• Gulf nations may let some Qataris stay amid diplomatic rift
Gulf nations may let some Qataris stay amid diplomatic rift

The US president s rhetoric on Friday, however, did not appear likely to calm spirits in Doha . Other US officials have said Qatar has already taken some steps to reduce terror funding but that the steps are insufficient. We're seeing shortages of food. "We believe these are unintended consequences, especially during the holy month of Ramadan"...

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  • London police chief: Attack victims show city's diversity
London police chief: Attack victims show city's diversity

The attempted truck hire failed because Butt failed to provide payment details. She officially started the job less than three weeks after Khalid Masood drove a auto into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, and then stabbed a policeman to death in the grounds of parliament.

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  • General election 2017: chastened Theresa May to name her team
General election 2017: chastened Theresa May to name her team

Yet by the end of the night on June 8, it was clear that Labour had gained seats to the Conservatives' losses . Commentators in Britain have already begun to wonder about the possibility of a fresh election in six months. It is also opposed to same-sex marriage and any extension of abortion tights. However, May faced questions from within th...

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  • Perpetrators of Tehran attacks were Daesh members: Iran
Perpetrators of Tehran attacks were Daesh members: Iran

During a massive funeral ceremony in Tehran after Friday prayers, thousands chanted "Down with the U.S." and "Death to Al-Saud", the Saudi royal family, while carrying coffins of victims. However, Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) didn't waste any time blaming Saudi Arabia for the attacks. The consulate general's statement further said, "Shias...

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  • Theresa May cuts deal with DUP hardliners as she scrambles for power
Theresa May cuts deal with DUP hardliners as she scrambles for power

In response to the earlier Downing Street statement, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron called on Mrs May to make public immediately the details of the deal "stitched up behind closed doors". "Don't under-estimate the importance of doing the DUP deal" another of Mrs May's colleagues told me. So keep the pension triple lock and preserve universal be...

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  • The Tehran terrorist attacks
The Tehran terrorist attacks

On Thursday, Iranian authorities said the assailants were Iranian nationals and they have arrested six suspects, including one woman, since the attacks. Larijani also criticized a Wednesday decision by the U.S. Senate to move forward on a new set of sanctions against Iran , including its elite Revolutionary Guards, a move that came on the same d...

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  • 3rd London Bridge attacker named as Youssef Zaghba
3rd London Bridge attacker named as Youssef Zaghba

His mother was said to have told police previous year that he had asked her for money to travel to Rome before he left on his attempted trip to Syria. There also were two blowtorches. Butt had reportedly become so extreme that he called Muslims without beards non-believers, would not speak to women directly, and was banned from a mosque for ber...

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  • Emmanuel Macron seeks majority as France votes for new Parliament
Emmanuel Macron seeks majority as France votes for new Parliament

In the outgoing parliament women represented only 26.9% of deputies, or 155 out of 577, which was itself a record. "We want a big majority to be able to act and transform France over the next five years", Mounir Mahjoubi, a tech entrepreneur running under Macron's Republic On The Move (LREM) banner told Reuters as he canvassed support in his nort...

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  • USA attorney general Jeff Sessions to give evidence in Russian Federation 'meddling' probe
USA attorney general Jeff Sessions to give evidence in Russian Federation 'meddling' probe

Vermont Business Magazine Following is the comment of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) on Attorney General Sessions' scheduled testimony next week, on Tuesday, before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice and Science. The scheduling of Sessions' reportedly private appearance before the Senate Intelligence Committee at the exac...

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  • Trump administration defends Jared Kushner
Trump administration defends Jared Kushner

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday that he was not troubled by Jared Kushner's reported attempts to establish a back-channel with Russian Federation. "#FakeNews is the enemy!" At the time, a White House official dismissed it as a brief courtesy meeting. White House officials defended the concept of secret communications channels w...

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  • UK's May seals deal to prop up government, but loses key aides
UK's May seals deal to prop up government, but loses key aides

Protesters hold placards as they march against the Conservative party alliance with the DUP on Whitehall on Saturday in London . May called the election three years early in the hope of building on her sky-high personal poll ratings, and focused the campaign around her own leadership qualities.

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  • Blockade on Qatar 'toying' with people's lives
Blockade on Qatar 'toying' with people's lives

Qatar has long denied supporting or funding terror groups. The Islamic republic has also opened its airspace to about 100 more Qatari flights a day, after Saudi Arabia , Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates banned Qatari planes from their airpace.

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  • London attack: The men had planned to hire a lorry, say police
London attack: The men had planned to hire a lorry, say police

The ringleader of the London Bridge terror gang tried to hire a 7.5 tonne lorry hours before the attack, police have revealed . Eight people were killed before the assailants - Khuram Shazad Butt , Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba - were shot dead by police.

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  • Saudi Arabia, Bahrain welcome Donald Trump's scolding of Qatar
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain welcome Donald Trump's scolding of Qatar

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his country will continue to support Qatar in a dispute between Doha and several other Arab countries. Tillerson said the US was asking Qatar to "be responsive to the concerns of its neighbors". The countries accuse Qatar, which hosts a large U.S. air base crucial for operations in Iraq and Afghani...

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  • Kin rush to funeral homes to see Manila dead
Kin rush to funeral homes to see Manila dead

The SITE monitoring service, which tracks white supremacist and jihadist activity online, said an Islamic State-linked Filipino operative who provides daily updates on the ongoing clashes in Marawi claimed "lone wolf soldiers" of the Islamic State group were responsible for the attack.

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  • Boris Johnson denies plot to topple UK PM Theresa May
Boris Johnson denies plot to topple UK PM Theresa May

Reports in the Mail on Sunday suggested the foreign secretary was already positioning himself as the successor to May; but he tweeted that the story was "tripe". Boris Johnson retained his seat in Uxbridge and South Ruislip, but was in a rush to get off the stage. Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, expressed those doubts pub...

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  • Many in GOP unshaken by Comey's testimony against Trump
Many in GOP unshaken by Comey's testimony against Trump

In his first comments on Comey's testimony Friday, Trump denied that he had ever asked the head of the FBI to drop the investigation into Flynn or demand his loyalty. US law enforcement officials said Comey had discussed his testimony with Mueller's investigative team to ensure it did not interfere with the special counsel's probe.

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  • George Osborne calls Theresa May a 'dead woman walking'
George Osborne calls Theresa May a 'dead woman walking'

He attacked the "permanent leadership campaign" of Boris Johnson, but said Tory MPs wanted a new leader. Osborne, who was sacked by May a year ago and chose to stand down as an MP at the election to focus on his other jobs, said it was a question of "how long she's going to remain on death row".

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  • Iran says Tehran attackers had been to IS bastions Mosul, Raqa
Iran says Tehran attackers had been to IS bastions Mosul, Raqa

Abu Aisha was killed and the network forced to flee the country, the statement said . Iran denounced Donald Trump's reaction to the attacks as "repugnant" after the U.S. On the streets of the capital on Thursday, Iranians said they remained suspicious that Saudi Arabia had a hand in the attack. The Revolutionary Guards' accusation comes at a...

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  • Trump, Christie center stage in race they're not part of
Trump, Christie center stage in race they're not part of

Murphy and Guadagno now face off in the general election scheduled for November of 2017. He defeated former federal prosecutor Jim Johnson , state Sen. Gov. Chris Christie walks with his wifeMary Pat. A former Goldman Sachs executive and Christie's second-in-command were the leading candidates, and Tuesday's winners will compete in the Nove...

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