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Look showed Zaghba radicalized - mother (2)


If confirmed , Thomas would be the eighth person killed in the vehicle and knife attack. The attack, the third in Britain in three months, has raised questions over the government's ability to protect Britain following cuts to police numbers in recent years. Read More »

Farmer ends life in Maharashtra


The death of eight farmers in Madhya Pradesh has stoked new fires, and the agitation currently seems to have acquired new dimensions with the governments on the backfoot for now. Eight days into their strike, farmers in Maharashtra on Thursday made a decision to resume supplies of produce to agriculture produce market committees (APMCs) across the state. Read More »

Expressing sympathy for Qatar now punishable in Bahrain after UAE


In a measure that cemented earlier UAE restrictions on air transport, the country's General Civil Aviation Authority said it had closed the air space for all air traffic to and from Doha until further notice. That's even after Kuwait's emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah flew to Qatar to discuss the crisis with officials. On 28 May, in a freaky development, the Al ash-Shaikh issued a statement denying that the amir of Qatar was descended from bin Abd al-Wahhab (the ancestry claim has ... Read More »

Saudi, allies issue Qatar-linked 'terrorism' list


Senegal and Chad recalled their ambassadors from Doha . Bahrain is warning the island's media outlets not to "publish or circulate anything that condones or justifies Qatari policies by any means". Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt and Yemen have accused Qatar of harboring extremists. Saudi Arabia and allies , which have cut ties with Doha, on Friday issued a list of individuals and entities they say are linked to Qatar over "terrorism". Read More »

North Korea Picked An Interesting Time To Launch More Missiles

North Korea fired several projectiles believed to be short-ra. North Korea appears to have launched multiple anti-ship missiles Thursday. South Koreans' joining the summit event in Pyongyang could be burdensome for Moon's government as it could give the impression to the worldwide community that Seoul allows a potentially political event in North Korea amid the sanctions regime. Read More »

Comey says he was sacked over Russian Federation probe, blasts 'lies'

To convict someone of obstruction of justice , prosecutors need to show that person meant to interfere with an investigation or proceeding. The president's detractors saw a completely different hearing , one where the country's former top policeman referred to the president as a liar, as untrustworthy, and as someone who may be under investigation for obstructing justice. Read More »

Possible scenarios for British election in the event of hung parliament

XAutoplay: On | OffThe pound fell to the lowest since April after the BBC and other broadcasters said May's Conservative Party is on course to win just 314 seats in the 650-strong House of Commons. In a snap poll of around 250 Financial News readers last week , around 14% predicted that today's national vote would result in either a hung parliament or coalition government. Read More »

UAE closes its airspace to planes from Doha, blocks Qatari websites


Earlier in the day, the Qatari foreign minister insisted the country would not be pressured into change. In a wide-ranging interview with The Associated Press, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani repeatedly denied that his country funded extremists and he rejected the idea of shutting down its Al-Jazeera satellite news network. Read More »

'We are not ready to surrender,' Qatar's foreign minister says


Qatar Airways is providing refunds or reroutings for customers who hold tickets for flights to Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates ( UAE ), Egypt or Bahrain . Are we living really in the 21st century?" The Arab Sunni nations accuse Qatar of supporting radical groups, including allowing or encouraging financial support. Read More »

Qatar crisis: UAE threatens sympathisers with prison


Trump offered to help resolve the diplomatic crisis, including through a White House meeting, the statement said. On Monday, Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain and Egypt gave Qataris 14 days to leave, breaking diplomatic relations with Doha over its alleged support for extremism. Read More »

Perpetrators of Tehran attacks were Daesh members: Iran

Akbar had been heading home Wednesday and stopped at a bank to guarantee a loan for a friend when he heard the attack at parliament and rushed over to help. The jihadist group had claimed responsibility for the attacks shortly after they occurred on Wednesday. Iran's foreign minister on Thursday rejected Donald Trump's condolences for deadly attacks in Tehran, calling the USA president's words repugnant. Read More »

SNP could lose half parliamentary seats


Other high-profile SNP scalps taken by the Tories were Mike Weir, who was defeated in the Angus seat he has held since 2001, and Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, who lost Ochil and South Perthshire. Tories have warned they only need to lose six seats to lose the party's majority, which could see Ms Sturgeon "pulling the strings" over another referendum. Read More »

How the election impacts on political map of Scotland


The Scottish Secretary added: "It is clear why that is". You may disagree very strongly with us on some things - but I ask you to think of this. Ms Dugdale furiously denied the claim, saying: "We did speak on the phone after the European Union referendum result to share how devastated we were about it because of the damage it was going to do to Scotland's economy and to future jobs". Read More »

UAE shuts airspace to Qatari flights as crisis deepens

Bahrain , Saudi Arabia, Egypt , the UAE and several other countries cut their diplomatic and transport ties with Doha on June 5, accusing it of supporting Islamist militants and their archfoe Iran - charges that Qatar says are baseless. Read More »

Theresa May Not: Exit Polls Predict Hung Parliament

A party needs to win 326 seats in the 650-seat House of Commons to form a majority government. Composition: Liberal Party in a minority government, with support of Labour and the Irish Nationalists. The poll predicted not only would Cameron win, but also that his coalition partners since 2010, the Liberal Democrats would be massacred. Eurocrats are facing the nightmare prospect of the torturous divorce proceedings being dragged out even further if no single party wins a majority in ... Read More »

Cautious reaction to exit poll from Tory and Labour figures

The shock of a projection that raised questions about how Britain will advance with its plan to leave the European Union, and whether any party could form a stable government , sank the pound initially by nearly 2 percent against both the dollar and euro. Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn DEMANDS Theresa May resigns as Prime Minister

And what would it actually mean in practice? The markets reacted to the uncertainty with the pound sterling dropping against the dollar as the outcome of the results threw up the prospect of a hung Parliament . Theresa May , with only a working majority of 17 in the House of Commons, attempted to capitalize on the disarray within Labour and went to the country to secure a bigger majority, ahead of her Brexit negotiations, which are due to begin in the week of June 19. Read More »

More bodies found in search for Myanmar military plane


More than a dozen relatives of those on board the aircraft gathered at a crisis center in an army base in the southern coastal town of Myeik, some weeping, pictures released by the military showed. Kyaw Kyaw Htay, a civil aviation official at Myeik airport said the weather had been "normal" when the flight had departed, according to reports. The Facebook page, the main source of official information about the crash, said the plane, carrying about 2.4 tons of cargo in addition to the 122 ... Read More »

Melbourne attack an act of terrorism, Australian police say

Australian police on Monday shot dead a gunman in the city of Melbourne who had taken a woman hostage before shooting three officers following a standoff of over an hour, and were checking for links to militant activity. Victoria state police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said police were called to an apartment building in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in response to reports of an explosion and discovered the body of a man in the lobby. Read More »

United Kingdom election exit poll predicts Conservatives won't get majority, Labour gains

The Conservative party is shy of the magic 326 figure for an overall majority in the House of Commons with the poll predicting 314 seats for the Tories. The voting across the Britain will end at 10 P.M and the first results are expected to come at 11 P.M. In the electoral battle, both parties, the Conservative Party and the Labour Party, are contesting hard to hold keys of 10 Downing Street. Read More »