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Rights activists in Paris protest Putin visit

In April, Russia's deputy ambassador to the United Nations, Vladimir Safronkov, told the UN Security Council that Obama's threat of military action if a "red line" was crossed had provoked such attac...

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Indy 500 banquet controversy: Fernando Alonso wins Rookie of the Year

Sato's win marked Andretti's second consecutive win as Alexander Rossi made it first to the finish line a year ago. An Andretti driver has now won the 500 three times in the last four years. ...

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Merkel says can develop India ties and keep up US relationship

During his trip, Trump also echoed his past criticism of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies for failing to meet the defensive alliance's military spending commitment of two percent of GDP. Modi...

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Iran Elections: Conservative Candidate and Tehran Mayor Ghalibaf Withdraws from Race

In the absence of credible polling in Iran, it is hard to gauge Raisi's popularity across Iran, particularly given that he has not run for presidency before. It was the culmination of a series of incr...

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'Lovely coincidence' - Priyanka Chopra meets Prime Minister Modi in Berlin

Modi was held formal talks with Merkel as part of the IGC held every two years, where he was joined by his delegation of senior ministers, including Minister for Science and Technology Harsh Vardhan...

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Spicer Bashes Fake News, Says Trump 'The Best Messenger'

Spicer Bashes Fake News, Says Trump 'The Best Messenger'

He then took questions from reporters, though mostly sticking to a script. Pressed for another example, Spicer said he "didn't come here with a list of things". "Yeah, absolutely, I'll give you an exa...

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McCain weighs in on Kushner's reported request for Russian Federation back channel

A rally planned Thursday in Iowa was postponed due to "an unforeseen change" in Trump's schedule. President Trump released a statement to The New York Times on Sunday, offering praise for his so...

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Special prosecutor Mueller extols humility, integrity

Special prosecutor Mueller extols humility, integrity

Trump will also speak with Chris Wray , the ex-head of the Justice Department's criminal division in former President George W. Bush's administration. Former FBI director James Comey was sack...

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IS-linked Terrorist Attack in Jakarta's Kampung Melayu Bus Station

The blasts are the latest in a string of attacks since 2010 that have targeted police, who are seen as the enemy due to Detachment 88, which has been the major agency arresting and in some cases kill...

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ISIS claims responsibility for deadly attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt

ISIS claims responsibility for deadly attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt

A bombing at Cairo's largest Coptic cathedral killed at least 25 people and wounded 49 in December 2016, including many women and children. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack through its...

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French President Macron to travel to Africa on Friday

French President Macron to travel to Africa on Friday

French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday announced his cabinet, which consists of a mix of experienced politicians and newcomers from civil society . Pro-EU Macron wants to push for closer coop...

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Jharkhand JAC 2017 Class 12 results declared! Check jac.nic.in, jharresults

Jharkhand JAC 2017 Class 12 results declared! Check jac.nic.in, jharresults

Just after the declaration of the JAC results 2017 candidates are advise to keep calm and visit the official website. The board conducted the class 10 exams from February 18 at various test centres ...

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White House communications director resigns amid tensions

President Donald Trump and some members of his administration have suggested that they might do away with daily White House press briefings, as the mainstream media has been unrelenting with its neg...

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Scotland 'must have a choice' on independence, says Sturgeon

Scotland 'must have a choice' on independence, says Sturgeon

The Scottish National Party set out its opposition to further spending cuts by the United Kingdom government and reinforced its pledge to challenge Prime Minister Theresa May's aim to leave the Euro...

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French Open 2017: Day 2 - what you missed - Rafa, Djokovic through

French Open 2017: Day 2 - what you missed - Rafa, Djokovic through

Djokovic celebrated his victory by waving along with several ball boys from the centre of the Philippe-Chatrier Court. Djokovic, the world No. 2 men's player, advances to face Portugal's Joao Sousa i...

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G7 leaders openly say climate change consensus does not include US

The pledge, which was accepted previous year by then-US President Barack Obama , commits signatories to keep global warming below two degrees Celsius. Bainimarama has called on Donald Trump to not ...

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Trump tweets article with unnamed source after criticizing reports with unnamed sources

The talks would have taken place before Mr Trump assumed the presidency, when Mr Kushner was a private citizen. McCain's comments come two days after news broke that Kushner, a trusted aide to Presi...

