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Finance Minister Philip Hammond , when asked yesterday by broadcaster Sky about the reports of a plot to oust Mrs May by senior ministers, said: "No". In any case, Corbyn has never strongly supported a policy line securing the closest possible relation with the European Union after Brexit or even staying in the club.
  • Man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Trump foes

    Man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Trump foes

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    Mr Sayoc, 56, could be jailed for life for his criminal charges, which include using weapons of mass destruction and mailing explosives with intent to kill. Sayoc appeared in a courtroom before a United States federal judge in Manhattan where he pleaded guilty, NBC News New York reported on Thursday evening.
  • Australia: Cyclone Veronica lashes west coast

    Australia: Cyclone Veronica lashes west coast

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    Meanwhile Cyclone Veronica, another category 4 system, was expected to cross the northwest Australian coast late Saturday night, bringing wind gusts of up to 230 kph (143 mph). James Ashley, a senior forecaster from Australia's Bureau of Meteorology , said Veronica was unique because of its slow speed, which would bring a long danger period.
  • Venezuelan president says opposition’s plot to kill him foiled

    Venezuelan president says opposition’s plot to kill him foiled

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    Marrero was taken from his home in the middle of the night by masked agents Thursday in a dramatic operation that has drawn global condemnation. Guaido characterized the operation as a sign that Maduro is losing his grip on power. Guaido invoked the constitution in January to assume the interim presidency after declaring Maduro's 2018 re-election a fraud, and has been recognized by dozens of Western nations as the country's legitimate leader.
  • Two US service members killed in Afghanistan

    Two US service members killed in Afghanistan

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    Marked area on map shows Kabul , Afghanistan. The lead U.S. negotiator, Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, is now hosting his counterparts from Russia, China, and the European Union in Washington to discuss the nascent peace talks, according to the State Department.
  • Trump says Mueller investigation report should be made public

    Trump says Mueller investigation report should be made public

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    Answering questions from reporters on the South Lawn of the White House prior to traveling to OH on Wednesday, Trump said of Mueller's report , "Let it come out". Democrats could seize on any disclosure to the president to argue that the report really isn't confidential and should be immediately provided to them as well.
  • Hindu community celebrates Holi in Karachi

    Hindu community celebrates Holi in Karachi

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    In few places like People's Plaza in Necklace Road, youngster made special arrangements and played in the mud as part of Holi celebrations. The doodle depicts revellers splashing colours on each other while one person is playing an instrument and another is eating candies.
  • AOC (Once Again) Schools Fox News About the 'Latina Thing'

    AOC (Once Again) Schools Fox News About the 'Latina Thing'

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    Kevin Book, managing director of ClearView Energy Partners, gives his outlook on oil and discusses the problems surrounding Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal . Her complaint continued: "My last name is Ocasio-Cortez". "It's not a "progressive, new thing.' It's just how some names work". "You may be unsurprised to learn that this is untrue", Elliott said of Ocasio-Cortez's tweet accusation.
  • Meghan McCain 'doesn't expect decency' from Trump's family

    Meghan McCain 'doesn't expect decency' from Trump's family

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    She then called him a "pathological president", saying "liar, liar, liar!" as she referred to some of Trump's greatest hits against McCain. Scaramucci said Trump was likely alienating veterans and other voters with his criticism. John McCain's funeral celebration, escalating a feud with the McCain family and drawing the ire of senators on Capitol Hill who told the president he was embarrassing himself.
  • United Kingdom does what India did not: Jail NiMo

    United Kingdom does what India did not: Jail NiMo

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    Modi who fled India in February 2018, has travelled between USA and Europe and was found to be living in London since June. Police said Modi, 48, had been arrested in the Holborn area of central London on Tuesday and was due to appear at London's Westminster Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
  • US Backed Forces Oust IS But Victory May Not Last

    US Backed Forces Oust IS But Victory May Not Last

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    US President Donald Trump on Wednesday praised the progress of the fight against IS since he came to power, saying the fall of their self-proclaimed " caliphate " was imminent. The Syrian Democratic Forces recently pushed the last of ISIS terrorists outside the village of Baghuz after intense fighting between the two sides.
  • Trump says USA recognizes Israeli control of Golan Heights

    Trump says USA recognizes Israeli control of Golan Heights

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    On Thursday, U.S. President Donald J. Trump announced that it was time for the U.S.to officially grant full recognition to Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Graham was taken to the area, which was seized by Israel from Syria in the Six Day War, in an effort "to get the United States, together with other countries, to recognize Israeli sovereignty and the Israeli hold on the Golan", Netanyahu explained.
  • Golan Heights an area of beauty, strategic value

    Golan Heights an area of beauty, strategic value

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    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told a Christian broadcast network that it's "possible" that President Donald Trump is like Queen Esther, who saved Jews in the Old Testament. Security Council resolutions had recognised the annexation as null and void. It is a flagrant interference in the election process, Levy said, adding that Netanyahu would likely try to present the whole ordeal as another " historic achievement " of his policies - just like he did with the U.S.
  • Suffolk MPs Poulter and Martin on Theresa May's appeal to voters

    Suffolk MPs Poulter and Martin on Theresa May's appeal to voters

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    May has a tough day ahead as she arrives in Brussels to lobby her European partners to extend the Brexit date from March 29 until June 30 to push through the agreement she reached with the EU in November. "Last week I received a message saying that my head should be chopped off", said Labour lawmaker Paula Sherriff, who represents an electoral district neighbouring one where Labour lawmaker Jo Cox was killed by a man obsessed with extreme right-wing ideology a week before the 2016 ...
  • Ferry sinks in Iraq`s Tigris River, 93 people feared dead

    Ferry sinks in Iraq`s Tigris River, 93 people feared dead

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    Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has ordered an investigation, according to the state-run Iraqia News TV network. Soldiers near the site where an overloaded ferry sank in the Tigris river near Mosul . "We are seeing video of what appears to be a ferry upside down. people jumping into the Tigris River in an attempt to rescue others". At least 100 people stood by the banks and some jumped into the river to save those drowning.
  • Cummings: Ivanka Trump not preserving all official email

    Cummings: Ivanka Trump not preserving all official email

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    According to Cummings's letter, Lowell said during their December meeting that Kushner was in compliance with records preservations rules because he took screen shots of his communications and forwarded them to his official email or to National Security Council officials.
  • How Prosecutors Narrowed In On Michael Cohen's Crimes — TIMELINE

    How Prosecutors Narrowed In On Michael Cohen's Crimes — TIMELINE

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    They were released after U.S. District Judge William Pauley in Manhattan on Monday ordered federal prosecutors to make redacted versions public, in response to requests by various news media organizations. Just two months after special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 election, his team of prosecutors trained their sights on Michael Cohen.