• Maersk Line to beat Qatar crisis with Salalah feeder
Maersk Line to beat Qatar crisis with Salalah feeder

Last week, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates , Egypt and Bahrain cut ties with Qatar and blocked direct flights with the country. Kuwait , which has not joined its neighbours against Qatar , has been leading mediation efforts and on Sunday Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah al-Khaled Al-Sabah said that would continue.

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  • Tiger Woods arrested on DUI charge, clarifies it was prescription medication
Tiger Woods arrested on DUI charge, clarifies it was prescription medication

An arrest report was not immediately available on Monday. The traffic stop took place around 3.00am, Jupiter Police Department spokeswoman Kristin Rightler said. I had nerve pain with anything I did and was at the end of my rope". He last won a major in 2008, and in 2009 was charged with careless driving near his home after crashing into a tr...

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  • Eric Trump Goes Off On His Father's Critics: 'They're Not Even People'
Eric Trump Goes Off On His Father's Critics: 'They're Not Even People'

Eric Trump is top ten trending nationally online today because he's on the counter-attack. "I've never seen criticism like this", Eric Trump said . If you think that my headline is hyperbolic, take it up with Forbes , who titled their report "How Donald Trump Shifted Kids-Cancer Charity Money Into His Business".

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  • British PM May says will govern with 'friends' for successful Brexit deal
British PM May says will govern with 'friends' for successful Brexit deal

US President Donald Trump spoke Friday with May "to offer his warm support regarding the election", according to a White House statement. May, who became prime minister past year after Britons voted to leave the European Union , has tried to build a warm relationship with Trump.

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  • Qatar starts shipping cargo through Oman to bypass Gulf rift
Qatar starts shipping cargo through Oman to bypass Gulf rift

Despite the country being at the centre of a diplomatic crisis which has seen Qatar cut off politically - and economically - from neighbouring Gulf countries, organisers were unworried, said the source. The blockade was announced Monday, as these nations were anxious about Qatar getting too cozy with Iran, who they view as a threat. Kuw...

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  • 'This is still on' - Jeremy Corbyn
'This is still on' - Jeremy Corbyn

Besides, Theresa will be preoccupied with fending off challenges to her leadership from within the party, hardly the best frame of mind for tough Brexit negotiations. Speaking to Andrew Marr, Sir Michael also distanced himself from the DUP's conservative stance on social issues. "You could argue that with the government in minority now, its l...

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  • Theresa May strikes tentative deal with Northern Ireland party
Theresa May strikes tentative deal with Northern Ireland party

The DUP, which won 10 seats, said it is ready to talk with May about supporting her government, although such an alliance would be far from straight forward. Get a grip, everyone", he wrote in an article for The Sun. "Gavin will have an important role to play in that". In a resignation statement on the Conservative Home website, Timothy concede...

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  • Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins: 'Jeremy Corbyn CAN become Prime Minister'
Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins: 'Jeremy Corbyn CAN become Prime Minister'

A stream of senior lawmakers entered May's 10 Downing St. office Sunday afternoon, to learn what roles they had been given in government. " A handful of senior people have pledged their loyalty to Boris at Cabinet level ", a Johnson ally told The Sunday Times .

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  • Brexit talks facing slight delay, David Davis reveals
Brexit talks facing slight delay, David Davis reveals

Some EU officials and members of the European Parliament took aim at British Prime Minister Theresa May - who called the UK's snap election in an attempt to strengthen her hand in the Brexit talks - and the wider Conservative Party. "(But) it seems fair to say that the consensus view on Friday within the markets was that the practical outcome...

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  • Iran arrests dozens of IS 'agents'
Iran arrests dozens of IS 'agents'

Iranian authorities have arrested as many as 41 people suspected of links to the Islamic State group which claimed the terror attack on Wednesday, according to the Iranian interior ministry. In a statement , the Revolutionary Guard said that Saudi Arabia was responsible for the actions carried out by the Sunni jihadist group and referenced t...

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  • Britain could still walk away from Brexit negotiations: Davis
Britain could still walk away from Brexit negotiations: Davis

The pound shed more than 2 percent against the dollar, dropping as low as $1.2636 before trimming losses. "We are ready for the negotiations ". But with just 11 days to go before the talks are due to start, May's hand has been anything but strengthened.

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  • PM May not sobbing over election, Brexit minister says
PM May not sobbing over election, Brexit minister says

Boris Johnson , seen by many as a candidate for succeeding Theresa May , has urged Conservatives to back Theresa May (reasons: (1) she won the most Conservative votes since Margaret Thatcher, (2) the government must focus on Brexit , (3) the people do not want a new election).

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  • Britain's May does not have majority for leaving single market - Conservative lawmaker
Britain's May does not have majority for leaving single market - Conservative lawmaker

May had called the snap election with a view to increasing the narrow majority she had inherited from her predecessor David Cameron. The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. The Times of London said in an editorial that "the election appears to have been, among other things, a rejection of the vague but harshly worded prospectus for Brexit for...

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  • Hlaudi Motsoeneng found guilty at disciplinary hearing
Hlaudi Motsoeneng found guilty at disciplinary hearing

If you don't, here's a quick summary. "There will be a separate process into appointments made by Motsoeneng". Former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been reportedly found guilty by an internal disciplinary hearing , News24 reports.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn warns Theresa May must protect LGBT rights
Jeremy Corbyn warns Theresa May must protect LGBT rights

They had some strong words to say against Theresa May , earlier in the day. Some Conservatives , including the party's Scottish leader Ruth Davidson, are unhappy about a deal with the DUP because of the party's opposition to gay marriage and abortion.

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  • Philippine flag raised on Independence Day in war-torn city
Philippine flag raised on Independence Day in war-torn city

They initially estimated there were about 100 gunmen but later said there were as many as 500, supplemented by foreign fighters from Chechnya, Saudi Arabia and Yemen. 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. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte ...

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  • Wonder Woman 2: Patty Jenkins hasn't signed up yet
Wonder Woman 2: Patty Jenkins hasn't signed up yet

Wonder Woman's opening weekend topped Fifty Shades of Grey's $85 million bow to become the largest first frame ever for a female-directed pic . Though Gal Gadot is locked in for another Wonder Woman movie, Patty Jenkins has not yet officially been signed for the Wonder Woman sequel .

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  • North Korea 'poses a threat to us all': Mattis
North Korea 'poses a threat to us all': Mattis

The Foreign Ministry added that Pyongyang "outrightly rejects the sanctions racket put forth by the United States and the UN Security Council to prevent the strengthening of our nuclear deterrence". China and Japan both claim islands in the East China Sea. "China will not be a bystander in the nuclear issue", she said. "Our two countries ca...

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  • Russian opposition leader Navalny detained ahead of protest
Russian opposition leader Navalny detained ahead of protest

Police in Moscow had gas masks and witnesses say pepper spray was used. Navalny, who faces a possible 15-day jail sentence on charges of disobeying police, rose to prominence for detailed open-source investigations of government corruption.

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  • Intelligence Officials: No Pressure To Intervene In Investigations
Intelligence Officials: No Pressure To Intervene In Investigations

A Democratic senator grilled intelligence and law enforcement officials on their conversations with President Donald Trump and the firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey. Mark Warner of Virginia, also lauded the law. "The (intelligence community) fiercely prides itself on its apolitical service to the country". It's a new ...

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