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Arab states in row with Qatar laud Trump's supportive stance


Qatar hosts the Al-Udeid military base, the largest U.S. airbase in the Middle East that is central to the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. The NHRC head, Ali bin Smaikh Al-Marri, described the incident as a flagrant violation of the right to practice religious rites as permitted by human rights conventions. Read More »

British PM Now Says DUP Talks Ongoing, No Support Deal Yet


The Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority in Thursday's election - a vote May called in a bid to strengthen her mandate ahead of exit talks with the EU. Meanwhile, DUP leader Arlene Foster has said that talks were ongoing, indicating it may not be such a smooth process after all. May had hoped the election would focus on Brexit, but that never happened, as both the Conservatives and Labour said they would respect voters' wishes and go through with the divorce. Read More »

'Bachelor in Paradise' suspended amid alleged misconduct


Is there any way that production can find a way to salvage Season 4 based on what had already been filmed or will it be tossed in the trash entirely due to these misconduct allegations? The 16 men and women who had begun filming included two runner-ups from previous seasons, two returning Bachelor in Paradise stars and four villains, including Corinne Olympios from Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor and DeMario Jackson , a recent castoff of Rachel Lindsay's The Bachelorette . Read More »

Moment London attackers neutralized by police caught on CCTV


Three attackers were shot dead by police on Saturday as they carried out a stabbing spree in London's Borough Market, a warren of bars and restaurants, after mowing down pedestrians as they drove a van across London Bridge. They said they were unaware of the other two men. Eight people were killed in the attack, including a Frenchman whose body was found in the River Thames on Tuesday, and 48 people were hospitalised. Read More »

London attack: what we know about Khuram Shazad Butt


However Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera reported on Tuesday that Italian intelligence had reported the man to both Moroccan and British authorities. Butt called a community cohesion campaigner a "traitor" and had a "violent scuffle" with a member of an anti-extremism campaign group, while the secretary at a mosque said the Muslim community in east London had reported him at least three times to authorities. Read More »

Majority Of Conservatives Want May To Resign As Prime Minister


The pro-Brexit Gove was appointed Environment Secretary. "Clearly if she's got a worse result than two years ago and is nearly unable to form a government, then she, I doubt, will survive in the long term as Conservative Party leader". That raised the odds that an election called by May to provide "strong and stable government" would bring instability and the chance of yet another early election. Read More »

London attack 'ringleader' tried to rent larger truck


Ho said he couldn't attack them as one of them might detonate what he believed was a genuine suicide belt and kill them all. "It could be that they had plans to take the attack into a siege situation or it might be that they saw it as protection from being shot themselves", the officer said. Read More »

Body of Frenchman missing after London terror attack recovered from Thames

Scotland Yard said Zaghba had not been a police or MI5 "subject of interest" before the attack. Police said there would be "increased physical measures on London's bridges to keep the public safe". A road in Ilford has been cordoned off as officers from the Met Police's Counter Terrorism Command investigating the London Bridge terror attack search a property. Read More »

Defence minister Fallon says government views on Brexit haven't changed

May has struggled to reassert her authority after losing her parliamentary majority in Thursday's snap election , which she had been under no pressure to call. Of more than 1,500 party members, 59 per cent said that May should quit and allow Conservatives to choose a new leader and Prime Minister. He said there was a "possibility" of voting down the Queen's Speech and Labour were going to "push all the way" to achieve that. Read More »

Donald Tusk warns Theresa May there is 'no time to lose'

Rather than establishing clarity, this shock election result has created a kind of chaos - and yet more uncertainty in terms of reaching a reasonable deal on Brexit. Bohuslav Sobotka said that too much time had already been wasted. Originally, the Prime Minister had scheduled the talks for 19 June , "but officials in Brussels were braced for a delay", says the Guardian . Read More »

United Kingdom election: Polish Deputy PM hopes for 'softer' Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May had lost her majority in a snap election she called hoping to strengthen her hand in the upcoming Brexit negotiations , the European Union could hardly resist a chuckle. Brussels doesn't care what political flavour the new United Kingdom government has, it just wants a stable United Kingdom government, with a secure prime minister at its helm, who will stay in place for the duration of the negotiations and who won't waver and U-turn after agreements are made. Read More »

Kane silences Scotland's celebration with late leveller for England


Kane wasn't heavily involved in the game overall, but, in his first match captaining the national team, the 23-year-old managed to have a decisive impact. Scotland defended the first threat well and even looked to have a promising counter-attack on their hands, but they lost possession and switched off at the back, and they were punished for it. Read More »

UK Election Fallout: Two of May's Top Aides Resign


According to ITV's Robert Peston , Mrs May is trying to persuade the ten DUP MPs to enter into a formal coalition agreement as opposed to a " confidence and supply " arrangement. Earlier on Saturday May lost her two closest aides. According to her office, May confirmed to German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a phone call that Britain was ready to begin Brexit negotiations "as planned in the next couple of weeks". Read More »

Siri vs. Alexa vs. Google Assistant: Apple Struggling With Privacy Concerns


The other two have a much broader music support. We could make the obvious comparison: price. If you're streaming music to a speaker, you'll want to know about the compatible services. "You can see [Jeff] Bezos being like, 'I'm going to throw away one for free". Voice control is secondary. So Apple has come out with a new tech called the HomePod at the recent WWDC 2017 keynote. Read More »

