• London Bridge Attacker Attempted to Rent Large Truck
London Bridge Attacker Attempted to Rent Large Truck

London's Metropolitan Police said Saturday that they arrested a 27-year-old man and a 28-year-old man overnight in east London on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism . The Red Cross is urging people to "take a ride for London , eat a dish for London and say cheers for London ". "Living our lives as citizens of London ".

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  • Trump v Comey: Who said what
Trump v Comey: Who said what

She says she believes part of the problem is a lack of shut-eye. In March, the Center for the National Interest, the right-leaning, Russia-linked group that hosted the event, said that the receiving line "moved quickly and any conversations with Mr.

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  • Election 2017: Hung parliament would be a blow to Brexit negotiations
Election 2017: Hung parliament would be a blow to Brexit negotiations

A giant screen on Sky News asked, "Who are the DUP?" and data from Google showed searches spiked significantly in the hours after the election results emerged. The first face-to-face discussions between the British government and European Union officials were due later this month. "Let's put our minds together on striking a deal".

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  • Senior Nationalist warns Sturgeon to drop demand for referendum
Senior Nationalist warns Sturgeon to drop demand for referendum

Even the Liberal Democrats won back some credibility with four seats (an increase of three). That put them ahead of Labour and closed the gap to the SNP - who had a awful night, losing 21 seats including their Westminster leader Angus Robertson and former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond .

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  • Trump's tweets draw scorn from some, support from others
Trump's tweets draw scorn from some, support from others

Trump's tweets have implications, especially outside of the US. The White House has defended tweets by US President Donald Trump that have raised concern among opponents and allies alike. The tweets do more than simply distract from the administration's attempts to highlight Trump's policies. "It's not policy, it's not an executive order".

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  • Niger recalls ambassador to Qatar in solidarity with Arab states
Niger recalls ambassador to Qatar in solidarity with Arab states

Additionally, Saudi Arabia sealed shut Qatar's only land border, impacting a significant source of food imports for the peninsula nation. The aim of his visit was to inform Russian Federation about the recent "unjustified" steps taken against Qatar, al Thani told reporters.

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  • Malaysia Airlines flight forced to land over bomb scare
Malaysia Airlines flight forced to land over bomb scare

But the plane returned to Melbourne after the operating captain was alerted by the cabin crew of the disruptive passenger, according to Malaysia Airlines. "We were very lucky". Fellow travellers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH128 overpowered the passenger who tried to enter the cockpit and claimed to possess an "explosive device" last night.

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  • United Kingdom police name two of London attackers
United Kingdom police name two of London attackers

The trio killed eight and injured 48 in their rampage around London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday night. Zaghba was identified as a possible militant threat after he was stopped at Bologna airport in 2016 as tried to reach Syria .

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  • 'When UK ready', Brexit talks should start: EU's Michel Barnier
'When UK ready', Brexit talks should start: EU's Michel Barnier

Barnier sounded conciliatory: "Brexit negotiations should start when United Kingdom is ready", he tweeted. "We are working towards it". Protracted negotiations over the formation of a new government - or even a second general election in 2017 - could put back the start of formal talks, squeezing even further the limited time available to forge ...

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  • Louisiana House leaders want to pare spending in budget deal
Louisiana House leaders want to pare spending in budget deal

Chairman ". Over the last week, many senior Senators have expressed skepticism regarding whether they can pass a bill, but Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has laid out an aggressive timeline. Well you couldn't have a more partisan exercise than what you're engaged in right now . We're not gonna have an opportunity to offer a sin...

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  • Trump thinks he got 'total vindication' from Comey. Except he didn't.
Trump thinks he got 'total vindication' from Comey. Except he didn't.

But there was no rest for partisan spinners. The FBI is investigating links between associates of Trump during last year's campaign and Russians who sought to influence the election by hacking Democrats . "I haven't had conversations with them about that, and so I don't want to speak for them, but I will say that it's something we should be ab...

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  • Theresa May's best hope, DUP opposes abortion, same-sex marriage
Theresa May's best hope, DUP opposes abortion, same-sex marriage

Though her Conservative party has emerged as the single largest party, it is short of a majority. The Conservatives won 318 out of 650 seats - throwing away a 17-seat majority. Before the election, she had been widely expected to sack finance minister Philip Hammond following a reported clash over her Brexit strategy. "Do your best to avoid...

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  • Sri Lanka races to rescue flood victims before rain resumes
Sri Lanka races to rescue flood victims before rain resumes

Some 412 houses were fully damaged with over 4,200 houses suffering partial damage. Most residents make their living by tending small plots of tea or spices, or by working in nearby gem mines. Government officials said Friday that monsoon rains caused mass flooding and mudslides across the country. More than 104 people have been listed as missi...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn keeps his eyes on Downing Street
Jeremy Corbyn keeps his eyes on Downing Street

That calculation backfired spectacularly on Thursday as voters stripped the Conservatives of their parliamentary majority. As May struggled to contain the fallout, her two closest aides resigned. She confirmed this to German leader Angela Merkel in a phone call on Saturday. Downing St. says the Cabinet will discuss the agreement Monday. "But we are...

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  • Maute matriarch arrested in Lanao del Sur town
Maute matriarch arrested in Lanao del Sur town

Sindac said in an interview, Maute and her companions were on board a Toyota Revo and were in transit when arrested by police. "Two days ago, information was received from our [asset] that suspect was hiding in barangay Dayawan, Masiu, Lanao del Sur together with wounded members of Maute and it was revealed that Farhana was buying vehicles and ...

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  • Ruth Davidson dismisses Scottish Tories breakaway claim
Ruth Davidson dismisses Scottish Tories breakaway claim

The Conservatives won 13 seats in Scotland , helping to prop up the party nationally after it lost a string of seats throughout England . The SNP had been braced for losses after its dramatic capture of 56 out of the 59 Scottish seats in 2015, but the casualties were heavier than anticipated and included such major figures as former First Min...

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  • Scottish independence dealt a blow
Scottish independence dealt a blow

May called the snap general election in an attempt to strengthen her hand in forthcoming Brexit talks - and quell the nationalists' ongoing agitation for a second independence referendum . Its voters deserted to the SNP in droves after the 2014 independence referendum, in protest both against its unionist alliance with the Tories and what many...

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  • French President Emmanuel Macron's party to win clear parliamentary majority: Polls
French President Emmanuel Macron's party to win clear parliamentary majority: Polls

Macron called to congratulate May, whose party won the most seats in parliament though it lost its majority status, and said he was "pleased that she would continue to be a close partner", a spokesman for May's office said. Third, regardless of the results, the election will signal a significant rearranging of the French political landscape and pos...

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  • Britain's May vows to stay on despite election blow
Britain's May vows to stay on despite election blow

Back in April, the Prime Minister called the election as polls pointed to a landslide result for the her party. The exit poll predicted the Conservatives would win 314 seats and the Labour Party 266, meaning no clear victor and a "hung parliament ".

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  • Trump Lawyer Reportedly to File Complaint Against Comey Over Shared Memos
Trump Lawyer Reportedly to File Complaint Against Comey Over Shared Memos

Realistically, I'm not sure Comey's testimony swayed anyone yesterday, but there were a couple of moments that indicated that Trump isn't out of the woods just yet. And Comey testified , the president pressured him to end the probe of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Mr Trump denies he asked Mr Comey for loyalty and tweet...

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