• Trump Claims 'Total And Complete Vindication'
Trump Claims 'Total And Complete Vindication'

He said that he doesn't believe Comey alluded to Trump obstructing justice: "I didn't hear it", he said. Comey said his distrust of Trump prompted him to take meticulous notes immediately after each of their nine discussions this year.

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  • Brexit talks should start when Britain ready -EU negotiator
Brexit talks should start when Britain ready -EU negotiator

Furthermore, Reuters noted how the results pose an increased risk for delayed Brexit negotiations, which could result in Britain ceasing to be an European Union member without legal safeguards to avoid a chaotic limbo for people and businesses, making it improbable that Britain could secure the rapid free trade agreement it wants with the Eur...

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  • Philippines: End of fight with Islamic State is 'almost there'
Philippines: End of fight with Islamic State is 'almost there'

Troops have cleared nearly 90 percent of Marawi city, where the gunmen linked to the Islamic State group have been fending off government troops since a botched raid to capture a veteran rebel leader triggered a militant siege, said military spokesman Brig.

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  • Police release 12 people held after London atrocity
Police release 12 people held after London atrocity

They stressed that while they believe they know the attackers' identities, "formal identification is yet to take place". Le Parisien daily newspaper named the second Frenchman to die in the attack as 36-year-old Sebastian Belanger. On Monday, British police identified that man, Khuram Shazad Butt , a 27-year-old Pakistan-born Briton, as one ...

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  • Theresa May Heads to Buckingham Palace in Bid to Form Government
Theresa May Heads to Buckingham Palace in Bid to Form Government

But May, facing scorn for running a lacklustre campaign, was determined to hang on. The prime minister was asked if the public could be certain her new Government could last five years with her as leader. The outcome risks upsetting the political balance in Northern Ireland by aligning London more closely with the pro-British side in the divide...

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  • Photos show gunmen storming Iran's parliament during attacks in Tehran
Photos show gunmen storming Iran's parliament during attacks in Tehran

Mohammad Javad Zarif called the comments "repugnant" and accused the US of supporting terror. "Iranian people reject such USA claims of friendship". The five men who launched attacks in the heart of Iran's capital previously fought for ISIL, the country's intelligence ministry said on Thursday.

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

He said the blockade is hindering United States military actions in the region and the campaign against ISIS . Trump does not oppose easing the blockade - although he did not mention it - but "he does believe that (Qatar) deserves it", the official said.

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  • United Kingdom election ends in a hung parliament - what happens now?
United Kingdom election ends in a hung parliament - what happens now?

Labour leader Harold Wilson, who had been prime minister between 1964 and 1970, was then invited to form a minority government by the Queen. Instead of opting for a post-election shuffle, the Prime Minister retained key figures in her cabinet.

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  • Theresa May to form new government despite losing majority in United Kingdom election
Theresa May to form new government despite losing majority in United Kingdom election

When May called the election in April, she did so with the Conservatives riding high in the polls, and the pound had surged on expectations that a big majority for the Conservatives would allow her to face down the so-called euroskeptics in her parliamentary ranks.

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  • Who do you believe, Comey or Trump?
Who do you believe, Comey or Trump?

Wait, what? The president has now twice accused Comey of lying Thursday in his testimony to Congress that Trump tried to interfere in the FBI's investigations into ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn and that Trump lied about why he fired Comey .

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  • London attack toll rises to eight
London attack toll rises to eight

After his payment was declined, Butt and his two accomplices rented a smaller van that they used to plow into crowds before they leapt from the vehicle and went on a stabbing rampage in an attack that left eight people dead and almost 50 people injured.

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  • 1 killed, pilots injured in helicopter accident in Badrinath
1 killed, pilots injured in helicopter accident in Badrinath

Chopper engineer Vikram Lamba, a resident of Assam, fearing for his life, reportedly jumped out mid-air and was sliced by the rotor of the helicopter. DGCA Chief Secretary S. Ramaswamy has ordered a magisterial probe. Meanwhile, there were reports that the helicopter lost balance due to overloading.

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  • Huddersfield clinch Premier League promotion
Huddersfield clinch Premier League promotion

But the former Borussia Dortmund II boss said the desire of his players helped make promotion a reality. When asked what was at the top of their to-do list, Hoyle said: "How we're going to survive in the Premier League ". "I am happy for everyone who has helped us make this big, big achievement, and especially for the chairman who has backed a...

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  • London Bridge Attack Footage Is Released; Police Arrest 6
London Bridge Attack Footage Is Released; Police Arrest 6

One neighbour, who asked not to be named, said: "I looked out and saw just loads of armed police officers balaclava'd up". Mr Haydon provided unusually extensive details of last Saturday's attack , the deadliest in London since suicide bombers killed 52 people on the city's transport network in 2005.

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  • Disputing Comey's testimony, Trump says he's ready to testify under oath
Disputing Comey's testimony, Trump says he's ready to testify under oath

As such, and given his track record of threatening legal actions while none actually materialize, you probably shouldn't assume this will ever happen ― although nobody is privy to Trump's legal and political strategy but he and his attorneys, obviously.

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  • Trump tells Qatar to stop funding terrorism
Trump tells Qatar to stop funding terrorism

Qatar rejects claims it is a leading supporter of Islamist extremism. Qatar hosts two major facilities used by the United States military, an airbase at Al-Udeid, and Camp As-Saliyeh logistics center. BBC diplomatic correspondent James Robbins says Russia's intervention could complicate existing efforts to defuse the situation. Meanwhile, B...

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  • Iran arrests seven Tehran attack suspects
Iran arrests seven Tehran attack suspects

The Interior Ministry in a statement increased the number of wounded to 52. At least 17 people lost their lives and almost 50 others were wounded in the assaults, which involved shootings and blasts. They had returned to Iran in August 2016 for a terrorist operation under the command of Abu Aysheh, a ranking commander of Daesh, with the goal of c...

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  • Britain: May to form government with DUP
Britain: May to form government with DUP

Amid reports that senior Tories were sounding out potential replacements for Mrs May, prominent Conservative MP Heidi Allen said the Prime Minister had six months at most left in Downing Street. The move has been slammed as a coalition of chaos by Lib Dem leader Tim Farron, who condemned Mrs May for putting her party before her country. She was...

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  • Trump On Comey: 'No Collusion. No Obstruction
Trump On Comey: 'No Collusion. No Obstruction

In response to Comey's stunning testimony , Trump and his lawyer have staked out an incoherent position. "It's my judgment that I was sacked because of the Russian Federation investigation", he told senators . The committee want the material by 23 June . Trump suggested on Twitter last month that the conversation was taped , but h...

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  • France confirms second French death in London attack: minister
France confirms second French death in London attack: minister

Redouane had previously been refused asylum in the U.K.in 2009. Three Islamist assailants, including Italian-Moroccan national Youssef Zaghba , killed eight people in central London on Saturday before they themselves were shot dead. The more "theatrical" airline bombings of terrorists past were easier to thwart because they required complex pl...

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