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Like other parts of the world, the Blood Donor Day will be marked in Pakistan tomorrow (Wednesday) to advocate higher voluntary blood donation in emergencies. A digital version of the pin is also available. The ideal weight of the blood donors should be more than 45 kg. On the occasion, there will be several events including games.
  • I'm here as long as you want me, May says

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    May vowed to stay on despite the poor results, and on Sunday unveiled a largely unchanged new cabinet, which met for the first time on Monday. David Davis , the cabinet member in charge of Brexit, said talks with the European Union may not start on Monday because it would clash with the Queen's Speech, but they will still begin next week.
  • Questions For Sessions At The Senate Intelligence Committee Hearing

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    Sessions stepped aside in March from the federal investigation into contacts between Russia and the campaign after acknowledging that he had met twice a year ago with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. "I don't understand why the president just doesn't clear this matter up once and for all", she added. The Atlantic reports extensively on Trump's first foreign policy speech, which took place April 27, 2016, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C.
  • EU Ready to Start Brexit Talks

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    Brexit talks will begin as planned in the "next couple of weeks", German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Theresa May have agreed. Though Foster supported Brexit, she also might demand that May pursue a cushioned exit from the European Union, given her party's wish that a soft border remain between Northern Ireland and Ireland, an European Union member.
  • SNP could deny 'arrogant' Tories a Westminster majority - Nicola Sturgeon

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    Kezia Dugdale's party has 25% of the vote, behind the Tories on 26% and the SNP on 43%, the YouGov survey for The Times newspaper indicates. Scottish Labour General Election campaign manager James Kelly said: "This is yet another encouraging poll which shows that increasing numbers of Scots know the only way to defeat the SNP in the majority of seats in Scotland is to vote Labour on June 8".
  • Cavaliers congratulate Warriors on Finals victory

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    Durant, in accepting the Final's MVP Award, agreed. From the Bay all the way to OKC. Curry had 34 points and 10 assists in contributing to the Golden State Warriors victory to wrap up the NBA Final series in Game 5, with a 129-120 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers .
  • IS chemical weapons capability 'significantly degraded'

    IS chemical weapons capability 'significantly degraded'

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    There has been a major reduction in the use of chemical weapons (CW) by the Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria in 2017, and a concentration of CW attacks in Iraq inside the besieged city of Mosul, according to new analysis from Conflict Monitor by IHS Markit , a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions.
  • No change in Theresa May's Brexit plan

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    The first test of any deal is expected to come at the Queen's Speech - a formal occasion at which the government asks Parliament to approve its legislative agenda. May is also said to have expressed her apologies to the MPs who had lost their seats in the snap election which she had called. Labour said the government was "in chaos" and continued to be "in denial" about the message voters had sent about their opposition to an "extreme Brexit".
  • Kane scores late in England's 2-2 draw vs Scotland

    Kane scores late in England's 2-2 draw vs Scotland

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    This time , his low, diagonal effort skimmed off Kane , entirely changing the direction of the ball and striking the bottom of the post. "It is annoying for them - I can't be annoyed", he said . England still have work to do to secure World Cup qualification, but preparations for Russian Federation are well under way as Gareth Southgate attempts to prevent their all-too-frequent major tournament struggles.
  • Sessions to face sharp questions on Russia contacts

    Sessions to face sharp questions on Russia contacts

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    James Lankford of Oklahoma, "releasing his memos is not damaging to national security". Following James Comey's testimony last week , the Senate will forge on in its fact finding mission, with another intriguing administration official slated to appear next.