• UK's May Vows to Deliver Conservatives From 'Mess' Caused by Election Setback
UK's May Vows to Deliver Conservatives From 'Mess' Caused by Election Setback

Mrs May displayed exceptionally poor judgment by forcing voters to go to the polls last week three years earlier than she had previously promised would be the case, and her sole excuse was that she needed a strengthened mandate to negotiate her version of Brexit .

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  • Arab nations put dozens with Qatar ties on terror list
Arab nations put dozens with Qatar ties on terror list

So good to see the Saudi Arabia visit with the King and 50 countries already paying off. "Perhaps this will be the beginning of the end to the horror of terrorism!" Trump also says that unity among Gulf Cooperation Council countries and strong partnerships with the United States are crucial for defeating terrorism.

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  • Katy Perry accidentally flashes bare butt during Witness live stream
Katy Perry accidentally flashes bare butt during Witness live stream

In the past, she said, she has had suicidal thoughts. Katy Perry broke down with emotion when describing her depression and offered to bury the hatchet with fellow pop superstar Taylor Swift as she livestreamed her life for 96 hours. "It's hard to hear those clapbacks sometimes and your ego wants to turn from them", she added, "and I've been ...

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  • Historical marker honors interracial couple who changed the law
Historical marker honors interracial couple who changed the law

Today (6/12) marks the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision affirming the legality of interracial marriage in the U.S. In Virginia , a new historical highway marker now stands in dedication to the couple who fought that case.

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  • SKorea leader proposes Asian nations co-host 2030 World Cup
SKorea leader proposes Asian nations co-host 2030 World Cup

Moon Jae-in made the offer during a Monday meeting with Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino , saying such an event would contribute to establishing peace among the two Koreas and in Northeast Asia. The two teams regularly play each other in friendlies and at worldwide competitions. How fans and participan...

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  • What parents need to look out for to prevent 'dry drowning'
What parents need to look out for to prevent 'dry drowning'

Haydon described the pink knives as "pretty unusual" and appealed for anyone with information about where they came from to contact police. The terrorists had also used cord to strap the knives to their hands to ensure they did not drop them as they attacked innocent bystanders.

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  • Bruised but defiant, UK's May will seek to form a new government
Bruised but defiant, UK's May will seek to form a new government

Corbyn advised the humiliated prime minister to pack up and leave and "make way for a government that is truly representative of this country". "I don't think Theresa May and this government have any credibility", Corbyn said , predicting that there could be another election within months.

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  • Package explodes at South Korean university, one hurt - fire official
Package explodes at South Korean university, one hurt - fire official

South Korean police say a university professor was being treated for injuries after opening a concealed explosive device brought to his office in Seoul. Witnesses reportedly said that as soon as Kim opened the parcel, the contents exploded and pieces of metal flew out. A police official was quoted as saying the explosive seemed shoddy and that wh...

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  • Talks to restore Stormont institutions to resume
Talks to restore Stormont institutions to resume

However, that is to largely misunderstand a situation in which the key dispute preventing the restoration of Stormont since March is not about the referee but between the two key participants - the DUP and Sinn Fein, with the key Sinn Fein demands such as that Arlene Foster can not serve as first minister while the "cash for ash" inquiry continue...

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  • Theresa May's election gamble backfires as voters throw a surprise
Theresa May's election gamble backfires as voters throw a surprise

British Prime Minister Theresa May says she will stay in office although her party lost its parliamentary majority in elections. If the exit poll is correct, Labour , led by veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn , could attempt to form a government with those smaller parties, which strongly oppose most of May's policies on domestic issues such as...

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  • Restore devolution or face return of direct rule, Foster tells Sinn Fein
Restore devolution or face return of direct rule, Foster tells Sinn Fein

The party is now led by Arlene Foster, a lawyer whose father was shot in an IRA gun attack when she was a child . The talks were paused over the General Election campaign. "I don't know how Theresa May can survive this, that's a matter for her party, of course", he said. Today sees talks to restore power-sharing resume in Belfast.

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  • Theresa May's stance might 'delay' EU-Brexit talks by a year
Theresa May's stance might 'delay' EU-Brexit talks by a year

It comes after Mrs May told Tory MPs: "I'm the person who got us into this mess and I'm the one who will get us out of it". While calls for Mrs May to go had "faded", she said her authority was "extremely fractured" and had acknowledged she was not "calling the shots" any more.

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  • Thousands of Russians protest Putin's rule; Navalny arrested
Thousands of Russians protest Putin's rule; Navalny arrested

The report, however, seems to have struck a nerve among some Russians, particularly the young, who participated in unusually large numbers in March's and today's protests. "We are against the corruption that is costing the future of our young people", said 33-year-old Maria Badyrova, one of the demonstrators who gathered on a main Moscow thorou...

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  • I would '100 percent' be willing to testify about Comey under oath
I would '100 percent' be willing to testify about Comey under oath

Trump and aides referenced those comments in claiming vindication, but some officials said Comey's statements that Trump leaned on him to drop the Russian Federation investigation could add up to obstruction of justice. Some CNN analysts still saw fodder for obstruction of justice. "No plausible case. We must distinguish crimes from" political ...

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  • Qatar launches new shipping routes to Oman amid food shortage fears
Qatar launches new shipping routes to Oman amid food shortage fears

Sheikh Mohammed, the Qatari foreign minister, visited Germany and Russian Federation over the weekend to discuss the ongoing tensions. "We're business as usual and we're open for business", he told CNBC in an interview broadcast on Monday.

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  • Queen's Speech 'could be delayed'
Queen's Speech 'could be delayed'

May, who will chair a meeting of her new Cabinet in the morning, will hear first-hand the anger of rank-and-file members of Parliament who blame her for the catastrophic election campaign that saw the Tories lose their parliamentary majority in Thursday's general election .

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  • Britons vote in election marred by terror attacks
Britons vote in election marred by terror attacks

The start of Brexit talks due on June 19 risk being pushed back, as the Conservatives debate whether to rethink their strategy. He said that Mays version of a ‘hard Brexit was rejected by the British people, and that Brexit negotiations should now be put on hold.

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  • Talks on the resumption of power sharing to recommence today
Talks on the resumption of power sharing to recommence today

Charlie Flanagan, the Republic of Ireland's foreign minister, was scheduled to meet with the Northern Ireland Secretary and with political parties as negotiations began again to try and form an Executive before the end of the month - a process which had been suspended due to the general election.

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  • Trump willing to testify, won't say if tapes of Comey talks exist
Trump willing to testify, won't say if tapes of Comey talks exist

The reporter then asked if Trump would be willing to speak under oath, as Comey did, to give his version of the events. President Donald Trump's private lawyer plans to file a complaint against former FBI Director James Comey with the Senate judiciary committee and Justice Department Inspector General for leaking memos according to repo...

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  • Prime Minister Theresa May vows to stay after Conservatives lose majority
Prime Minister Theresa May vows to stay after Conservatives lose majority

The Scottish National Party (SNP) were down by 22, losing seats to the Tories, Labour and Liberal Democrats, in a major setback for Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon . A survey by long-standing Tory supporter Lord Michael Ashcroft on 8 June revealed huge numbers of people who voted Labour only made up their minds to do so in the last weeks a...

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