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Vladimir Putin: 'Don't worry' about Trump climate deal move

When pressed on what he made of US intelligence officials suggesting that he had personally issued orders for hackers to smear the campaign of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton , Putin demurred. At a meeting with USA business leaders earlier Putin urged them to help Moscow establish a dialogue with Trump, as ties remains deadlocked amid probes into possible collusion. Read More »

Police tape: Former Canadian nurse confessed to killing 'mean' patients


The Guardian reported that the nurse who worked at Caressant Care Nursing and Retirement Homes pleaded guilty to the charges for assault and attempted murder. She was told not to kill again and to take the secret to her grave. I'm sorry isn't enough, ' she said. Wettlaufer would even comfort some of her victims' families after her crimes. Read More »

Buffon: I have one more chance to win the Champions League

Real Madrid wrote another page in the club's gilded history on Saturday as they became the first team to retain the Champions League in its modern expanded format. Gonzalo Higuain worked Keylor Navas twice, while Miralem Pjanic's snappy half-volley forced the Madrid goalkeeper to produce a smart one-handed save. Read More »

Bowlers give India strong chance to defend CT title: Laxman


We've got a really good side, and I have full trust in the guys to come out and play really well. As far as the mindset was concerned, it made me realise that I cannot do everything in every game. Batsmen to watch out for It is his sixth Champions Trophy tournament appearance, and when in form, he is a treat to watch. "This is a tournament where we have got that chance to showcase our progress to the world". Read More »

Trump's ties to Russian Federation are well-documented

Wednesday's very brief, off-camera gaggle could be a sign of what future interactions between the White House and the media will be like. Comey, as the bureau's chief, was overseeing its investigation of Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election, including questionable ties between Trump's campaign and Russian officials. Read More »

Six killed, 48 injured in terror attack in London

British Transport Police said casualties were reported after an incident that may have involved a van and a knife attack , the BBC said, while the London Ambulance Service said it was sending multiple resources to the incident. Mark Rowley , the Metropolitan Police counterterrorism head, early on June 4 said police believe there were just the three attackers but that the investigation is continuing into the "terrorist" act. Read More »

Putin tells NBC: US hackers could have framed Russian Federation in election hack


Earlier, at a Friday forum moderated by Kelly, Putin likened the USA blaming his country for hacking the presidential election to " blaming the Jews " and joked that the newscaster's "underage daughter" could have been behind the hacking. Kelly told viewers that Putin - the former director of Russia's domestic spy agency - also suggested that the CIA could have been behind the hacking and noted that many people were convinced Russian Federation was responsible for the assassination of ... Read More »

'Things need to change': Theresa May's statement in full

She said she understood there could be a certain amount of "fear" among Londoners, but added: "The last thing we need is people over-reacting or taking out their frustrations on people in other communities or in their own communities". "They kept coming to try to stab me". Prime Minister Theresa May also paid tribute to the response of the emergency services, saying: "On behalf of the people of London and on behalf of the whole country, I want to thank and pay tribute to the ... Read More »

London attack death toll rises to seven, incident under control

One of the men suspected of being involved in the attack was shown in a photograph lying on the ground with canisters strapped to his body after he was shot by the police. The prime minister said the election would be held as scheduled. In March, an assailant drove a auto into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge in London , killing two, and then stabbed a police officer to death before being shot to death himself. Read More »

Silicon Valley reacts to the United States backing out of Paris Agreement

But he indicated that was hardly a priority. In a rare statement on his successor's policies, Obama said: "Even in the absence of American leadership; even as this administration joins a small handful of nations that reject the future, I'm confident that our states, cities, and businesses will step up and do even more to lead the way, and help protect for future generations the one planet we've got". Read More »

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


Before the departure, the Prime Minister on Saturday met newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron at Elysee Palace in Paris and discussed issues of worldwide and mutual interests, including ways to enhance strategic ties, countering terrorism and climate change . Read More »

UK Police responding to three 'major' incidents across London

Ukip have broken with the other main political parties in refusing to suspend General Election campaigning in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack . Trump followed his tweet about the travel ban with a message of support for Britons, writing in all capital letters, " WE ARE WITH YOU ". Both London Mayor Sadiq Khan and U.S. Read More »

