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Trump Further Damages America's Relationship with Germany

Trump Further Damages America's Relationship with Germany

From across the Atlantic, The Washington Post reported that the bilateral strains mean that the USA has, to some extent, lost the trust of one of Europe's most pro-American leaders. US-German rela...

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Iran supreme leader says attacks fuel hatred toward US, Saudis

In a message on Friday, Leader said the attacks that led to the martyrdom and injury of several Iranians in the holy fasting month of Ramadan is a clear sign of animosity of arrogant mercenaries towar...

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MDMK chief Vaiko denied entry in Malaysia over LTTE connect

MDMK chief Vaiko denied entry in Malaysia over LTTE connect

When he landed at the Kuala Lumpur Airport, he was informed about the ban on his entry into Malaysia and he was taken to immigration officials. He is expected to reach hereby 10.45 pm. "Still, the a...

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Hamas 'shocked' by Saudi comments on Qatar

Hamas 'shocked' by Saudi comments on Qatar

Hamas rules the Gaza Strip while its rival Fatah controls the West Bank . One potential fallout is a sharp cut in Qatari funding for Hamas, especially if the emirate wants to show the Saudis and oth...

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Trump feels 'totally vindicated' by Comey testimony, attorney says

Comey's statement continues: "I replied, 'You will always get honesty from me.' He paused and then said: 'That's what I want, honest loyalty .' I paused, and then said: 'You will get that from me....

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Northern Ireland's DUP to back PM May in forming govt

Theresa May has pledged to push ahead with the Brexit process despite failing to secure a majority in the general election. The Conservatives won 318 seats in the election, falling short of the 326...

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No-one has right to 'blockade' my country, says Qatar foreign minister

The four countries added that the list reveals Qatar's "support to different terrorist organisations". "This is in light of its commitment to fighting terrorism , drying up the sources of the fundi...

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Trump's pick for Federal Bureau of Investigation chief could face conflicts of interest

Comey's almost three-hour appearance Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee marked his first public comments about nine conversations he said he had with the president in the months befo...

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London Bridge attacker once appeared in TV doc

London Bridge attacker once appeared in TV doc

British police yesterday named the third London Bridge attacker as an Italian national of Moroccan descent, and Italian officials said they had passed on their concerns about him to British intell...

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SNP on course to win 50 seats at general election

Scotland must have a choice at the end of Brexit talks, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Tuesday. Sturgeon's party is the dominant party representing Scotland in the British parliament , wi...

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Wonder Woman 2 Might Already Be In The Works

Unfortunately, " Wonder Woman " does not have an end-credits scene. I for one would do a modern day Wonder Woman classic, adapt the graphic novel A League of One . The first movie hasn't even bee...

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United Kingdom vote a gamble that could complicate Brexit: Europe leaders

Analysts said the poll will still need to be confirmed by the official results, but they mostly said a hung parliament could see the pound fall further. But her campaign unraveled after a major po...

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House sends tribal casino bill to governor

House sends tribal casino bill to governor

The two nations proposed to build a joint casino off-reservation land in order to prevent job cuts and revenue loss when a $950-million casino resort is launched in Springfield, a MA city located not ...

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Islamic State claims responsibility for Melbourne seige

One police officer was shot in the neck and ear and two officers suffered wounds to their hands, but none of the wounds were life-threatening, Ashton said. Radio broadcaster Alan Jones has slammed len...

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SNP plans for second independence referendum suffers major setback

Nicola Sturgeon , the SNP leader and head of Scotland's semi-autonomous government, said during the campaign that a win is a win and she would retain her mandate for a vote on independence once the te...

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Sadiq Khan: Cancel Donald Trump's United Kingdom visit

But Trump's sons defended their father's tweets targeting Khan. In the aftermath of the attack last weekend in London, Trump targeted Khan, tweeting on Sunday: "At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in t...

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'Lordy, I Hope There Are Tapes': Highlights Of James Comey's Testimony

Former FBI Director James Comey went to Capitol Hill Thursday with an explosive tale of political impropriety: How President Donald Trump tried to influence the FBI's Russian Federation investig...

