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The argument that leaving the Paris agreement will jeopardize America's global leadership also seems overblown. But the Paris agreement is not as polarising as other climate change issues , and a recent poll by Yale University found that nearly half of Mr Trump's supporters think the USA should take part in the agreement.
  • Macron Explains Tense Handshake With Trump, Calls It 'Moment Of Truth'

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    He succeeded, but just barely. The newly elected president said the fierce handshake during their first official meeting on Thursday was " a moment of truth ", in an interview with Le Journal du Dimanche . But the fact that he sent guidance back to Paris was not surprising since there have been reports about how European leaders were gearing up for meeting The Donald.
  • London police arrest more suspects in bridge attack

    London police arrest more suspects in bridge attack

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    Prime Minister Theresa May says 11 people remain in custody for possible connections to the attack. The three attackers rammed a van into pedestrians on London Bridge and stabbed others nearby before they were shot dead by police. Trudeau said Canada would stand with the U.K.in the fight against terrorism. Opposition leader Andrew Scheer said in a written statement Sunday that Canada and the United Kingdom have historically stood "shoulder to shoulder" against threats.
  • Amit Shah meets Christian bishops in Kerala

    Amit Shah meets Christian bishops in Kerala

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    Vijayan further said that the Centre's new rule is an impermissible encroachment into the domain of the State Legislatures which is a clear 'violation of the spirit of federalism'. He is scheduled to chair several party meetings and interact with bishops as part of his efforts to win over a section of Christians. Rathwa said he has been a BJP worker for over two decades, and exuded confidence that the effort to expand party's presence in two booths in his village will ensure its victory in ...
  • France's Macron, Alongside Putin, Denounces Two Russian Media For Election Meddling

    France's Macron, Alongside Putin, Denounces Two Russian Media For Election Meddling

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    The agreement on establishing de-escalation zones in Syria is an "extremely important milestone" for peace, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said. Putin, however, made his preferences in the French presidential election clear by hosting Le Pen at the Kremlin in March - part of Russia's efforts to reach out to nationalist and anti-globalist forces in a hope of boosting their influence in the West.
  • Breitbart writer out after inflammatory tweets following London attack

    Breitbart writer out after inflammatory tweets following London attack

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    Meanwhile Saavedra was blasted after tweeting: 'People think I'm kidding when I say this but the crusades need to come back'. "You're a real moron", Vahdat tweeted at McHugh. (I would argue that McHugh was improbably outdone in that department by her colleague Ryan Saavedra, who opined after the attacks that "the Crusades need to come back" before cravenly deleting the tweet in question, because when courageous, no-filter truth-tellers like him suddenly face public opprobrium, they nearly ...
  • ISIS Claims Responsiblity for London Terrorist Attack

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    How did the attack unfold? He said he thought it was more like a business address than a property where people live. "It looked like he was aiming for groups of people". The Islamic State group claimed responsibility. People lie on the ground after being detained by police at Elizabeth Fry apartments in Barking, east London , which officers raided on Sunday.
  • British PM Theresa May's Conservatives make gains in local elections

    British PM Theresa May's Conservatives make gains in local elections

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    UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn rejected suggestions that he was a pacifist, insisting on Friday that he would approve military action as a last resort. "So no more hand-holding with Donald Trump; a Labour government will conduct a robust and independent foreign policy made in London ", he will say.
  • Eleven nations, including New Zealand, agree to salvage Trans-Pacific Partnership

    Eleven nations, including New Zealand, agree to salvage Trans-Pacific Partnership

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    Asked why the United States was against using language opposing protectionism, he said it favored free trade, but would defend against unfair trade. This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. On the sidelines of the Apec meeting, Lighthizer held a series of one-on-one meetings with key partners, reflecting the push for bilateral deals. Malaysia and Vietnam had set to benefit hugely from greater access to U.S.
  • Palmer Luckey makes the jump from VR industry to surveillance technology

    Palmer Luckey makes the jump from VR industry to surveillance technology

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    Peter Thiel, a tech advisor to President Trump, is planning to support Luckey's new company with investment from his fund, the Times' report noted. The Times obtained this info via anonymous sources, but Luckey did confirm a new venture to the Times over email, "We need a new kind of defense company, one that will save taxpayer dollars while creating superior technology to keep our troops and citizens safer".
  • UAE, Saudi Arabia halt white sugar exports to Qatar - trade sources

    UAE, Saudi Arabia halt white sugar exports to Qatar - trade sources

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    Download our online chat with Col. Brandon Pearce, chief information security officer for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. "On the other hand, one may equally draw the conclusion that the position of Qatar's gulf neighbours has hardened relative to 2014, and that Qatar would need to do a lot more to satisfy them", he pointed out .