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Former FBI Director James Comey said Thursday that he kept records of his talks with President Donald Trump because he thought the president might "lie". Trump continued to be coy about the possibility of there being recordings of his conversations with Comey, which he has suggested previously . "The context and the president's words are what led me" to conclude that Trump wanted the Flynn probe ended, Comey said.
  • London attack: Police find body in Thames, death toll raised to eight

    London attack: Police find body in Thames, death toll raised to eight

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    In a statement , authorities said the suspect was arrested on "suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorist acts". Authorities have identified a third London attacker as 22-year-old Youssef Zaghba Tuesday. In fact, Butt was one of the main characters in a television documentary called The Jihadis Next Door . It had been set at "critical" in the days after the Manchester concert bombing on May 22 that killed 22 people - reflecting a judgment that an attack ...
  • In UK Early Election Ends With Hung Parliament

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    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has had by all measures, a pretty great 24 hours - except for one really bad high five. On Friday afternoon, Mrs May sought and received permission from Queen Elizabeth to form a government in partnership with the Democratic Unionist party ( DUP ), which won 10 seats.
  • Roland Garros-2017: fiasco Kerber, loud comeback Kvitova

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    Less than six months after being attacked by an knife-wielding intruder in her apartment in the Czech town of Prostejov , Petra Kvitova was victorious in her first match back and first of the 2017 season. The opening loss for Kerber marks a disappointing 2017 in which she has struggled, winning only one Women's Tennis Association tournament so far. The chances of her playing tennis again, he said, were "very low" for a "multiple of reasons".
  • Romney: Clinton told me to take Trump Secretary of State job

    Romney: Clinton told me to take Trump Secretary of State job

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    Biden was speaking at Romney's ideas summit, an annual gathering of donors and business leaders in Utah. Romney said he was concerned that he and Trump were "miles apart" on foreign policy, disagreeing about approaches to Syria, NATO, North Korea, and China, but he hoped Trump would be open to other opinions.
  • British PM May says will govern with "friends" for successful Brexit deal

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    There has been speculation she may seek some kind of informal arrangement with the Democratic Unionists, which won 10 seats in Northern Ireland, which could see it support the Tories on a vote-by-vote basis. "Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as result of 'no negotiations". "We should not waste any time", he said. For May, the election clearly took a turn for the worse.
  • Arab powers adds Qatar-linked people, groups to blacklists

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    Shortly after Tillerson's remarks, the Pentagon said that while the Qatar blockade was not affecting current operations against Islamic State , it was "hindering" the ability to plan for long-term operations. Trump's press conference came on the heels of a similar statement made by his US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the US State Department .
  • Trump to file complaint against Comey for memo leak

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    Comey delivered scathing remarks about the president on Thursday at a congressional hearing and testified that Trump had asked him to drop a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into former aide Michael Flynn and his alleged ties to Russian Federation.
  • Last of the London killers named by police

    Last of the London killers named by police

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    The three were taken into custody at a south London police station under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act. A man has been arrested on suspicion of terror offences by detectives investigating the London Bridge attack following an early morning raid at an address in east London .
  • UK Election Could Delay Brexit Negotiations; Impact on Travel Unclear

    UK Election Could Delay Brexit Negotiations; Impact on Travel Unclear

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    Theresa May was re-appointed UK Prime Minister on Friday, but her Conservative Party lost 13 seats in Friday's snap election, leaving it eight MPs short of a parliamentary majority. It is likely, however, that the DUP will see the arrangement to support a new Tory government as an opportunity to leverage domestic policy in Northern Ireland rather than a distinctively hardline Brexit position.