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Qatar's Neighbours Issue Steep List of Demands to End Crisis


Turkey has sided with Qatar in the dispute and its parliament has ratified legislation allowing the deployment of Turkish troops to the base. Suspend all diplomatic ties with Iran . Qatar - which shares its only land border with Saudi Arabia - has rejected the accusations, calling them "unjustified" and "baseless". On Friday, Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik tried to allay criticism of the Turkish base in Qatar and warned against intervention. Read More »

It Doesn't Make Sense To Have A Poor Person In Some Positions


On Wednesday, Trump said his administration has created "almost $4 trillion in wealth" for the country and that the unemployment rate is the lowest in 16 years since he took office on January 21. Despite early setbacks, Trump pledged that he would still make good on marquee campaign promises to revamp the Affordable Care Act, cut taxes and spur $1 trillion in new spending on roads, bridges and other infrastructure. Read More »

HRH Crown Prince in phone call with Saudi Crown Prince

The previous crown prince , 57-year old Mohammed bin Nayef, was removed from that post by the king. He had, however, been reported intermittently to be in very poor health. His father is the governor of Saudi Arabia's vast Eastern Province, home to much of the country's oil wealth and most of its minority Shiites. Mohammed bin Nayef was once a towering figure credited with crushing al-Qaida's cells in Saudi Arabia. Read More »

Protesters Arrested Following Republican Health Care Bill


MCEVERS: And this is the first time lawmakers are proposing an actual cap on Medicaid . They say it doesn't go far enough. "She has met with and heard the concerns of many Mainers about their health care challenges, and she will continue to do so as she studies the impact of this legislation on ME and the nation". Read More »

How the Republican health care bill changes Obamacare


Chuck Schumer said "surely we can do better". "Any senator who votes for this bill is clearly prioritizing a meaningless political victory over the health and livelihoods of the American people", Yarmuth said in a statement . Rand Paul of Kentucky, who has rejected the plan along with fellow Republican Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, said fundamental problems still remain that would leave taxpayers subsidizing health insurance companies. Read More »

Veteran LAPD officer arrested for sex with 15-year-old cadet


The program has been under scrutiny since cadets last week led officers on wild pursuits around the city in stolen police cars that ended with two crashing. "Cain had never been assigned to any of our youth programs, including the cadets program", Beck said. So far, it doesn't appear that anybody else in the cadet program or other police officers knew of the relationship, which took place outside of the station, but the investigation continued, Beck said. Read More »

Barack Obama attacks the 'fundamental meanness' of Republican healthcare plan

Its analysis of the Senate bill is expected early next week, a day or two before the vote. The Senate GOP says it wants to vote on the bill next week. What will happen to costs for low-income people? The NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey said 48 percent of USA adults said the House measure was a bad idea, while just 16 percent said it was a good idea. Read More »

Trump makes disclosures on business assets

The filing is not required by law, but has traditionally been released by presidents after assuming office. Eisen is chairman of an organization involved in two lawsuits against Trump over foreign payments to his businesses, which the plaintiffs say violate a constitutional clause prohibiting the president from accepting foreign gifts, or emoluments. Read More »

Srinagar DySP Mohammed Ayub Pandith Stripped, Stoned To Death Outside Jamia Masjid

The police said the mob attacked him after spotting him behaving suspiciously outside Jamia Masjid in Nowhatta locality during congregational prayers at the mosque, NDTV reported. "According to the reports, when he was coming out of the mosque, people started raising slogans and started hitting him resulting in his death", Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police S.P. Read More »

Hotpoint freezer model behind Grenfell Tower fire investigated fearing further explosions

They are now considering manslaughter among the possible criminal offences that may have been committed, confirmed Metropolitan Police Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormack . Firstly, making buildings safe, which means we will remove any cladding we have doubts over. Earlier, Ms May had said that local authorities were being warned about the building clad in combustible materials. Read More »

Cindy weakens to tropical depression after landfall in Louisiana, Texas

As the storm moves northwest, the Gulf Coast will continue seeing heavy rains, winds of 40-50 miles per hour and increased moisture, CNN meteorologist Michael Guy said. In Gulfport, Mississippi, Kathleen Bertucci said heavy rains Wednesday sent about 10 inches (250 millimeters) of water into her business, which sells and installs granite countertops. Read More »

DySP was beaten to death in Nowhatta


Hundreds of stone-throwing residents clashed with police in the area after the killing and authorities have imposed restrictions on people's movements, fearing protests. When hundreds were busy in prayers during the holiest night of the Muslim calendar called the "Shab-e-Qadr" at the largest city mosque, a group of miscreants attacked Pandit at his post. Read More »

