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Indiana dad accidentally shoots 9-year-old daughter to death

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Police spokesman Lt. James Gonzales says the girl's brothers told officers they were in a room with their father and sister when a gun discharged as he was showing them the firearm. The father has been taken into custody for questioning and remains jailed on Monday at the Lake County Jail in Crown Point, about 40km south-east of Chicago. Read More »

(CI) EVP Nicole S. Jones Sells 20312 Shares

Bank of Nova Scotia now owns 58,873 shares of the health services provider's stock worth $8,624,000 after buying an additional 53,124 shares during the period. The original version of this story can be read at https://www.themarketsdaily.com/2017/06/12/concert-wealth-management-inc-has-688000-stake-in-cigna-corporation-ci.html. Read More »

DUP leader says talks with Conservatives 'positive'

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But Anna Soubry, a Conservative member of parliament who campaigned ahead of last year's referendum for Britain to stay in the European Union, disagreed. The two sides are looking to form a " confidence and supply " arrangement. First, by persuading the Tories that it will be a reliable partner in the division lobby, both by expressing confidence in the government (the vote on the Queen's Speech is the first opportunity to do so) and endorsing its budgetary/supply proposals. Read More »

British PM under fresh pressure as top aides quit

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Mr Corbyn, who has faced opposition from within his party since becoming leader in 2015, said he believed Labour was now more united. " Theresa May is a dead woman walking ". In a TV interview, she said: As I reflect on the result, I will reflect on what we need to do in the future to take the party forward. She had called the vote three years earlier than required by law, with the aim of sweeping an even greater majority for her party before Brexit talks in nine days to take the ... Read More »

British Writer Eats His Book On Live TV Show

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I do not believe that Labour, under Jeremy Corbyn , will poll 38%. The professor and fellow at Chatham House had released the book titled "Brexit: Why Britain Voted To Leave The European Union". What I'm going to do is just sit here and eat this book while you guys carry on". "It's pretty hard, there are a lot of chemicals, but I have to finish it all", said Matthew Goodwin . Read More »

Moscow protest location changed, raising fear of arrests

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Navalny was given permission to hold the rally at another location but said he had moved it after authorities tried to "humiliate" protesters. Alexei Borsenko, a Vladivostok demonstrator who eluded a police attempt to detain him, cited Iceland's prime minister stepping down in the fallout from the "Panama Papers" scandal, while "our prime minister is caught on such big corruption cases and he doesn't go anywhere". Read More »

Procédures lancées contre Trump pour des revenus provenant de l'étranger — USA

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Pour les personnes à l'initiative de cette action judiciaire, le président Trump est coupable de conflits d'intérêt permanents, en n'ayant pas pris suffisamment de distance avec son groupe économique géré par ses fils. Par ailleurs, l'ouverture en 2016 d'un hôtel par Donald Trump tout proche de la Maison-Blanche figure parmi les éléments déterminants de cette affaire. Read More »

Maryland, DC plan lawsuit against Trump

They also claim that he has not fully distanced himself from the Trump Organization, which he has put under the control of his sons Eric and Donald Jr. The clause prohibits the president and other government employees from accepting foreign gifts and payments without congressional approval. But really, this is a Democratic-fueled ploy to gain access to Trump's private tax filings - couched in concern for the "right [s] of Marylanders [and] residents of the District of Columbia" and in ... Read More »

Arrested After "Suspicious Conversation" On Flight

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The spokesman said the flight was diverted to Cologne-Bonn airport around 6:30 p.m. local time (12:30 p.m. ET) after passengers told staff that three men on board were talking about terrorism. One passenger told BBC News that fliers were quarantined for about nine hours. The suspects were taken to the police department for interrogation, while testimony interviews were conducted with passengers on board the flight. Read More »

Ministers tipped to push PM for soft Brexit after reshuffle

Ministers are tipped to push for a soft Brexit in their first meeting with the Prime Minister, follow a weekend cabinet reshuffle . Arch reformer Mr Gove was responsible for a number of policy U-turns after replacing Chris Grayling as justice secretary in May 2015. Read More »

