• Can still be next British PM: says Labour leader Corbyn
Can still be next British PM: says Labour leader Corbyn

Labour gained 30 seats in the general election to take its total to 262 seats, but the Conservatives remain the largest party in Parliament with 318 seats. DUP leader Arlene Foster said she would meet May on Tuesday while Downing Street said the incumbent premier would "finalize" a deal in the coming week.

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  • 'Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly' Makes A Tepid Debut
'Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly' Makes A Tepid Debut

The remarks were the latest in a series of denials from Moscow that have had little impact so far on a political crisis in the United States over potential links between Russian Federation and Mr Trump's inner circle. Mr Putin said his country had no channels of communication with the campaigns of either Mr Trump or Democratic candidate Hillary Cli...

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  • Philippine lawmakers ask top court to nullify martial law
Philippine lawmakers ask top court to nullify martial law

Christian Monsod, former Comelec chairman and member of the Constitutional Commission that drafted the 1987 Charter. The petitioners of the second petition include by Bishop Emeritus Deogracias Iniguez; Bishop Broderick Pabillo; Bishop Antonio Tobias; former senator Wigberto Tanada; Adelaida Ygrubay, prioress of St.

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  • 5 takeaways from the Tonys, including leave Bette alone
5 takeaways from the Tonys, including leave Bette alone

The acclaimed musical's story is by Steven Levenson, with songs by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (recent Oscar winners for "City of Stars" from the movie " La La Land "). Spacey, as Clinton, a Democrat, will joke about fake email accounts. Andy Blankenbuehler won his second choreography Tony in as many years - last year for " Hamilton " and this time ...

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  • Three suspects released in Manchester terror probe
Three suspects released in Manchester terror probe

The station closed was closed followi. Investigators have been attempting to piece together Abedi's movements between when he arrived back in Manchester from Libya on 18 May, and the bombing four days later. "With specialist support, we have also had a good understanding of the likely component parts of the bomb and where these came from", Jackso...

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  • Ireland's European Union commissioner sees softer Brexit after United Kingdom poll, says newspaper
Ireland's European Union commissioner sees softer Brexit after United Kingdom poll, says newspaper

The Conservatives lost an absolute majority they had enjoyed prior to the snap election on June 8, which May had called to strengthen her hand in the upcoming Brexit negotiations slated for June 19. "It's an issue very close to my heart and one that I wanted categoric assurances from the Prime Minister on, and I received [them]". "There's an terr...

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  • General election 2017: Fallon defends DUP government 'deal'
General election 2017: Fallon defends DUP government 'deal'

But some within the party are calling for her to go. Gavin Barwell , a former housing minister, replaces joint chiefs of staff Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill . German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Britain on Saturday to speedily launch Brexit talks now that the election was over, while US President Donald Trump spoke over phone with Theresa May...

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  • John McCain tries clarifying his President Comey confusing questions
John McCain tries clarifying his President Comey confusing questions

And she said, just call it a matter", Comey said . "Attorney General Lynch had a social encounter - serendipitous, some might say, but - when former president of the United States came by to say hello and they discussed their grandchildren", Pelosi said.

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  • Unprovoked Indian shelling kills 2 in AJK
Unprovoked Indian shelling kills 2 in AJK

The ISPR said that Pakistan army effectively responded on Indian posts firing on civilians which also damaged Indian posts and caused casualties. The martyrs have been identified as 18-year-old Asad and 19-year-old Waqar who were residents of Bhabra Village whereas 30-year-old Muhammad Shahbaz, 35-year-old Shumaila khurshid and 14-year-old Hafs...

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  • Feinstein calls for investigation of 'all matters related to obstruction of justice'
Feinstein calls for investigation of 'all matters related to obstruction of justice'

Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein called for the Senate Judiciary Committee to investigate former attorney general Loretta Lynch instructing James Comey to mislead the public about the Clinton email investigation. "I would have a queasy feeling too, though, to be candid with you". She, however, believes it's the Judiciary Committee that n...