London terror attack: Six dead; 48 injured; three suspects killed

Multiple news agencies have confirmed reports of knife-wielding attackers at nearby Borough Market thereafter, but authorities have not released detailed information about the alleged incident. More than 30 people were taken to hospitals, the ambulance service said. England has been on edge since May 22, when a suicide bomber killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena. Read More »

'Don't worry, be happy': Putin avoids criticizing Trump climate decision

Trump said on Thursday that the USA will leave the Paris climate deal, making it one of three countries-along with Syria and Nicaragua , the latter of which didn't believe the pact went far enough-to hold out of the deal. Baker had said he was disappointed in Trump's decision and committed to promoting clean energy and reduced carbon emissions in MA, but demurred when asked earlier in the day about joining the coalition. Read More »

Philippine police say casino attacker was indebted gambler

In 2014, Philippine newspapers had reported that Carlos was sacked from his job at the government's Finance Department "for grave misconduct and neglect of duty" because he failed to disclose that he owned a Manila house, a Toyota SUV and other business interests - an annual requirement for government officials and employees. Read More »

Atlanta mayoral candidates speak out on Paris accord withdrawal

With Mr Trump's action, the U.S. will walk away from almost every other nation in the world on one of the pressing global issues of the 21st century. Scientists have warned failure to curb unsafe climate change will lead to sea level rises, more intense storms and flooding, more extreme droughts, water shortages and heatwaves as well as massive loss of wildlife and reduction in crop yields, potentially sparking conflict and mass migration. Read More »

Bloomberg says United States does not need Washington to fulfil Paris agreement

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a statement Thursday that Trump's decision creates a "false choice" between economic growth and preserving the environment. The US will now join only two other nations on the planet - Syria and Nicaragua - which are not part of the Paris Climate Agreement. Some of the mayors and leaders in those states have spoken out against the decision . Read More »

No Vietnamese victims in London Bridge attack: embassy

All Americans stand in solidarity with the people of the United Kingdom", she said . May was due to chair a meeting of the Cobra security committee later on Sunday. May added that the extremist ideology "is a perversion of Islam and a perversion of the truth". She repeated calls for global action to combat extremist content online, a message the former interior minister took to the G7 leaders summit last week. Read More »

Chaffetz, Comey to speak Monday


It's been investigating president Donald Trump's controversial firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey. Chaffetz said last month he was not running for reelection, and then later said he might not finish out his term. Read More »

Protecting climate an article of faith for us: PM Modi

Macron's most audacious intervention yet came on Thursday night, in a remarkable video address to the American people responding to Trump's withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate accord that quickly went viral. The newly-elected French president said his country was committed to India's fight against militancy. "India is one of the fastest growing economies and is undertaking reforms at a rapid pace", he said. Read More »

In London taken to hospital several dozen injured in the terrorist attacks


BBC Radio 4's Today programme reported that a witness heard the attackers shouting " this is for Allah " as they got out of the van and ran in the direction of Borough Market . British media reported that more than one person had been killed in the rampage. First Minister Carwyn Jones said: "This was an appalling, cowardly attack on innocent people simply enjoying a summer evening". Read More »

Indian-origin gay man, Leo Varadkar, set to become Ireland's next PM


Mr. Varadkar publicly came out as gay in the run up to Ireland's 2015 same-sex marriage referendum. Enda Kenny, 66, who led the party for 15 years and was elected taoiseach in 2011, resigned as Fine Gael leader in May . "It's not something that defines me", he said. While local media barely mentioned Varadkar's gay credentials, one former government minister commented that the process of his elevation to the prime minister's office came "without anybody batting an eyelid" shows just ... Read More »

What happens with Brexit if there's no clear victor of United Kingdom election?


Prime Minister Theresa May has refused to rule out an income tax rise despite other ministers vowing that there will not be an increase for those with higher incomes. The original policy was particularly unpopular with those planning to vote Labour , 75.1% said they didn't support it, Lib Dem voters, 62.5%, UKIP voters, 58.4%, and Green voters, 60.9%, but even those who planned to vote Conservative were only narrowly for, with 34.1% saying they didn't support it, against 41.8% who said ... Read More »