• Tillerson: Some demands on Qatar very hard to meet
Tillerson: Some demands on Qatar very hard to meet

Designations: Qatar hands all those terrorist designated and those requested by four countries (who wrote demands) and terrorist elements on U.S. and worldwide lists, freeze their assets, and don't harbor more elements in future, offer Intel on members especially related to movement, finances.

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  • May's Tories strikes 1 bn pound power deal with N Ireland's
May's Tories strikes 1 bn pound power deal with N Ireland's

She added that the funding would "address the unique circumstances" of Northern Ireland and the impact on its people. She now has her majority, whatever the cost, and a dividend could be the conclusion of a deal to get power sharing at Stormont up and running too.

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  • S Koreans march to protest US missile defence system
S Koreans march to protest US missile defence system

Pyongyang has conducted dozens of missile launches and tested two nuclear bombs since the beginning of 2016, in violation of United Nations resolutions. "I believe in dialogue, but dialogue is possible when it's backed by strong defense and engagement policy is possible only when we have security ability that can overwhelm the North", Moon was qu...

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  • Former Obama aide: 'We followed the book' on Russian meddling
Former Obama aide: 'We followed the book' on Russian meddling

Now, as Federal Bureau of Investigation special counsel Robert Mueller and congressional intelligence committees continue to investigate Russia's election interference, evidence is emerging that the hacking and disinformation campaign waged at the direction of Russian President Vladimir Putin took at least four separate but related paths.

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  • Rainbows, and politics too, at pride parade
Rainbows, and politics too, at pride parade

But some of them also got political. "We must come together and feel, 'This is who we are, and we are proud of being who we are'". Cuomo, a Democrat, on Sunday formally appointed Paul G. Organizers of the 2017 Istanbul LGBTI Pride said Sunday the gathering would begin at 5 p.m. (14:00 GMT) in central Taksim Square, using a Turkish hashtag for "we m...

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  • USA jet 'downs Iranian-made drone' in southern Syria
USA jet 'downs Iranian-made drone' in southern Syria

The armed Shahed-129 drone was destroyed by a U.S. F-15 fighter jet around 12:30 a.m. local time. "It displayed hostile intent and advanced on coalition forces", the statement read . House, according to state party officials. A top U.S. general said the country would work to relaunch the "deconfliction" hotline established in 2015, after Rus...

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  • Jury in Minnesota Acquits Police Officer in Fatal Shooting
Jury in Minnesota Acquits Police Officer in Fatal Shooting

July 7: Protesters converge overnight at Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton's official residence in the state capital of St. Paul. A United States police officer has been acquitted in the slaying of a black motorist he shot five times during a traffic stop past year, an incident that drew national attention after the victim's girlfriend live-streamed ...

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  • Hurricane Dora strengthens off Mexico's Pacific coast
Hurricane Dora strengthens off Mexico's Pacific coast

With two tropical storms last week - "Bret" & "Cindy" - this rather stunning stat from Dr. Phil Klotzbac: there have been 164 tropical cyclones over the Atlantic Basin without a Cat. Here's a list of hurricane names for 2017 . Western Mexican states of Guerrero and Michoacan were expected to receive 1 to inches of rain. Dora was strengthening qu...

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  • North Korea Declares Itself 'Biggest Victim' In Otto Warmbier's Death
North Korea Declares Itself 'Biggest Victim' In Otto Warmbier's Death

The 22-year-old died in an OH hospital on Monday after North Korea released him for what they described as humanitarian reasons. Doctors found he had suffered a "severe neurological injury" of unknown cause after he returned to the U.S.

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  • Death Toll Climbs In London Grenfell Tower Apartment Fire
Death Toll Climbs In London Grenfell Tower Apartment Fire

When asked whether the death toll was likely to increase further, he said: "Today I know there are 79 people who are either confirmed dead and have been identified, or are missing and sadly I have to presume are dead". The latest figures from NHS England show that 17 patients are still being treated in four London hospitals. Mr Cundy added th...

