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Protests against President Nicolas Maduro have killed nearly 60 people and the collapse of Venezuela's economy has left millions of people struggling to eat, as opposition leaders accuse Goldman Sachs of financing dictatorship in the troubled South American nation.
  • London bridges fitted with barriers after terror attacks

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    She had attended Calgary's Mount Royal University where one of her teachers described her as an "academically strong" student who really found a home in her field, working with homeless people. Police in Ireland are investigating, and have been trying to establish whether he travelled to Syria. "These are cowardly attacks on defenceless people and they will never succeed".
  • British police reveal names of London attackers, say one investigated before

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    He also used the name Rachid Elkhdar, with a different date of birth. She declared Sunday, "Enough is enough", and demanded stepped up action against suspected terrorists-above all by strengthening the police and security services. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian was due to visit Britain on Monday to speak to the injured French nationals. Mohammed Shafiq of the Manchester-based Ramadhan Foundation, an anti-extremism group, says that he believes he was verbally assaulted by Butt in ...
  • Qatar stock suffers fall as nations sever links

    Qatar stock suffers fall as nations sever links

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    The focus on gas set it apart from its oil producing neighbors in the Gulf Cooperation Council and allowed it to break from domination by Saudi Arabia, which in Monday's statement of complaint described Qataris as an "extension of their brethren in the Kingdom" as it cut off diplomatic relations and closed the border.
  • 18 still in critical condition after London Bridge attack

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    Police said on Monday they had released all 12 people arrested in the neighbourhood on Sunday without charge. A new search was underway Tuesday in Ilford, just north of Barking. A book of condolence, already signed by Prime Minister Theresa May , will also open on Tuesday at Southwark Council's headquarters in Tooley Street.
  • Scandinavian leaders condemn Egypt Copts attack

    Scandinavian leaders condemn Egypt Copts attack

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    Islamic State claimed responsibility for the incident - the fourth deadly attack targeting Christians since December a year ago when a suicide bomber struck a chapel next to St Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Cairo , killing 29 people.
  • Hillary slams Trump over tweet on London Mayor

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    Trump was criticized for the tweet, but Monday morning he dived right back into the controversy: "Pathetic excuse by London Mayor Sadiq Khan who had to think fast on his 'no reason to be alarmed" statement. However, Mr Khan's comment had been part of a statement about increased police presence. Trump asked in a separate tweet. On Monday, opponents of Trump's travel ban lashed out based on this tweet from the president: "People, the lawyers and the courts can call it whatever they want, ...
  • Husband of White House adviser says Trump tweets hurting legal case

    Husband of White House adviser says Trump tweets hurting legal case

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    Trump's first comment after the attack came late Saturday on Twitter. "He's concerned with national security". Zapotosky provided no further explanation as to how "travel ban" conveyed religious bias against Muslims. Defending the executive order - which is a revision of a stricter one signed in Trump's first days as president - has been such a delicate process that lawyers for the Justice Departments have frequently avoided using the words "travel ban" in legal briefs .
  • Court seeks police reply on bail plea of accused : Symbol case

    Court seeks police reply on bail plea of accused : Symbol case

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    The minister's statement came just few hours after Dinakaran asserted that he would surely engage in party work and accused senior leaders of not advancing the initiative for merger between the two rival AIADMK groups. The rally was a show of strength that Dinakaran and Sasikala still have in the party. He mocked at Jayakumar for taking up "sky-high" powers of the party general secretary.
  • India launches GSAT-19 from its new, heaviest rocket

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    The Indian Space Research Organisation on Monday launched the GSAT-19 satellite, one of the heaviest communication satellites, with the GSLV MK III-D1 rocket. It could even mean manned mission by India into space. India has long worked towards developing its own cryogenic engine, the upper stage engine technology required to carry heavier communication satellites, as showcased in Monday's launch.