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But the following morning he struck back in an early morning tweet: "Despite so many false statements and lies , total and complete vindication ", he wrote - suggesting Mr Comey had committed perjury. I mean doesn't that tell you everything you needed to know about whether or not the president was being - acting in ignorance or acting with complete intentionality? The reporter then asked if Trump would be willing to speak under oath, as Comey did, to give his version of the events.
  • North Korea Launches Four Anti-Ship Missiles

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    The regime of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has fired multiple anti-ship cruise missiles in its latest test not just of its missile technology but also of the worldwide community's patience. The missiles, some of the most advanced weapons systems in Pyongyang's arsenal, flew for more than a hundred miles before falling into the Sea of Japan .
  • Actress found dead in house; murder suspected

    Actress found dead in house; murder suspected

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    For now, Police have filed accidental death report and more details in the case are awaited. The body of Kritika was discovered by the cops after a neighbour alerted them about the foul smell emanating from her apartment. The report quotes the officer as saying, "We are investigating. The door was locked from outside". A resident said, "She was a very friendly person, but I rarely saw her in the building".
  • Australia bid for 2023 Women's World Cup

    Australia bid for 2023 Women's World Cup

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    The government paid out A$46.5 million to back a Football Federation Australia bid to host the 2022 men's World Cup, which won just a solitary vote in a ballot that resulted in Qatar being handed the tournament. "We know that this will be a challenging process, but we believe that we have the expertise and world class facilities to host a fantastic tournament".
  • "Hard Brexit" plan is dead in the water: Scotland's Sturgeon

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    Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has called on British Prime Minister Theresa May to pause Brexit talks until a cross-party consensus can be built in the wake of the recent general election results. Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of deflecting questions about a second independence referendum. He added: "Before she expresses any opinion about Brexit she first needs to take a second independence referendum off the table".
  • 'Incredible Victory': People Power Forces Trump To Postpone UK State Visit

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    The Guardian report claimed the president told Mrs May in a telephone call in "recent weeks" that he did not want to travel to the United Kingdom until he had support from the British public. When Khan responded saying he had "more important things to do than respond to Donald Trump's ill-informed tweet that deliberately takes out of context his remarks", Trump took his criticism a step further, accusing the mayor of making up " pathetic excuses ".
  • Iran Parliamentarians Chant "Death to America" After Tehran Attacks

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    The terrorist acts which led to the "martyrdom and injury" of the Iranians is "a clear sign of enmity" of the mercenaries of global arrogance against the Iranian nation, Khamenei said in a condolence message to the nation over Wednesday's twin deadly attacks by the Islamic State (IS) militants in Tehran.
  • USA leaves 'all options' on table in dealing with NK missile threat

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    The shock claim indicates the regime has continued to advance its missile technology since it despot leader confirmed during his annual address that the state was in the final stage of developing the technology. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea ( DPRK ) has made the repatriation of 12 young women who allegedly fled to South Korea the precondition for family reunions between the North and South.
  • May to face Tory backbenchers following disastrous election result

    May to face Tory backbenchers following disastrous election result

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    It opposes same-sex marriage and is anti-abortion - with abortion remaining illegal in Northern Ireland , except in specific medical cases. After a lacklustre campaign from the Conservative party , and a surge in support for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, neither party achieved a majority and the country now waits in a state of anticipation and uncertainty.
  • White House official quits amid tensions

    White House official quits amid tensions

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    A top White House communications staffer has resigned as President Donald Trump considers overhauling his White House staff over frustrations that his team is struggling to contain the burgeoning crisis involving alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
  • Prosecutors say Bill Cosby screwed himself

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    Cosby arrived at court arm-in-arm with his wife Camille on Monday, marking her first appearance at the comedian's trial for aggravated indecent assault. The defense closed by accusing Constand of lying about an affair with Cosby and concocting the allegations to take advantage of the wealthy, older star.