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United Kingdom opposition leader calls on prime minister to quit


In March, five people died after a man drove a van into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge and stabbed a policeman. "There have been calls made by many very responsible people on this who are very anxious that she was at the Home Office for all this time , presided over these cuts in police numbers and that now we're saying that we're having a problem". Read More »

BC NDP and Green Party intend to form minority government

Meanwhile, Premier Christy Clark told reporters Tuesday she wants to test the confidence of the legislature, which will come as early as this month. The Liberals have 43 seats, one short of a majority, while the NDP have 41 and the Greens have three. Read More »

Wonder Woman Crushes Thor With a $101 Million Hammer

Not only is Warner Bros. first feature film for Gal Gadot's Diana Prince wowing audiences and reaping positive reviews from fans and critics alike, the film's also making its mark at the box office. Yep, calling all haters: Wonder Woman didn't go through endless reshoots in order to become the iconic movie that it is. "That scene was just a slightly tense scene of them walking". Read More »

France expertly trolls the White House on the Paris Agreement again


Li had expressed China's continued support for the global climate deal on Thursday during his meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel , saying, "China will stand by its responsibilities on climate change". "The EU and China are switching to clean energy production too slowly to keep global temperature rises below levels that will cause catastrophic changes in our climate", Kiene said. Read More »

London attack: Pakistani-origin man among two attackers identified


On May 22, Salman Abedi, a British-born suicide bomber, killed 22 people and injured scores of others at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester in northwestern England. We will defeat you . She said authorities are "unable to formally identify him until the coroner's report begins tomorrow". One man called the anti-terrorism hotline in 2015, and a woman went to the local police because she was scared Butt was trying to radicalise her children. Read More »

London attacker was family man nicknamed 'Abz'


People queue to lay flowers after a vigil for victims of Saturday's attack in London Bridge , at Potter's Field Park in London , Monday, June 5, 2017 . Police believe that the three people shot and killed by police were the only perpetrators of Saturday's attack . Seven people were killed and dozens injured. Read More »

Qatar says Kuwait trying to mediate, solve Gulf crisis

Already, Saudi Arabia gave Qatari residents 14 days to leave and ordered its citizens not to reside, visit or transit through Qatar. Four U.S. Arab allies led by Saudi Arabia pushed ahead with plans to isolate Qatar in an unprecedented escalation created to punish one of the region's financial superpowers for its support of Islamist groups and ties with Iran . Read More »

Putin dismisses US claims about Trump, election

At the centre of the USA inquiry is President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, 36, who reportedly used meetings with the Russian ambassador and a Moscow banker to find a secret way to discuss Syria with the Kremlin. Putin claimed that he didn't even know Flynn worked for the United States security services until after the meal. "I remember one of our last meetings with President Clinton when he came to Moscow". Read More »

Russia Says Fighter Jet Intercepts US Bomber on Border


Like previously reported fly-by's from Russian parallel aircraft, the U.S. Air Force maintains a continuous patrol of both armed and disarmed nuclear assets along America's regional borders. B-52 bombers first entered service in the 1950s and will fly long into the 21st century as the workhorse of the Air Force's bomber fleet. According to the statement, Russia's air defense had dispatched the warplane on Tuesday morning after the detection of the huge bomber. Read More »

Dufner hanging with the younger crowd and winning again


Not to mention, that he won a tournament on a legend's golf course. Lahiri, who had missed the cut in four of his last six outings since his tied fifth finish at the Hero Indian Open in March, picked up his highest ever prize money of $765,600 at the event worth $8.7 million. Read More »

Qatar sports network blocked in UAE

In announcing the decision to cut ties , Saudi Arabia accused Qatar of providing support to Shi'ite Iran, which is in a tussle for regional supremacy with Riyadh, and to Islamist militants. Meanwhile the head of Iran's agricultural products export union said his group was ready to fill in for expected food shortages in Qatar, which relies on imports from its neighbours. Read More »

No result again gives Australia hopes a cold shower

Beaten by England in their opening match, Bangladesh are without a win and look likely to be eliminated in their last game against New Zealand . Earlier, fast bowler Mitchell Starc clinched a four-wicket haul as Australia restricted Bangladesh to 182 runs. Read More »

Dan Rather: Trump's response to London attack 'careless'

Trump tweeted that Khan had to "think fast" to excuse comments that Londoners need not be alarmed after the deadly attack. It was the second day that Trump had lashed out at Khan on Twitter. "What I think the election showed was that actually there is no clash of civilization between Islam and the West", Khan said in an interview with Time magazine. Read More »

'I've been stabbed': Stories from London attack survivors

Khuram Shazad Butt (left) and Rachid Redouane (right) were identified as the London Bridge attackers on Monday. Butt was previously known to police and domestic spy agency, MI5 and was a British citizen who had been born in Pakistan, the police said . Read More »

Qatar says Kuwait trying to mediate diplomatic rift

There were signs that Qatar's financial ties might shrink well beyond the Gulf . Several media reports quoted the Duty Manager at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) airport as saying that the Central Bank had issued a notice informing not to exchange any Qatar Riyals. Read More »

James Comey testimony: How to watch

During the White House briefing Monday, spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that the president would not assert the privilege in order to stop Comey's testimony. He will answer questions related to allegations that Trump tried to persuade the former FBI director to drop an investigation into improper contacts between the former national security adviser Michael Flynn and Russian officials. Read More »

