• Apple's CEO admits to Assisting the UK Government with Recent Terrorist Investigations

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    Seven people were killed and 48 injured when three attackers ploughed a van into pedestrians before stabbing punters at nearby bars and restaurants in London Bridge on Saturday night. Cook, however, clarified that providing metadata is different from breaking encryption. Cook said he will continue to advise the president on matters that are important to him and the USA, such as the Paris climate accord.
  • Putin Tells Qatar's Emir Russia Wants Diplomatic Solution to Crises

    Putin Tells Qatar's Emir Russia Wants Diplomatic Solution to Crises

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    Qatar vehemently denies the accusations against it. Trump's tweets raise questions about whether he either implictly or actively encouraged Saudi Arabia and the UAE to isolate Qatar during his trip to Riyadh two weeks ago, said Helima Croft, global head of commodities strategy at RBC Capital Markets.
  • London mayor tells AP he doesn't care about Trump tweets

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    If Theresa May has an opinion about Bill de Blasio she's kept it to herself, though the Prime Minister was compelled to say Mr. Khan is "doing a good job". Hillary Clinton, defeated by Trump in November, also questioned why the US president would seek to damage a relationship with an ally, according to the Baltimore Sun.
  • Two days from election, May's record on security in focus after attack

    Two days from election, May's record on security in focus after attack

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    Butt was a British citizen born in Pakistan and was already known to police and Britain's domestic spy agency MI5, London's police force said . After police named two of the attackers and revealed that one was previously known to security agencies, May's Conservative Party faced further questions about her record overseeing cuts to police numbers.
  • Schumer: Where's The Outrage Over Embassy Waiver?

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    The Palestinians claim east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state, while Israel has declared the entire city as its capital. The White House issued a statement where it said Trump's decision isn't to be considered "a retreat from the president's strong support for Israel" and its coalition with the United States.
  • Accused leaker shared harsh opinions on Trump before arrest

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    Winner's arrest was announced on Monday, shortly after The Intercept published the apparent leaked document. "As the Senate continues to investigate the full extent of Russia's attack on our election system, it is vital that we have all of the information necessary to ensure that future elections are safeguarded from foreign interference", she added.
  • Pakistan pride at stake against SA

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    India have never lost to Pakistan in 11 World Cup and World Twenty20 meetings over the years. Put in to bat first in a rain-hit encounter, openers Rohit Sharma (91) and Shikhar Dhawan (68) provided their side with a flawless start as the duo not only blasted half-century each but they also went on to stitch a huge 136-run stand, thus making them the most successful opening pair in the history of the eight-team marquee event.
  • Trump wishes ex-FBI boss 'luck' for blockbuster testimony

    Trump wishes ex-FBI boss 'luck' for blockbuster testimony

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    Comey's most recent appearances before Congress delivered political bombshells including public confirmation that the Russian Federation probe extended to whether anyone close to Trump colluded with Moscow, as well as the FBI chief's defense of his decisions in the Clinton email investigation.
  • Climate action continues despite USA withdrawal

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    Meanwhile, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday, in a reply to Trump's comment said that India signed the agreement with an objective to safeguard the environment and not because of any external pressure or greed. Former US secretary of state John Kerry, an architect of the Paris climate accord , Sunday blasted President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the agreement to cut carbon emissions.
  • US missile defense chief visits THAAD site in South Korea

    US missile defense chief visits THAAD site in South Korea

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    South Korea's presidential office Cheong Wa Dae said the ongoing deployment of the US missile defense system THAAD here should be suspended at least for now, also confirming the USA defense system should be subject to a full-blown environmental impact assessment.