• Tories accused of 'manifesto meltdown' as May announces U-turn on care fees
Tories accused of 'manifesto meltdown' as May announces U-turn on care fees

Labour said many were referring to it as a "dementia tax" and that it would mean "more people having to pay for care in their own homes". May said opponents such as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had tried to scare the elderly by spreading " fake claims " about her plan to transfer more of the cost from taxpayers to recipients who can afford to f...

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  • UK police gear up for long-weekend security
UK police gear up for long-weekend security

Another brother and Abedi's father have been detained in Libya . However, the number of persons in custody was 12 after two were released without charge. "We must be fearless enough to admit the "war on terror" is not working", he said. "Nobody wants terrorists to have a safe place to exchange information and to be able to plot their awful atroc...

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  • South African ruling party debates fate of president
South African ruling party debates fate of president

And City Press said Zuma's supporters spent Thursday lobbying committee members to back him in the event of a no-confidence motion. Pressure has been building for President Zuma to step down since he fired Pravin Gordhan as finance minister in a controversial Cabinet overhaul, which prompted S&P Global Ratings and Fitch to downgrade the country's d...

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  • ICSE and ISC results will be declared on Monday afternoon
ICSE and ISC results will be declared on Monday afternoon

The students were waiting for the results since the past month and finally CISCE has made a decision to release the results on May 29th in their official website . No doubt on the quality of education being imparted in schools affiliated with CISCE, the board which is normally touted for being student-friendly, had an overall pass percentage of 98...

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  • Rep. Chaffetz has important talk planned with James Comey
Rep. Chaffetz has important talk planned with James Comey

Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) discussed multiple reports about President Donald Trump and his administration being based on anonymous sources that leaked information to the media and said individuals leaking information to the press should go to jail.

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  • Why Middle East Peace Starts in Saudi Arabia
Why Middle East Peace Starts in Saudi Arabia

Israel's government on Sunday approved plans to install a cable vehicle to Jerusalem's Old City, a project likely to anger Palestinians and much of the worldwide community. The resolution also described as null and void any decision by the Israeli parliament, its supreme court, or any other Israeli authority that would pertain to Jerusalem al-Quds.

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  • Philippine's President Duterte under fire for rape joke
Philippine's President Duterte under fire for rape joke

In one incident , police discovered the bodies of eight workmen on the outskirts of the city. 'The hands of some of the victims were tied behind their backs, and majority were shot in the head, ' police officer Jamael Mangadang of a security task force, told reporters.

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  • ICJ's Jadhav verdict just a beginning, not victory: Soli Sorabjee
ICJ's Jadhav verdict just a beginning, not victory: Soli Sorabjee

Referring to the Pakistan's March 2017 declaration in relation to the jurisdiction of the ICJ, Ausaf said that the ongoing propaganda on the issue was misplaced. "Pakistan's security is so important and we have to maintain our fundamental sovereign right", Aziz said. This means Jadhav can challenge till the end of Saturday his death sentence in an ...

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  • 19 dead as troops fight ISIL-linked groups in Philippines
19 dead as troops fight ISIL-linked groups in Philippines

Duterte also imposed martial law across the entire southern region of Mindanao , which is home to 20 million people, to stop what he said was the rising threat of an IS caliphate being established. "This development validates a series of reports of atrocities committed by the militants earlier", said military spokesman, Restituto Padilla. "Compar...

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  • Kushner sought secret communications with Russia
Kushner sought secret communications with Russia

Even when authorized, however, top officials in the Trump White House frequently request anonymity to brief reporters "on background", meaning their names will not be disclosed. Kushner reportedly spoke with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak several times about creating that line of communication to facilitate sensitive discussions aimed at exploring the i...

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  • Ariana Grande returning to 'incredibly fearless city of Manchester' for benefit show
Ariana Grande returning to 'incredibly fearless city of Manchester' for benefit show

In a statement Friday, she said "I'll be returning to the incredibly courageous city of Manchester to spend time with my fans and to have a benefit concert in honour of and to raise money for the victims and their families ". London Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said significant arrests meant a large part of the ter...

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  • 'Never mentioned' Israel in meeting with Russians
'Never mentioned' Israel in meeting with Russians

Netanyahu said . White House aides have also tried to play down expectations for significant progress on the peace process during Mr Trump's stop, casting the visit as symbolic. The president and the first lady arrived in Saudi Arabia where they were greeted at the airport by King Salman . The Iranian minister maintained that Donald Trum...

