• UK's May Announces She Will Form Government Day After Losing Parliamentary Majority
UK's May Announces She Will Form Government Day After Losing Parliamentary Majority

Britain's best-selling Sun newspaper said senior members of the party had vowed to get rid of May, but would wait at least six months because they were anxious that a leadership contest could propel Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn into power.

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  • Iran rejects Trump's comments on Tehran attacks
Iran rejects Trump's comments on Tehran attacks

It added that the group returned to Iran a year ago trying to commit acts of terrorism in the holy cities of the country but they failed to do so since the security forces inflicted damage on their network while killing the ringleader named as Abu Aisha.

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  • Fact check: Trump tweets he was 'vindicated' by Comey testimony - not quite
Fact check: Trump tweets he was 'vindicated' by Comey testimony - not quite

During a joint press conference with the president of Romania, President Donald Trump accused former FBI Director James Comey of lying during his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee. "I'll tell you about that sometime in the very near future", Trump said. "You're going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer". ...

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  • Notre Dame attacker shouted 'this is for Syria' before being shot
Notre Dame attacker shouted 'this is for Syria' before being shot

Pictures on social media from inside the cathedral showed people sitting down with their hands in the air apparently at the request of police. "We took cover in a nearby store, and they left us there for about 15 minutes before fully clearing the area", she said.

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  • Vindicates self, proclaims 'Comey is a leaker — Trump Friday Twitter
Vindicates self, proclaims 'Comey is a leaker — Trump Friday Twitter

He let others do his talking. Donald Trump has made his first comments, over Twitter, since yesterday's gripping testimony by ex-FBI director James Comey before the Sentate Intelligence Committee. Comey put himself squarely at odds with Trump in characterizing their conversations over a three-month period. In Nixon's case, the tapes bec...

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  • May to form government with help of Democratic Unionist party
May to form government with help of Democratic Unionist party

So, who are they? Office worker Christina Kelly, 38, described the result as "not exactly an ideal situation" but said it would likely focus more attention on Northern Ireland and particularly how Brexit would affect the region. "As more results started to come through, it became clear that we were the party that had won most seats and ...

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  • Polls open as thousands across Sussex begin casting their vote
Polls open as thousands across Sussex begin casting their vote

If you haven't received your polling card yet, don't panic - you don't need it to cast your ballot. Prime Minister Theresa May and her main opponent, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn , have already cast their votes. There will be comprehensive online coverage of the election, including a live blog with up to the minute results and reaction overnight. ...

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  • Theresa May's top advisers resign after United Kingdom election shock
Theresa May's top advisers resign after United Kingdom election shock

Timothy said he had resigned yesterday after the result was confirmed, and took responsibility for the Conservative manifesto, including a botched plan for elderly social care that caused a major backlash. Many believe the results of the 2017 general elections will also impact Britain's exit from the 27-nation bloc, as the main reason behind call...

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  • Putin to NBC's Kelly: Russian Election Interference 'Wouldn't Make Sense'
Putin to NBC's Kelly: Russian Election Interference 'Wouldn't Make Sense'

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with Megyn Kelly that aired Sunday he does not have compromising information on President Trump and does not know where he is supposed to have acquired such material. When it comes to Flynn, however, Putin admitted that he sat with the American at an event but only had the most inconsequ...

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  • UK Elections: Theresa May to form coalition govt with support of DUP
UK Elections: Theresa May to form coalition govt with support of DUP

The Scottish Conservative leader, Ruth Davidson , said she had been given an assurance by Mrs May that gay rights would not be eroded in return for DUP support. Ms Davidson, who is gay, plans to marry her partner in the near future and said she had been "straightforward" with Mrs May about her concerns. "I'm anxious about the direction they'll t...

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  • United Kingdom election upset leaves prime minister's Brexit strategy in disarray
United Kingdom election upset leaves prime minister's Brexit strategy in disarray

Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn was victorious in a close race against May, giving the left-leaning party the majority in the British Parliament. Now the famous British capacity for muddling through faces a real test as the most important negotiations facing the nation in a generation get fully under way.

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  • UK media: May has no intention of resigning
UK media: May has no intention of resigning

Her best prospects of forming a government seemed to rest on a possible arrangement with the Democratic Unionist Party, whose 10 MPs would be enough to take the Tories - on 318 seats with one constituency left to declare - past the 326 mark to secure an absolute majority .

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  • 3rd London attacker named as Youssef Zaghba, 22
3rd London attacker named as Youssef Zaghba, 22

The police has identified the attackers as Khuram Shazad Butt, 27, Rachid Redoune, 30 and Youssef Zaghba, 23. DETECTIVES have revealed the identities of all three terrorists who brought horror to London Bridge. In its most detailed description of the attack yet, the Metropolitan Police said the men had also rented a flat in Barking, east Lon...

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  • General election: Westminster chaos will make Brexit more complicated, say European Union leaders
General election: Westminster chaos will make Brexit more complicated, say European Union leaders

That rises to 13, once you allow for the fact that Sinn Fein, the only other party in Northern Ireland to win seats last night, intends to continue its policy of boycotting Westminster (as its leader, Gerry Adams, said it would last night).

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  • Russian fighter jet intercepts 2 United States bombers over Baltic Sea
Russian fighter jet intercepts 2 United States bombers over Baltic Sea

US Department of Defense spokesperson Capt. Jeff Davis said that this incident "was not one we believe falls into the category of unsafe". Another DVIDS photo captures the Russian plane intercepting a formation of U.S. Russia's Defense Ministry said Russian radars spotted aircraft flying along the border Tuesday and a Su-27 fighter took off to in...

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  • Gulf states squeeze Qatar as US, Kuwait probe for solution to row
Gulf states squeeze Qatar as US, Kuwait probe for solution to row

Doha is a longstanding supporter of groups aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood , an Islamist movement now banned in Egypt , Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations. The biggest U.S. air base in West Asia is in Qatar and around 10,000 personnel work there in support of several allied operations in Iraq, Syria, and around the region.

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  • Tories To Begin Talks With DUP
Tories To Begin Talks With DUP

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , riding a wave of acclaim for his party's unexpectedly strong showing, called on May to resign. She also confirmed that her top five cabinet ministers - chancellor Philip Hammond, home secretary Amber Rudd, foreign secretary Boris Johnson , Brexit secretary David Davis, and defence secretary Michael Fallon - woul...

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  • Pakistan & India to join SCO during Astana summit
Pakistan & India to join SCO during Astana summit

India feels that as an SCO member, it will be able to play a major role in addressing the threat of terrorism in the region. "The mega project will benefit the SCO community", he said. The two leaders discussed bilateral relations, including trade and economic cooperation, and also current global issues. He added that India and Pakistan are no...

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  • President Trump speaks with reporters during visit by Romanian leader
President Trump speaks with reporters during visit by Romanian leader

After complaining about "the killer networks that treat me so badly as fake news", Trump called on Jonathan Karl of ABC. "I didn't say that", Trump interrupted flatly. "His reputation as a tough, no-nonsense NY litigator fits well with the president's view that the best defense is a strong offense ". He painted Trump as a chief executive dismi...

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  • Saudis demand Qatar cut ties with Hamas; terror group 'shocked'
Saudis demand Qatar cut ties with Hamas; terror group 'shocked'

The Palestinian Hamas movement controlling the Gaza Strip Wednesday lambasted Saudi Arabia's condition to restore ties with Qatar adding that the current Qatar-Arab fallout will favor Israel , which will exploit the situation against the Palestinian people.

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