• Iran's Parliament Speaker calls US international version of ISIS
Iran's Parliament Speaker calls US international version of ISIS

Iran's state TV is reporting that the country's authorities have arrested seven suspects for supporting the Islamic State-claimed dual attacks that killed 17 people in Tehran . Until now, terror in Iran had been visited inside its borders by radical Iranian opposition organizations, or by separatist groups. In similar comments following the ...

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  • 'I can still be Prime Minister': Corbyn
'I can still be Prime Minister': Corbyn

But in a twist just before midnight on Saturday, sources said that account of the talks had been issued in error and the DUP had not yet reached any agreement with the Tories. However, this too risks a party revolt but this time by those of her backbenchers who will be reluctant to defy the will of the electorate that gave the clearest of messa...

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  • Theresa May working to form a government - Sky sources
Theresa May working to form a government - Sky sources

As usual in British politics, legendary wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill was evoked: "The loyalties which center upon [the leader] are enormous..." he wrote, but "if he is no good, he must be poleaxed". Theresa May's bid to do a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party to save her premiership has been plunged into uncertainty. Now, if Th...

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  • Sandeep Dikshit Apologises For Reffering To Army Chief As Gali Ka Gunda
Sandeep Dikshit Apologises For Reffering To Army Chief As Gali Ka Gunda

He said that someone from the media told him that a Congress leader has made comments against the Army chief. After facing public and political backlash, Sandeep Dikhsit had apologised for his comments against the Army Chief on Sunday itself.

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  • DUP agrees principles to 'confidence and supply' deal with Tories
DUP agrees principles to 'confidence and supply' deal with Tories

Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Conservatives in Scotland, told the BBC she had words with May over the DUP's record on LGBT rights. "They (the DUP) would perhaps support them (the Conservatives) in a budget and the Queen's Speech, but allow themselves the flexibility to take different positions to the Conservative Party if it's in the interes...

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  • May meets with Queen to form coalition government with Northern Ireland's DUP
May meets with Queen to form coalition government with Northern Ireland's DUP

The tone of Brexit talks, expected to begin in just 10 days, are now up in the air. What is a hung Parliament? The 2017 intake has surpassed 200, outnumbering the 196 women elected to the House of Commons in the last Parliament after the 2015 election and subsequent by-elections.

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  • Ivanka: Trump feels 'vindicated' and 'incredibly optimistic' after Comey's testimony
Ivanka: Trump feels 'vindicated' and 'incredibly optimistic' after Comey's testimony

Trump's lawyer Marc Kasowitz said: "The president never, in form, or substance, directed or suggested that Mr. Comey stop investigating anyone, including suggestions that Mr. Speaking to reporters a day after Mr Comey testified to the Senate intelligence panel, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said it was "beyond the pale" that Mr Trump had...

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  • Ex-minister: May is a 'dead woman walking'
Ex-minister: May is a 'dead woman walking'

The threat of a leadership challenge from inside her own party hangs over her head - a threat vividly underlined Sunday when her former colleague-turned-nemesis George Osborne labeled her a " dead woman walking ". Mr Biagi, who is himself gay, was the SNP's Minister for Local Government and Community Empowerment from November 2014 to May past year....

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  • Theresa May's Conservatives in disarray, but still in power
Theresa May's Conservatives in disarray, but still in power

DUP leader Arlene Foster said she and Mrs May would speak further to "explore how it may be possible to bring stability to this nation at this time of great challenge". "I and other colleagues have made that clear to her". Michael Fallon, the Defense Secretary who, for now, remains loyal, served notice Sunday that the PM had to start being more c...

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  • Prominent Trump supporters are pushing for firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller
Prominent Trump supporters are pushing for firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller

The first is that because Comey confirmed last Thursday that Trump wasn't personally under investigation during the early weeks of his presidency - before Comey's firing - there's no good reason for Mueller's investigation to continue.

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  • Olivier Giroud exhausted of
Olivier Giroud exhausted of "tedious" criticism by France fans

Giroud achieved the tally with some aplomb, scoring a spectacular volley from the edge of the box in France's 2-1 defeat in Sweden. Arsenal forward Giroud - who has six goals in his past four internationals - is set to face England in a friendly in Paris on Tuesday.

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  • Donald Trump offers 'warm support' to Theresa May after poll setback
Donald Trump offers 'warm support' to Theresa May after poll setback

As rumors swirled about plots to oust May, Johnson denied he was planning a leadership challenge. The Mail On Sunday reported that Johnson was preparing a leadership bid, with a close ally saying it was "go, go, go", adding: "We need Bojo".

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  • Six big moments from the June 8 James Comey hearing
Six big moments from the June 8 James Comey hearing

Comey took notes on their conversations because he anxious the president "might lie" later. It was a riveting, televised portrait of President Donald Trump , one unrivaled in recent memory for its potential to undermine a presidency. Instead, some supportive GOP lawmakers simply argued that Trump's action were a result of well-meaning inexperie...

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  • Angela Merkel congratulates Macron, calls election result
Angela Merkel congratulates Macron, calls election result "strong vote for reforms"

The conservative Republicans and their allies are predicted to win between 80-100 seats, the Socialist Party's coalition 30-40 and Jean-Luc Melenchon's left-wing La France insoumise (Unbowed France ) party and Communist party allies 10-20.

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  • Sabzar's killing: Tense situation prevails in Kashmir
Sabzar's killing: Tense situation prevails in Kashmir

Curfew-like restrictions have been imposed in several areas of Srinagar to prevent protests and clashes. The mobile internet services remained suspended in the Valley for second consecutive day while mobile phone connectivity in south Kashmir was affected.

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  • Back to back champs
Back to back champs

Nashville responded by pulling their netminder in a desperate bid to get an equalizer and force overtime, but the move backfired, with Carl Hagelin scoring into the empty net on a breakaway. It, too, failed to generate a goal. As a 22-year-old rookie, Matt Murray took Marc-Andre Fleury's starting goalie job in Pittsburgh last year and ran to...

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  • Theresa May to form Govt
Theresa May to form Govt

There's two ways that a leadership contest can be triggered in the Conservative party - one of them being that the leader resigns. The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. May insisted she would not be deflected from delivering her vision of a clean Brexit, while working to overhaul the United Kingdom economy and crack down on terrorism - a refe...

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  • Labour could be on course for shock election victory
Labour could be on course for shock election victory

The Conservatives have made an official complaint to the BBC after the debate about the "biased" audience in the leaders' debate and warned there must be no repeat when May and Corbyn appear on a Question Time special . The tone was set from the get-go, when Mrs May was asked whether the public should trust anything she says given her "track r...

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  • 6 takeaways from the UK's general election
6 takeaways from the UK's general election

British Prime Minister Theresa May secured a deal to prop up her minority government on Saturday after a botched election gamble that damaged her and plunged Britain into political crisis days before the start of talks on leaving the European Union.

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  • Britain's May brings back foe, aiming to unite party before Brexit
Britain's May brings back foe, aiming to unite party before Brexit

Her Conservatives struck an outline deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) for support on key legislation, a humiliating outcome for them after an election meant to make them a dominant force. As for his plans for the Labour party in the meantime, Corbyn suggested he would provide an olive branch to his critics and said ...

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