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But on Saturday, after senators made clear they would zero in on Sessions's connections to Russia, Sessions shifted his plan, opting to address the Senate Intelligence Committee . Originally, Sessions was to testify Tuesday before the House and Senate subcommittees that oversee his department's budget but, as the AG wrote in his letter to the chairman of the subcommittee, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will be stepping in for him.
  • President Trump Calls James Comey 'Cowardly' in Early Morning Tweet

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    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Friday boasted of the GOP's accomplishments under Trump thus far, and promised more to come, making no mention of Comey in a speech. Comey implied that Trump fired him for moving forward with the Russian Federation investigation, despite the president asking for Comey's "loyalty".
  • May says she will form new British government

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    Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at Downing Street with her husband after Britain's election in London . British Prime Minister Theresa May's two chiefs of staff have resigned in the wake of the Conservative Party's disastrous election result.
  • Iranian authorities arrest seven suspects for supporting ISIS attacks

    Iranian authorities arrest seven suspects for supporting ISIS attacks

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    The attackers who stormed Tehran's parliament complex and the revolutionary leader's shrine on Wednesday were Iranian nationals who had joined the Islamic State group (IS), reported AFP . The terrorists were arrested before launching any attacks and were found in possession of bombs, suicide belts, communication devices, and fake IDs, the ministry said on its website June 9.
  • Arab states in row with Qatar laud President Donald Trump's supportive stance

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    The two other GCC countries, Oman and Kuwait , have tried to mediate, though Friday's controversy suggests that efforts to end the crisis have so far failed. The announcement increases pressure on Qatar in a diplomatic and economic campaign to isolate the small Gulf Arab state, which is a critical global supplier of gas and hosts the biggest USA military base in the Middle East .
  • Watch French Open 2017 final live online and on TV

    Watch French Open 2017 final live online and on TV

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    Having won 72 of his 74 games at the French Open and yet to lose a French Open final, Nadal is a hot favourite on the clay surface with Wawrinka under no illusions as to just how good his opponent is. The Spaniard was a dominant force on clay between 2005 and 2014, winning nine times in 10 years at Roland Garros , and only the brief rise on clay of Novak Djokovic and his own injury problems have caused the last time he lifted the Coupe des Mousquetaires to be three years ago.
  • Tehran attacks mastermind killed - Iranian minister

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    Iranian authorities said on Sunday they have arrested six people involved in a twin attack on Tehran in which 17 people were killed last week. Amir Abdollahian further referred to comments made by Saudi officials about taking war and insecurity to Iran and said they should be brought to account for such remarks.
  • The Russia Investigations: What Comes Next?

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    Comey's memoranda are relevant to the Judiciary Committee's ongoing investigative efforts". Comey sat upright and expressionless as photographers snapped shots of his upstanding demeanor prior to his much-awaited testimony - one lawman challenging a sitting president before a Senate panel.
  • British Conservatives Lose Parliamentary Majority; May's Future Uncertain

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    DUP leader Arlene Foster said her party would be entering talks with the Conservatives to explore "how it may it be possible to bring stability to our nation at this time of great challenge". Across the country, people voted Labour despite not liking Corbyn. As the dust settles, one issue will become the focus for investors: whether Britain is more or less likely to retain privileged access to the EU's single market.
  • House intel panel demands 'Comey tapes' as Trump razzes on their existence

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    President Donald Trump on Friday accused James Comey of lying to Congress. "And some of the things that he said just weren't true", Trump said at a news conference in the White House Rose Garden on Friday. "I didn't say under oath - I hardly know the man", the president said about Comey. During more than two hours of testimony, Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee he believed Trump had directed him to drop an FBI probe into the Republican president's former national security ...