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Qatar has said citizens of states that have cut ties with the emirate will be allowed to stay in the country despite measures against its own nationals. Saudi Arabia has banned hotels and tourist facilities in the country from airing Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera in a weird move as part of widespread restrictions on the neighbouring country.
  • PM arrives in Pakistan after participating in SCO summit

    PM arrives in Pakistan after participating in SCO summit

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    Can the Modi magic work on Trump at their summit? Congratulating India for joining the SCO family, the prime minister noted, "SCO gives us a powerful platform to build trust, peace and spur economic growth". However, the most major difference between SAARC and the SCO is that India is not the biggest power, and one of the major decision makers (China) is also a concern for India and Pakistan's strongest ally to boot.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic posts message after being officially released by Man United

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    At the end of United's Europa League match against Anderlecht the striker suffered serious ligament damage in his right knee, and was subsequently ruled out for the rest of 2017. The fact his rehab will be under United's guidance does not necessarily mean he will sign a new deal with them, although their start to the 2017/18 campaign and his recovery could change things.
  • POTUS Should Tweet Less — Survey Says

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    It's him speaking directly to the people, without any filters like prepared text, media commentary or even staff input. As with so much from this administration, there is no consistency, no transparency, no clarity whatsoever. "Its kinda odd to have the defendant in Hawaii v. Trump acting as our co-counsel". When asked if Trump may face legal consequences with such tweets, in such cases as the travel ban trial by the Supreme Court, Spicer said the danger Trump has cited in forwarding the ...
  • Britain's PM Theresa May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco

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    Beleaguered British Prime Minister Theresa May is appointing new members of her government after several of them lost their seats in Parliament in this week's general election that proved disastrous for her Conservative Party. Earlier, Prime Minister Theresa May said that she is considering to clinch a deal with the DUP to guide the United Kingdom through crucial Brexit talks.
  • Macron party set for big win in France

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    How do the parliamentary elections work? Each constituency represents approximately 125,000 individuals. Most races involve several candidates in the first round and are whittled down to two in the second round. The Republican party is forecast to be the second most popular party, winning 21.5 per cent of the vote. But with 50 of its MPs not standing again, it could lose more support to REM.
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    White House Insists "Covfefe" Is Real-and Trump Insiders Know What It

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    And as the debate simmered, Twitter users turned to the one account that might be able to help: Merriam Webster. Flip through the slides above to see the memes. Unfortunately, he tweeted " covfefe " instead of coverage. Hillary Clinton , speaking Wednesday at Codecon in California , joked that Trump's recent apparent mis-tweet was actually a coded message to Russian Federation.
  • British PM Theresa May under fresh pressure as top aides quit

    British PM Theresa May under fresh pressure as top aides quit

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    Trump emphasised his commitment to the United States-United Kingdom special relationship and underscored that he looks forward to working with the Prime Minister on shared goals and interests in the years to come. FILE - This is a July 25, 2017 file photo of of Arlene Foster , left, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, with Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May , during a meeting in Belfast.
  • Iran lawmakers briefed on Tehran attacks

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    The intelligence ministry said they were Iranians who had joined the Islamic State group and travelled to its strongholds in Iraq and Syria before returning home . Iranian security officials counter that it is their regional rival Saudi Arabia , a close U.S. ally, that is responsible for funding and spreading the ideology that most closely resembles ISIL's.