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Liberals React to Dem Loss in Montana

Gianforte will now take the state's only seat in the House of Representatives. Gianforte reportedly body-slammed reporter Ben Jones and broke his glasses after becoming enraged at a question about healthcare. "I'm sick and exhausted of you guys!" The last time you came in here you did the same thing. "Get the hell out of here!" The last guy did that same thing. Read More »

Vladimir Putin wonders if US hackers framed Russian Federation during presidential election

Flynn ", Putin told Kelly in Russian, translated to English. He told an economic forum in St. Petersburg, Russia, "Don't worry, be happy!". "That's the extent of my acquaintance with Mr Flynn". "Why else would they want him there?" He was sacked for what the administration said was lying about his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak to Vice President Mike Pence . Read More »

Leo Varadkar becomes new leader of Fine Gael


The next prime minister of Ireland is a 38-year-old Indian gay conservative. Mumbai: Amid the celebrations of Leo Varadkar's victory in the Ireland's Prime Ministerial elections, his extended family in Mumbai can not wait to congratulate him in person. Read More »

Mosul siege extends IS fight in Iraq, puts civilians at risk

However, several residents of the Mosul neighborhood told The Associated Press on Friday there were no IS fighters or explosives inside the house struck by the US bomb. "Our units are continuing to advance. and entered Al-Saha al-Oula and Al-Zinjili and Al-Shifaa neighbourhoods and the Republican Hospital", said Joint Operations Command spokesman Yahya Rasool. Read More »

Trudeau says Canadian was one of 7 killed in London terror attack

Armed officers responding to the London Bridge terror attack fired an "unprecedented" number of rounds at the three attackers because they were wearing what appeared to be suicide belts, police said. The van eventually crashed into a railing, and three men jumped out of the vehicle and ran into the bars and restaurants at Borough Market. "It's not good enough just to say "do no harm", we have to get them to actively work with us to stop their platforms being used to radicalise people", ... Read More »

Egypt defends Libya airstrikes, says terror training camps were destroyed


Egyptian Solidarity Minister Ghada Wali decided on Saturday to issue compensation to the families of the victims of the deadly shooting attack on Christians in Minya a day earlier, state-owned agency MENA reported . Relatives of Coptic Christians who were killed during a bus attack, . "Egypt will never hesitate to strike terror camps anywhere. if it plans attacking Egypt whether inside or outside the country", Sisi said . Read More »

Trump shouldn't have withdrawn from Paris Climate Accord: Putin


The president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia , Alexis Rodzianko, complained of the "psychological effect" of sanctions, saying Russians "think twice" about working with U.S. election and how the information was used. Speaking at Russia's flagship St Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday, Putin said the hacking accusations were no more than "harmful gossip". Read More »

Senator Ernst on Comey's upcoming testimony

Legal experts said Trump doesn't have a good legal argument to invoke the privilege to block Comey's testimony. Register now to learn how DHS and Commerce are implementing CDM strategies. In fact, he testified in early May that he had not been pressured at all for political purposes to end any investigation, which strongly suggests that Trump's questions about Flynn were just clumsy attempts to help out a friend - as Comey also apparently thought at the time . Read More »

PM Modi leaves for home after wrapping up four-nation tour

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is greeted by French President Emmanuel Macron on the last leg of his four-nation visit at the Elysee palace in Paris , France , yesterday. Modi said several Indians fought in the first two world wars for world peace. The Prime Minister described protection of environment as an article of faith for Indians, and a centuries old tradition. Read More »

Putin denies close ties with former national security adviser Flynn

I didn't even really talk to him... According to NBC News, Flynn was paid $45,000 to speak at the event and was given the "seat of honour" next to Putin. "It reminds me of anti-Semitism", he said. Flynn is one of a number of current and former Trump associates at the center of investigations into whether anyone close to the president helped Russian Federation interfere in the USA election, and whether any crimes were committed. Read More »

Japan Protests North Korea's Latest Scud-class Ballistic Missile Test


It was the third ballistic missile test-launch since South Korea's liberal President Moon Jae-in took office on May 10 pledging to engage with the reclusive neighbor in dialogue. USA defense officials determined the missile was not a threat to North America. And in the event of war, they would bring danger to China and to Russian Federation as well. Read More »

UK Prime Minister Theresa May calls for internet regulations following London attacks

Officials in the United Kingdom say that after the van hit pedestrians on the bridge, three men armed with large knives then fled the scene and started attacking people at bars and restaurants in the nearby Borough Market. "Over the next few days, Londoners and visitors will be seeing an increased police presence". "Our understanding is growing and as we now understand it the van entered London Bridge at 9.58pm travelling from the north to the south side of the river". Read More »

London Bridge terrorists die in hail of police bullets


Those around Borough Market spoke of the moments when the three men began entering venues around the area, attacking people with knives, as other members of the public sought to thwart them, by throwing bottles and chairs. Militants have carried out scores of deadly attacks in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the United States over the past two years. Among them was a British Transport Police officer hospitalized in stable condition after showing "enormous courage in the face of ... Read More »

Land Rover BAR face New Zealand in the last four

Oracle then won eight straight races in one of the greatest comebacks in sports to keep the Auld Mug. The holders now have to sit on the sidelines until June 17 when they will defend the cup against one of the challengers. A late manoeuvre by Ainslie saw the British boat snatch victory near the finish line, to leave Land Rover BAR third in the standings with five points. Read More »

