• Jeremy Corbyn gets rock star welcome at Glastonbury Festival
Jeremy Corbyn gets rock star welcome at Glastonbury Festival

Johnny Depp also joined the singer-songwriter, who was 81 yesterday, playing guitar on one of the songs. "I said to him, 'When are you going to be prime minister?' He said, 'In six months'". Mr Eavis told Glastonbury's own newspaper he was "thrilled" with Labour's result at the General Election . "But what was even more inspiring was the...

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  • Colorado officer escorting Pence motorcade hurt in crash
Colorado officer escorting Pence motorcade hurt in crash

The Southern Poverty Law Centre has named Focus on the Family as a hate group . He called it "deeply meaningful" and said he was sure it would "save innocent lives". "(The ministry) represents timeless values our society needs to hear, now more than ever". Her husband, Paul Pasnow, agreed that he was an incredible speaker.

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  • Allemagne: Schulz met en garde Merkel contre
Allemagne: Schulz met en garde Merkel contre "l'arrogance du pouvoir"

Réuni à Dortmund, en plein coeur de la Ruhr ouvrière, le SPD doit entériner en début d'après-midi son programme de campagne pour le scrutin du 24 septembre, programme axé autour du thème de la "justice sociale". "Je ne signerai pas d'accord de coalition dans lequel le mariage pour tous ne figure pas", a martelé Martin Schulz, dont le discours a é...

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  • Would he be a good signing for United?
Would he be a good signing for United?

It's common knowledge that signing a new striker to lead the line next season is an absolutely priority for United, after releasing Zlatan Ibrahimovic due to the Swede's lengthy lay-off. And with Cristiano Ronaldo having become disenfranchised with life in Spain following a tax row, Manchester United's executive vice-chairman was set to sign of...

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  • PM Modi leaves for US after concluding Portugal trip
PM Modi leaves for US after concluding Portugal trip

Modi will meet with President Trump at the White House on Monday for the first face-to-face discussion between the two leaders. The decision to launch the startup hub was taken during Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa's visit to India in January this year.

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  • Ricciardo wins chaotic Azerbaijan GP; Vettel leads overall
Ricciardo wins chaotic Azerbaijan GP; Vettel leads overall

Ricciardo admitted on the podium it was a race he never saw himself winning once he had to pit on lap six after encountering a problem caused by debris from Kimi Raikkonen's Ferrari after the Finn had an opening lap incident with countryman Bottas.

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  • Group of Democrats meet behind closed doors to consider ousting Pelosi
Group of Democrats meet behind closed doors to consider ousting Pelosi

Before Tuesday's special election in Georgia's Sixth Congressional District, many journalists were ready to declare a victory by Democrat Jon Ossoff proof the GOP is doomed to lose its congressional majorities next year. She said she would have voted for the House Republican health care bill, though she sometimes misrepresented its provis...

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  • Toll from Pakistan tanker fire climbs to 148
Toll from Pakistan tanker fire climbs to 148

Iqbal feared that the death toll might further rise as over 20 of the injured are still in critical condition at the burn centers at different hospitals. Most of the victims with serious burns were airlifted to hospitals in the nearby city of Multan . A loudspeaker atop a local mosque alerted villagers to the leaking fuel, and scores raced to th...

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  • Donald Trump wishes Muslims on occasion of Eid
Donald Trump wishes Muslims on occasion of Eid

The Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan , has come and gone without a celebration at the White House , ending a presidential tradition going back at least 20 years. The day of Eid, therefore, falls on the first day of the month of Shawwal . The White House confirmed in an email to Newsweek that it would not be hosting...

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  • Anti-police protesters disrupt Twin Cities Pride Parade
Anti-police protesters disrupt Twin Cities Pride Parade

Anthony officer he wasn't drawing his firearm - during a traffic stop last summer. Organizers in Portland, Oregon, are asking officers to consider not wearing their uniforms because some people "don't feel comfortable attending alongside police in uniform".

