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UK Police Seeking Missing London Bridge Attack Victim Find Body in River

Earlier this week, authorities identified the assailants of the attack as 27-year-old Pakistan-born British citizen Khuram B., 30-year-old Libyan-Moroccan national Rachid R. Normandy news outlet La Manche Libre reported that Frederic Loinard, the mayor of nearby Colleville-Montgomery, where Mr Pigeard has family, confirmed the death to locals on Tuesday. Read More »

David Davis said Britain will be leaving the European Union single market

This, despite the political turmoil caused in the British political scene by Prime Minister Theresa May's fail to win a clear majority in parliament. Over the weekend, May's top two aides stepped aside. Gove, a long-time opponent who was dismissed when May became prime minister a year ago, will now serve as environment secretary. Read More »

Sessions Prepares to Testify as Republicans Prod Trump on Tapes

Former FBI director James Comey spent the weekend in his New Jersey hometown, days after he testified about President Donald Trump before a Senate committee . Lawmakers for weeks have demanded answers from Sessions, particularly about meetings he had last summer and fall with the Russian ambassador to the United States. Read More »

Hung parliament alliance between Labour and the SNP is branded 'nonsense'

He said: "The Prime Minister was clearly unaware that thanks to her government, Police Scotland is the only territorial force in the United Kingdom to be charged Value-Added Tax". Last week Mr Murray told i: "We need to work as a team to get a Labour government". 'Now, I'm not in charge of that timetable and that process'. SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon faced tough questions from voters on her party's record on education during a televised election special. Read More »

Durant planned for this title months ago in picking Warriors

The Warriors were sitting pretty with a 12-point lead, Steph Curry pulled up on a three-point jumper that would have served as an exclamation point, but missed. 3. Kevin Durant was outstanding. Play was stopped at the 3:08 mark after a tussle and technical foul on members of both teams . The Cavs cut the Warriors' lead to four in the third quarter, but the Warriors fought through to hold on to a 98-93 advantage by the start of the fourth. Read More »

Erdogan calls Iraqi Kurdish referendum 'error and threat'


Qasemi warned that the "unilateral" decision violating legal norms and Iraq's constitution would only add to problems at a time when Iraq is in "complicated conditions" and faces "ill-wishers' plans for continuation of instability" there. Iran voiced its opposition on Saturday to an announcement by northern Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) that it will organize a vote on independence later this year . Read More »

PM in Jeddah to 'help resolve Gulf crisis'


On Friday Saudi Arabia , Bahrain , the UAE and Egypt tightened their squeeze on Qatar by putting dozens of figures and charities they link to the country on terrorism blacklists. Doha denies the charges. Accompanied by the country's army chief, Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa, and his foreign affairs adviser, Sartaj Aziz, Sharif, who enjoys equally good relations with the Saudi and Qatari leadership, will address the "emergent situation among the [Gulf Cooperation Council] GCC countries", ... Read More »

EU, UK Citizens' Status First on Brexit Talks Agenda - UK Brexit Secretary


Setting the tone, Michael Heseltine, a leading pro-European Conservative told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday that "hard Brexit" was "the cancer gnawing at the heart of the Conservative Party". "If you go into a negotiation without the ability to walk away then you will have a poor outcome in that negotiation", he said on BBC radio, adding that he expected Britain would be able to agree a deal with the EU. Read More »

Harry Kane describes his feelings after first match as England captain


They were like a heavyweight boxer and we were middleweight, which we expected. Hart was slated for his contribution to Leigh Griffiths' double free-kick, as well as a moment of madness that involved a back-pass. England trained with the Royal Marines in the build up to the match, and Kane praised the determination of the squad. "The atmosphere in the changing-room would have been a party if we'd won", he said. Read More »

Attorney General Sessions to testify in public session on Tuesday

Senator had with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign. As for the timing of his recusal, Comey said the FBI expected the attorney general to take himself out of the matters under investigation weeks before he actually did. The test comes as some special counsel Robert Mueller appears to be ramping up his probe - hiring away a handful of seasoned federal criminal investigators that could hint at deeper, more serious legal trouble for Trump and his team. Read More »

Merkel talks Brexit in Mexico

Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum previous year in what became popularly known as Brexit. "I would like to congratulate you on your reappointment as Prime Minister", Tusk wrote , but added immediately that there was much urgency to start the Brexit negotiations. Read More »

Qatar Airways demands United Nations action against Saudi-led 'blockade'

Baker also urged the United Nations' civil aviation branch to intervene in the dispute. He went onto say that the move was in violation of the 1944 convention on air transport, charged with overseeing and regulating global aviation. In an interview broadcast Monday by CNBC, Ali Sherif al-Emadi said there are some challenges, but that Qatar is "business as usual". "But there are other problems that need to solved and it seems that they are trying to destroy Qatar". Read More »

Attorney General Sessions wants his testimony open to public


Senators want to get Sessions' take on all this. A Justice Department official told CNN on Sunday that department officials expected the hearing would be closed but said the final decision was up to the Senate committee. The Senate Intelligence Committee still wants to have a closed door meeting with the Director of National Intelligence and the head of the National Security Agency, to find out more about their conversations with President Trump on the Russian Federation ... Read More »

SF not taking seats 'not an issue' - O'Neill

The election ended in a hung Parliament but the Conservatives remain the largest party with 318 whilst Labour have 261 with 326 required for a majority. "This election has been fought on the issue of Brexit - people are concerned about it, so people want us to take a stand". We are meeting with the two governments and all the parties this afternoon. Read More »

USA attorney general next in scandal's spotlight


In a letter seen by Reuters , Sessions told Senator Richard Shelby, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies, that the Intelligence Committee is the "most appropriate" place to address matters that came up during Comey's hearing on Thursday. Read More »

Charlie Gard's parents await decision from European Court of Human Rights


The Guardian reported that three court of appeal judges upheld the decision in May, and three supreme court justices dismissed the parents' latest challenge on Thursday, following a hearing in London. The US doctor who would give Charlie experimental treatment has called the case "unchartered territory" and said the therapy would be "treatment but not a cure". Read More »

Secret Service says there are no Comey 'tapes'

Kennedy and Richard Nixon. The agency made the disclosure in response to a freedom of information request by The Wall Street Journal . Both Trump and his staff have yet to give a definitive answer on the existence of recording devices at the White House. Read More »

AB de Villiers to lead South Africa in England T20 series

Nine members of South Africa's Champions Trophy squad will play in the T20s - de Villiers, David Miller , Behardien, Imran Tahir, Morne Morkel, Chris Morris, Wayne Parnell, Andile Phehlukwayo and Pretorius - with the rest made up of players who were on the recent A-team trip to the United Kingdom, including Reeza Hendricks and Tabraiz Shamsi. Read More »

I'll serve as long as you want me, May tells lawmakers


May, however, has failed to confirm she will lead for a full term, saying she is only "getting on with the immediate job" for the time being. And I think that's what's important, I think that's what the public would expect. Conservative MPs who left the meeting, described her performance as "heartfelt", "powerful" and "contrite". " Theresa May is a dead woman walking ". Read More »