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The Kuwaiti ruler played a pivotal role in mediating a compromise in a 2014 diplomatic dispute between Saudi Arabia , Qatar and other Gulf states. Abu Dhabi is the biggest of seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates . India and European countries will be quick to meet Qatar's sugar needs, Yves El Mallat, chief executive officer of Bahrain's Arabian Sugar Co., said Tuesday in a phone interview.
  • Britain still questions Brexit payment idea

    Britain still questions Brexit payment idea

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    Speaking at a joint news conference with May, the Republic of Ireland's new Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said that the border should be "invisible". An early election this month, in which British Prime Minister Theresa May lost her Conservative majority in parliament, only added to the problems.
  • Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel face off in Georgia special election

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    Republican Karen Handel had pulled in over $4.5 million. The babbling president whined about Democrats, lied about Obamacare, then had no room to endorse Handel in the Georgia special House election. Handel has handled Trump gingerly. Donald Trump gave Karen Handel such a awful endorsement that he didn't leave enough room in his tweet to include her full name.
  • Dems fear slow walking of Russia sanctions bill in House

    Dems fear slow walking of Russia sanctions bill in House

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    On Thursday, June 15, 2017, by a vote of 98-2, the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill that would potentially impose additional sanctions against Russian Federation and give Congress the power to delay and/or prevent any action by President Trump to lift or relax sanctions against Russian Federation.
  • Grenfell Tower Deaths Rise to 79, London Police Say

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    The government has said it is carrying out an "urgent inspection" of roughly 2,500 similar tower blocks across the country to assess their safety. It was reportedly flammable , and it might have been banned on buildings above a specific height.
  • Merkel says U.S. 'most welcome' at G20 summit in Germany

    Merkel says U.S. 'most welcome' at G20 summit in Germany

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    Addressing a crowd of high-ranking business officials in the grandiose surroundings of Berlin's concert hall on the historic Gendarmenmarkt Square, Merkel also said she would push for talks over a free-trade agreement between the European Union and the United States to be resumed.
  • Shiv Sena attacks BJP over Kashmir and West Bengal situation

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    BJP continued its efforts to reach out to various political parties to widen its support base for the presidential election , with the three-member panel of Union ministers talking to the ruling NDA members Shiv Sena and LJP , as well as other parties such as the SP, TMC and BJD, which may back the ruling party candidate.
  • Labor to vote against citizenship shake-up

    Labor to vote against citizenship shake-up

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    The proposed changes would introduce a mandatory English proficiency test, increase the time between becoming a permanent resident and becoming a citizen, and would query candidates on Australian values and how they integrate into the community.
  • Wisconsin gerrymandering case heads to United States supreme court

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    There could be changes coming to how Illinois' legislative maps are drawn every ten years with the U.S. Supreme Court agreeing to take up a Wisconsin case on the very issue. Elbridge Gerry. "The highest court in America could establish clear constitutional limits on partisan map-drawing that could have applicability to IL and other states".
  • Adele visits London firefighters after tower block blaze

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    Mr Cundy said: "Sadly, as of this morning, I am afraid to say there are now 79 people who we believe are now dead or missing and we have to presume they are dead". At least 79 people have been declared or presumed dead after the June 14 inferno. "Occupy it, compulsory purchase it, requisition it. there's a lot of things you can do", Corbyn said on Sunday during an interview on ITV .