• Bank Holiday heat will give way to showers

    Bank Holiday heat will give way to showers

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    Parts of the United Kingdom are enjoying temperatures hotter than holiday destinations including Madrid, Athens and Miami. The hottest early May bank holiday weekend was in 1995 when temperatures hit 28.6C on the Saturday. People flocked to Glasgow 's parks and other hotspots to bask in the weekend sunshine yesterday. "If we see things really warm up it's likely to mean millions more cars on the road, which is bound to cause queues on popular routes".
  • Hezbollah hails Lebanon election vote as 'great victory'

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    Without this, Lebanon will remain controlled by the current political equation. Several Western countries, including the United States, have designated Hezbollah's military wing or the entire organisation as a terrorist group. An anti-Hezbollah alliance led by Hariri and supported by Saudi Arabia won a majority in the Lebanese parliament in 2009, but it has since disintegrated.
  • Hamas: 6 militants killed in Gaza blast, media says accident

    Hamas: 6 militants killed in Gaza blast, media says accident

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    The killing on Sunday of Baha Abdul Rahman Qdeih, 23, and Mohammad Khaled Abu Rideh, 20, raised the death toll of Palestinians killed by Israeli soldiers since a new wave of protests began on March 30 to at least 43. "Last night in the Gaza Strip", the spokeswoman told AFP referring to the timing of the strike, without describing the target. According to the IDF, riots broke out at five locations along the fence, with protesters burning tires, throwing stones and flying kites with flammable ...
  • Praying for Ahsan Iqbal quick recovery: Malala Yousafzai

    Praying for Ahsan Iqbal quick recovery: Malala Yousafzai

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    A gunman on Sunday shot and injured Pakistani Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal while he was visiting his constituency in the north-eastern city of Narowal. On the matter of security lapse, spokesperson for the Punjab government Malik Ahmad said that there had been no deviation from the security protocol specified for the interior minister.
  • France and Germany say they'll stick to Iran nuclear deal

    France and Germany say they'll stick to Iran nuclear deal

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    Johnson spoke to "Fox & Friends" Monday before his talks with the Trump administration, acknowledging that Iran is "behaving badly" and the agreement's "flaws" must be fixed. US President Donald Trump has threatened to cancel the 2015 accord restricting Iran's nuclear activities this week, saying it's flawed. His German counterpart, Heiko Maas, said Berlin, too, wants to stick by the deal, which he said "makes the world a safer place, and without it the world would be less safe".
  • Haspel Almost Withdrew Her Nomination This Weekend

    Haspel Almost Withdrew Her Nomination This Weekend

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    Taken aback at her stance, senior White House aides, including legislative affairs head Marc Short and press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders , rushed to Langley, Va., to meet with Haspel at her office late Friday afternoon. Nominee to head the CIA, Gina Haspel , center, sits alongside Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis. "I believe that there will be a lot of tough questions that we will ask her at her hearing, and I look forward to seeing what she has to say".
  • Who will India face in the group stages?

    Who will India face in the group stages?

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    The pinnacle was at the 13th Asian Cup, when it lost to Japan in the quarter-finals and jumped to the best ever FIFA Ranking. India qualified for the second round of the qualifiers after beating Nepal but finished at the bottom of their group as their World Cup qualifying ended.
  • France Condemns President Trump's Paris Terrorist Attack Comments

    France Condemns President Trump's Paris Terrorist Attack Comments

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    Trump said someone in the Bataclan club, where 90 of the 130 people died, could have ended the killing spree if they had been able to use a gun to shoot back. Calling Trump's comments "shameful" and "obscene" on his Twitter , former President Francois Hollande noted that the USA leader's statements exposed " what he thinks of France and its values ".