• Attorney general to testify at open Senate hearing
Attorney general to testify at open Senate hearing

U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer on Sunday invited President Donald Trump to testify before the Senate about his interactions with former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) James Comey . Sessions also did not mention the meetings on a national security form. "Two meetings, one very brief after a speech", Sessio...

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  • Trump lawyer rejects Comey testimony, hints at prosecution
Trump lawyer rejects Comey testimony, hints at prosecution

For Trump's most ardent supporters, Comey's testimony exonerated the president. U.S. President Donald Trump (C) shakes hands with James Comey , director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ), during an Inaugural Law Enforcement Officers and First Responders Reception in the Blue Room of the White House on January 22, 2017 in Washin...

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  • Rafael Nadal: 'It has been a flawless French Open'
Rafael Nadal: 'It has been a flawless French Open'

He demolished 2015 champion Stan Wawrinka , 6-2, 6-3, 6-1. "You were too good", Wawrinka told Nadal during the prize presentation after losing in a Grand Slam final for the first time in four appearances. Wawrinka lost his serve thrice as Nadal comfortably won the set 6-1 in just 35 minutes. Nadal, who has now closed back to within th...

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  • British Police Recover Body Of 8th Confirmed Victim In London Bridge Attack
British Police Recover Body Of 8th Confirmed Victim In London Bridge Attack

Met Police said Marine Police Unit specialist officers recovered the body Tuesday night near Limehouse, about 2 miles away from London Bridge. Ms Delcros was seriously injured by the van, although her condition in hospital has stabilised, her family said.

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  • Feinstein: I Believe Comey Over Trump
Feinstein: I Believe Comey Over Trump

And she said, just call it a matter . And he either intentionally or inadvertently confused the investigations of Clinton's email server and of alleged Russian collusion with Trump's campaign before the November election. "... I don't know whether it was intentional or not but it gave the impression that the attorney general was looking to align...

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  • UK's May Says She Will Form Gov't, Press Ahead With Brexit
UK's May Says She Will Form Gov't, Press Ahead With Brexit

Mr Corbyn's party is now six points ahead following a disastrous election for the Prime Minister. This means no checkpoints or intrusive enforcement. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urged her to resign, but she said her party would "ensure" stability in the UK. For decades it was led by its founder Rev Ian Paisley, a man who embodied hardline un...

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  • There's No Clear Winner in the UK Election. Here's What Happens Next
There's No Clear Winner in the UK Election. Here's What Happens Next

May is seeking permission from Queen Elizabeth II to form a government despite losing the majority. With almost two-thirds of the seats counted, the results appeared to be generally bearing out an exit poll that predicted the Conservatives would get 314 of the 650 seats in Parliament, down from 330, while the Labour Party was projected to win 2...

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  • Corbyn could yet form a minority government, top Momentum official says
Corbyn could yet form a minority government, top Momentum official says

May can no longer win an outright majority, based on calculations of news organizations including the British Broadcasting Corporation. With almost two-thirds of the seats counted, the results appeared to be generally bearing out an exit poll that predicted the Conservatives would get 314 of the 650 seats in Parliament, down from 330, while the...

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  • Putin critic sentenced to 30 days over unsanctioned protest
Putin critic sentenced to 30 days over unsanctioned protest

A judge sentenced Navalny after midnight for "staging an unsanctioned rally", the Associated Press reported. Authorities have said the protest is illegal. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer condemned the arrests and called on Russian Federation "to release all peaceful protesters". "He wanted to show the world that enough is enough and h...

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  • Brexit Talks May Not Begin On June 19
Brexit Talks May Not Begin On June 19

The Conservative Party failed to win a majority of seats in the House of Commons, which left a hung parliament. "It's just how long she's going to remain on death row". Davidson and the 13 Scottish Conservative MPs are travelling to Westminster Monday to underline their significance: without these seats May would have no chance of forming a gov...

