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DUP rejected Tory coalition offer and opted for looser arrangement

Oettinger said the European Union "stands ready" for Brexit talks, "but the next few hours or days will indicate if the other negotiating party can even begin talks because without a government, there can be no negotiations."The British have spoken, they have voted , and have given the Conservative party a majority, albeit a simple majority, which is something of a surprise", French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told Europe 1 radio". Read More »

Theresa May to seek to form United Kingdom government


The Conservative Party fell eight seats short of a majority in Thursday's general election . The main opposition Labour Party surpassed expectations by winning 262. But the Protestant DUP was founded to defend Northern Ireland's place in Britain against demands by Catholic republicans for a united Ireland. May's office said Saturday principles of an agreement had been reached, but the two sides later clarified that they are still talking. Read More »

Apple revs up MacBook line, debuts 10.5 inch iPad Pro

Apple today also gave a sneak peek of the upcoming iMac Pro, which will ship at the end of the year with an 8-core Intel Xeon processor , with options going up to 18 cores. Apple made some major improvements to its iMac line , including new GPUs, new Kaby Lake processors , and a 4K screen on. Apple today revealed a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro . Read More »

No party should be castigated, says Daniel Kawczynski over DUP

Several Conservative lawmakers have warned she can not carry on indefinitely, after throwing away a 17-seat majority in the 650-seat House of Commons . "We want there to be a government". Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry told Sky News that the Labour party was "absolutely on our toes" to set up an alternative minority government if May's government falls apart, accusing the Conservative Prime Minister of "squatting in Downing Street". Read More »

Kosovo centre-right coalition set to win parliamentary vote


According to 91,00% of polling stations processed by CEC, the coalition of 13 Albanian parties- Democratic Party of Kosovo , Alliance for Kosovo Future, Initiative for Kosovo and 10 others has insured 34,60% of votes, Self-Determination Movement which ran exclusively has so far insured 26,75%, while the coalition of Kosovo's Democratic Movement and New Kosovo Alliance, including the candidates of the new political entity - Alternative and Movement for Justice has insured 25,81% of ... Read More »

US President Donald Trump declares 'total vindication' over 'leaker' James Comey

He accused the president of lying about him and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to justify firing him. Comey was unabashed about accusing Trump and his administration of telling "lies", and said he began the practice of immediately making notes after talking with the president because "I was honestly concerned that he might lie" about the conversations. Read More »

London Bridge terror investigation sees three men arrested in Ilford


French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday a third French victim has been identified among those killed in the stabbing and van attacks in London . " When my son wanted to go to Syria, in 2015, what he said, and I believe that, was that he didn't want to go for fighting but to live in an Islamic country, to work and make a family ", Collina says. Read More »

ESET researchers discover sophisticated and risky malware


They said they did not know who was behind the December Ukraine cyber attack. ESET researchers have been analyzing samples of risky malware (detected by ESET as Win32/Industroyer, and named "Industroyer") capable of performing an attack on power supply infrastructure. Read More »

Battle for Raqqa: US-backed forces launch offensive against Islamic State stronghold


A similar fight against the Islamic State in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul had led to months of intense urban combat. Talal Sillo, a spokesman for the Kurdish-led SDF said Tuesday that the "great battle" had begun. "The coalition was carrying out air strikes all night in preparation for the push", he said . In May, Kurdish fighters in the SDF wrested the city of Tabqa and a strategic dam there from ISIS. Read More »

Tories look to form government with support from DUP

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May saw her Conservative Party lose its parliamentary majority in yesterday's snap vote, just days before talks with the European Union (EU) on the Brexit vote were to begin, causing growing concern over potentially risky negotiations. Read More »

May brings back foe, aims to unite party before Brexit


A stream of senior lawmakers entered her office at 10 Downing St. on Sunday afternoon, to learn what roles they had been given in government. This is the biggest issue for our country for a generation and if the deal is going to be sustainable it needs cross-party support and a broad consensus behind it. Read More »

Fired chancellor slams May for fallout of election disaster

Meanwhile rumors swirled that the maverick Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was being lined up to mount a leadership bid as The Observer and The Sunday Telegraph reported that a Conservative rebellion was afoot. He acknowledged that the government would be unable to get numerous measures promised in its election platform through Parliament. She even resorted to giving her former adversary Michael Gove a role in her cabinet, after firing him past year. Read More »

MP farmers' stir : CM begins indefinite fast for peace


Families of five farmers who were killed in the police firing during the last week's protest in Mandsaur , had last night asked him to call off his fast. After protests became rough across the state post the firing, the Chief Minister began what came to be dubbed a "peace fast". Chouhan, who has survived three terms unscathed even with popular leader Uma Bharti's rebellion against him, is now having to fend off the hostility of Modi and Shah despite the opposition in shambles. Read More »

Brokenshire not keen on Stormont mediator move amid DUP deal criticism


The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP ) is the biggest party in the Northern Ireland Assembly and is now engaged in a negotiations after the collapse of the powersharing administration that runs the Northern Ireland Executive . It provides the basis for Northern Ireland's continued political progress and as the Government we remain firmly committed to this. "I think that remains absolutely the right way to approach this and let's not forget we only have until the 29th June, so let's ... Read More »

Presidential spokesman says Israel destroys any chance of peace

Israel later withdrew from Gaza but lay a siege to it. The war returned us to our land at whose heart is unified Jerusalem but above all, the Six Day War taught us a permanent lesson that is the headstone: "Israel will defend itself in the face of every enemy, and against a cluster of enemies". Read More »

Powerball Winning Ticket for $447M to Be Cashed on Monday?

Saturday's winning numbers were 20, 26, 32, 38 and 58 with a Powerball of 3. The victor has not come forward yet. Lottery officials said the earliest the ticket could be redeemed is 8 a.m. The earliest the victor could claim their prize was 8 a.m. Sunday; the victor will have one year from the draw date to come forward. This year started out tough for Alberre and his father because the father is suffering from pulmonary fibrosis lung disease. Read More »

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson urges soft Brexit


But she dismissed claims she will break the Scottish Tory party away rom the United Kingdom following the election. David Mundell has pledged to "forge a much more constructive relationship" with the Scottish Government as he was reappointed as Secretary of State for Scotland. Read More »

British PM May fights for survival

Reuters news service calculations based on partial election results showed that after the results of 633 seats had been declared, May's party was on 308 seats and so couldn't reach the 326 mark it would need to claim a majority in Britain's 650-seat Parliament. Read More »

Like It Or Not, Donald Trump Put Climate Change On The Map


Vowing to keep the United States on track to meet its emissions-cutting target even without the US government's. George Edgar, ambassador of the European Union to Cambodia, said the country is one of the most vulnerable to climate change , adding that the EU was spending millions of dollars on "targeted and ambitious" climate programs in the country. Read More »

Trump's credibility is primary Comey target

Former FBI director James Comey is sworn in before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, June 8, 2017. Trump had stayed unusually quiet on Thursday, refraining from weighing in on the testimony gripping the country both on Twitter and at several public appearances. Read More »