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Queen praises RAF's 'tenacity and skill' at centenary event


Prince Charles , Prince Andrew, Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall , Queen Elizabeth II , Meghan the Duchess of Sussex , Prince Harry , Prince William and his wife Kate the Duchess of Cambridge , as they watch a Royal Air Force aircraft pass over Buckingham Palace in London . Read More »

Donald Trump claims Germany 'totally controlled' by Russian Federation, airs list of grievances


What NATO partners dispute is Trump's repeated suggestion that the US gets little in return for its commitment to defend member countries if threatened. "We have a very, very good relationship with the chancellor". "We are stronger together than apart", Stoltenberg said. "We are having a great meeting, we are discussing military expenditure and we are talking about trade". Read More »

Amesbury incident: woman exposed to nerve agent dies


Police suspect Sturgess and Rowley picked up vial that contained the poison , and are trying to find out exactly what they found and where. They are among 21 people, including a police officer, who have been screened for Novichok poisoning since the latest incident came to light and given the all-clear. Read More »

India’s Iran oil imports fall as USA sanctions fears bite


The US has told India and other countries to cut oil imports from the Gulf nation to "zero" by November 4 or face sanctions. Iran's foreign ministry and the central bank have taken measures to facilitate banking operations despite the USA sanctions, Jahangiri said without elaborating. Read More »

Nurse arrested over patient deaths 'put cleanser in drips'


Ayumi Kuboki, 31, was arrested at the weekend on suspicion of killing Sozo Nishikawa, 88, by injecting his intravenous drip bag with disinfectant when she was working at Oguchi hospital in Yokohama. " It would be a nuisance if that responsibility fell on me ", she said. Police found the same solution in the bodies of two other senior patients, an 89-year-old man and 78-year-old woman, who died around the same time as the two men. Read More »

Photographer gets caught up in Croatia's celebration... and then receives a kiss


They worked in '98 and we worked today, we reached out target to get to the final. Belgium managed to deny Neymar last time out, but they must now do the same with Mbappe who dismantled Argentina in the last 16. England don't have a Modric - few teams do - but they have to learn how to control games better against top-class teams. And on the field new stars were made. Read More »

Nevada to execute inmate with fentanyl in U.S


Dozier has insisted he wants to be executed and doesn't care if it's painful. Clark County District Court Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez ordered the delay after a hearing in which drugmaker Alvogen said the Nevada obtained the product through "subterfuge" for unapproved purposes. Read More »

Trump blasts Germany at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit over gas pipeline deal with Russian Federation


By evening, arriving at a dinner hosted by the Belgian government at the Art and History Museum at the Cinquantenaire, Trump appeared to be in a more social mood. spending on the alliance. I think he's right about the spending levels. Without mentioning Trump or his comments specifically, she noted that she had grown up in communist East Germany behind the Iron Curtain. Read More »

England fans mobilize in their thousands for key World Cup clash


Waistcoats have been flying out of the shops. Some fans have even called for the manager to be knighted after bringing the team so close to glory. Croatia's Sime Vrsaljko clears a header from England's John Stones off the line during the semifinal match between Croatia and England at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia , Wednesday, July 11, 2018. Read More »

Giant crocodile captured in Australia to stop it going to town


A Department of Tourism and Culture spokeswoman said rangers removed the 600kg croc from a trap at a private property at Taylor's Park. Wildlife officer John Burke said the capture was a "bit of a thrill". "Large crocodiles can move around Top End waterways undetected and you should always be croc wise". Because saltwater crocodiles can live up 70 years and grow throughout their lives, reaching up to 7 meters (23 feet), the proportion of large crocodiles is also rising. Read More »

Given Facebook's puny fine, it's no surprise Mark Zuckerberg has snubbed MPs

The fine - the maximum amount allowed - comes after revelations that as many as 87 million Facebook users had their data improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica, a digital consultancy with ties to the Trump campaign. "We are at a crossroads ". She added: 'Trust and confidence in the integrity of our democratic processes risk being disrupted because the average voter has little idea of what is going on behind the scenes. Read More »

Israel fires missile at drone that entered from Syria


Maybe he thinks there is a unique chance to end the Golan dispute in exchange for supporting the Assad regime regain control over the whole of Syria. Russian officials had no immediate comment on the meeting. The United Nations last month renewed the mandate of its Golan observer force UNDOF and on Wednesday called on all parties to abide by the armistice. Read More »

Trump Announces New Taxes on TVs and Air Conditioners


President Donald Trump has threatened to tax as much as $US550 billion in Chinese products - an amount that exceeds America's total imports from China a year ago. In an April Twitter post, Trump said this allowed China to "get tremendous perks and advantages, especially over the US". As a leading grain trader in these regions, Cofco could help to meet domestic demand, he said. Read More »

Husband dies on honeymoon after colliding with wife on zip line


Fanken got stuck about halfway through, and her husband soon slammed into her, the fire chief tells the Washington Post . Egael Tishman , 24, and Shif Fanken , 27, were on a cruise that stopped in Roatan, and they made a decision to go for a zipline adventure over the treetops Thursday afternoon. Read More »

Paul Manafort treated like a 'VIP' in prison, court documents show


Special counsel Robert Mueller's office is apparently fed up with Paul Manafort's efforts to delay his upcoming trial. He had asked for a postponement until after a separate trial in Washington , D.C., where he faces similar charges. Ellis issued the order after Mueller's prosecutors challenged Manafort's complaints about the conditions in his current facility, citing visitor logs and recorded phone calls showing he was detained in comfort with nearly unfettered access to his legal team. Read More »

