• Qatar crisis: Germany seeks to bridge rift with Arab states

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    Qatar added that it has been vigorously working to eliminate the roots of terrorism by creating jobs for young people, educating Syrian refugees and funding community programs to oppose extremist propaganda. President Donald Trump on Friday accused Qatar of being a "funder of terrorism at a very high level", issuing a warning that the country must "do more" to combat terror.
  • Agent offers glimmer of hope for United over Morata

    Agent offers glimmer of hope for United over Morata

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    Nevertheless, he still managed to score 20 goals in 43 appearances in all competitions, but that goalscoring record will surely improve in Manchester next season as he will flourish as the spearhead of the United attack. Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic's injury and uncertainty over future at Old Trafford has Jose Mourinho looking in the transfer market! It is also claimed that Real Madrid want a fee in the region of £78m for the Spanish forward, who scored 15 goals and made four ...
  • Lubbock speller out of national bee

    Lubbock speller out of national bee

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    A Google spokesperson confirmed to HuffPost on Wednesday that "Wisconsin" is indeed the state's most misspelled word . "A 6-year-old, sitting in one place, not interacting with anybody, for two hours is the equivalent of torture", said her father, Justin Fuller.
  • Senator Ernst on Comey's upcoming testimony

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    Putin also told NBC that regardless of Trump's previous travel to Russian Federation as a businessman, he had had no relationship with him and had never met him. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private deliberations. The New York Times reported that one official said that Trump actually wants Comey to testify because the president has nothing to hide.
  • Qatar blames current crisis on fake news inserted by hackers

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    The sheikh's remarks came as efforts intensified to resolve the feud pitting Saudi Arabia and allied Arab nations against Qatar. Qatar is home to the al-Udeid military base , the largest U.S. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the UAE on Monday announced that they were severing diplomatic relations and closing air, land and sea links with Doha .
  • Trump tipped to tighten rules on trade and travel to Cuba

    Trump tipped to tighten rules on trade and travel to Cuba

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    President Donald Trump is expected to travel to Miami as early as next Friday to announce a new Cuba policy that could tighten rules on trade and travel to the island eased by his predecessor Barack Obama, according to a USA official and two people familiar with the matter.
  • Harry Kane given the opportunity to show his worth as England captain

    Harry Kane given the opportunity to show his worth as England captain

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    England's midfielder Adam Lallana speaks to members of the media during a press conference at Hampden Park in Glasgow . "It's like maybe playing for your club in derbies, it's the same sort of feelings". "I remember Don Hutchison scored at Wembley". He's demonstrated why he's one of the world's best players'. Four points above second-place Slovakia, England have won four and drawn one of their five games to date and are the last team in European qualifying still to concede a goal.
  • Strikes aimed at militants kill 11 Philippine soldiers

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    Twenty-five of the dead militants have been identified as Filipinos, according to military officials. Mindanao has already seen Islamist and communist insurgencies and other separatist movements. Speaking in Singapore amid a bloody standoff between Philippine troops and militants fighting under the IS flag in Marawi city, Defence Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu called the militants "killing machines" and urged full-scale regional cooperation against them.
  • Trump Breaks Welcome Twitter Hiatus, Finally Comments On Comey Testimony

    Trump Breaks Welcome Twitter Hiatus, Finally Comments On Comey Testimony

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    But a day after the closely watched hearing, Trump struck back with an early morning tweet: "Wow, Comey is a leaker". "It's not a close call". He told the professor to give the information to a media outlet. "He agreed, but then re-emphasized the problem this was causing him". There was certainly some of that today, but at various points Comey's mask of probity and self-confidence slipped a bit, and you could practically feel the discomfort that he felt about the president's behavior.