the officers with a knife. Bustle has reached out to the Seattle Police Department for comment. One of the officers was a certified crisis intervention specialist, but police did not identify which officer received what training. Office...

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  • US sends supersonic bombers in show of force against N.Korea
US sends supersonic bombers in show of force against N.Korea

Warmbier", Mr Moon said in an interview with CBS. He was sentenced in March 2016 to 15 years in prison with hard labour. Doctors say there were no obvious signs of physical trauma or evidence of bone fracture but Warmbier's family insists he had been physically abused by his captors.

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  • Coroner still probing death of US student held by N. Korea
Coroner still probing death of US student held by N. Korea

President Donald Trump criticized North Korea for Warmbier's death. North Korea accuses Washington and South Korea of sending spies to overthrow its government. Warmbier's death have been drawn at this time as there are additional medical records and imaging to review and people to interview", Sammarco said in a written statement Tuesday.

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  • Woman who urged friend to kill himself found guilty of manslaughter
Woman who urged friend to kill himself found guilty of manslaughter

The prosecution claimed Carter , then 17, was reckless and caused his death by telling Roy to get back in the vehicle even though they say he didn't want to die . said. A woman who was accused of causing her boyfriend's suicide through repeated and sustained emotional abuse was found guilty by a judge on Friday.

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  • McCain: Americans 'stupid' to still want to travel to North Korea
McCain: Americans 'stupid' to still want to travel to North Korea

After spending more than a year in a coma , the OH student died a week after returning to the United States. The University of Virginia student was released from North Korea in a comatose state last Tuesday after being held 17 months for stealing a propaganda poster from his hotel.

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  • Emirates wants US, European monitors for any Qatar deal
Emirates wants US, European monitors for any Qatar deal

Nauert said Tillerson had three phone calls and two in-person meetings with the Saudi foreign minister. "At this point", she added, "we are left with one simple question: Were the actions really about their concerns regarding Qatar's alleged support for terrorism, or were they about the long simmering grievances" among countries in the Gulf Coo...

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  • USA officer acquitted over shooting of black motorist
USA officer acquitted over shooting of black motorist

Philando Castile was fatally shot by the officer July 6 in a St. Paul suburb seconds after he told the officer he was armed. Protests and demonstrations immediately took place across the country as Castile's girlfriend had recorded and broadcast the tragedy on Facebook Live.

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  • Polygamous sect leader Lyle Jeffs caught after year on lam
Polygamous sect leader Lyle Jeffs caught after year on lam

Jeffs is jailed in Sioux Falls, South Dakota , said Minehaha County Jail Warden Jeff Gromer. The FBI Field Office in Salt Lake City sent a tweet Wednesday morning saying Jeffs was arrested in South Dakota about 8:30 p.m. An off-duty Yankton Police Department detective spotted the vehicle and believed it was Jeffs. Authorities had been look...

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  • Trapeze artist dangles by her teeth over Niagra Falls
Trapeze artist dangles by her teeth over Niagra Falls

The best view of the stunt will be from Terrapin Point at Niagara Falls State Park. "There are no words". She said she listened to music throughout so as to block out any sound from spectators below. "There are no words; it was lovely", Wallenda said moments after returning to the ground. Erendira Wallenda performed a series of eye-wateri...

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  • United States student sent home from North Korea dies
United States student sent home from North Korea dies

Warmbier, a student at the University of Virginia , was on a tour of North Korea early previous year when he allegedly tried to steal a propaganda banner from his hotel and was charged with hostile acts against the state. Shortly before he was freed, his parents told the Washington Post newspaper they had been informed by the North Korean auth...

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  • US shoots down Iranian drone in Syria
US shoots down Iranian drone in Syria

The US military said the drone was Iranian-made but it was unclear who was operating it. The US said it shot down the plane to defend the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a rebel group which is fighting ISIS on the outskirts of Raqqa , the ISIS stronghold in northeast Syria .

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  • Van Strikes Pedestrians Outside Mosque in London
Van Strikes Pedestrians Outside Mosque in London

The man arrested after plowing into the crowd near a London mosque has been identified as Darrn Osborne, 47. On Monday night, hundreds including religious leaders took part in a vigil. Darren Osborne's sister Nicola said her brother had been "troubled for a long time". She said: "It's a bad, awful shock". "It's not just robbing a bank, it's...

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  • European Union says divorce bill, citizens' rights focus of Brexit talks
European Union says divorce bill, citizens' rights focus of Brexit talks

It had been hoped May and DUP leader Arlene Foster would reach an agreement Wednesday that would give the Conservatives a small working majority. The listing of four policy areas where the parties are in agreement suggests a final deal may go further than a basic confidence and supply arrangement, which would see the DUP guarantee its support...

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  • Madhya Pradesh: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan calls off his indefinite fast
Madhya Pradesh: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan calls off his indefinite fast

Though farmers in Maharashtra have called off the strike after the state government announced loan waiver to farmers owning land up to five acres, negotiations between the Madhya Pradesh government and the state's farmers have not been successful yet.

