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Reports in Arab media said Qatar planned to expel several Hamas officials, including Saleh al-Aruri, who is believed to be the leader of Hamas in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and who was previously kicked out of Turkey. "Qatar supports countries and people all over the Arab world". The request was detailed, said the source, and added that Hamas must desist from initiating any activity that will produce attacks.
  • James Comey Testifies At Senate Intelligence Committee Hearing

    James Comey Testifies At Senate Intelligence Committee Hearing

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    What time: The hearing begins at 10 a.m. ET. He also says he did not keep written memos of his interactions with Obama. Trump Jr posted repeatedly during the testimony, defending his father and attacking Comey. The confrontation came over the renewal of a domestic surveillance program whose legality Comey had strenuously questioned. The idea that the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation to defeat Hillary Clinton by now looks like a ghost story.
  • Intel Chiefs Refuse to Answer Trump-Russia Questions

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    Sheila Jackson Lee and Maxine Waters, as well as another well-known fired Justice Department official, Preet Bharara. That denial came in a one-to-one dinner on 27 January at the White House , Mr Comey will say, adding that he had a "very awkward conversation" with the president that evening.
  • London Bridge terror attack killers named by police

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    Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn voiced support for those calling on May resign because of her role in reducing police staffing, but he said the best remedy was to vote her out. Investigation to the London stabbing attack continues. May served as home secretary for six years before becoming prime minister last year, a period in which the number of police dropped by about 20,000 officers.
  • London terror attack death toll rises to 8

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    Zaghba, who is said to have been born in Morocco to a Moroccan father and an Italian mother, was stopped at Bologna's Marconi airport on March 15, 2016, while he tried to take a flight to Turkey. Prior to the terror attack, 22-year-old Zaghba was working at a Pakistani restaurant in London . He said Zaghba was always tracked by Italian intelligence officers while in the country and that United Kingdom authorities were informed.
  • UAE minister says seeking 'change of Qatar policy'

    UAE minister says seeking 'change of Qatar policy'

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    During the call, the White House said that Trump "emphasized the importance of all counties in the region working together to prevent the financing of terrorist organizations and stop the promotion of extremist ideology". Trump waded into the dispute on Tuesday , but seemed to only muddy the waters. Qatar was also expelled from a Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen .
  • Moment terrorists storm Iran parliament caught on CCTV (EXTREMELY GRAPHIC)

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    The ministry said that the gunmen had a record in "terrorism" with links to the Sunni extremist groups, who had then joined the ISIS group and fought alongside the ISIS militants in Mosul and Raqqa . A voice on the video praises God and says in Arabic: "Do you think we will leave?" Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard indirectly blamed the attacks, which killed at least 17 people and wounded over 40, on its regional rival Saudi Arabia, a close ally of Egypt.
  • CCTV footage of police shootout with London Bridge attackers emerges

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    Separately, police investigating the London Bridge attack made three arrests in Ilford , also in east London , late Wednesday. A 27-year-old was detained on terrorism charges while the second, 33, was arrested on drugs charges. Youssef Zaghba is said to have told Italian police "I'm going to be a terrorist" when he was stopped trying to travel to Syria a year ago. I wouldn't be here if it weren't for them.
  • The #covfefe conundrum: Donald Trump does it again!

    The #covfefe conundrum: Donald Trump does it again!

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    The post was still available more than three hours after it appeared on his feed and no clarification has been given. And rather than try to interpret Trump's controversial remarks in Riyadh, Jerusalem, Brussels and Sicily last week, White House aides took to simply lauding his first trip overseas as "extraordinary" and "historic".
  • EU launches defense fund amid US pressure to boost spending

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    The commission said the problem is that defense budgets are not well spent and more than $28 billion is lost every year through poor cooperation. Europe must stand alone on security, "all while tied to NATO ", she said . One way to close the gap is for the 21 countries within the EU that are also North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members to increase military spending to 2 percent of economic output, something that Trump demands as a condition of further U.S.
  • Three arrested by United Kingdom anti-terror police

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    He did not name the third victim. Some 48 rounds were fired to stop the attack within eight minutes. He added: "We are paying a heavy cost in these attacks". The next of kin of 45-year-old Xavier Thomas were informed. And the aunt of Sebastien Belanger, from France, said he had also died. Three more people were arrested Wednesday in connection with the attack, British police said.