• Top Theresa May aides resign after conservative United Kingdom election humiliation
Top Theresa May aides resign after conservative United Kingdom election humiliation

The DUP , in a separate statement, said talks with Conservative Party representatives had been positive and will continue this week to work on details, and to reach agreement on the arrangements for the new parliament . "It's an issue very close to my heart and one that I wanted categoric assurances from the prime minister on, and I received ...

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  • Trump, Tillerson send mixed messages on Qatar
Trump, Tillerson send mixed messages on Qatar

But Trump , taking a much harder line than his chief diplomat, demanded that Qatar "stop teaching people to kill other people, stop filling their heads with hate", and stop funding terror groups. Indeed, his tone and approach undercut that of Secretary Tillerson , who barely an hour earlier had delivered a more nuanced appeal for de-escalation, m...

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  • Awful, Eagles lose 0-2 to Bafana Bafana
Awful, Eagles lose 0-2 to Bafana Bafana

Bafana Bafana , in their first match under new coach Stuart Baxter, put an end to Nigeria coach, Gernot Rohr's unbeaten streak since taking charge of the team in 2016. It will be better, much better". "Beating Nigeria 2-0 on their home soil is massive for my players and the football association of the country". With this victory, South Afri...

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  • Trump's hard-line approach clashes with Tillerson on Qatar
Trump's hard-line approach clashes with Tillerson on Qatar

Earlier on Friday, Mr Trump discussed Qatar and the need for Gulf unity with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. In a rare public statement , Tillerson appealed to the Middle Eastern and North African governments behind the blockade of Qatar.

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  • Merkel says ready for Brexit talks, assumes UK sticking to its plan
Merkel says ready for Brexit talks, assumes UK sticking to its plan

May, who had campaigned against Brexit a year ago, delivered her terms for withdrawal on March 29 that included a clean break from the European Union single market. Michel Barnier , the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, indicated on Twitter that the European Union was prepared to show some patience, making it clear that talks should not begin until t...

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  • United Nations Rejects Saudi Arabia's List of Qatari 'Terrorists'
United Nations Rejects Saudi Arabia's List of Qatari 'Terrorists'

The alliance against Qatar also included Egypt, whose leadership ousted the Brotherhood in a 2013 coup led by U.A.E. -backed army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, as well as Bahrain. "Are we living really in the 21st century?" It published remarks falsely attributed to Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, in which he allegedly discussed Iran's role in the M...

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  • Trump calls for 'quicker, safer' air-traffic control in bid for privatization
Trump calls for 'quicker, safer' air-traffic control in bid for privatization

Declaring the current system " stuck painfully in the past ", Trump called for separating air traffic control operations from the Federal Aviation Administration , an approach that us airlines have long championed. Though Trump outlined only broad strokes of his proposal , his speech threw presidential support behind a plan that in recent years...

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  • Canadian GP: Hamilton takes 65th pole position, equals Senna's record
Canadian GP: Hamilton takes 65th pole position, equals Senna's record

So I am honoured to be honoured by that family. Having already passed his idol in career victories, Hamilton described the gift as the greatest thing he has been given in racing above and beyond his trophies. It's really odd to think that I'm now here and have that number of poles. "Montreal is a lovely place, and it's been home to me, I've grown...

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  • ECB Leaves Main Interest Rate at 0.0%, Forward Guidance Adjusted Slightly
ECB Leaves Main Interest Rate at 0.0%, Forward Guidance Adjusted Slightly

It kept its easy money policy unchanged as widely expected, however, including its 2.3 trillion euro (US$2.59 trillion) bond-buying program and sub-zero interest rates , despite resistance from cash-rich Germany. However, hours before the European Central Bank meeting, EU statistics agency Eurostat reported the eurozone economy had grown by ...

