• Scottish Premier sees independence in 2025
Scottish Premier sees independence in 2025

But polling commissioned by the Scottish Labour Party suggests most voters think the SNP's real priority is independence. Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will be campaigning in East Lothian, one of the seats her party is hoping to win back from the SNP.

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  • Mandsaur incident: Agitation continues, protestors set vehicles on fire
Mandsaur incident: Agitation continues, protestors set vehicles on fire

Six battalions were sent on Tuesday to assist police. Three successive years of drought have pushed farmers into poverty, and hundreds have killed themselves because they were unable to pay off debts. Swatantra Kumar Singh's appeal that strict action will be taken against concerned SHO also failed to appease the farmers. A toll tax plaza at Man...

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  • Two of Three London Attackers Named by British Police
Two of Three London Attackers Named by British Police

London police said all 12 people held since the attack late Saturday from the Barking neighborhood in the east of the city have been freed without charge. "While our pain will never diminish, it is important for us all to carry on with our lives in direct opposition to those who wish to destroy us and remember that hatred is the refuge of smal...

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  • Senate clears way for new sanctions on Iran
Senate clears way for new sanctions on Iran

If confirmed, this attack would be the jihadist organization's first in Iran, according to The Guardian The terrorist group adheres to a bastardized version of Sunni Islam, and it considers Shiite Muslims - Iran's majority religion - apostates.

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  • Woman accused of urging boyfriend to kill himself goes on trial
Woman accused of urging boyfriend to kill himself goes on trial

Prosecutors showed texts from Carter to Eithier describing how her boyfriend suffered from depression, and told her she was anxious he wasn't picking up. Later, after he expressed a wish to kill himself, Carter tried to persuade him to do it. Carter's trial is scheduled to start Tuesday. A court in MA has heard the opening statements in...

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  • Trump to Iran: States backing terror risk 'falling victim' themselves
Trump to Iran: States backing terror risk 'falling victim' themselves

Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote on his Twitter account: "Repugnant White House statement". Iran supports Houthi rebels in Yemen and groups that the US considers terrorists, such as the Lebanon-based Hezbollah. The measure also would apply terrorism sanctions to the country's Revolutionary Guards and enforce an arms embargo. It comes amid heightene...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn most tweeted-about leader on campaign trail, analysis reveals
Jeremy Corbyn most tweeted-about leader on campaign trail, analysis reveals

But a final round of opinion polls suggested she would increase the small majority she inherited from David Cameron past year, shortly after the surprise referendum decision to take Britain out of the European Union . "Most of the "fundamentals" in this campaign also favor Theresa May and her party, which is the most trusted party on Brex...

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  • 1 dead in twin attacks on Iran parliament, Khomeini shrine
1 dead in twin attacks on Iran parliament, Khomeini shrine

Deputy Interior Minister Mohammad Hossein Zolfaghari told Iran's state TV the apparently male attackers wore women's attire. Four gunmen dressed as women stormed the parliament building with an ensuing standoff lasting over five hours; one suicide bomber set off an explosive device in the mausoleum.

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  • British Police Search Address In London Bridge Attack Probe
British Police Search Address In London Bridge Attack Probe

The three attackers drove a van from London Bridge into pedestrians then got out and began stabbing people in the attack , which also left 48 people injured. Members of the public and press stand around flowers laid south of London Bridge. The attackers were shot dead by police. THE death toll from the London Bridge attack has risen to e...

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  • Iran minister rejects Trump's reaction to attacks as 'repugnant'
Iran minister rejects Trump's reaction to attacks as 'repugnant'

The Clarion Project said the speakers claimed to represent various Iranian Sunni ethnic groups, such as the Baluchis and Ahvazis, and encouraged Iranian Sunnis to join the group. At least 12 people were killed by the attackers, the head of Iran's emergency department, Pir-Hossein Kolivand, was quoted as saying by state broadcaster IRIB.

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  • ISIS claims deadly attacks on Iran parliament, shrine
ISIS claims deadly attacks on Iran parliament, shrine

Speaking in Berlin, Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said he condemned terrorist attacks wherever they occur, but said there was no evidence that Saudis were behind the attack in Tehran, adding he did not know who was responsible. It said a security guard was killed and that one of the attackers was killed by security guards. In a separate statement, the ...

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  • Woman accused of leak made pro-environment, anti-Trump posts
Woman accused of leak made pro-environment, anti-Trump posts

Victor grew up in Kingsville, Texas, and enlisted in the Air Force after graduating from high school. Neither prosecutors nor Winner's parents have identified the government agency where she worked at the time of her arrest. "From what I've seen of the evidence in this case, based on the Espionage Act, it seems like a compelling case that class...

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  • GOP lawmakers support Trump choice for FBI chief
GOP lawmakers support Trump choice for FBI chief

Wray was a former USA assistant attorney general who represented the governor following the Bridgegate scandal. The selection of Wray comes a day before Comey's highly anticipated hearing with the Senate Intelligence Committee to discuss Russia's alleged interference in last year's presidential election.

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  • Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK Condemns Terrorist Attack in London
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK Condemns Terrorist Attack in London

Road closures continued around the London Bridge area as police and forensic officers searched for evidence, cutting off nearby Southwark Cathedral and forcing its diocesan Pentecost service, to which people from all the south London diocese were due to travel, to be moved a few miles away.

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  • North Korea Apparently Test Fires Land-to-Ship Missiles, South Korea Says
North Korea Apparently Test Fires Land-to-Ship Missiles, South Korea Says

CNN reported that the Pentagon was not expected to release its typical statement about tracking the launches because they were not ballistic missiles capable of posing a long-range threat. Analysts say the latest test appeared to be aimed at keeping up pressures on Moon to wrest concessions. "Basically, this isn't the sort of weapon that North K...

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  • President Trump to Nominate Christopher Wray as FBI Director
President Trump to Nominate Christopher Wray as FBI Director

President Donald Trump is nominating Christopher Wray to take over the role of FBI Director after firing previous FBI Director James Comey last month. Bill Stepien, Christie's former campaign manager and deputy chief of staff, is now the White House political director. Among other things, Wray recently represented New Jersey Gover...

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  • Former FBI chief due to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee
Former FBI chief due to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee

Comey was sacked last month amid his agency's probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians. Press secretary Sean Spicer also left the door open. Trump blocking Comey's testimony would also raise issues because the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director is no longer a government official.

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  • Trump names his pick for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director
Trump names his pick for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Trump said on Twitter Wednesday that he will be nominating Christopher Wray , calling him "a man of impeccable credentials". Wray, a Yale Law School graduate who was working as an attorney in the private sector, previously served as assistant attorney general under President George W.

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  • Ossoff Passes on CNN Debate in Georgia House Race
Ossoff Passes on CNN Debate in Georgia House Race

Tonight the candidates debate for the first time . NPR's Brian Naylor reports from Atlanta . At one point in the debate, Handel called out Ossoff on the fact that he can not cast a ballot for himself because he does not live in the 6th Congressional District.

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  • Two of the Three London Suspects Identified
Two of the Three London Suspects Identified

May, under fire because of three major attacks in Britain in the last three months, said Corbyn wasn't fit to safeguard Britain's security at a time of heightened threat. Irish police declined to comment on the report . According to Lamas, the victim was with two friends who said they were American doctors living in London .

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