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  • Russian Federation threatens to shoot down United States coalition planes
Russian Federation threatens to shoot down United States coalition planes

After the United States shot down a Syrian regime plane accused of bombing SDF near Tabqa on Sunday, the SDF threatened to retaliate against Syrian regime forces if attacks on them continue and Russian Federation has announced it will track and target any airborne vehicles that pass west of the Euphrates.

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  • GOP Shooter Had List of House Republicans' Names
GOP Shooter Had List of House Republicans' Names

She works for a tax firm, she said, and was busy in recent months. "I had no idea he was going to do this.I can't wrap my head around it", Sue Hodgkinson said Thursday at an afternoon news conference outside her Belleville home. Wagner said there was no way to predict that Hodgkinson would take such violent action. At her weekly news conference...

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  • Moscow accuses US-led coalition of terror 'complicity' over
Moscow accuses US-led coalition of terror 'complicity' over

On Sunday, a U.S. fighter jet downed a Syrian government warplane for the first time in the country's conflict south of Raqa, sparking an angry reaction from regime ally Russian Federation. The incident is one of a long string of close encounters as North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Russian forces exercise in close proximity. A Russian S...

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  • 'Get back! Get back!' then shots killed Charleena Lyles
'Get back! Get back!' then shots killed Charleena Lyles

Police said Charleena Lyles confronted two officers with a knife before police opened fire, striking her in the chest and abdomen. Williams, the grieving sister, wept and yelled epithets outside the apartment, telling reporters Lyles had been shot and killed by police.

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  • Rebels attack Philippine village, possibly to divert troops
Rebels attack Philippine village, possibly to divert troops

Villagers fled to safety. "We are in the process of determining how many were trapped and their identities", Chief Inspector Realan Mamon, municipal police station chief said. The fightings in Marawi City has killed almost 400 people and displaced over 200,000 and has been going on for almost a month now. Pigcawayan is 190 km south of Marawi City...

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  • Democrats beat Republicans on ballfield, raise $1M for charity
Democrats beat Republicans on ballfield, raise $1M for charity

The Democratic and Republican congressional baseball teams proceeded with their annual game to benefit charity Thursday night under the lights at Nationals Park in Washington , D.C., only 36 hours after a shooter unleashed gunfire at a GOP team practice.

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  • Protests continue in part of
Protests continue in part of "Father's Day for Philando"

Castile , 32, a school cafeteria supervisor, was shot five times by the officer, Jeronimo Yanez , 29, on July 6 a year ago while following instructions to retrieve his driving licence. The evidence included squad auto video, but its wide view didnt capture exactly what happened inside the vehicle — leaving jurors to essentially decide whether th...

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  • GOP's Karen Handel wins most expensive House race ever
GOP's Karen Handel wins most expensive House race ever

The Atlanta seat was made vacant when Congressman Tom Price left to join the Trump administration as health secretary. All eyes are on a special congressional election in Georgia on Tuesday as Republicans and Democrats fight for the seat.

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy to create possible flooding issues, severe weather
Tropical Storm Cindy to create possible flooding issues, severe weather

The storm could strengthen slightly before it reaches the coast, the NHC said. At worst, the storm could flood neighborhoods outside the city's levee system and cause flash flooding even in protected areas. Bret impacted Trinidad and Tobago with heavy rain Monday night and continued to affect the northern coast of Venezuela. The Gulf of Mexico ...

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  • House leader joins Handel on final campaign day
House leader joins Handel on final campaign day

She is facing off against Democrat Jon Ossoff , who is running as a moderate. (AP Photo/David Goldman). Karen Handel , Republican candidate for Georgia's 6th congressional district talks to reporters during a campaign stop at Old Hickory House in Tucker, Ga., Monday, June 19, 2017 .

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  • USA student freed by North Korea in a coma dies at 22
USA student freed by North Korea in a coma dies at 22

It may never be known, but there are some clues - as well as widespread speculation. The University of Virginia student was released from North Korea in a comatose state last Tuesday after being held 17 months for stealing a propaganda poster from his hotel.

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  • Putin thanks Federation Internationale de Football Association for helping Russia in arranging Confederations Cup
Putin thanks Federation Internationale de Football Association for helping Russia in arranging Confederations Cup

The first goal of the 2017 Confederations Cup belongs to the hosts. "We knew the scenario with who was coming to the game", New Zealand coach Anthony Hudson said. Madrid sports media is awash with headlines suggesting Ronaldo wants out. Russia, a record low 63rd in FIFA's world positions, encounter Portugal on Wednesday and also New Zealand pla...

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  • Stage all set to hold 3rd International Yoga Day in Lucknow
Stage all set to hold 3rd International Yoga Day in Lucknow

The Prime Minister will also inaugurate a building of the Dr. A.P.J. Spokesperson of the All India Shia Personal Law Board Maulana Yasoob Abbas, when contacted, said, "Several students of Shia PG College will be going to Ramabai Ambedkar Maidan to participate in the Yoga Day event".

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  • London Fire: Likely Grenfell Tower Death Toll Rises to 79
London Fire: Likely Grenfell Tower Death Toll Rises to 79

London police said Saturday that the death toll from the inferno at the Grenfell Tower in west London had risen to 58. The devastating fire erupted in the early hours of June 14 trapping several sleeping residents at the 24-storey Grenfell tower.

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