• Pakistan thrashed India by 180 runs in finals
Pakistan thrashed India by 180 runs in finals

Left-arm fast Muhammad Amir kicked off Pakistan's bowling attack, taking three crucial early wickets ─ those of Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan . I would do the same here because they deserved to win. "I want to congratulate the Pakistan team and their fans, I think they really had an awesome tournament", Kohli said on Sky...

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  • Jared Kushner, Jason Greenblatt return to Jerusalem this week
Jared Kushner, Jason Greenblatt return to Jerusalem this week

Chris Liddell, a White House aide who directs the technology effort, said the executives would participate in a series of working groups, concluding with a session with Trump. Intel unveiled plans at the Oval Office in February to invest more than $7 billion in an Arizona factory, a move Trump portrayed as a win for US workers.

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  • Macron's party wins biggest share of legislative votes: Partial results
Macron's party wins biggest share of legislative votes: Partial results

Paris , France- President Emmanuel Macron continued bulldozing France's political establishment as his upstart La République en Marche! " France is back", Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told French TV. The "tornado" he referred to was that of Macron's victory in the general election, in which some Socialist ministers abandoned their own par...

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  • USA student freed by North Korea dies in hospital aged 22
USA student freed by North Korea dies in hospital aged 22

Warmbier was convicted of subversion in North Korea after he tearfully confessed he tried to steal a propaganda banner. "This is a regime that regularly kidnaps foreign citizens and keeps 120,000 North Koreans in barbaric gulags". He was critical of former President Barack Obama's approach to his son's situation. There had not been any previous d...

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  • East London Mosque evacuated after bomb threat
East London Mosque evacuated after bomb threat

Police have arrested a 48-year-old man and are treating the attack as a terror incident. Later she said the terror attack was every bit as sickening as recent ones to hit Britain. Police faced criticism that they did not publicly declare the Finsbury Park attack as terrorism until well into Monday morning. After those attacks, the mosque was ...

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  • Brexit timetable and negotiation plan revealed
Brexit timetable and negotiation plan revealed

Speaking as he arrived for a meeting of European Union finance ministers in Luxembourg, he said: "As we go into that negotiation, my clear view - and I believe the view of the majority of people in Britain - is that we should prioritise protecting jobs, protecting economic growth and protecting prosperity as we enter those negotiations and take t...

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  • Singapore PM apologies for harm caused by family feud over house
Singapore PM apologies for harm caused by family feud over house

The siblings' row largely centres around a clause in Lee's final will which stated that the old family home should be demolished after his death. "Wei Ling and I never had any objection to LHL receiving an equal share of the estate". Mr Lee Hsien Yang and Dr Lee Wei Ling first publicly accused their brother of opposing Mr Lee Kuan Yew's wish fo...

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  • Trump decides to
Trump decides to "go on the attack" over Federal Bureau of Investigation probe

Significantly, Preet Bharara, the India-born former top United States federal prosecutor, earlier this week had said that there was enough evidence to begin an obstruction of justice case against Trump over his alleged interference in the Russian Federation probe.

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  • Sarfraz Ahmed's alley cats are streets ahead as they seize the moment
Sarfraz Ahmed's alley cats are streets ahead as they seize the moment

The stunning turnaround in form of Pakistan, which was thrashed by India in their opening game of the tournament and largely written off, has gripped the nation of 190 million people. "We played very well and know we have won the final", Ahmed said. "That was an aberration. But the more consistent you get in learning from games like this, i...

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  • India´s ruling party picks Dalit as presidential candidate
India´s ruling party picks Dalit as presidential candidate

Terming the BJP's efforts to reach out to the opposition through its senior leaders as a "formality and a PR exercise", Azad said the ruling party should have built consensus before announcing the candidate. A former president of the BJP Dalit Morcha (1998-2002), Kovind has also served as a national spokesperson of the party. This is published...

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  • Suspect in London van attack identified as Darren Osborne
Suspect in London van attack identified as Darren Osborne

Monday. Police officers stand guard outside a residential property in Cardiff , south Wales as investigations continue into the attack . Armed police guard a street in the Finsbury Park area of north London where a vehicle hit pedestrians on 19 June 2017.

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  • UK Police Investigating Terror Links as London Mosque Incident Kills One
UK Police Investigating Terror Links as London Mosque Incident Kills One

Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster has offered prayers for the victims of a terror attack in north London that targeted worshippers outside a mosque in the early hours of Monday. She has faced heavy criticism for her response to a fire in a London tower block on Wednesday which killed at least 58 people, and for her record on security afte...

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  • Amit Shah:No Chance Of India Pakistan Series At Their Home Grounds
Amit Shah:No Chance Of India Pakistan Series At Their Home Grounds

Uddhav was addressing the Sena's conclave at Shanmukhananda auditorium to mark the party's 51st anniversary. A consensus candidate appears elusive - with the BJP yet to name its candidate and most of the opposition parties insisting that they can only come to decision when a name is announced.

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  • How will President Trump's restrictions affect Havana?
How will President Trump's restrictions affect Havana?

Trump said at the Manuel Artime Theater, named for a former supporter of Fidel Castro who became a leader of Brigade 2506, the land forces that spearheaded the United States-led Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961. Russia's foreign ministry on Saturday said it regretted US President Donald Trump's policy reversal on Cuba, calling it reminiscent of ...

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  • US Navy says destroyer collided at 2:20 am
US Navy says destroyer collided at 2:20 am

Asked about the mechanics of the collision and any maneuvers that preceded it, Aucoin said he did not know full details yet, but said "they were hit on the side by the tanker, a 29,000-ton merchant freighter". The USS Fitzgerald was struck by the Philippine-flagged merchant vessel ACX Crystal near the port city of Yokosuka - the home...

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  • USA leaves G-7 peers to talk among themselves on Paris accord
USA leaves G-7 peers to talk among themselves on Paris accord

The Environmental Summit being held on Sunday and Monday is scheduled to discuss issues that include climate change, sustainable development, and litter at sea, all important issues to everyone and encompassing more than just the environment , but health and the global economy.

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  • London officials vow to up protections for mosques after an overnight attack
London officials vow to up protections for mosques after an overnight attack

Eight people were in the hospital and two more were treated at the site of the incident. Darren Osborne, a 47-year-old who is believed to be a father-of-four from Cardiff , was arrested after pedestrians were targeted by a man driving a van near Finsbury Park Mosque in north London early on Monday.

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  • Opposition opposes gov't reforms to Australian citizen law
Opposition opposes gov't reforms to Australian citizen law

The center-left Labor Party's announcement on Tuesday that it will oppose the legislation makes Senate approval for the changes far more hard. Labor will settle its final position at a caucus meeting on Tuesday, but has accused the government of "stretching" in its claim that citizenship changes are needed for national security.

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  • London mosque attack 'sickening': UK PM
London mosque attack 'sickening': UK PM

He is being held at a south London police station after being apprehended at the scene by witnesses who claimed to have heard a man shout "I'm going to kill all Muslims" during the attack . Witness Abdulrahman Aidroos said he and his friends were tending to an old man who had suffered a heart attack when the van was driven at them. "We have be...

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  • Mood on first day of Brexit talks was 'incredibly positive': United Kingdom source
Mood on first day of Brexit talks was 'incredibly positive': United Kingdom source

Britain and the European Union opened hard negotiations Monday that will end the country's 43-year membership in the economic and political alliance - even as Britain remained sharply split over what to seek in the unprecedented divorce. He added: "The United Kingdom has chose to leave the European Union, it is not the other way around". He als...

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