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Man detained near Palace of Westminster in London

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He added: 'He had his fists clenched and looked angry, he was staring at me and my friend - I said to my mate he looked quite suspicious. "We got seconds down the road and they had him on the floor, pinned". Metal barriers were put up in front of the Houses of Parliament to stop the public from walking on the pavement outside the building. As per the latest reports , Traffic is flowing normally around Parliament and armed officers are patrolling the area. Read More »

Duncan's name on list found on shooter's body

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Clair County Illinois Sheriff's Department via AP). Euille said he referred him to the City of Alexandria's website because local governments often hire inspectors. Before James Hodgkinson left his home in Belleville, Ill., in March, he sold almost everything he owned from his businesses. Duncan had said that before he left the practice he was approached by a man he later believed to be Hodgkinson who had asked whether Republicans or Democrats were on the baseball field. Read More »

Kenneth Starr: Firing Mueller would be an insult to the Founding Fathers

But the White House has now admitted there were no tapes of their conversations after all. Jeannie Rhee, a former deputy attorney general, and Aaron Zebley, Mr Mueller's chief of staff when he was Federal Bureau of Investigation director, help round out the special counsel team that has taken up residence in a Justice Department office building in downtown Washington . Read More »

Rout by Macron's party expected in French parliament vote

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Pollsters say that after routing traditional parties in last week's first-round vote, Macron's Republic on the Move! party could win up to 450 seats Sunday in the 577-seat National Assembly, the powerful lower chamber. The firebrand and influential leader of new far-left party La France insoumise (France Unbowed), Jean-Luc Melenchon, is also seeking a seat from the southern port of Marseille. Read More »

North Korea threatens to turn the American continent into ashes

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Targeted sanctions against North Korea were expanded by the U.N. Security Council on Friday following the Hermit Kingdom's continued testing of ballistic missiles. "It is a fatal miscalculation if the countries ... would even think that they can delay or hold in check the eye-opening development of the [North's] nuclear forces even for a moment", the spokesman said. Read More »

Ruddy: Trump's Considering Whether to Fire Mueller

Mr Trump is yet to comment publicly on the matter and White House spokesman Sean Spicer has told Washington media Mr Mueller's sacking is unlikely. "I think that he should be more cognizant of making sure that the people who come to work with him are non-partisan, for his own credibility", Bennett said of Mueller. Read More »

Regain de tension, l'UA appelle au calme — Djibouti-Erythrée

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Il s'agit de quelque 450 soldats que le Qatar a stationné en position de tampon le long de ce bout de territoire, appelé Doumeira, que les deux pays se disputent la souveraineté, et surtout après l'affrontement armé de 2008 entre Asmara et Djibouti et la décision du Qatar de trouver un issue politique à ce différend frontalier qui oppose ces deux pays. Read More »

India Inc prepared for GST rollout from July 1: CII

The Narendra Modi government is keen to ensure a seamless transition to GST, which is expected to shore up state and federal tax revenues, cool inflation and accelerate economic growth by 1-2 percentage points in the medium term. Addressing the 17th GST Council meeting at Vigyan Bhawan, Jaitley said that hotel rooms costing Rs 2,000-Rs 7,500 will be taxed at 18 per cent while those above Rs 7,500 will attract levy of 28 per cent. Read More »

Foster: Deal with Sinn Fein 'very much doable'

Despite the uncertainty over her ability to govern, Mrs May said Brexit negotiations would begin as planned on Monday. May had called the vote early in hopes of strengthening her majority going into talks on exiting the European Union . Read More »

Hawaii Passes Law Committing to Paris Climate Agreement

Ige also signed a bill on Tuesday requiring state officials to plan a response to climate change that aligns the state with the standards and goals of the Paris pact, according to Scott Glenn, an environmental adviser to the governor . The other creates a task force charged with cutting carbon emissions in the agricultural sector. Almost two years ago, University of Minnesota faculty and staff travelled to Paris to watch world leaders broker the Paris Climate Agreement. Read More »

G7 Italy summit ends without U.S. pledge on Paris climate pact

In fact, the day after the president's announcement , a total of 1,219 governors, mayors, businesses, investors, and colleges and universities signed on to what is in fact an "America First" climate pledge to see that the USA "remains a global leader in reducing carbon emissions". Read More »

Toll rises to seven in Meghalaya landslide

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Suspecting more peoples have trapped under mud. According to officials, the deceased are Laba Mahanta, Bobi Mahanta and Shanti Lama. While two women have remained missing, ten of the injured who were rescued from the landslide site have been shifted to different hospitals in Shillong , about 15 kms away. Read More »

