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Britain's politicians are bracing for a two-day visit to London by U.S. President Donald Trump and wondering how the trip may affect the most volatile and toxic British election in decades, one likely to shape the country for generations.
  • United Kingdom vows review as convicted terrorist named

    United Kingdom vows review as convicted terrorist named

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    Mr Merritt's father, David, paid an emotional tribute to his late son. The developments came as the first victim of the attack , which saw three others wounded, was named as 25-year-old Jack Merritt. And in the Labour Party, Fisher said Corbyn has faced scrutiny over his vague stances on questions of national security. During the attack, he had been wearing an electronic tag used to monitor criminal offenders, according to a report in British newspaper The Times .
  • Authorities confirm human remains found in Macon County are Aniah Blanchard’s

    Authorities confirm human remains found in Macon County are Aniah Blanchard’s

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    Aniah Blanchard , who is the stepdaughter of UFC heavy weight fighter Walt Harris , was last seen on video surveillance at a convenience store not far from her home in Auburn. 'Like Alabamians across our state, I was praying for a much different outcome. "I shall be keeping them in my prayers and query the opposite folks of Alabama to continue to total so as correctly".
  • Security forces kill 50 protesters in Iraq's south

    Security forces kill 50 protesters in Iraq's south

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    The previous day had been one of the bloodiest yet, with 44 demonstrators killed and almost 1,000 wounded in Baghdad and across the south. Protesters are mostly unemployed youths who are demanding the departure of Iraq's entire political elite.
  • North Korea fires 'projectiles' into the sea

    North Korea fires 'projectiles' into the sea

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    Jeong said the two short-range projectiles, fired at 4:59 p.m. local time, had a maximum flight distance of about 380 kilometers (236 miles) and an altitude of 97 kilometers (60 miles). mainland. North Korea says it wants the U.S.to lift global sanctions imposed on it and provide security guarantees before abandoning its advancing nuclear arsenal.
  • China Summons US Ambassador Over Hong Kong Bills

    China Summons US Ambassador Over Hong Kong Bills

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    The bill would require the State Department to certify once a year that Hong Kong is sufficiently autonomous to retain its special U.S. trading consideration- a status that helps its economy. "This is a severe interference in Hong Kong's affairs, which are China's internal affairs". After university leaders said nearly all protesters had left, police teams moved in on Thursday to gather a huge haul of Molotov cocktails and other weapons left behind after the occupation.
  • Rudy Giuliani sought deals with Ukraine while probing Bidens

    Rudy Giuliani sought deals with Ukraine while probing Bidens

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    Robert Costello, a lawyer representing Rudy Giuliani , said on Wednesday that he had to make his mercurial client call President Donald Trump "within the last day" to reassure him that all his "insurance" talk was just a joke. Federal prosecutors in NY are looking into the ties of Giuliani and his associates had to Ukraine's state-run oil-and-gas company. "You would possibly per chance perchance perchance not love the reality that Giuliani used to be involved".
  • 3 stabbed during Black Friday shopping frenzy in The Hague

    3 stabbed during Black Friday shopping frenzy in The Hague

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    Police spokeswoman Marije Kuiper told The Associated Press on Friday that it was still too early to say whether there was a terror motive behind the attack in the Dutch city. There was no hint of panic among the public soon after the stabbing. As of the time of publication, it was also unknown if the Friday attack had any relationship to the earlier stabbing in London, which authorities say is being treated as a terrorist attack.
  • Hong Kong police seize roughly 4,000 petrol bombs on university campus

    Hong Kong police seize roughly 4,000 petrol bombs on university campus

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    This was followed by South Korea's Kospi index (KOSPI) and Japan's Nikkei 225 (N225) moving down 0.1% and 0.4%, respectively. China banked on Trump not signing the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act - which, among other things, imposes sanctions on Chinese officials found to violate Hong Kongers' human rights - in order to move trade negotiations forward.
  • Turkey dismisses Macron's Syria criticism

    Turkey dismisses Macron's Syria criticism

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    The plan had included recognising the People's Protection Units (YPG), the main component of the umbrella Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), as a terrorist threat to Turkey. Leaders are chipping in over the place they stand nearly about the navy pact simply 4 days earlier than NATO's 2019 London Summit. Mr macron speaking at a press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, in the week before the leaders of the alliance met in the United Kingdom for the 70th anniversary of her.
  • Germany's Merkel says it's essential to preserve North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

    Germany's Merkel says it's essential to preserve North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

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    These remarks come ahead of NATO's December summit in London. Speaking later to Europe 1 radio Stoltenberg said that if Macron requested NATO's help the alliance would consider the appeal "very seriously". But yesterday he said he was glad his recent comments have acted as a "wake-up call" and that it was "irresponsible" to just talk about financial and technical matters.