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The Coast Guard was able to rescue one of the men, and isbeing treated for hypothermia. The Coast Guard has suspended its search for a person who went missing when their boat capsized in rough waters off Salisbury. Coast Guard officials investigated the boat and said they found no evidence it was involved in a crash. High tide was scheduled for about 10:50 p.m.
  • Qatar Claims to Be Open to Mediation Efforts in Gulf Crisis

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    Pakistan has organized special flights to bring back pilgrims stranded in Qatar on their way home from Mecca, said Pakistan International Airlines chief executive officer Nayyar Hayat. "This dispute is threatening the stability of the entire region", he added. Daily life and projects in Qatar will not be affected, he said, stressing that Qatar designed its programmes and took such steps in order to independently achieve its vision regardless of any political pressures.
  • Qatar investigation finds state news agency hacked

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    Qatar confirmed the call, saying Trump "expressed readiness to find a solution to the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf, and stressed his keenness that the Gulf remains stable". Qatar has said it will not retaliate for the curbs. Trump´s call to Qatari ruler Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, a key USA ally, came as a senior Emirati official told AFP that Gulf Arab states were not seeking regime change in Doha.
  • Trump suggests Iran shares some blame for extremist attacks

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    Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps vowed revenge for the attack, which it says was supported by Saudi Arabia, and tied it to the visit of President Trump to Saudi Arabia in May. Terrorists entered the Parliament building while they had dressed as women, said a security official. Iran has indirectly suggested that Saudi Arabia, its major regional rival and a USA ally, played a role in the attack.
  • Wanstead Nursery Worker Attacked by Assailants Chanting 'Allah'

    Wanstead Nursery Worker Attacked by Assailants Chanting 'Allah'

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    The police confirmed that at 9:36 am received a call for the incident and found the victim with a notch. She was taken to hospital for treatment and has since been discharged. "Obviously it's a shock, she's in shock". Stevens said that her colleague did not know her attackers and that she was left shaken by the ordeal.
  • Highlights from James Comey's first testimony since Trump fired him

    Highlights from James Comey's first testimony since Trump fired him

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    Chairman, I don't think that's a question I can answer in an open setting. This is what he wanted to me to do", even though Comey said he did not end the probe. "There should be no fuzz on this whatsoever". During the testimony, Comey said he had "no doubt" that Russian Federation was behind some tampering during the 2016 election.
  • Stop driving farmers to misery, CPI-M tells government

    Stop driving farmers to misery, CPI-M tells government

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    The focus of the farmers' agitation, however, remained in Mandsaur where Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was stopped from entering the sensitive region and was subsequently arrested. The protestors reportedly looted the toll plaza of Rs. eight to ten lakh. "Did they seek resignation of Singh when the 24 farmers were killed?" He later climbed on a bike to make his way to Mandsaur where he is expected to meet the family of five farmers killed in police firing on Tuesday.
  • Exxon Mobil Not Worried About Impact of Middle East Tensions on LNG

    Exxon Mobil Not Worried About Impact of Middle East Tensions on LNG

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    The White House said Trump "underscored that a united Gulf Cooperation Council is critical to defeating terrorism and promoting regional stability". Judy Woodruff speaks with Joyce Karam of Al-Hayat. And the emir of Kuwait has met with two top United Arab Emirates officials to attempt to mediate the situation, the wire service says.
  • Indian Teenage Girl Hit By Train Narrowly Escapes Death

    Indian Teenage Girl Hit By Train Narrowly Escapes Death

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    Ms Natekar has now told NDTV that at the time, she was listening to music on her cellphone. She was also reportedly discharged the same day from the hospital. It's true, I'm personifying trains but fate and human callousness play a major role in contributing to the death count, to the lives lost and the wails on the track.
  • James Comey says he took notes because he felt Trump would 'lie'

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    Comey said that he declined to do so in large part because of the "duty to correct" that would be created if that situation changed. "I was honestly concerned that he might lie about the nature of our meeting", Comey said. The Trump administration initially pointed to Comey's handling of the investigation into Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as the reason for his dismissal.
  • Comey accuses Trump of lying 'plain and simple'

    Comey accuses Trump of lying 'plain and simple'

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    The FBI has refused to hand over Comey's memos to Congress, citing an ongoing investigation. #ComeyDay began trending Thursday morning as the nation prepared to watch one of the year's most anticipated political events. However, Comey said he didn't tell the attorney-general that Trump had told him to "let it go" when it came to the Flynn investigation. The published statement included Comey's notes on every one-on-one meeting he had with Trump since Trump was elected president.
  • London police arrest 6 as attack footage is released

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    One of the men, aged 27, was held on suspicion of the preparation of terrorist acts, while a 33-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply controlled drugs. Police have identified the attackers as Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba. Youssef Zaghba is said to have been stopped by Italian officers trying to travel to Syria past year and added to an worldwide database of alerts about individuals, to which the United Kingdom has access.