L'affaire Grégory relancée, l'énigme pas résolue

Jacqueline Jacob, 85 ans, tante de Jean-Marie Villemin, père de l'enfant assassiné, a quitté le Palais de justice de Dijon escortée par plusieurs gendarmes avant de monter dans un véhicule, a constaté un journaliste de l'AFP. "Je ne peux pas vous promettre que nous allons déboucher, ce que je peux dire, c'est que nous avons avancé significativement" dans l'enquête, a déclaré le colonel Dominique Lambert, commandant de la Section de recherches de la gendarmerie de Dijon qui dirige l'enquête. Read More »

Queen Elizabeth's birthday message captures UK's solemn national mood

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The queen met locals on her way into the Westway Sports Centre which has been turned into a makeshift shelter after the blaze on Wednesday morning engulfed a 24-storey tower block and killed at least 30 people . "In recent months, the country has witnessed a succession of awful tragedies ", Her Majesty said. "I have been profoundly struck by the immediate inclination of people throughout the country to offer comfort and support to those in desperate need". Read More »

The T-Mobile US, Inc. (TMUS) Receives $67.34 Consensus PT from Brokerages

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T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ:TMUS) saw unusually large options trading on Tuesday. If the $1.06 price target is reached, the company will be worth $924,800 less. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION WARNING: This story was first reported by The Cerbat Gem and is the property of of The Cerbat Gem. If you are viewing this piece on another site, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of US & worldwide copyright law. Read More »

Gunman launched into Trump tirade before congressional shooting

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The Associated Press reports that shooter James Hodgkinson took his auto to a mechanic one day before the shooting . "[James] was home all day long and he just wanted a break", she said. "I was a little shocked out of all the cities in the United States it would be a little Midwest town like this", said Claire Hatch, a lifelong resident. Read More »

UK PM admits failings after tower fire

They left him". The venue has been a focal point for efforts to support those affected by the fire which engulfed the apartment tower in a matter of minutes. May has announced a public inquiry into the disaster. Grenfell Tower residents had complained for years to the management organization - and to the borough council - that they feared that their building was unsafe. Read More »

United Kingdom minister says Britain will leave EU customs union after Brexit

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While British Prime Minister Theresa May insists she will follow the results of last year's Brexit referendum, her disastrous showing in elections last week has raised fresh questions about how - and if - Britain will leave the bloc. "But like in Alice in Wonderland, not all the doors are the same", he added. Guy Verhofstadt, the European parliament's chief Brexit negotiator, warned on Tuesday that "the current uncertainty can not continue" and on Wednesday issued five "pressing ... Read More »

À 4 ans, elle passe la nuit seule à la belle étoile — Carpentras

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Sa famille, elle, était très inquiète depuis la veille. La nuit est tombée. Les sapeurs-pompiers et gendarmes de Carpentras étaient assistés d'une équipe cinéphile et d'un hélicoptère équipé d'une caméra thermique. L'enfant se trouve en vacances pour un mois chez ses grands-parents. Au petit matin, la fillette était toujours disparue. On imagine le soulagement de tous. Read More »

Special Counsel Robert Mueller Investigating Jared Kushner's Finances

The Washington Post reported Mueller's probe into Kushner's financial transactions Thursday. Trump advisers and confidants describe the president as increasingly angry over the investigation, yelling at TV sets in the White House carrying coverage and insisting he is the target of a conspiracy to discredit - and potentially end - his presidency. Read More »

Afghan soldier attacks foreign troops, wounding at least four US soldiers

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At the same time, the USA military command in Kabul confirmed the information and said that it happened at camp Shaheen in Mazar-I-Sharif, where is the 209 corps of the army. "The incident is now under investigation", the statement said, adding that "More information will be provided as it becomes available". It is learned the Afghan soldier fired three rocket-propelled grenades and later continued with two M4 carbines. Read More »

Putin warns new sanctions will complicate ties between Russia and US

A measure codifying into law the United States sanctions against Russian Federation was approved in the Senate by a veto-proof majority of 97 to 2. The discussions gathered steam late last month after Sen. Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker of Tennessee had initially been hesitant to take it up, as the administration had expressed a hope it could improve relations with Moscow. Read More »

Korean man crosses border to defect to S. Korea

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He was spotted at the northern part of the mouth of the Han River in Gimpo, just west of Seoul, according to Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS). He reportedly screamed, "Don't kill me". It is surrounded by barbed wire, landmines and military guards on both sides. South Korea remains a desired haven for many, however, particularly given that Pyongyang faces increasing economic pressure due to global sanctions aimed at ending its nuclear weapon ambitions. Read More »