• US courts reject Trump appeal over Muslim US entry ban
US courts reject Trump appeal over Muslim US entry ban

On Monday, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against a revised version of the executive order , using the President's tweets against him in making their decision. Federal judges in Maryland and Hawaii blocked Trump's 90-day ban on travelers from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The US Justice Depa...

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  • Xi snubs Sharif in Astana over China duo's killing in Pakistan
Xi snubs Sharif in Astana over China duo's killing in Pakistan

The Prime Minister also spoke on the need to enhance connectivity in the region and said it was the key to boost trade and investment. The prime minister, during his stay in Astana , participated in 17th meeting of the Heads of State Council of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).

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  • Trump pleased with Sessions testimony
Trump pleased with Sessions testimony

The exchange raises questions about why Sessions , who showed little interest in Russian Federation while he was a senator, met with Kislyak at all during the election. Sessions said he did not hold an undisclosed meeting with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak at a speech by then-candidate Trump at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington a year...

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  • Donald Trump supporters turn on special counsel Robert Mueller
Donald Trump supporters turn on special counsel Robert Mueller

Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire, Rosenstein said he found no good cause to fire Mueller. "If there were not good cause, it wouldn't matter to me what anybody says". "Mr. Ruddy never spoke to the president regarding this issue", White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement. He also downplayed complaints that Mueller and fired FBI ...

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  • North Korea frees American student; parents say he's in coma
North Korea frees American student; parents say he's in coma

Warmbier's family told The Washington Post that officials in North Korea told American envoys that Warmbier had been in a coma for more than a year after becoming ill with botulism and taking a sleeping pill. "For North Korea to imprison Otto with no notification or consular access for more than a year is the utmost example of its complete failur...

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  • Rosenstein says he's seen no good cause to fire Mueller
Rosenstein says he's seen no good cause to fire Mueller

Later during the hearing, he said in response to a question from another senator, "If there were good cause [to fire Mueller] I would consider it". "I do not", Sessions said when asked whether he knows whether the president records his conversations.

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  • Nine Jammu and Kashmir Students, Coached By Army, Crack IIT Exam
Nine Jammu and Kashmir Students, Coached By Army, Crack IIT Exam

The army chief praised the courage and commitment of these students, and urged them to motivate the Kashmiri youth to shun violence and contribute in nation-building activities. "Whenever you have time, you should devote it to studies", General Rawat said while making a reference to the scores of youth who had taken up stones.

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  • American Citizen Held by North Korea Is Free, But in a Coma
American Citizen Held by North Korea Is Free, But in a Coma

Warmbier is en route to the United States, where he will be reunited with his family". It has been widely reported that Rodman and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un are good friends. The State Department is continuing to discuss three other detained Americans with North Korea, he said. The Stalinist regime rarely engages Americans, and Rodman's per...

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  • Jeff Sessions Testifies He Never Discussed Election With Russians
Jeff Sessions Testifies He Never Discussed Election With Russians

This was after a February meeting in which Comey said Trump told Sessions and others to leave the room before asking him to drop a probe into National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation. Sessions heads to Capitol Hill in a perilous position with his boss, with U.S. media reporting Trump has grown displeased w...

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  • TIMELINE: Escaped inmates accused of shooting, killing 2 correctional officers
TIMELINE: Escaped inmates accused of shooting, killing 2 correctional officers

Authorities said they are armed with the officers'.40 caliber Glock pistols. Sheriff Sills had a message for the escaped inmates: "I would suggest you surrender before we find you". "Officer Billue's family asks for prayers for all of those who are now placing their own lives at risk to bring these men to justice and asks anyone who has informa...

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  • Sessions says he will appear before Senate Intelligence Committee
Sessions says he will appear before Senate Intelligence Committee

The appearance before the Senate intelligence committee comes one week after former FBI Director Comey cryptically told lawmakers the bureau had expected Sessions to recuse himself weeks before he did from an investigation into contacts between Trump campaign associates and Russian Federation during the 2016 election.

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  • US Says Rodman Did Not Help In NKorea Release
US Says Rodman Did Not Help In NKorea Release

For over a year, Warmbier was deprived of his most basic of human rights as the poor student was innocently caught in the cross-hairs of North Korea's continued acts of provocation against the United States. In March last year, he was sentenced to 15 years hard labor. The White House says a US envoy met with North Korean foreign ministry represen...

