• Trump won't say if conversations with Comey were taped
Trump won't say if conversations with Comey were taped

Meanwhile, lawmakers are asking the White House to turn over any taped conversations between Trump and Comey. "No I didn't say that ", Trump stated abruptly, taking questions after meeting Romanian President Klaus Iohannis. For now, though, the cloud remains. Trump said, "Yesterday showed no collusion, no obstruction.That was an excuse by ...

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  • Russian Federation calls for dialogue in Qatar crisis
Russian Federation calls for dialogue in Qatar crisis

Qatar has denounced the allegations of terror funding as baseless and has received the support of its close ally Turkey, which has approved the deployment of troops to defend the emirate. But at the Pentagon, N avy Captain Jeff Davis said only long-term military planning was affected. The biggest concentration of United States military personnel ...

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  • Sessions to testify before Senate intelligence panel
Sessions to testify before Senate intelligence panel

Trump doesn't like to ever apologize, retreat or concede. Instead, they let him twist in the wind - repeatedly refusing to say whether the President still had confidence in his attorney general. "We also were aware of facts that I can't discuss in an open setting that would make his continued engagement in a Russia-related investigation problematic...

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  • US Senate hearing sheds light on Trump-Comey interactions
US Senate hearing sheds light on Trump-Comey interactions

Trump said on Friday the United States is committed to Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation charter, which requires each member of the alliance to come to the defence of any other. Bush . Kasowitz criticized Comey's testimony Thursday saying he "admitted that he unilaterally and surreptitiously made unauthorized disclosures to ...

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  • Trump Not Planning to Invoke Executive Privilege for Comey Testimony — NY Times
Trump Not Planning to Invoke Executive Privilege for Comey Testimony — NY Times

Mueller's Department of Justice probe will also investigate whether Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 US presidential election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. During a subsequent Oval Office meeting, Trump asked Comey to drop the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into Flynn, said a person who was given a copy of a memo ...

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  • Erdogan assures support to Qatar amid diplomatic row
Erdogan assures support to Qatar amid diplomatic row

The country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said the attacks would add to the hatred that Iranians harbor toward the USA and Saudi Arabia . Less than two hours later, however, Trump struck a decidedly different tone, seeming to walk back Tillerson's efforts while reigniting the issue. If having normal relations with Iran does not preclud...

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  • UK PM fights for survival
UK PM fights for survival

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said: "She put her party before her country". But despite losing 12 seats and their overall majority, the Conservatives polled 13.7 million votes yesterday compared to 11.3 million votes two years ago when they secured 330 seats and 10.7 million in 2010 when they ended 13 years of Labour rule by becoming the l...

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  • British voters wake up and ask: Who are the DUP?
British voters wake up and ask: Who are the DUP?

Davidson's Scottish Conservatives went from one seat to 13 in the election, giving the national party one of its few success stories on the night. And given the influence the DUP might have as the potential makeweight to save Theresa May's premiership, they are calling on Northern Ireland's Westminster MPs to support a City Deal for Belfast, th...

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  • Did Sidney Crosby Get Away With A Dirty Play?
Did Sidney Crosby Get Away With A Dirty Play?

It's timing. It's a good time to show your best game. Over that span he's notched 49 goals and 129 points a little under his per-game averages in Toronto. He had three helpers on the night. Fans certainly let their voices be heard in condemnation of the Pittsburgh captain. The two fell and Crosby pinned Subban down, repeatedly bashing his head ...

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  • Tehran attackers fought for ISIS, Iran says
Tehran attackers fought for ISIS, Iran says

Terrorists entered the Parliament building while they had dressed as women , said a security official. Fars news agency issued a report , saying that ISIS claimed responsibility for the terror attacks in Tehran . Lawmakers were in session at the time of the attack, and have been ordered to remain in place. At least 42 people were wounde...

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  • Tories unseat SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson
Tories unseat SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson

The SNP have suffered a series of major defeats at the hands of the Conservatives, with Alex Salmond and Angus Robertson both losing their places at Westminster. The Tories have grabbed 12 mostly rural seats from the SNP - but Labour and the Lib Dems have also made gains in Scotland. ALEX SALMOND lost his seat in Parliament this morning as th...

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  • Conservatives lead, but Labour gains big in British election, exit polls show
Conservatives lead, but Labour gains big in British election, exit polls show

On Brexit, the DUP supports leaving the European Union but opposes a return to a "hard" border with Ireland - which could happen if May carries through her threat to walk away from the talks rather than accept a "bad deal". But Mrs May decreed that the snap election which she called should be about her, not her party. But the Protestant DUP...

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  • Attack hit a cosmopolitan London
Attack hit a cosmopolitan London

Five other men, aged 27-30, remain in police custody, with 12 others released without charge in connection with the latest terror attack on London . After leaving the vehicle, the terrorists used 12in ceramic knives with pink blades in a stabbing spree.

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  • May's top advisers resign after UK election shock
May's top advisers resign after UK election shock

Timothy and Hill, considered part of May's inner circle of confidants as her joint chiefs of staff, quit their Downing Street top jobs after coming under fire as the duo responsible for convincing May to call a snap general election with claims that she was assured a landslide victory.

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  • Trump holds a press conference with Romania's President Iohannis
Trump holds a press conference with Romania's President Iohannis

President Donald Trump on Friday accused James Comey of lying to Congress about the contents of their private meetings in the weeks before he sacked the Federal Bureau of Investigation chief - and said he'd be willing to testify under oath about it.

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  • USA urges Saudi allies to ease Qatar blockade
USA urges Saudi allies to ease Qatar blockade

Trump said he helped plan the move against Qatar, although a senior administration official told Reuters earlier this week that the US had no indication from the Saudis or Emiratis during the visit that they would sever ties with Qatar. Saudi Arabia, Egypt , the UAE and Bahrain severed relations with Qatar on Monday, accusing it of supportin...

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  • Theresa May's response to election results speech
Theresa May's response to election results speech

Theresa May's political career however is hanging by a thread today after she insisted she could still provide "certainty" for Britain as PM - despite the Tories suffering devastating losses when her election gamble backfired. It drew strong support from young people, who appeared to have turned out to vote in bigger-than-expected numbers. The...

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  • Labour missed an 'open goal' against Theresa May, says MP
Labour missed an 'open goal' against Theresa May, says MP

The legal question of whether Article 50 is revocable has not yet been determined, but most legal scholars (and indeed those who drafted it), take the view that it is. And it was May who had warned that European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker would discover she could be a "bloody hard woman" after details of a dinner attended by May, Junc...

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  • Wounded May soldiers on as election shock complicates Brexit
Wounded May soldiers on as election shock complicates Brexit

Speculation has been mounting over a leadership challenge following poor general election results which saw her party lose its majority. He added that Labour still lost the election, leaving his Nottingham East constituency with a Conservative government "they do not need" and the party with questions about how to convince voters it can mov...

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  • N.Korea rejects S.Korea group's offer for malaria help
N.Korea rejects S.Korea group's offer for malaria help

The joint declaration was adopted on June 15, 2000, by then-South Korean President Kim Dae-jung and North Korean leader Kim Jong-il as a result of the inter-Korea summit in 2000, the first time since the end of the Korean War that leaders of both Koreas came face-to-face for discussions.

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