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Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal

European Commission President Jean Claude-Juncker, also said earlier on Friday in Prague that the EU "can open negotiation tomorrow morning at 09.30". "Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as result of "...

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Ghani assures Taliban to open office for peace talks

As people were offering funeral of one of those killed in Friday firing by police, a triple explosion at the Tapa Marshal Fahim cemetery left at least 20 people dead, raising the death toll to more th...

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London Bridge attackers bought knives from Lidl for £4 each, say police

London Bridge attackers bought knives from Lidl for £4 each, say police

The three men rammed into pedestrians on London Bridge on June 3 before going on a stabbing rampage at bars at nearby Borough Market. Haydon said authorities have not seen this tactic in the Unite...

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US joins battle as Philippines takes losses in besieged city

Special Forces are not fighting and are there to provide technical support. On its website, the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines in May described "12 days of training in the Philippine summer heat"...

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A hung Parliament - 5 things to know

With no clear victor emerging from Thursday's election a wounded May has signalled she will fight on, and will visit the palace at 12.30pm (9.30pm AEST). That's eight short of a majority, and she can ...

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May reaches deal with DUP to form government after shock United Kingdom election

And he spelled out his plans to try to topple Theresa May's government by voting down her legislative agenda, known as the Queen's Speech, and tabling their own instead. In the other four instances ...

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Iran send planes stuffed with food to Qatar

Iran send planes stuffed with food to Qatar

His comments Friday firmly positioned Washington in the camp of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, which severed ties with Qatar this week and accused it of sponsoring terroris...

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What the United Kingdom election quake means for the world

What the United Kingdom election quake means for the world

British Prime Minister Theresa May had called the snap poll expecting a resounding mandate for Brexit negotiations, however, the results were a total disappointment for the Conservatives. She needs ...

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Former President Carter shakes hands with everyone on flight

Former President Carter shakes hands with everyone on flight

Jimmy Carter was the 39th president of the United States and the second oldest living president (George H.W. Bush was born in June 1924 and Carter was born in October of the same year). Sheffield ca...

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May finalises cabinet amid minority govt talks with DUP

Fallon also said he believed there was a majority in parliament for this Brexit plan. "I genuinely think that the people of this country. have had enough of this stuff, I think what they want is. ...

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Philippine flag raised on Independence Day in war-torn city

Philippine flag raised on Independence Day in war-torn city

The US involvement, made public for the first time Saturday, shows Manila's continued reliance on Washington's military prowess, despite an onslaught of anti-American sentiment from Philippines Presid...

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New Zealand opposition plans to slash immigration

New Zealand opposition plans to slash immigration

Little said parts of New Zealand's global education sector had become a "back door to residency" which he planned to close if he won the September 23 national election. "ACT will stand up for taxpayer...

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Taoiseach Tells May Of Concerns Over Proposed Deal With DUP

Kallum Pickering, senior United Kingdom economist at Holger Schmieding, said political reactions to the general election result suggest that a hard Brexit has become less likely. Ahead of the Stormont...

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SNP manifesto pledges to fight NHS privatisation in England

The Tory manifesto added further obstacles - saying there could be no vote until there is demonstrable "public consent" for it and only after the Brexit process had "played out". Mr Corbyn told th...

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Ex-rebels win Kosovo election, preliminary results show

Ex-rebels win Kosovo election, preliminary results show

The elections were triggered by a motion of no confidence on May 10, which was proposed by the Initiative for Kosovo, a coalition partner of the PDK, over Prime Minister Isa Mustafa's failure to ful...

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Theresa May Visits Queen After UK Election in Snake-Print Kitten Heels

Theresa May Visits Queen After UK Election in Snake-Print Kitten Heels

The Conservatives lost their House of Commons majority in Thursday's election and will not be able to govern without support from the DUP's 10 members of parliament. The party is now more secular an...

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Theresa May to form government in partnership with DUP

She failed to express contrition for her gamble that spectacularly backfired, but newspaper headlines reflected the sense that she has been deeply wounded. "It's an issue very close to my heart and on...

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French president tries to ease Gulf dispute

Al Qahtani's statement comes after United States president Donald Trump accused Qatar of "historically" funding "terrorism at a very high level" - an allegation Qatar denies. Last summer, Barca's ow...

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Pak's true face needs to be exposed: Defence expert

Pak's true face needs to be exposed: Defence expert

As an SCO member, India is expected to have a bigger say in pressing for concerted action in dealing with terrorism as well as on issues relating to security and defence in the region. Modi pointed ...

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Comey hearing: 5 revelations from Federal Bureau of Investigation ex-director's testimony on Trump

Comey hearing: 5 revelations from Federal Bureau of Investigation ex-director's testimony on Trump

His comments contradicted key arguments made by the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director during a two-and-a-half hour hearing at the US Senate , significantly upping the stakes in a contro...

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UK Election 2017: Democratic Unionists turn kingmakers, back Theresa May for majority

UK Election 2017: Democratic Unionists turn kingmakers, back Theresa May for majority

It said the campaign failed to get "Theresa's positive plan for the future across" or "notice the surge in Labour support, because modern campaigning techniques require ever-narrower targeting of spec...

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Melania, Barron Trump Move Into White House

Barron will start at St Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland, this autumn. Six months after President Donald Trump arrived, the Slovenia-born former model and the couple's 11-year-old so...

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Defence minister Fallon says government views on Brexit haven't changed

Defence minister Fallon says government views on Brexit haven't changed

But May soldiered on Friday, re-appointing senior ministers to her Cabinet and holding talks with a small Northern Irish party about shoring up her minority government. The result looks set to trigger...

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Democratic Unionist Party agree 'confidence deal' with Conservatives

Democratic Unionist Party agree 'confidence deal' with Conservatives

The change was unlikely to significantly quell unrest within the party. "We need stability", she said. But Britain's Saturday newspapers agreed she is just clinging on. Theresa May did not have to cal...

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Opinion polls paint mixed picture as voters prepare to cast ballots

Opinion polls paint mixed picture as voters prepare to cast ballots

You can find your polling station by entering your post code here . Exit polls are usually a good indication of how elections will turnout as they are taken from random samples of people leaving ...

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Distrust of Trump marks Comey's testimony about his firing

President Donald Trump suggested on Friday on that former FBI Director James Comey lied under oath when he testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. "He's a leaker", Trum...

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Britain's Theresa May backtracks on announcement of DUP deal

Britain's Theresa May backtracks on announcement of DUP deal

And dreams of an independent Scotland from Scottish nationalists have been shattered. Mr Brady said there was "no doubt" the Queen's Speech - due on 19 June - would be "slimmed down", including plan...

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Haley warns USA reconsidering membership in United Nations rights council

Haley warns USA reconsidering membership in United Nations rights council

Haley made waves on Tuesday with an impassioned speech in Geneva , in which she threatened that the United States might withdraw from the Human Rights Council if reforms aren't made to "reestablish t...

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British police arrest another man in London Bridge attack probe

British police arrest another man in London Bridge attack probe

Dean Haydon, the police commander leading the London attack investigation, said: "I have not seen this tactic in the United Kingdom before, where terrorists create maximum fear by strapping fake exp...

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Startling revelation by Wonder Woman actress will certainly impress you

Your love and support for this character and myself are not to be taken for granted. There was a lot riding on this one, and it has delivered (for the most part). Trevor's fearless and charming secret...

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