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Backed Syrian Force Launches Offensive on ISIS-Held Raqqa

Defeating IS in Raqqa would "deliver a decisive blow to the idea of ISIS as a physical caliphate", coalition commander Lieutenant General Steve Townsend said. As the SDF began to push into distric...

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Mandsaur violence: MP CM to observe indefinite fast, talk to agitating farmers

Mandsaur violence: MP CM to observe indefinite fast, talk to agitating farmers

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and other senior MP based party leaders were arrested and placed under preventive custody on Thursday, 50 km from the protest hit Pipliamandi area of Mandsaur d...

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Mayors of Pittsburgh and Paris Say They Have Their Own Climate Deal

The mayor of the City of Allentown and presidents of Lehigh University and Moravian College have joined the growing list of leaders across the country who are promising to uphold the landmark climat...

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United Kingdom election: Hung Parliament as Theresa May fails to gain majority

With more than two-thirds of the seats counted, the results appeared to be generally bearing out an exit poll that predicted the Conservatives would get 314 of the 650 seats in Parliament, down from...

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Alleged Russian hack reveals a deeply flawed election system

The NSA document in question provided technical details on what it said were Russian attempts to hack election officials in the United States and a voting-machine firm before the US presidential elect...

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House Republicans Pass 'Choice' Act, Block Fiduciary Rule

The GOP proposal would also bar the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. from overseeing the so-called living will process, which requires banks to write up plans on how they would safely be unwound in the...

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Disgruntled former employee kills 5 at Orlando workplace

Disgruntled former employee kills 5 at Orlando workplace

The Orlando incident was the deadliest single act of workplace violence since the San Bernardino, California attack in December 2015 that left 14 dead, according to Kathleen Bonczyk, a researcher wh...

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The Weekend Chat: E3 2017 Edition

This is because Microsoft head honcho, Phil Spencer , has revealed that this year the conference will run longer than usual. Now, Microsoft has responded. Additionally, the total amount of time ...

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Police increase patrols in Tehran after Iran attacks

President Nazarbayev extended his deepest condolences to the Iranian leader, families and loved ones of those who died in the terror attacks on his own behalf and on behalf of the people of Kazakhstan...

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Trump's lawyer accuses Comey of illegal leaks

He told the Senate panel he took meticulous notes of each meeting or conversation he had with Trump because "I was honestly concerned that he might lie about the nature of our meeting, and so I though...

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Russia denies hacking Qatar's state news agency

Responding to questions from lawmakers on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour said he expected Gulf Arab states to overcome the crisis given the "strong relations and blood ties" between them...

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Leo Varadkar Was Just Voted Prime Minister of Ireland

His election marks another chapter in the social change that has swept through the country of 4.6 million people that only decriminalised homosexuality in 1993 but became the first country to adopt ga...

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Korea test-fires cruise missiles

Korea test-fires cruise missiles

All five permanent members of the Security Council have said that no major new sanctions will be imposed as a result of the continuous testing of missiles; a Security Council diplomat said today that ...

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Hawaii Passes Law Committing to Paris Climate Agreement

Hawaii Passes Law Committing to Paris Climate Agreement

In Trump's inauguration speech, he declared, "From this day forward, it's going to be only America first". He is also flying in the face of the agendas of many Americans . Former New York City Mayo...

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SC Stays Govt Order Of Linking Aadhaar Card With PAN

SC Stays Govt Order Of Linking Aadhaar Card With PAN

But it also said the government can not force anyone without Aadhaar to get it for filing tax returns, until a constitution bench of the Supreme Court fully examines questions of privacy regar...

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Angus Robertson is the biggest casualty in SNP slump

The party made huge gains across Scotland in the 2015 General Election , all but wiping out Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats north of the border; each party retained only one sea...

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Intel Officials Won't Publicly Testify On Private Trump Talks

Intel Officials Won't Publicly Testify On Private Trump Talks

The underlying question here, put out in a newspaper report , as often happens before someone testifies before Congress , was a suggestion that President Trump himself had asked Dan Coats to h...

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Eighth person killed in London attack found in Thames river

Detectives from London police's counterterrorism command raided properties in east London on Thursday, detaining three people on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of terror...

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