Cornwall woman takes vehicle for accidental, two-week joyride

The mix-up happened after the female motorist accidentally got into a similar looking auto - a black Infiniti, after completing her shopping at Wal-Mart. When the woman who stole the auto tried to return the vehicle, the manager realized what happened. And she didn't realize her mistake for another two weeks. Read More »

Trump administration threatens tariffs on another $200 billion in Chinese imports


It's unclear what that action could include. Last week, Washington imposed 25 percent tariffs on $ 34 billion of Chinese imports, and Beijing responded immediately with matching tariffs on the same amount of USA exports to China . Chinese tariffs have already taken a toll on USA exports such as soybeans, which raises questions about the possible political repercussions President Trump could face from farmers who supported him in the 2016 election. Read More »

USA woman killed in Mexico City shooting


Tatiana Mirutenko was shot and killed outside of El Califa taco restaurant in the wealthy neighborhood of Lomas de Chapultepec in Mexico City on Saturday. According to colleagues at Nektar Therapeutics, where she worked, Mirutenko was a rising star. "She was always willing to help on any project across the company and had an incredibly strong work ethic", Ms Ruddock said. Read More »

Theresa May presses on with Brexit plan after high-profile resignations


But former Conservative leader William Hague warned party rebels that voting against the Prime Minister's final deal could result in Brexit being indefinitely delayed or halted altogether. May´s Conservative opponents could trigger a confidence vote against her if at least 48 MPs support it, but to actually force her from office 159 MPs would have to vote against her - a figure hardliners may not be able to reach. Read More »

Court seeks extension to resolve remaining cases against Nawaz Sharif


Sharif along with Maryam had gone to London last month to see his ailing wife Begum Kulsoom Nawaz . The Sharif family owns four flats in London's posh locality. The NAB said in a statement that Safdar handed himself in. Earlier in the day Safdar and supporters had driven around the garrison city of Rawalpindi holding impromptu rallies, local television showed. Read More »

Officer off beat after dispute over Puerto Rican shirt


Puerto Rico's governor, Ricardo Rosselló , posted a string of tweets Monday night calling the video "an undignified event in which a Puerto Rican woman was brutally harassed by a bigot while an officer did not interfere". 'I told him I felt uncomfortable multiple times and he did not do anything'. "Is there anything you can do?" A law enforcement officer whose uniform has the last name "Connor" stands on the other side of the picnic area. Read More »

Turkey's new finance chief, Erdogan's son-in-law, vows to bring inflation down

Meanwhile Mevlut Cavusoglu remains in his post as foreign minister. Presidential aide Ibrahim Kalin said Erdogan would visit the mausoleum of Turkey's founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, following the swearing-in ceremony. Amir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani attended the inauguration ceremony of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for a new presidential term as the first President of the Turkish Republic after the new constitutional amendment. Read More »

'World's Ugliest Dog' Zsa Zsa from Minnesota passes away


She lived life as an underdog, spending five years in a puppy mill before being rescued. Zsa Zsa , who made worldwide headlines when she won the World's Ugliest Dog competition in San Francisco less about two weeks ago, made headlines again with news of her death. Read More »

Victorian listeria death linked to strain in recalled veges


Listeria is a type of bacteria that can live in soil, water, dust, animal faeces or other substances. The supermarkets displayed signs yesterday urging shoppers to return the product, which was the only Waitrose item sold in the UAE in a list of goods to be affected by the European recall. Read More »

Centre’s change in stance on Section 377 of IPC


Read Also: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is third most followed leader on Twitter, US President Donald Trump leads The constitution bench today commenced hearing in the matter. It was on the petition filed by the Naaz Foundation that the Delhi High Court had decriminalised section 377 of the IPC, which was challenged in the apex court by some individuals and religious organisations. Read More »

NATO braces for bruising summit with Donald Trump


US President Donald Trump holds a breakfast meeting with Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (left) at the Nato Summit in Brussels, Belgium , on Wednesday. May's relationship with Putin is frosty - the United Kingdom believes the Kremlin was behind the order to poison former spy Sergei Skripal in western England with a nerve agent - and the one with Trump could be better. Read More »

Facebook BROKE LAW in personal data controversy, says watchdog


The ICO added that it plans to issue Facebook with the maximum available fine for breaches of the Data Protection Act - an equivalent of US$660,000 or €566,000. The penalty and resulting fine only comprise a small portion of the ICO's report, which initially was undertaken to investigate the misuse of data during the UK's European Union referendum (AKA, Brexit). Read More »

Novichok vodka stunt on the rocks

In a statement, Scotland Yard said: "Officers from the investigation team have spoken briefly to Charlie and will be looking to further speak with him in the coming days as they continue to try and establish how he and Dawn came to be contaminated with the nerve agent ". Read More »

China's Nobel winner's widow Liu Xia leaves Beijing for Germany


China's Foreign Ministry later confirmed her departure saying she left the country "by her own free will" for medical treatment, without specifying the ailments, according to spokeswoman Hua Chunying. He died last summer of late-term liver cancer after the Chinese government repeatedly denied his request to receive medical treatment overseas. After the doctors determined Liu was "fit for travel", the Chinese government restated its previous position that he was too ill to travel overseas ... Read More »

4 more boys brought out of flooded Thailand cave


The first stage of the mission ran "smoothly" and the rescued boys were in "good health", according to the Thai authorities. "Think about the responsibility of taking a kid under/beneath there and the conditions are really scary", said rescuer Rafael Aroush. Read More »

ANP leader Haroon Bilour among 20 martyred in Peshawar blast


According to the sources, 47 people got injured in the blast and now are under treatment at Lady Ready Hospital in Peshawar . Haroon Bilour was rushed to Lady Reading Hospital, where he succumbed to his wounds. The Taliban have time and again threatened to target secular parties for what they call supporting the military action in tribal areas and the "war on terror". Read More »