• Sinn Fein leader says DUP-Tory deal will 'end in tears'
Sinn Fein leader says DUP-Tory deal will 'end in tears'

Her Downing Street office had announced on Saturday that the "principles of an outline agreement" with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) had been agreed, only for the DUP itself to cast doubt on that account hours later.

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  • In Turnaround Decision, AG Sessions to Testify Before Senate About Russian Connections
In Turnaround Decision, AG Sessions to Testify Before Senate About Russian Connections

In a letter to Senate Intel Cmte heads Burr and Warner, cmte member Ron Wyden says he wants to hear from AG Sessions in a *public* hearing. Senator James Lankford, Republican of Oklahoma, said on CBS's Face the Nation Sunday that the committee is still in a "final conversation" with Sessions but assumes the hearing would be public.

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  • Salma Hayek on Donald Trump: 'I told him I had a boyfriend'
Salma Hayek on Donald Trump: 'I told him I had a boyfriend'

WATCH the awkward story unfold in the video below! "I was in an event with my boyfriend", she said while narrating the incident. She said Trump had a surprising response. Shortly afterward, more than a million people signed a petition urging her to rescind the offer. Overstepping the mark: 'Now he's calling [me] and he's inviting me out, ...

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  • Netanyahu's 'Fantasy': Israeli PM Calls for Closure of UN Palestinian Refugee Agency
Netanyahu's 'Fantasy': Israeli PM Calls for Closure of UN Palestinian Refugee Agency

In public remarks to his Cabinet at its weekly meeting, Netanyahu said UNRWA perpetuated, rather than solved, the Palestinian refugee problem and that anti-Israeli incitement was rife in its institutions, which includes schools. UNWRA said Friday it "condemns the existence of such tunnels in the strongest possible terms". It says it now aids 5 mi...

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  • Qatar ready to talk over Gulf concerns, Kuwait says
Qatar ready to talk over Gulf concerns, Kuwait says

Almost a week after Saudi Arabia and several of its allies severed ties with Qatar in an unprecedented Gulf diplomatic crisis, there were no signs of the bitter dispute being resolved. "We will continue deliveries as long as there is demand". "(Kuwait) affirms the readiness of the brothers in Qatar to understand the reality of the qualms and conc...

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  • 'Wonder Woman' beats 'The Mummy' at the box office
'Wonder Woman' beats 'The Mummy' at the box office

That couldn't compete with Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman in its second weekend. Universal's The Mummy looked its age, selling a relatively feeble USD32.2 million in tickets in its debut weekend. "It's not about which one went first". 2 million in North America. Cruise with reunite with "Edge" director Doug Liman for Universal's "American Made".

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  • DOJ responds to Comey's testimony about Sessions
DOJ responds to Comey's testimony about Sessions

Think of that. I hardly know the man. "Who would do that?" Trump said he would "100 percent" speak under oath to refute Comey's dramatic Thursday testimony . It's too soon for polls gauging reaction to Comey's testimony yesterday but the clip below that's being circulated by the RNC gives you a clue how it'll go, in case there was a shred of d...

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  • No deal finalised yet for May UK govt
No deal finalised yet for May UK govt

A statement from the PM's office, which is now short of May's two closest advisers after they were forced to resign after the election, said: "We will welcome any such deal being agreed, as it will provide the stability and certainty the whole country requires as we embark on Brexit and beyond".

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  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel urges Mexico to stop 'disappearances'
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urges Mexico to stop 'disappearances'

The sterling dropped more than two percent to $1.2702 against the USA dollar on Friday, moving closer to levels not seen since April 18, when Prime Minister Theresa May called the snap election to strengthen her hand in negotiations for the UK's exit from the European Union.

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  • Ceremonies planned for one-year anniversary of Pulse nightclub massacre
Ceremonies planned for one-year anniversary of Pulse nightclub massacre

She paid her respects to Pulse late last week. It was the worst mass shooting of civilians in American history, leaving 49 people dead and dozens injured. As he says in the video, "It was heartbreaking to see so many precious lives taken and so many families destroyed because of hatred". For many people, part of coping and beginning the healing...

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  • Reflective Hamilton closes gap on Vettel
Reflective Hamilton closes gap on Vettel

Germany's Sebastian Vettel with Ferrari came in fourth after he managed to pass Mexico's Sergio Perez with Force India followed by Perez's French colleague Esteban Ocon. Vettel said he did not spot that the wing was badly damaged because the safety auto came out before he had had a chance to get a proper feel for the vehicle.

