• UK Tory govt still working on supply deal
UK Tory govt still working on supply deal

The government has said that there will not be another Queen's speech for two years, suggesting Mr Trump won't be visiting the country until at least 2019. This would be well short of a formal coalition. DUP sources were quoted as saying a deal was "certainly not imminent" and that talks with Mrs May's Conservatives "haven't proceeded in a wa...

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  • Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Is Detained On Day Of Protests
Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Is Detained On Day Of Protests

Turnout was hard to calculate as ordinary people mingled with those protesting, but thousands filled the Tverskaya Street area in Moscow , many waving Russian flags and banners. ET). "The police themselves brought coordinated draft documents to the court". He has been detained on similar grounds for a period of 30 days this time .

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  • Audio From Police Shooting of Pregnant Black Woman Has Been Released
Audio From Police Shooting of Pregnant Black Woman Has Been Released

Lyles , 30, a pregnant mother of four, had alarmed Seattle police about two weeks earlier when officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at the home. At one point, she allegedly stood up with the scissors in hands and said, "Ain't none of y'all leaving here today". "Do our lives really matter to them?" he asked.

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  • Israel starts work on new settlement amid United States peace push
Israel starts work on new settlement amid United States peace push

Trump previously asked Netanyahu during a February visit to the White House to "hold back on settlements for a little bit" amid renewed US efforts to broker peace in the region. Jason Greenblatt , the USA special representative for worldwide negotiations, arrived in Israel on Monday for preliminary discussions in Jerusalem and Ramallah, and wil...

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  • Record 65 million people displaced in 2016
Record 65 million people displaced in 2016

Another 22.5 million people - half of them children - were registered as refugees previous year, the UNHCR report showed, "the highest level ever recorded". "Our place will be demolished soon", said Uwaah, who teaches at the refugee camp. Syria is still the world's largest producer of refugees with an estimated 5.

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  • Most Expensive House Race in US History Comes Down to the Wire
Most Expensive House Race in US History Comes Down to the Wire

Instead of a win or even a razor-thin loss by Democrat Jon Ossoff that many had expected, Republican Karen Handel ended up winning by a relatively comfortable 4 percentage point margin in the wealthy suburban Atlanta district previously held by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price .

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  • Coalition confirms Iranian drone shot down by USA aircraft in Syria
Coalition confirms Iranian drone shot down by USA aircraft in Syria

That attack marked the first to hit Iran, shocking its residents who believed the chaos engulfing the rest of the Middle East would not find them in the Shiite-majority nation. Sharif says the missile launch reflects Iran's "military power" though Iran has no intention of starting another war. The Guard has described the missile strike as revenge...

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  • PM Nawaz, Russian President Putin meet in Kazakhstan
PM Nawaz, Russian President Putin meet in Kazakhstan

The Prime Minister also spoke on the need for enhancing connectivity in the region and said it was the key to boosting trade and investment. "The aim is to combine the potentials of the Eurasian Economic Community, SCO, Association of Southeast Asian Nations [ASEAN] and the Chinese initiative One Belt, One Road", Putin said.

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  • Man tasered after attacking people with shoe horn at London mosque
Man tasered after attacking people with shoe horn at London mosque

Videos emerged on social media of a heavy police presence as emergency services responded quickly. While Miqdaad Versi, the Assistant Secretary General of Muslim Council UK, tweeted: "Have just heard from a witness that someone tried to attack Regent's Park Mosque.

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  • Post Warmbier's death, US send supersonic bombers in Korean Peninsula
Post Warmbier's death, US send supersonic bombers in Korean Peninsula

The United States stations tens of thousands of troops in South Korea and Japan. The U.S. military said the bombers conducted drills with the Japanese and South Korean air forces, demonstrating solidarity with the U.S. "At least I know China tried!" Senator John McCain called the death of Warmbier, "murder" and said that North Korean dict...

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  • UK Foreign Secretary Johnson says Trump's visit to Britain will go ahead
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson says Trump's visit to Britain will go ahead

Peter Prior, chairman of Royal Borough-based pressure group Excellent Education for Everyone, said: "We have brought the bit of pressure we could bring to make sure [selective education] is not on the agenda for Maidenhead". As MPs debated, a few hundred protesters gathered for a so-called " Day of Rage " outside Parliament, with a few scuffles b...

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  • Led coalition downs Iran-made drone in Syria
Led coalition downs Iran-made drone in Syria

An armed pro-regime Shaheed-129 UAV " displayed hostile intent and advanced on Coalition forces " at 12:30 am local time on Tuesday, the coalition said in a statement , CNN reported. The US military has repeatedly warned forces fighting on Assad's side to stay away from a " deconfliction zone", agreed with Russian Federation, near a garrison ...

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  • 75 percent of Republicans say Trump shouldn't fire Mueller
75 percent of Republicans say Trump shouldn't fire Mueller

The questions were prompted by a tweet the president wrote last week in which he appeared to acknowledge that he is a subject of the FBI's investigation, which he seem to erroneously assert is being led by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein .

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  • North Korea in the spotlight at high-level US-China talks
North Korea in the spotlight at high-level US-China talks

The coroner's office honored an objection to an autopsy from Warmbier's family and only performed an external examination, they announced. Asked Tuesday whether Trump was still open to meeting with Kim, Spicer said the administration was "clearly moving further away" from direct engagement.

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  • 'Day of Rage' protests target Queen's Speech
'Day of Rage' protests target Queen's Speech

McDonnell, one of Jeremy Corbyn's closest allies, stood by his claim that Theresa May's government was "illegitimate" and this morning said the Tories had "junked the manifesto" and "forfeited the right to govern". Among the demands made are the permanent right to remain in the United Kingdom for all Grenfell Tower residents, and for survivors ...

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  • Prince Harry reveals he suffered panic attacks after Princess Diana's death
Prince Harry reveals he suffered panic attacks after Princess Diana's death

Britain's Prince Harry has spoken out about the heartbreaking images of him following his mother's coffin during her 1997 funeral, telling Newsweek that no "child should be asked to do that". He revealed: "Going through Invictus and speaking to all the guys about their issues has really healed me and helped me". This rather lovely picture of ...

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  • Family declines autopsy for U.S. student released by North Korea
Family declines autopsy for U.S. student released by North Korea

North Korea claimed Otto went into a coma from botulism , as reported by USA Today , but doctors in the US said they found no evidence of that being the cause of Otto's condition or death. North Korean state media reported that he was arrested for committing "hostile acts" against the government. The 10-hour mission was carried out by two US A...

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  • Prince Philip admitted to hospital
Prince Philip admitted to hospital

He was reportedly up and about on Wednesday morning, indicating the medical issue is not serious enough to leave him bed-bound. The statement noted that he is "disappointed" to be missing Wednesday's State Opening of Parliament and the continuation of the Royal Ascot.

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  • The Republican healthcare bill is the least popular major bill in decades
The Republican healthcare bill is the least popular major bill in decades

Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, and Sen. McConnell is using closed-door meetings among Republicans to write the bill. Senate Republicans are pushing full steam ahead toward a vote by the end of next week on the health care bill that nobody has seen.

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  • Israel begins work on new West Bank settlement
Israel begins work on new West Bank settlement

Israeli jackhammers broke ground on a new Jewish settlement in the West Bank on Tuesday, just one day before President Donald Trump's adviser Jared Kushner joins talks in Jerusalem and Ramallah aimed at reviving the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

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