• Hundreds demonstrate against Theresa May's alliance with DUP
Hundreds demonstrate against Theresa May's alliance with DUP

She said only her party had the "legitimacy" to govern after winning the most seats and votes. Later, she said she "obviously wanted a different result" and felt "sorry" for colleagues who lost their seats. MP Anna Soubry called on May to "consider her position" following "a pretty awful campaign", in which the Conservatives squandered much of a ...

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  • British Pound Remains Lower After UK Election
British Pound Remains Lower After UK Election

She can only realistically govern now with the support of a party from Northern Ireland, which has a rather different approach to Brexit than her. The titles owned by Rupert Murdoch supported the Conservative Party while The Guardian and the Daily Mirror batted for Labour .

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  • Theresa May says she'll stick to Brexit timetable
Theresa May says she'll stick to Brexit timetable

She doesn't usually say no, although there have been crises in Canada and Australia where her representatives did. "That's not a matter for me", she said . MP Anna Soubry called on May to "consider her position" following "a pretty awful campaign", in which the Conservatives squandered much of a 20-point lead in the polls.

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  • United Kingdom police seek clues from pink knives used in London Bridge attack
United Kingdom police seek clues from pink knives used in London Bridge attack

Butt featured in a Channel 4 documentary past year about Islamist extremists with links to the jailed preacher Anjem Choudary called The Jihadis Next Door. Shown praying to an Islamist black flag in a 2016 documentary aired on British television, Butt had caught the attention of United Kingdom police, but was dropped from interest after questioni...

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  • 3rd suspect identified in London attack
3rd suspect identified in London attack

British police have arrested two more suspects over the London Bridge attack , after revealing that the carnage could have been worse had the attackers succeeded in their goal of renting a truck, rather than a van, to mow down pedestrians.

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  • Death toll rises to 16 in Iran terror attacks
Death toll rises to 16 in Iran terror attacks

Islamic State claimed have responsibility for Wednesday's attack and threatened more against Iran's majority Shi'ite population, seen by the hardline Sunni militants as heretics. Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards have pointed the finger at regional rival Saudi Arabia - a close USA ally - which Iran accuses of funding extremism and groups including ...

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  • Iran calls Trump's reaction to ISIS attacks repugnant
Iran calls Trump's reaction to ISIS attacks repugnant

Iranian forces are backing embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad while the Shiite power also is supporting militias fighting against the extremists in Iraq. "We underscore that states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote". Meeting on the sidelines of a regional security summit in Kazakhstan, Chinese Foreign Minist...

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  • Sentiment Change Report: Tetra Technologies Inc (NYSE:TTI)
Sentiment Change Report: Tetra Technologies Inc (NYSE:TTI)

First Wilshire Securities Management Inc sold 8,997 shares as Tetra Tech Inc New (TTEK)'s stock rose 3.90%. RidgeWorth Capital Management LLC now owns 1,398,176 shares of the industrial products company's stock worth $57,115,000 after buying an additional 343,222 shares during the last quarter.

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  • Tehran attackers were Iranians, committed terror attacks in Raqqa, Mosul
Tehran attackers were Iranians, committed terror attacks in Raqqa, Mosul

Other members of the public accused Saudi Arabia and Iran's long-time foe, the United States, of backing the attacks. But no proof or specifics were offered. Last year, they returned to the country under the leadership of Abu Aish to carry out terrorist attacks in the holy places of Iran, a statement by the Iranian Security Ministry said.

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  • Germany prepared for Brexit negotiations - Merkel
Germany prepared for Brexit negotiations - Merkel

Formal exit talks were scheduled to begin on June 19th between the United Kingdom and 27 other members of the EU. Negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union for Brexit may be put on hold after Britain's Conservative Party failed to secure a majority in the General Election.

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  • Trump calls Comey a 'leaker'
Trump calls Comey a 'leaker'

Comey testified before that committee on Thursday, and Sen. Trump's comment tracks with Republican talking points about the hearing , where the Republican National Committee and White House urged "surrogates" to emphasise the fact that Comey said "the President was never an explicit subject of the Russian Federation probe during his...

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  • Liveblog: Senate Intel Committee's Section 702 Hearing
Liveblog: Senate Intel Committee's Section 702 Hearing

In what amounted to a dress rehearsal for Thursday's highly anticipated hearing with fired FBI Director James Comey , current officials - Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats , National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers , Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe - repeatedly declined to talk at...

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  • Theresa May to carry on as British PM
Theresa May to carry on as British PM

Donald Tusk , the former Polish premier who will oversee the process as chair of European Union national leaders' summits, also stressed there was "no time to lose" and a need for London and Brussels to cooperate to minimise disruption for people, businesses and governments across Europe when Britain walks out in 22 months.

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  • Trump won't say if tapes exist; would testify under oath about Comey
Trump won't say if tapes exist; would testify under oath about Comey

In his written testimony submitted to the committee, Comey had reported that he was left alone with the President, and Trump said , "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go". "And so that", Comey said, "gave me a queasy feeling". "That was an excuse by the Democrats, who lost an election they shouldn't hav...

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  • Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails end hunger strike: Israel Prisons Service
Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails end hunger strike: Israel Prisons Service

There were around 7000 Palestinians held in prisons by Israeli authorities by the end of 2016. At around 5 a.m., after negotiations and a lot of pressure in the Ashkelon prison, Barghouti and his team agreed to end the strike, Akram Al-Ayasa, spokesman for the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, said.

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  • Trump won't say if tapes of Comey conversations exist
Trump won't say if tapes of Comey conversations exist

House Speaker Paul Ryan , R-Wisc., claimed on Thursday that Republicans would not be calling for the impeachment of a Democratic president if they had been accused of the same indiscretions as Trump . Comey called those "lies, plain and simple". Earlier in his press conference, Trump said he was "happy" with parts of Comey's testimony, incl...

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  • Biafra sit-at-home: Onitsha shut down, partial compliance in Abakaliki
Biafra sit-at-home: Onitsha shut down, partial compliance in Abakaliki

Calls for independence never disappeared even after the 30-month civil war, which left more than one million dead, majority Igbos, mainly from starvation and disease. He dismissed stories making the round that her members would clamp down on anybody who tried to do any business or open shops today, stressing that "we are not going to harass anybody...

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  • Israel 'not ready' for peace
Israel 'not ready' for peace

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to "preserve" and "strengthen" Israel's settlement enterprise during a Wednesday ceremony at the Israeli Knesset to mark the Gregorian calendar's 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War. It will house some 300 settlers evicted in February from another settlement called Amona. At Monday's event, Netanyahu sa...

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  • Charges Filed In Oakland Ghost Ship Fire
Charges Filed In Oakland Ghost Ship Fire

The attorney also accused Derick Almena of holding profit concerts at the warehouse despite not having a valid license, Boston Globe reported . Almena - the eccentric patriarch of the underground artist collective - lived at the Ghost Ship with his wife and children and rented out the building for the December 2 party.

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  • Further arrests made by police investigating Manchester Arena terror attack
Further arrests made by police investigating Manchester Arena terror attack

A MAN has been arrested and another property is being searched in connection to the Manchester terror attack. Police said officers were examining the link between the 24-year-old suspect and the Micra. CCTV images have been released showing Abedi hauling a blue suitcase in the days leading up to the bombing. Six other people had been arrested...

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