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  • Here's what you need to know about the British election
Here's what you need to know about the British election

The charities minister had held his Reading East seat since 2005, before being defeated by Labour's Matt Rodda, who gained a majority of 3,749 on Thursday. The Northern Ireland party is officially opposed to same-sex marriages and abortions, both which are legal in the rest of Britain. Nigel Evans was among several Conservative MPs to call fo...

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  • Tony Awards on Sunday take place under 'Hamilton' shadow
Tony Awards on Sunday take place under 'Hamilton' shadow

Kevin Spacey , the Oscar-winning ‚à "úHouse of Cards‚à "ù star who happens to have a Tony Award of his own, will host this year's awards show on Sunday". Those shows could still win in other categories. But when O'Donnell wrote to the Broadway League last June to recognize the casting directors in theater-who number roughly 40-his request...

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  • Range Resources (RRC) Goes Ex-Dividend Soon
Range Resources (RRC) Goes Ex-Dividend Soon

Seven Eight Capital LP acquired a new position in shares of Antero Resources Corp during the fourth quarter valued at $132,000. Financial Architects Inc now owns 4,900 shares of the oil and gas exploration company's stock worth $143,000 after buying an additional 1,100 shares during the last quarter.

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  • Google Marks the UK's General Election With a New Doodle
Google Marks the UK's General Election With a New Doodle

Polling stations across the country are open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday 8 June. Exit polls are released as soon as voting closes at 10pm and provide a good estimate as to what the result will be. It's a sight we have all seen before with ballot boxes being rushed into halls - and the first seat to declare in the United Kingdom is usually Sun...

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  • British election - Democratic Unionist Party play the kingmakers
British election - Democratic Unionist Party play the kingmakers

The broadcasters' exit poll, which historically has been very close to the actual result, suggested the United Kingdom is heading for a hung parliament , with the Conservatives the largest single party in the House of Commons but 12 seats short of the 326 they need for an absolute majority.

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  • Threat to shut down petrol pumps on June 15
Threat to shut down petrol pumps on June 15

The seamless execution of the 40 day pilot at 5 cities viz Chandigarh, Jamshedpur, Puducherry, Udaipur, and Vishakhapatnam, has reassured all stakeholders on the efficacy of its implementation, he said. "Any such decision shall wipe out his entire working capital if the prices were to go down frequently", it said. According to an article in NDTV,...

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  • Worldwide efforts intensify to resolve Qatar dispute in Gulf
Worldwide efforts intensify to resolve Qatar dispute in Gulf

Turkey and Qatar have both provided support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and backed rebels fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad. Demonstrators marched through Istanbul, waving flags of Qatar and Turkey and carrying banners reading "Qatar is not alone" and "Turkey with Qatar" while others chanted slogans against Israel and impe...

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  • USA carries out historic ballistic missile intercept
USA carries out historic ballistic missile intercept

Experts compared the test to hitting a bullet with another bullet, with the complexity magnified by the enormous distances involved. The successful $ 244 million endeavor on Tuesday marked the first live-fire test of us defenses against an intercontinental ballistic missile , according to the Pentagon.

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  • May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco
May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May returns to Downing Street with her husband Philip after traveling to Buckingham Palace to ask the Queen's permission to form a minority government, in London , June 9, 2017. He said it was impossible to predict whether she would still be prime minister at the end of the year. But Mr Corbyn said: "I don't ...

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  • Arab nations add people, groups with Qatar links to terrorism list
Arab nations add people, groups with Qatar links to terrorism list

A Qatari official said Trump in the call had "expressed readiness to find a solution to the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf, and stressed his keenness that the Gulf remains stable". military base hosted by Qatar that serves, in part, as a launchpad for strikes on Islamic State jihadists. It questions whether other more traditional Gulf monarchies are...

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  • UK Election: Pound down after early results
UK Election: Pound down after early results

The impact on the markets are notable. The result - flagged by some analysts as the worst possible election outcome due to uncertainty - caused the pound to fall as much as 2.5 percent to $1.2635 in early European trade, its lowest level since May called the election on April 18.

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