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  • United Kingdom says Brexit talks to go ahead as scheduled
United Kingdom says Brexit talks to go ahead as scheduled

After the snap election left her leading a minority government , her subsequent loss of authority and apparent weakness within the party meant many people were left in their existing roles . The visibly weakened premier denied she was feeling "shell-shocked" after her election gamble backfired. "Most people in the United Kingdom won't forgive ...

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  • James Comey's testimony leaves an unanswered question about Jeff Sessions
James Comey's testimony leaves an unanswered question about Jeff Sessions

KARL: So he said those things under oath, would you be willing to speak under oath to give your version of those events? Several current and former Trump aides said they were especially concerned about Mr. If that's not trying to influence an election, I don't know what is. Trump said there was "no collusion, no obstruction" and that "Co...

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"Hard Brexit" plan is dead in the water: Scotland's Sturgeon

Speculation has been rife in Westminster that the State Opening of Parliament could be delayed after the Prime Minister's official spokesman declined to confirm it would go ahead as scheduled on June 19. "It is an opportunity, perhaps - I know the arithmetic, I am not blind to the hurdles - but it perhaps means an opportunity for a progressive alte...

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  • Irish premier warns May not to put Good Friday Agreement at risk
Irish premier warns May not to put Good Friday Agreement at risk

That could be done this time tomorrow morning or dinner time today. "We made clear at the beginning of these talks that James Brokenshire is not an acceptable chair". The Prime Minister explained that she is working towards a confidence and supply deal with the DUP which would provide stability and certainty for the United Kingdom going forward.

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  • US, Kuwait step up efforts to end Qatar blockade
US, Kuwait step up efforts to end Qatar blockade

The news of Qatar's ransom comes after Saudi Arabia , Egypt, the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain , and a powerful military leader in Libya all severed ties with Doha . In a day of mixed messages and chaotic diplomacy, Tillerson emphasized the economic, humanitarian and military damage he said the blockade was inflicting.

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  • Election debacle leaves United Kingdom govt in minority on eve of Brexit talks
Election debacle leaves United Kingdom govt in minority on eve of Brexit talks

The South Cambridgeshire MP told LBC: "Frankly, if a leader picks people who advise them so badly, and can not see that they are being advised so badly, then that tells me, I'm afraid, that that's not the leader that we need". "I hope we never hold referendums on anything ever again", added pro-E.U. former Conservative finance minister Ken Clarke. ...

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  • US opts out of G7 pledge committing to Paris climate accord
US opts out of G7 pledge committing to Paris climate accord

Merkel is hosting the G20 meeting in July. "No, I did not say that", Trudeau said. The prime minister's office claims the article is incorrect, and plans to ask the publication for a correction. "Our hope is that together with big emerging economies we can turn our commitments into action - boldly enough and quickly enough - to protect the most...

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  • President Trump willing to testify about James Comey conversations
President Trump willing to testify about James Comey conversations

On the witness's claim that Mr Trump asked him over dinner for his loyalty, Mr Kasowitz said: "The President never told Mr Comey 'I need loyalty, I expect loyalty, ' in form or substance". "That was an excuse by the Democrats who lost an election that some people think they shouldn't have lost, because it's nearly impossible for the Democrat...

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  • Angela Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after United Kingdom vote
Angela Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after United Kingdom vote

Scottish Conservatives' leader Ruth Davidson, whose influence has grown dramatically with the election of 13 Tories north of the border, has already broken cover to say "this isn't just going to be a Tory Brexit". "I have the feeling, because otherwise they would have given her a better vote". "Britain is a member of North Atlantic Treaty Organ...

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  • Conservatives lead, but Labour gains big in British election
Conservatives lead, but Labour gains big in British election

The Conservatives won 318 House of Commons seats in Thursday's election, eight short of an outright majority . Mrs May faced calls from within her own party to consider her own position after the election, which she brought forward by three years in the hope it would deliver her a comfortable Commons majority, ended with Labour making significan...

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