Sergey Gorkov brushes off questions about meeting with Jared Kushner


Opponents of the Trump administration were quick to take the opportunity to accuse Kushner of potentially committing espionage and Democrats have called for his security clearance to be removed till the investigation concludes. "The roadshow meetings devoted to Vnesheconombank's Strategy 2021 were held with representatives of major U.S. banks and business circles, including the CEO of Kushner Companies Mr. Read More »

Tories send mixed message on income tax

May retains a commanding lead over Corbyn as to who would make the best prime minister. "What people will know when they go to vote on Thursday is that it is the Conservative party that always has been and is and always will be a low tax party". Read More »

Clinton Blames Weaponized Info For Loss Against Trump

It was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong. "I had to inject money into it - the DNC - to keep it going". She suggested that President Trump and his allies were using Twitter and other social media to sidetrack Americans' attention from the investigations into the influence of Russian Federation during the election campaign or the Republican health care bill. Read More »

British police arrest 12 as Londoners recall night of terror


The men then pulled knives and got out at the crowded area of Borough Market and attacked victims on the street and at pubs, Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police, Cressida Dick, said in a statement . Renan Marquese, a sous-chef at a tapas restaurant, said he was working when he heard chaotic sounds outside the restaurant. A third incident at Vauxhall, was, however said to be an isolated attack unconnected with the two other terror attacks . Read More »

Indian PM Modi vows to go 'above and beyond' climate accord


The Prime Minister said he was glad that Putin had publicly stated that the resolution would be discussed.In a draft letter to António Guterres, the UN secretary-general, Bloomberg said executive branch of the USA government does not determine many aspects of whether and how the United States takes action on climate change. Read More »

Goldman confirms buying Venezuela bonds after opposition cries foul


The bonds had been held by the Venezuelan central bank, so their sale raised immediate hard cash for the socialist government. According to the Wall Street Journal , Goldman last week paid about 31 cents on the dollar for the bonds. Other Venezuelan bonds also rallied, traders said. Venezuela's political, economic and social breakdown is getting a hard look from the worldwide community on Wednesday, with the Organization of American States considering solutions at a special meeting in ... Read More »

India thrash Pakistan by 124 runs in Champions Trophy

On the other hand, India's batting lineup had delivered tremendous performance, with Rohit Sharma scoring a massive 91 in 119 balls. India captain Virat Kohli made 81 not out, sharing a quick-fire third-wicket stand with Yuvraj Singh (53) as Pakistan paid a heavy price for dropping both batsmen. Read More »

Sea lion drags young girl off dock and underwater in scary video

Bob Beziuk, a general manager of the harbor, told PEOPLE that sea lions will engage with visitors if they are fed - but they're still risky wild animals . Trites said humans should not disturb wild animals like this. Fujiwara told the CBC that the surrounding crowd had been feeding the sea lion bread crumbs. Read More »

Putin to Megyn Kelly: US Hackers Could Have Framed Russia

That's the extent of my acquaintance with Mr. Flynn. "They might have read a certain article and if they are in the patriotic mood, then they start making their contributions the way they see it positive towards the Russian image", Putin said, according to an Associated Press translation. Read More »

Van strikes pedestrians on London Bridge

None of the dead were identified by name. From The Associated Press: France's minister for Europe says that four French citizens are among the dozens of wounded. Earlier, Theresa May warned that Britain is in the grip of a spate of copycat terror attacks in the wake of the London Bridge atrocity. "One of them had a big knife". Read More »

Arrested as UK Prime Minister Vows Crackdown After London Attack


The assault unfolded over a few terrifying minutes Saturday, starting when a van veered off the road and barreled into pedestrians on busy London Bridge . The death toll of seven didn't include the three attackers. France's Foreign Minister has confirmed that a French man was killed in the attack. Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, the Metropolitan Police head of counterterrorism, said that while police believe all the attackers were killed, the investigation is expanding. Read More »

B.C. woman among 7 killed in London attacks, family says

Authorities announced 12 arrests on Sunday (June 4). "Since the emergence of the threat from Islamist-inspired terrorism, our country has made significant progress in disrupting plots and protecting the public". Police raided a building in the Barking district of east London yesterday. A British Transport Police officer and an off-duty Metropolitan Police officer are in hospital with serious injuries but neither are believed to be in a life-threatening condition. Read More »

President Trump not expected to try to block Comey testimony, aides say

As FBI director, Comey was leading the agency's probe into Russian interference in last year's presidential election and into whether Trump campaign aides illegally colluded with Russia before Trump fired Comey last month. Executive privilege gives a president the right to keep information from Congress by claiming it could negatively impact national security or hinder important private conversations within the administration. Read More »

Isolated US lashes out at climate critics

Italian Prime minister Paolo Gentiloni, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron reaffirmed their strongest commitment to swiftly implement the Paris accord and urged all the other partner countries "to spead up their action to combat climate change". Read More »

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Stakes sky-high as Asias great rivals clash again


Kohli, who on Saturday had dismissed reports of a rift with India coach Anil Kumble, was equally contemptuous of Pakistan's attack during a blistering innings of 81 not out off just 68 balls that included six fours and three sixes. The iconic moment of the match was the spat between Indian fast bowler Venkatesh Prasad and Pakistan's Amir Sohail. Mohammad Amir was the pick of Pakistan's attack with none for 32 in 8.1 overs . Read More »

ICC Champions Trophy: Top-order fires to power India to 319/3

Newly-appointed skipper Sarfraz Ahmed will face his stiffest test yet, leading an unfancied Pakistan who have to overcome serious batting deficiencies to be competitive following their struggles in the one-day format in recent years. Yuvraj was out leg before wicket to a yorker from Hasan Ali in the rain-hit game that was at first reduced by two overs, and the possibility of more showers. Read More »