• UK leader holds alliance talks with Northern Ireland party chief
UK leader holds alliance talks with Northern Ireland party chief

The turmoil started when May chose to hold snap elections to gain more seats for her party, which already had majority in parliament , to strengthen her position in the upcoming Brexit talks scheduled for June 19. Talks between Theresa May and the Democratic Unionist Party over a confidence and supply deal to prop up the Conservative Govern...

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  • Suspected N.Korea drone filmed missile defence site: Seoul
Suspected N.Korea drone filmed missile defence site: Seoul

South Korean investigators have since discovered hundreds of photos from its Sony-made in-built camera, a Defense Ministry official said, requesting anonymity because of department rules. In a speech marking South Korea's Memorial Day last Tuesday, President Moon honored national heroes and veterans, including those who fought in the Vietn...

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  • Words With Friends Adds 'Covfefe' To Its Mobile Game
Words With Friends Adds 'Covfefe' To Its Mobile Game

Well, countless tweeters already were trying, and even more joined in humorous effort as the day wore on. But this time, users the world over have been left scratching their heads over "covfefe": a freakish word apparently created by the president.

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  • British Election Ends With A Hung Parliament
British Election Ends With A Hung Parliament

If May is to honor the wish of the 52 percent of voters who opted past year to take Britain out of the European Union , she must find a way to bridge the differences within her party. The leader of the DUP confirmed that talks are happening. "The Conservatives have not yet broken the British system of democracy, but through their hubris and inco...

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  • North Korea frees US college student; family says he's in coma
North Korea frees US college student; family says he's in coma

Warmbier has been in a coma for over a year, according to his parents. Department of State spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters Rodman had nothing to do with Warmbier's release. Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown of Cleveland said the country's "despicable actions ... must be condemned". NORTH KOREA has released a 22-year-old college stude...

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  • Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh with heavy wind and rain
Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh with heavy wind and rain

Bangladeshi authorities are trying to evacuate up to a million people before a powerful cyclone makes landfall. Bangladesh's Cyclone Preparedness programme head had earlier told EFE that 56,000 volunteers had helped in the evacuation in 18 coastal districts of the country.

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  • Trump ready to testify under oath about Comey
Trump ready to testify under oath about Comey

Comey misled the public about the alleged lack of support among Mr. Comey's Federal Bureau of Investigation colleagues. The way Comey understood his conversations with the president, Trump asked Comey for three things: his loyalty , to "lift the cloud" of any perception the president was under investigation and to drop the FBI's investigat...

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  • UK Election: Jeremy Corbyn accidentally slaps Emily Thornberry's breast
UK Election: Jeremy Corbyn accidentally slaps Emily Thornberry's breast

While Labour failed to cause a complete upset , taking control of parliament, they have stunted the Torys by forcing them to lose their majority, and ending the election in a hung parliament . And here's just some of the incredible responses on Twitter. Corbyn and Thornberry beamed for the cameras. Another giggled: "The naughtiest thing Corby...

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  • Suspected North Korean drone photographed US missile defense system
Suspected North Korean drone photographed US missile defense system

China and Russian Federation assert that the U.S.is using the North Korean threat as an excuse to expand its ballistic missile defense in the area, crippling the nuclear deterrence capabilities of these two countries. "We will come up with measures to deal with North Korean drones", an official at South Korea's Office of the Joint Chiefs of ...

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  • US Attorney General Jeff Sessions denies links to Russian Federation in Senate testimony
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions denies links to Russian Federation in Senate testimony

Sessions, a close Trump adviser during the battle for the presidency, said in his opening statement that it was a "detestable and appalling lie" to suggest he was aware of or participated in any collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.

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  • Leftist leader quells rebellion in Britain's Labour with poll surge
Leftist leader quells rebellion in Britain's Labour with poll surge

Voters wiped out May's parliamentary majority and dealt a devastating blow to the Conservative Party in a snap election she had called to strengthen her hand in Brexit talks. Whether she remains in the driving seat or not will be determined over the next few days, but she will lead a severely weakened Conservative government after an unnecessary ...

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  • UK Police Arrest Man in Connection to Manchester Arena Attack
UK Police Arrest Man in Connection to Manchester Arena Attack

Isaac and Abz Forjani, who were arrested and released without charge, expressed shock at Abedi's actions. Six of the 17 people arrested for possible connections to the attack have been released, police said. He wrote: "This means more to us than all the awesome things people have done this week. when your daughter asks after her 2nd operation is ...

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  • Rodman begins sightseeing on NKorea trip he hopes opens door
Rodman begins sightseeing on NKorea trip he hopes opens door

An American student who had been detained in North Korea for nearly a year-and-a-half has been released. How he was freed: Bill Richardson, a former U.S. "Otto should have been released from the start", said US Sen. The sponsorship details were not known but PotCoin said in a press statement that Rodman would provide more information about hi...

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  • US Attorney General Sessions calls notion he colluded with Russian Federation 'detestable lie'
US Attorney General Sessions calls notion he colluded with Russian Federation 'detestable lie'

During this week's hearing, Sessions repeatedly explained his repeated non-disclosures by citing what he called a long-standing Department of Justice policy. Sessions told the senators that he has confidence in Mueller but said he had "no idea" if Trump did because he had not spoken to the president about the matter.

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  • US Attorney General to face Russian Federation questions
US Attorney General to face Russian Federation questions

Here's why Sessions is at the center of so much, and here's how he can help us better understand the still-unraveling Trump-Russia-FBI investigation. go" of his investigation into Flynn. Democrats are pushing for a public hearing. And, if Sessions was aware of the President's rationale, Reed said he expects that senators will ask why he d...

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  • Nicola Sturgeon calls for a pause in Brexit process
Nicola Sturgeon calls for a pause in Brexit process

The SNP's Brexit Minister Michael Russell did suggest that another vote was on the backburner amid confusion over the shape of the UK Government and Brexit. "I think people in the party see she reaches people that the Conservatives haven't got to in a long time ". We faced the freaky prospect of relatively few newly minted Conservative MPs...

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  • Trump calls May to offer 'his warm support' after election
Trump calls May to offer 'his warm support' after election

Independence Party. The new government and its partners will have to work hard to agree a strategy, although the EU's budget commissioner, Gunther Oettinger, tweeted that the United Kingdom is now a weaker negotiating partner than prior to the election and questioned whether the Brexit negotiations could start on schedule.

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  • White House to grant Pentagon authority to adjust troop levels in Afghanistan
White House to grant Pentagon authority to adjust troop levels in Afghanistan

Mattis acknowledged that he believed the Taliban were "surging" at the moment, something he said he meant to address. "We are putting it together now, and there are actions being taken to make certain that we don't pay a price for the delay", he said.

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  • North Korea Releases Detained US Student, Rodman Visits
North Korea Releases Detained US Student, Rodman Visits

Per WaPo, President Trump started efforts to evacuate Warmbier from the country once he became aware of his medical condition. There are now three USA citizens being held in the country. Businessman Kim Dong-chul was arrested in October 2015 and accused of espionage. Tony Kim, one of the men recently detained as he was leaving the country, is a...

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  • North Korea releases American student Otto Warmbier
North Korea releases American student Otto Warmbier

Warmbier, a student at the University of Virginia, had been charged with subversion by the DPRK and was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor in 2016. Certainly Mr. Trump is aware of Mr. Rodman's visit, but the former athlete's trip doesn't have official backing. Annabella Vagonis, a family friend from Reston, Virginia, whose daughter...

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