Trump sons defend his criticism of London mayor


Trump has used the policy, stalled now in USA courts, as an example of the sort of toughness that he says Khan refuses to show amid terrorism attacks that are riling the United Kingdom. Trump's latest tweet came after he conceded that his administration's executive order temporarily suspending visa issuance to citizens of six majority-Muslim countries is indeed "a TRAVEL BAN!" and blasted his own Justice Department for revising his original order. Read More »

'We're all Londoners': Solidarity at terror vigil


In a brief speech at the vigil, London Mayor Sadiq Khan seemed to speak for many as he voiced his sorrow and anger. Under grey skies on a late spring day, mourners held up signs such as "Love for all, hatred for none" and "N.Ireland supports London", as the British flag flew at half-mast on the bridge, a monument of national endurance. Read More »

Police release remaining people arrested after London attack without charge

London Mayor Sadiq Khan, of the opposition Labour Party, was among those who raised the issue. This was in reference to Khan's statement that there was no cause for alarm. "I think that to suggest something like that is utterly ridiculous", deputy White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters. The Islamic State group claims responsibility for the attack. Read More »

South Australian nurse feared dead in London Bridge attack


Police did not elaborate on how she was killed. "I went to get the first-aid kit and I started speaking to his friends and to try and calm them down", he said. Seven people in total lost their lives in the attack, and 18 are still in a critical condition. "She is based in London ". The friend described seeing Echeverria for the last time lying on the floor after confronting one of the assailants. Read More »

Donald Trump Delays Moving US Embassy To Jerusalem

President Donald Trump broke one of his major foreign policy campaign promises Thursday, signing a waiver that delays the move of the us embassy in Israel to Jerusalem for at least another six months - the clearest sign yet that Trump is serious about forging what he calls the "ultimate deal" in the Middle East. Read More »

Philippines bars workers from traveling to Qatar


Saudi Arabia closed its land border with Qatar, through which the global travel hub imports most of its food, sparking a run on supermarkets. For now, the protection of our migrant workers comes first. Bello III said the interim block would be in place until a government team studied the situation. He said "concerned government agencies are now looking into the matter and will extent some assistance and support". Read More »

Beef Ban: Another Meghalaya BJP leader resigns over cattle slaughter issue


Bachu Marak's resignation came after Bernard Marak's, who as the district president of the BJP in West Garo Hills , had accused that the leaders of the party were "not respecting the tradition and culture of the indigenous people". Shillong: In a big setback for BJP in the northeast, yet another leader quit the saffron party opposing its stand on beef. Kohli also said that now the party reorganization at the district level was in process and they were likely to be replaced by other leaders ... Read More »

Trump renews attack on London Mayor

The second order removed Iraq from the list of banned countries. Since Trump took office on January 20, he's submitted 94 names to the Senate, with 35 being confirmed in an average of 41 days. You are the best of us. "That's because they used knives and a truck!" Mr Khan, who is Labour, said the force stood to lose between 3,400 and 12,800 constables - a reduction in its strength of between 10% and 40% - making it harder to foil future terror attacks such as the weekend attack on ... Read More »

UAE gas pipeline operating normally, no impact from political tensions


Japan's JERA Co, the world's biggest buyer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), said yesterday it has been informed by Qatargas that there will be no impact on LNG supplies after several Middle East countries cut ties with Qatar. Qatar is the world's largest LNG exporter, according to WoodMac, exporting 78 million tonnes a year ago, or almost 30 per cent of global supply, with about two-thirds going to Asia. Read More »

Seven killed, forty-eight injured in attack on London Bridge

Saturday night in the United Kingdom, three men wearing what were later found to be fake suicide vests drove a van into crowds on London Bridge , then exited the van at Borough Market and began to stab people with blades, killing seven and injuring at least 48. Read More »

Trump's Ex-Campaign Manager Lewandowski Eyes White House Position


Trump, who returned to Washington on Saturday after a nine-day trip to the Middle East and Europe, has been expected to shake up staff to tackle the firestorm over investigations into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and communication between Russia and Trump's campaign and transition team. Read More »

Ireland set to have first gay PM

Ireland was, in fact, the first country to decide on gay marriage through a popular vote , and it saw overwhelming support as it was passed with over 62% in favor. Varadkar, who became known for his economic policies as a champion "of those who get up early in the morning", said his primary focus would be on handling Brexit and restoring devolution in Northern Ireland. Read More »

USA to rebuild relationship with Russia: Tillerson


Tillerson's trip coincides with a Stuff/Massey survey of almost 40,000 Kiwis which shows U.S. president Donald Trump is deeply unpopular. The Trump administration has come under fire for withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and more recently the Paris Climate accord - both key to the region and to the small island nation of New Zealand . Read More »

Melbourne shooting and siege may be terrorism


Officers had earlier found the body of a 36-year-old Chinese-born Australian clerk in the foyer. Police said they were also conducting "reassurance patrols" to calm the neighborhood. Corrections Victoria confirmed Khayre's Global Positioning System tracker was tampered with while the siege was under way. Khayre's home in the Melbourne suburb of Roxburgh Park, where he lived with his mother, was being searched by police on Tuesday. Read More »

What's at stake for the US after Qatar hit with diplomatic crisis

Airlines suspended flights and residents nervous about the peninsula's lone land border closing cleaned out grocery store shelves. Western officials also have accused Qatar of allowing or even encouraging funding of Sunni extremists like al-Qaida's branch in Syria, once known as the Nusra Front. Read More »