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McInnes yesterday hit back at the Portuguese's freakish comments and told Caixinha to worry about his own job and that involved beating Celtic. "I think Derek has done a fantastic job and he's right Rangers should finish above Aberdeen and he should not be talking about what Aberdeen are doing, about cycles".
  • Trump acknowledges 'facts' shared with Russian envoys

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    At least some (although apparently not all ) of the information Israel gave the us about the plot was so secret that it was not shared with our other closest allies, such as the United Kingdom and Canada. He also noted that the US and Turkey work alongside each other at the United Nations, NATO and the Group of 20 developed and developing countries. "The president in no way undermined sources or methods in the course of this conversation", he said.
  • Donald Trump hits back over Russian information sharing

    Donald Trump hits back over Russian information sharing

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    The pattern continued this week, with national security advisers giving one account of what Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office only to have the president himself revise it. Yesterday (May 15), it was reported that Donald Trump leaked classified intelligence about an ISIS plot involving laptops on airplanes during a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador Sergei Kislyak at the White House.
  • White House goes blue to honor nation's police officers

    White House goes blue to honor nation's police officers

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    As they waited for the vigil to start, the MI officer's daughter reached up and handed him a pencil-rubbing of his son's name. "You really feel like you want to do everything you can to take care of them", St. The first recorded was officer Newton Perkins of the Jackson Police Department, who died in July 1876. Norfolk Police chief constable Simon Bailey said: " When a police officer falls in the line of duty, their death is a reminder of the very real dangers they face, day in, day out, ...
  • Europol: Ransomware attack is of unprecedented level

    Europol: Ransomware attack is of unprecedented level

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    In addition to the UK's NHS, the WannaCrypt ransomware also hit Spain's Telefonica telco and other companies in Russia, Spain, Taiwan and Ukraine, according to the security firm Malwarebytes . Further reports have emerged about how the ransomware, which has gone on to impact users and businesses in more than 130,000 countries , became such a problem.
  • Arsene Wenger urges Arsenal fans to abandon boycott

    Arsene Wenger urges Arsenal fans to abandon boycott

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    Arsenal are now fifth in the table, three points behind fourth-placed Manchester City and four adrift of third-placed Liverpool, who have played a game more. Wenger explained the attendance with reference to it being "Tuesday night against Sunderland " and also repeatedly pointed out that his team now have 72 points; a tally that would already have guaranteed them second last season.
  • India rips up Pak at ICJ

    India rips up Pak at ICJ

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    After hearing the arguments of the two sides, the court said it will issue its order on Indias request for provisional measures “as soon as possible”. "It didn't present evidences in the International Court of Justice provided by Pakistan", he said. When asked about the US' stand on the case of Jadhav, a former Indian Navy officer who is facing the death poenalty in Pakistan, the official said, "We encourage India and Pakistan to engage in direct dialogue aimed at reducing tension".
  • North Korea missile program progressing faster than expected, Seoul says

    North Korea missile program progressing faster than expected, Seoul says

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    China Foreign Affairs University global relations professor Su Hao said North Korea had "to be held accountable and pay the price" for violating United Nations resolutions. Another aerospace engineering specialist, John Schilling, said the launch appeared to demonstrate an intermediate-range ballistic missile that could "reliably strike the USA base at Guam" in the Pacific.
  • Turkey's Erdogan Calls Arming Of Kurdish YPG 'Unacceptable' In Meeting With Trump

    Turkey's Erdogan Calls Arming Of Kurdish YPG 'Unacceptable' In Meeting With Trump

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    Erdogan called Trump his "dear friend" and made a point to congratulate the USA president on his "legendary triumph" over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. Ankara regards the YPG as simply the Syrian arm of the "terrorist" PKK, which has waged a deadly insurgency inside Turkey since 1984, and Erdogan is anxious his deadly enemy will find itself in charge of a USA -armed statelet on his southern frontier.