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Jun 17 2017

Divorce bill focus of Brexit talks on Monday

May will also be reliant upon the 10 lawmakers from the Eurosceptic DUP, who would help her edge past the 326 votes needed in parliament to avoid the government collapsin...

Jun 17 2017

Jeremy Corbyn Says New UK Election May Be Held by Early 2018

In Thursday's election the Conservatives won 318 of the 650 House of Commons seats, 12 fewer than the party had before the snap election, and eight short of the 326 nee...

Jun 17 2017

Russian Federation says it may have killed the leader of ISIS

A USA -led coalition spokesman told Newsweek in an email: "We can not confirm these reports at this time". USA -backed Kurdish and Arab coalition ground forces a...

Jun 17 2017

Donald Trump acknowledges he is under investigation in Russia probe

Earlier on Thursday, the president had lashed out on Twitter about the investigation, calling it "the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history - led by ...

Jun 17 2017

Author eats his book on live TV after wrong United Kingdom poll prediction

Nope, we're not kidding. Matthew Goodwin , a politics and worldwide relations professor at the University of Kent in England, ate a portion of his own book on live telev...

Jun 17 2017

US to send almost 4000 troops to Afghanistan

In April, he allowed Mattis to set USA troop levels in Iraq and Syria , where Americans are supporting local forces fighting Islamic State militants. McChrystal, who...

Jun 17 2017

Trump to announce new restrictions on Cuba trade and travel

White House says President Donald Trump plans to announce a revised Cuba policy that's aimed at stopping the flow of US cash to the country's military and security serv...

Jun 17 2017

Trump still doesn't believe Russian Federation interfered in the election

He told Woodruff he thinks firing Mueller "would be a very significant mistake, even though I don't think there's a justification. for a special counsel ". An order fr...

Jun 17 2017

John Major says Tory-DUP deal could threaten Northern Irish peace process

May's programme will most probably have to be watered down, dropping some of her preferred reforms to help get legislation through Parliament and possibly having to give ...

Jun 17 2017

No 'proof' on 'collusion' with Russians, says Donald Trump

Earlier this week, the president called the investigation the "greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history" and said it was being led by "some very bad and conflict...

Jun 17 2017

Euro zone growth revised up to highest rate in two years

Forward Guidance. Before Mr. Draghi spoke, the European Central Bank issued a statement in which it said that its key interest rates would "remain at their present le...

Jun 17 2017

USA to Seek Supreme Court Review of Second Ruling on Travel Ban

Court of Appeals ruled against it Monday. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals called the national security concerns an after-the-fact justification for a policy t...

Jun 17 2017

Trump changes some - but not all - of Obama's Cuba policy

The changes Trump announced include a ban on Americans doing business with the military and intelligence-affiliated companies that control large swaths of the Cuban eco...

Jun 17 2017

Grenfell Tower fire protesters storm Kensington and Chelsea town hall

Six victims have been provisionally identified so far, but Cundy told BBC that police "may not be able to identify everybody". British Prime Minister Theresa May ha...

Jun 17 2017

Trump lashes out over Russia probe

President Donald Trump seemed to confirm for the first time Friday that he's being investigated for possible obstruction of justice and appeared to blame the Justi...

Jun 17 2017

Former PM Major: May's DUP deal is risk to Northern Ireland peace

But a deal with the DUP would risk destabilizing the political balance in Northern Ireland by increasing the influence of pro-British unionists who have struggled for...

Jun 17 2017

Three Army Rangers Killed in Afghanistan in "Insider Attack"

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says in a statement that a Taliban loyalist had infiltrated the Afghan army "just to attack foreign forces". It is reported to b...

Jun 17 2017

Trump Blasts Obstruction Of Justice Investigation By Special Counsel

A clear majority of Americans believe President Donald Trump has tried to interfere with the investigation into Russia's alleged election meddling and possible Trump ...

Jun 17 2017

White House has no update on Russian report of Baghdadi's death

The Americans are investigating whether the strikes were in the precise area the Russians are claiming and whether there is any intelligence on who may have been in that ...

Jun 17 2017

Brexit negotiations to go ahead on Monday, Government confirms

The Conservatives , who have 317 MPs, are looking to strike a deal with the DUP , who have 10. According to BBC , a deal between both parties was supposed to be anno...