• British Prime Minister Theresa May Loses Majority After Snap Election

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    The only major change was the promotion of her close friend and ally Damian Green, previously the work and pensions secretary, to first secretary of state, making him officially her second in command. "Negotiations on our exit from the European Union are about to commence, and we now face uncertainty at Westminster". Foster did not elaborate on the DUP's wish list of concessions but it will likely try to extract more money from the central government for public services in Northern Ireland.
  • Reporter Calls Comey's Father for Scoop, Gets Quite a Surprise

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    Senator Collins, who is also a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating Mr Trump's links to Russian Federation, described Mr Comey's testimony as "candid" and "thorough" and said she would support a subpoena if needed. It's unclear what the commander in chief meant by using the word "prevalent", but some are interpreting to suggest that Comey may have actually secretly released even more sensitive information than he acknowledged in testimony last week.
  • Tehran: Attackers Were Iranian and Fought With ISIS

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    Saudi and Iranian leaders accuse each other of sponsoring militant groups. "With the help of security forces and families of the suspects, 41 people linked to the attacks and to Daesh ( Islamic State ) have been arrested in different provinces", state TV quoted the interior ministry as saying.
  • Giroud still facing doubters, despite best spell for France

    Giroud still facing doubters, despite best spell for France

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    Giroud - who renewed his contract with the north London club in January - has been with Arsenal since a £9.6m ($12.2m) move from Montpeller in 2012 and has gone on to score 98 goals in 226 games in all competitions. Having also featured as a substitute in the FA Cup final with Danny Welbeck preferred ahead of him, Giroud recently admitted that he would consider leaving the Gunners in search of more game time.
  • UK media: May has no intention of resigning

    UK media: May has no intention of resigning

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    According to one of the close allies of Boris Johnson, at least five UK Cabinet ministers are pushing for him to topple Theresa May as Conservative party leader and Prime Minister, but the foreign secretary denied any plans of a coup. DUP leader Arlene Foster with MPs at the Stormont Hotel in Belfast. Downing Street and the DUP issued separate statements overnight, emphasising that the deal between them had not yet been finalised.
  • President Trump: James Comey Leak Was 'Very Cowardly'

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    Trump says on Twitter, "Totally illegal?" Trump took to Twitter early Friday to declare victory , denouncing the Federal Bureau of Investigation director he fired as a liar and a " leaker " based on Comey's damaging testimony about their interactions.
  • Iran qualifies for 2018 World Cup after beating Uzbekistan

    Iran qualifies for 2018 World Cup after beating Uzbekistan

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    Have you read Trendiee Today? The Rostov striker was found by Alireza Jahanbaksh's perfectly weighted pass that split the Uzbekistan defence and left Azmoun one-on-one with goalkeeper Aleksandr Lobanov. With this result, Iran joins Russian Federation -the host- and Brazil , leader of the South American classification, as the first countries with a participation ticket to the World Cup.
  • Missouri lawmakers start session on abortion

    Missouri lawmakers start session on abortion

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    Some Missouri legislators are upset they have to go back to Jefferson City Monday for a second special session. Greitens says he wants lawmakers to pass more abortion laws in response. The Missouri Legislature passed the measure during one of the final days of this year's regular session. In a video posted on Facebook Friday , Greitens said pregnancy care centers are under attack in cities like St.