• Saudi Arabia's GACA cancels licences of Qatar Airways
Saudi Arabia's GACA cancels licences of Qatar Airways

But in Germany, Foreign Ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer pointed out that Trump's words differed substantially from those of State Department and Pentagon officials. Turkey , which works closely with Qatar in the energy sector, has walked a fine line between defending Qatar and abstaining from openly antagonising Saudi Arabia.

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  • One civilian injured in cross-fire between militants, ITBP at Kashmir's Qazigund
One civilian injured in cross-fire between militants, ITBP at Kashmir's Qazigund

Whereas in a separate incident today, a group of militants opened fire at two security forces' vehicles in Anantnag's Qazigund town. A police spokesman said that Meenu Arif, 45, a resident of Bakshiabad area of Anantnag, who works with a construction company in Banihal, got injured after shots fired at Government forces missed the target and hi...

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  • Australia police raid homes 4 days after deadly siege
Australia police raid homes 4 days after deadly siege

Victoria Police and their partners within the Joint Counter Terrorism Team are conducting a police operation in the northern suburbs this morning. "We believe these persons are maybe involved in the provision of firearms in respect to this matter that were used by the offender", Patton said.

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"We are not ready to surrender", Qatar's foreign minister says

Though Trump again said countries must eliminate funding streams for terror groups, the White House said he focused on the need for the region’s various US allies to stick together. Turkey's parliament, on the other hand, has approved sending troops to an existing Turkish base in Qatar as a sign of support. They alleged Qatar funds terror groups ...

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  • Roy Keane encourages players to put 'bodies on the line'
Roy Keane encourages players to put 'bodies on the line'

Fringe players Andy Boyle, John Egan and Alan Browne have left the camp with Martin O'Neill content with his options. "It's nice to see Seamus around the place", Ireland assistant boss said after today's training session. Every game is tough for us and we know that we have to be at our very, very best with and without the ball, and hopefully - wh...

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  • 'Infrastructure week,' created to challenge Democrats, finds no takers
'Infrastructure week,' created to challenge Democrats, finds no takers

Just moments before the president began his speech, the Senate Intelligence Committee in Washington was hearing testimony from Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats, National Security Agency Adm. Business owners Dan and Mindy Withrow, parents of four children, said they have confidence that the president is going to accomplish his goal. ...

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  • British PM Theresa May says she has no intention of resigning
British PM Theresa May says she has no intention of resigning

She instead not only failed to build up her position but lost the majority altogether. "Leaving aside that this is a disaster for the Tories and that no one knows what comes next, we need a functioning government that can negotiate Great Britain's exit", said EU Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger.

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  • Durant exceeding Warriors expectations in NBA Finals
Durant exceeding Warriors expectations in NBA Finals

Watch the game across the TSN Network at 9pm et/6pm pt . Combine that with last year's 73-win season, and a second title in three years - which could have easily been three consecutive championships - and foundation of the case has been made.

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  • Will not surrender: Qatar minister on terrorist list issued by Saudi, allies
Will not surrender: Qatar minister on terrorist list issued by Saudi, allies

A string of countries this week cut ties with Qatar over what they say is the emirate's financing of extremist groups and its ties to Iran , Saudi Arabia's regional arch-rival. On Thursday, Sheikh Mohammed told the AP that Sheikh Tamim "is not going to leave the country while the country is in blockade", in effect turning down the offer of media...

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  • 'The Mummy' awkwardly stumbles into Dark Universe
'The Mummy' awkwardly stumbles into Dark Universe

Movies aren't sandboxes and the only time I remember enjoying a character connect films was Michael Keaton's Ray Nicolette popping up in the Elmore Leonard adaptations "Out of Sight" and "Jackie Brown". Annabelle Wallis , who plays archaeologist Jenny Halsey in the film, says that we'll probably find out more about her character later on. Unive...

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  • Police Announce New Arrest Linked To London Bridge Attack
Police Announce New Arrest Linked To London Bridge Attack

He was also arrested on "suspicion of the preparation of terrorist acts", police said . The third London Bridge attacker has now been named by police as Youssef Zaghba . Earlier this week, authorities identified the assailants of the attack as 27-year-old Pakistan-born British citizen Khuram B., 30-year-old Libyan-Moroccan national Rachid R...

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  • Trump offers 'warm support' to Theresa May after poll setback
Trump offers 'warm support' to Theresa May after poll setback

After a midday audience with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, May spoke to reporters at 10 Downing Street. Further announcements were expected this weekend. "With a weak negotiating partner, there's a danger that the ( Brexit) negotiations will turn out badly for both sides". But there was little sympathy from some other Europeans.

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  • Kvitova wins in impressive comeback after knife attack
Kvitova wins in impressive comeback after knife attack

During her on-court interview, Kvitova addressed her coach, her family and others in her guest box, saying: "Thank you for everything you helped me through (in) this hard time". The two-time Wimbledon champ beat American Julia Boserup 6-3, 6-2 to advance to the second round, but the win was so much more than just a favorable scoreline for Kvi...

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  • Britain's Youngest Double Murderers Named As Lucas Markham And Kim Edwards
Britain's Youngest Double Murderers Named As Lucas Markham And Kim Edwards

A five-day trial at Nottingham Crown Court was told Edwards and her boyfriend Markham planned the killings of Elizabeth and Katie Edwards and carried them out "to the letter" when they were both aged 14. Edwards showed no remorse in the weeks following her arrest, telling a psychiatrist she was a "bit sad" her sister was dead but was "glad" about...

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  • UK Election 2017: May fall short of majority in June
UK Election 2017: May fall short of majority in June

May said Brexit talks would begin on June 19 as scheduled, the same day the British parliament is due to reconvene. The 70-year-old, who had previously been critical of Mr Corbyn's leadership, said: "What we need to do now is pull ourselves together because part of the reason we were behind in the polls was that we were divided".

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  • Trump blames Qatar for funding terror
Trump blames Qatar for funding terror

Therefore, Trump said, he took the "hard but necessary action" of calling out Qatar . "We have to stop the funding of terrorism". Trump's comments came minutes after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called for calm and an ease to the blockade imposed against Qatar by its neighbors.

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  • UAE urges Qatar to change policy after terror list issued
UAE urges Qatar to change policy after terror list issued

But Trump said that he, Tillerson and military leaders had decided during Trump's trip to Saudi Arabia last month that a public rebuke was needed. Qatar, which has developed an assertive foreign policy over the past decade, denies that it supports militants and says it is helping to reduce the threat of terrorism by backing groups that fight po...

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  • Trump welcomes Romanian president to White House
Trump welcomes Romanian president to White House

By referring to " total and complete vindication ", the president was likely thinking of Comey's confirmation Thursday that, as NPR's Jessica Taylor reports , "there was no counterintelligence nor criminal investigation of Trump individually and that the president was not personally under investigation".

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  • May to head minority government with DUP support
May to head minority government with DUP support

Not only that, but the self-styled "strong and stable" leader of the Conservative Party only managed to avoid a complete political wipeout thanks to an astonishing set of electoral results in her party's favour in Scotland - a constituent nation of the United Kingdom which used to revel in the jibe that there were more pandas in the land of whi...

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  • London terrorist on bail at time of attack
London terrorist on bail at time of attack

Since the attack , 17 people have been arrested, 12 of whom have since been released without charge. "He was not a police or M15 subject of interest", the statement said . A second Italian official said there had been "an absolute interchange of investigative information with the British authorities" in Zaghba's case.

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