• British PM May Seen 22 Seats Short of Majority in Thursday's Vote
British PM May Seen 22 Seats Short of Majority in Thursday's Vote

When Theresa May called a snap election for June 8, her party held a seemingly unassailable lead over Labour in the polls, which has all but disappeared according to one survey . He added: "People are going to look at the front pages today and they are going to say how on earth could we have let this guy or possibly more through the net, w...

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  • Netanyahu: Israel to keep security control over West Bank
Netanyahu: Israel to keep security control over West Bank

The Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 mandated that the United States mission be relocated from Tel Aviv no later than May 31, 1999. Today marks 50 years since the start of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, which resulted in Israel's occupation of the West Bank , East Jerusalem, Gaza and the Syrian Golan, and the displacement of hundreds of thousands...

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  • Girl, 8, looks like a boy, soccer team disqualified
Girl, 8, looks like a boy, soccer team disqualified

Mili Hernandez was disqualified from the finals of the Springfield Soccer Club girls tournament after officials insisted Mili is a boy. "Just because I look like a boy doesn't mean I am a boy", she said. The team's coach said Mili's squad won two of the three games it played Friday and Saturday. In addition to being a soccer player who's good ...

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  • Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in TV showdown
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in TV showdown

ComRes has her personal rating turn negative for the first time since becoming Prime Minister past year at minus 3% - a 12 point drop since they last tested it in February. "Any circumstances where anyone is prepared to use nuclear weapon is disastrous for the whole planet", Mr Corbyn said. Mr Corbyn said: "It is staggering that just six days fro...

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  • Goldman Sachs caught up in anti-Maduro protests
Goldman Sachs caught up in anti-Maduro protests

Why they are buyers is simple: the bonds are cheap, they are able to buy them, profits are likely and they seem to have concluded that the reward outweighs the risk that at least some bonds will meet with default given the economic and political upheaval predicted for the troubled Latin American country.

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  • Comey OK'd To Testify; House Committee Issues Subpoenas
Comey OK'd To Testify; House Committee Issues Subpoenas

It was later disclosed that Nunes, a close ally to the president, secretly viewed the documents at the White House , after Trump made unsubstantiated claims that Obama ordered a wiretap of Trump Tower in NY in an attempt to quell suspicions that Russian Federation assisted his campaign.

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  • Official says Trump expected to pull US from Paris deal
Official says Trump expected to pull US from Paris deal

Trump claimed before taking office that climate change was a "hoax" created by the Chinese to hurt the USA economy, an assertion that stands in defiance of broad scientific consensus. "I promised I would exit or renegotiate any deal which fails to serve America's interests". Worldwide leaders began reacting to the reports of Trump's plans.

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  • Explosions, gunfire reported at Resorts World Manila in Philippines
Explosions, gunfire reported at Resorts World Manila in Philippines

The Philippines have been troubled by terrorism lately, as government forces are battling ISIS-affiliated soldiers for control of the city of Marawi, a mostly Muslim city on the southern island of Mindanao. Police said there had been no confirmed fatalities but 30 people had been injured in the stampede and from inhaling smoke. Dela Rosa said he ...

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  • Trump poised to pull out of Paris climate deal: US media
Trump poised to pull out of Paris climate deal: US media

Trump tweeted on Wednesday that he would announce his decision within the "next few days" shortly after a wave of reports that he intends to pull out of the deal. "I can get back to you". "As with so many other matters, from human rights to healthcare, the Trump administration has continued to surrender our nation's longstanding role as a g...

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  • Manchester terrorist attacker Salman Abedi asked mum for forgiveness before bombing
Manchester terrorist attacker Salman Abedi asked mum for forgiveness before bombing

Abedi's father was allegedly a member of the al-Qaida-backed Libyan Islamic Fighting group in the 1990s - a claim he denies. Mohammed Fadl, a spokesman for Libyan expatriates in Manchester , said Salman's family is well known in the community, especially his elder brother Ismail, but said Salman "was not socially involved in the community activi...

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  • Andretti rules Indy _ and other takeaways from the 500
Andretti rules Indy _ and other takeaways from the 500

After spending seven years in Formula One , Sato came to the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2010. It was Sato's second career IndyCar victory. For Andretti Autosport , this marks back-to-back Monday morning victory photo ceremonies, with Alexander Rossi taking the checkered flag a year ago.

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  • Backed Obamacare repeal bill disliked by 2 to 1 in poll
Backed Obamacare repeal bill disliked by 2 to 1 in poll

The patient protections and essential benefits of the Affordable Care Act should remain in place for all Americans. We must provide health care to the countless hardworking New Yorkers who can't afford coverage or costly procedures, and could be most significantly impacted by recent federal legislative efforts to repeal and replace the Affo...