Vote Puts Diminished UK Leader in Brexit Talks

Instead, in public at least they took the high road, expressing hope that the United Kingdom would be able to get its act together and come to the negotiation table as soon as possible. "Maybe, this is a chance that we can come up to a more reasonable Brexit negotiations because in the last time (recently) I really had the feeling that everything was just being very tough and it doesn't make sense to be tough". Read More »

General election: Westminster chaos will make Brexit more complicated, say EU leaders

The sentiment was shared particularly by European officials and leaders from a French background. But Farage said he feared Corbyn could somehow manage to form a minority government that would allow a second Brexit referendum. "Regardless of this disaster for the Tories. we need a government capable of negotiating, which is able to negotiate Britain's exit". Germany's European Commissioner Gunther Oettinger said "a weaker partner weakens the whole thing", while if both sides were ... Read More »

Gulf crisis rumbles on, Qatar diplomat defiant

He credited Qatar's emir with making progress in curbing financial support and expelling terrorists, but added, "He must do more, and he must do it more quickly". The rupture is based on the accusation that the Qatari government finances terrorist organisations, including the Islamic State, Al Qaida and the Muslim Brotherhood, an accusation that Qatar has denied. Read More »

Nadal in Q/F, Muguruza out

At the Australian Open final in January, when she reached the final and lost out to sister Serena, Venus proved her game and confidence are in good nick. For her part, Mladenovic saw no problem with the behaviour of the hometown fans and said there was just as much pressure on her to perform well. She also was the runner-up to the American at Wimbledon in 2015. Read More »

Trump calls on Qatar to stop funding terrorism


Tillerson said the USA would help support efforts to mediate the crisis, along with Kuwait - another Gulf country that has stepped up to try to broker a resolution. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Qatar must do more, "more quickly" to combat extremism. "At the moment everything we know is from the media, so we also need to talk to our member association in Qatar and find out how bad the situation is, or what the actual situation is", said John. Read More »

United Kingdom leader May strikes tentative deal with N Ireland party

Anand Menon, professor of politics at King's College London , said her lack of a majority made it far more likely that Britain would leave the European Union without a deal. The Liberal Democrats said May should be "ashamed" of carrying on. "I would have thought that is enough for her to go actually", he said. May spent the campaign denouncing Corbyn as the weak leader of a spendthrift party that would crash Britain's economy and flounder in Brexit talks, while she would provide "strong ... Read More »

Qatar, in regional crisis, hires former US attorney general

Calling upon Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain, and Egypt to ease the blockade, Mr. Tillerson said the US supported the mediation efforts by the Emir of Kuwait to find a resolution. Speaking to RT on Saturday, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said that " an information campaign to demonize Qatar has started all of a sudden ". Read More »

Erdogan Calls for Qatar Row to be Resolved by End of Ramadan

Iran , long at odds with Saudi Arabia, has called for the two sides to overcome their differences. The visit came after Turkey's call for a diplomatic solution to the crisis and offer to play a mediatory role. The sanctions list further tightens the screws on Qatar, home to a major US military base and the host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and shows the crisis only escalating despite Kuwaiti efforts to mediate an end to the rift. Read More »

British Airways expects full operations at London airports after IT collapse


But he says there will still be delays, as well as some canceled short-haul flights . He "apologised profusely " to travelers, saying: "We know customers have been having a frightful time". The airline said it was continuing to deal with knock-on effects from the Saturday outage. "I don't think it would make much use for me to resign at this particular point in time", Cruz said. Read More »

UAE Threatens Qatar with Economic Embargo


Anwar Gargash, the United Arab Emirates' foreign affairs minister, said in an interview that Qatar has "chosen to ride the tiger of extremism and terrorism" and needs to pay the price, despite Qatar long denying the allegation. The Gulf countries have ordered their citizens out of Qatar and gave Qataris overseas 14 days to return home. However, the Emirati Minister, who is also the Director-General and CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, warned that if Qatar continues on the path, ... Read More »

India win toss, Kohli decides to bowl first


Shikhar Dhawan's 78 and Kohli's 76 were the key contributions as India chased down 192 with 12 overs to spare. Shikhar Dhawan and skipper Virat Kohli made up for the loss of Rohit with a 128-run partnership, during which both batsmen surpassed their half-centuries. Read More »

Russian Federation touts dialogue in addressing Qatar crisis

Trump's comments came as Washington joins intensifying global efforts to heal the worsening rift between the key Western Gulf allies, which has escalated into the region's worst diplomatic crisis in years. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on a Saudi Arabia-led coalition to ease Qatar's isolation. In recent days, Turkey has stepped in to supply supermarkets there with eggs and milk after anxious residents cleaned out shelves in the early days of the crisis. Read More »

Unionists, Tories come to terms on United Kingdom government


Katie Perrior, who quit as May's communications chief in April, said Timothy and Hill were "great street fighters but poor political leaders" and exercised too much power over the prime minister. The party's leader, Arlene Foster, said they would have to have very serious discussions if the exit poll was borne out. Anand Menon, professor of politics at King's College London, said her lack of a majority made it far more likely that Britain would leave the European Union without a deal. Read More »

Range Resources Corp. Target of Unusually High Options Trading (RRC)


On the other hand, Range Resources Corporation by far traveled 1.63% versus a 1-year low price of $21.84. (NYSE: RRC ) last posted its quarterly earnings data on Monday, April 24th. One analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, five have issued a hold rating and twenty-one have assigned a buy rating to the stock. The firm had revenue of $801.65 million during the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $762.70 million. Read More »