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

The Prime Minister sought to shore up her extremely vulnerable position with a reshuffle that confirmed most key figures in their existing jobs, although there were a couple of unexpected moves that saw the return of Brexiteer Michael Gove as Environment Secretary, well as key promotions for Tories who backed remaining in the European Union - inc...

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  • Senator Feinstein wants probe of Loretta Lynch handling of email case
Senator Feinstein wants probe of Loretta Lynch handling of email case

Feinstein is the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, and she also sits on the intelligence committee. Michael Mukasey, the attorney general under George W. "The Clinton campaign, at the time, was using all kind of euphemisms for what was going on", Comey recounted. He said "that looked silly" because the campaigns were talking about it.

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  • Underground water pipe bursts in Ukraine street
Underground water pipe bursts in Ukraine street

The CCTV footage shot on Monday and timestamped at 1.58pm, also shows the aftermath of the muddy explosion: a six-metre-wide crater, ruined shopfronts and streets flooded. Officials had been carrying out tests in the capital of Ukraine when the waterpipe burst in spectacular fashion. The Daily Mail said the pipe normally pumped hot water.

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  • British PM says she takes responsibility for election result
British PM says she takes responsibility for election result

In a cabinet reshuffle, and May appointed Michael Gove , with whom she has clashed in the past, as environment minister and two of May's closest aides, who many blamed for the election result, resigned in a bid to quell dissent. It is likely the DUP will press for increased investment in Northern Ireland as the price of their support in West...

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  • Saudi carrier looks to poach Qatar Airways staff
Saudi carrier looks to poach Qatar Airways staff

Qahtani said the presence of Taliban officials in Qatar was "absolutely a request by the USA government". "I think that President Trump's comment about my country is ill-placed, ill-informed, and I can again repeat that I'm very disappointed in him".

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  • British PM Theresa May reshuffles cabinet before Brexit talks
British PM Theresa May reshuffles cabinet before Brexit talks

Promising to maintain the high quality of British food, he also claimed to understand the "needs of those living and working in the countryside" better than his leadership rivals - who included Mrs Leadsom. Michael Gove , who was sacked by the Prime Minister a year ago, has also been handed the role of environment minister. "I think there is conc...

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  • But what is a hung parliament?
But what is a hung parliament?

Arkush, a leader in Britain's Jewish communities, told The Times of Israel he believes the results of the election to be a loss for British Jews and for Israel. Despite not taking a majority in the United Kingdom's general election on Thursday, the Labour Party's strong showing has caused an old question to gain new life: could Vermont Sen.

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  • Daughter of president's 'Rasputin' friend returns to Seoul
Daughter of president's 'Rasputin' friend returns to Seoul

Chung, who is Choi's only child and won an equestrian gold medal for South Korea in the 2014 Asian games, has denied playing any role in the corruption scandal that has embroiled her mother. Chung was arrested in Aalborg, northern Denmark, on January 1 on an global warrant. Prosecutors are expected to seek an arrest warrant for Chung for question...

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  • Twitter reacts to McCain's Comey questions
Twitter reacts to McCain's Comey questions

The Daily Mail reported that Comey responded to a question during the hearing with an answer that may have foreshadowed the news. Does McCain have a cold and is loopy from a little much Nyquil? Twitter pundits had a field day with McCain's unusual performance, though for some, the concern over the five-term senator's health appeared genuine....

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  • Bernie Sanders Slams 1 Percent in Praise for UK's Corbyn
Bernie Sanders Slams 1 Percent in Praise for UK's Corbyn

This is disappointing for Prime Minister Theresa May , who chose to call an early election to try to strengthen her hand in talks with the European Union on Brexit . "I am delighted to see Labour do so well", said Sanders, who campaigned for Corbyn in the days before the election. "That's not a matter for me", she said.

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  • Iran arrests eight IS suspects over Tehran attacks
Iran arrests eight IS suspects over Tehran attacks

Iran's intelligence minister Mahmoud Alavi said that 43 suspects had been arrested by Satursday night and that operations to identify more "terrorist cells" were under way. "Allah permitting, this is the first brigade that was established (in Iran) but it will not be the last", one said, as the group sat masked in a circle with their weapons.

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  • Donald Trump is back on Twitter and has hit out at Comey
Donald Trump is back on Twitter and has hit out at Comey

I'll tell you about it over a very short period of time ". The former Federal Bureau of Investigation director said Trump's private comments urging him to drop the probe into former national security adviser Michael Flynn led him to tell his Justice Department colleagues they needed to be careful.

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  • Mark Hughes job not in jeopardy at Stoke; Whelan could leave
Mark Hughes job not in jeopardy at Stoke; Whelan could leave

However, it's clear that reinforcements will be needed if they are to challenge for a Premier League return, and Bruce appears to be acknowledging that with a reported move for Stoke midfielder Glenn Whelan . The 33-year-old Dubliner is being strongly linked with Sky Bet Championship club Aston Villa who have reportedly seen a £500,000 transfe...

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  • UK exit poll says Conservatives to win largest number of seats
UK exit poll says Conservatives to win largest number of seats

Youngsters and elderly joined together yesterday, 'which made them possible to conquer 261 seats compared to the 318 of the ruling Conservative Party . The result calls into question May's future as leader of the party, and the country. The Guardian , which backed Labour, said May and the Conservatives had gone from "hubris to humiliation" ...

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  • Believed serial robber hits Dollar Tree Store in North Haven
Believed serial robber hits Dollar Tree Store in North Haven

This suspect may be responsible for robberies from upstate NY to Idaho. His MO is to enter the store at closing time brandishing a weapon - sometimes a handgun, sometimes a stun gun or pepper spray - and then direct employees to empty all register and safes, authorities say.

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  • Theresa May faces ousting after UK election shock
Theresa May faces ousting after UK election shock

May had been expected to win comfortably. Brexit negotiations will be more hard for British Prime Minister Theresa May following the general election results, a think-tank expert said Friday. Jeremy Corbyn still thinks he can become prime minister instead of Theresa May . She also declined to take part in TV debates, which was also re...

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  • Comey Draws 19.5 Million to TV
Comey Draws 19.5 Million to TV

The former Federal Bureau of Investigation director said he originally didn't report his conversations with the president to a White House official. In that memo, Comey said Trump asked if the then-FBI director would "let ... Breitbart News can not confirm or deny if Richman complied with the Senators' demands. " James Comey was all about Ja...

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  • Trump's revised travel ban blocked again by USA appeals court
Trump's revised travel ban blocked again by USA appeals court

Because of the conflict with immigration law, the judges said they did not need to consider whether it also violated the Constitution's prohibition on the government favouring or disfavouring any religion. The ruling Monday says the president violated USA immigration law. Sessions says the court's decision "has a chilling effect on security ope...

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  • Ministers tipped to push PM for soft Brexit after reshuffle
Ministers tipped to push PM for soft Brexit after reshuffle

In a WhatsApp message to Conservative lawmakers, Johnson said, "Folks we need to calm down and get behind the prime minister". Britain's Press Association says May, who was greeted with around 25 seconds of table banging and a brief cheer, told lawmakers at the closed-door meeting that she planned to sort out the problems facing her party.

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  • Third London attacks suspect reportedly Italian-Moroccan
Third London attacks suspect reportedly Italian-Moroccan

The three terrorists carrying out Saturday night's attack were shot dead by police within eight minutes of the alarm being raised. Seven people were killed in the attack, while 48 were wounded. The second man, Rachid Redouane , had not aroused any suspicions. Butt and Redouane both lived in Barking in suburban east London. Mr Pigeard was s...

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