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  • France vs England:France edge thrilling friendly against England
France vs England:France edge thrilling friendly against England

French football fans sang God Save The Queen ahead of the match between France and England in tribute to the victims of attacks in London and Manchester . Southgate felt the defeat was not all negative for his experimental Three Lions team, which saw Tottenham full-back Kieran Trippier handed his England debut while Burnley goalk...

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  • Sessions rejects hint of collusion with Russian Federation as 'detestable lie'
Sessions rejects hint of collusion with Russian Federation as 'detestable lie'

Sessions testified before the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee, and Democratic members grew frustrated and testy about Sessions' memory lapses and references to unspecified U.S. The attorney general could also face questions about whether he met Kislyak on a third occasion. Sessions lent his support to the special counsel, Robert Mueller, who...

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  • Kabul blast: Corps commanders reject 'unwarranted accusations' against Pakistan
Kabul blast: Corps commanders reject 'unwarranted accusations' against Pakistan

A Taliban spokesman rejected Ghani's latest offer of a peace dialogue and denounced Tuesday's Kabul gathering as another attempt to "endorse and prolong foreign occupation" of Afghanistan . "We must be strong and united". "Any meeting that leads to an expansion of the invasion of Afghanistan is ineffective and Afghans will not believe in it".

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  • Brexit Talks May Not Begin On June 19
Brexit Talks May Not Begin On June 19

May's spokesman said the prime minister, who in March set Britain on a two-year countdown to leaving the EU that included a clean break with the bloc's single market and customs union, was not changing her position on what she wants from Brussels.

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  • American student released by North Korea is in coma
American student released by North Korea is in coma

There is no way of knowing yet whether the North Korean version of events is true, but the Warmbiers have been told their son had been in a coma the whole time . "Fred, Cindy, and the Warmbier family have been remarkably strong throughout this ordeal". Warmbier's release came during a visit to North Korea by former National Basketball Asso...

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  • PM Lee 'deeply saddened' by siblings' allegations
PM Lee 'deeply saddened' by siblings' allegations

They said such behaviour was in stark contrast to Kuan Yew's leadership, as he had always held the best interests of Singapore and its people at heart. The PM, presently overseas on leave with his family, has responded in a statement of his own - "Ho Ching and I deny these allegations, especially the absurd claim that I have political ambitions f...

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  • Collusion with Russia a
Collusion with Russia a "detestable and appalling lie": Sessions

Sessions said he did not have an undisclosed meeting with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak in the Mayflower Hotel in Washington , contradicting reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had been investigating whether such contacts took place .

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  • 'Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly' Makes A Tepid Debut
'Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly' Makes A Tepid Debut

Trump's most ardent critics are already talking of impeachment. The former Fox News anchor's questions would have been explosive had Putin answered any of them with a "yes", but unsurprisingly, he did not confess to rigging the US election or having video of our president enjoying the defilement of a Moscow hotel bed.

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  • Warmbier has been in coma for more than a year, parents say
Warmbier has been in coma for more than a year, parents say

His family said he has been in a coma for more than a year, adding that he became ill after his March 2016 trial in Pyongyang. Rodman, who has traveled to the isolated nation four times since 2013, had told reporters before arriving in Pyongyang that he hopes his trip will "open a door" for Trump.

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  • UVA student jailed by North Korea released for medical reasons
UVA student jailed by North Korea released for medical reasons

Warmbier, 22, was freed more than a year after a North Korean court sentenced him to 15 years in prison and hard labor. Now, Warmbier's family has been told he suffered a bout of deadly botulism poisoning in March, took a sleeping pill and has been in a coma ever since.

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  • Trump lets Pentagon set Afghanistan troop levels
Trump lets Pentagon set Afghanistan troop levels

According to Mattis, the Pentagon defines the winning in Afghanistan as a situation where the Afghan government, with worldwide help, will be able to handle the violence and drive it down to a level that local security forces can handle it.

