• Lawyer: Trump not under investigation
Lawyer: Trump not under investigation

On June 14, the Washington Post reported that Mueller had expanded his investigation to determine if Trump had attempted to obstruct justice, and was interviewing senior intelligence officials - Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats, Head of National Security Agency Mike Rogers , and Rogers' former deputy Richard Ledgett - as part o...

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  • Saudi king names son Mohammed bin Salman as crown prince
Saudi king names son Mohammed bin Salman as crown prince

The order comes immediately after King Salman issued series of royal decrees stripped Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who was first in line to the throne, from his title as crown prince and from his post as the country's powerful interior minister overseeing security.

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  • Survey shows overwhelming support for abortion law reform in Northern Ireland
Survey shows overwhelming support for abortion law reform in Northern Ireland

The talks to restore the institutions take place as negotiations continue in London between Prime Minister Theresa May and the DUP to strike a parliamentary deal to support her minority Government. "The imposition of Brexit , against the will of the people of the North, will undermine the all-Ireland structures and rights of citizens in the Nort...

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  • US spy satellites detect activity at North Korean nuclear test site
US spy satellites detect activity at North Korean nuclear test site

USA officials have known that the site is ready to conduct an underground test for some time. Experts have told Business Insider that a military intervention against North Korea remains unlikely because of the spread and mysterious nature of the country's arsenal, but a limited strike against a single, high-value target could happen.

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  • Sinn Fein Accuses Theresa May Of Breaching Good Friday Agreement
Sinn Fein Accuses Theresa May Of Breaching Good Friday Agreement

On the other hand, May's "defeat" can be also attributed to her Brexit policy. President Gerry Adams met with Mrs May in London on Thursday, 15 June, and he told her she was playing "fast and loose" with the Good Friday Agreement. During his day in Belfast, he will meet Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire and will also hold meeti...

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  • United States shoots down another pro-regime drone in Syria
United States shoots down another pro-regime drone in Syria

FILE - This March 7, 2017 file frame grab from video provided by Arab 24 network, shows US forces patrolling on the outskirts of the Syrian town of Manbij, in Aleppo province, Syria. It appeared to be Iran's first missile attack overseas in over 15 years and its first in the Syrian conflict, in which it has provided crucial support to Assad.

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  • Victor declared in highly watched Georgia special election
Victor declared in highly watched Georgia special election

SC is also holding its special election on Tuesday, but Republicans are expected to hold the GOP-trending seat. That's a question that will bounce around Washington and state party offices on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning if Handel loses to Democrat Jon Ossoff .

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  • Sheriff: Escaped inmates still on run with dead guards' guns
Sheriff: Escaped inmates still on run with dead guards' guns

It is standard protocol to have two officers - armed but not wearing ballistic vests - transport prisoners on a bus, authorities said. Sills said evidence left at the scene led them to believe it was the two escaped inmates who took the truck.

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  • Karen Handel Supporters Chant Trump's Name After Special Election Victory
Karen Handel Supporters Chant Trump's Name After Special Election Victory

More than 140,000 voters cast their ballots early - an astounding number for a special election , and one that almost matches presidential contests. Handel is running in a close race against Democratic newcomer Jon Ossoff , who has come under fire for living a few miles outside the district while his fiancé attends medical school.

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  • Brussels station evacuated after reports of explosion
Brussels station evacuated after reports of explosion

Belgian media reported that the man had been wearing a rucksack and a bomb belt. But federal prosecutor's office spokesman Eric Van Der Sypt confirmed the suspect's death to reporters. He said the man appeared to be aged 30 to 35. According to The Telegraph, a spokesperson for the Brussels police released the following statement on the si...

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  • French Police find weapons cache in home of Champs Elysees attacker
French Police find weapons cache in home of Champs Elysees attacker

However, he said the family would still visit the Eiffel Tower Monday night. Visitors to a nearby Auguste Rodin exhibit were confined inside the Grand Palais exhibit hall for an hour after the incident. Delivered at 11 a.m. Monday-Friday. Police say the situation is now under control, and a bomb disposal unit is on the scene. WJC President Ro...

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  • Karen Handel calls early results in Georgia house race 'encouraging'
Karen Handel calls early results in Georgia house race 'encouraging'

Ossoff's loss dashed Democrats breakthrough dreams in the historically GOP district. ( AP Photo/David Goldman ). Karen Handel , Republican candidate for Georgia's 6th congressional district talks to reporters during a campaign stop at Old Hickory House in Tucker, Ga., Monday, June 19, 2017.

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  • Top SNP figure urges Nicola Sturgeon to drop second referendum plans
Top SNP figure urges Nicola Sturgeon to drop second referendum plans

Ms Davidson has said she has received assurances from the Prime Minister over gay rights should the Tories do a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party, and has urged Mrs May to put the economy first by pursuing an "open" Brexit. She said as a party with significant parliamentary representation she would be willing to be part of a "progressive a...

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  • Lib Dems back calls for second independence poll to be ruled out
Lib Dems back calls for second independence poll to be ruled out

Sturgeon decided not to be rushed prematurely into making the case for a second independence vote - but her unionist rivals made opposition the main plank of their local and general election campaigns, which put her in the unusual position of looking like a woman on the back foot.

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  • US jets shoot down 'Iranian drone' in Syria - coalition
US jets shoot down 'Iranian drone' in Syria - coalition

On June 8, USA officials reported that a drone likely connected to Iranian-supported Hezbollah forces fired on US -backed troops and was shot down by an American fighter jet. All of the strikes, the Pentagon has said , were in self-defense and legal under the Authorization for Use of Military Force passed after the September 11, 2001 attacks.

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  • Mourinho accused of €3.3m Spanish tax fraud
Mourinho accused of €3.3m Spanish tax fraud

And Ferdinand, who played with Ronaldo at United for six seasons, hopes his former club can finalise a deal for the four-time Ballon d'Or victor. Spanish prosecutors have accused the Portugal global of defrauding the tax authorities of €14.8m (£12.9m).

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  • After deadly attack, Israel mulls new security strategy for Damascus Gate
After deadly attack, Israel mulls new security strategy for Damascus Gate

Israeli security services have occasionally announced arrests of small cells said to be affiliated with Islamic State, and the Army has tracked the group's forces on the Syrian and Egyptian border, but the organization has thus far not claimed a deadly attack against Israelis from the West Bank.

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  • Yosemite will reopen road damaged by rockslide on Sunday
Yosemite will reopen road damaged by rockslide on Sunday

The only road through Yosemite, Highway 120, remains closed at the park's eastern entrance as crews dig out from snows that topped 20 feet and drifted well over 50 feet. Also, Tioga Road/State Route 120, which leads to Tuolumne Meadows and entrances on the park's west side, still hasn't opened for the season. The air is clean and views are stunni...

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  • UK's May launches plan for government, promising to listen to Brexit concerns
UK's May launches plan for government, promising to listen to Brexit concerns

Senior Cabinet figures have refused to say how long they expect the Prime Minister to remain in No 10 amid claims that successors are being lined up in readiness for a swift leadership campaign. At least 58 people are missing and presumed dead in the blaze that broke out in the early hours, catching many families in their sleep. The statement sai...

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  • Reports of explosion at Brussels train station prompt evacuations
Reports of explosion at Brussels train station prompt evacuations

The Belgian capital, home to the headquarters of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the European Union , has been on high alert since a Brussels-based Islamic State cell organised the attack that killed 130 people in Paris in November 2015.

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