Qatar Begins Shipping via Oman to Bypass Food Blockade

Amnesty also pointed out that Bahrain , Saudi Arabia and the UAE had warned of harsh punishments, including up to 15 years in jail, "if they dare to criticise these measures" against Qatar . UAE foreign affairs minister Anwar Gargash said on Twitter at the weekend that Qatar should be focused on addressing the concerns of its Arab siblings, not turning to its "allies" Turkey and Iran. Read More »

Eric Trump says Washington Democrats "are not even people"

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NEW YORK (AP) — Eric Trump says critics of his father are "not even people". "He was like 'We're donating all of this stuff, and there's no paper trail?" No credit?' And he went nuts. "When asked for an itemized list of expenses, the Eric Trump Foundation declined to respond", reports Forbes . According to Forbes' sources, directly. Read More »

Mays election gamble backfires as voters throw a surprise

May, who became prime minister a year ago after Britons voted to leave the European Union , has tried to build a warm relationship with Trump. "So I can't see them holding together". I know that might get an audible gasp from all those that were dreaming of a halcyon leftist Corbyn-led Labour government taking the reins of power from Theresa May , or those that had been led to believe by the polls that this election merely served to reinforce the Tory hold. Read More »

Gulf crisis: PM Nawaz, COAS Bajwa leave for Saudi Arabia

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The Qatari capital Doha has regularly been used by teams from nations incapable of playing games on home soil due to adverse security situations or as a result of diplomatic rows with other countries in the region. Khanji said that the first container ship loaded down with cargo arrived at Doha's Hamad Port from Oman's port of Sohar on Saturday, noting that these two routes will contribute in enhancing the import of food commodities. Read More »

Brexit minister Davis says United Kingdom could still walk away with no deal

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Byrne raised concerns over the effects this could have on the talks between different Northern Irish parties with the British government a new player in the mix. "We want to do what is right for the whole of the United Kingdom". Fallon told the BBC the government wanted a "new partnership with Europe that is careful about the trade we already do with Europe, that comes to some agreement on the immigration that we can accept from Europe". Read More »

Senior Cabinet minister offer support to United Kingdom prime minister

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A senior Conservative lawmaker was in Belfast on Saturday for talks with the DUP, a spokeswoman for May's office said. The outcome shocked the party, which had expected a big victory. "No-one wants to see a hard Brexit" she said earlier, referring to a hard border with the Republic of Ireland. "I want to place on record my sorrow for the Conservative Members of Parliament who lost their seats, several of whom are close friends". Read More »

British PM Theresa May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback

May is seeking a deal with a small Northern Irish party to stay in power after she gambled away a parliamentary majority in an election she did not need to call. May tried to reassert her shattered authority over the weekend by announcing her new cabinet - with no moves among her top team. "We are very firmly proceeding on the basis as we have been on the timeline for the Queen's Speech, on getting it finalised, on making it happen and getting on with the job of running the government". Read More »

Merkel ready for Brexit talks, assumes United Kingdom sticking to its plan

Brexit Secretary David Davis said British Prime Minister Theresa May was not sobbing over last week's failed election gamble when he met her after the vote, Davis said on Monday. Congratulations @theresa_may . Our responsibility now is to secure least disruptive #Brexit . "She is fine, she is getting on the with the job", Davis said when asked how May was. Read More »

Sessions to appear before US Senate intelligence committee

Comey's testimony raised questions about Sessions' engagements with Russian Federation and his involvement in Comey's firing despite Sessions' recusal from the Russian Federation investigation, which Comey was leading. Pressed on the attorney general's "interactions with the Russians or his behavior with regard to the investigation", Comey said Sessions "was very close to and inevitably going to recuse himself for a variety of reasons". Read More »

Vote Puts Diminished UK Leader in Brexit Talks

Mrs Merkel, who is meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto to discuss trade, told reporters gathered in Mexico City on Friday: "I assume that Britain, from what I heard from the prime minister today, wants to stick to its negotiating plan". Read More »