• Putin Critic Navalny Detained After Defying Police With Protest Call
Putin Critic Navalny Detained After Defying Police With Protest Call

In Vladivostok, where hundreds of people assembled for a protest, demonstrator Alexei Borenko said after eluding police attempts to detain him, that he was "here first of all because of the corruption in Russian Federation which is becoming incredibly big in Russian Federation".

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  • PM May now heads wobbly minority government
PM May now heads wobbly minority government

No mandate for her. Mr Corbyn said the prime minister should step down. While Sanders didn't win the 2016 Democratic nomination, narrowly losing to rival Hillary Clinton who had the support of her party's state committees, the outsider senator did win the vote in key states such as Indiana, New Hampshire and MI during primaries.

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  • Flight headed to London evacuated over 'terror-related' talk
Flight headed to London evacuated over 'terror-related' talk

The incident forced the diversion of 17 inbound flights, delays in 20 departing flights and cancellation of two flights, a spokeswoman for Cologne airport said, adding that air traffic had returned to normal after a three-hour interruption.

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  • WB: GJM calls for an all party meet in Darjeeling
WB: GJM calls for an all party meet in Darjeeling

Bose held the state government responsible for the escalated tension in Darjeeling and said that the ruling regime can not solve this issue by simply providing some funds and forming the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA). Army had to be called out to stage flag marches in Darjeeling , Kalimpong and Kurseong to restore peace. The poli...

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  • Beleaguered UK prime minister names new cabinet as critics circle
Beleaguered UK prime minister names new cabinet as critics circle

The results of the survey came as former minister Ed Vaizey indicated that Tory MPs were actively discussing Mrs May's position using the WhatsApp messaging system. Kieran Pedley, an analyst with GFK Market Research, said that Labour has made impressive gains in southern marginal but that was offset to an extent by some Tory gains in Scotland.

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  • Qatar Airways urges United Nations action against Gulf boycott
Qatar Airways urges United Nations action against Gulf boycott

DOHA , June 12 Qatar has launched two new shipping services to Omani ports after other Gulf states severed ties with Doha last week, raising concerns over food supplies to import-dependent Qatar. The three countries' aviation bodies also said non-Qatari private and chartered flights from Qatar must submit requests to them at least 24 hours before...

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  • Trump Leaked Intel Obtained in Israeli Hack of ISIS Computers
Trump Leaked Intel Obtained in Israeli Hack of ISIS Computers

Israeli hackers were successful several months ago in penetrating a small cell of Islamic terrorist bomb experts operating out of Syria , the report says. On May 10, Trump divulged information about how Israel hacked into a cell of Syrian bomb makers who planned to down aircrafts using explosives hidden in laptops.

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  • May not a 'dead woman walking': minister
May not a 'dead woman walking': minister

The Prime Minister made it clear that she will not resign before stating that she will create a minority government with the DUP . However, Mrs May insisted that, as the leader of the largest party in the new parliament, she had a duty to act in the "national interest" and lead the country through the Brexit negotiations starting in ten days...

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  • No sign of healing in G-7 climate change rift
No sign of healing in G-7 climate change rift

The U.S. abstained from sections of a Group of Seven (G7) communiqué related to climate change action, the Paris climate agreement and worldwide development funds focused on mitigating the impacts of climate change, according to a joint statement following a meeting of G7 environment ministers.

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  • Ramadan toll shows Islamic State in pitched recruiting race
Ramadan toll shows Islamic State in pitched recruiting race

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has fingered the United States for instability in the Middle East. Among those at the table for the secret meeting was the purported leader of the Islamic State group's Southeast Asia branch, Isnilon Hapilon, who is on Washington's list of most-wanted terrorists and has a $5 million bounty on his he...

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  • Theresa May wasn't sobbing over election result, says Brexit Secretary Davis
Theresa May wasn't sobbing over election result, says Brexit Secretary Davis

Tomáš Prouza, who recently resigned as Czech secretary of state for European affairs, said "any negotiation is nearly pointless at the moment". Meanwhile, Scotttish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson - who bucked the pro-Labour anti-Conservative trend by winning 12 seats north of the border - has also said she wants "consensus within the country a...

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  • Trump accuses ex-FBI director of cowardice over 'leaks'
Trump accuses ex-FBI director of cowardice over 'leaks'

Comey also said that he believed the president had fired him because of the Russian Federation probe, told "lies" about his record at the bureau and sought to redirect the probe away from former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Comey said he did not know if Trump taped their conversations, but would be fine with them being released if ...

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  • AG Sessions In Hot Seat Before Senate Panel
AG Sessions In Hot Seat Before Senate Panel

The Attorney General may also be asked if there are tapes of the President's private conversations with Comey as Mr. Trump has suggested but so far has refused to confirm. And he can expect questions about his involvement in Comey's May 9 firing, the circumstances surrounding his decision to recuse himself from the FBI's investigation, and whether ...

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  • Sessions says he will discuss Comey with US Senate panel
Sessions says he will discuss Comey with US Senate panel

Sessions' role in the ongoing probe into Trump campaign's alleged communications with Russian Federation has come under increased scrutiny since the testimony of former FBI Director James Comey this week. Sessions recused himself in early March from investigations related to the 2016 election. I think it is a reasonable question. A source close...

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  • UK Urges Gulf Nations To De-Escalate Tensions
UK Urges Gulf Nations To De-Escalate Tensions

Amnesty International has criticized the punitive measures taken by Saudi Arabia and a number of its allies against Qatar, saying the restrictions violate the human rights of the Qatari people . He accused the Gulf countries of violating a 1944 convention that the UAE and Bahrain have signed. The Arab states blocked direct flights with Qatar and ...

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  • White House condemns Russia's crackdown on protesters
White House condemns Russia's crackdown on protesters

In the daily press briefing, Spicer told reporters that "detaining peaceful protesters and journalists is an affront to core democratic values". "The United States strongly condemns the detention of hundreds of peaceful protesters throughout Russian Federation that happened on June 12", White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said on Monday, as...

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  • UAE newspaper says fake site impersonated it
UAE newspaper says fake site impersonated it

World oil prices are recovering on June 13 after several days of fluctuations due to the diplomatic tension in the Gulf region. In an interview with Al-Jazeera English, Baker also came down hard on US President Donald Trump , whose country has been a longtime ally of Qatar.

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  • White House condemns arrests at Russian protests
White House condemns arrests at Russian protests

Petersburg. White House spokesman Sean Spicer called on Moscow to "immediately release all peaceful protesters" detained in nationwide marches. However, the lawyer noted that he does not expect the Moscow City Court's decision to be positive for his client.

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  • Merkel assumes UK to stick with its Brexit plan
Merkel assumes UK to stick with its Brexit plan

Labour's surge caused Conservatives to lose 12 seats and their absolute majority in Parliament, forcing them into a coalition government with the far-right Democratic Unionist Party . There will be calls from within the party for her to resign, and there will be attempts to force a vote of no-confidence to force her from Party leadership.

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  • Britain's Theresa May apologises to own MPs for election 'mess'
Britain's Theresa May apologises to own MPs for election 'mess'

May's main opponent, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , appeared on the Sunday talk shows, too, looking either "serene" or "smug" - depending on the commentator's measure of the man. In a surprise move, Michael Gove was appointed environment and agriculture minister less than a year after the prime minister sacked him as justice minister.

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