• May goes to Brussels to tackle expatriate issue
May goes to Brussels to tackle expatriate issue

Jane Golding, the Berlin-based Chair of British in Europe, said: "The result is that the European Union offer now gives us nearly everything we need and abides by a core principle which both sides should respect - that the rights of citizens in place before Brexit (including the three million European Union citizens in the UK) should remain u...

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  • French government ministers step down amid investigations
French government ministers step down amid investigations

Macron is reorganizing the Cabinet after his party won a parliamentary majority Sunday. As a Member of the European Parliament, Goulard has also served as a member of the Committee for Economic and Monetary Affairs, and ALDE group coordinator, as well as a substitute member of the Committee for Constitutional Affairs Member of the European Parlia...

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  • House Democrats call for Pelosi to step down as minority leader
House Democrats call for Pelosi to step down as minority leader

Ossoff raised $24 million from the party and another $8 million from outside groups. The New York Times described the race in the end as "demoralizing for Democrats". CROWLEY: Typically they don't go and pick folks in districts where they think they're going to lose that seat to a Democrat. Democrats are calling for better messaging for wha...

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  • Canadian arrested after stabbing at Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan
Canadian arrested after stabbing at Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan

Security camera footage showed Ftouhi lingering at Bishop International Airport with baggage before pulling out a 12-inch knife, yelling " Allahu Akbar " and stabbing an officer in the neck in a non-secured, public area, police said. He said he never had any problems with Ftouhi, who he said lived in the building for six years with his wife and c...

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  • Kvitova into Birmingham quarters after straight sets win
Kvitova into Birmingham quarters after straight sets win

Kvitova said: "I think I played a solid game, but I think that I do still have some things that I can improve, which is always good". The left-handed Czech hit 25 winners with 11 unforced errors as she easily beat fellow wild card Naomi Broady of Britain 6-2, 6-2 on Wednesday.

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  • Family of London attacker are 'devastated'
Family of London attacker are 'devastated'

He was detained by members of the public before police arrived. Detectives in London still are trying to determine the cause of the death for a Muslim man who died during the van attack near Finsbury Park Mosque, the city's police chief said Wednesday.

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  • Mosquitoes with West Nile virus found in New York City
Mosquitoes with West Nile virus found in New York City

The report noted that the lack of a collection record from a county "should not be interpreted as absence of these mosquitoes", especially if that species has been collected from a nearby jurisdiction. "Our weather is warm and that's when mosquitoes are most active", Coburn said. It is good to consider staying indoors during these hours. Vector...

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  • DUP: Talks with Tories have not gone 'as expected'
DUP: Talks with Tories have not gone 'as expected'

In the worst-case scenario, he warned, the Tory-DUP partnership might reignite religious tension in Northern Ireland , which has already subsided since the Belfast Peace Agreement, more commonly known as the " Good Friday Agreement" (GFA), was concluded nearly 20 years ago.

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  • Arlene Foster: War-hardened leader with key to British power
Arlene Foster: War-hardened leader with key to British power

Meanwhile, MPs will return to Westminster on Tuesday, the first time since the election . The chaos has weighed on the pound, which has plunged nearly two percent since Thursday, and the government may have to delay the announcement of its policy plans to parliament.

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  • IS destroys iconic Mosul mosque
IS destroys iconic Mosul mosque

IRBIL, Iraq (AP) - The Islamic State group blew up a historic landmark in Mosul - the city's famed 12th century al-Nuri mosque with its iconic leaning minaret known as al-Hadba, from where the IS leader proclaimed the militant group's self-styled caliphate almost three years ago.

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  • Decision on supporting Kovind on Tuesday: Thackeray
Decision on supporting Kovind on Tuesday: Thackeray

Thus, we chose to go ahead with his name". Amid deliberations over NDA's presidential candidate, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah today met Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray amid tension between the alliance partners over several issues.

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  • Moon Wants to Bring N.Korea to Negotiating Table 'This Year'
Moon Wants to Bring N.Korea to Negotiating Table 'This Year'

Warmbier's death came just days after he was released by the North Korean government and returned to the United States suffering from extensive brain damage, according to the US doctors who treated him. Trump has condemned the "brutality" of the North Korean regime. "He was peace. He was home, and we believe he could sense that", they said. In a...

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  • ISIS militants destroy historic 12th century mosque in Iraq's Mosul
ISIS militants destroy historic 12th century mosque in Iraq's Mosul

It was in the mosque that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State's leader, made his only public appearance three years ago, declaring himself "commander of the faithful" and calling on all Muslims to travel to the group's self-declared caliphate.

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  • US Flies Supersonic Bombers In Show Of Force Against North Korea
US Flies Supersonic Bombers In Show Of Force Against North Korea

From Capitol Hill to the White House , pressure is mounting for a tough us response. And frankly, if he were brought home sooner, I think the result would have been a lot different. Trump said on Twitter on Tuesday he appreciated efforts by Chinese President Xi Jinping "to help with North Korea", adding "It has not worked out".

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  • Daiwa investment bank to site its new European Union subsidiary in Frankfurt
Daiwa investment bank to site its new European Union subsidiary in Frankfurt

It said: "This arrangement will ensure that Daiwa can continue to service its clients in the Europe Union (EU) after the United Kingdom leaves the EU". The Brexit offers "an opportunity to strengthen Germany as a business location and, in particular, the financial center Rhein-Main", the ministry said in its latest monthly report.

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  • North Korea calls Trump a 'psychopath'
North Korea calls Trump a 'psychopath'

Trump has not elaborated on what might happen next if China , by far the North's most important trading and diplomatic partner, is out of ideas. FILE - In this March 16, 2016, file photo, American student Otto Warmbier , center, is escorted at the Supreme Court in Pyongyang, North Korea .

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  • What was left out of Queen's Speech?
What was left out of Queen's Speech?

As MPs exhausted over the length of his speech, Somerset North East MP Jacob Rees Mogg asked the Speaker whether the Labour leader had "misled Parliament " by saying "in conclusion" but carrying on for more than 10 minutes afterwards. The quest for a parliamentary majority has forced the British prime minister to curb her ambitions for far-reach...

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  • Dem Rep: People In Ohio Aren't Focused On Russia Like 'Obsessed' Democrats
Dem Rep: People In Ohio Aren't Focused On Russia Like 'Obsessed' Democrats

Tim Ryan criticized his fellow Democrats Wednesday night for being "obsessed" with President Trump and not focusing on the issues that actually matter to working people. Murphy also said "the fact that we have spent so much time talking about Russian Federation has been a distraction from what should be the clear contrast between Democrats and ...

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  • Businessman Donald Trump could benefit from President Donald Trump's new Cuba policy
Businessman Donald Trump could benefit from President Donald Trump's new Cuba policy

More than two years ago, then President Barack Obama announced plans to " normalize relations " between the US and Cuban governments, effectively lifting a half-century trade embargo that the USA imposed on the island nation in 1963. Cuba charged Trump with manipulating the topic for "political ends", adding that the United States was not in a ...

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  • Pinarayi Vijayan : Ram Nath Kovind's candidature will be fought politically
Pinarayi Vijayan : Ram Nath Kovind's candidature will be fought politically

Like during the regime of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, we supported A.P.J. It remains to be seen whether BSP, which has also said that it can not oppose a Dalit candidate unless the opposition has a more popular Dalit nominee, attends the opposition meeting.

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