• Debating Trump's legal team's potential move to file complaint about Comey leak
Debating Trump's legal team's potential move to file complaint about Comey leak

Deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked if Trump has confidence in his attorney general, a question press secretary Sean Spicer would not answer earlier in the week. "And Kasowitz convinced him that not only will I defend you, but I will attack Comey where there's room to". If Trump hadn't fired Comey, or possibly if he'...

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  • Uncle of Pak-origin London Bridge attacker condemns his nephew
Uncle of Pak-origin London Bridge attacker condemns his nephew

Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to crack down on extremist content online, warning the public: "We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are". These included traffic violations, minor fraud, and petty crime. Khan and Police Commissioner Cressida Dick toured the site of the attack and praised the quick police work tha...

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  • United Kingdom arrests three as footage of London Bridge attack appears online
United Kingdom arrests three as footage of London Bridge attack appears online

The Italian daily Corriere della Sera reported Tuesday that Youssef Zaghba , the third named London Bridge attacker, had been stopped in Italy while trying to go to Syria in 2016. After police named two of the attackers and revealed that one was previously known to security agencies, Prime Minister Theresa May faced further questions about her...

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  • Arrest over London terror attack
Arrest over London terror attack

Two men, aged 34 and 37, were detained in Newham, while a third man aged 33 was arrested at an address in Waltham Forest. Five remain in custody, the police said. Police arrested three more people in Ilford, east... The accused however are not connected to the 1 June attack in the United Kingdom capital that left eight people dead, the police sai...

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  • Eighth person killed in London attack found in Thames river
Eighth person killed in London attack found in Thames river

Fears are growing over the whereabouts of at least five people still missing following the horrific attacks on Saturday night . Mr Echeverria, who worked in fraud prevention at HSBC, tried to tackle attackers at Borough Market, swinging at them with his skateboard.

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  • Tickets for Manchester benefit concert on sale
Tickets for Manchester benefit concert on sale

The pop line-up also has The Black Eyed Peas , Coldplay , Usher and Pharrell performing. Those who attended the May 22 show at Manchester Arena were automatically eligible to register for free tickets, while the general public had the opportunity to purchase tickets on Thursday morning.

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  • Northern Ireland's unionist kingmakers may help shape PM May's Brexit
Northern Ireland's unionist kingmakers may help shape PM May's Brexit

On Friday, May asked Queen Elizabeth II for permission to start a new governing coalition to keep her spot as prime minister. But in one of the most sensational nights in British electoral history, a resurgent Labour Party denied her an outright win, throwing the country into political turmoil as no clear victor emerged.

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  • Iran Kills Mastermind Behind Tehran Attacks
Iran Kills Mastermind Behind Tehran Attacks

The environmental evaluation of THAAD - which Washington says would protect South Korea from missile threats from the North - is expected to take weeks - if not months. move to impose new sanctions proves that Iran is facing two Daesh groups, one in the region and one in the global arena, calling Washington the "international Daesh".

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  • Alvaro Morata agrees to join Manchester United
Alvaro Morata agrees to join Manchester United

According to the Telegraph , Alvaro Morata has agreed to join Manchester United this summer. The English side refused to extend Zlatan Ibrahimovic's contract, who was their leading goal scorer with 28-goals last season in all competitions, which was the club's highest.

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  • United States forces assist Philippine troops fighting in city besieged by extremists
United States forces assist Philippine troops fighting in city besieged by extremists

Also Saturday, 13 Philippine marines were killed in what Philippine officials said was the greatest single-day loss for government forces since the start of the almost three-week siege. As many as 40 militants used civilians as shields, making it hard for troops to operate, and positioned themselves in the city's many mosques. A United States emb...

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  • UAE looks into humanitarian cases of Emirati and Qatari families
UAE looks into humanitarian cases of Emirati and Qatari families

Qatar has called the accusations baseless and have described the measures as a "siege" harmful to ordinary people there. A statement carried on state media said Doha would "not take any measures against residents of Qatar who hold the nationalities of countries that severed diplomatic ties or lowered diplomatic representations with the state...

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  • Qatar Row Could End in War, Germany Warns
Qatar Row Could End in War, Germany Warns

The United Arab Emirates welcomed "President Trump's leadership in challenging Qatar's troubling support for extremism". "For us, unity is clearly necessary for maximum effect on this front (against terrorism)", he said. President Trump had previously tweeted support for the move to isolate Qatar over its alleged financing of extremist groups...

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  • Qatar Says Keen to Have 'Positive' Iran Ties amid Row with Neighbors
Qatar Says Keen to Have 'Positive' Iran Ties amid Row with Neighbors

Qataris have been ordered to leave some of the blockading nations, but Qatar has said it will not follow suit. The Saudi Foreign Ministry announced a hotline for the affected families on Sunday, Saudi Arabia Arab News newspaper reports .

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  • Two more arrests over London Bridge attack
Two more arrests over London Bridge attack

The terrorists used a hire van to plough into pedestrians on London Bridge before abandoning the vehicle to launch a stabbing spree in Borough Market . Dean Haydon of the Counter-Terrorism Command also noted that the attackers used 12-inch knives to stab the victims, all of which had bright pink blades .

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  • Qatar Petroleum says business as usual despite diplomatic rift
Qatar Petroleum says business as usual despite diplomatic rift

The land border with Saudi Arabia, through which 40% of Qatar's food comes, has been closed. Turkey and Qatar moreover both support the Muslim Brotherhood, rebels fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and Islamist groups in divided Libya.

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  • Qatar's foreign minister thanks Russian Federation for offered assistance
Qatar's foreign minister thanks Russian Federation for offered assistance

The UAE has welcomed Trump's statements about Qatar. Qatar's neighbors have also criticized Qatar for allegedly supporting groups like the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. He said he hoped it would be the beginning of the end of funding terrorism. Qatar has denied it backs terrorists and accuses the Saudis of seeking to dominate their smaller nei...

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  • European Union tells May 'no time to lose' on Brexit talks
European Union tells May 'no time to lose' on Brexit talks

These considerations are reflected in our current negative outlook on the long-term ratings". On June 23 it will be a full year since Britain voted to leave the EU. Now, all remains unclear. Theresa May repeatedly urged voters to hand her a large majority so that she could go into talks in Brussels with the firm backing of the country and the H...

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  • Prince Harry starts countdown to 2018 Sydney Invictus Games
Prince Harry starts countdown to 2018 Sydney Invictus Games

The 32-year-old royal greeted crowds in the Sydney Harbour, including one elderly woman who gave him a sweet hug and a group of women who brought the prince a very special treat. "It gets you back in to the spirit of comradeship and it's about supporting fellow soldiers who are like minded", he said. The Royal encourages an athlete who will compl...

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  • Conservatives begin talks with DUP over alliance
Conservatives begin talks with DUP over alliance

Speculation had been mounting during the campaign about the future of some cabinet members. "It was a disaster", he said. The surprising outcome, which sent the pound tumbling, forced May to form a minority government, leaving her reliant on a small group of Northern Irish parliamentarians, just nine days before Britain is due to begin negotiat...

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  • London Attack: Images Of Fake Explosive Belts Released
London Attack: Images Of Fake Explosive Belts Released

He said Redouane's home, an apartment in Barking, east London , was the men's safe house where they put their plot together and prepared the attack. In a rare glimpse into the weeklong investigation, police released details on Saturday that showed Khuram Butt originally tried to rent a 7.5-ton truck.

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