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Merkel hosts Indian leader Modi, looks to broaden world ties

The prime minister praised her "strong leadership" and said a EU-focused vision is what the world needs. German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel was blunter on Monday, slamming the United States pres...

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US Congress' Russia probes expand to Trump's personal lawyer

US Congress' Russia probes expand to Trump's personal lawyer

Cohen, a longtime attorney for the Trump Organization, remains a personal lawyer for Trump. (Cohen has denied delivering the plan to Flynn.) Cohen was also a major presence in the unverified intelli...

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Manchester attack: New York Times defends its publication of leaked images

Manchester attack: New York Times defends its publication of leaked images

She said: "I'll be returning to the incredibly fearless city of Manchester to spend some time with my fans and to have a benefit concert in honour of and to raise money for the victims and their fam...

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Backed Syrian fighters reach gates of IS capital of Raqqa

Iraqi commanders must sign for all equipment they receive and the coalition then continues to monitor them "for future vetting purposes" and on the battlefield. Iraq's Kurdistan regional government de...

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Emir Wants Ties With Iran To Be 'Stronger Than Ever Before'

Emir Wants Ties With Iran To Be 'Stronger Than Ever Before'

But according to experts, although sanctions had harmed Iran's economy, the country appeared nowhere near a state of collapse. Sunni-led Saudi Arabia and Shiite-majority Iran are on opposing sid...

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India bowl out New Zealand for meagre 189 in first warm-up game

India could count on some positives, though, as the bowlers got a decent workout in skittling out New Zealand for 189 in 38.4 overs at The Oval, London , ahead of the 50-over event that is also re...

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British police on hunt for concert bomber's missing suitcase

The image of Abedi and the suitcase was taken from CCTV in Manchester's city center on May 22, according to authorities. "I think it's right that MI5 takes a look to find out what the facts are". Th...

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Indian PM on climate: would be 'crime' to spoil environment

Earlier in the day, PM Modi and Merkel discussed on a range of bilateral, regional and global issues like the Brexit consequences, trade and radicalisation in the context of recent terror attacks in E...

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DHS Secretary: A Backchannel Between Trump And Russia 'Not A Bad Thing'

DHS Secretary: A Backchannel Between Trump And Russia 'Not A Bad Thing'

Kelly confirmed his position, then invoked the idea that Russian Federation would be communicating with the White House . "I don't trust this story as far as I can throw it". He said the United Stat...

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After talks, France's Macron hits out at Russian media, Putin denies hacking

As Putin stood right next to him, Macron called out Russian propaganda, election meddling, LGBTQ repression and the use of chemical weapons in Syria . Moscow has strongly denied all allegations of ...

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Kushner Had No Plans to Set Up Secret Communication With Russia

The conversation between Mr. Kushner and the Ambassador, Sergey I. Kislyak, took place during a meeting at Trump Tower that Trump's presidential transition team did not acknowledge at the time . "I d...

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Trump defends son-in-law amid Russian Federation reports

Federal investigators and several congressional committees are looking into any connections between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, including allegations that there may have been collabor...

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Trump defends Kushner, administration against what he calls 'fake news'

In a statement to the New York Times Sunday, President Trump expressed his support for Kushner, though did not directly mention the allegations regarding him seeking secret communications. Reuter...

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Trump keeps up criticism of Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's indication Sunday that Europe can no longer fully rely on the us and United Kingdom may have been a blunder, Financial Times chief foreign affairs columnist dec...

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Trump lashes out at Germany over trade and NATO, promises 'change'

The chief executive started his first full work day since arriving back in the U.S. Saturday night from his first foreign trip by firing off tweets that criticized Germany and the "fake news" media ...

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Ethiopia's Tedros elected first African to head WHO

Tedros replaces Margaret Chan , who was criticized for the WHO's slow response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. "The world is better prepared, but not almost well enough", she told some 4,00...

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Scarsdale Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony

Scarsdale Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony

Canadian Lt. Col. John McCrae, who died in 1918 while serving on the Western Front in France, wrote a poem titled "In Flanders Fields", to honor a fellow Canadian soldier who died in 1915. Walter Thra...

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N Korea fires missile in latest provocation

China has repeatedly said it views dialogue as the path to resolving the standoff over North Korea's nuclear program. North Korea claims it fired a new type of ballistic missile Monday, demonstr...

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