• Snap polls fallout: Theresa May's closest advisers resign
Snap polls fallout: Theresa May's closest advisers resign

With Brexit negotiations set to commence soon, the result will also raise fundamental questions about Britain's Brexit strategy, though perhaps not in the way some had foreseen. "And eventually Harold Wilson managed to form a government". But the achievement of Corbyn and his team is remarkable nevertheless, not least when one sees the vitrioli...

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  • What does the election result mean for the markets?
What does the election result mean for the markets?

But with the pound at its lowest level since since Theresa May called the snap election on 18 April, the FTSE 100 was pulled higher as the worldwide companies that dominate the blue chip index stand to benefit from weakness in sterling.

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  • Islamic law rally by Chicago Trump building
Islamic law rally by Chicago Trump building

Counter demonstrators opposing a group who gathered nearby to protest against Islamic-law yell out on Sat., June 10, 2017 , in NY. Southern Poverty Law Center and critics say that ACT for America is a " hate group " famously known for aggressively criticizing Islam and promoting a distorted, prejudiced view of the religion.

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  • Comey offered $10m to reveal everything about Trump, Hilary Clinton
Comey offered $10m to reveal everything about Trump, Hilary Clinton

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi downplayed former Attorney General Loretta Lynch , the nation's top cop at the time, downplaying Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified information through the use of a private email server. Lynch's request, Mukasey argued on Newsmax TV, was "egregious" and made the Justice Department "an arm of the Cl...

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  • British PM Theresa May under fresh pressure as top aides quit
British PM Theresa May under fresh pressure as top aides quit

The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. It was in this context that May thought she could increase her majority in Parliament and thus enter Brexit (Britain's recent decision to leave the European Union ) negotiations with a convincing mandate from the British people.

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  • Journalist ordered to pay Israeli PM damages for libel
Journalist ordered to pay Israeli PM damages for libel

They had sued for 280,000 shekels ($79,000). The Tel Aviv Magistrate Court ruled that Igal Sarna libeled the Netanyahus in a post on Facebook , in which he claimed that Sara Netanyahu kicked Benjamin Netanyahu out of the auto during a night ride from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem .

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  • Mandsaur violence: Deceased farmers' kin request CM Chouhan to end fast
Mandsaur violence: Deceased farmers' kin request CM Chouhan to end fast

Protesters threw stones at police and blocked the Indore-Bhopal highway, setting a truck on fire after they were prevented from entering Bhopal for a planned sit-in in the state capital. According to a 2006 report, later endorsed by the BJP party in its 2014 general election manifesto, but yet to be implemented, all crop prices should be fixe...

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  • 3 documentaries banned from taking part in Kerala fest
3 documentaries banned from taking part in Kerala fest

He was speaking at a press conference here today, while announcing the date of the upcoming International Documentary Short Film Festival of Kerala . The films were set to be showcased at the five-day 10th International Documentary Short Film Festival. We have moved an appeal, asking the Ministry to consider the plea seeking censor exemption again...

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  • London terror attack: Three more arrests in probe, say Police
London terror attack: Three more arrests in probe, say Police

Thomas's girlfriend was struck and seriously injured in the attack . May, under fire because of three major attacks in Britain in the last three months, said Corbyn wasn't fit to safeguard Britain's security at a time of heightened threat.

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  • Gambling debt was motive behind Philippines casino attack, not terrorism, police say
Gambling debt was motive behind Philippines casino attack, not terrorism, police say

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Saturday the tragedy didn't resemble a terrorist attack by Islamic State, which has claimed the gunman was one of its fighters. He was addicted to gambling , and so he was no longer in his right mind. Philippine police say the attacker was a tall, English-speaking white man with a mustache.

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  • Sterling stunned by UK election shock, stocks await more results
Sterling stunned by UK election shock, stocks await more results

The British Pound fell sharply in the Asia/Pacific Friday on the shock prospect of a "hung parliament " in its home country's general election , but has steadied since even though that prospect looks all-but certain. The damage was limited elsewhere, with E-mini futures for the S&P 500 edging up 0.1 per cent. It was also down 1.6 percent on t...

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  • Theresa May Top Aides Resign After Disastrous Election
Theresa May Top Aides Resign After Disastrous Election

Senior members of the ruling Conservative party had reportedly made the departure of Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill a condition of allowing May to stay on after losing her parliamentary majority in Thursday's vote. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the country as her husband looks on after Britain's election at Downing Street in ...

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  • EU ready to start Brexit talks, says Angela Merkel
EU ready to start Brexit talks, says Angela Merkel

But the prime minister said her new government would now prepare for discussions in 10 days time.However, Guenther Oettinger, the German member of the European Union executive, was among those warning that a weak British leader may be a problem once talks start.

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  • Egypt's El-Sissi praises Trump's stance on Qatar
Egypt's El-Sissi praises Trump's stance on Qatar

The coordinated move suggests the Gulf states are seeking to lessen the humanitarian impact of their June 5 severing of ties with Qatar, in retaliation for what they call its support for terrorism and their regional foe Iran. Tillerson said the USA was asking Qatar to "be responsive to the concerns of its neighbors". "[We] call on Qatar to end it...

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  • What, exactly, was John McCain asking James Comey?
What, exactly, was John McCain asking James Comey?

COMEY: "No. That one was done". McCain said he doesn't understand how Comey could be done with the Clinton probe having concluded no charges were warranted, but wouldn't say the same about the Russian investigation. The 80-year-old Arizona Republican joked that he stayed up late watching an Arizona Diamondbacks game. Specifically, he mention...

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  • May's Tories, Northern Ireland's DUP Reach Deal to Prop Up Government
May's Tories, Northern Ireland's DUP Reach Deal to Prop Up Government

He said his party would seek to vote down May's Queen's Speech, or programme for government, when she presented it to parliament . Theresa May was fighting for survival on Saturday after a failed election gamble undermined her authority and plunged the country into a major political crisis days before talks to leave the European Union start.

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  • Police appeal for information on knives used in London Bridge attack
Police appeal for information on knives used in London Bridge attack

After crashing the van, they used 12in (30cm) pink ceramic knives tied to their wrists to attack passers-by. Pictures of the pink-bladed knives which the London Bridge terrorists used to slaughter innocent pedestrians have been released by police.

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  • UK polls: Theresa May's two closest advisers quit after election debacle
UK polls: Theresa May's two closest advisers quit after election debacle

The change was unlikely to significantly quell unrest within the party. She had called the vote three years earlier than required by law, with the aim of sweeping an even greater majority for her party before Brexit talks in nine days to take the country out of the European Union .

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  • Pentagon: 3 US soldiers killed, 1 wounded in Afghanistan - FOX10 News
Pentagon: 3 US soldiers killed, 1 wounded in Afghanistan - FOX10 News

This is the third so called "green on blue attack" in which Taliban infiltrators in the Afghan security forces have targeted members of the allied forces. The attack occurred after the United States military apologized for mistakenly killing two Afghan police officers in the south of the country late Friday.

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  • Gas giant Qatar Petroleum says unaffected by Gulf crisis
Gas giant Qatar Petroleum says unaffected by Gulf crisis

The UAE , along with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt, is mounting an unprecedented diplomatic and economic blockade against Qatar, alleging ties to terrorism. It also allows Bin Salman and Bin Zayed to send a clear message to their 37-year-old Qatari counterpart, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani: In this neighborhood, we run the show.

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