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  • Iran claims to have killed planner of Tehran terror attacks
Iran claims to have killed planner of Tehran terror attacks

As the 17 victims were buried on Friday, Iran's current Shiite leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei , and parliamentary speaker, Ali Larijani , directed blame at the United States and Saudi Arabia - the nation's fiercest regional rival.

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  • World Iran Rejects Trump's Condolence Message, Friendship Claims
World Iran Rejects Trump's Condolence Message, Friendship Claims

At least 13 people were killed and dozens injured in gun and bomb attacks at the Iranian parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini's shrine in Tehran on Wednesday. Tasmin news agency said there were unconfirmed reports that the attackers had taken four hostages inside the parliament building. "For these two actions to happen.

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  • Iran turns wrath on US, Saudi over attacks
Iran turns wrath on US, Saudi over attacks

Earlier on Friday evening, Ali Alqasimehr, head of Fars Province's justice department, said seven people have been captured in the southwestern province. It is particularly bloody to use an official statement of sympathy over a terrorist attack as a vehicle to promote war against the victim country, but that is exactly what the Trump White House di...

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  • Gambling debt was motive behind Philippines casino attack, not terrorism, police say
Gambling debt was motive behind Philippines casino attack, not terrorism, police say

Despite some initially contradictory accounts of the chaos, what is known so far appears to back up that claim. Instead, he fired into the ceilings, scattering panicked crowds, some of whom jumped out windows to escape the attack. Many in Manila feared after the attack began that it was linked to ongoing battles with Muslim militants aligned wi...

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  • Sen. McCain Says Confusing Questions to Comey Resulted From Tiredness
Sen. McCain Says Confusing Questions to Comey Resulted From Tiredness

Comey delivered his answer clearly. "We're going to win so much", Trump quipped in the closing days of the 2016 campaign. In late March, Comey testified , Trump again called him at the Federal Bureau of Investigation to say the Russian Federation probe was "a cloud" hanging over his ability to lead the country and asking "what we could ...

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  • Sen. John McCain's weird questioning of Comey
Sen. John McCain's weird questioning of Comey

Comey - President Comey . case of President Trump". Yet, after all of these inferred, admittedly subjective conclusions, not one Republican asked Mr. President Donald Trump asked Coats or Rogers to take any action on the Russian Federation investigation. "It does not rise to obstruction, because it was wording/semantic, not the substa...

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  • Philippine crisis deepens as air strike on rebels accidentally kills 11 soldiers
Philippine crisis deepens as air strike on rebels accidentally kills 11 soldiers

Marawi is a densely populated city of 200,000 on the island of Mindanao, home to much of the nation's Muslim majority. Lorenzana said the governmout would also investigate if there was miscommunication between the ground commanders and the pilots.

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  • Dublin warns May over pact with Northern Irish party
Dublin warns May over pact with Northern Irish party

A confidence-and-supply arrangement means the DUP would support May's government in exchange for concessions on some issues rather than forming a formal governing coalition that controls a majority in Parliament . There was confusion over the status of the deal overnight after Number 10 had said it was agreed in principle, but was contradicted b...

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  • Irish premier warns May not to put Good Friday Agreement at risk
Irish premier warns May not to put Good Friday Agreement at risk

He spoke to the British prime minister by phone yesterday and expressed his concerns about her bid to prop up the United Kingdom government with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). "Northern Ireland's political leaders now have this chance to take control and restore effective power sharing government under the current assembly mandate".

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  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel: EU ready for Brexit talks
German Chancellor Angela Merkel: EU ready for Brexit talks

Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, said he was also ready to start talks and hoped the United Kingdom general election would not have an impact. Other EU leaders have expressed concerns the failure to win a majority may make negotiations even more hard. "United Kingdom wanted it, but is still not ready to negotiate".

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  • 'Some regional countries' fueling Afghan war: Hekmatyar
'Some regional countries' fueling Afghan war: Hekmatyar

Afghanistan is on the front line of a global war against such violence, he said. The Afghan authorities believe that Pakistan's spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) supplied the Haqqani network with explosives to conduct the bombing .

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  • Senators sound calls to release Comey 'tapes' as Trump attacks 'cowardly' leak
Senators sound calls to release Comey 'tapes' as Trump attacks 'cowardly' leak

Though Mr Trump has lambasted Mr Comey as a " leaker ", he also claimed "total and complete vindication" following the ex-FBI chief's testimony, focusing on Mr Comey's confirmation that Mr Trump was not personally being probed. Trump: I didn't say that . But Trump's denunciations of Comey have only fueled demands that the president - who has denie...

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  • London attackers wore fake bomb belts
London attackers wore fake bomb belts

Images have been released of the fake explosive belts worn by the London Bridge attackers . Cressida Dick told The Associated Press in an interview Saturday: "It's desperately sad and poignant but among those who died is someone who's British, there are French, Australian, Canadian, Spanish".

