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Albayalde said Sunday the confirmed identification of the assailant proved the initial police theory was correct. Albayalde said the man had sold off property to support his gambling habit of at least several years, including a vehicle. "They will kill people for nothing, not even for a reason". Shortly afterwards, he dons a black ski mask, slips on an ammunition vest and pulls an M4 carbine assault rifle out of his backpack at the Resorts World Manila complex.
  • Putin tells NBC: US hackers could have framed Russia in election hack

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    The Russian leader lamented what he described as "Russo-phobic hysteria" in the US that makes it "somewhat inconvenient to work with one another or even to talk", adding that "someday this will have to stop". Putin attributed the accusations of Russian interference to the Democrats' anger over losing the vote, adding that Trump won because he has been more successful in his campaign.
  • London Bridge Terror Attack Scene & Victims

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    British police said they were dealing with three incidents near London Bridge Saturday night. BBC reporter Holly Jones was at the bridge when the van came through and reported the van veered off the road and into crowds of people. The white van then continued to drive to Borough Market. But they said later that turned out to be an unrelated stabbing. Husband and wife Ben and Natalie told BBC Radio 5 Live they were outside Borough Market when they witnessed the incident there.
  • Democrats Plot 'Revolution' to Circumvent Trump's Paris Decision

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    Some at the rally said other issues mattered more to them than the climate pact - starting with building a wall on the Mexican border. In recent years, in fact, it has worked to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. They were far smaller than some of the earlier anti-Trump protests. Former Secretary of State John Kerry ripped President Trump's decision to abandon the Paris climate deal yesterday, arguing it could be "the most self-defeating action in American history".
  • Venezuela Gasps On Capitalist Bond Buying: Goldman & Spin

    Venezuela Gasps On Capitalist Bond Buying: Goldman & Spin

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    Goldman Sachs said the bond purchase was based on expectations that things in Venezuela will get better. President Maduro plans to set up a constituent assembly to rewrite the constitution as a way out of the political crisis that broke out after the Supreme Court briefly took over legislative powers from the opposition-controlled National Assembly.
  • Does Trump Believe In Climate Change? White House Won't Say

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    Friday's development came a day after President Donald Trump announced a United States withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement . When pressed about whether or not Spicer would be able to have a conversation with Trump about his views on climate science before the next press briefing, Spicer again demurred.
  • Philippine airstrike kills 11 soldiers in besieged city

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    The Maute group laid siege of Marawi City last week on May 23 amid a government operation to capture Isnilon Hapilon , the supposed leader of IS in Southeast Asia. Padilla said the military has ordered an investigation of the friendly fire, which reflects the difficulty faced by government forces to contain the insurrection despite their overwhelming number and firepower.
  • Civilians killed while fleeing Islamic State in Mosul

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    Popular Mobilisation is steered by neighbouring Shiite regional power Iran , an adversary of the USA, but is playing a part in the campaign to defeat ISIL, an enemy of both, in Mosul and the surrounding province of Nineveh. Iran has helped to train and organise thousands of Shi'ite militiamen from Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan in Syria's war. Attacks on ISIS targets by US-led coalition forces have killed 484 civilians since mid-2014, the U.S.
  • The White House's Contradictory Message on Kushner

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    Greenblatt said that Kushner deserved much of the credit for Trump's trip last week to the Middle East. "Jared put together all the moving parts", Greenblatt told the Times . Kislyak, whose name has been embroiled in the U.S. media over his contacts with President Donald Trump's team during the 2016 presidential campaign, said Moscow had patience to wait it out.
  • Kiwi injured in London terror attacks

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    She was at home when she heard a loud commotion outside and later learnt that the London terror attacks had taken place directly outside her apartment. NPR's Frank Langfitt says that the bridge is closed in both directions and that officials are asking people to stay away from the area. MANILA, Philippines ( Updated 5:20 p.m.) -The Department of Foreign Affairs on Sunday said the Philippines strongly condemns the attacks in London .
  • Trump expected to delay US embassy move to Jerusalem

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    That would appear to be the clearest reversal yet of a major Trump campaign promise. "No one should consider this step in any way a retreat from the president's strong support for Israel", the White House said in a statement . Israelis and Palestinians view the ancient city with great importance. The pro-Western kingdom had warned that such a move was a "red line" that it would bolster extremists if crossed.