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Theresa May to 'reflect' after losing majority in Parliament

While May has officially announced plans to form a government, it does not yet mean she will be our next Prime Minister. According to the BBC , the hung parliament would be a humiliation for Prime Minister May, who chose to call Thursday's snap general election to try to strengthen her hand in talks with the European Union over Britain's exit from the 27-nation bloc. Read More »

Comey: I kept records on Trump because I thought he might 'lie'


Washington , Jun 9 The US Justice Department has said Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the probe into Russia's attempt to influence the 2016 election only because of his involvement in Donald Trump's campaign. "We also were aware of facts that I can't discuss in an open setting that would make his continued engagement in a Russia-related investigation problematic", Comey said . Read More »

Erdogan critique les sanctions contre le Qatar, veut "développer" les relations


L'Arabie saoudite et cinq de ses alliés, dont l'Egypte, ont rompu lundi avec le Qatar , accusé de soutenir le " terrorisme ", provoquant une crise diplomatique majeure au Moyen-Orient. Selon des sources présidentielles, M. Erdogan a eu des entretiens téléphoniques avec plusieurs dirigeants étrangers , dont le président russe Vladimir Poutine, le président français Emmanuel Macron, le roi Abdallah II de Jordanie et le Premier ministre libanais Saad Hariri. Read More »

Accused leaker Reality Winner is scared after arrest, mom says

The parents of 25-year-old Reality Winner fear prosecutors will use the case to send a tough message from the Trump administration. Before she was charged with leaking USA government secrets to a reporter, Reality Leigh Winner shared sometimes scathing opinions on President Donald Trump and his policies for the whole world to see. Read More »

Rucksack bomb made to kill largest number of innocents, Manchester inquest told

MANCHESTER suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated his rucksack bomb "just five yards from his nearest victim" in the terror attack which killed 22 people. Manchester police said Thursday that a 20-year-old man had been arrested in connection to the investigation of the concert attack. The hearings will be opened at Manchester Civil Justice Centre but are expected to be adjourned pending the completion of the police investigation. Read More »

Kathy Griffin and lawyer to discuss Trump photo fallout


Griffin also accused Mr Trump and his family of trying to ruin her life, revealing she had faced death threats from supporters of the President over the photo. Jennings mocked Donald Jr.'s hunting trips: "I will kill as many white rhinos as it takes to prove my masculinity to Donald Trump Jr". President trump tweeting the image was upsetting his children, specifically his 11-year-old son Barron . Read More »

Indian police shoot five dead as farming protests escalate


Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said the farmers' agitation has turned "anarchic", and announced that he will sit on an indefinite fast for restoration of peace. The opposition Congress in Madhya Pradesh, which clearly sees the farm unrest as an opportunity to regain lost ground, was left embarrassed by two videos that appeared on Friday. Read More »

Iranian president calls US relations 'a curvy road'


Rouhani won another four-year term Friday in a vote that many saw as a referendum on his push for worldwide outreach that led to the nuclear deal, as well as a vote of confidence that his government will be able to help the country's sputtering economy. Read More »

India imposes security lockdown in Kashmir to stop protests

His funeral prayers (Fateha) have been scheduled on Sunday to ensure people's participation. Last year, almost 100 protesters were killed after Hizbul Mujahideen leader Burhan Wani was martyred triggering months of anti-India protests. Sabzar Ahmad Bhat was successor of prominent militant commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani, who was killed a year ago. Bhat was buried this morning at a graveyard in Ratsuna area of Tral where hundreds of people had gathered. Read More »

Pentagon missile defense program scores a win

The Ground-based Midcourse Defense ( GMD ) interceptor was sacked Tuesday from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. An rocket created to intercept an intercontinental ballistic missiles is launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Calif. Read More »

All 12 arrested after London Bridge attack released without charge

London police on Monday identified the alleged attackers as Khuram Shazad Butt , 27, a British citizen born in Pakistan, and Rachid Redouane , who claimed both Libyan and Moroccan nationality. London police killed three attackers. "We're calling for a restoration of police numbers, and there's a call being made for her to go, because of what she's done on the police numbers". Read More »

Amla and Tahir star in South Africa's victory over Sri Lanka


Du Plessis and Amla weren't going to miss out. Pradeep almost had another one soon when du Plessis skied a short ball to fine-leg, only for Malinga to miss the chance. Faf du Plessis , on six, skied an attempted hook off Nuwan Pradeep but Malinga failed to get a hand on the ball. Tharanga was handed the reins at The Oval on Saturday, with regular captain Angelo Mathews unavailable through injury, and top-scored for Sri Lanka with 57 as they made 203 in reply to the Proteas' 299-6. Read More »

Iran : Fusillades à Téhéran, au moins sept morts et plusieurs blessés

Il a accusé l'Arabie saoudite, rival régional de l'Iran , et les Etats-Unis, d'avoir "ordonné à leurs marionnettes" de mener ces attentats. Dans un communiqué séparé, les Gardiens de la révolution ont noté que les attentats avaient eu lieu après la rencontre du président américain Donald Trump "avec le chef d'un des gouvernements réactionnaires de la région qui a toujours soutenu les terroristes". Read More »

Haley Claims That Trump 'Believes the Climate Is Changing'

Iran faces particular challenges from climate change , having suffered years of worsening drought and dust storms, compounded by poor water resource management. "The rest of the world is moving forward", said Gore, who in July will release his second global warming documentary, "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power". Read More »

Intel chiefs won't say if Trump asked them to intervene in investigations


Rogers followed up, saying, "I likewise respond as the DNI (director of national intelligence) has". The events involving Coats show the president went further than just asking intelligence officials to deny publicly the existence of any evidence showing collusion during the 2016 election, as The Washington Post reported in May. Read More »

Beef row: BJP braces for more resignations in Garo Hills


The BJP on Tuesday played down the resignations of its district-level leaders, Barnard and Bachu Marak , ostensibly on the issue of beef, as being related to the general revamp of the party in Meghalaya , and not to the sidelining of these leaders. Read More »

Williamsburg speller eliminated in preliminary round of national spelling bee


More than 11 million youths competed in earlier spelling bees in all 50 US states, USA territories from Puerto Rico to Guam, and several nations, from Jamaica to Japan, contest officials said. Magnus and his entourage - mom and dad, Photine and Sushil, and 15-year-old sister, Elina - get to stick around to watch the finals, and then there's a party for all the participants. Read More »

Anti-Islam rallies set for weekend worry Muslim leaders


Sharia refers to Muslim religious law. Sharia is not a book of statutes or judicial precedent imposed by a government, he said. The rally is expected to start at 3 p.m. With the South Bay being home to a large Muslim population, some aren't surprised organizers would try to stage a march nearby, but they're choosing to stay positive. Read More »

You Are Now Free to Bare Your Boobs on This Maryland Beach


They are to let the topless woman continue about her topless business. The formal request came from Chelsea Covington, a national advocate for "topfreedom", which seeks to "normalize female bare-chestedness". You can now go tits-out on the beaches of Ocean City, Maryland. "It's really based on the particular situation and how it's presented", say police. Read More »