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Gargash said: "What he said in public, in tweets, is what is being said privately by American politicians, by European politicians, by Arab politicians". Qatar has denied the charges. While liberal compared to much of the Middle East, the UAE has tough cybercrime and slander laws under which people can be arrested, imprisoned and deported for taking photographs without the consent of those shown or being insulting.
  • Police identify lone gunman behind Philippine casino attack

    Police identify lone gunman behind Philippine casino attack

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    Even US President Donald J. Trump had described the incident in Manila as a "terrorist" attack, adding that Washington is "closely monitoring the situation". Albayalde said the incident is now a "closed case" with regards to the identity of the perpetrator. He had on a black jacket when he was dropped off at the casino on Friday at 12:07 a.m.by a taxi.
  • George and Amal Clooney welcome twins: a boy and a girl

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    George and Amal Clooney have welcomed twins Ella and Alexander Clooney. It was confirmed in February this year that the Oscar-winning actor-director and the worldwide human-rights lawyer were expecting their first kids. Being the charming joker we love him for, #GeorgeClooney said in a statement that his family was doing well and healthy. Congratulations are in order for George and Amal Clooney .
  • Trump wishes Comey luck as allies aim at lawman's credibility

    Trump wishes Comey luck as allies aim at lawman's credibility

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    But Coats is likely to be questioned extensively about the report on Wednesday morning, when he is scheduled to join acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe , National Security Agency Director Michael Rogers and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee .
  • Third London attacker was Moroccan-Italian: Italy intelligence source

    Third London attacker was Moroccan-Italian: Italy intelligence source

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    In the Saturday night rampage, the attackers first drove a rented van into a crowd and then jumped out and randomly stabbed people they encountered. NHS England says 36 people remain in hospital, with 18 in a critical condition. Butt , also known as Abu Zaitun, 27, appeared on Channel 4's The Jihadis Next Door and lived in Barking. Redouane had claimed to be Moroccan and Libyan.
  • Twelve arrested after London terror attacks released without charge

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    Dar said the last time he spoke to Butt it wasn't obvious that he had turned to radical Islamist beliefs. Police said 22-year-old Youssef Zaghba lived in east London and that his family has been notified, adding that he had not been considered to be a "subject of interest" to either police or the intelligence services.
  • UK police name third attacker as new search gets underway

    UK police name third attacker as new search gets underway

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    The second attacker was named as Rachid Redouane , aged 30, who also went by the identity Rachid Elkhdar and was not known to police. Saturday night in the United Kingdom, three men wearing what were later found to be fake suicide vests drove a van into crowds on London Bridge , then exited the van at Borough Market and began to stab people with blades, killing seven and injuring at least 48.
  • Majority of Republican voters say Trump tweets too much

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    Early in the administration, White House press secretary Sean Spicer outright scolded reporters for labeling Trump's plan a travel ban. "The tweeting makes everybody insane", said Trump's close friend Tom Barrack, chairman of Colony Northstar, at a Bloomberg conference in New York Tuesday.
  • The mysterious disappearance of Sean Spicer

    The mysterious disappearance of Sean Spicer

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    Asked how he would describe Mr. Trump's level of confidence in Mr. Sessions, Mr. Spicer said, "I have not had a discussion with him about that". Sanders said Spicer has more on his plate these days and couldn't brief the press because he was filling in as communications director.
  • London police arrest another attack suspect

    London police arrest another attack suspect

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    The three attackers used 12-inch knives to slash and stab people enjoying a Saturday night out, reportedly shouting "this is for Allah" during the rampage. "We did everything we could have done", he said. Amaq, an outlet affiliated with the so-called IS group, said the attacks were carried out by "a detachment of fighters from Islamic State ".
  • London Mayor Sadiq Khan: Cancel Trump's State Visit to the UK

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    During the U.S. presidential election campaign, Khan was among many people who spoke out against Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States, an idea he said would play into the hands of extremists. "There's no reason to be alarmed", he says. "One of the things that concerns me about the president's tweets this morning were he in effect is calling for a Muslim travel ban again, even though the courts have continued to turn that down", Senator Mark Warner, the top Democrat on ...
  • Cyclone Mora: Bangladesh tries to evacuate one million

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    Apart from the Rohingya shelters, at least 17,000 homes were damaged and many low-lying villages were inundated by a 1.3-meter (four feet) storm surge, officials said. Thousands of thatched huts in camps for Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar were also destroyed. An estimated 75,000 Muslim Rohingyas are believed to have fled to Bangladesh since the Burmese army launched an operation in response to insurgent attacks in October previous year.