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  • Trump hosts true friend Modi for first one-on-one
Trump hosts true friend Modi for first one-on-one

Hours after arriving in the U.S. capital, Modi thanked Trump for his "warm welcome" and said he looks forward to meeting him. Following three telephonic conversations between Prime Minister Modi and President Trump, the two leaders will meet for the first time on Monday afternoon.

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  • Travel ban, church-state case await action by Supreme Court
Travel ban, church-state case await action by Supreme Court

Trump says in a statement that his "number one responsibility" is to keep the American people safe. In a big legal victory for President Donald Trump , the U.S. In terms of a replacement, Kennedy might take comfort in the list of 20 judges Trump has vowed to draw from when considering the next vacancy on the court.

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  • Trump to welcome India's prime minister to White House
Trump to welcome India's prime minister to White House

Here are three thorny issues that could make for an uncomfortable visit. "We are working to convert the aspiration of the people of India ", he said amid applause from the audience. -India trade deficit", Eurasia Group analysts Shailesh Kumar and Sasha Riser-Kositsky wrote in a research note this week. Since 2008, India has signed over 15 billion ...

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  • Trump state visit to United Kingdom will go ahead, Boris Johnson says
Trump state visit to United Kingdom will go ahead, Boris Johnson says

The queen told lawmakers from both the upper and lower houses of parliament that the government is committed to building "the widest possible consensus" on Brexit, working with parliament, devolved administrations, business and others. British businesses generally welcomed the prime minister's softer rhetoric, while calling for her to provide more ...

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  • Pyongyang denies torturing United States student who died after release from North Korea
Pyongyang denies torturing United States student who died after release from North Korea

News of North Korea's growing interest in tourism comes days after the tragic death of Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old American student who died after being imprisoned by the country last year. What does the North say to accusations it caused Mr Warmbier's death? Warmbier returned to the United States on June 13 in a coma and died less than a week ...

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  • Death toll from Pak. blasts climbs to 73
Death toll from Pak. blasts climbs to 73

Dozens of protesters offered their Eid prayers wearing black armbands in the market in Parachinar, where the bombs tore through crowds of shoppers on Friday, local officials said. Ali Larijani in a message to Pakistani Chairman of Senate Reza Rabbani and Speaker of National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq condemned the Friday terrorist attacks on Pakist...

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  • Macron to Secure Landslide Majority in French Parliament
Macron to Secure Landslide Majority in French Parliament

To win in the first round, the candidate must obtain an absolute majority, but no less than 25 percent of the votes of all voters registered in the constituency. The Republicans would become the largest opposition force with 80-100 seats, Elabe projected. On the diplomatic front, Macron did not lose to U.S.

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  • Korea denies torturing U.S. student Warmbier
Korea denies torturing U.S. student Warmbier

Two months later, he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor , accused of committing a " hostile act " by trying to steal a political poster from his hotel in Pyongyang, the capital. Former NBA star Dennis Rodman said, "People don't see ... the good side about that country", when discussing his recent trip to North Korea with ABC's " Good Mornin...

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  • United States forces shoot down Iranian drone over Syria as fighting escalates
United States forces shoot down Iranian drone over Syria as fighting escalates

It said Washington had failed to use the hotline - a vital incident-prevention tool - before downing the plane near Raqa. The Russian ministry accused the U.S. Washington has warned it will retaliate if Russian forces prepare to take down a United States aircraft. The unmanned aircraft allegedly displayed hostile intent toward USA -backed coal...

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  • React to Supreme Court's Decision to Consider Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case
React to Supreme Court's Decision to Consider Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case

At the heart of the upcoming Supreme Court case is Wisconsin's Act 43, the state law that redrew the electoral district map in 2011. "Prior to the last decennial redistricting in 2010, voters approved an independent redistricting commission that was tasked with applying specific redistricting criteria that excluded consideration of incumbency a...

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