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  • Montana special election results
Montana special election results

The Associated Press called the Montana U.S. special election for Gianforte shortly after 10:30 p.m. House Speaker Paul Ryan called on Gianforte to apologize , saying, "I do not think this is acceptable behavior". Gianforte was cited for misdemeanor assault. Some of his supporters responded at the victory speech by telling Gianforte, "You ar...

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  • Navy parachutist dies during demonstration
Navy parachutist dies during demonstration

The parachute of the the SEAL failed to open properly and he landed in the water near the state park, Scorby said . Fleet Week is an annual weeklong celebration during which people in the NY area can meet "Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen, as well as witness firsthand the latest capabilities of today's maritime services", according to the Fl...

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  • Police Dispersed Anti-Temer Demonstration With Bombs and Gases
Police Dispersed Anti-Temer Demonstration With Bombs and Gases

The G1 news portal reported that protesters set a fire in the agriculture ministry . Brazil's left is looking for an opportunity for revenge just over a year since Temer took over from Workers' Party president Dilma Rousseff after she was impeached for illegally manipulating government accounts.

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  • Trump quickly finds voice on Twitter after returning from foreign trip
Trump quickly finds voice on Twitter after returning from foreign trip

After he got back home Saturday night, one of President Donald Trump's first orders of business was to go on a Twitter rant. There have been series of leaks coming from sources within the White House since he was inaugurated as president.

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  • Donald Trump to make final decision on Paris climate deal next week
Donald Trump to make final decision on Paris climate deal next week

He tweeted Saturday morning that he had not yet reached a decision on whether the US will remain a party to the agreement, which is meant to fight the global effects of climate change . If the US pulls out of the Paris deal, it would become the largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions not included in the agreement, according to EPA data.

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  • Ariana Grande Will Perform Benefit Concert in Manchester
Ariana Grande Will Perform Benefit Concert in Manchester

And extra security measures were in place for Saturday evening's gig by the Courteeners, an indie rock group, at Old Trafford cricket ground - where 50,000 music fans attended the city's first major gig since the attack. "We thought he must have been a drug dealer or doing witchcraft", El-Hudarey told the BBC. Armed police were on patrol as the c...

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  • Nigeria to Maintain Crude Output As Opec Extends Crude Cut
Nigeria to Maintain Crude Output As Opec Extends Crude Cut

At Thursday's meeting in Vienna , Opec and some non-Opec producers agreed to extend a pledge to cut about 1.8-million barrels per day (bpd) until the end of the first quarter of 2018. The OPEC alliance faces competition from US shale producers. Since then, the low oil prices environment has been also costly for USA shale oil producers wh...

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  • Police say 8 dead in Mississippi shooting
Police say 8 dead in Mississippi shooting

The lives of Willie Cory Godbolt's victims were taken in three separate crime scenes in the southern U.S. state of Mississippi . "My pain wasn't designed for him". Durr's off-duty hobby was ventriloquism and he would take his puppets to schools and churches to perform for children. "Then he reached in his back pocket and grabbed a gun", Mitche...

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  • New Images Show Abedi On Night of Manchester Attack
New Images Show Abedi On Night of Manchester Attack

Marathon runners pay respect at flower tributes in St Ann's square, before the Great Manchester Run in Manchester, England Sunday, May 28, 2017. There was a highly-visible police presence as runners gathered on the start line for the Manchester run at 9.00 am (0800 GMT).

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  • Slain Mississippi deputy a dad and a 'great guy'
Slain Mississippi deputy a dad and a 'great guy'

Goldbolt said his intention was to be killed by police. "Not after what I've done", he said. "Suicide by cop was my intention", he said. This undated photo provided by the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation shows suspect Willie Corey Godbolt who was arrested in connection with several fatal shootings in Lincoln County.

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  • Police stop sharing information with the U.S. after Manchester bomb leaks
Police stop sharing information with the U.S. after Manchester bomb leaks

Manchester-born Abedi, a 22-year-old whose family is of Libyan origin, killed 22 people - including children - and injured 75 people when he carried out a suicide bombing on Monday evening at the Manchester Arena as an Ariana Grande concert had just finished.

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  • Philippines says militants shot dead at least 16 civilians
Philippines says militants shot dead at least 16 civilians

Military presence is heightened in Iligan City and Marawi City after President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of martial law in Mindanao. Ms Clinton has since joined many people on social media to criticise Mr Duterte, who has also carried out a war on drugs that has left thousands of people dead and rights groups say may be a crime against hu...