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  • Netanyahu urges United Nations to dismantle its Palestinian aid agency
Netanyahu urges United Nations to dismantle its Palestinian aid agency

Rishq said Netanyahu's call to dismantle UNRWA was "part of the Israeli plan to eliminate the Palestinian refugee problem once and for all". Established by the UN General Assembly in 1949, the agency exists expressly to provide aid to "Palestinian Refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, West Bank, and the Gaza Strip".

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  • Israel PM wants UN's Palestinian refugee agency closed
Israel PM wants UN's Palestinian refugee agency closed

The UNRWA was established by the UN General Assembly in 1949, when hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled or were evicted from their homes during the 1948 war which followed the emergence of the state of Israel. "The construction and presence of tunnels under U.N. premises are incompatible with the respect of privileges and immunities owed to t...

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  • Iran says it has killed mastermind of twin Tehran attacks
Iran says it has killed mastermind of twin Tehran attacks

Sunni-majority Saudi Arabia and Shiite Iran have had strained relations throughout their history and have been involved in a sectarian feud for more than 1,000 years. State television reported the increase Thursday, citing Ahmad Shojaei, the head of the country's forensic center. The Iranian diplomat further said he had warned in a letter to th...

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions Offers To Testify To Intelligence Panel
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Offers To Testify To Intelligence Panel

Mr Sessions had been scheduled to testify before other committees about the Justice Department's budget that day, but he will instead appear before the intelligence panel. On Sunday, Trump called Comey "very cowardly" in a Tweet and questioned the legality of his actions. The Justice Department has said that while Sessions was there, for a spee...

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  • Partial results: Most voters in Puerto Rico back statehood
Partial results: Most voters in Puerto Rico back statehood

Currently, Puerto Rico is a US-territory, but not officially a state. On the quaint and narrow streets of old San Juan people were divided over the three options they will face on Sunday's ballot: becoming a USA state; remaining a territory; or becoming an independent nation, with or without some continuing political association with the United S...

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  • DUP agrees to prop up May in 'you scratch my back' deal
DUP agrees to prop up May in 'you scratch my back' deal

Another poll by Survation, published in the Mail on Sunday , recorded 49 per cent of the population as saying she should quit, with 38 per cent saying she should remain in the post. 49% believe she should now stand down as opposed to 38% who believe she should stay. Ahead of the announcement, a former DUP member of the Northern Ireland Assembl...

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  • London attack death toll rises to eight after body recovered from Thames
London attack death toll rises to eight after body recovered from Thames

The body of 45-year-old Xavier Thomas was pulled from the Thames on Tuesday, downstream from the London Bridge, pushing the death toll from Saturday's terrorist attack to eight, authorities said. Police have named Youssef Zaghba , a 22-year-old Moroccan-Italian man, Pakistan-born British national Khuram Butt, 27, and Rachid Redouane, 30, as the ...

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  • 'Dead woman walking' May races to form a government
'Dead woman walking' May races to form a government

Foreign secretary Boris Johnson yesterday dismissed newspaper reports that he was preparing a bid for the Conservative leadership amid speculation that Ms May could be forced out within weeks. "I think her position is, in the long term, untenable", another Conservative lawmaker, Anna Soubry, tells Sky News . Lord Murphy told the Sunday Supplem...

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  • North Korea Says It's 'Not Far Away' From Test-Firing an ICBM
North Korea Says It's 'Not Far Away' From Test-Firing an ICBM

Recently, the USA said it tested an ICBM interceptor missile. Chung Eui-yong, head of South Korea's national security office, said four missiles were fired Thursday. The Joint Chiefs of Staff said a thorough investigation will be made of the object found south of the Demilitarized Zone that bisects the Koreas. The ministry is reportedly wor...

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  • Kuwait: Qatar willing to listen to Gulf concerns
Kuwait: Qatar willing to listen to Gulf concerns

Earlier in the day, UAE President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan and Saudi King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Bin Saud both directed that lenience should be shown for Qatari-Emirati and Qatari-Saudi families on humanitarian grounds. Qatar's port authority published video Monday showing a ship arriving at Doha's Hamad Port from Oman's port of Sohar. "S...

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