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Do you ever have any question about anything you wish to ask and get answer? "And there are many things about which Donald Trump is wrong". Here's what Khan had said in a television interview on the BBC Sunday evening: "Londoners will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days".
  • Deadly casino attack fuels Philippines security concerns

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    He later committed suicide, while most of the victims reportedly died not of gunshot wounds, but due to suffocation caused by the fires. A masked gunman set fire to a gaming room at a casino in the Philippine capital, igniting a toxic blaze, authorities said.
  • Passengers React to Proposed Air Traffic Control Plan

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    The Federal Aviation Administration is in charge of guiding and tracking airplanes. Sources who spoke to NBC Bay Area said the plan could help provide a more reliable funding source for air traffic control but worry almost one-third of the country's certified controllers could opt to retire with little warning if they don't like what they see.
  • New French president promises tough talk at first Putin meeting

    New French president promises tough talk at first Putin meeting

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    The leaders' first handshakes — relatively brief and cordial — after Putin climbed out of his limousine at Versailles were far less macho than Macron's now famous who-will-blink-first handshake showdown with President Donald Trump when the two leaders met for the first time last week.
  • Major attacks on Afghan capital in previous year

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    Islamic State, a smaller militant group in Afghanistan seeking to project its claim to a global Islamic caliphate beyond its Middle East base, has previously claimed responsibility for high-profile attacks in Kabul , including one on a military hospital in March that killed more than 50 people.
  • Sen. Mark Warner calls alleged Trump pressure on Comey

    Sen. Mark Warner calls alleged Trump pressure on Comey "unthinkable"

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    U.S. Senators said Former FBI Director James Comey will be grilled on whether President Donald Trump tried to get him to back off an investigation, into alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. After Comey's dismissal, news reports emerged that Trump asked Comey to end the probe into former national security adviser Michael Flynn during a February meeting in the Oval Office, the day after Flynn was sacked for misrepresenting his contacts with the Russian ...
  • Kellyanne Conway's husband takes shot at President Trump's tweets

    Kellyanne Conway's husband takes shot at President Trump's tweets

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    In fact, the appellate court opinion quoted generously from Trump's campaign trail statements, in which he called for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States". In court briefs, DOJ lawyers have said the orders are "religion-neutral" in operation, drawing "distinctions among countries based on national-security risks identified by Congress and the Executive Branch, not religion, and applies evenhandedly in the six designated countries".
  • Derick Almena transferred to Alameda County Jail

    Derick Almena transferred to Alameda County Jail

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    Almena also encouraged residents, who paid $350 to $1,400 to live and work out of the space, to use unconventional materials to create their living spaces. He is being represented by attorneys J. Tony Serra, Jeffrey Krasnoff and Kyndra Miller. "I'm a proud man", he said. The families have filed separate legal claims - precursors to lawsuits against government entities - against the city of Oakland, Alameda County and the state of California.
  • World leaders condemn Trump over climate accord

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    He declined to give a straight answer not once, not twice, but three times. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt and White House press secretary Sean Spicer had several opportunities to share the president's current thinking on the issue.
  • Some Palestinian ex-prisoners in Gaza say their salaries withheld

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    The anniversary of the Six Day War has highlighted the divisions within Israeli society, where many on the right will celebrate the existing political reality that a peace agreement with the Palestinians seems now unrealistic, while others are calling for a renewed push to find a negotiated settlement.
  • Dhaka upset at US' withdrawal from Paris deal

    Dhaka upset at US' withdrawal from Paris deal

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    UNFCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa said her organization "welcomes the determination and commitment from such a wealth and array of cities, states, businesses and other groups in the United States to fast forward climate action and emissions reductions in support of the Paris Climate Change Agreement".
  • BA boss: Human error could be to blame for IT shutdown

    BA boss: Human error could be to blame for IT shutdown

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    IAG has commissioned an "independent company to conduct a full investigation" into the IT crash and is "happy to disclose details" of its findings, Mr Walsh said. However, some experts say that blaming a power surge is too simplistic. BA was accused of greed after the GMB union suggested the issue could have been prevented if the airline had not cut "hundreds of dedicated and loyal" IT staff and contracted the work to India a year ago.