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May's said she spoke to Trump by phone "and told him that the U.K. believes in the Paris agreement and that we didn't want the United States to leave the Paris agreement". "This president has said that we truly need an all-of-the-above approach", Pruitt said. Zhan said how Trump's decision would impact others still depended on whether other countries would follow suit, adding, most countries had already adopted policies pertaining to the Paris accord.
  • Putin denies having compromising information on Trump

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin got into a heated exchange with NBC News anchor Megyn Kelly on Sunday after Kelly asked him to address the growing controversy involving President Donald Trump and his associates' ties to Russia. "If Mr Flynn and I had this kind of interaction, while you and I, we have spent an entire day together, and Mr Flynn was sacked from his job, you then should be arrested and put in jail", the president joked.
  • Reports of an explosion at an apartment building in Brighton

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    Police then confirmed they were dealing with fatal shooting, as well as a hostage situation. It's understood a man was shot dead in the foyer of a serviced apartment building in the affluent beachside suburb of Brighton just after 4pm before the shooter took a woman hostage.
  • Run, Hide, Tell? London attack response likely saved lives

    Run, Hide, Tell? London attack response likely saved lives

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    Neighbors at the site of one raid in Barking said a man who lived there resembled one of the attackers shown in news photographs. The four women, whose faces were covered as they left the building, were escorted by officers into the back of two waiting police vans and then driven away.
  • Theresa May's lead over Labour falls ahead of vote

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    But we also have to have a relationship with the rest of the world, we have to maintain that close connection between the universities and industries. You have to think these things through. There were dozens of seats "switching between us and them in key battlegrounds", a senior strategist for the Conservatives told Business Insider.
  • Trump criticizes London mayor after latest attack on city

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    The Prime Minister cut police manpower by 20,000 despite warnings that this would undermine safety, said Mr Corbyn, who has promised to recruit an additional 10,000 officers and 1,000 security service agents if he wins power on June 8. Police told people to avoid the area, leaving tourists and revelers struggling to get home. They want their violence to overwhelm our right to vote in a fair and peaceful election and to go about our lives freely.
  • Khadi yarn, Gandhi topi, national flag exempt from GST

    Khadi yarn, Gandhi topi, national flag exempt from GST

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    Apart from this, the GST Council, in the definition of puja samagri, made a decision to exempt religious items such as vibhuti, mala, panchgavya, rudraksh, sacred thread and wooden khadau from GST. The council comprising federal and state government representatives is preparing the landmark tax measure. Also, input tax credit can be claimed for gold jewellery manufacture.
  • Cleveland Fires The Police Officer Who Shot And Killed Tamir Rice

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    As the Plain Dealer reported last month, CIRC already "found no fault in the officers' actions leading up to, during and after the November 22, 2014 shooting at Cudell Recreation Center on Cleveland's West Side". Tamir Rice's mother, Samira Rice, said today she is relieved that Loehmann was sacked but believes Garmback should also have been terminated. The officers' union said it was challenging the discipline, while Tamir's mother said both officers should have been fired.
  • Trump slams Germany trade deficit, defense shortfall

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    Responding to a question, Modi said India and Germany were "made for each other". They wonder why the leader of Germany's most influential worldwide ally seems more willing to criticize their country than nations with questionable human rights records .
  • After hot Friday, Delhi set to see hotter Saturday

    After hot Friday, Delhi set to see hotter Saturday

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    At present, the maximum in the Palam observatory in Delhi settled at a whopping 47 degrees which happens to be not one or two but a massive six notches above the normal levels. While Shimla sizzled at 30.1 degrees Celsius, heat wave conditions prevailed in Jammu at 43.3 degrees Celsius. Also, winds from the Sindh and Rajasthan region have been blowing over the city which are already hot and dry in nature.