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Rachel Sheard, who was casting her vote near the site of Saturday's attack in London , said the election had not gone as expected - and that it certainly wasn't about Brexit . Students and staff at the institution, which bills itself as "the U.K.'s European university" because of its diverse population, also were anxious about how May was going to lead Britain out of the European Union, he added.
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    Video shows the moment police shot London Bridge terrorists

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    The 29-year-old man was arrested in the early hours of Friday morning on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism. He was not charged, but local police monitored him carefully and said they had tipped off Britain when he subsequently moved to London . Abedi killed 22 people and wounded more than 100 when he detonated a bomb at the crowded Manchester Arena, where USA pop star Ariana Grande had been performing.
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    When the talks do begin, experts say there could be a very different approach from the "hard Brexit" advocated by May that would involve leaving Europe's single market and curbing European immigration. Then in April, Cameron's successor, May, called an early election that again stalled talks with Brussels. "I thought surrealism was a Belgian invention", quipped Verhofstadt, a former Belgian prime minister.
  • Putin critic Alexei Navalny arrested again on his way to protest

    Putin critic Alexei Navalny arrested again on his way to protest

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    Alongside the Moscow demonstration, another 212 protests are expected to be held across the country as part of a grassroots movement against corruption in the Kremlin. Alexei Navalny , blue shirt, is detained by police outside his apartment in Moscow , Monday, June 12, 2017 . He said interference had prevented contractors from building a stage at the agreed venue.
  • Israeli intelligence discovered IS plans for laptop bomb

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    The information obtained by the Israeli hackers enabled the U.S.to determine the Islamic State terrorists were developing explosives that could bypass airport security in a laptop battery, according to the report . The Israelis did not welcome the Russians learning about this news. Since the USA and Russian Federation are both ( at least nominally ) at war with the Islamic State, these revelations might be defensible, but Israeli intelligence is also none of Russia's business.
  • Former Detroit FBI Official Reacts to Comey Testimony

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    Trump refused to say whether his private conversations with Comey were taped - a matter at the heart of conflicting accounts of what passed between them - and asserted that nothing in Comey's testimony to the Senate showed collusion with Russian Federation or obstruction of justice .
  • Ireland's prime minister warns Theresa May over deal with DUP

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    We are meeting with the two governments and all the parties this afternoon. "They are all rights issues subject to previous agreements". "We made clear at the beginning of these talks that James Brokenshire is not an acceptable chair". The Prime Minister explained that she is working towards a confidence and supply deal with the DUP which would provide stability and certainty for the United Kingdom going forward.
  • Top Tories plot revolt, party tells May her days are numbered

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    The DUP's deputy leader Nigel Dodds confirmed that the party's condition for shoring up the new Tory government is an assurance that Northern Ireland will not be accorded special European Union status after Brexit that will keep it distinct from the rest of the United Kingdom.