• Theresa May to cling to power despite snap election disaster

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    It recovered somewhat to trade at $1.2677 but remained well short of the $1.2955 level before the exit poll was published late Thursday. This was likely to involve an arrangement in which the DUP would support a Conservative minority government on key votes in parliament but not form a formal coalition.
  • James Comey's riveting testimony leaves President Trump battered

    James Comey's riveting testimony leaves President Trump battered

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    President Trump's private attorney incorrectly described the timeline of reporting while criticizing former FBI Director James Comey's congressional testimony Thursday. He's the president of the United States, with me alone, saying 'I hope this.'. During that dinner, according to notes jotted down afterward by Comey, Trump told him, "I need loyalty".
  • Iran accuses Saudi Arabia for Tehran attacks

    Iran accuses Saudi Arabia for Tehran attacks

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    The White House released a statement from Mr Trump condemning the terrorist attacks in Tehran and offering condolences, but also implying that Iran is itself a sponsor of terrorism. Armed followers of the Islamic State group carried out brazen attacks on two high-profile sites Wednesday - the parliament building and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, founder of the Islamic Republic - adding to tensions in the Middle East.
  • Morata reaches agreement with Manchester United, Madrid want a better offer

    Morata reaches agreement with Manchester United, Madrid want a better offer

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    Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli previously denied the Serie A club would move for Morata, who is reportedly a target for Jose Mourinho as he seeks a replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic . With Diego Costa likely to spearhead Spain's attack at next year's World Cup in Russia, Morata has a strong desire to play more regular first-team football to boost his chances of playing a more prominent role at next year's tournament.
  • CBSE moves SC for stay of HC order against publication of NEET

    CBSE moves SC for stay of HC order against publication of NEET

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    The Madras High Court questioned the CBSE why the NEET 2017 exam could not be completed immediately after the plus 2 exams. Mentioning the matter before a vacation bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and Deepak Gupta , Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh said the schedule for counselling and admission had gone "haywire" because of the Madras high court order.
  • Norway Supreme Court won`t hear Breivik case on prison conditions

    Norway Supreme Court won`t hear Breivik case on prison conditions

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    It was not immediately clear whether Breivik would appeal to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, but his lawyer has said in the past that it was an option. " We've always been prepared for the possibility that our case before the Norwegian courts may not succeed ". Breivik was sentenced to 21 years in prison in 2012 at Oslo district court.
  • Rays' Kevin Kiermaier on DL with broken hip after slide

    Rays' Kevin Kiermaier on DL with broken hip after slide

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    Petersburg, Fla. "I'm just trying to keep the inning alive". He's got a hairline fracture in his hip region. The 27-year-old IN native has a.329 on-base percentage with 10 stolen bases and seven home runs through 62 games this season after signing a six-year, $53.5 million contract extension.
  • Ocean City Lets Women Ditch Their Bikini Tops

    Ocean City Lets Women Ditch Their Bikini Tops

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    For years, Arbin said, the beach patrol would just tell topless women, "Hey, you can't do that". But without an opinion from the attorney general, Arbin says they don't feel like they can tell women not to sunbathe topless. The policy is to ensure that lifeguards are keeping their eyes on the ocean, and keeping swimmers safe. A hectic Thursday night in Ocean City included a drive-by shooting, a stabbing and the accidental discharge of a gun on the beach.
  • Paris Climate Agreement: Companies, Universities, States Sign 'We Are Still In' Statement

    Paris Climate Agreement: Companies, Universities, States Sign 'We Are Still In' Statement

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    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said USA withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement had come as a shock for India and he believes America will rethink its decision on the climate change agreement. The US will "continue to be a leader in the environment ", but do so "under our terms", she added. The agreement between 196 countries aims to curb the impacts of climate change.
  • 12-year-old helps deliver baby brother in Mississippi

    12-year-old helps deliver baby brother in Mississippi

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    The courageous youngster then bursts into tears of joy as she lifts her newborn brother Cayson Carraway up into the air for her mum to see. Jacee was outfitted in proper medical attire and the doctor guided her hands and helped her through the entire birth, including cutting the umbilical cord.