• Rosenstein Says He Won't Fire Special Counsel Unless There's Good Cause
Rosenstein Says He Won't Fire Special Counsel Unless There's Good Cause

However, the White House spokesman Sean Spicer said that Ruddy "never spoke with President regarding this issue". Newsmax Media Chief Executive Officer Christopher Ruddy made the comments on the eve of testimony at the Senate Intelligence Committee by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions over the Trump-Russia probe.

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  • Trump to Host South Korean Counterpart
Trump to Host South Korean Counterpart

The drone was found in a South Korean border town last Friday and South Korean investigators have discovered hundreds of photos in its Sony-made camera, a Defense Ministry official said, requesting anonymity because of department rules.

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  • Settlement, Soft Coup, Realignment or Regional War: 4 Scenarios for Qatar Crisis
Settlement, Soft Coup, Realignment or Regional War: 4 Scenarios for Qatar Crisis

Kuwait's ruling emir has traveled to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar to try and mediate the crisis that began June 5. The proposal - described as the biggest airlift of cattle ever attempted - comes as Qatar moves rapidly to open an air and sea bridge via Iran , Turkey and port facilities in Oman.

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  • Boris Johnson Denies Plot to Topple UK PM May
Boris Johnson Denies Plot to Topple UK PM May

With 649 of 650 seats declared, the Conservatives had won 318 seats. But the DUP may not completely agree with May's call for a " hard Brexit " stance in its impending negotiations with the European Union , meaning that the divorce proceedings could be even more messy than anticipated, adding further uncertainty to a country contending with ...

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  • Which airports are rated the worst in the world?
Which airports are rated the worst in the world?

Britain's ageing airport facilities, poor design and delays have contributed to three of them being voted into the bottom 10 in the world, according to a study published 13 June. Clearly some airports are struggling to accommodate rising numbers of passengers, with a record 268m people passing through United Kingdom air terminals past year.

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  • North Korea expecting visit from former NBAer Dennis Rodman
North Korea expecting visit from former NBAer Dennis Rodman

In this January 8, 2014 photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , left, talks with former NBA player Dennis Rodman , right, as they watch an exhibition basketball game at an indoor stadium in Pyongyang.

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  • Gulf crisis: PM returns home after talks with Saudi King
Gulf crisis: PM returns home after talks with Saudi King

Later this week, the Foreign Secretary will hold talks with the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates , and urge them to ease tensions and enter mediation. "The state of Qatar has not taken any steps regarding the inhabitants on its territories, who are the citizens of brotherly and friendly countries which have cu...

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  • DUP head: Talks with UK Conservatives going well
DUP head: Talks with UK Conservatives going well

Prime Minister Theresa May is in a weakened position after losing her parliamentary majority in last week's snap election , leaving her vulnerable to both hardliners and moderates in her party. "The UK has had a reputation, earned over the generations, for stability and predictability in its government", said a senior executive at a multi-nation...

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  • Senate heads toward showdown vote on Saudi arms sale
Senate heads toward showdown vote on Saudi arms sale

Recent reports suggest that the Senate is likely to vote on Trump's Saudi arms deal after 2 pm Eastern Time this Tuesday in a roll call on U.S. participation in the Saudi-United Arab Emirates war and blockade on Yemen, which has pushed Yemen to the brink of famine, with millions of human beings at risk of starvation.

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  • Corbyn hails
Corbyn hails "gains in every nation and region" despite party's third defeat

On the eve of the British election on Thursday, Nate Silver and Harry Enten of FiveThirtyEight offered three equally probable outcomes for the contest: 1) a landslide win for Theresa May's ruling Conservatives, 2) a narrower win for the same, or 3) a hung parliament with no party garnering a majority but the Conservatives remaining the largest ...

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  • Trump Again Refutes Comey's Claims
Trump Again Refutes Comey's Claims

Comey on Thursday told a Senate committee investigating Russian meddling in USA elections that Trump had asked him drop the case against Flynn in a one-on-one conversation in the Oval Office in February, the day after Flynn was sacked. In response to Comey's stunning testimony , Trump and his lawyer have staked out an incoherent position. ...

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  • United Kingdom vote a gamble that could complicate Brexit: Europe leaders
United Kingdom vote a gamble that could complicate Brexit: Europe leaders

But he warned that time was running out to reach an agreement which could be approved by all 27 remaining governments within the two-year deadline set out in Article 50 of the European Union treaties. The country could be plunged into uncertainty for weeks as Theresa May seeks to form a government, after her Conservative party lost its overall majo...

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  • Secret Service says they have no Comey tapes
Secret Service says they have no Comey tapes

He said the president had pressured him to drop a probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn , whom Mr Trump fired for misleading the White House over contacts with Moscow's ambassador. The lawyers also plan to send a complaint to the Senate judiciary committee raising questions about Mr Comey's previous testimony to that pa...

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  • United Kingdom leader holding alliance talks with NIreland party chief
United Kingdom leader holding alliance talks with NIreland party chief

LONDON-Prime Minister Theresa May addressed Conservative lawmakers for the first time since last week's election and sought to convince them that she would take the party out of the "mess" she created, after a disappointing outcome weakened her grip on power.

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  • Suspected NKorea drone photographed US missile-defense site
Suspected NKorea drone photographed US missile-defense site

The newspaper statement read: 'Trump blustered early this year that the DPRK's final access to a nuclear weapon that can reach the USA mainland will never happen. But it seems Kim Jong-Un's next step is the development of an ICBM. The picture above from 2013 shows leader Kim Jong Un ordering strategic rocket forces to be on standby to strike US...

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  • Coleman: Wales have no room left for error
Coleman: Wales have no room left for error

Wales , who were missing the suspended Gareth Bale , played with a great deal of courage and discipline to frustrate Serbia but with 17 minutes remaining Alexsandar Mitrovic broke through on the left to equalise, denying the visitors the win that would have made such a huge difference with only four fixtures remaining.

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  • Pakistan wins toss, will bowl against Sri Lanka
Pakistan wins toss, will bowl against Sri Lanka

However, Sarfraz played purposefully under vast pressure and led his team past the finishing line. Fahim Ashraf then marked his one-day global debut by dismissing Dinesh Chandimal for a second-ball duck when he dragged an attempted cover drive on to the stumps.

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  • UK leader holding alliance talks with NIreland party chief
UK leader holding alliance talks with NIreland party chief

Despite an election in which she and her Conservative Party lost their majority in Parliament, she and her surrogates had insisted in recent days that the country's plans to ask Europe for a clean break following almost a half-century of union would not be affected.

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  • President Trump to take questions day after Comey testimony
President Trump to take questions day after Comey testimony

Asked if he would speak to the issue under oath, Trump said: "100 percent". The attorney also denied Comey's statement that Trump, at a White House dinner, told the then-FBI director "I need loyalty, I expect loyalty", and that Trump asked him in an Oval Office meeting to drop an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into former National S...

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  • Court deals travel ban another blow
Court deals travel ban another blow

Trump described the order, which replaced an earlier January 27 order that also was blocked by courts, as a "watered down, politically correct" version of his original plan. U.S. Sen.Mazie K. Hirono, an immigrant and an outspoken opponent of the administration's immigration policies, said, "Court after court has seen this Muslim Ban for what it i...

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