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Iran sends naval fleet to Oman, Indian Ocean, Gulf of Aden


Flotilla will head to Oman before starting mission in global waters near Yemen, the country's navy says. The naval fleet, comprised of Alborz destroyer and Bushehr logistic warship, will start its voyage on Sunday after a ceremony in Bandar Abbas to be attended by Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari and some other Navy officials. Lire la suite »

Theresa May to meet with backbench Tory MPs after election fallout

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has denied plotting to topple Prime Minister Theresa May , who has been weakened by the Conservative Party's disastrous election result. The Prime Minister was doing her utmost to signal that it was business as usual, announcing that she would be heading off to Paris on Tuesday for talks with French president Emmanuel Macron. Lire la suite »

Wonder Woman #1 For Second Week At Box Office

The boycott follows similar measures taken by both Lebanon and Tunisia due to Gadot's starring role. The head of Israel's Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT), the defense ministry body which oversees civilian affairs in the Palestinian territories, slammed the measure as showing "weakness and fear". Lire la suite »

Pro basketball: High-wire Cavs still alive

We just kept our composure. "And then all of a sudden you get slapped in the face". And LeBron James , in a feat of pride, would not get swept in the Finals again, and not by his greatest foe. By that logic, Green thinks Kerr isn't very sharp either, which isn't a very nice thing to say about your coach. "The job is still far from over", Irving said. Lire la suite »

Plane diverted over 'suspicious conversation'


Another one of the men had a backpack full of chargers and adapters that police detonated in case of danger. German police have said they found no explosives on a London-bound easyJet plane that was diverted amid passenger's fears over a conversation with "terrorist content". Lire la suite »

Several arrests made at anti-Shariah rallies


But the nation's largest Muslim American group, CAIR, said the march is really to promote hate. Police continued to monitor the two groups after the main protests ended and as the groups moved to the Occidental Park area. As Muslims make up less than 1 percent of the United States population, the idea that Sharia law could become commonplace may seem odd. CAIR, along with 75 other community groups, will stage a counter protest against Act for America. Lire la suite »

Police investigating unexplained death of teenage Glasgow girl


News understands that the girl is being named locally as Zoe Bremner. Police said a boy and a girl, both aged 15, also fell ill and they are being treated at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. Their medical condition is not now known. "A police investigation into the death and the illnesses is now ongoing". A TEEN girl has been remembered as "one in a million" after her life was tragically cut short - with police now investigating her sudden death. Lire la suite »

Sanders congratulates UK's Corbyn on election results


Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Thursday congratulated Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and the British people for "rising up against austerity and massive levels of income and wealth inequality". It projected 34 for the Scottish National Party and 14 for the Liberal Democrats. Instead of heading to the Conservative party, many Brexit supporters turned instead to Labour, attracted by the pledge to renationalise the railways, mail and some energy providers, the Labour source said. Lire la suite »

Hotlines seen as Gulf bid to ease humanitarian impact

The crisis is a major diplomatic test for the United States, which is a close ally of countries on both sides but has given mixed signals on whether to isolate Qatar or bring it into talks with other Gulf countries. Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Hamad Al-Sabah said his country would not abandon mediation efforts until the impasse was resolved, the state-run KUNA news agency reported. Lire la suite »

Trump's lawyer 'not going to speculate' on special counsel's future


Susan Collins (R-Maine). Comey has made clear that he vetted his testimony with Mueller and his aides to avoid revealing information that might compromise the special counsel's pursuit of possible criminal wrongdoing. As to whether Trump could ever fire Mueller , that would be an issue the president would discuss with his advisers, Sekulow said. Trump's team has used this admission to try and color Comey and suggest he's an unreliable witness, even though he testified under ... Lire la suite »

Major fire at Halifax apartment building forces 19 people from their homes


A disaster team from the Canadian Red Cross has arranged emergency lodging for seven adults who lived in the 12-unit complex at 3675 Windsor St., the Red Cross said in a news release. for those displaced that still need a place to stay. Approximately a half dozen units in the apartment building are said to have fire and water damage along with a significant number of units that have smoke damage. Lire la suite »

Qatar crisis issue may turn to global problem: Turkish PM

Emirati officials also shut down the airline's offices in the UAE on Wednesday. Anwar Gargash, the United Arab Emirates' minister of state for foreign affairs, retweeted the Kuwaiti remarks from France 24, and then added in a separate message: "Is this the beginning in which wisdom and reason prevail?" He said Qatar as an independent nation also had the right to support groups like the Muslim Brotherhood , despite its neighbors outlawing the Sunni Islamist group. Lire la suite »