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  • Kidambi Srikanth wins Australia Open Super Series
Kidambi Srikanth wins Australia Open Super Series

This was Srikanth's third successive and fifth Superseries final overall. It's like it happened because I missed that period of competitive badminton. Now, with three Superseries finals on the trot, what's changed? "Power and strength do improve with time". In the other men's doubles semi-final, Hendra and Boon had a much tougher time against t...

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  • Qatar says Saudi-led demands not 'reasonable'
Qatar says Saudi-led demands not 'reasonable'

They also require it to close Iran's embassy and a base on its territory operated by its ally Turkey , as well as to shut Al-Jazeera television. "The alternative is not escalation, the alternative is parting of ways, because it is very hard for us to maintain a collective grouping", UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash told re...

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" "Bayrou reconnaît que le MoDem a " recasé " des salariés à Bruxelles

D'après toujours cet ancien assistant parlementaire, " Les parlementaires conscients du risque juridique, réclamaient avec beaucoup de difficultés que l'assistant, de temps en temps, se manifeste, transmette une note sommaire sur un sujet ou une petite revue de presse, qui permettrait d'apporter une preuve qu'un travail a bien été effectué, au cas ...

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  • Onze nouveaux venus dans le gouvernement Philippe 2 — Remaniement
Onze nouveaux venus dans le gouvernement Philippe 2 — Remaniement

Voici, en images, le second gouvernement du quinquennat d'Emmanuel Macron . Du coup, le remaniement n'a plus rien de technique. Ce mercredi 21 juin, le ministre de la Justice François Bayrou et la secrétaire d'État aux Affaires européennes Marielle de Sarnez ont annoncé qu'ils quittaient le gouvernement.

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  • Ham Radio Operators Compete In Williston
Ham Radio Operators Compete In Williston

For over 24 hours, amateur radio operators communicate via voice and Morse code. The event was held in Martinsburg, but there are hundreds across the nation. Amateur Radio is growing in the US. "We can often locate family members when given a name by a loved one". He says they provide a back-up network of communications in times of emergencies.

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  • Seven killed in Kashmir cable car accident
Seven killed in Kashmir cable car accident

The Andraskar family lived in Shalimar Bagh in Delhi . A police official said the cable auto was later restored. This is first major accident to the profit making cable vehicle project, the main attraction in Gulmarg. Now carried out the rescue operation. Hundreds are people are said to be stranded due to the stoppage of cable auto service. ...

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  • A ballgame of unity, spirit, friendly rivalry, won by Dems
A ballgame of unity, spirit, friendly rivalry, won by Dems

After the recent shooting where James T. Hodgkinson opened fire at a GOP Congressional baseball practice (raw video below, ) Rep. Chris Collins, a Republican from Buffalo, New York, has already said he will be carrying a firearm with him whenever he's out in public from now on.

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  • Residents remaining in evacuated tower blocks 'must leave', says council
Residents remaining in evacuated tower blocks 'must leave', says council

Some 60 high-rise buildings in 25 local authorities across the country have now failed fire cladding safety tests after the Grenfell Tower disaster, the Government has said. Officials said Friday that the blaze started in a faulty refrigerator, but the cladding installed during a recent multimillion-dollar refurbishment of Grenfell Tower is belie...

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  • GOP senators now oppose health care bill as written
GOP senators now oppose health care bill as written

Erasing Obama's law has been a marquee pledge for Trump and virtually the entire party for years. Lawmakers would also limit federal support for the overall Medicaid program, which covers more than 70 million low-income children, parents, elderly and disabled Americans.

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  • Dozens arrested after disability advocates protest at McConnell's office
Dozens arrested after disability advocates protest at McConnell's office

Capitol Police took 50 protesters into custody after some of them removed themselves from their wheelchairs as part of the "die-in" demonstration, according to a statement from an ADAPT spokesperson. "No cuts to Medicaid", they said, while blocking hallway access from McConnell's office. The people protesting that outcome were physically remo...