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  • North Korea releases detained United States student 'in coma'
North Korea releases detained United States student 'in coma'

Before arriving this time, Rodman told reporters that Trump would be happy with the trip, since he was "trying to accomplish something that we both need", sparking speculation that he may be operating as an unofficial envoy. Such direct consultations between the two governments are rare. Thousands of US troops are based in South Korea, and the Demi...

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  • Theresa May tells Tory MPs: 'I'm sorry'
Theresa May tells Tory MPs: 'I'm sorry'

Mrs May met lawmakers from her Conservative Party yesterday to convince them that she should remain as leader after some had called for her to quit, following her lacklustre campaign and decision to call the election in the first place. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said May's government lacked the credibility necessary for Brexit talks...

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  • Wyden Fires Up Sessions During Contentious Exchange
Wyden Fires Up Sessions During Contentious Exchange

Mark Warner, D-Virginia. Sessions was confronted during the hearing when he refused to answer questions about conversations that he had with President Trump . "Mr. Comey said that there were matters with respect to the recusal that were problematic and he couldn't talk about them". Before he became attorney general, Sessions served two d...

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  • Theresa May hold talks with DUP to form government
Theresa May hold talks with DUP to form government

DUP leaders, Arlene Foster and Nigel Dodds, are now in the Westminister to discuss the possibility of post election ties. May, who failed to secure an outright majority after last week's election and is aiming to strike a deal with the DUP to pass her legislative programme, made no comment as she left her Downing Street office.

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  • #GE2017 Tories claim their election success in Scotland
#GE2017 Tories claim their election success in Scotland

During the campaign, it was evident the SNP were not thrilled to be having this election so soon and their message was not always clear. She added: "Folk might remember I fought a leadership election on the other side of that particular argument".

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  • Jeff Sessions denies 'false and scurrilous Russia allegations'
Jeff Sessions denies 'false and scurrilous Russia allegations'

That led some Democrats to suggest he was trying to impede the investigation. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is contradicting fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's testimony about his concerns over a meeting he had with US President Donald Trump .

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  • Senators slam Donald Trump administration for delay in Afghan war plan
Senators slam Donald Trump administration for delay in Afghan war plan

Mattis attended the wide-ranging hearing with the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford, who said the United States had an adversarial relationship with Russian Federation. The C4ADS report said a small number of interconnected Chinese firms accounted for the vast proportion of trade with North Korea , leaving the impoverished country's procurem...

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  • Telstra is cutting 1400 jobs
Telstra is cutting 1400 jobs

We'll be updating this story as soon as Telstra makes its announcement. This is not the major round of job cuts rolled out by Telstra , which is understood to have cut more than 1000 jobs between June and December previous year. The downsizing equates to roughly 4 percent of Telstra's workforce - as of December 2016, the company had the equi...

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  • Senators condemn NK treatment of US student
Senators condemn NK treatment of US student

They say that Otto Warmbier is on a Medivac flight on his way home. He'd been in custody since January 2016 and was sentenced in March 2016 in a one-hour trial. "Otto has been in a coma for over a year now and urgently needs proper medical care in the United States", said Bill Richardson, a veteran former diplomat and politician who has played ...

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  • England hold edge against Pakistan in first semifinal
England hold edge against Pakistan in first semifinal

The Champions Trophy 2017 has already reached the semi-final stage with hosts England set to take on Pakistan in the first semi-final on Wednesday. 8- 10 in the ICC rankings in ODI cricket but is a team that should not be underestimated. Sri Lanka's total in the end became daunting as Lasith Malinga the evergreen Lankan hero led the Lanka...

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  • No longer out of bounds: Trump allies question Mueller probe
No longer out of bounds: Trump allies question Mueller probe

The White House, however, said Trump and Ruddy have never discussed the issue. Mueller, who directed the Federal Bureau of Investigation under former Presidents George W. Robert Mueller isn't a contestant on The Apprentice. Christopher Ruddy, a Trump friend and chief executive of Newsmax Media, told PBS' "NewsHour" program on Monday that Trum...

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  • USA first family reunited in White House
USA first family reunited in White House

The fact that the President will finally have his wife and 11-year-old son Barron living with him under the same roof is, without a doubt, a welcome development. Melania's constant presence in the capital is sure to bring a higher level of expectation when it comes to her duties as First Lady . "They are focusing on a seamless integration of el...

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