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Qatar rejects Saudi-led bloc's terror list

Erdogan also approved another accord between Turkey and Qatar on military training cooperation late on Thursday. The escalating crisis in the Persian Gulf erupted Monday, when Saudi Arabia , th...

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Police release images of fake explosive belts worn by London Bridge attackers

London , The terrorists involved in the London Bridge attack that killed eight, had tried to hire a seven-and-a-half tonne lorry to carry out the brutality, police said. The belts were still att...

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Philippines' Duterte not aware of US support against militants in Marawi

Philippines' Duterte not aware of US support against militants in Marawi

The Marawi siege ensued after a May 23 army raid that failed to capture a top terror suspect, Isnilon Hapilon, who has been designated by the Islamic State as its leader in Southeast Asia. we have...

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Philippines' Duterte not aware of United States help against Islamists in Marawi

A day before scheduled oral arguments at the Supreme Court, leftist groups led by the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) are planning nationwide protest actions to highlight their opposition to martia...

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Jayalalithaa's niece Deepa denied entry into Poes Garden House

Jayalalithaa's niece Deepa denied entry into Poes Garden House

Ms Jayakumar, who recently floated her own party, said she had been invited to her aunt's home by her brother Deepak . Deepa further informed that she has all the documents of the property and ha...

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Qatar issue: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain welcome Trump's demand

Trump , on the other hand, took the side of the four gulf states implementing the blockade over Qatar's alleged funding of terrorist groups. He said his talks with Saudi Arabia and other nat...

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USA urges Arab nations to ease blockade of Qatar

Therefore, Trump said , he took the "hard but necessary action" of calling out Qatar. Other US officials have said Qatar has already taken some steps to reduce terror funding but that the steps are...

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13 marines killed as militants laying siege to Philippine city

13 marines killed as militants laying siege to Philippine city

United States special forces are providing support to the Philippine military battling to dislodge Islamist militants in a southern city, the U.S. "We mourn the death of our soldiers and our coun...

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More terrorists arrested in Iran

The attacks in Tehran this week will only "reinforce hatred" for the United States and Saudi Arabia , Iran's supreme leader said on Friday at a funeral for those killed. The IRGC linked the Unite...

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Iran arrests seven suspects for supporting ISIS-claimed attacks

Fr Hormoz also expressed his condolences to "Spiritual Guide, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei , and President Hassan Rouhani ", and said he felt close to the families of the victims. "The Revolutionary Guard...

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No deal finalised yet for May UK govt

No deal finalised yet for May UK govt

The influence which Britain's smallest province may have after the election was reinforced by the Irish nationalist Sinn Fein party's pledge to maintain its policy of not taking its seats, a position ...

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Mastermind of Tehran Attack Has Been Killed: Iran

Mahmoud Alavi said that they have been able to locate and arrest 42 or 43 of the people in the group responsible for the attacks in Tehran that killed 17 people. He said anti-Iranian remarks by S...

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Police show the knives wielded in London terror rampage

Police show the knives wielded in London terror rampage

Haydon said the men may have been planning even more bloodshed if they had survived their stabbing spree and made it back to the van. She said that includes "whether you see something suspicious, yo...

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Springboks beat France 37-14 to end losing streak

Springboks beat France 37-14 to end losing streak

France won an attacking line-out five metres from the Bok line early in the second period, but the home defence managed to wrap them up and win a scrum with the ball buried under a pile of bodies, an...

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North Korea Mocks United Nations Sanctions -- Nuclear Missiles Are In Development

Mattis made the comments during the annual Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore . China claims almost all of the South China Sea, despite partial counter-claims from Taiwan and several southeast Asian...

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Iran has sent five planes of food to Qatar: airline

In the biggest diplomatic crisis in the region in years, Saudi Arabia , Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates , plus Egypt and Yemen , on Monday announced they were cutting all ties with Qatar, ...

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Why Trump's beef with Angela Merkel, Germany escalated

Why Trump's beef with Angela Merkel, Germany escalated

US President Donald Trump has publicly renewed a spat with Germany after returning from an awkward global summit in which he openly criticised his North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies. The visi...

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Jeremy Corbyn: 'I can still be prime minister'

The Prime Minister has been accused of putting peace in Northern Ireland at risk with the proposed DUP deal. With Britain due to start negotiating the terms of its exit from the European Union ...

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Theresa May's advisers quit after election disaster

Theresa May's advisers quit after election disaster

He added: "I hope the Conservative Party in Parliament gets behind the Prime Minister, and allows her the political space to negotiate that deal". The following afternoon, Timothy revealed he had ...

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PM Theresa May to cling on to power despite snap election disaster

PM Theresa May to cling on to power despite snap election disaster

Prime Minister Theresa May will go to Buckingham Palace Friday to inform the Queen that she will attempt to form a government despite failing to win a majority in last night's general election . ...

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Why Comey's testimony was utterly devastating to Trump

Trump first alluded to the so-called " tapes " in a May 12 tweet , following Comey's claim of written memos on his personal meetings with the president. Mr Comey admitted in his sworn testimony that ...