Penguins win 2nd straight Stanley Cup, eliminate Predators in Game 6

Maybe nothing more than coincidence, said Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan. In the third period, both he and Filip Forsberg had shots ring off the post. The Predators actually put a puck behind Murray early in the period, thanks to Colton Sissons - alas, it was discounted because referee Kevin Pollock had blown the play dead with a quick whistle , assuming Murray had the puck when in fact it was behind him . Lire la suite »

Here Is An iPhone 8 Running iOS 11 [CONCEPT]


Further, the fingerprint scanner is missing thus it could mean that the Touch ID will be embedded underneath the display. Coming to the pricing details, the iPhone 8 is expected to cost more than $1000 (Rs. On the back, of the iPhone 8 is seen carrying a vertically aligned dual-camera setup that would apparently house AR capabilities. The home button is said to be integrated into the display itself, and the only visible signs of a bezel are seen up-top where the iPhone's front camera, ... Lire la suite »

Kathy Griffin Apologizes For 'Disturbing' Depiction Of Trump's Head


Responding to a comment that "it's also "art", it doesn't hurt anyone", Clinton said of Griffin and her gory photo: "I can both respect her right to freedom of speech, which I do, and think it's not amusing and not ok". Franken said he still plans to appear with Griffin in July as part of a promotion tour for his new book. Despite the apology, Ms. Griffin's endorsement deal with Squatty Potty (a little stool that sits under your toilet that you put your feet on while you poop) might be in ... Lire la suite »

London Bridge attacker known to security services as two terrorists named

The attack left seven people dead and dozens wounded before police shot dead the three attackers, who wore fake suicide vests. "I have a clear message to those who perpetrate terrorism: you are against the very core teaching of Islam and of our Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him", said the chairman of East London Mosque and London Muslim Center, Muhammad Habibur-Rahman. Lire la suite »

Authorities: Off-duty border agent found assaulted near road


According to a release sent by Customs and Border Protections office, the agent who is assigned to the Deming, NM Border Patrol Station was discovered by a motorists around 11 p.m. Customs and Border Protection. The release said the agent suffered "multiple, serious injuries" to his head, chest and hands. The CBP statement avoided any mention of kidnapping, as withholding politically-inconvenient information from the public is customary for CBP. Lire la suite »

Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins: 'Jeremy Corbyn CAN become Prime Minister'


Downing Street has been described as an "omnishambles" after being forced to retract a statement claiming Theresa May had struck a confidence and supply deal with the the Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ). The Prime Minister has insisted the Brexit talks will proceed as planned despite the Conservatives losing their majority. Her weakened position in the party rules out big changes, and May's office has said that the most senior Cabinet members - including Treasury chief Philip ... Lire la suite »

Liverpool ready to offer £40m to Arsenal for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain


That is according to The Express , who say Jurgen Klopp is keen on securing the services of the Englishman who is set to enter the final 12 months of his Gunners contract. Reports have claimed that Klopp will tell the 23-year-old he can play in his preferred position and that could lead to Oxlade-Chamberlain pushing for a move if the two clubs can agree on a fee. Lire la suite »

Gulf states mull humanitarian aid to mixed Qatari families

Earlier, Kuwait had said that Qatar is willing to hold a dialogue with Gulf Arab countries that cut ties with it and was ready to listen to their concerns. "Every day we will export 100 tonnes of fruits and vegetables to Qatar", Ali Hemmati said. Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Hamad Al-Sabah said his country would not abandon mediation efforts until the impasse was resolved, the state-run KUNA news agency reported. Lire la suite »

Unwanted by Chelsea, Diego Costa shines with Spain


I am still waiting for the club's decision". Costa insisted Spain knew they were in for a hard match against Macedonia on Sunday, with David Silva also on target as the visitors moved into a two-goal lead before Stefan Ristovski's second-half strike for the hosts threatened a comeback. Lire la suite »

Powerball winner sold at California retailer


Saturday's jackpot is the seventh largest jackpot in Powerball history, according to California Lottery . The winning numbers were 20, 26, 32, 38 and 58. The victor has a year to come forward and claim the prize, and can choose to cash in a prize of $279.1 million or to receive the full amount in installments over 29 years. Lire la suite »

Jeremy Corbyn warns Theresa May must protect LGBT rights

May said that he would bring "considerable experience" to the post. "The talks so far have been positive". Earlier, Downing Street had said a preliminary agreement had already been secured. That day, Queen Elizabeth II will appear before Parliament and give a speech setting out the new government's agenda. Corbyn said another national election might be needed to break the deadlock. Lire la suite »

Iran's Khamenei says attacks to increase hatred toward US, Saudi TV

Seventeen people were killed when four armed assailants attacked the country's parliament while a suicide bomber blew himself up at the Imam Khomeini Mausoleum. It suggested there were only five attackers rather than the six originally reported. The ISIS media wing, Amaq, claimed "fighters with the Islamic State" carried out the assault. Lire la suite »