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The Spirit is the first gift of the Risen Lord, and is given above all for the forgiveness of sins", Pope Francis said. Jesus their master who rose from the dead and had never abandoned them . Then the question is who/what is the Holy Spirit? In France, it is tradition to blow trumpets during Mass to recall the sound of the driving wind of the Holy Spirit.
  • British PM May seen 13 seats short of majority - YouGov

    British PM May seen 13 seats short of majority - YouGov

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    Sterling plunged in the wake of a YouGov poll showing that Mrs May's once commanding lead had been wiped out and the Conservatives would fall short of the required seats for an overall majority. The model's bleak projection for the Conservatives reflected the company's latest headline voting intention figures, which gave the party the support of 42 percent, just four percentage points ahead of Labour on 38 percent.
  • Sanders Slams Trump For Insulting Germany

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    And it was further inflamed Tuesday at 6:40 a.m. Washington time when Trump fired a white-hot shot straight at Berlin's glass-and-concrete chancellery. For almost two years the conventional wisdom has been that Chancellor Angela Merkel might lose power in elections this September because she had suffered so much political damage after letting in about one million refugees from the Middle East and South Asia.
  • London Bridge Terror Attack Condemned By Theresa May

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    Seven people were killed when three jihadis mowed down several people on London Bridge before launching a vile stabbing attack in Borough Market. One of the injured is an officer from British Transport Police who was stabbed after responding to the incident.
  • Cyclone flattens Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh

    Cyclone flattens Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh

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    At Kutupalong camp, which I am visiting now, some 60-70 percent of the plastic roofs have been blown away. A United Nations official working with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh said the damage in the camps could not be assessed while the storm was raging.
  • Australia 'comfortable' with security following London attacks

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    Britain's Sun newspaper said seven people were feared killed and two attackers were shot dead by police near London Bridge , but there was no immediate confirmation of this. Prime Minister Theresa May has been briefed on the incident and will hold an emergency meeting with members of the government on Sunday. Police said in a statement that the arrests were made Sunday morning in Barking by counterterrorism officers.
  • India, France Pledge to Take Paris Accord Forward

    India, France Pledge to Take Paris Accord Forward

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    Emmanuel Macron and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi pledged to work together on terrorism and climate change at their first bilateral meeting in Paris on Saturday. "In the fight for our planet, we plan to work side-by-side", Macron said. In a sign that France intends to lead resistance to Trump on climate change the foreign ministry on Friday published a pointed rebuttal of his claims about the Paris deal on Twitter.
  • London terror attack: Six dead, 20 injured

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    Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick earlier told reporters: "We believe the threat that they posed was neutralised". The London ambulance service said at least 30 people had been taken to six hospitals across the city. Back in March, four people were killed when Khalid Masood drove his Hyundai auto into people on Westminster Bridge before stabbing PC Keith Palmer inside the grounds of the Palace of Westminster.
  • Six killed in London terror attack

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    The London Bridge station has been closed "at the request of police" following what has been described as a "major police incident". Theresa May is facing pressure to postpone the General Election in the wake of the London terror attack .
  • India making billions for signing Paris deal

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    We remain committed to the Paris Agreement . In announcing the nation's withdrawal from the accord Thursday, Trump argued that the climate agreement negotiated under President Barack Obama was unfair to USA workers. "This decision can not and will not hold back those of use who feel obliged to protect our earth", Ms Merkel said in a brief statement in Berlin. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called Trump's decision "absolutely shocking" and said May not being part of the G7 ...
  • After test, US says missile defenses are outpacing ICBM threat

    After test, US says missile defenses are outpacing ICBM threat

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    The test launch, the first of its kind since 2014, was seen from miles away as smoke and fire accompanied the blastoff. To date, North Korea has carried out three underground nuclear tests. The mock missile used in the test simulated the speed of an ICBM, similar to the North Korean missile fired off on Monday. Pentagon officials confirmed that the ground-base defense missile system had intercepted the dummy intercontinental ballistic missile fired from Marshal Islands in the Pacific ...
  • May's Conservatives send new mixed message on tax as United Kingdom election nears

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    The document said it was the Tories' "firm intention to reduce taxes on Britain's businesses and working families" but did not repeat David Cameron's "triple tax lock" which ruled out increases in income tax, VAT and National Insurance. Her party's lead over the opposition Labour Party was in a range of 1-12 percentage points, according to six polls published on Saturday. Just days before polls open, May's campaign sent conflicting messages on taxation for top earners, an issue which the ...