• Pakistan becomes member of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)
Pakistan becomes member of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)

Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz and Minister for Commerce Khurram Dastgir were also present at the meeting. Describing terrorists as the chief violators of human rights and values, Modi said "We have full faith that the SCO would give a new push to our efforts in fight against terrorism ".

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  • General election 2017: Could Jeremy Corbyn become prime minister?
General election 2017: Could Jeremy Corbyn become prime minister?

Corbyn said that he still could become the United Kingdom prime minister following snap general election where the Conservative party lost parliamentary majority. "May won't be able to make any compromises because she lacks a broad parliamentary majority", he said. The election shock is "yet another own goal" that will make "already complex neg...

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  • Corbyn looks forward to May's 'coalition of chaos'
Corbyn looks forward to May's 'coalition of chaos'

The YouGov statistics also found that for every 10 years older a voter is, their chance of voting Tory increases by around eight per cent and the chance of them voting Labour decreases by six per cent. Though Goodwin did not eat the whole book live on television, the Internet seemed satisfied. "I was surprised that Jeremy Corbyn got 2 percent...

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  • UK's May holds alliance talks with NIreland party chief
UK's May holds alliance talks with NIreland party chief

DUP leader Arlene Foster , who was asked to resign in the wake of a heating incentive scandal that cost the government hundreds of thousands of pounds, said on Twitter that discussions are "going well" and that there will be an agreement of sorts.

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  • London Bridge terror attack inquests open
London Bridge terror attack inquests open

See video of her visit in the above clip. Then, Kate met two groups of staff who were on duty on the evening of the attacks , and have continued to treat the patients. She also spoke with Dr. Malcolm Tunnicliff who is the hospital's director of emergency medicine. Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the patients earlier this month.

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  • Dennis Rodman Heads To North Korea
Dennis Rodman Heads To North Korea

Rodman has made several visits to North Korea. Rodman had previously traveled to North Korea in January of 2014. Warmbier, a University of Virginia undergraduate, was convicted and sentenced in a one-hour trial in North Korea's Supreme Court in March 2016.

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  • South Korea leader proposes Asian nations co-host 2030 World Cup
South Korea 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. On it's way back from the prohibited region, the drone reportedly crashed. South Korea has for sometime now been...

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  • Cyclone flattens Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh
Cyclone flattens Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh

People have been evacuated to shelters, schools and government offices. All flights to Chittagong and river transports in Bangladesh have been suspended until further notice ahead of the cyclone. "Wind speed is estimated at 130 kmph in Saint Martins Island and 150 kmph Cox's Bazar port after it hit the area in between 6 AM and 7 AM", Cox's Baza...

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  • Deputy AG wouldn't fire Mueller if unlawful
Deputy AG wouldn't fire Mueller if unlawful

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday he would like special counsel Robert Mueller to stay the course, as a Trump ally hinted the president wants to remove the ex-FBI head. A White House official stressed that Ruddy "speaks for himself", not the Trump administration. The authority to appoint a special counsel fell to Rosenstein, after Atto...

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  • Israel & US to Test Arrow-3 Anti-Ballistic Missile System in Alaska
Israel & US to Test Arrow-3 Anti-Ballistic Missile System in Alaska

Israel and the United States are concerned that Iran has continued to work on both its nuclear program as well as its ballistic missile program despite worldwide criticism. The system is to be tested against a target similar to the advanced ballistic missiles which are now being developed, and which have already been achieved, by Iran.

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  • DUP and Conservatives hold talks
DUP and Conservatives hold talks

Later speaking in the Commons on the election of the Speaker John Bercow, Nigel Dodds said he "looked forward" to this Parliament. Davis, whose Conservative Party is due to put its policy programme or Queen's Speech to parliament on June 19 after failing to win a majority during Thursday's election, said the Brexit talks would begin at some...

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  • AG Sessions to Testify in Open Hearing Before the Senate's Intelligence Committee
AG Sessions to Testify in Open Hearing Before the Senate's Intelligence Committee

Sessions will testify in open session Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence committee, where he'll face questions over his role in the controversy around possible ties between the Trump presidential campaign and Russian Federation. In his testimony on Thursday, Comey accused President Donald Trump of firing him to try to undermine the FBI's inve...

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  • United Kingdom govt a minority on eve of Brexit talks
United Kingdom govt a minority on eve of Brexit talks

The more moderate left, he told me from London , needed to learn from "what Corbyn accomplished, especially in mobilizing the young". It drew strong support from young people, who appeared to have turned out to vote in bigger-than-expected numbers.

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  • Hate crimes in Canada up 5% in 2015: StatsCan
Hate crimes in Canada up 5% in 2015: StatsCan

The region's per capita number of hate crimes is the second-highest among Canada's 33 metropolitan areas, behind only Thunder Bay's 22.3 hate crime reports per 100,000 residents. "We need these numbers sooner". He also said in the statement that the Jewish community stood with other targeted groups in condemning hatred in all its forms.

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  • James Brokenshire not acceptable chairman for Stormont talks, says Gerry Adams
James Brokenshire not acceptable chairman for Stormont talks, says Gerry Adams

The 1998 peace accord, which provides the template for powersharing at Stormont, commits the United Kingdom and Irish governments to demonstrate "rigorous impartiality" when it comes to the differing political traditions in Northern Ireland.

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  • Italian national identified as third London Bridge attacker
Italian national identified as third London Bridge attacker

Nearly 50 were wounded. Police had issued an appeal for information about Thomas on Tuesday, saying he and his girlfriend were walking south over London Bridge towards Borough Market at around the time the attack started. They said they were unaware of the other two men. The dead include three Frenchmen, two Australians, a Canadian, a Spaniar...

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  • Trump accuses Comey of lying to Congress, willing to speak under oath
Trump accuses Comey of lying to Congress, willing to speak under oath

The former FBI chief described being pressured by Trump to end the FBI's investigation of Russian contacts by Michael Flynn, who had briefly served as White House national security advisor. Speculation over the tapes is rooted in a particularly cryptic tweet from the United States president issued nearly a month ago, seeming to suggest ...

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  • Suspected NKorea drone photographed U.S. missile-defense site
Suspected NKorea drone photographed U.S. missile-defense site

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hopes to strengthen cooperation with his Chinese and South Korean counterparts to address threats from North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs while accelerating preparations for a visit to China he aims to arrange early next year, the sources said .

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  • Another court rules out Donald Trump's travel ban
Another court rules out Donald Trump's travel ban

S.C". A federal appeals court on Monday once again refused to allow the Trump administration to enforce its second Refugee and Visa Order , also known as the Muslim ban , ruling the order goes beyond the power of the executive branch to enact immigration policy.

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  • Macron draws 'red line' over Syria after meeting Putin
Macron draws 'red line' over Syria after meeting Putin

Human rights groups opposed the project when it first was approved in 2008. "I will be demanding in my exchanges with Russian Federation". They met at the ornate Grand Trianon Palace at Versailles . Syria has been accused of using chemical weapons, including chlorine gas and much deadlier nerve agents, during the conflict. Macron was the fir...

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