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Ariana Grande's manager: 'Fear can not rule the day'

Police arrested two more people and were on Thursday searching a new site in Manchester suspected of links to the bombing that killed 22 people at a pop concert, as British authorities complained ...

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In UK vote, Brexit takes back seat

British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would walk away from divorce talks with the European Union without a deal if she had to, but her rival in next week's election, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn , ...

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Some Taxis Begin to Operate After Durban Blockade

Some Taxis Begin to Operate After Durban Blockade

The march is said to take place outside Toyota on Prospecton Road in Isipingo between 8am and 11am. According to reports and a letter doing the rounds on social media, the South African Taxi Associa...

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India, Spain sign 7 agreements during Narendra Modi's visit

India, Spain sign 7 agreements during Narendra Modi's visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that India would not backtrack on pledges the country made previous year to help reduce the world's greenhouse gas levels, a ...

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Trump Has Multiple Escape Routes From Paris Climate Accord

Trump's son-in-law and top aide, Jared Kushner, was said to be neutral on the deal. Trump pledged during his presidential campaign to withdraw the US from the pact immediately after taking office, b...

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Trump Resisting Pressure From Europe, Ivanka, and the Pope on Climate Agreement

It has not been determined whether the US would fully withdraw from the accord over the course of three years or pull out of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The framework ...

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Leadership, public spending and the economy among the issues discussed — BBC debate

Yet despite his difficulties, he appeared relaxed and good-humored later, joking on television about his passion for drain covers and gardening, as he received another boost from pollsters. Most strik...

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Wenger signs two-year deal with Arsenal

Wenger signs two-year deal with Arsenal

It was a "very mature conversation" that led to Wenger staying in the dugout, according to Gazidis. "But time will tell (if the decision is correct)", said the former French worldwide to Sky Sports Ne...

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Risk of hung parliament drives down sterling

Opinion polls have not been accurate or even near-accurate in recent elections, but unlike some that saw the Conservatives increasing their majority, a new poll by YouGov published by The Times ...

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Official says President Trump expected to pull US from Paris climate deal

Trump promised during his presidential campaign to pull the USA out of the deal, which was signed by almost 200 nations. "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in ord...

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Oil slips further on disappointing OPEC meeting outcome

Oil fell more than 5% on Thursday after a meeting of OPEC and non-OPEC producers ended in an agreement to extend the 1.8 million barrels per day of cuts for an additional nine months. The term of t...

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Jeremy Corbyn agrees to take part in live televised debate

Others accused the prime minister of arrogance, with Green co-leader Caroline Lucas declaring that "the first rule of leadership is to show up". Asked by a reporter, " if you are so strong and Jerem...

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Nighttime, early morning bombings in Baghdad kill 24

The offensive to recapture Mosul - Iraq's second largest city - began more than seven months ago in mid-October and several previous deadlines for its liberation have passed. People who had manage...

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One Trump aide out, more expected

As the Russian Federation probe rages and continues to be a big headache for President Trump , POLITICO alleges that he told friends weeks prior to Mr. If an overhaul is in the works, White House ...

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Sanders slams Trump for insulting Germany

He praised Merkel's experience and Germany's economic example to India . Germany's ambassador to the USA on Wednesday said the relationship between Germany and the U.S.is "good and productive", d...

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Canada's economy grows 3.7 percent on domestic demand

The new numbers "slightly tilt the odds toward [the BoC] raising interest rates a bit earlier", Porter told Global News. "Overall, while market reaction has been muted to say the least, we find this...

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Jared Kushner has some explaining to do on Russia, if he can

He is respected by virtually everyone and is working on programs that will save our country billions of dollars. The intent was to connect Trump's chief national security adviser at the time , Micha...

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Major US Jewish Organizations on Left and Right Hail Trump's Israel Visit

At NATO, the White House touted the alliance's commitment to boosting defense spending, though the resolution was essentially a continuation of a pact agreed to two years earlier. Though it won't show...

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May's lead narrows to three percent points in latest YouGov poll

May's lead narrows to three percent points in latest YouGov poll

The British pound came under pressure on Wednesday after a new poll found that British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party risks falling short of an overall majority in next month's ...

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Manchester bombing: Trump orders leak investigation as Brits halt intelligence sharing

Grande's concert was attached by Salman Abedi on Monday evening, killing 22 and injuring 119 people. Monday's bombing prompted United Kingdom authorities to deploy soldiers through out the city ...

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Official says Trump expected to pull US from climate deal

Or Trump could withdraw from the agreement's parent treaty, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (the UNFCCC). Donald Trump is poised to withdraw from the Paris climat...

