• UK Parliament to open on June 21, following election delay
UK Parliament to open on June 21, following election delay

She declined to speculate about any change in Britain's plans to withdraw from the European Union following the election, saying, "The citizens have decided, and I assume that we will have to carry out these negotiations". His column will take in topics from Brexit to the future of liberal politics, and, he's asked me to tell you, his passion f...

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  • IS claims first operation in Israel, one policewoman killed
IS claims first operation in Israel, one policewoman killed

Following the attack, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a phone consultation with the chief of police and public security minister, and made a decision to cancel the family visits, a police statement read. Israeli police arrested two people after a standoff at Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque on Sunday, Israeli police said, as tensio...

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  • Isis claims Jerusalem attack, sends warning
Isis claims Jerusalem attack, sends warning

Rosenfeld added that no restrictions are being enforced against Palestinians from the West Bank who have procured legal permits to enter Jerusalem , and that no age restrictions for men allowed to enter the Temple Mount are being imposed. Layali Othman, 37, from Ramallah said her family received a permit for the holiday and had planned to visit ...

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  • Trump just revoked an Obama amnesty program for illegal aliens
Trump just revoked an Obama amnesty program for illegal aliens

District Court for the Southern District of Texas", the statement continued. The Department of Homeland Security announced that it would continue the Obama-era program meant to protect those immigrants from deportation and provide them with work permits so they can find legal employment.

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  • Restoring powersharing the priority as Brexit talks begin, says Irish minister
Restoring powersharing the priority as Brexit talks begin, says Irish minister

Mr Varadkar added: "We want to make sure that there is minimal or no disruption to trade between our two countries". The fact that May has to rely on the Democratic Unionist Party in order to govern - when the British government has to play the role of the honest broker in Northern Ireland - might also cause problems.

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  • United States student freed by North Korea dies in hospital aged 22
United States student freed by North Korea dies in hospital aged 22

Mr Warmbier has been described as a bright and promising young man with an intense curiosity about the world. Otto Warmbier , the college student who returned to the United States last week after 17 months of detention in North Korea , died Monday afternoon , his family said in a statement.

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  • Several Casualties Reported as Vehicle Strikes Pedestrians in North London
Several Casualties Reported as Vehicle Strikes Pedestrians in North London

The 48-year-old suspect had been surrounded by an angry crowd that is believed to have pulled him from the van used in the attack. The smashed his van into the group, seriously injuring 10 people and killing 1 man. She said, "All my thoughts are with those who have been injured, their loved ones and the emergency services on the scene". Opposit...

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  • Kovind will be exceptional President: Modi
Kovind will be exceptional President: Modi

Also he comes from a Dalit background, so our stand will never be negative towards him but will stay positive forever. Further giving her opinion over Presidential Elections, Mayawati stated that BJP should have selected a name from a non-political background which will be better.

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  • Death toll rises to 3 in blast at Colombia mall
Death toll rises to 3 in blast at Colombia mall

President Juan Manuel Santos denounced the attack and promised to bring those responsible to justice. "It was incredible, I heard the explosion , but I never imagined that it was an attack, that it could be so terrible, I can't sleep", said Maria Vasquez, 56, as she looked toward the door of the restroom on Sunday.

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  • BJP panel meets Sonia, Yechury, Advani over presidential polls
BJP panel meets Sonia, Yechury, Advani over presidential polls

He is scheduled to return only on Saturday morning. But, if sources are to be believed, several other factors like Kovind's not-so-strong RSS links and the Gujarat polls also played a pivotal role in his selection. Sharad Yadav: Former president of Janata Dal (United) is a prominent opposition leader, who can be nominated for the constitutiona...

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  • Sister of Finsbury Park suspect 'sorry for what happened'
Sister of Finsbury Park suspect 'sorry for what happened'

The police did not describe the incident as an attack, but they did confirm that investigation of the incident is being carried out by the Counter Terrorism Command. "So we pushed people away from him until he was safely put into the back of the van". The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) said "the incident reflected the rise of Islamop...

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  • Cardiff man named locally as London mosque attack suspect
Cardiff man named locally as London mosque attack suspect

Mr Ali, 28, said a man in a wheelchair was among those hit by the speeding vehicle. The attack hits a community already feeling targeted in the fallout from the London Bridge killings and other attacks blamed on Islamic extremists. "There has been an outpouring of sympathy for all for the recent terror attacks but hardly a whisper on this attack"...

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  • Dems win with Scalise on minds of players
Dems win with Scalise on minds of players

Scalise was wounded when a gunman opened fire at a GOP lawmaker baseball practice Wednesday morning. The bullet damaged blood vessels, bones, and internal organs, Sava said. James Hodgkinson had been a vocal opponent of the Republican party . President Donald Trump did not attend but sent a video message of support.

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  • Egypt denounces London mosque attack, warns of Islamophobia
Egypt denounces London mosque attack, warns of Islamophobia

The Muslim Council of Britain said the vehicle had hit people as they were leaving Finsbury Park mosque. British counter-terrorism officers have joined regular police to help investigate the incident, according to the Guardian . Police have named the man suspected of using a van to attack worshipers at a London mosque as 47-year-old Darren...

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  • Oppn parties decide to meet on June 22 to discuss presidential nominee
Oppn parties decide to meet on June 22 to discuss presidential nominee

The choice displays Modi and Shah's penchant for pulling off "spectacular surprises" such as the appointment of Yogi Adityanath as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister. Yet, Kovind's candidature has been lauded by the RSS with the outfit's spokesman Prof Rakesh Sinha describing him as "a flawless person" and "a man with a clear vision".

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  • Who Are The Finsbury Park Mosque Attack Victims?
Who Are The Finsbury Park Mosque Attack Victims?

His mental health reportedly will be assessed on Monday. An imam prevented other people at the scene from taking revenge on the man, Kacimi said. "Their restraint in the circumstances was commendable". The mosques were busy with people observing the holy month of Ramadan. British Security Minister Ben Wallace said authorities were aware of risi...

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  • Smoke in Portugal hinders firefighting aircraft
Smoke in Portugal hinders firefighting aircraft

Image: Firefighters work to put out a forest fire near the village of Fato, central Portugal , June 18, 2017. They also belive the death toll will rise as fire fighters reach remote villages. More than 1,000 firefighters were yesterday still battling a giant forest fire that swept through central Portugal at the weekend, killing at least 62 peop...

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  • At least eight dead in China kindergarten blast
At least eight dead in China kindergarten blast

The blast occurred around 4:50 p.m. local time at the gate of the kindergarten, as the children were leaving, Xinhua news agency reported . Xu dropped out of school due to neurological disorders. Clothes and shoes were also seen strewn across the ground. A video posted by the People's Daily showed emergency workers arriving at the scene with...

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  • Theresa May condemns 'sickening terrorist attack on Muslims'
Theresa May condemns 'sickening terrorist attack on Muslims'

He then thanked worshippers who restrained the attacker. The man, who is in custody at a south London police station, was arrested earlier on suspicion of attempted murder. He said there had been a spike in Islamophobic hate crimes since the London Bridge terrorist attack . Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said: "Our thoughts are wi...

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  • Final pitches made in nationally watched Georgia House race
Final pitches made in nationally watched Georgia House race

A Tuesday special election in the northern suburbs of Atlanta will settle just one of 435 U.S. House seats, but it has become a national story in the early months of Donald Trump's presidency. Ad campaigns like these are part of a massive investment on Handel's behalf from outside groups. The price tag of the Georgia special congressional elect...

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