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  • United Kingdom lowers threat level as Manchester bomber photos released
United Kingdom lowers threat level as Manchester bomber photos released

A severe threat still means an attack is "highly likely", according to the scale set by Britain's Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre. Along with the 11 suspects in United Kingdom custody, police in Libya have detained Abedi's father and brother.

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  • ICJ order on Jadhav binding on Pakistan
ICJ order on Jadhav binding on Pakistan

The Nation argued that the ICJ's have no jurisdiction in the case and its intevention was unnecessary as under a 2008 bilateral treaty, the right to consular access can be disregarded in the matters of national security. The verdict a matter of great relief for people of the country, he said. The ICJ on Thursday allowed India's petition that...

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  • United Kingdom resumes sharing intelligence with U.S. after Manchester attack leaks
United Kingdom resumes sharing intelligence with U.S. after Manchester attack leaks

Meanwhile, the father and brother of suicide bomber Salman Abedi were arrested in Libya. German police said Abedi made a brief stopover at Dusseldorf Airport, while a Turkish official said he had transited through Istanbul airport without saying where he was travelling from.

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  • Ariana Grande Plans To Hold Benefit Concert Following Manchester Arena Bombing
Ariana Grande Plans To Hold Benefit Concert Following Manchester Arena Bombing

Libyan officials said he and his brother Hashem belonged to IS, while their father Ramadan once belonged to a now-disbanded militant group with alleged ties to Al-Qaeda. Operation Temperer, which involved the deployment of troops on patrol alongside police, will be wound down on Monday night, at the end of the bank holiday weekend.

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  • Manchester Bomber Called Mom Before Attack
Manchester Bomber Called Mom Before Attack

But on Thursday the leaks continued, culminating in a New York Times article which included detailed forensic pictures of the crime scene outside the Manchester Arena , including the remains of the bag that Abedi used. News.com.au reported on Thursday that Salman's younger brother Hashem was arrested in Libya's capital Tripoli on Tuesday n...

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  • Trump Tells Allies He Plans to Remove US From Paris Climate Agreement
Trump Tells Allies He Plans to Remove US From Paris Climate Agreement

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it was "very hard, very unsatisfactory to have a whole discussion about climate change , with six G7 leaders against one". He had previously threatened to pull out. The White House did not immediately respond to media requests for comment. Merkel on Saturday labeled the result of the "six against one" dis...

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  • Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies
Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

On Friday, the Washington Post reported that Kushner had proposed secret back-channel communications with Russian Federation. Tillerson was sworn in on February 1. In another development, The New York Times reported Friday that Oleg Deripaska, a Russian once close to Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort, has offered to cooperate with ...

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  • British police stop sharing Manchester attack info with the USA after leaks
British police stop sharing Manchester attack info with the USA after leaks

But, she added, "I can say that they are perfectly clear about the situation and that it shouldn't happen again". "There is no relationship we cherish more than the "special relationship" between the United States and the United Kingdom". British authorities identified Salman Abedi as the bomber who was responsible for Monday's explosion in Manc...

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  • Ariana Grande Announces Benefit Concert for Manchester in a Letter to Fans
Ariana Grande Announces Benefit Concert for Manchester in a Letter to Fans

British officials have confirmed he had recently returned from Libya and the officers said police needed information about his movements from May 18 when he returned to Britain. "But I grew up in Ireland, so bombs did go off there and life does go on". Grande also said "my heart, prayers and deepest condolences are with the victims of the Manches...

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  • Marking difference with U.S., France urges dialogue with Iran
Marking difference with U.S., France urges dialogue with Iran

Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia resulted in the signing of 380 billion dollars' worth of deals, 110 billion of which was specifically devoted to arms sales. so we could pass more accurate judgments". What's more, at the time the Obama administration said they were able to get the Iranians to negotiate because the U.S.

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  • Manchester Bombing: British Police Release New Photos of Suspect Salman Abedi
Manchester Bombing: British Police Release New Photos of Suspect Salman Abedi

Police have issued a photograph of Abedi, a 22-year-old Briton born to Libyan parents, taken on Monday night before he blew himself up and said they believed he had assembled his bomb in an apartment in the city centre. The Prime Minister also sanctioned Operation Temperer, allowing the military to be deployed to protect key sites, and the Changing...

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