US confirms killing of top Islamic State cleric


As reporter Anshel Pfeffer observes, this is a "major development" and constitutes the "first operational use of mid-range missiles by Iran since war with Iraq". Iranian legislators claimed the strike was also a sign to the USA that Iran's ballistic missile program will not be deterred by sanctions . "They don't have the capability to engage in clashes with us for now and of course, we don't intend to involve in clashes with them but we are in permanent rivalry with them in different ... Read More »

Indiana Democrats, Republicans React To Senate Health Bill

McConnell stitched it together behind closed doors, potentially moving President Donald Trump and the GOP toward achieving perhaps their fondest goal - repealing former President Obama's 2010 statute, his proudest domestic legacy. The US House of Representatives approved its version of the bill, dubbed the American Health Care Act , on May 4. After weeks of secret and private drafting, the Senate has released the plan of the American Health Care Act, a version of the May House bill ... Read More »

Southern Afghanistan Bombing Leaves 26 Killed and 59 Wounded


No group has claimed responsibility of the attack but insurgent groups, including the Taliban and Islamic State have been carried out the attack in the past targeting the banks . military deployment to bolster Afghan forces as they struggle to contain the insurgency. KABUL , Afghanistan (AP) - The leader of the Afghan Taliban said on Friday that a planned USA troop surge will not end the protracted war in the country and vowed to fight on until a full withdrawal of North Atlantic ... Read More »

Militants flee from school


They are no longer there". "I will help you, I will rehabilitate Marawi , it will be a attractive city again", he said at the school in Iligan City, about 40 km (25 miles) from the battle zone. Nearly 200,000 residents of Marawi have been evacuated but more than 500 civilians are said to be still trapped there or held hostage. The attack followed an army and police raid on a hideout that failed to capture a top militant suspect. Read More »

Trump Doesn't Want 'Poor Person' Running the Economy


The study has been disputed by open-door critics who say it does not take into account all variables. Trump chose to defend this during his Iowa appearance, but we doubt the way he went about it will silence anyone who's been critical of his choices. Read More »

Police carry demonstrators away from protest


The protesters chanted, "No cuts to Medicaid , save our liberty!" The protesters staged a "die-in" in front of the office, with numerous protesters in wheelchairs removing themselves from the chairs then lying down on the floor. "More than 10 million people with disabilities rely on Medicaid to live and work in their communities", he said . " To say people will die under this law is not an exaggeration ", said Mike Oxford, an ADAPT organizer from Kansas. Read More »

The Senate's Health-Care Advance

Yet it faces an uncertain fate in the Senate. - Senate debates the bill and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Ky., said senators will have an opportunity to offer amendments to add to or change the bill. President Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan came to the defense of Senate GOP leaders Thursday. Lee wrote , "It does not appear this draft as written will accomplish the most important promise that we made to Americans: to repeal Obamacare and lower their healthcare costs". Read More »

Saudi Arabia: A Dramatic Reordering Of Succession

According to the Qatar News Agency, the emir sent a cable of congratulations to the Saudi leadership "on the occasion of the selection of his royal highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud as Crown Prince". Previously the 31-year old was deputy crown prince. Several Saudi journalists and media figures have tweeted that they are pledging their allegiance. Read More »

Contrarius Investment Management LTD Has Upped Stake in Twitter INC (TWTR)


Royal Bank Of Canada reissued an "underperform" rating on shares of Twitter in a research note on Saturday, June 3rd. Baird reaffirmed a "neutral" rating on shares of Twitter in a research report on Tuesday, March 7th. If you are viewing this piece of content on another domain, it was illegally copied and reposted in violation of USA & global trademark & copyright law. Read More »

Arab states issue 13 demands to end Qatar crisis


Underscoring the growing seriousness of the crisis, state-run Qatar Petroleum acknowledged early Friday that some critically important employees "may have been asked to postpone" trips overseas "for operational reasons" as a result of the embargo. Read More »

Trump disputes Comey testimony, says he would testify under oath


The Senate committee sent a request for Comey's memos from the Federal Bureau of Investigation on and a separate request to the White House for any records kept by Trump, on May 17. Meanwhile, the Senate investigation into collusion with Russian Federation or obstruction of justice is extending to a Trump Cabinet member. He also accused Qatar, a key USA military partner, of funding terrorism "at a very high level", and said solving the problem in the tiny Persian Gulf nation could be "the ... Read More »