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Video shows police shooting London Bridge attackers

It comes after France said two of its citizens had died when three men drove a van into revellers before going on a stabbing spree in central London on Saturday night. The PM said she would make it easier to deport foreign terror suspects and "restrict the freedom and movements" of those that present a threat. In March 2016, Italian officers stopped Zaghba at Bologna airport and found IS-related materials on his mobile phone. Read More »

Trump Berates Qatar Over Alleged Terrorist Funding


The Arab states have also ordered Qataris out within 14 days. President Trump went from calling Qatar a "crucial strategic partner" to essentially labelling it a state sponsor of terrorism. A peninsular nation of 2.5 million people, Qatar has for years punched well above its weight in world affairs by parleying its vast gas wealth into influence across the region, irking many with its maverick stances and support for Islamists. Read More »

Explosions kill at least 6 at funeral in Kabul

More than a thousand people demonstrated Friday demanding more security in the capital following a powerful truck bomb attack in the city that killed 90 people and wounded more than 450. Alam Ezadyar is deputy speaker for the upper house of the country's parliament. At least four people died in the protests as demonstrators hurled stones and Afghan police fired bullets into the air in an attempt to disperse crowds. Read More »

USA urges Gulf states to ease blockade against Qatar


With supply chains disrupted and anxiety mounting about deepening economic turbulence, banks and firms in Gulf Arab states were trying to keep business links to Qatar open and avoid a costly firesale of assets. HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani on Thursday held via telephone conversations with Foreign Minister of Singapore Vivian Balakrishnan and Foreign Minister of Italy Angelino Alfano. Read More »

Poll shows Labour is now far more popular than the Tories


The Conservatives lost their House of Commons majority in Thursday's election and will not be able to govern without support from the DUP's 10 members of parliament. The Conservatives now plan to reach a so-called confidence and supply agreement with the DUP , which would involve it supporting a Conservative minority government on key votes in parliament but not forming a formal coalition . Read More »

Sen. Mark Warner calls alleged Trump pressure on Comey "unthinkable"

There's been no final decision, and the matter remains under discussion, according to the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private deliberations. Putin also told NBC that regardless of Trump's previous travel to Russian Federation as a businessman, he had had no relationship with him and had never met him. Read More »

Résultat des législatives à Nice : les premiers chiffres


Nice-Matin met en place ce dimanche un dispositif complet pour suivre l'évolution du scrutin dans les Alpes-Maritimes, circonscription par circonscription. Comme pour Facebook, il faut déjà venir nous suivre si ce n'est pas fait . Cela se confirme par les résultats du premier tour de l'élection présidentielle à Nice, où François Fillon était en tête avec 26,09% des voix, devant Marine Le Pen (25,28%) et Emmanuel Macron (20,52%). Read More »

Russia touts dialogue in addressing Qatar crisis


Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was scheduled to visit Ankara to discuss ways of resolving the Gulf crisis. Launching an extraordinary allegation against a key US military partner, Trump derided what he called Qatar's "extremist ideology in terms of funding" terrorist groups, an accusation Qatar has repeatedly and vehemently denied. Read More »

Législatives : Les Républicains dans le dur


Le président Les Républicains note "une abstention jamais vue, extrêmement préoccupante " lors de sa réaction peu de temps après les résultats du premier tour où La République en Marche d'Emmanuel Macron pourrait avoir une majorité écrasante à l'Assemblée nationale . Read More »

A relaxed and confident Corbyn sets out his path to power


May is struggling to reassert her leadership, having called an election three years early hoping to strengthen her hand going into Brexit negotiations - only to see the gamble backfire spectacularly. It was expected the parties would enter into an arrangement on a "confidence and supply" basis. With Theresa May under mounting internal pressure after her disastrous election result, yesterday the Government's chief whip flew to Belfast for talks with senior DUP figures in a bid to ... Read More »

Trump's lawyer to file complaint against Comey over memos

It's nothing new for Trump to accuse his political enemies of lying, but what makes this a particularly serious accusation is that Comey was under oath before Congress. The Justice Department denied that the alleged meeting ever took place. But, she said, he was wrong to leak his notes to the public and should have given that document to her panel. Read More »

Spain rescues 2 babies and 52 adults crossing Mediterranean


But since migrant smugglers usually cram about 130 migrants aboard, there are fears up to 52 people might be missing. Laura Lanuza, spokeswoman for Spain's Proactiva Open Arms, said that while two migrants perished in worldwide waters off the Libyan coast, the Spanish aid group and five other humanitarian organizations saved 1,058 migrants after intercepting several smugglers' boats. Read More »

President Trump Calls It a Travel Ban - Lawyers Call it Self-Sabotage

The ACLU, which frequently speaks out against Trump's travel ban in courts, said on Twitter that it may use Trump's tweets about the ban in its argument at the Supreme Court. Conway, who almost became a top Trump appointee at the Justice Department, later said that his criticism was a form of tough love for the president. Read More »

Technical Foul Confusion Just Part of NBA Finals Game 4 Tension

Although the Warriors went home for Game 5 last year, up 3-1, guard Stephen Curry won't compare their situation now to last year's. The public address announcer did announce the technical foul was on Green . There were seven technicals called in Game 4 between the two teams. If Pachulia is indeed suspended for Game 5, fellow veteran JaVale McGee would then see more action. Read More »

Man freed after 17 years in prison after lookalike found


A judge agreed and ordered Jones be released. Realizing that this could be the key to his exoneration, he contacted the Midwest Innocent Project - a non-profit organization that provides legal services to the wrongly-convicted - to help argue his case. Read More »

Finistère : Richard Ferrand en tête malgré les affaires


Arrivé en première position, le ministre de la Cohésion des territoires se qualifie pour le second tour et est en ballotage favorable. Selon l'hebdomadaire satirique, le ministre, ex-secrétaire général d'En Marche! et ministre du gouvernement d'Edouard Philippe, aurait favorisé la signature par les Mutuelles de Bretagne, dont il a été directeur général de 1993 à 2012, d'un bail immobilier au profit de sa compagne, Sandrine Doucen. Read More »

" "Cambadélis admet un " recul sans précédent du PS " — Législatives


Julien Dray a quant à lui estimé que le parti socialiste traversait "une crise politique profonde" et a appelé à "refonder l'identité socialiste", à l'issue du premier tour des élections législatives . Le premier secrétaire a, par ailleurs, annoncé que le PS ferait "barrage au Front national là où il peut l'emporter" par le désistement des candidats socialistes. Read More »

Iran sends five planes of food to Qatar amid Gulf crisis

With over eight million of its citizens living and working in the Gulf countries; India stated that it had "vital stakes" in peace and stability in the region and was monitoring the situation in the aftermath of the decision by Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Bahrain , Egypt and United Arab Emirates earlier this week to snap diplomatic relations with Qatar. Read More »

Vers une majorité absolue pour LREM, selon les premières estimations

Les Républicains et l'UDI pourraient obtenir entre 80 et 100 sièges, tandis que les socialistes ne feraient entrer qu'entre 30 et 40 députés au Palais Bourbon. Thomson Reuters shall not be liable for any errors or delays in content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon. Any copying, republication or redistribution of Reuters content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Thomson Reuters. Read More »

Trump on Comey 'leaks': 'Totally illegal? Very cowardly!'

Knowing full well former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey would be a favorite topic of the day's political interviews, Trump preemptively criticized him as "cowardly". In the end, a special counsel was appointed. James Comey testifies during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing Thursday. Daniel Richman, a criminal law professor at Columbia, later confirmed to reporters that he was the person Comey was referring to in his testimony. Read More »