• All About James Comey
All About James Comey

Kasowitz suggested that Comey could be prosecuted for the release of "privileged information". Comey said he believed Trump tried to derail the Flynn probe, and that the president was "looking for something" in return for letting Comey keep his job.

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  • Gulf crisis: Aid recipients concerned about rift
Gulf crisis: Aid recipients concerned about rift

Speaking amid a tour of European capitals to gauge support among Doha's traditional allies, Sheikh Mohammed said there was "no proof" to accusations that his country financed terrorist groups, supported the Muslim Brotherhood and the Palestinian group Hamas and had close ties with Iran.

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  • U.S. breaks with G7 on climate, development banks - statement
U.S. breaks with G7 on climate, development banks - statement

On Friday, German news magazine Der Spiegel published a story suggesting Trudeau had "switched to appeasement" of the Trump administration during a phone conversation with Merkel on Tuesday. In a statement , the EPA said the USA had "reset the climate change discussion" at the G-7 meeting and stressed that it was a party to the 15-page communiqu...

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  • United Kingdom urges Gulf states to ease blockade against Qatar
United Kingdom urges Gulf states to ease blockade against Qatar

Oman welcomed a decision by three Gulf countries to give special consideration to families with Qatari spouses and children today, after they cut ties with Qatar last week and expelled Qatari nationals from their countries. "The blockade of Qatar has trampled over a wide range of civil, economic social and cultural rights". "Families have bee...

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  • Alleged bomb-making neo-Nazi granted bond by federal judge
Alleged bomb-making neo-Nazi granted bond by federal judge

The judge said there was no clear and convincing evidence "the defendant represents a threat to any person or community". Police found his roommates, 22-year-old Jeremy Himmelman and 18-year-old Andrew Oneschuk, with gunshot wounds in the head and upper body.

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  • 'Dear Evan Hansen' big victor at 2017 Tony Awards
'Dear Evan Hansen' big victor at 2017 Tony Awards

Outside the world of song and dance, Lincoln Center Theater's Oslo won the award for best play , and ensemble member Michael Aronov was named best featured actor. Rebecca Teichman won best director for " Indecent ", which recounts the bumpy journey to Broadway of Sholem Asch's controversial Yiddish play "God of Vengeance".

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  • US, Mexico draw in qualifier
US, Mexico draw in qualifier

With Azteca at 7,820 feet above sea level and a mere two off days since a 2-0 home victory over Trinidad and Tobago , Arena paid close attention to recovery time and tested his roster's depth. Mexico responded swiftly, with Jonathan Dos Santos firing a low shot past Brad Guzan's left-hand post . On the surface, it was a 5-4-1, but dependi...

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  • Brexit talks may not start on time
Brexit talks may not start on time

As the Conservative Party digested the loss of its majority in last week's election, government officials suggested both the announcement of the Prime Minister's agenda, known as the Queen's Speech, and talks over Britain's divorce from the European Union could be postponed.

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  • Bangladesh disappointed at USA pullout from climate deal
Bangladesh disappointed at USA pullout from climate deal

Voters were also asked whether leaving the Paris accord would "help" or "hurt" United States of leadership in the world. The US president said the deal was not tough enough on China and India. Being one of the most climate vulnerable countries, Bangladesh with a current population of 160 million, remains committed to the Paris Climate Agreement.

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  • Theresa May to 'get on with job' after ignoring calls for resignation
Theresa May to 'get on with job' after ignoring calls for resignation

The union, as I've said before, is our guiding star", she said. "There needs to be a much more extensive group of people around Number 10 to hold the party together. Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has disclosed that senior ministers had confronted Mrs May and told her she had to change the way she operates. He said a new election might be...

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  • Bernie Sanders Congratulates Jeremy Corbyn On UK Election Gains
Bernie Sanders Congratulates Jeremy Corbyn On UK Election Gains

Britain has been hit with three terror attacks since March, and campaigning was twice suspended. With no clear victor emerging from Thursday's election, a wounded May signaled on Friday that she would fight on. But she underestimated the Labour Party and more importantly she underestimated you. "I have had queues at my polling stations in a w...

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  • Trump's Comey claims contradicted by president's own son
Trump's Comey claims contradicted by president's own son

Comey said he believed Trump fired him because of the Russian Federation investigation, and Trump himself cited "this Russian Federation thing" as a motivating factor for his decision to sack Comey during an interview with broadcaster NBC that aired last month.

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  • Olivier Giroud targeted by West Ham in £20m move
Olivier Giroud targeted by West Ham in £20m move

Giroud - who renewed his contract with the north London club in January - has been with Arsenal since a £9.6m ($12.2m) move from Montpeller in 2012 and has gone on to score 98 goals in 226 games in all competitions. However, Wenger is keen to utilise his academy next term and says Nelson and Maitland-Niles will be considered as first-team players...

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  • Brazil police arrest former minister in World Cup stadium probe
Brazil police arrest former minister in World Cup stadium probe

The opening of unrelated probes into corruption allegations has led to hopes among Temer's opponents - and fears among his defenders - that the TSE could seize the opportunity to bring him down. This is the first time that a Brazilian court examines a request for annulment of a presidential election result. Temer and Rousseff have repeatedly ...

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  • Philippine troops raise flag as bombs fall on Islamist-held city
Philippine troops raise flag as bombs fall on Islamist-held city

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has made a top priority of his foreign policy establishing a strong measure of autonomy compared to the nation's traditional dependence on the U.S., and the sudden news of United States forces becoming involved in the siege of Marawi has raised a lot of eyebrows.

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  • Theresa May to appeal to Tory MPs after general election fallout
Theresa May to appeal to Tory MPs after general election fallout

The Daily Mail screamed: "Gamble That Backfired". According to some reports, May had offered to resign immediately but was talked out of it by colleagues dreading what yet another election would do to them, in the face of a suddenly popular and apparently electable Jeremy Corbyn.

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  • Militants in Philippines city dug in for protracted battle
Militants in Philippines city dug in for protracted battle

However, the agreement failed to bring lasting peace in Mindanao. He said the military only allowed rescuers to access areas on the fringes of zones held by the fighters, and barred them from entering bombed-out city blocks. Government forces have bombarded Marawi with air strikes and waged fierce street-to-street battles with hundreds of gunmen ...

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  • Trump invited to testify about interactions with Comey
Trump invited to testify about interactions with Comey

According to Comey, Trump said in a private Oval Office conversation, "He (Flynn) is a good guy". The reporter asked Comey Jr. if had any reaction to the week's events, including his testimony before the Senate. Oliver then noted that the hearing further called Trump's credibility into question when Comey described why he was compelled to take m...

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  • Iran tracks down and kills ISIL suspects after attacks
Iran tracks down and kills ISIL suspects after attacks

Iran's Intelligence Ministry has identified the five terrorists who were killed during the two deadly terror attacks on its parliament and on the shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini on Wednesday. The message was stronger because it was sent from the heart of Iran's legislative body. The Iranian security forces arrested 41 members of Daesh terror group (...

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  • General election result - industry reaction
General election result - industry reaction

But her party is deeply divided over what it wants from Brexit , and the election result means British businesses still have no idea what trading rules they can expect in the coming years. One of the party member's, Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, who leads the group in Westminster, said his party would talk to the Conservatives if it needed support to ...

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