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  • Caravaggio proves himself a superstar by winning at Royal Ascot
Caravaggio proves himself a superstar by winning at Royal Ascot

The Godolphin and Aidan O'Brien duel for supremacy at the royal meeting saw both parties share the spoils in the opening two races of the card. I can't describe the feeling of pride in the horse. She'll get further later on so we might look at races like the Nassau. La Coronel, the American filly trained by Mark Casse and ridden by Florent Geroux, ...

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  • Macron's party headed for big French parliamentary majority
Macron's party headed for big French parliamentary majority

After being sworn in, Macron immediately started up his "New Deal" at home, from reform on labor law to the establishment of anti-terrorism center, and the enactment of new anti-corruption rules, all of which caught the hearts of French people and impressed them with pragmatic reforms.

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  • BJP President Amit Shah declines to comment on Presidential candidates
BJP President Amit Shah declines to comment on Presidential candidates

The Shiv Sena kept its ally BJP on tenterhooks on Monday as it remained non-committal on whether or not it will back the candidature of Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind for the Presidential election . They will contest every election and win, but will we win the fight in Kashmir? The names of Meira Kumar and Shinde have been floated to count...

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  • Profile: Saudi Arabia's 'prince of counter-terrorism' Mohammed bin Nayef
Profile: Saudi Arabia's 'prince of counter-terrorism' Mohammed bin Nayef

The appointment of such a young royal as the immediate heir to the throne essentially sets Saudi policy for decades in the hands of a man seen as a risk taker. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia and a number allies including the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt severed all links with Qatar over accusations that Doha supports extremism.

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  • Cindy weakens but still stirs weather over wide swath
Cindy weakens but still stirs weather over wide swath

Debris covers State Highway 87 after Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall earlier Thursday, June 22, 2017 on the Bolivar Peninsula in Texas. Authorities continued to warn that driving rains being pulled out of the Gulf could still cause risky flash floods.

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  • White House says Trump tweet meets Comey tapes records request
White House says Trump tweet meets Comey tapes records request

He claims he made a decision to leak the memos in retaliation to President Trump's tweets, but that doesn't seem to be true. "He said, 'I'll meet you at the hospital right now'". Legal experts say whatever connection they do have doesn't come close to meriting Mueller's removal as special counsel. But the episode exhausted Trump's defenders an...

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  • Important to learn 'Rashtra Bhasha' Hindi: Venkaiah Naidu
Important to learn 'Rashtra Bhasha' Hindi: Venkaiah Naidu

We should learn all languages, but by learning English our mindset is also changing. The minister's comment comes in the backdrop of apprehensions being expressed by the people, especially in the southern states over the usage of Hindi language.

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  • White House responds to Comey tape inquiry with Trump tweet
White House responds to Comey tape inquiry with Trump tweet

Trump later acknowledged he took this step with the Russian Federation investigation in mind. Comey faced questions from the Senate Intelligence Committee two weeks ago. He added: "The people that have been hired are all Hillary Clinton supporters. But you'll have to determine for yourself whether or not his story changed".

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Louisiana
Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Louisiana

Kerner said he issued the call for a voluntary evacuation as a precaution. Streets and yards in the town were covered and Kerner anxious that homes, even those in parts of town protected by levees, might be flooded. "Not only around the center of Cindy". And Saturday may even turn into a decent day, with the rain pulling away with whatever's ...

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  • EC to continue hearing office of profit case against AAP MLAs
EC to continue hearing office of profit case against AAP MLAs

The EC hold the opinion that the respondents did de facto hold the office of parliamentary secretaries from 13th March 2015 to 8th September 2016 and the interpretation as sought to be put by them on the order of the Hon'ble Delhi High Court that they did not hold office of profit is legally untenable.

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