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A House panel led by Reps. Trump also denied having asked Comey to pledge loyalty to him or drop the investigation into his former national security adviser Michael Flynn . Dershowitz said it's the president's prerogative to stop the FBI's various investigations. You suggested he didn't tell the truth in everything he said.
  • Top two aides to British PM Theresa May quit

    Top two aides to British PM Theresa May quit

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    Pro-choice campaigners demonstrated in Westminster on Saturday (June 10) against the Conservative Party's new ally in government Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Several Conservative lawmakers, including Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, raised concerns over the DUP's opposition to same-sex marriage.
  • Queen Mary 2 liner involved in mid-Atlantic yacht rescue

    Queen Mary 2 liner involved in mid-Atlantic yacht rescue

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    His boat, the "Tamarind", suffered severe damage but he was not injured, according to the Royal Western Yacht Club (RWYC). The OSTAR and TWOSTAR fleets have seen a slew of retirements after a storm hit the fleet in the North Atlantic on Friday (9 June), leaving one yacht abandoned and another dismasted.
  • President Trump urges Qatar to stop funding terrorism

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    Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates , Egypt and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties and transportation links with Qatar on Monday. "The nation of Qatar has historically been a funder of terrorism at a very high level", he said , speaking from the Rose Garden.
  • Theresa May's top aides take fall for poll debacle, resign

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    They've been proved wrong yet again. "I don't think throwing us into a leadership battle at this moment in time , when we are about to launch into these hard negotiations, would be in the best interests of the country", Evans said. Its lead among voters under 25 was a huge margin of 44 points, almost triple the size of the gap in the previous general election in 2015. A large percentage of this extra youth turnout went to Labour .
  • Jeremy Corbyn enjoys kickabout as politics takes a backseat

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    Timothy had been widely blamed for the social care plan, over which May was forced to backtrack in the middle of the election campaign following signs it was hitting the party's core support. Following the election, May faced backlash over the failure of the Conservative party, with a number of politicians - including Corbyn - suggesting that she has to resign.
  • Afghan commando opens fire on USA troops, kills 3, wounds 1

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    Army in the country. In a statement, US Forces Afghanistan said members of the Afghan Border Police in Helmand Province were killed and wounded during an operation involving US and Afghan defense and security forces. United States and coalition casualties in Afghanistan have become rarer, falling dramatically since the Afghan government assumed responsibility for combat operations in 2014.
  • Erdogan Ratifies Deployment of Turkish Troops to Qatar

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    Qatar's Emir has said such a view is a big mistake. As Kuwait's emir shuttled between Gulf capitals for talks, US President Donald Trump offered to host a White House meeting if necessary, in a change of heart from his initial support for the Saudi-led boycott.
  • USA forces back military in Philippines

    USA forces back military in Philippines

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    A U.S. Navy aircraft provided surveillance for the local troops as the battle raged in Marawi on Friday, confirming the involvement of the U.S. military in helping to end the urban insurrection at the request of the Philippine government, Philippine military officials said.
  • France confirms second French death in London attack: minister

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    In total 29 people are being treated at five London hospitals. Witnesses reported seeing a man falling into the river after being hit by the van driven by terrorists on London Bridge . "There are three deaths and eight injuries on the French side", Macron said. Four of those killed in the attack have been named as Australian Kirsty Boden, Canadian national Chrissy Archibald, James McMullan, from Hackney, and French national Alexandre Pigeard.
  • Maute matriarch, 9 others arrested

    Maute matriarch, 9 others arrested

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    The mother of key local jihadist militants Abdullah and Omar Maute, who led the bloody siege here, was arrested Friday afternoon in Masiu, Lanao del Sur, police said. It is about 25-minute drive to Butig, the Maute family's hometown where the radical brothers and their followers engaged military and police contingents in a series of clashes a year ago.