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Police Reveal Chilling Contents Found Inside London Bridge Terror Attack Van

Police Reveal Chilling Contents Found Inside London Bridge Terror Attack Van

Morning: Khuram Butt tries to hire 7.5 tonne lorry online, but fails to make payment. Instead, the attackers settled for a van which they loaded with gravel bags to make the vehicle heavier and th...

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Israeli PM calls for dismantling of UN Palestinian refugee agency

Such Israeli construction violates the basic rights of the Palestinian people on their territory, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Both schools were empty at the time due to summer vacation. ...

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Qatari blacklist not an 'escalation' of crisis, UAE official says

Qatari blacklist not an 'escalation' of crisis, UAE official says

Gargash said Qatar "absolutely" should expel members of Hamas, stop its support of terror groups "with al-Qaida DNA" around the world and rein in the many media outlets it funds, chief among them the ...

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Iran says it killed the mastermind of the Tehran attacks

Iran says it killed the mastermind of the Tehran attacks

In an apparently coordinated attempt, two terrorist groups attacked mausoleum of the late Imam Khomenini, southern Tehran , and the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) on Wednesday morning killing 17 people ...

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United Kingdom ministers push for Johnson to take over from Theresa May

United Kingdom ministers push for Johnson to take over from Theresa May

Despite the "confidence and supply" agreement, which is far looser than a formal coalition, Mrs May grip on her position remains far from secure as the strength of the deal looks set to be tested. Sen...

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May to form minority government after election debacle

May to form minority government after election debacle

This election has fallen at a time when Britain's green policy is at a crucial tipping point, and sustainability professionals will be increasingly concerned that the results could cause a further del...

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Iran arrests dozens of Islamic State 'agents' following Tehran attacks

On Friday, the U.S. embassy in Saudi Arabia issued a security notice to United States citizens recommending that they "exercise caution in places frequented by foreigners due to the continuing risk of...

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DeWit: Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch big loser of Comey hearing

DeWit: Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch big loser of Comey hearing

That meeting between the former president and the attorney general, he said, influenced his choice "in an ultimately conclusive way". "Yes, that was the thing that capped it for me", Comey said....

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Trump Calls On Qatar To End Funding Of Terrorism, Extremists

June 8: Apparently having been told that Qatar is an ally which hosts both CENTCOM and a huge USA military base, Trump offers up Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to mediate the dispute. He did no...

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Iran arrests nearly 50 after deadly Tehran attacks

Iran arrests nearly 50 after deadly Tehran attacks

At least 17 people were killed and 52 others injured in Tehran on Wednesday when gunmen mounted nearly simultaneous assaults on Iran's Parliament and the Mausoleum of the late founder of the Islamic R...

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Jeremy Corbyn: Labour is ready for another general election

Jeremy Corbyn: Labour is ready for another general election

Party donor John Mills said Labour badly needs to come back together again. As for Bangladesh, is there anything we can learn from the way the campaign was conducted on both sides in the general ...

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Afghan soldier kills three United States personnel in latest 'green-on-blue' attack

Afghan soldier kills three United States personnel in latest 'green-on-blue' attack

Three US troops were wounded in March when an Afghan soldier opened fire in Helmand, in the first known insider attack on global forces this year. The incident occurred as USA and Afghan forces retu...

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May meets with Queen to form coalition government with Northern Ireland's DUP

May meets with Queen to form coalition government with Northern Ireland's DUP

The DUP are also pro-Brexit so, if May adds the DUP's 10 seats to the Conservatives 318 she will secure the majority. She failed. Her political future is uncertain within her own party. Labour ...

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British PM Theresa May makes no change to top ministerial team

British PM Theresa May makes no change to top ministerial team

In a message to her supporters, Mrs May said: 'As I said many times during the campaign, I wanted to achieve a large majority but that was not the result that we secured. Much of their ire was directe...

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EU growing weary of UK's delay

The shock hung Parliament has thrown into doubt many apparent uncertainties in British politics, including the future direction of the country's approach to Brexit. Other EU leaders have expressed c...

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United Kingdom defence minister Michael Fallon says government views on Brexit haven't changed

With Labour in apparent disarray as recently as the spring, she gambled that she could emerge from the early electionswith her position as prime minster secured for the next five years and a strengthe...

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Iran kills mastermind behind Tehran attacks, arrests others

Delivered at 11 a.m. Monday-Friday. Meanwhile, Iran's Police chief Hussein Ashtari has announced that a group of some 60 suspects has also been detained near Tehran in relation to the terrorist ...

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LONDON TERROR ATTACK: Men planned to use 7.5 tonne lorry

LONDON TERROR ATTACK: Men planned to use 7.5 tonne lorry

The attackers also attached pink ceramic knives to their wrists and placed bags of sand in the back of the van to increase the weight, Molotov cocktails were also discovered. Haydon said his teams we...

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Northern Ireland's DUP says talks ongoing with Theresa May's Conservatives

Northern Ireland's DUP says talks ongoing with Theresa May's Conservatives

But the Sunday Times said Johnson had been pressed by five Cabinet colleagues to oust May. When May called for the snap election , it was supposed to be a way for her party to gain on its majorit...

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