• Spicer Doesn't Quite Say that Trump Has Confidence in Rosenstein
Spicer Doesn't Quite Say that Trump Has Confidence in Rosenstein

That follows the line of thinking by Trump's personal attorney, Jay Sekulow, who said on a number of Sunday news shows that Trump wasn't under investigation. Rosenstein of course is responsible for appointing Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate the Russian Federation collusion charges. The White House used a memo he wrote to justify ...

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  • Ireland - Theresa May's latest Brexit blunder
Ireland - Theresa May's latest Brexit blunder

Ireland's new Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said today he had been reassured by Theresa May that her planned deal with the DUP would not undermine the Good Friday Agreement. "Continued refusal by the DUP and British government to accept these fundamental positions will create only one outcome: a future of permanent political instability", he said.

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  • Twins die after getting locked inside abandoned vehicle
Twins die after getting locked inside abandoned vehicle

Police officials say that they are investigating the matter and so far, there were no indications of foul play. Harsha and Harishita were rushed to a private hospital after they were found unconscious in an old Hyundai auto but they were declared brought dead.

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  • Britain, European Union To Start Historic Brexit Talks
Britain, European Union To Start Historic Brexit Talks

Britain and the EU have agreed on the priorities and timetable for Brexit negotiations after the first session of talks on Monday, EU pointman Michel Barnier said . This uncompromising stance is "not about punishment" or "revenge", but simply a effect of Britain's decision to exit, he said. She even threatened to walk away from Europe witho...

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  • Woman gang-raped, thrown out of car in Greater Noida
Woman gang-raped, thrown out of car in Greater Noida

The woman was noticed lying on the road near the hospital by a passerby Tuesday morning, who then informed the police. India brought in more stringent laws against sexual offenders after the fatal gang-rape of a student in Delhi in December 2012, but they have failed to stem the tide of violence against women across the country.

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  • IT Dept seizes benami properties of Misa Bharti, Tejaswi Yadav
IT Dept seizes benami properties of Misa Bharti, Tejaswi Yadav

Officials said two assets, a house and a land in Delhi, have been attached after the department issued a provisional order under the Benami Transactions Act, 1988, that came into force on November 1 past year. Benami properties are those in which the real beneficiary is not the one in whose name the property has been purchased. Earlier, Bharti'...

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  • Ramdev to launch 10000 Patanjali Wellness Centres globally
Ramdev to launch 10000 Patanjali Wellness Centres globally

He even claimed that he had got an invitation from Pakistan to hold a yoga event. He stated, "Thoda wahan pe rajnaitik asthirta hai, nahi toh main toh Pakistan bhi jana chahta hoon (If not for political instability, would have went to Pakistan to teach Yoga)".

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  • Britain and European Union agree terms of reference and timetable for Brexit talks
Britain and European Union agree terms of reference and timetable for Brexit talks

Both EU negotiator Michel Barnier and his United Kingdom counterpart David Davis said they were heartened by the first day of talks on Monday and insisted the tight deadlines were tough but achievable. The association represents 3,200 businesses with a million employees in Germany making industrial machinery. Brexiteers accept there is likely...

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  • Grenfell Tower tragedy: mourning, criticism and calls for transparency
Grenfell Tower tragedy: mourning, criticism and calls for transparency

A total of 58 people are presumed dead after the devastating fire in a London tower block, police chief Stuart Cundy told reporters on Saturday. Protesters are demanding to know why long-standing fire safety concerns raised by a tenants' group about the public housing tower, tucked in the city's ritzy North Kensington neighborhood, had not been...

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  • Powersharing deal should involve all parties, says Simon Coveney
Powersharing deal should involve all parties, says Simon Coveney

Mr Coveney made his comments at Stormont on Monday evening after a day of British and Irish governmental and multi-party talks aimed at finding an agreement to reinstate the Northern Executive and Assembly by the deadline of June 29th. In a tweet which has unsurprisingly gone viral, a reporter for Sky News Australia confirmed that not only did they...

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  • EU negotiator says sides agree Brexit must be orderly
EU negotiator says sides agree Brexit must be orderly

An attempt to strengthen her hand by calling an election backfired and she's run into further domestic strife since, while the 27 other European Union members started out with more leverage anyway. But the United Kingdom gave ground by agreeing that talks on the country's future trading relationship with its largest export market would only tak...

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  • Qatar Says in Talks with Iran to Provide Food Supplies
Qatar Says in Talks with Iran to Provide Food Supplies

Qatar Airways flies to Nairobi and was planning to launch direct flights to Mombasa. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has approved legislation for increased military cooperation with Qatar, including a deal for the deployment of Turkish troops there.

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  • Davis calls for special partnership with Brussels as Brexit talks begin
Davis calls for special partnership with Brussels as Brexit talks begin

The Conservatives" "hard Brexit' policy, which would involve leaving the single market and slamming to door on free movement, has been softened in days, as a result of losing their parliamentary majority in the June 8 election. He said he hoped that during their single day of talks, he and Mr Davis would be able to identify priorities and a timet...

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  • Trump calls North Korea 'brutal' after U.S. student's death
Trump calls North Korea 'brutal' after U.S. student's death

Otto Warmbier's death as a result of his treatment in North Korea could increase calls for the United States to take a tougher line on China, as the two nations prepare to meet in Washington on Wednesday. It's one that's been welcomed by the Warmbier family, who have accused the previous administration of not doing enough to bring home ...

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  • Business bodies come together in call for softer Brexit
Business bodies come together in call for softer Brexit

It highlights deep divisions between the United Kingdom and the EU's approach to talks, especially on the sequencing of the negotiations, with the United Kingdom wanting to sort out the financial settlement in parallel with an agreement on future relations.

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  • Australia to restrict gas exports due to domestic shortage
Australia to restrict gas exports due to domestic shortage

Santos has said the proposal is unfair and could lead to higher gas prices. Having lobbied for consideration of the reverse auction scheme, the Minerals Council of Australia welcomed Turnbull's announcement on Tuesday. The prime minister rejected concerns the gas regulations could case sovereign risk for energy companies. Limited merits review ...

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  • EU, Britain possible to strike 'fair deal'
EU, Britain possible to strike 'fair deal'

Brexit minister David Davis will travel to Brussels to meet Michel Barnier , the EU's chief negotiator, to kick off hugely complex withdrawal negotiations that are expected to last less than two years. A spokesman for the Department for Exiting the European said: "We believe that the withdrawal process can not be concluded without the future ...

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  • UK, EU Officials Begin Brexit Talks
UK, EU Officials Begin Brexit Talks

European Union negotiators told the Times that they fear without some early compromise in the talks, a newly weakened May might not survive the duration of Brexit talks this summer, but believe the Prime Minister might use a private Brussels dinner on Thursday to ease off on some of her previous demands.

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  • British media name suspect in mosque attack
British media name suspect in mosque attack

The attack comes amid fears of retaliation against Muslims following two recent, deadly attacks in the United Kingdom , at Manchester Arena and London Bridge . She was speaking after a van ploughed into worshippers outside a London mosque after Ramadan prayers on Monday (19 June). "The situation is still unfolding and I urge all Londoners...

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  • White House remembers US sailors killed; investigation underway
White House remembers US sailors killed; investigation underway

However, the collision flooded sleeping compartments with seawater, trapping the seven sailors. "Right now we are focused on two things: the safety of the ship and the well-being of the sailors", said Adm. Numerous ship's 300 sailors went up to the guns thinking the ship was under attack, she said. A plane carrying the bodies of the seven sailo...

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