• UK's May Edges Toward Deal With DUP to Keep Grip on Power

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    Asked about the DUP comments , a Conservative source said the talks were still taking place. After May lost her majority in parliament with a botched gamble on a snap June 8 election, she is trying to secure the backing of the DUP's 10 lawmakers, though talks have dragged on for almost two weeks.
  • Pope calls for prayer as 62 die in wildfires in central Portugal

    Pope calls for prayer as 62 die in wildfires in central Portugal

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    The area is sparsely populated; it is full of small villages surrounded by forest, with little-used and little-maintained roads as the only connection.In many villages there was no firefighting response-the villages were too small, too remote for the local government to offer any support.
  • NASA's Kepler spacecraft IDs hundreds of new planet candidates

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    Around 50 of which are near-Earth-size habitable candidates and more than 30 have been verified. The catalog is the cumulation of Kepler's first four years of operations and details a patch of sky in the Cygnus constellation . That planet is situated around the closest star. "Understanding their frequency in the galaxy will help inform the design of future NASA missions to directly image another Earth".
  • Reform Movement Decries Senate Republicans' Health Care Bill

    Reform Movement Decries Senate Republicans' Health Care Bill

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    They aren't alone, one health-care expert said Thursday . "Because Obamacare is a direct attack on the middle class, and American families deserve better than its failing status quo". Trump has wavered in his reaction to the bills. The additional funds would continue through 2020, and be gradually reduced until they are entirely eliminated in 2024.
  • Philippines: IS funded siege through Malaysian militant

    Philippines: IS funded siege through Malaysian militant

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    In the meeting, it was decided that Indonesia will host the next meeting in October 2017. The information and intelligence sharing centers establish designated sea lanes for ships in the seas along the countries' borders to prevent militants aligned to Daesh (the so-called IS) in the southern Philippines from fleeing to neighboring nations.
  • "Mueller and Comey relationship is very bothersome"- President Trump

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    He added: "But you'll have to determine for yourself whether or not his story changed". "But he's also. we're going to have to see". Trump fired Comey in May after he refused to end the FBI investigation into whether Russia meddled in the 2016 election and whether Trump's campaign colluded with the Russian government to influence the results.
  • Korea denies torturing U.S. student Warmbier

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    In Warmbier's home state of OH, the mourners - among them friends and family - attended his funeral at his former high school. North Korea said Friday that the death of Otto Warmbier , a 22-year-old American imprisoned in the country for 17 months, is a "complete mystery" to them.
  • Russian hackers traded United Kingdom ministers' passwords

    Russian hackers traded United Kingdom ministers' passwords

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    Many British officials said to have used weak and old passwords. "There's hacks going on all the time ... we're incredibly vulnerable", Newman said, the Times reports . Rashmi Knowles, EMEA field CTO at RSA, commented: "This story shows just how important it is that people change all their passwords in the wake of a breach".