• Fresh court blow for Trump's revised ban
Fresh court blow for Trump's revised ban

A ruling Monday, June 12, 2017, from a unanimous three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit on Monday upheld a block on Trump's executive order that sought a 90-day travel ban to the U.S. In March, a federal court in Maryland blocked key parts of Trump's immigration ban. The 9th Circuit said he was requi...

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  • Sessions testifies about Russian Federation meetings in Senate hearing
Sessions testifies about Russian Federation meetings in Senate hearing

Sessions removed himself from involvement any probe into alleged Russian meddling in the elections in March, but maintained he did nothing wrong by failing to disclose that he met past year with Russia's ambassador. Sessions' appearance before the intelligence committee is an indication of just how much the Russian Federation investigation has ...

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  • Activist Probing Ivanka Shoe Supplier Detained In China
Activist Probing Ivanka Shoe Supplier Detained In China

Meanwhile, as The Guardian notes, Donald Trump "repeatedly bashed China for taking American jobs on the campaign trial but has since cosied up to President Xi Jinping". CLW said Mr Hua was detained in Jiangxi province on suspicion of illegally using eavesdropping equipment but that this allegation had "no factual basis".

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  • May to form new government with help of DUP
May to form new government with help of DUP

But it would at least give them what May never would until now: a real chance to choose the kind of Brexit they want. " Labour voters have been saying to us they have been let down by Labour". It seems that the headlines are going to be the same with the name May replaced for Ed Heath. Katie Perrior, who quit as May's communications chief ...

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  • Bill Cosby jury to hear more of his deposition testimony
Bill Cosby jury to hear more of his deposition testimony

Jurors at the court in Norristown, Pennsylvania, were put on the case at about 5.30pm local time and met for about four hours before being sent home late on Monday night, with deliberations resuming in the morning. When McMonagle urged jurors to view the alleged sexual encounter between her husband and Constand as part of a year-long romance, Cam...

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  • 'No time to lose', European Union warns Theresa May on Brexit talks
'No time to lose', European Union warns Theresa May on Brexit talks

A stony-faced May, speaking on the doorstep of her official Downing Street residence, said the government would provide certainty and lead Britain in talks with the European Union to secure a successful Brexit deal. On the one hand, a weakened Conservative prime minister might not have the power to resist calls from some within the party who want t...

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  • Names of inmates sought in Georgia released
Names of inmates sought in Georgia released

The inmates were last seen in a dark green Honda, WSB reported. The names of the prison guards weren't immediately released. The Georgia Department of Corrections in a tweet identified the inmates as 43-year-old Donnie Russell Rowe and 24-year-old Ricky Dubose.

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  • What the UK's general election result may mean for Brexit
What the UK's general election result may mean for Brexit

In throwing away her majority on an early election, May has lost control of the Conservative Party , Parliament , her policy manifesto and Brexit . Speaking Friday morning by phone on Germany's Deutschlandfunk radio, Oettinger said the European Union is prepared to stick to the negotiation timetable but that it would take a few hours at leas...

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  • Davidson: SNP must scrap plans for second indyref
Davidson: SNP must scrap plans for second indyref

It still remains the biggest party in Scotland, with 35 seats. "The first part of that is to persuade Theresa May that clinging to Downing Street is not a sensible idea". "If the Tories in Scotland have genuinely changed their view on Brexit then I'd be very pleased". In a curious reversal of 2015, when the SNP took 40 Scottish seats includin...

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  • Global Potassium Sulphate Market 2017 - Business Attractiveness and Forecast to 2021
Global Potassium Sulphate Market 2017 - Business Attractiveness and Forecast to 2021

It studies the market's trajectory between forecast periods. On the basis of application , the global Robotic Parking Systems market is segmented into Commercial, Residential, Other. In the end, the report includes Industrial Sugar new project SWOT analysis , investment feasibility analysis , investment return analysis , and development tre...

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  • Battered Lions opt for new captain Jones
Battered Lions opt for new captain Jones

Will they be good enough to beat the Crusaders at AMI Stadium in a match described already as the unofficial fourth test? Boss Scott Robertson has rejected as mere "hype" suggestions the Lions' defeat to the Blues sets them up for a miserable run in New Zealand.

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  • MP MLA booked for inciting people to set ablaze police station
MP MLA booked for inciting people to set ablaze police station

The Madhya Pradesh Police on Tuesday lodged an FIR against Congress leader and Karera MLA Shakuntala Khatik for inciting party workers to violence during the last week's farmer protests . " Thaaney mein aag lagaa do (set the police station on fire)", she said in the video. The leaders and the crowd had gathered to protest against the death ...

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  • Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif to visit Saudi Arabia amid Gulf crisis
Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif to visit Saudi Arabia amid Gulf crisis

Meanwhile, Russia, too, has voiced readiness to increase its exports of agricultural products to Qatar . Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain and Egypt cut links with Qatar last Monday. He added that the countries which had imposed sanctions would also lose money because of the damage to business in the region. Turkey's parl...

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  • United Kingdom election results add to Brexit uncertainties
United Kingdom election results add to Brexit uncertainties

The American left, like its British counterpart, has also become increasingly skeptical of unbridled markets . Cabinet Office Minister Ben Gummer was one of a number of Conservative ministers who lost their seats in a Labour fightback, leaving vacancies to be filled in a reshuffle.

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  • Led Coalition Begins Offensive to Liberate Raqqa From Daesh
Led Coalition Begins Offensive to Liberate Raqqa From Daesh

SDF commander Abu Adel said his forces aim "as much as possible to spare the civilians and make sure they are not harmed in any way". Turkey has been conducting genocide against the Kurdish since 1984 while the world did nothing. The observatory said the push followed heavy coalition air strikes overnight. The observatory reported that the d...

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  • Reports of secret Tory and Labour talks to achieve softer Brexit
Reports of secret Tory and Labour talks to achieve softer Brexit

The power-sharing executive is the cornerstone of a peace process that ended three decades of violence in Northern Ireland between Catholic Irish nationalists and Protestant British unionists. The uncertainty about the speech laying out the government's legislative program comes as May conducts talks with the Democratic Unionist Party , which is c...

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  • UK election: May apologises to own MPs for election 'mess'
UK election: May apologises to own MPs for election 'mess'

The prime minister said she had tapped experience across the "whole of the Conservative Party " when she appointed Mr Michael Gove, a long-serving cabinet minister who had clashed with Mrs May when she was home secretary, as agriculture minister.

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  • Eighth London bridge victim 'may have been thrown into the Thames'
Eighth London bridge victim 'may have been thrown into the Thames'

In a statement , authorities said the suspect was arrested on "suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorist acts". He was stopped at an Italian airport on his way to Syria past year and was put on an EU-wide database but was not prosecuted, reports say.

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  • Creative Industries Federation asks Government to rethink Brexit following election
Creative Industries Federation asks Government to rethink Brexit following election

The comments came after a weekend of drama that cost May her two closest aides as criticism mounted over the prime minister's missteps in an election she had hoped would strengthen her parliamentary authority before looming Brexit talks with Brussels.

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  • United Kingdom employers not prepared for post-Brexit immigration changes
United Kingdom employers not prepared for post-Brexit immigration changes

This was confirmed by the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel who believes Britain would stick to the timetable for talks due to begin on June 19. "But obviously while also asserting the interests of the 27 member states that will make up the European Union in future", she underlined.

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