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Comey, during his testimony, accused the Trump administration of "spreading "lies, plain and simple" about him and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the aftermath of his abrupt firing last month, declaring that the administration "defamed him and more importantly the Federal Bureau of Investigation".
  • PM May to visit Palace to ask to form govt

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    May said she was confident that the Tories would be able to work together with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) in the "interests of the whole of Britain". May promised she would in the next five years: "build a country in which no one and no community is left behind". With current projections pointing to May's Conservative Party gaining 318 seats, a tie-up with the DUP would give her the narrowest of majorities in the 650-seat chamber.
  • European Union presses Britain to get its act together for Brexit talks

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    She obviously put her message to the British people, and she didn't get the large majority that she had held. "This will allow us to come together as a country and channel our energies towards a successful Brexit deal that works for everyone in this country - securing a new partnership with the European Union which guarantees our long-term prosperity".
  • Donald Trump sought loyalty, Comey offered honesty

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    In highly anticipated testimony, Comey offered his first public account of his dismissal last month and said there was "no doubt" that he had been fired "to change the nature of the Russian Federation investigation", referring to the FBI's sprawling probe of Kremlin-backed meddling in the 2016 election.
  • British elections: Conservatives lose majority as Theresa May's gamble backfires

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    Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement in Downing Street after she traveled to Buckingham Palace for an audience with Queen Elizabeth II following the General Election results. And it throws into question the government's negotiating strategy , and objectives, for the Brexit negotiations with the European Union, which are slated to start on June 19.
  • London's Mayor Wants To Cancel Trump's State Visit To The UK

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    In a second tweet , Trump said: "Pathetic excuse by London Mayor Sadiq Khan who had to think fast on his "no reason to be alarmed" statement". Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson , Khan's predecessor as London mayor, also backed Khan but told the BBC he thought Trump should still visit Britain.
  • SCO welcomes Pakistan as full member

    SCO welcomes Pakistan as full member

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    With Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his foreign affairs advisor Sartaj Aziz listening to his speech, Modi said: " Terrorism is one of the biggest violators of human rights and values". The two leaders met in Astana , Kazakhstan on the sidelines on the Shanghai Corporation Organisation summit. India's membership was strongly pushed by Russian Federation while Pakistan's entry into the grouping was backed by China.
  • Five players Predators need to step up in Game 6

    Five players Predators need to step up in Game 6

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    Pittsburgh Penguins team captain Sidney Crosby shoots the puck Wednesday, June 7, 2017, during practice at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry, Pa., Wednesday, June 7, 2017. The Penguins chased Pekka Rinne with a three-goal barrage in the first period and kept it going against backup Juuse Saros to push the Predators to the brink of elimination for the first time during their run to the final.
  • Panama's feared dictator and ex-US ally Noriega dies

    Panama's feared dictator and ex-US ally Noriega dies

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    Noriega had been serving lengthy prison sentences in Panama for murder and forced disappearances during his dictatorship. He was initially sentenced in the United States in 1992 but was in custody for murder in Panama when he died. But relations between Noriega and the USA turned sour by the late 1980s due to allegations of his own drug trafficking activities and his insistence on political independence.
  • London attack has no connection with Pakistan: UK police

    London attack has no connection with Pakistan: UK police

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    Zaghba, an Italian-Moroccan national, was identified as a possible militant threat after he was stopped at Bologna airport in 2016 as tried to reach Syria . "We are paying a heavy cost in these attacks", Macron said. In a letter posted outside Tuesday, the Ummah Fitness Centre said staff would "help the police in any way we can".
  • Iran says Trump reaction to attacks 'repugnant'

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    The Tehran Security Council had convened an emergency meeting after two terror attacks occurred on the Iranian Parliament and Imam Khomeini Mausoleum respectively on Wednesday. The Sunni jihadists of IS consider Shiite Iran to be apostates, and Tehran is deeply involved in fighting the group in both Syria and Iraq. Earlier, thousands packed Tehran's streets on Friday to mourn the victims of two suicide bomb and gun attacks, and joined their supreme leader in accusing regional rival ...