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Trump supporter: Comey throws 'four groups under the bus,' including himself

If he thought the president meant something different than what he actually said , he should have said, 'Well, Mr. President, exactly what do you mean?' or 'Mr. As FRONTLINE reported in United States of Secrets , Comey suddenly found himself in defiance of the White House . He said he began documenting his encounters with the president after his first meeting in January because he was concerned Trump "might lie" about the discussions. Read More »

UK election ends in hung Parliament

Instead of forming an alliance with the coalition-sceptical Liberal Democrats , Labour could also join forces with the Scottish National Party to topple the Conservative Party . Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urged her to resign, but she said her party would "ensure" stability in the UK. It later hovered more than 2% lower as trading got into gear in London , at $1.2648, after a hung parliament became clear - leaving the currency on course for its biggest one day fall since October's ... Read More »

Body of a London Bridge attack victim recovered from Thames river

The latest opinion poll on voting intentions, by Survation for ITV, had the Conservatives' lead over Labour narrowing to just one point from six points in the same poll a week earlier. Thomas is one of three French nationals feared dead after Saturday's attack. "He would always bring his kid out into the lobby", said Chigbo. Another neighbour, Michael Mimbo, told Reuters that Butt supported the north London football team Arsenal. Read More »

Theresa May's Future as PM in Doubt After Hung Parliament

Questions arising the issue of Brexit negotations, which are due to start in 11 days time, have been prevalent. Answer: It's an unusual situation in which no political party wins more than half of the 650 seats in the House of Commons. Notable women MPs who retained their seats include May, Conservative Home Secretary Amber Rudd - who kept her seat by a razor-thin margin after several recounts - Green Party leader Caroline Lucas, who retains her party's sole seat in Brighton, and SNP's ... Read More »

Third French death confirmed after London Bridge attack


The BBC reports that Thomas was last seen on London Bridge walking with his girlfriend, who was also seriously injured in the violence. He said: "Although the police and security services have done a great job of protecting us, in this instance it is clear there are questions to be answered". Read More »

5-alarm blaze near Kensington Market


Pegg said the fire was able to spread quickly because of a shared attic. The fire grew and spread to neighbouring row homes once it reached the attic, he said. "People were still eating lunch as the smoke was billowing around them". "We have not yet declared the fire under control technically, although the command team and our operations crews are confident that the forward progress has been controlled", he explained. Read More »

Crews battling three-alarm fire at Baldwin Village restaurant


While Pegg said the fire was "fairly significant", he added it is being contained. He said there is structural instability in the roof, but at this point there is no concern about the buildings. Smoke was seen for miles from the fire which occurred during a busy lunch time. Baldwin Street has been blocked off between Spadina Avenue and Beverly Street as crews battle the fire. Read More »

How the United Kingdom election vote was swung

With nearly all votes counted, Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party is set to win 319 MP seats, which is short of the 326 needed for an overall majority. "The head of the UK Cabinet initially placed her bets on holding early elections in order to have a firmer position to negotiate Brexit terms at all levels...." The outcome of the British snap election may postpone Brexit, as the Conservative Party has lost its majority in the parliament, Chairman of the Russian State Duma ... Read More »

General election 2017: Voting under way across England


Peter Devlin, Hartlepool Borough Council's acting returning officer, said: "It is so important that people use their vote". Find out where your local polling station is by entering your postcode here. Where do I go to vote? We've had manifesto U-turns, celebrity endorsements and vehicle crash interviews - but now, at last, it's time to go to the polls. Read More »

BA Flights Returning To Normal After Outage


The airline is looking to operate the majority of its Heathrow departures on Sunday and "a near normal schedule" from Gatwick, although aircraft and crews are out of position and have to be relocated during the night, it said in a website posting late Saturday. Read More »

United Kingdom opposition Labour Party says will seek to form minority government

In the 2015 elections , the Conservatives held 331 seats, the Labour Party bagged 232, the Scottish National Party had 56 and Liberal Democrat won 8 seats. Independence Party. Mrs May could take a gamble and wait until the new parliament to see if she has the confidence of the House of Commons. "A government that can provide certainty and lead Britain forward at this critical time for our country". Read More »

