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It would mean the DUP backing the Government on its Budget and confidence motions, but could potentially lead to other issues being decided on a vote-by-vote basis. The narrow majority secured by the deal means parliamentary votes will be on a knife edge as the prime minister cannot afford for even a handful of her own Tory MPs to oppose her.
  • North Korea Kim Jong Un Tests New Land-Sea Missile

    North Korea Kim Jong Un Tests New Land-Sea Missile

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    The council convened after North Korea launched what were believed to be surface-to-ship cruise missiles into the East Sea on the morning of June 8. The recovered device resembles a North Korean drone discovered in 2014 on an island near the demilitarized zone (DMZ), according to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Artemis skipper falls overboard in Cup challenger finals

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    Down to five crewmen, Artemis eased up. Artemis will now battle it out against Emirates Team New Zealand in the final series beginning Saturday to decide which team will face defending champions Oracle Team USA. Outteridge said they would review the tape to get a better process in place, should the same thing happen again, but added that "the main goal is to stay on the boat from now on".
  • Warship USS Gabrielle Giffords commissioned in Texas

    Warship USS Gabrielle Giffords commissioned in Texas

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    William Moran, vice chief of naval operations. Kelly lived in Galveston County when he was stationed at Johnson Space Center in suburban Houston during his NASA service. The USS Gabrielle Giffords is the ninth in a series of high-speed vessels created to navigate in shallow coastal waters while detecting mines, quiet submarines and fast surface vessels, according to the Navy.
  • Two suspects arrested for Tehran terror attack

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    The arrests were made in the town of Ravansar, in the western province of Kermanshah bordering Iraq , according to the semi-official Tasnim agency. The Iranian security forces arrested 41 members of Daesh terror group (outlawed in Russia ), in four provinces across the country, the Iranian Intelligence Ministry said in a statement on Friday.
  • UAE warns citizens of punishment over sympathy with Qatar on social media

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    The official said there were enough grain supplies in the market in Qatar to last four weeks and that the government also had large strategic food reserves in Doha . In a statement to the media on Wednesday June 7, attorney general Dr Hamad Saif Al Shamsi said that showing sympathy for Qatar in any form is punishable by law.
  • Man who opened fire in Moscow eliminates to police

    Man who opened fire in Moscow eliminates to police

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    Russia's Investigative Committee, which has opened a murder investigation, said a 50-year-old man from the village of Kratovo, on Moscow's southeastern edge, had shot at other residents from his house. "As a result, several people were hospitalized with wounds of varying degrees of severity", the police said. "The gunman has been eliminated", reported Tass, quoting an official spokesperson.
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May's Top 2 Aides Quit

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    Cutting a deal with the DUP, which won 10 seats, may not be straightforward. In a final humiliation , the Conservatives lost the safe west London seat of Kensington, Britain's wealthiest constituency, to Labour by a mere 20 votes after a campaign that targeted the incumbent MP for her pro-Brexit stance.
  • All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says Lions have to start winning

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    It's a challenge we're looking forward to". We need to stay strong in the group and keep the faith. "We were disappointed with the result in the last game, this was a chance to put that right and we're happy doing that". "For me, it is always about the next step, and it is a massive honour to play for the Lions ". "We will probably give him a run on Tuesday". With just over two weeks to go until the opening Test , coach Hansen has started the mind games early, insisting that the tourists ...
  • Chinese President Xi tells Modi

    Chinese President Xi tells Modi

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    Describing terrorists as the chief violators of human rights and values, Modi said: " We have full faith that the SCO would give a new push to our efforts in the fight against terrorism". The reason for the boycott was India's concerns over the $50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a project under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), headed by Chinese President Xi, and which passes via Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).