• Turkey, Saudi Arabia to mull Qatar crisis
Turkey, Saudi Arabia to mull Qatar crisis

However, on Wednesday, in Washington, Defense Secretary James Mattis formally signed the letter of offer and acceptance for the purchase. Special counsel Robert Mueller has brought 13 lawyers on board to handle the Russian Federation investigation, with plans to hire more, .

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  • Grenfell Tower: Lily Allen accuses the media of 'downplaying' death toll
Grenfell Tower: Lily Allen accuses the media of 'downplaying' death toll

According to the network, they didn't cancel Allen's interview due to her controversial remarks. She wrote on Twitter: "I'm sad to say @ BBCNewsnight just cancelled me for tonight's show". "We generally prioritise iviews (interviews) with people who can be held accountable". Earlier in the evening, Lily appeared on Channel 4 news and sugges...

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  • The Xbox Game Pass will get five new games a month
The Xbox Game Pass will get five new games a month

While there are now 112 titles available, some customers have wondered when new games will be added and old ones will be removed. Apart from that, around 5 games will be added to the service each month. The service, which requires games are fully downloaded, not streamed, before play, also offers a 20% discount on Xbox One game purchases, and 10% o...

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  • Minnesota officer acquitted in shooting of Philando Castile
Minnesota officer acquitted in shooting of Philando Castile

He pulled the trigger too quickly after learning about the firearm, and that he was partially driven to do so because he suspected Mr Castile of a crime. Today (June 16), the jury found Yanez not guilty of second-degree manslaughter, two felony counts of unsafe discharge of a firearm. My son loved Minnesota.

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  • Russian Federation says it may have killed the leader of ISIS
Russian Federation says it may have killed the leader of ISIS

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, speaking to Interfax after the reports spread, said he was aware of the information but was still without "100 percent confirmation" that the ISIS leader had perished. There was no initial independent confirmation that Baghdadi had been killed. If confirmed, al-Baghdadi's death would mark a major...

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  • Northern Ireland's DUP says talks with Conservatives to continue in London
Northern Ireland's DUP says talks with Conservatives to continue in London

Prompted by her poor election showing, particularly among pro-EU young people who fear losses of jobs and opportunity for Brexit , some of her most senior ministers and two former Conservative prime ministers have called for a rethink. "There is a unity of objective among people in the United Kingdom", May said following a meeting with French Pr...

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  • Russian military: ISIS leader may have died in airstrike near Raqqa
Russian military: ISIS leader may have died in airstrike near Raqqa

He said the claims should be taken "with a heavy grain of salt", adding that "there's no logical reason imaginable" why al-Baghdadi would have risked staying in a surrounded, sitting target with USA -led forces only days away from launching their final assault on Raqqa.

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  • Trump blasts report on possible obstruction of justice probe
Trump blasts report on possible obstruction of justice probe

President Donald Trump is telling his Twitter followers that they are witnessing the "single greatest WITCH HUNT in American history". ABC News reported on Friday that Rosenstein has said privately he may need to recuse himself from matters relating to the Russian Federation probe because he could become a witness in the investigation....

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  • Professor eats his pro-Brexit book after election stunner
Professor eats his pro-Brexit book after election stunner

The academic attracted attention on social media in the run up to the snap election when he made the audacious claim that Labour would be trounced at the polls. Professor Goodwin tweeted early on Saturday afternoon, "Ok". And that's exactly what happened today on Sky News. The author gave a sad thumbs up and spoke about the all the chemicals he...

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  • APNewsBreak: About 4000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan
APNewsBreak: About 4000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan

Earlier this week, President Trump provided his defense secretary, Jim Mattis, with the authority to determine troop levels in Afghanistan . The latest is posed by Islamic State extremists, evidenced in a rash of deadly attacks in the capital city of Kabul, which have only fueled calls for a stronger US presence.

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  • Colleagues, police at loss to find reason for UPS shooting
Colleagues, police at loss to find reason for UPS shooting

Two other employees were shot in the shooting and five were hurt, police say. Officials late Wednesday confirmed San Francisco residents Louie, 50, and Chan, 56, and 46-year-old Lefiti, of Hercules, were killed in the shooting. Officials, UPS employees and neighbors described chaos and panic as shots rang out during the meeting . "They all work...

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  • UK's May seals deal to prop up government, but loses key aides
UK's May seals deal to prop up government, but loses key aides

The critical damage Theresa May wreaked on her chances of winning the election during a disastrous campaign has been laid bare in a poll published by a senior Conservative donor. May called the snap election to win a clear mandate for her plan to take Britain out of the EU's single market and customs union in order to cut immigration.

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  • Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller
Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller

The sound of sharpening knives echoed everwhere Monday. Rosenstein said he has seen no evidence of good cause to fire the special prosecutor overseeing the Russian Federation investigation . The Post calls it "a major turning point in the almost year-old FBI investigation ". Mueller has been widely respected by many in Washington from both s...

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  • Trump set to announce shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba
Trump set to announce shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba

Former President Barack Obama may have begun normalizing relations with Cuba , but President Donald Trump will be re-tightening regulations regarding travel . Trump will not close embassies or break the diplomatic relations that were restored with the island in 2015. The event comes almost two years after the US and Cuba formally restored...

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  • White House denies Trump wants Mueller out, but heat's on
White House denies Trump wants Mueller out, but heat's on

She spoke to reporters as Trump returned to Washington from an event in Wisconsin. Conservative media, led by Newsmax CEO and Trump friend Chris Ruddy, have suggested that the interview shows Mueller has a conflict in his special counsel investigation.

