• Russian Federation beat New Zealand as FIFA Confederation Cup begins
Russian Federation beat New Zealand as FIFA Confederation Cup begins

The All Whites' Michael Boxall got a touch on the ball and was credited with an own goal. Group A rivals Portugal and Mexico meet in Kazan on Sunday. Vitaly Mutko, deputy prime minister and organizing committee chief, told Germany's Spiegel Online: "The attempt to portray Russian Federation as a risky country is something we know about, we ...

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  • President Trump's Lawyer: Not Aware of Any Investigation
President Trump's Lawyer: Not Aware of Any Investigation

I didn't say investigation, YOU said investigation... the Washington Post said investigation... Attorney Jay Sekulow is defending President Donald Trump's use of social media, even though Sekulow himself has denied d, even though Trump's recent tweets .

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  • We haven't won final, just lost a game of cricket: Kohli
We haven't won final, just lost a game of cricket: Kohli

Dhawan and Hassan had already won the Golden Bat and the Gold Ball trophies for finishing as the most successful batsman and bowler, respectively. Jadeja, Ashwin and Yuvraj Singh. "The whole group kept believing, we knew we were better than what we showed in the first game against India". "They had an unbelievable tournament.

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  • Georgia governor praises Handel in US House race
Georgia governor praises Handel in US House race

Voters in Georgia's 6th congressional district, which encompasses the suburbs north of Atlanta, take to the polls Tuesday in a special election to fill a vacant US House seat. "I had a lot of guilt about the election and Trump winning", said Amanda Kelly , a stay-at-home mom who campaigned for Ossoff before the general election on April 18.

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  • Britain, EU to Discuss Brexit Issues in July, September and October
Britain, EU to Discuss Brexit Issues in July, September and October

The European Union's Michel Barnier said he hoped the talks, starting nearly a year to the day after a British referendum vote to leave the EU, would establish a timetable to which the negotiations would be conducted. The UK is reportedly planning to make a generous offer to the three million European Union nationals living in Britain so long as ...

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  • NEET 2017 result likely to be declared by the CBSE today
NEET 2017 result likely to be declared by the CBSE today

This includes 1,522 NRIs, 480 OCIs, 70 PIOs & 613 foreign students. Consequently, the CBSE released the OMR sheets of the students on June 13 and the official Answer Keys on June 15. The counselling process for candidates who qualify NEET 2017 will be supervised by Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). The NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entranc...

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  • Mumbai blasts case: Abu Salem convicted
Mumbai blasts case: Abu Salem convicted

After two days on January 18, 1993 Salem and two others went to Dutt's home and got back two rifles and a few rounds. ■16 June 2017: A TADA court finds Abu Salem , Mustafa Dossa and Mohammed Dossa guilty of murder and conspiracy in connection with 1993 Mumbai blast case.

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  • Britain Kicks Off Brexit Talks With European Union
Britain Kicks Off Brexit Talks With European Union

Mr Hammond also said that while he believed failure to reach a deal with the European Union "would be a very, very bad outcome for Britain", a possible worse outcome would be "a deal that is deliberately structured to suck the lifeblood out of our economy over a period of time".

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  • Brexit talks to focus first on orderly exit
Brexit talks to focus first on orderly exit

The talks expected to stretch for around 16-18 months ahead of the UK's withdrawal from the European Union in 2019. Significantly, Mr Davis said he would tell Labour and other parties about the Government's plans in advance - reflecting its weak position, with no Commons majority .

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  • Suspect Named In Van Attack On Worshipers Leaving London Mosque
Suspect Named In Van Attack On Worshipers Leaving London Mosque

In France Monday, a man on the radar of French authorities for extremism was killed after ramming a auto carrying arms and explosives into a police convoy on Paris' famed Champs-Elysees Avenue, setting off a fiery blast and a cloud of orange smoke, officials said.

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  • Tapwrit Wins the Belmont Stakes
Tapwrit Wins the Belmont Stakes

One of Classic Empire's big victories a year ago was the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, but Chief's Crown (1985) will remain the only victor of that race to even run in the Belmont. " Tapwrit was getting a attractive trip", Pletcher told reporters. " Tapwrit was getting a attractive trip", Pletcher said. Hagiwara added, "The horse was close to bei...

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  • No scope for consensus on BJP's prez nominee: Congress
No scope for consensus on BJP's prez nominee: Congress

Modi called up UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and former PM Manmohan Singh and sought their support. India's prime minister wields most of the executive power, but the president can send back some parliamentary bills for reconsideration and also plays a guiding role in the process of forming governments.

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  • BJP playing vote bank politics by nominating Dalit for president: Shiv Sena
BJP playing vote bank politics by nominating Dalit for president: Shiv Sena

Uddhav said he would take the final decision on Kovind's candidature after consulta tions with his colleagues on Tuesday. "I would like to register a record on behalf of Shiv Sena party chief Uddhav Thackeray". She said that someone of the stature of President Pranab Mukherjee , or even Sushma Swaraj or Advani ji may have been made the candidate...

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  • Britain still questions Brexit payment idea
Britain still questions Brexit payment idea

How the negotiations progress will be monitored closely by investors and business leaders. "In the long run, this will be good for the United Kingdom and good for the rest of Europe". "We must first tackle the uncertainties caused by Brexit", centering on citizens living on each other's territory, border arrangements between Ireland and the United ...

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  • Putin Comments on New US Senate's Sanctions against Russian Federation
Putin Comments on New US Senate's Sanctions against Russian Federation

When asked why he had not challenged Putin, Stone said that "It's not my job to do that". At his annual session of questions and answers in Moscow , it was "very strange" the Russian president said, that the Flanders called Donald Trump's details and compared their activities with those in the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

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  • UK, EU's historic Brexit talks commence
UK, EU's historic Brexit talks commence

Davis said: "While there is a long road ahead, our destination is clear - a deep and special partnership between the United Kingdom and the EU". "We agreed on dates, organisation, and we agreed on priorities for the negotiations", Barnier said at a joint press conference with Davis.

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  • Britain and European Union launch Brexit talks in Brussels
Britain and European Union launch Brexit talks in Brussels

May, bruised by an election this month that cost her Conservatives their parliamentary majority, will make her case for a quick agreement on residency for EU nationals and employment rights at a summit of European leaders in the Belgian capital later this week.

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  • 'Nobody has been able to show any proof' on Russian Federation
'Nobody has been able to show any proof' on Russian Federation

Mr Rosenstein played a part in the dismissal of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey who was sacked by Mr Trump in May. However, it is likely that he was tweeting about Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , or Mueller who is examining whether the president obstructed justice by firing ex-FBI Director James Co...

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  • Senate Democrat: Any White House Tapes Due Friday
Senate Democrat: Any White House Tapes Due Friday

The Washington Post says he is , and their evidence seems pretty strong. When the host noted that Sekulow had just twice said the president is under investigation, the attorney insisted otherwise. "They're essentially engaging in a scorched-earth litigation strategy that is beginning with trying to discredit the prosecutor". Turley says that...

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  • David Davis 'positive' about Brexit negotiations
David Davis 'positive' about Brexit negotiations

A top German business lobby is urging negotiators for Britain and the European Union to quickly come to an agreement over how Britain's departure from the EU will affect cross-border trade - and avoid a "hard Brexit ". This morning the Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson , also signalled an upbeat shift in the government's tone of voice about th...

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