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  • Stop cattle smuggling, don't abide by cattle ban directive, Mamata tells police
Stop cattle smuggling, don't abide by cattle ban directive, Mamata tells police

Earlier, the BJP criticised the Congress and Left parties over slaughtering an ox publicly and organising beef festivals. It is undemocratic, unconstitutional and unethical. Ever since the notification, there have been widespread protests in various states, especially Kerala, one of the states where cow slaughter is not banned.

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  • Trump attacks 'fake news' amid Russian Federation controversy that now includes Kushner
Trump attacks 'fake news' amid Russian Federation controversy that now includes Kushner

Anyone within the Trump orbit is at risk of being used". Trump's Sunday mini tweet storm represented a return to form for a president who largely refrained from tweeting anything provocative or controversial during his trip overseas last week.

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  • No 'Simple Answers' after Trump Meetings: Merkel
No 'Simple Answers' after Trump Meetings: Merkel

She said she got this feeling after meeting world leaders at the recently concluded G7 summit in Italy. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has suggested Donald Trump has made it hard for her country and others in Europe to depend on the U.S.

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  • PM Modi to embark on Europe tour tomorrow, to visit four countries
PM Modi to embark on Europe tour tomorrow, to visit four countries

MEA spokesperson Gopal Baglay‏ tweeted: "Guten Tag Berlin! ". Prime Minister Modi signed the visitor's book at the Schloss Meseberg. Modi's arrival comes a day after German Chancellor Angela Merkel shocked many in Washington and London by saying Europe must take its fate into its own hands, implying that the United States under President D...

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  • Trump Says North Korea Is a 'Big Problem' That 'Will Be Solved'
Trump Says North Korea Is a 'Big Problem' That 'Will Be Solved'

The Group of Seven leaders hardened their stance on North Korea at their annual gathering last weekend, but analysts say this is just a start in efforts to persuade China to use its influence to tackle the threat from the hermit nation's nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

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  • Iran's Supreme Leader: Saudi Arabia 'cow milked' by US
Iran's Supreme Leader: Saudi Arabia 'cow milked' by US

Qatari Emir, for his part, felicitated Rouhani on his landslide reelection victory and the onset of holy month of Ramadan, calling for further expansion of bilateral relations. "Khamenei's comments comes after President Trump brokered a $110 billion defense deal with the Saudis during his first foreign trip in office". Saudi Arabia and other Gu...

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  • Comey acted on Russian intelligence he knew was fake
Comey acted on Russian intelligence he knew was fake

Mr Comey, who was overseeing an investigation into the Trump campaign's possible campaign ties to Russian Federation before he was sacked, has agreed to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee in an open session. The contents of the memos were described by a person who has reviewed the documents to news outlets including USA TODAY, but law...

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  • Brush fire on Los Angeles hillside sparked by weed whacker
Brush fire on Los Angeles hillside sparked by weed whacker

The flames spread to nearby brush, and now that brush fire is expected to be 50 to 60 acres. Access was remote and hard, Stewart said , and no injuries have been reported. It's unknown if the fire is still burning in the salvage yard. Voluntary evacuations are in place for anyone else in the northeast area of town. "While the fire did burn w...

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  • Senate Intelligence Committee Using Subpoenas To Pursue Russia Probe
Senate Intelligence Committee Using Subpoenas To Pursue Russia Probe

Both he and Mr Flynn have denied any collusion with Russian Federation or involvement in any plot to disrupt the election. He also said when he stepped down from the Central Intelligence Agency as Mr Trump took office, he did not know if there had been collusion.

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  • US plans first test of ICBM intercept, with NKorea on mind
US plans first test of ICBM intercept, with NKorea on mind

The world's most advanced jet, the F-35, has been sent to Japan . "In my discussions with senior officials in both South Korea and the USA, the view was that should North Korea ever be recognised as a nuclear weapons state, then Japan and (South) Korea would have little option than to develop their own nuclear weapons capability", Bishop tol...

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  • Reformists sweep Tehran municipal vote as Rouhani wins Iran
Reformists sweep Tehran municipal vote as Rouhani wins Iran

Iran , which held presidential elections Friday, is a sharp contrast, Zarif noted, to the inherited monarchy that rules in Saudi Arabia. Earlier, US President Donald Trump said during a visit to Jerusalem that Iran must never be allowed to have nuclear weapons while also denouncing Tehran´s support for "terrorists".

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  • Bill Cosby Jury Selected
Bill Cosby Jury Selected

However, six were dismissed based on their initial questionnaires. The judge ruled in favor of the prosecution, allowing them to block the woman's appointment, unless the defense can prove that the prosecution did so for racial reasons. He has called the encounter consensual. Of the new 100 person pool from Allegheny, Penn. - one of the least di...

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  • Hawaii-bound passengers noticed unruly man before take-off
Hawaii-bound passengers noticed unruly man before take-off

Investigators are still trying to determine the motive behind the disturbance. Two eyewitnesses say the man who caused a disruption on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu on Friday did not make it to the cockpit door.

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