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Trump expected to exit Paris climate deal

Trump expected to exit Paris climate deal

President Trump , in a sharp reversal of Obama administration policy, is expected to announce the USA withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement despite an appeal by European leaders to stick with ...

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Accused Portland killer shows no remorse in court

Accused Portland killer shows no remorse in court

You got no safe place. Later, commotion erupted outside the courtroom. Police and witnesses say the victims were defending two teen girls who were the focus of Christian's tirade. "He threatened me ...

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May boycotts TV debate despite Labour challenge

Pushed on why she was not attending the debate, May told journalists at a campaign event that she would be "thinking about Brexit negotiations " instead. A projection published by pollsters YouGov on...

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World Health Assembly Elects Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as New WHO Director

World Health Assembly Elects Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as New WHO Director

The third candidate, Pakistan's Dr. Sania Nishtar , was eliminated after the first round. Tedros - who campaigned under his first name - ultimately beat David Nabarro , the British candidate, afte...

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Huge explosion kills 80 in Kabul's diplomatic district, Indian embassy safe

The Chinese, Turkish and Iranian embassies are also located there. Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi expressed hope that intra-Afghan dialog - leaving out regional and non-regional countries accus...

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Champions Trophy 2017: Beating South Africa Huge Boost: Morgan

Bangladesh highlighted the issue in dramatic style by collapsing to 84 all out in reply to Champions Trophy title-holders India´s 324 for seven in their final warm-up match at the Oval on Tuesd...

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Trump's Saudi Arabia visit was 'bizarre, unseemly, unethical and un-American': WaPo columnist

President Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia this week has already begun to soften his attitudes about Islam, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday after a two-day summit in which Trump was treated ...

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Corbyn will join TV election debate, but without May

The same poll forecast a gain of 28 seats for Labour . It is still highly likely that May will win next Thursday. "The futures of our NHS and schools are at stake in this election", Mr Corbyn wil...

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Moment of deadly blast in central Baghdad caught on CCTV camera

The attack was also claimed by IS. "She wanted to go and buy ice cream, so she insisted. We hear about these things, people, the victims of terrorist attacks and she was just going to have ice cre...

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Jeremy Corbyn tells supporters to stop 'unacceptable' abuse of BBC journalist

Jeremy Corbyn tells supporters to stop 'unacceptable' abuse of BBC journalist

Mr Corbyn replied: "It will cost ... it will obviously cost a lot to do so, we accept that". Our Prime Minister has done that now in the third election and got nowhere near meeting that figure. Shad...

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Android Pay details leaked ahead of Canadian launch on May 31

Android Pay details leaked ahead of Canadian launch on May 31

A lot of Google products and services aren't available in Canada as soon as they are out in the USA, which for Canadians must be even more frustrating than for people in other parts of the world bec...

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Joe Biden launching fundraising PAC amid 2020 speculation

Joe Biden launching fundraising PAC amid 2020 speculation

Former Vice President Joe Biden is on record as saying that he never thought Hillary Clinton was a great Democratic Presidential candidate in 2016. Biden, 74, has continued to insist publicly he...

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AFP says video of abducted priest a terrorist propaganda

Later the Cathedral and other churches in the city were torched, and the city has been taken over by the jihadists. A Philippines intelligence source said that of the 400-500 marauding fighters who ...

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Trump expected to withdraw United States from Paris climate agreement

While an official announcement has not yet been made, Trump has been teasing the decision for some time now-and did again Wednesday morning on Twitter , even as multiple news outlets ran st...

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Macedonia's Zaev wins confidence vote to form new government

Macedonia's Zaev wins confidence vote to form new government

Five lawmakers abstained and nine were absent. "I will lead a reformist government", Zaev told parliament. Zaev eventually formed an alliance with two small ethnic Albanian parties, to control 62 ...

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From landslide to upset defeat - scenarios for May's UK election

Prime Minister Theresa May went on the attack with sharply personal criticism. The Labour leader was back to the relaxed and chatty character he had appeared as in his encounter with Jeremy Paxm...

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Trump plans to pull U.S. from Paris climate deal

Canada, the European Union , and China have said they will honour their commitments to the pact even if the United States withdraws . G-7 leaders pressed Trump not to abandon the agreement ...

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Duterte says he 'will not talk to terrorists'

Duterte also frequently launches obscenity-filled tirades against critics of his drug war, which has seen thousands of people killed and led to warnings from rights groups that he may be orchestrating...

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Lawmakers hopeful about Russian Federation probe

Lawmakers hopeful about Russian Federation probe

Former FBI Director James Comey , who was sacked by President Donald Trump last week, has agreed to testify publicly before the Senate Intelligence Committee, according to several media reports Fri...

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