• Salah set for medical after fee agreed
Salah set for medical after fee agreed

As noted by the Liverpool Echo , the Egyptian worldwide has been on course to complete a £35m move to Anfield this summer, with the report adding that he's expected to be in England this evening. Every day the transfer of Mohamed Salah to Liverpool inches closer, but it's definitely not moving as quickly as some are claiming it to be. Salah,...

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  • Tillerson: Palestinian Authority to stop paying terrorists' families
Tillerson: Palestinian Authority to stop paying terrorists' families

Speaking before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Tillerson said in reply to a question from Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), that this discussion was an important part of a larger dialogue between the Trump administration and the Palestinian authority on terrorism and the peace process.

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  • AFP fights with about 200 BIFF members in Cotabato
AFP fights with about 200 BIFF members in Cotabato

Gunmen stormed a school after a "failed attempt" to attack a militia outpost in Barangay Malagakit at dawn on Wednesday, the military and police said. but we've properly assigned our forces". Sixty-three civilians were rescued from the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) while two members were arrested Wednesday after the rebel group l...

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  • Special Counsel Mueller's legal team continues to raise questions
Special Counsel Mueller's legal team continues to raise questions

That follows the line of thinking by Trump's personal attorney, Jay Sekulow , who said on a number of Sunday news shows that Trump wasn't under investigation. The Washington Post has reported that in that meeting, Trump - having already made a decision to fire Comey - demanded that Rosenstein memo as a rationale.

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  • Autopsy declined for student who died after North Korea release
Autopsy declined for student who died after North Korea release

Sen. Rob Portman told reporters stationed outside that Warmbier was "an wonderful young man" and that North Korea must be held accountable for what happened to the University of Virginia student. "They truly are remarkable people, having raised remarkable kids", Shapiro said of Warmbier's parents. Warmbier visited North Korea in January 2016 ...

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  • In Bogota a bomb exploded in a shopping center
In Bogota a bomb exploded in a shopping center

A woman is evacuated on a gurney after an explosion at the Centro Andino shopping center in Bogota , Colombia, Saturday, June 17, 2017. All the victims killed, are women. The ELN, with 1,500 fighters, is the last guerrilla group still active in the country, and was quick to condemn the attack. Of the 11 injured, three suffered serious injuries, ...

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  • NDA's Presidential nominee Kovind meets former PM Vajpayee
NDA's Presidential nominee Kovind meets former PM Vajpayee

Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Tuesday flew to Patna to consult Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of the JD-U, which reportedly is said to be not averse to backing Kovind. According to the country's rules, any Indian voter above the age of 35 years is eligible to contest the presidential poll with the mandatory signatures of 50 proposers a...

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  • North Korea tests rocket engine in ICBM push
North Korea tests rocket engine in ICBM push

The US has 28,500 troops stationed in South Korea and has helped the nation set up a controversial Terminal High-Altitude Area Defence system, created to shoot down a North Korean ballistic missile. "Nuclear weapon is a deterrent force, but it should be dismantled across the world", he said. Pyongyang's last nuclear test was in September 9, 201...

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  • Mourners Remember Otto Warmbier At Hometown Funeral
Mourners Remember Otto Warmbier At Hometown Funeral

The political messaging came as outrage mounted over the death on Monday of Otto Warmbier, a University of Virginia student who was in a coma when he was medically evacuated from North Korea to his family last week in OH following 17 months of detention for allegedly attempting to steal a propaganda poster.

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  • Foreign Ministry pays respects to Helmut Kohl
Foreign Ministry pays respects to Helmut Kohl

On late Friday, Merkel paid tribute to Kohl during her visit in Rome saying the news of his death fill her "with great sadness". Immediately after securing the deal Kohl praised the diplomacy of Charles Haughey and Gerry Collins for opening the door to what he described as "the dream of all Germans".

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  • Brussels Bomb Suspect Identified as Moroccan from Molenbeek Previously 'Known to Police'
Brussels Bomb Suspect Identified as Moroccan from Molenbeek Previously 'Known to Police'

The outcome could have been far worse, Van Der Sypt said, adding that the man's suitcase contained nails and bottles. A source close to the investigation told CNN the man's name is Oussama Zariouh . A restaurant next door let him and others inside as police secured the station. Molenbeek was the home and transit point for numerous suspects lin...

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  • Trump, as usual, claims others are lying, but…
Trump, as usual, claims others are lying, but…

Neither the Trump Organization nor the White House immediately responded to ABC News' request for comment about Trump Jr's remarks. Mr. Trump was uncharacteristically restrained on the day of Comey's explosive testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee and has since unleashed some of his frustration over the actions and words of t...

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  • Otto Warmbier Returns From North Korea With Extensive Brain Damage
Otto Warmbier Returns From North Korea With Extensive Brain Damage

Warmbier was found guilty in March, 2016, of "hostile acts against the state" for his attempt to steal a propaganda poster on his last night in North Korea before a scheduled trip to Hong Kong as part of a study overseas trip sponsored by the University of Virginia .

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  • Donald Trump: I have no recordings of chats with fired FBI director
Donald Trump: I have no recordings of chats with fired FBI director

CNN quoted a senior administration official as saying it became clear that President Trump had to "come clean on his lie about the Comey tapes before the Friday deadline set on him by Congress to hand over any recordings". On May 12, Trump suggested he may have recorded conversations between himself and Comey. Many readers criticized the p...

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  • Tory-DUP deal may not be reached by opening of Parliament
Tory-DUP deal may not be reached by opening of Parliament

Mrs May's deal with the DUP threatened her government's role as "an honest broker" between unionists and republicans in Belfast , wrote Jonathan Powell, the British government's chief negotiator in Ireland from 1997 to 2007, in the Guardian newspaper on Sunday.

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  • PotCoin soars after Rodman wears logo in North Korea
PotCoin soars after Rodman wears logo in North Korea

However, Fox News, citing a senior Trump administration official, reported that Rodman was traveling to North Korea as a "private citizen". His family says he is in a coma . He, added: " North Korea should be universally condemned for its abhorrent behaviour". Americans are regarded as enemies in North Korea because the two countries ...

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  • Srinagar mob lynch senior cop amid frisking duty
Srinagar mob lynch senior cop amid frisking duty

The infuriated crowd then caught hold of him, stripped him naked and stoned him to death. "It's a very sad and unfortunate incident", Vaid said. Immediately after the incident, Ayub's body was taken to police control room for identification and other legal procedures.

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  • Signed petition for Melaye's recall submitted to INEC
Signed petition for Melaye's recall submitted to INEC

A total of 188,580 electorates from Kogi West, signed the recall register form of Senator Melaye. The people of Kogi West senatorial district wednesday made good their threat to recall their Senator, Dino Melaye by submitting a letter containing their signatures to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC ) in Abuja.

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  • FIR against GJM supporters, chief 'mockery of democracy': Roshan Giri
FIR against GJM supporters, chief 'mockery of democracy': Roshan Giri

BJP , Congress and CPI (M) stayed away. Since June 8, Darjeeling district in West Bengal state has witnessed violent clashes between local residents and police. we want justice." the agitators shouted. "Everybody wants peace. But peace will not return if one adopts a confrontationist attitude". On Thursday, a spokesperson for the GJM said a...

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  • Taliban storm Afghan police compound, kill 5 police
Taliban storm Afghan police compound, kill 5 police

The insider attack took place at 2 p.m. yesterday at an Afghan National Army headquarters at Camp Shaheen in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan's third largest city. The attack - part of the Taliban's all-out assault during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan - was launched at 6:00 am and was still continuing more than six hours later, said the r...

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