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Protestor rushes stage at controversial 'Julius Caesar' play


Jack Posobiec filmed the entire incident. He captioned the video: "BREAKING: Julius Ceasar [sic] Gets SHUTDOWN". A video was tweeted out by Posobiec at 9:13 PM showing Loomer rushing the stage and yelling that the scene was an "act of political violence against the right". Read More »

Saudi Arabia says airspace ban on Qatari flights to protect citizens

Last Wednesday, Turkey's parliament promptly approved two deals signed in December 2015 and April 2016 between the two countries - to deploy Turkish troops to a base in Qatar and to train its domestic police force. Meanwhile, Qatari foreign minister Sultan Bin Saad al-Muraikhi arrived in Mogadishu on Sunday, where he met with Farmaajo to discuss the escalating affairs in the region. Read More »

Criticism Builds as Theresa May Prepares to Form New Government

Pat McFadden says DUP leader Arlene Foster will be "very keen" to secure terms with the European Union that allows barrier free trade between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Mr Adams said: 'We have just finished a meeting with the British prime minister and her secretary of state. Talks to restore confidence took a back seat in recent days as the political focus largely shifted to London and the DUP's deal to prop up the Conservatives at Westminster. Read More »

Mastermind Behind ISIS Attack in Tehran Has Been Killed, Iran Says

The ceremonies began on June 9 at the parliament building, one of the targets of the June 7 attacks claimed by the extremist group Islamic State (IS). Smoke is seen during an attack on the Iranian parliament in central Tehran , Iran. Police said two more suspects had been detained in the western part of the country, bringing the number to up eight, on Friday. Read More »

U.S. lawmaker shot dead by angry gunman


The popular annual face-off, which raises money for charity, is scheduled to go forward as planned Thursday evening at Nationals Park in Washington . "While the president would like to attend the game and show his support for all of these fearless public servants, he has been advised that there is not enough time to follow Secret Service protocols", he said. Read More »

Theresa May to visit London fire victims

There are fat least five buildings classed as a high rise in Southport Town Centre and each are checked every five years, however following the massive fire which has claimed countless lives in London , fire crews will be bringing forward their safety checks. Read More »

UK PM May Closer to Sealing Majority, but Battle Over Brexit Continues

Before the Mansion House dinner was cancelled because of the fire, finance minister Hammond had been due to tackle fears among the financial elite that May's insistence that "no deal is better than a bad deal" would cost them business. Talks between the Conservatives and the DUP are reported to be progressing well, although it is likely to be early next week before an agreement is finalised. Read More »

Trump partially rolls back Obama's Cuba thaw

Mr Trump said Mr Obama's agreement with Raul Castro's government led to an increase in violence and instability in the country, and enriched the brutal communist regime that imprisons its own people. "I do believe that end is in the very near future", he said. "We know they have a different view of the world", a Cuban official told CNN. The US Treasury Department will have to write new regulations so US citizens flying to Cuba in the coming days will not be affected. Read More »

Student Freed From North Korea Has Severe Brain Injury

None of the center's doctors have been in direct contact with medical officials in North Korea, Bonomo said . It's not known whether his confession was voluntary. It was the last time he was seen publicly before this week. And the case threatened to further damage the already tense relationship between the United States and the North. Read More »

GOP shooting: Scalise improving from brink of death

The Associated Press reported Thursday night that Scalise's doctors had said the majority whip "remains in critical condition but has shown improvement". Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine is quoted a CBS News report as praising Griner for her work during the shooting . Mr Trump, in a video message played at the game, said the event had "a much deeper level of meaning" because of the shooting. Read More »

Los Angeles lights Bat-signal for Adam West

Spring Street downtown, where his friends and family will also gather at a special event that will start around 9pm. West found it hard to land other acting jobs after the series ended because he was forever linked to the Batman role but eventually became the voice of Mayor Adam West on " Family Guy " and played himself for years on "The Fairly Odd-parents". Read More »

Chanting 'We Want Justice', Protesters Storm Town Hall After London Fire

After May failed to win an outright majority in a snap election last week, she is battling to strike a deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party to support her government. "I don't really think it is appropriate to be talking about whether people have humanity or not". At least thirty people died in the inferno, and the death toll is expected to grow. Read More »

Protests erupt over London fire response


London Police said an investigation had been launched to determine whether the blaze involved any crimes and May announced a public inquiry , a type of probe that's used to investigate issues of major public concern. Mr Cundy promised that police "will get to the answer of what has happened and why... if criminal offences have been committed it is us who will investigate that". Read More »

As May loses majority, will Brexit happen?


In a resignation statement on the Conservative Home website, Timothy conceded that the campaign had failed to communicate "Theresa's positive plan for the future", and missed signs of surging support for the opposition Labour Party. Labour's leftwing leader Jeremy Corbyn , once written off by his opponents as a no-hoper, said May should step down and that he wanted to form a minority government. Read More »

London tower block fire death toll climbs to 30

In this image taken by eyewitness Gurbuz Binici, a huge fire engulfs the 24 story Grenfell Tower in Latimer Road, West London . The Guardian newspaper reported Friday that contractors installed a cheaper, less flame-resistant type of paneling in the renovation that ended in May 2016. Read More »

DUP says "right & proper" to back May's Queen Speech

The unprecedented negotiations come nearly exactly a year after Britons voted last June 23 to leave the EU. The talks also gave her the opportunity to try to reassure the other parties that a tie-up with the DUP would not compromise Britain's impartiality in the delicate Northern Ireland peace process. Read More »

United Kingdom election: Theresa May keeps top jobs unchanged

The former prime minister of Finland, Alexander Stubb, tweeted , "Looks like we might need a time-out in the #Brexit negotiations". She will form a government and push through legislation with the backing of the Northern Ireland minority party the Democratic Unionists (DUP) who have 10 seats in Westminster and will force concessions on keeping the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland (which remains in the European Union as a soft border, not requiring visas to ... Read More »

Ariana Grande Manchester bee tattoo pays tribute to victims

The concert featured artists such as Justin Bieber , Pharrell , Liam Gallagher , Katy Perry , Coldplay , Mac Miller, The Black Eyed Peas and Miley Cyrus . To close the event, the singer performed a tearful rendition of " Somewhere Over the Rainbow ". Grande continued, "I love you guys so much and I think that the kind of love and unity that you're displaying is the medicine the world really needs right now". Read More »

May earmarks relief money for London fire victims; death toll at 30


Firefighters continued to pick their way through the burnt-out wreckage of the building Friday. A woman touches a missing poster for 12-year-old Jessica Urbano on a tribute wall after laying flowers on the side of Latymer Community Church next to the fire-gutted Grenfell Tower in London , Friday, June 16, 2017, after a fire engulfed the 24-story building Wednesday morning. Read More »