• Weakened Government could undermine Brexit process, Budget Commissioner warns
Weakened Government could undermine Brexit process, Budget Commissioner warns

Britain was plunged into political turmoil on Friday after Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority in a snap election just days before negotiations on leaving the European Union were set to begin. "May wanted to achieve stability and brought chaos". May, who had campaigned against Brexit last year but to...

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  • Iran attacks expose security gaps, fuel regional tension
Iran attacks expose security gaps, fuel regional tension

Separately, the head of the Fars judiciary province said on Saturday that seven people were detained in the southern Larestan area for possible ties to Daesh. Following deadly attacks on Tehran on June 7, Iran has initiated a response, targeting those responsible for the attacks. The US "knows that the Revolutionary Guard and its Qods Force are...

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  • CCTV footage of police gunning down London Bridge attackers online
CCTV footage of police gunning down London Bridge attackers online

Two of the men, aged 27 and 29, were held on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism while the third was detained over suspected drugs offences. Two men are now in custody on suspicion of violating the Terrorism Act. Valeria Khadija Collina, an Italian who converted to Islam, spoke with Italy's L'Espresso news magazine about her 22-year-old so...

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  • Third London attacker named by police
Third London attacker named by police

In March 2016, Italian officers stopped Zaghba at Bologna airport and found IS-related materials on his mobile phone. He was allegedly on his way to Syria and was carrying only a backpack. Butt, also known as Abu Zaitun, 27, appeared on Channel 4's The Jihadis Next Door and lived in Barking. The second man, Rachid Redouane , had not aroused an...

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  • Russia police in standoff with shooter, 4 dead
Russia police in standoff with shooter, 4 dead

At the moment, police officers can not evacuate the bodies, as shots are being fired on them. Special forces from the Russian National Guard surrounded the house and were engaged in a stand-off with the suspect who fired at officers and threw grenades.

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  • Gadhafi's son released from more than 5 years of detention
Gadhafi's son released from more than 5 years of detention

Gaddafi's son had been attempting to flee to Niger at the time of his capture. After the coup, Saif Islam Gaddafi was taken hostage and was kept in jail until Saturday release., although in July 2015 he was sentenced to death. Since the 2011 North Atlantic Treaty Organisation intervention in the Libyan conflict, the resulting power vacuum has see...

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  • British prime minister names new chief of staff
British prime minister names new chief of staff

May's chief of staff Nick Timothy, left, and Joint-chief of staff Fiona Hill leave the Conservative Party headquarter on Friday. "We can confirm that the Democratic Unionist Party have agreed to the principles of an outline agreement to support the Conservative government", a spokesman for May said on Saturday.

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  • Pressure mounts on May to resign after election stumble
Pressure mounts on May to resign after election stumble

But despite jubilation among Mr Corbyn's supporters at bloodying Mrs May' s nose, Labour MP Chris Leslie said the party should not pretend it achieved a "famous victory". The turmoil engulfing May has increased the chance that Britain will fall out of the European Union in 2019 without a deal. May's former director of communications, Katie Pe...

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  • UK election: Theresa May clings on, appoints new ministers
UK election: Theresa May clings on, appoints new ministers

May's chief of staff Nick Timothy, left, and Joint-chief of staff Fiona Hill leave the Conservative Party headquarter on Friday. Some senior Tories had made the removal of Hill and Timothy a condition for continuing to support May, who has vowed to remain prime minister despite the Conservatives losing their overall majority in Parliament .

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  • Hansen ramps up Lions pressure
Hansen ramps up Lions pressure

Hansen called it one of the "toughest" squads he has had to select as he assembled a line-up with 1 164 Test caps worth of experience to face Samoa and then the Lions . Has given Warren Gatland a real headache over who to start at loosehead in the first test. North apologised, described his actions as "horrendous", and said players do acknowle...

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  • PM Modi exhorts SCO to fight against terrorism
PM Modi exhorts SCO to fight against terrorism

PM Sharif reiterated Pakistan's commitment to peace and stability in Afghanistan. Modi met Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit here and held discussions on a range of issues, including China's reservations over India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group and United Nations s...

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  • PM arrives in Pakistan after participating in SCO summit
PM arrives in Pakistan after participating in SCO summit

Pakistan became a full member of the SCO. "We have extensive cooperation with SCO nations". The expansion will improve its potential for cooperation and representation and boost worldwide security and stability. China, as a staunch supporter and facilitator of the SCO framework, has played a positive role in the development of the mechanism. Du...

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  • Comey friend with memo in contact with Senate panel
Comey friend with memo in contact with Senate panel

But if Comey's account is true that the president asked him for his loyalty and that he drop the Flynn investigation, it could leave Trump in legal jeopardy. Mr Trump tweeted earlier on Friday he felt "complete vindication" after the hearing . "I'm going to open an investigation against you" - that's clearly witness intimidation, and tha...

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  • Judge won't dismiss Michelle Carter case; defense to begin calling witnesses
Judge won't dismiss Michelle Carter case; defense to begin calling witnesses

He says Roy's decision to kill himself was Roy's alone. On June 28, 2014, he Googled: "suicide by cop". "I think he just killed himself". Steve Verronneau, a forensic expert who examined computers owned by Roy, testified that the teen searched suicide methods.

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  • Truth-teller Trump: Comey lied
Truth-teller Trump: Comey lied

Jim Jordan of OH said Friday, referring to Comey's confirmation that he had informed Trump that the president wasn't being personally investigated. "And there would be nothing wrong if I did say it, according to everybody that I read today".

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  • Hamas denies it built tunnel under UN schools in Gaza
Hamas denies it built tunnel under UN schools in Gaza

The tunnel was found on June 1 under the Maghazi Elementary Boys A&B School and the Maghazi Preparatory Boys School during construction work, according to UNWRA. "We demand they desist from any activities or conduct that put beneficiaries and staff at risk and undermine the ability of United Nations staff to provide assistance to Palestine refugees...

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  • Scotland must have a choice, says Sturgeon
Scotland must have a choice, says Sturgeon

And she said:"We have formulated a partnership agreement which combines the manifesto commitments and priorities on which each party stood". And viewers were left to read between the lines. " I'll obviously open discussions with the Government in Scotland and listen very carefully to what the Scottish Parliament says ", Corbyn said during an in...

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  • Will Trump Testify? Comey's Senate Hearing May Have Started A Chain Reaction
Will Trump Testify? Comey's Senate Hearing May Have Started A Chain Reaction

If either Trump's testimony or memos written by Comey about his conversations with the president turn out to be untrue, either man could be charged with lying to federal investigators. Trump said he is "100 per cent" willing to testify under oath on Comey meetings and tell the FBI Special Consul Robert Muller that he never asked FBI to s...

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  • May in shock after advisers quit
May in shock after advisers quit

British Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip stand on the doorstep of 10 Downing Street, London , after addressing the press Friday, June 9, 2017 following an audience with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham. May had called for the early election in April in an attempt to strengthen her position as Britain prepares to leav...

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  • Allies close to Trump warn the president: It's time to stop tweeting
Allies close to Trump warn the president: It's time to stop tweeting

On Sunday, Trump had taken one of Kahn's remarks out of context while criticizing him. It said that in addition to showing America's support of Poland, the trip will also emphasize the president's commitment to strengthening NATO's "collective defense".

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