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  • Duterte says Didn't Seek US Support in Marawi
Duterte says Didn't Seek US Support in Marawi

The President, early in his term, threatened to repeal agreements between the Philippines and the U.S. after he slammed former American President Barack Obama for supposedly being critical of his anti-illegal drugs drive. The arrest came days after her husband, Cayamora Maute, was arrested trying to enter Davao earlier in the week. Philippine P...

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  • 'Dear Evan Hansen,' 'Oslo,' 'Hello, Dolly!,' win big at 2017 Tony Awards
'Dear Evan Hansen,' 'Oslo,' 'Hello, Dolly!,' win big at 2017 Tony Awards

The Broadway revival of August Wilson's Jitney , which won the 2017 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play, might be mounted elsewhere in the near future, according to Barry Grove, executive producer of the Manhattan Theatre Club. The actress lauded Hellman for her "eerily prescient play". Britons were awarded with some of the smaller prizes on...

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  • Brother of man who dismembered boy found dead in home
Brother of man who dismembered boy found dead in home

Police rushed to the house on 466 E. 2nd St. after a third Aron brother, Yerachmiel, discovered Tzvi's body. A spokeswoman for the New York City medical examiner's office released a statement Sunday saying the autopsy was inconclusive and the cause and manner of Tzvi's death are pending further investigation.

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  • Enter stage right: The conservative Christian DUP party, new kingmakers of Westminster?
Enter stage right: The conservative Christian DUP party, new kingmakers of Westminster?

Facing down calls to stand down by Labour , the Lib Dems and even some of her own MPs , a defiant Mrs May has chose to cling on to power by forming a minority Conservative government. Based on current seat projections, Labour and its potential allies fall short of the 326 required to form a majority. A "soft" Brexit, by which the United Kingdom g...

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  • UK's Boris Johnson says PM May is best person to deliver Brexit
UK's Boris Johnson says PM May is best person to deliver Brexit

Labour had won 261 seats. "They discussed the outcome of the United Kingdom general election and the prime minister outlined the proposed supply and confidence arrangement between her party and the..." Talks with European Union leaders are due to start in less than two weeks and those meetings may now need to be delayed, further eroding the t...

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  • May clings to power despite election fail
May clings to power despite election fail

After an initial round of discussions, Downing Street had said on Saturday that the "principles of an outline agreement" had been agreed with the DUP . Will the party with the most MPs form the next government? May spoke to the Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny over the phone on Sunday .

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  • Nurse Killed in London Bridge Attack 'Ran Towards Danger'
Nurse Killed in London Bridge Attack 'Ran Towards Danger'

Kirsty Boden , 28, worked as a staff nurse in theatres recovery at the hospital, run by Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. The attackers were shot by police on the scene. The friend described seeing Echeverria for the last time lying on the floor after confronting one of the assailants. Ignacio Echeverria , a 39-year-old Spaniard and an ...

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  • Britain's PM May to face party lawmakers after election disaster
Britain's PM May to face party lawmakers after election disaster

As for his plans for the Labour party in the meantime, Corbyn suggested he would provide an olive branch to his critics and said Labour will table a "substantial amendment" to the Queen's Speech calling for a "jobs first Brexit ". " Mail on Sunday tripe", he wrote. Former Conservative cabinet minister Owen Paterson, asked about her future, said: ...

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  • British election shocker: PM loses majority in Parliament
British election shocker: PM loses majority in Parliament

Just after noon, she was driven the short distance from Downing Street to Buckingham Palace to ask Queen Elizabeth for permission to form a government - a formality under the British system. It would be only the second coalition government in the United Kingdom since World War II. Throughout the election, May pressed heavily on the Brexit issue s...

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  • India skipper Kohli lauds fighting spirit after Oval rout
India skipper Kohli lauds fighting spirit after Oval rout

The ball wasn't swinging, so we wanted to stick to a tight line. "That's my fault. Obviously he (de Villiers) is a big player for us and he was looking good and it was a crunch time in the game". De Villiers endured a miserable tournament, scoring only 20 runs, while his team came in for heavy criticism after losing twice in three matches. With...

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  • United Kingdom prime minister makes Cabinet appointments
United Kingdom prime minister makes Cabinet appointments

The Prime Minister sought to shore up her extremely vulnerable position with a reshuffle that confirmed most key figures in their existing jobs, although there were a couple of unexpected moves that saw the return of Brexiteer Michael Gove as Environment Secretary, well as key promotions for Tories who backed remaining in the European Union - inc...

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