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Dozens of other people were injured in a stampede as people rushed to leave Resorts World Manila , which is across a road from the Philippines' main worldwide airport, after the man fired what police chief Ronald dela Rosa said was an M4 assault rifle and set alight parts of a gaming room about midnight.
  • United Kingdom rating not immediately affected by election - S&P

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel weighs in on Brexit post-UK elections and the cooperation of Gulf states to resolve the Qatar crisis at an event in Mexico City alongside President Enrique Pena Nieto. Now, all remains unclear. Lastly, Moody's remarked that it was closely watching the UK's negotiations with the European Union and the formulation of the country's fiscal policy in the context of the economy incurring a budget deficit and a ballooning public debt.
  • Presidency: Peace comes only through a Palestinian state

    Presidency: Peace comes only through a Palestinian state

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    On May 30, King Ḥussein of Jordan arrived in Cairo to sign a mutual defense pact with Egypt , placing Jordanian forces under Egyptian command, and shortly after that Iraq joined the alliance. Some members of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition government are opposed to the two-state solution and want to annex parts of the West Bank.
  • USA mayors and governors defy Trump, will stick to Paris agreement anyway

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    The jobs were not attainable as long as we lived under those regulations. "The fact of the matter is, Americans don't need Washington to meet our Paris commitment, and Americans are not going to let Washington stand in the way of fulfilling it", Michael Bloomberg, the former New York City mayor and a special United Nations envoy for cities and climate , said in a recent statement from Paris.
  • Trump wants to 'stay engaged' on climate: Tillerson

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    On the global reaction to Trump's decision, Haley was dismissive. Andrew Light, a former State Department official involved in the Paris climate talks, said the consequences will be indirect, but real. could not allow German Chancellor Angela Merkel to tell it to "worry about Africa". "But American sovereignty matters", Haley said. He however urges that Trump's decision should not derail their campaign against the effects of climate change.
  • May forms government after UK election ends in hung Parliament

    May forms government after UK election ends in hung Parliament

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    Instead, she risks an ignominious exit after just 11 months at Number 10 Downing Street, which would be the shortest tenure of any prime minister for nearly a century. While Mrs May said she would be getting on with the job of appointing a new ministerial team, she refused to be drawn on calls to sack her two close aides, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, blamed by many Tory MPs for the party's disastrous campaign.
  • Cabrera Bello cards 65 to earn share of St. Jude lead

    Cabrera Bello cards 65 to earn share of St. Jude lead

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    Fowler, the only member of the top 10 playing on the PGA Tour this week, said there was no better way to plan for a major than to be out on the course , but he will be restricted to just practice rounds now ahead of the second major of the year next week.
  • Theresa May's Chiefs of Staff Resign After Election Results

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    Downing Street said an outline agreement on a "confidence and supply" arrangement had been reached which will be put to the Cabinet for discussion on Monday. The DUP is a socially conservative pro-British Protestant group that opposes abortion and same-sex marriage and once appointed an environment minister who believes human-driven climate change is a myth.
  • General election 2017: DUP deal 'risks peace process'

    General election 2017: DUP deal 'risks peace process'

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    While the to-and-fro between Downing Street and the DUP was unfolding, several British newspapers were reporting that some prominent Conservatives, including Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit minister David Davis, were being urged by supporters to challenge May for the party leadership.