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  • Trump Weighs Firing Mueller, According To Confidante
Trump Weighs Firing Mueller, According To Confidante

Brian Schatz about the scope of Sessions' recusal, Rosenstein said Sessions "actually does not know what we're investigating, and I'm not going to be talking about it publicly". "It's great if we can all agree that apprenticeships are good", she said. In a pivotal shift in the investigation that has riveted Americans like no other in decades, sen...

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  • UK's May faces calls to soften Brexit as political limbo drags on
UK's May faces calls to soften Brexit as political limbo drags on

May needs the support of the DUP to govern, after a disastrous election result in which she lost her parliamentary majority. Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to hold talks with Northern Ireland's five main parties in London later today, 15 June.

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  • Germany's Merkel says European Union ready to negotiate Brexit, no change seen
Germany's Merkel says European Union ready to negotiate Brexit, no change seen

Following London talks with the DUP, May headed to Paris to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron who has just won an impressive victory in the first round of parliamentary elections. "The current uncertainty can not continue", he said on Twitter . May desperately needs the Democratic Unionist Party's 10 seats to pass legislation.

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  • Google Drive Will Soon Backup Your Entire Computer
Google Drive Will Soon Backup Your Entire Computer

With that being said, most people will likely need to pay for additional storage . Google Drive users will soon be able to backup and sync their personal computer files onto the cloud . Once the feature goes live, a user can simply click on the check boxes next to the names of his or her folders to connect them to Drive . Google is c...

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  • UK's Hammond says economy should be priority in Brexit talks
UK's Hammond says economy should be priority in Brexit talks

Protecting jobs and the British economy and will be priorities for Britain when negotiations over the country's exit from the European Union begin next week, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said on Friday. Hammond said Britain's position had been set out in a speech by May in January and a letter she sent to European Union leaders ...

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  • Alexandria gunman carried list of names of members of Congress
Alexandria gunman carried list of names of members of Congress

Scalise was one of four people shot while at a practice baseball game in Alexandria, Virginia, shortly after 7 a.m. T Wednesday. St. Clair County Sheriff Rick Watson said Wednesday that Hodgkinson showed the deputy all required firearms licenses and documentation involving the high-powered hunting rifle, which he said he was simply using for targ...

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  • Trump uses social media to question probe of his campaign
Trump uses social media to question probe of his campaign

U.S. President Donald Trump says that an investigation touching on whether he tried to obstruct justice stems from what he asserts is a "phony story" about possible collusion between his campaign and Russian Federation. Mueller met Wednesday with the leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee in an effort to ensure their investigations don't co...

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  • Here's how co-op works in Super Mario Odyssey
Here's how co-op works in Super Mario Odyssey

It's on the lanyards, every 10th person is wearing a Cappy hat, and lines to check it out at the Nintendo booth are as long as the eye can see. Nintendo's Spotlight at E3 2017 live stream will begin shortly. "It's easier for them to try". The big thing in Super Mario Odyssey is that Mario can throw Cappy at anyone or anything and po...

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  • E3 2017: Microsoft unveils $499 Xbox One X
E3 2017: Microsoft unveils $499 Xbox One X

We're focusing on Xbox One S and Xbox One X and the games you're going to play", Spencer said. Alongside the Xbox One X , Microsoft unveiled a whopping 22 console exclusives (timed or otherwise), countering countering criticism that few compelling games have launched on the Xbox One compared to the PlayStation 4.

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  • Jury asks to see footage of Philando Castile's death -- again
Jury asks to see footage of Philando Castile's death -- again

He urged each member not to surrender their honest opinion, but reminded them it's their job to listen to each other's opinions, as well. Closing arguments are set for Monday, June 12, in a Minnesota police officer's manslaughter trial in the death of a black motorist.

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  • Cosby jury back to work on verdict for 5th day
Cosby jury back to work on verdict for 5th day

Defense attorneys have repeatedly asked for Judge O'Neill to declare a mistrial based on the jury's length of deliberations, but the judge has denied their request. The prosecution of Cosby is a classic example of a "he said, she said" case. O'Neill also responded to two new questions from the jury: a request for a redefinition of the legal conce...

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  • UK Parliament opening date set, suggesting Tory deal reached
UK Parliament opening date set, suggesting Tory deal reached

The arrival of the DUP's Arlene Foster followed a cabinet meeting, during which ministers went over plans "to deliver the best possible Brexit deal". "So there is a lot of anxiety and a lot of fear out of what is being discussed". European Parliament leaders laid into May and called for Britain to say when negotiations would start.

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  • Gunman who shot top GOP congressman had history of arrests
Gunman who shot top GOP congressman had history of arrests

Mr Trump won the US Presidential election in November and took office in January. Michael Biggs, spokesman for Sanders' presidential campaign, told Des Moines TV station KCCI that computer records showed that Hodgkinson volunteered for one debate watch party in Iowa, but was not on the payroll.

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  • Death Toll From London Blaze Rises to 30, Dozens Missing, Authorities Criticised
Death Toll From London Blaze Rises to 30, Dozens Missing, Authorities Criticised

On Thursday, the monarch had praised the fire brigade's "bravery" and the "unbelievable generosity" of volunteers who fought to mitigate the tragedy. People write messages on a wall for the victims and in support for those affected by the massive fire in Grenfell Tower , in London , Thursday, June 15, 2017 .

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  • Trump Being Investigated for Possible Obstruction of Justice
Trump Being Investigated for Possible Obstruction of Justice

Brand was confirmed as the No. 3 Justice Department official on a 52-46 vote in the Senate on May 18, with Democrats lining up against her. The special counsel appointed to investigate Russian influence in the 2016 U.S. Meanwhile, the White House said on Thursday that it would have no comment about the revelation, with deputy Press Se...

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