• Ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Naushera sector for second time on Sunday
Ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Naushera sector for second time on Sunday

COAS also hailed Kashmiris on both sides of the LOC for their determination against Indian brutalities and reiterated that Pakistan shall continue its support for the right of self-determination to our Kashmiris brothers in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

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  • May seeks to rally party lawmakers behind her leadership
May seeks to rally party lawmakers behind her leadership

A stream of Conservative lawmakers walked into 10 Downing St. on Sunday to learn if they had been promoted, demoted or kept in their posts. Mrs May's weakened position in the House of Commons as a result of losing her majority has fuelled speculation the Tories would be forced to soften their stance on Brexit.

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  • Trump responds to Comey testimony as fallout continues
Trump responds to Comey testimony as fallout continues

The early morning tweet was Trump's first response to Comey's testimony Thursday before a Senate committee in which he accused the president of lies and defamation. Comey also told the Senate panel that Trump asked for his "loyalty", a request that some argue would put the independence of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in qu...

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  • Saudi, allies terrorism list 'baseless'
Saudi, allies terrorism list 'baseless'

Trump's comments came after his top diplomat Rex Tillerson appealed to Saudi Arabia and its regional allies to ease their blockade of Qatar, saying it is hindering U.S. The crisis started Monday when those four countries cut diplomatic ties and closed all land, sea and air borders with Qatar. So far, European countries have largely stayed on th...

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  • Iran Arrests Terrorist Cell in Tehran Suburb
Iran Arrests Terrorist Cell in Tehran Suburb

The attackers had entered Iran at some point past year, the ministry said without providing precise dates. Six more people were arrested in Iran's western province of Kurdistan in connection with the recent terrorist attacks in Tehran , a judicial official said, Tasnim reported.

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  • You tell us: the Conservatives lost their majority. Now what?
You tell us: the Conservatives lost their majority. Now what?

Fair play to the old boy, he said: "Send this one to Wenger!" May also promised her government will "keep our nation safe and secure", after recent attacks in London and Manchester, by "cracking down on the ideology of Islamist extremism and all those who support it and giving the police and the authorities the powers they need to keep our co...

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  • PM May to visit Palace to ask to form govt
PM May to visit Palace to ask to form govt

The Scottish National Party won 35 seats, the Liberal Democrats won 12 and the Democratic Unionist Party won 10. The Democratic Unionist Party, which increased its representation at Westminster from eight to 10, signalled it was ready to discuss working with the Tories on issues such as Brexit and keeping the United Kingdom together.

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  • Jeff Sessions to testify: Focus of Russian Federation probe shifts to attorney general
Jeff Sessions to testify: Focus of Russian Federation probe shifts to attorney general

Jeff Sessions will appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.in a hearing that will be open to the public. Jeff Sessions will testify tomorrow to the Senate Intelligence Committee and he may have to answer questions raised by last week's testimony from James Comey .

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  • UK election ends in hung parliament: What happens now?
UK election ends in hung parliament: What happens now?

The Labour MP, who has been a critic of leader Jeremy Corbyn , said he recognised the party ran an "effective campaign" but a Conservative prime minister now sits in No 10. "She should consider her position". However, the PM has insisted that she plans to remain in office. "She's attempting to form a government", Corbyn told the Mirror.

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  • States will have to bear farm loan waivers: FM
States will have to bear farm loan waivers: FM

Through its decision to waive the loans of all the small landholders with immediate effect, the State Government prepared the ground for small farmers to take fresh loans from banks. Experts say many farm commodities are trading below support prices set by the government. Group of Ministers will also hold discussions with various political parties ...

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  • Labour sends out mixed messages over Brexit
Labour sends out mixed messages over Brexit

See The Guardian. EU sources say it will take 12 months for the EU to change negotiating guidelines about the phased negotiations (first divorce bill, citizens' rights and Irish border, second future relationship), which PM Theresa May has rejected, as she wants the talks about the withdrawal agreement and the future relationship conducted simult...

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  • Ex-FBI director Comey to testify June 8 before Senate committee
Ex-FBI director Comey to testify June 8 before Senate committee

The President could possibly invoke some form of executive privilege - which is created to keep sensitive decision-making processes involving the President secret - to stop Comey from testifying. The fact that he has publicly admitted to having conversations with Comey would likely prove problematic for him. Three close associates of three conten...

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  • Theresa May's two closest aides step down amid poll setback
Theresa May's two closest aides step down amid poll setback

May's room for maneuver has been eroded by the election drubbing which saw the Conservatives lose their majority in Parliament, and she has kept many ministers in their jobs. Senior members of the ruling Conservative party had reportedly made the departure of Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill a condition of allowing May to stay on after losing her ...

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  • European Union hints that Brexit talks may not start on time
European Union hints that Brexit talks may not start on time

With opinion polls showing the Conservatives had a commanding lead over the opposition Labour Party, May called an early election in hopes of increasing her majority in Parliament and strengthening her position in Brexit negotiations. It came as her most senior minister Damian Green confirmed that the Queen's Speech, due to set out the Govern...

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  • Donald Trump's Best Defense:
Donald Trump's Best Defense: "I'm Ignorant"

But yesterday showed no collusion, no obstruction. While disputing Comey's testimony , Trump castigated the entire hearing as "just an excuse" to blame their election loss on a false narrative about Russian Federation. Taken together these facts certainly give us the actus reus of the crime - they are the acts which taken together constitute t...

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  • A Brexit strategy for a weak United Kingdom govt
A Brexit strategy for a weak United Kingdom govt

However, it should be noted that the market has been slow of late for many other reasons, such as inflation overtaking wage growth, changes in buy to let lending regulations and the impact of additional stamp duty taxes. The PM's spokesman told reporters it was not for him to confirm the date - which has been in the Queen's diary since April - an...

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  • India seal spot in Champions Trophy knockouts with win over South Africa
India seal spot in Champions Trophy knockouts with win over South Africa

Our bowling was alright i feel we could have done a whole lot better but they batted well and took their time. "It's just the way we played in this tournament". You can't just be labelled as "death bowler" or a swing bowler (in case of Bhuvneshwar Kumar ), whenever you are given the ball, you have to contribute.

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  • DUP and Sinn Fein at loggerheads over Westminster power deal
DUP and Sinn Fein at loggerheads over Westminster power deal

May, who is trying to wrap up an arrangement with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party that would allow her to lead a government with a majority of votes in the House of Commons, moved to demonstrate that she understands the frustration within her own ranks following the election.

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  • China auto sales shrink 2.6 pct in May, SUVs up 13.5 pct
China auto sales shrink 2.6 pct in May, SUVs up 13.5 pct

China's auto market recorded 13.7 percent growth in sales a year ago after the government halved the purchase tax on vehicles with engines of 1.6 liters or below to 5 percent to stimulate demand. Purchases of SUVs rose 13.5 per cent, helping to offset a 9.3 per cent plunge in sedan sales. It said Cadillac sales rose 65 percent to 14,154. Having ...

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  • Secret Service says it has no tapes of Trump's White House conversations
Secret Service says it has no tapes of Trump's White House conversations

If there are audio tapes of conversations between President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey , the Secret Service doesn't have them, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. "Lordy, I hope there are tapes", Comey quipped. The Journal noted that past presidents have had the Secret Service manage White House recordings.

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