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But the referee consulted with the video official, who noticed that four Portuguese players had been offside in the passage of play before Ronaldo's shot. "We played the European champions on equal terms, we generated chances but couldn't finish them", said Osorio. The Portugal skipper could not control the ball to shoot but his brilliant pass between three defenders left Quaresma free to round keeper Guillermo Ochoa and tap into the empty net.
  • Democratic lawmakers press Flynn on Middle East trips

    Democratic lawmakers press Flynn on Middle East trips

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    The Democrats on the House Oversight and Foreign Affairs committees, in their letter , said the extent of Flynn's unreported foreign contacts and financial interests was "unclear" from 2014, when he was forced out as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, until 2017 when Trump made him the national security adviser.
  • Won't support BJP's Presidential candidate if it is for votebank: Uddhav Thackeray

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    The meeting was part of the BJP's strategy to evolve a consensus among all political parties over the Presidential polls and to ensure the support of its oldest ally, the Shiv Sena, for the NDA nominee. "We need the Sena for the presidential polls". Thackeray also mentioned party favorites RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and agro-scientist M. S. Swaminathan, saying that said Bhagwat was proposed because India is a Hindu nation and that the country lost a good opportunity by ignoring him.
  • Man Arrested for London Van Attack on Mosque

    Man Arrested for London Van Attack on Mosque

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    Later Monday, London Metropolitan Police said he was charged with the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism including murder and attempted murder . People had been attending mosques in the area as part of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. "I am a Muslim". "There are a number of casualties being worked on at the scene", London police said, describing it as a major incident .
  • Former Obama aide on Cuba: Trump, GOP lawmakers don't believe in freedom

    Former Obama aide on Cuba: Trump, GOP lawmakers don't believe in freedom

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    Members of Congress who favor closer U.S. -Cuba ties have urged Trump to maintain Obama's approach. "Easing of restrictions on travel and trade does not help the Cuban people", he said at an event in Miami on Friday. Security agencies and senior officials in Cuba said they are willing to continue cooperation with the US side, despite that exchanges have declined sharply since Trump took office in January.
  • Climate change rift raises temperature for G7 meet

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    The final version stated that the USA will continue to engage with "key global partners" in a way consistent with its domestic priorities - a "strong" economy and a "healthy environment". McKenna. The G7 is made up Britain, Canada, France , Germany, Italy , Japan and the United States, the world's seven biggest economies when the club was formed.
  • Police in Wales working with Met officers after Finsbury Park attack

    Police in Wales working with Met officers after Finsbury Park attack

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    Eight people were in the hospital and two more were treated at the site of the incident. The Muslim Welfare House praised the imam's actions, stating that he basically saved the suspect's life. For the United Kingdom, it was only the most recent bout of violence, following three previous attacks in as many months. Police have not yet confirmed the suspect's identity.
  • Brexit negotiations kick off almost a year after referendum

    Brexit negotiations kick off almost a year after referendum

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    In carefully choreographed talks that even saw the two men exchange mountaineering gifts, they agreed to discuss divorce issues before negotiations on a future trade deal can start. Davis, noting shared security threats for governments across Europe hours after a van rammed worshippers at a London mosque, said: "There is more that unites us than divides us".
  • Britain hurtles into the post-Brexit unknown

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    While the European Union negotiating team led by Barnier has been ready for months, British efforts on Brexit stalled even after it triggered the two-year process on March 29. "But the 27 of us will formulate our interests very clearly and hopefully, together", Merkel said. Leaving the EU - the biggest blow since World War Two to European efforts at forging unity - is now the official consensus of both the Conservatives and the opposition Labour Party.
  • London tower block fire death toll reaches 79

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    Only five victims have been formally identified - and Cundy said that because of the fire's intensity and the devastation it caused, authorities may not be able to identify everybody who died. Some said they had never seen a building fire advance so quickly. "Until we do that, we can not look at anything other than staying with the same advice".
  • BJP picks up Ram Nath Kovind as presidential candidate

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    When asked why the names of Sushma Swaraj or Sumitra Mahajan were not considered, party leaders remain mum but refuse to acknowledge that Kovind's Dalit credentials are the only reason why he was chosen. "Shah informed him (Thackeray) about the BJP choice and also sought the Shiv Sena's support for Kovind's candidature", Raut said. "With his illustrious legal background in the legal area, Kovind's knowledge and understanding of the Constitution will benefit the nation", the PM said.