• Republicans win Georgia and SC congressional races
Republicans win Georgia and SC congressional races

Sure, Republicans have won the Congressional district since the Carter administration. Trump tweeted late Tuesday. Republicans spent $ 12 million and Democrats spent $12.2 million, according to sources tracking the air war. House seat in SC proved to be a surprisingly close result for the Democratic Party . "But this is the beginning of...

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  • Kim Jong-un oversees new type of cruise missile
Kim Jong-un oversees new type of cruise missile

The latest launch is thought to have featured anti-ship cruise missiles that would not present a direct threat to the Japanese mainland. Experts said the new anti-ship missile has four launching canisters. sanctions. Meanwhile, South Korea suspended temporarily the further deployment of the advanced U.S. missile defense system known as THAA...

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  • What happened to Otto Warmbier? Ex-detainee believes torture possible
What happened to Otto Warmbier? Ex-detainee believes torture possible

Trump wrote on Twitter. Trump has often cited China, North Korea's longtime ally, as a key player in United States efforts to rein in North Korea's quest to develop long-range nuclear missiles. "It's a total disgrace what happened to Otto". And I spoke with his family. The student's father, Fred Warmbier, said last week that his son had bee...

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  • US watchdog decries woodland uniforms for Afghan army
US watchdog decries woodland uniforms for Afghan army

A report from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction shows that they spent $28 million dollars on "forest" camouflaged Afghanistan military uniforms. "Given the lack of evidence showing that the proprietary pattern is more effective in Afghanistan than lower cost nonproprietary patterns, we suggest that a DOD organization ...

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  • Queen's Speech: Jeremy Corbyn followed correct protocol by not bowing to Queen
Queen's Speech: Jeremy Corbyn followed correct protocol by not bowing to Queen

Queen Elizabeth II delivered a speech to Parliament on Wednesday outlining the British government's legislative agenda. At the heart of the Queen's speech this year was the so- called Great Repeal Bill, which will repeal the 1972 European Communities Act and end the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.

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  • AP Brahmin Welfare Corp chairman Krishna Rao removed
AP Brahmin Welfare Corp chairman Krishna Rao removed

The TDP sympathisers on the net have ensured that Rao was sacked within 24 hours of waging a war on social media against Rao's posts on Facebook . "I tried to get an appointment with the CM, but in vain". Saying that such things were "not expected from someone as senior as Krishna Rao ", Parakala also said that the state had put him in-charge of ...

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  • A chastened May offers humility as Brexit dominates new parliament
A chastened May offers humility as Brexit dominates new parliament

The Queen's Speech now heads to debate among May, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and other lawmakers to hash out potential amendments and eventually vote on its agenda next week. The speech included a series of domestic policies, including sweeping changes to technical education and establishing a new statutory anti-extremism commission.

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  • Edward Gillespie wins Virginia's GOP primary for governor
Edward Gillespie wins Virginia's GOP primary for governor

Northam faced former congressman Tom Perriello in Tuesday's primary. The more establishment Democrat , Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam , won by a much bigger margin (56 percent to 44 percent) than expected. Absentee ballot applications are up significantly as compared to previous gubernatorial elections, which could indicate a higher than usual overal...

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  • Sanders, deputy press secretary, dodges questions of White House promotion
Sanders, deputy press secretary, dodges questions of White House promotion

Spicer was thought to be on shaky ground in his role, given his temperamental press briefings and Trump's own suggestion that he would rather run such briefings himself. There's a lot of them that want to become YouTube stars and ask some snarky question that's been asked eight times and that's right, that's their right to do that.

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  • Repeal Bill confirmed in Queen's Speech
Repeal Bill confirmed in Queen's Speech

Christian and Labour MP, Rachael Maskell, told Premier she doesn't think the plans were substantial. It was her 64th speech Queen Elizabeth II delivered the government's strategy for Brexit . After a Queen's Speech agenda dominated by some 8 Bills relating to Brexit , there was speculation that the Queen was giving a coded message with ...

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  • Appreciate China but it's efforts on N. Korea
Appreciate China but it's efforts on N. Korea "have not worked out"

Earlier the coroner's office said it had received Warmbier's body for an autopsy examination and was expecting to release preliminary findings later on Tuesday or on Wednesday. The route to inflicting significant economic pain on Kim's government remains through China. Warmbier's parents say he fell ill after he was imprisoned, and that the...

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  • WAR LOOMS - US shoots armed Syrian drone targeting American troops
WAR LOOMS - US shoots armed Syrian drone targeting American troops

That move elicited a round of threats from Russia's defense ministry, which indicated it could shoot down the next US jet flying west of the Euphrates River, and raised fresh concerns over the expanded nature of USA involvement in Syria's protracted six year war.

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  • Otto Warmbier Has Landed In The United States
Otto Warmbier Has Landed In The United States

However, nothing should be read into this coincidence, given the timeline of theTrump administration's own prior initiatives leading to the release . The official referred to them as "hostages". Survivors of North Korea's concentration camps draw what they witnessed. North Korea accuses Washington and South Korea of sending spies to over...

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  • French Justice Minister Bayrou leaving government
French Justice Minister Bayrou leaving government

President Macron's office announced that Florence Parly, a former executive and budget official, would become the new defence minister after previous defence chief Sylvie Goulard stepped down. He has dismissed allegations of corruption, saying there had "never been" fake jobs among his party's European Parliament staff. After Macron's preside...

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  • Puerto Rico Votes On Statehood - Though Congress Will Make Final Call
Puerto Rico Votes On Statehood - Though Congress Will Make Final Call

One of the serious problems with Sunday's vote is that, with so many voters boycotting the election over allegations of ballot fraud slanted to favor statehood, only 23 percent of registered voters actually cast a ballot. According to The Hill , a similar situation arose in 2012 when Puerto Rico voted to become a state but statehood opponents...

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  • Army to deploy 2 more battalions in South Kashmir
Army to deploy 2 more battalions in South Kashmir

Meanwhile, announcements were made over the public address systems of the mosques, asking people to hit the streets to help the "trapped militants" escape.

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  • Trump pledges to testify under oath about Comey claims
Trump pledges to testify under oath about Comey claims

The committee is seeking the materials by June 23. The Justice Department later appointed Mueller as special counsel. When asked about whether he had recordings of his conversations with Mr Comey, which he has previously hinted, the president said he would address it at a later date.

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  • Handel makes history as Georgia's first female GOP Congresswoman-elect
Handel makes history as Georgia's first female GOP Congresswoman-elect

Democrats hoping for upsets in traditionally conservative districts have now gone 0-for-4 in special elections this year, and political analysts say Handel's victory raises questions about whether Democrats can win with anti-Trump rhetoric.

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  • Police officer stabbed at MI airport
Police officer stabbed at MI airport

Police said a suspect has been taken into custody. According to CNN , the Federal Bureau of Investigation has said it believes the attack to have been an "isolated incident", and the stabbing took place on the public side of the airport's terminal.

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  • UK police question anti-Muslim attacker
UK police question anti-Muslim attacker

London Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu told the media: "No matter what the motivation proves to be, and we are keeping an open mind, this is being treated as a terrorist attack and the Counter Terrorism Command is investigating".

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