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US hackers could have framed Russia: Putin

Echoing remarks President Donald Trump made on the campaign trail, Putin also questioned the need for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Putin also said that India was facing a serious problem ...

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Modi meets UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres

After holding two hours of wide-ranging talks with Mr. Macron at the presidential Elysee Palace here, Mr. Modi said the Paris climate deal reflects "our duty towards protecting the mother Earth and ...

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May calls London attacks as potential act of terrorism

May calls London attacks as potential act of terrorism

Witnesses described people running into a bar to seek shelter. Police activity spread throughout the Borough Market area. Emergency services rushed to the scene following reports of a vehicle pl...

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France says North Korea's new test demands swift United Nations action

France says North Korea's new test demands swift United Nations action

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un said "with pride" that the Pukguksong-2 was a "very accurate" missile and a "successful strategic weapon", KCNA reported , adding he "approved the deployment of this w...

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Trump sees job gains in Paris exit. Trade wars could erase them

As President Donald Trump explained his rationale for withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement on Thursday, he cited research that seemed to suggest the global emissions cuts agreed to under t...

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Putin to Megyn Kelly: US Hackers Could Have Framed Russia

Putin found himself on the defensive Friday when asked by Kelly to explain his earlier claim that private "patriotic" hackers could have interfered in the 2016 US presidential election. "On June 15, 2...

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Axios: Trump pulling U.S. out of Paris climate deal

Axios: Trump pulling U.S. out of Paris climate deal

A formal withdrawal would take years, experts say, a situation that led the president of the European Commission to speak dismissively of Trump on Wednesday. That's important because Trump says he'll ...

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NATO France, Germany 'certain' Trump would honour pledges

The relationship between US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel is "fairly unbelievable", the White House has said . " You're going to find out very soon", he said. Gabr...

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The Paris climate decision is Trumpism in its purest form

Patterson's story was recently told by Lucas Reilly, in an article for the news website Mental Floss , days before US President Donald Trump pulled out of a global pact to fight climate change ....

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Vehicle hits pedestrians on London Bridge, some said to be hurt

Vehicle hits pedestrians on London Bridge, some said to be hurt

There was no immediate claim of responsibility. The vehicle then continued to drive towards Borough Market, just south of the bridge, where three assailants got out and attempted to stab civilians...

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Michael Bloomberg Is Coming To The United Nations' Rescue

China and the USA, the world's first and second biggest polluters respectively, are together responsible for some 40% of the world's emissions and experts warned that it is vital for both to remain in...

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Terror attack in London kills six in addition to three attackers

British Transport Police reported multiple casualties following the incident at the bridge. A cab driver said he saw the men jump out of the van. Witness Mark Roberts said he said saw a van speeding...

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Man in custody after 8 shot, killed in Mississippi

In the video, Godbolt can be heard saying that the sheriff deputy that had been killed was not an intended of victim of Godbolt, that he was just in the way, that he had meant to commit suicide by pol...

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Author of MIT climate study says Trump got it wrong

Tapping into the " America First" message he used on the election trail, Trump announced the withdrawal on Thursday, saying that participating in the pact would undermine the US economy, wipe out U.S...

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Trump to announce decision on Paris climate pact today

Trump's chief economic adviser, Gary Cohn, has discussed the possibility of changing the USA carbon reduction targets instead of pulling out of the deal completely. In an unprecedented step, the US br...

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Lead of UK Conservatives holds, May now seen negatively

The new forecast was released today and took into consideration the Question Time show on Friday, where Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn answered queries from audience members. The prime minister...

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Trump points to travel ban after reports of London attacks

Rowley said the vest was "a hoax". - Seven people have died in addition to the three attackers shot by police. The statement from the Met's assistant commissioner Mark Rowley said that reports ...

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London attacks: Here's what we know so far

Armed officers, responding to the first calls about the incident made at 10.08pm, confronted the three men, shooting them dead at Borough Market. The driver then drove from London Bridge to Boroug...

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World must unite, foil Trump blow to planet

Trump has sought to project the Paris Accord as discriminatory towards the US. Leaders across the world have expressed their dismay and disgust at Trump's decision, and some - like France's new pre...

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General election 2017 quiz: which party should I vote for?

Following a row with the Conservatives over the composition of its audience in a debate on Monday, the BBC said its Question Time audience was balanced, with a third of those present planning to...

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Who will suffer the most from US climate exit?

In a separate joint statement, the African Union and the European Union reaffirmed their commitment to the Paris accord and noted the "strong solidarity with those most vulnerable to climate change "...

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Mattis Calls Out China's 'Contempt' For Nations' 'Interests'

He Lei (何雷), deputy president of China's PLA Academy of Military Science, said the Chinese government is firmly opposed to any USA arms sales to Taiwan. Mattis said that he agreed with Chinese Preside...

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Chelsea, Man City and Tottenham monitor Dani Alves amid uncertain Juventus future

Chelsea, Man City and Tottenham monitor Dani Alves amid uncertain Juventus future

Agnelli, an Italian billionaire, can probably comfortably afford a fleet of new super cars as it is, but his time working for Ferrari might ensure that he can negotiate mates' rates. Signing a big-nam...

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London attack: 9 killed, 20 injured; Thais warned

London attack: 9 killed, 20 injured; Thais warned

Authorities said the attackers were wearing what appeared to be fake explosive vests. "They were running, a police officer was trying to put himself between them and the crowd", Gabriele Sciotto, a ...

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Boeing's Anti-Missile System Called 'Capable, Credible Deterrent'

Boeing's Anti-Missile System Called 'Capable, Credible Deterrent'

The Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) element of the U.S. ballistic missile defense system launches during a flight test from Vandenberg Air Force Base , California, U.S., May 30, 2017. Jeff...

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London terror attacks: Kiwi in induced coma after stabbing

The attacks come days ahead of a Jun 8 election and less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at a pop concert by USA singer Ariana Grande in Manchester in northern England. Prime Mi...

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Leo Varadkar becomes Ireland's first gay leader

Leo Varadkar becomes Ireland's first gay leader

In 2015, while Ireland was debating the Marriage Equality Bill, allowing same-sex couples to marry, Varadkar came out as gay on a radio show. Members of the Fine Gael parliamentary party will vote t...

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At least 20 casualties in London 'terrorist' attack

A van is reported to have ploughed into pedestrians on the bridge and people were reportedly stabbed at the popular food market in south London . British Prime Minister Theresa May says an incide...

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British police respond to incidents at several locations; multiple casualties reported

Three terror suspects were shot dead by the police. The three attackers involved in the attacks, who were wearing hoax explosive vests, were shot and killed by police. Witnesses reported seeing in...

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May looks 9 seats short of parliament majority - YouGov

May looks 9 seats short of parliament majority - YouGov

But May insisted she had the best plan for taking Britain into negotiations over its exit from the European Union, which start 11 days after the election . The Times offers a health warning with t...

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