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Meanwhile Qatar said it would not retaliate after Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE last week ordered all Qatari citizens to leave within 14 days. Concerns have been raised for the impact of these measures on people who live in all the countries affected.
  • Trump pushes public works agenda, health care on OH visit

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    As the White House tries to push past a series of distractions and concentrate on Trump's legislative agenda, the president was scheduled to travel to the Rivertowne Marina in Cincinnati on Wednesday. According to Trump's budget proposal, the funding would come from $200 billion in tax breaks over nine years that would then - in theory - leverage $1 trillion worth of construction.
  • Bush AG: Lynch 'Betrayal' Made DOJ 'An Arm Of The Clinton Campaign'

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    In addition to his testimony about President Trump and the Russian Federation investigation, former FBI Director James Comey testified on the suspicious actions of Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Thursday. In spite of Comey disagreeing with Lynch's request to use her "matter" descriptor, he said that he chose to move on. It's on full display with his actions toward Comey .
  • Merkel Ready for Brexit Talks with Britain

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May lost her parliamentary majority in an election on Thursday and is in talks with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) for support to form a new government. "Britain is a member of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, so we have a lot of shared challenges to deal with, and that's the spirit we want to carry out these negotiations in".
  • Theresa May's joint chiefs of staff resign after botched Conservative election gamble

    Theresa May's joint chiefs of staff resign after botched Conservative election gamble

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    As Mrs May struggled to contain the fallout her two closest aides, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill , resigned following sustained criticism within the party of the campaign. "The DUP today (Saturday) held discussions with representatives of the Conservative Party in line with Arlene Foster's commitment to explore how we might bring stability to the nation at this time of great challenge", the party said.
  • Trump may block Comey testimony before Senate

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    Sen. Roy Blunt, a member of the intelligence committee, said Comey's testimony would be critical to address mounting questions about possible obstruction of justice . The remarks were the latest in a series of denials from Moscow that have had little impact so far on a political crisis in the United States over potential links between Russian Federation and Trump's inner circle.
  • MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends his fast

    MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends his fast

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    In Mandsaur , the curfew was imposed after five persons were killed in police firing during a farmers' protest on June 6. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan continued his indefinite fast for peace in the state amid farmers agitation for the second day on Sunday.
  • London Bridge attackers named

    London Bridge attackers named

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    British police say they found an eighth victim of Saturday's attack. Butt's neighbors also said that he had previously worked for a branch of the fast food chain KFC, as well as London transport operator Transport for London (TfL).
  • Death toll rises to eight in London Bridge attack

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    Religious leaders of all backgrounds have condemned the attack which killed seven and injured 47 on Saturday evening when three men rammed a rental van into pedestrians then randomly stabbed revellers in bars and restaurants near Borough Market .
  • Iran Arrests Seven New Suspects In Tehran Attacks Probe

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    The IRNA news agency quoted Ahmad Fazelian, chief justice of Alborz Province west of Tehran as saying the seven are suspected of "providing support for the terrorist team". Documents and equipment "for carrying out terrorist operations" were also seized, the ministry said in a statement. The country's Supreme Leader said the attacks will add to the hatred that Iranians harbor toward the US and Saudi Arabia .
  • Terror ringleader tried to hire 7.5-tonne lorry hours before London attack

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    The potential for large vehicles to inflict mass casualties was laid bare in horrifying fashion a year ago when a lorry drove through crowds gathered to celebrate Bastille Day in Nice, killing 86 people and injuring scores more. Metropolitan Police Commander Dean Haydon praised the bravery of the police officers and members of public who tackled the three - despite the possibility they could have been killed in an explosion.