Iran arrests two suspects linked to attacks in Tehran

The intelligence ministry said 41 suspects were arrested in Tehran , in the northwestern provinces of Kermanshah and Kurdistan, and in West Azerbaijan, near the borders with Iraq and Turkey. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that terrorists and their supporters targeted Iran's democracy. The attacks came at a particularly charged time in the region, days after Riyadh and other Sunni Muslim powers cut ties with Qatar, accusing it of backing Tehran and militant groups. Read More »

Up to 10000 moved as fires rage near South Africa's oyster capital


While many homes lost to the fires were upmarket, about 830 makeshift homes belonging to poor residents were flooded or had their roofs blown off in Cape Town, according to city authorities. - Dawie Bosch (@dawierbosch) June 7, 2017Any donations to make soup and take it to an informal settlement in Cape Town is needed pls DM me. The storm also forced President Jacob Zuma, who was in the city, to cancel a scheduled speech at an global media conference in Durban, a city on the Indian Ocean ... Read More »

Iran arrests 41 suspects over Tehran attacks: Ministry

He also accused Washington of exchanging democracy for money, referencing a massive arms deal recently agreed between the USA and Saudi Arabia . Saudi Arabia has said it was not involved. "With the help of security forces and families of the suspects, 41 people linked to the attacks and to Daesh ( Islamic State ) have been arrested in different provinces", the ministry said, according to state TV cited by Reuters . Read More »

Thousands mourn Tehran attack victims, chant 'Death to Saudi'

They never named the country directly, but the implication was clear. "In recent days and months, we have witnessed heavy pressures from terrorists such that we have identified and arrested two- and three-member teams or even lone terrorists every week", Alavi said. Read More »

Teheran attackers were Iranians who joined ISIS

Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei , also played down the effects of Wednesday's fatal events, referring to them as a "firecracker" that "will not have the slightest effect on the will of the people", AFP reported . That drew fire from Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, who tweeted: " Repugnant WH (White House) Iranians counter terror backed by USA clients". Read More »

Election 2017: John McDonnell blasts Theresa May for putting 'party before country'

But Leftist opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn , whose Labour party surged from 20 points behind, urged May to quit, saying she had "lost votes, lost support and lost confidence". Britain's election ended in a hung parliament early Friday, with Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives losing their majority . However, he said he was skeptical to conclude that "Britons' sovereign decision on Brexit has been cast into doubt in any way". Read More »

Carolyn Fairbairn, CBI Director-General - First reactions to Election outcome

Despite the disagreement over timing, business groups' shock at the election outcome has been balanced by optimism that it could both result in a softer Brexit, with the United Kingdom possibly retaining some form of membership of the single market and relaxing proposed constraints on immigration, as well as improved communication with government. Read More »

London Mayor Calls On Gov't To Cancel Trump's State Visit


Khan's office soon pointed out that the president had, in fact, misquoted Khan, who actually said that Londoners should not be alarmed by the increased armed police presence on the streets. May defended Khan, noting how he has been closely working with her to get the city back on track after a series of deadly attacks. The Mayor said on Channel 4 last night that Trump's visit to the United Kingdom should be, consequently, cancelled. Read More »

Nawaz meets Indian PM in Kazakhstan

Earlier today, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Astana on the sidelines of the SCO, the state radio reported. Nazarbayev said the SCO unites about 40 percent of the world's population. He said the mega project will benefit the entire SCO countries. The Prime Minister also called for efforts by the SCO to tackle climate change. While Russia had been backing India's membership, China pushed for Pakistan's induction. Read More »

Reality Winner pleads 'not guilty' in Federal court

This June 2017 photo released by the Lincoln County (Ga.) Sheriff's Office, shows Reality Winner. Reality Winner exits the Augusta Courthouse on June 8, 2017. Prosecutors also said Thursday that 25-year-old Reality Winner might try to flee the US if released on bond. U.S. Magistrate Judge Brian Epps denied bond Thursday for 25-year-old Reality Winner. Read More »

The Dover Corp (DOV) Shares Sold by Neuberger Berman Group LLC

JP Morgan upgraded the shares of DOV in report on Friday, September 11 to "Neutral" rating. The company was initiated on Friday, October 7 by Susquehanna. State Common Retirement Fund holds 0.04% or 350,400 shares. 271,519 were reported by Woodley Farra Manion Port Mngmt. Investors wait Dover Corp (NYSE:DOV) to report on July, 20. Read More »