• UK election: Theresa May clings on, appoints new ministers

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    It was a humiliating outcome after an election that May had meant to strengthen her ahead of the Brexit push. Instead, voters stripped the Conservatives of their parliamentary majority. They could not possibly prefer a Labour Party that is itself divided over Brexit. Several Labour MPs, such as Yvette Cooper, Angela Eagle and Chuka Umunna, have said they would serve in the shadow cabinet despite past criticism of Corbyn's leadership.
  • Duvvada Jagannadham's trailer is out

    Duvvada Jagannadham's trailer is out

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    The new trailer is packed with full of punch lines, macho baddies, songs, dances, actions. If the film offers nonstop entertainment like its trailer then sky is the limit for Duvvada at the box office. Harish took extra care on the new trailer cut after receiving mixed response for the first one. Latest trailer just released these days after the first trailer made the internet storm.
  • North Korea blasts USA over 'selfish' climate withdrawal

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    With Trump's withdrawal, the USA joins Syria and Nicaragua as countries in the United Nations climate group not on board with the Paris climate accord . Unfortunately, that appears to be where President Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord has landed us. The group says its members will remain actively involved with the worldwide community as it looks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and stop the planet from warming more than 1.5 degrees Celsius (about 3.6 degrees ...
  • Iran sends five planes with vegetables to Qatar

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    The port of Dayyer is Iran's closest port to Qatar. Iran yesterday said it had sent four cargo planes of food to Qatar and plans to provide 100 tonnes of fruit and vegetables every day, amid concerns of food shortages. Analysts say Qatar's positive relations with Shia-led Iran - Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia's arch-rival for influence in the region - were one of the causes of the latest rift, and the latest shipments are unlikely to ease the tension.
  • Doubts over Theresa May´s grip on power as DUP deal talks continue

    Doubts over Theresa May´s grip on power as DUP deal talks continue

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    The prospect of being propped up by the socially conservative DUP, which is strongly focused on Northern Ireland's specific political complexities, was causing concerns in the Conservative party, senior lawmaker Graham Brady said. Meanwhile, speculation is rife about a possible schism within the Tory party which may lead to a leadership contest at a time when conservatives are still recovering from a bruising general election campaign.
  • Across the US, marches and rallies in support of LGBT rights

    Across the US, marches and rallies in support of LGBT rights

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    Tens of thousands of people dressed in rainbow attire and waving protest signs walked en masse through Los Angeles on Sunday in a " Resist March " against U.S. As well as Pelosi in attendance, California Senator Kamala Harris tweeted out her support for the Resist March, writing on Twitter: "There's nothing more powerful than a group of determined people marching and standing up for what we know is right".
  • Manchester bomber was 'controlled by Isil group behind Paris attacks'

    Manchester bomber was 'controlled by Isil group behind Paris attacks'

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    According to police, 11 people remain under arrest in relation to the attack, which forced the Conservative government of Theresa May to raise the terror threat alert to its highest level for a few days. The star spent time with youngsters at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital in a surprise appearance ahead of a benefit concert tomorrow. "So happy she came i could burst!" Buckley was off duty and waiting for his 15-year-old daughter Stephanie when the bomb exploded.
  • Korea fires multiple anti-ship missiles: S. Korean military

    Korea fires multiple anti-ship missiles: S. Korean military

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    Japan's navy and air force conducted military drills with two US aircraft carriers in the Sea of Japan last week, following similar joint US-South Korea exercises. These demands include the removal of almost 30,000 US troops in South Korea meant to check North Korean aggression. The launch Thursday - the North's fifth weapons test in a month - was overseen by leader Kim Jong-Un, the state-run Korean Central News Agency reported , and came less than a week after the United Nations ...