• United Kingdom prime minister insists she is staying put
United Kingdom prime minister insists she is staying put

On Brexit, Corbyn said he wanted "tariff-free access to the European market" and to maintain membership of key European agencies, as well as European Convention on Human Rights and European Court of Human Rights but he confirmed he would press ahead with leaving the EU if he became prime minister.

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  • Diego Costa still waiting for Chelsea´s decision
Diego Costa still waiting for Chelsea´s decision

I have a contract with Chelsea and they are the ones who know what they will do with me. Diego Costa believes he needs to leave Chelsea because manager Antonio Conte won't give him a "fair" chance. However, there was concern over his focus after speculation linked him heavily with a move to the Chinese Super League in January, with Cros...

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  • United Kingdom could stay in single market after all, Brexit secretary suggests
United Kingdom could stay in single market after all, Brexit secretary suggests

The other Brexit slogan she kept repeating during the campaign was that "no deal is better than a bad deal". On Friday, May revealed an effort to form a minority government by seeking the support of the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland, which won at least 10 seats on Thursday and has supported Britain's efforts to leave the EU.

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  • Alex Neil: SNP focus on indyref2 hurt party at election
Alex Neil: SNP focus on indyref2 hurt party at election

The SNP did more than lose a few seats (21 in total, down to 35 from 56 seats in 2015). A number of SNP big beasts were defenestrated, including former first minster Alex Salmond and deputy leader Angus Robertson . Ruth Wishart in The Guardian agrees with the First Minister's assessment, saying the result was more "generally attributed to th...

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  • Tanak takes his first WRC win in Italy
Tanak takes his first WRC win in Italy

He had gearbox issues on Friday morning, losing second gear, which cost him time , before winning his first stage of the weekend on the final stage of the loop despite the problems. Hayden Paddon during Rally Italia Sardegna. However, the race again went awry for the pair after Paddon clipped a wall and went wide on a right hander in similar cir...

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  • Valley under shut down as Hurriyat calls march to Tral
Valley under shut down as Hurriyat calls march to Tral

Kashmir Valley remains tense on the second day after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen's commander Sabzar Bhat and his associate in Tral area of South Kashmir. Armed police and paramilitary soldiers on Sunday patrolled deserted streets and ordered residents indoors in the region's main city of Srinagar and other towns to stop anti-India protests.

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  • MP: Curfew lifted from Mandsaur, prohibitory orders to continue
MP: Curfew lifted from Mandsaur, prohibitory orders to continue

Madhya Pradesh is a temple to me and its people are my God. Claiming that the majority of the population in Madhya Pradesh is dependent on farming, Chouhan earlier in the day said that the state can not progress without farmers. The U-turn - Singh had initially denied that police had fired on the protesters - triggered a barrage of criticism from...

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  • Kuwait Says Qatar Is 'Willing' to Hold Dialogue With Gulf States
Kuwait Says Qatar Is 'Willing' to Hold Dialogue With Gulf States

Shortly after imposing a naval blockade in the immediate aftermath of the Qatar diplomatic crisis, one which left the small Gulf nation not only politically isolated and with severed ties to its neighbors but potentially locked out of maritime trade and crippling its oil and LNG exports, on Tuesday SkyNews Arabia reported that Saudi Arabia ha...

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  • Tehran terror attack mastermind killed
Tehran terror attack mastermind killed

The two attacks have been claimed by the Islamic State and they have vowed to increase their targets. "Last year, they returned to Iran.to carry out terrorist attacks in the holy cities of Iran", the ministry added in a statement on state news agency IRNA .

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  • No-one has right to 'blockade' my country, says Qatar foreign minister
No-one has right to 'blockade' my country, says Qatar foreign minister

Khalifa Hifter, who has the backing of Egypt and the UAE amid that country's chaos. "Each (of the four countries) reaffirms their respective commitment to the pursuit of individuals and groups perpetuating acts of terror, regionally and globally", the statement added.

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  • Philippines President Duterte says
Philippines President Duterte says "Never asked for US Support"

At least 20 civilians and around 138 terrorists have also died. Marawi has more than 200,000 people and nearly the same number fled the city as a result of the fierce gun battle between 400 heavily armed terrorists and thousands of Philippines foot soldiers.

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  • Boris Johnson denies plot to topple UK PM
Boris Johnson denies plot to topple UK PM

But Johnson said he backed May. Earlier on Saturday Ms May lost her two closest aides. May is due to meet with Conservative lawmakers in parliament . But after a poor campaign and an unexpectedly stiff challenge from the opposition Labour Party under leader Jeremy Corbyn , her plan went disastrously wrong, leaving her unable to form a susta...

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  • Senate Committee Questions Intel
Senate Committee Questions Intel

Prior to the hearing, The Washington Post reported on Tuesday night that Trump asked Coats and CIA Director Mike Pompeo in March to intervene and persuade the FBI to back off its investigation into Michael Flynn's ties to Russian Federation.

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

It was classic bravado from the Philippines' tough-guy president, Rodrigo Duterte . The president rejected the overture. Lieutenant-Colonel Jo-Ar Herrera, spokesman for the Task Force Marawi, said the Americans were providing only "technical support" in the battle and were not involved in the physical fight.

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  • London Bridge attackers 'may have planned siege'
London Bridge attackers 'may have planned siege'

The belts were strapped to the 3 men as they mowed down pedestrians on the Bridge, then went to a nearby restaurant and stabbed numerous people. The attackers , identified as Khuram Butt , Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba, were fatally shot by police.

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  • British PM warned over risk to Irish peace of government deal
British PM warned over risk to Irish peace of government deal

The DUP is similar to the "religious right" in the United States and takes a hard-line stance on social issues, such as same-sex marriage and abortion. But Osborne, who is now the editor of London's Evening Standard newspaper, downplayed the prospect. That's 14% lower than its level on the day of the Brexit referendum almost a year ago.

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  • European politicians hope for softer Brexit following the UK's General Election result
European politicians hope for softer Brexit following the UK's General Election result

Conservative legislator Nigel Evans said the departure of the two aides was "a start", but there needed to be changes to the way the government functioned in the wake of the campaign. This, in effect, will be a vote of confidence in Theresa May's government and the first test of any deal with the DUP. In a resignation statement on the Conservativ...

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  • Tunisia Is Latest Arab Country To Ban 'Wonder Woman' Over Gal Gadot
Tunisia Is Latest Arab Country To Ban 'Wonder Woman' Over Gal Gadot

Jordan also is considering a ban on the film due to Gadot's Israeli military service, and has temporarily banned screening until its culture review committee makes a final decision. "Boycotting the film only shows weakness and fear", added Mordechai. Estimates peg Wonder Woman's second opening weekend at $57,180,000, which marks only a 44.6% ...

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  • Cavs rely on survival mentality to extend Finals
Cavs rely on survival mentality to extend Finals

The Cavaliers , who beat the Warriors in a decisive seventh game previous year after trailing 3-1, are now trying to become the first National Basketball Association team to rally back from a 3-0 series deficit. Curry's play in last year's playoffs became a hot topic of debate, both during them and long after they were completed. "One quarter,...

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  • Passenger 'Terrorist' conversation leads to emergency flight diversion
Passenger 'Terrorist' conversation leads to emergency flight diversion

Whatever they said anxious at least one passenger listening in, who informed the flight crew of what authorities would later describe as a possible "terrorist conversation". Six other flights were redirected after the landing, the Cologne Bonn airport said in a statement . However, the three arrested passengers were later released after police...

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