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The Senate intelligence committee is back in the national spotlight for two days of blockbuster hearings and following news that relations between President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions had reached a boiling point surrounding his recusal from the Justice Department's Russian Federation investigation.
  • Claimed Attacks on Iran's Parliament, Shrine Kill 12

    Claimed Attacks on Iran's Parliament, Shrine Kill 12

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    In an unusual move, the group also released a short video that it said was taken by one of the attackers inside parliament. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for both the attacks. Two civilian visitors and one security officer were injured in the attack, reported news agency Mehr quoting MP Elias Hazrati. Islamic State has often urged its fighters to attack Iranian targets and lambasted "heretic" Shi'ite Iran for helping the Syrian and Iraqi governments battle Islamic ...
  • Islamic State claims attacks on Iran's parliament, shrine

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    The attackers who entered Iran's parliament building on Wednesday were dressed as women, said Iran's Deputy Interior Minister Hossein Zolfaghari, APA's Tehran bureau reported. Despite unconfirmed reports of a hostage situation, state television said parliament had resumed, and broadcast footage of what it said was the opening session proceeding normally.
  • Five killed in workplace shooting in Orlando

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    The Italian company released a statement Tuesday calling the shooting an "unspeakable attack upon our loved ones and employees". Fiamma supplies awnings and related parts to RV dealers across the United States and Canada and also sells directly to customers.
  • Putin Denies Having Damaging Information on Trump

    Putin Denies Having Damaging Information on Trump

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    During the interview , Kelly touched on the intelligence community's findings that Russian Federation was behind an elaborate campaign, which included hacking and the dissemination of fake news, created to hurt Hillary Clinton and help Donald Trump win the presidency.
  • Qatar says Saudi-led move to bar citizens breach of rights

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    In a twitter message Trump has termed the Arab States decision as their support for terrorism. This is evidenced not only by a series of tweets defending Riyadh's actions, which he said he hoped would "be the beginning of the end to the horror of terrorism" but also by a large weapons deal with Saudi Arabia secured during Trump's recent trip to the kingdom.
  • Italian police warned of London attacker

    Italian police warned of London attacker

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    Ms Collina, who had been due to visit her son in London next week to mark the end of Ramadan, said she found out about the attack on the internet and tried to contact Zaghba, 22. Redouane had not aroused any suspicions. KFC spokeswoman Jules Pars said Wednesday that Butt worked there in 2015. Neighbours described Butt as an avid weightlifter.
  • Iran state media says 12 killed in twin attacks

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    The tomb houses the body of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the Islamic Republic's founder and first supreme leader, and it is a popular destination for tourists and pilgrims. The report said one of the assailants had been killed, another had blown himself up and a third one has been injured. Iran's Intelligence Ministry on Wednesday said in a statement that another terrorist team was busted before doing any operation in Tehran .
  • Kuwait tries to mediate crisis between Qatar, Arab nations

    Kuwait tries to mediate crisis between Qatar, Arab nations

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    Saudi Arabia's central bank advised banks in the kingdom not to trade with Qatari banks in Qatari riyals, banking sources said. "They said they would take a hard line on funding. Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have revoked the licences of Qatar Airways and ordered its offices to close. They accused the tiny Gulf state of harbouring extremist groups and suggested Qatari support for the agenda of Saudi Arabia's regional arch-rival Iran.
  • Oil rebounds, finds support after sliding below US$47 a barrel

    Oil rebounds, finds support after sliding below US$47 a barrel

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    Shale has put American capital and labour to work, a huge domestic political dividend, after price of crude oil from Opec nations soared past $49 a barrel since the 14-member countries agreed since November 2016 on a production cut. American crude production will average more than 10 million barrels a day in 2018, breaking a record nearly five decades old, according to the Energy Information Administration's monthly Short-Term Energy Outlook report Tuesday.