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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Egypt announced Monday that they were closing all land, sea and air borders with Qatar. Trump's Tuesday tweet - in which he said "all reference was pointing to Qatar" as a financer of extremism - was especially surprising given Qatar's role as host of the largest United States airbase in the Middle East.
  • Rep. Himes: Trump's response to London 'inappropriate for a toddler'

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    In an interview with The Sun , May urged Trump to put politics aside. Asked if Mr Trump's official trip to Britain will go ahead, Mrs May said: "Yes". Khan made reference to Trump's policies, saying, "There are many things about which Donald Trump is wrong", reports Inquisitr. "It happened again and we keep appeasing it and keep saying, 'okay, it's going to be great".
  • Siri Far Behind Alexa and Google Assistant, Says Ex-Apple Employee

    Siri Far Behind Alexa and Google Assistant, Says Ex-Apple Employee

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    Eddy Cue, Apple's Senior Vice President of Internet software and services (of which Siri is constituent), believes that no voice-assistant is now producing "A+ on conversation". Even if Rubin's gadget succeeds at building those aforementioned bridges, there are plenty of other ways smart home tech could stand to improve. But I'm not counting it out: If anyone can make this work, Apple can.
  • Trump's Lawyer Fires Back After Comey Testimony

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    In his prepared testimony , Comey recounted in just-the-facts manner a series of private communications with Trump, during which the president asked Comey to pledge him loyalty, to go easy on Flynn, to "lift the cloud" created by the Russian Federation investigation, and to publicly state that Trump was not personally under investigation.
  • UP 10th and 12th Intermediate Results 2017 to be Declared @official

    UP 10th and 12th Intermediate Results 2017 to be Declared @official

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    In view of the ever multiplying load of work in successive years, the Board had been experiencing considerable difficulty in controlling and conducting its activities centrally from Allahabad. Students of all groups (maths, science, arts) were attempting the UP 12th class examinations. For class 12 results type UP12Rollnumber and send it to 56263.
  • NSA chief, intelligence director won't comment on Trump conversations

    NSA chief, intelligence director won't comment on Trump conversations

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    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is set to testify for the first time in public since he appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel in the Russian Federation probe, and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers is also expected to face questions of whether Trump asked him to rebut Comey in public.
  • Army out in Darjeeling as GJM men go berserk

    Army out in Darjeeling as GJM men go berserk

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    Referring to the situation in the hills as "critical", state Tourism Minister Gautam Deb told IANS that according to government estimates, almost 45,000 tourists are stranded in Darjeeling and the adjoining areas. They staged demonstrations, raised slogans against Banerjee and engaged in a pitched battle with the police, as panicked tourists tried to rush out.
  • Actions must follow China's words on North Korea, US defence secretary says

    Actions must follow China's words on North Korea, US defence secretary says

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    The 15-member council voted unanimously to back the sanctions after weeks of negotiations between the United States and China. The United Nations Security Council has unanimously adopted a new resolution to expand sanctions against North Korea, including officials, entities and a military units handling ballistic missiles with both China and Russian Federation voting in favour of the restrictions put forward by Washington.
  • United States hackers could have framed Russian Federation in election hack — Putin tells NBC

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    Putin also said it could have been the Central Intelligence Agency behind the hacking. The interview , which aired Sunday night on the first episode of NBC News' Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly , found Putin addressing questions about the ongoing claims of collusion between his country and Donald Trump's presidential campaign, his relationship with Michael Flynn and Russia's involvement in the Democratic National Committee hack past year.
  • Kremlin denies report of hacking U.S. voting software

    Kremlin denies report of hacking U.S. voting software

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    Bloomberg reports Putin dished with Stone on topics such as Edward Snowden , the United States standing as world police and all things manly. During the interview, on being asked if he had bad days, the Russian leader replied that since he is not a woman, he does not have bad days! "I am not a woman, so I do not have bad days", he said .