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But speaking to reporters at the White House, Pruitt declined to directly answer questions about whether the president still believed global warming was "a hoax ". He said the U.S. decision to leave the Paris Agreement was a "big mistake", bigger than its failure to ratify the previous worldwide climate deal, the Kyoto Protocol, because the new agreement - which covers all countries - was fairer.
  • Putin says he's certain that Syria's Assad didn't use chemical weapons

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    Flexing his diplomatic muscles, French President Emmanuel Macron says he has had "extremely frank, direct" talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin , pushing for cooperation on Syria and against the Islamic State group. "Our absolute priority is the fight against terrorism and the eradication of terrorist groups and Daesh in particular", he said, using an alternate name for IS, which has claimed several deadly attacks in France.
  • Tories in 'chaos' over tax policies, Labour and Lib Dems claim

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    For Mr Jeremy Corbyn , the divisive and at times embattled leftist leader of Britain's main opposition party, things looked grim. He said he would, and added: "We will invest properly in our police service, we will invest properly in our armed services, the numbers in the armed services have gone down, the navy are crying out for more ships, the air force are crying out for more surveillance aircraft".
  • India united ahead of Pakistan clash: Kohli

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    Khan asked the players to put up an indomitable fight and play the arch-rivals with confidence. ICC Champions Trophy 2017 India v Pakistan Match Prediction Made live Here by Team Quintdaily. "We don't know what's going on", Pakistan coach Arthur, also speaking at Edgbaston, told reporters. If picked, teenage legspinner Shadab Khan will play India in only his ninth global match , but when he was asked about this momentous game of incredible national and geopolitical ...
  • Harry Sterling: Alienating NATO could backfire on Trump

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel's pithy observation on Sunday that Europeans "really must take our fate into our own hands" following President Donald Trump's first visit to Europe last week may prove a blip in history. States such as Poland and Hungary agree more with Trump than with Germany on many issues. But how, and how well, it will function as US leadership recedes is unclear.
  • Hugo Chavez's childhood home burned by anti-government protesters in Venezuela

    Hugo Chavez's childhood home burned by anti-government protesters in Venezuela

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    The most recent working class who chose to join the demonstrations from Caracas against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is the medical staff. In a move set to further inflame the opposition, Maduro said the constitutional body would sit in the chamber of the National Assembly legislature-the only state institution nominally controlled by his opponents.
  • Philippine military launches new air raids in Islamist battle

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    Shortly after the violence erupted President Rodrigo Duterte imposed martial law across the southern region of Mindanao, home to 20 million people, to quell what he said was an IS bid to establish a base in the mainly Catholic Philippines. "This thing that we see today is the first time that any terror organization in Southeast Asia has taken the bold step to actually overtake an entire territory", said Jasminder Singh, a senior terrorism analyst at the S.
  • A Defiant Kathy Griffin Vows To Continue Criticizing Trump

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    Griffin shared a photo and a video from the shoot prompting CNN to fire Griffin from her decade-long gig hosting a New Year's Eve special with Anderson Cooper . "I was wrong", she said. "I just want to make people laugh, that's all I want to do, so I screwed up", she said. What do you think of Griffin's career taking a bad turn? "You're assuming that everything that Trump says is true, and in fact, we know that everything Trump says is false", she said.
  • UK Conservative Party halts election campaign

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    More than 30 victims are being treated at London hospitals and a number of others suffered less serious injuries. Seven people have died and at least 48 have been injured following a terrorist attack in London , less than two weeks after the suicide bombing on the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
  • London attack: Six killed in vehicle and stabbing incidents

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    An eyewitness told CNN he saw a van drive down the bridge at a high rate of speed, swerving toward pedestrians. BBC reporter Holly Jones was in the London Bridge area when the van attack occurred. Police have opened a casualty bureau line for people concerned about loved ones on 0800 0961 233. We are all shocked and angry today - but this is our city.