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Both attacks would have occurred after al-Baghdadi's alleged killing. There had been numerous reports in the past of al-Baghdadi being killed, but they did not turn out to be true. The air strike, targeted a meeting of IS leaders and was carried out on May 28, the agencies cited the ministry as saying. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, which is a nom de guerre, was born Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri al Samarrai.
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May admits London fire response not good enough

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    The social housing block that went up in flames is situated in a working-class enclave of the wealthy London borough of Kensington and Chelsea. "There is considerable damage within Grenfell Tower ", he said . A top former Conservative politician and Times of London columnist blasted May over her handling of the fire, and said that she must resign. In his latest update on the recovery operation, Mr Cundy said a search of the burnt out building in north Kensington had resumed after a ...
  • Trump appears to confirm obstruction investigation on Twitter

    Trump appears to confirm obstruction investigation on Twitter

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    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller as special counsel following Comey's ouster in early May. Mr Mueller was appointed as special counsel to investigate Moscow's involvement in the presidential election a year ago and possible collusion by Trump campaign associates with the Russians, but there has been no indication that Mr Mueller told the president to fire Mr Comey.
  • Govt announces 149 new passport centres

    Govt announces 149 new passport centres

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    It may be recalled that the government had earlier also opened 86 POPSKs across the country. "When I started at the Ministry, we had only 77 PSKs to cater to the whole nation". The Head Post Office at Phagwara has also been selected for it. Swaraj further added that the target for the second phase has been kept at 251 because it is an "auspicious number".
  • Trump bashes probes into his 'non-dealings' with Russian Federation

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    The future of Rosenstein , the deputy attorney general, came under doubt Friday when Trump attacked him in a tweet and a US official confirmed that Rosenstein has told colleagues he may have to recuse himself from the inquiry because he'd criticized James Comey in a memo before Trump fired the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director.
  • Resistance camp pays tributes to killed civilians, militants

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    Meanwhile, a youth shot by some suspected militants in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Saturday succumbed to the injuries in a hospital here on Sunday, officials said. Life in north Kashmir was completely normal. Shops, public transport and educational institutions remained closed. Locals alleged security forces barged into their residences following an incident of stone pelting in Astan Pora in Anantnag and "thrashed inmates".
  • Police arrest man in connection with Manchester terror attack

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    The duo, who were among those arrested by police in the aftermath of the bombing and since been released without charge, say they did not know about their cousins extremist views and that he may have been radicalised overseas. Ismail Abedi was filmed being handcuffed to a police van outside a Morrisons supermarket in Chorlton-Cum-Hardy, south Manchester on May 23. Grande shared an image of her visit to Royal Manchester Children's Hospital with her 107 million Instagram followers.
  • French Parliamentary Elections: Le Pen Wins Seat

    French Parliamentary Elections: Le Pen Wins Seat

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    The Interior Ministry said Sunday night that with 513 seats in the 577-seat National Assembly definitively decided, Macron's Republic on the Move! party and its centrist allies had definitively won 303. Far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon, who will be another formidable opponent in the parliament after winning a seat from the southern port of Marseille, said voters had gone on "civic general strike" by not voting in the parliamentary polls.
  • North Korea confirms successful missile test - state media

    North Korea confirms successful missile test - state media

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    A set of photos carried by North Korea's main newspaper, the Rodong Sinmun, on June 9, 2017, shows the test-firing of a new ground-to-ship cruise missile. -Republic of Korea alliance" and "the need to sustain close coordination in addressing the threat from North Korea", during his meeting with South Korea's national security adviser Chung Eui-yong on June 1, a spokesperson told VOA.
  • Putin warns new sanctions will 'complicate' ties between Russia and US

    Putin warns new sanctions will 'complicate' ties between Russia and US

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    The measure also asserts a role for Congress if the White House opts to ease any sanctions against Moscow. "We can have congressional hearings, we can put a spotlight on it". Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offered tepid support for the sanctions measure, telling the House Foreign Affairs Committee he agreed "with the sentiment" among lawmakers that Russian Federation must be held accountable for its meddling in the election.