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Defence Minister Michael Fallon said on Sunday the cabinet would meet "early next week". The announcement of the deal came after May's chiefs of staff, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, resigned Saturday. Numerous key cabinet posts have already been declared as unchanged from the previous government, including Philip Hammond as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Amber Rudd as home secretary, Boris Johnson as foreign secretary, David Davis as Brexit secretary and Michael Fallon as the in-charge of the ...
  • Comey Testimony Watched by an Estimated 19.5 Million Viewers

    Comey Testimony Watched by an Estimated 19.5 Million Viewers

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    Overall, ABC was the most watched network airing the Senate Intelligence Committee live, generating 3.3 million total viewers, while Fox news was the most watched cable news network with 3.1 million viewers, according to Nielsen. "His company is his son, Jim", the man answered, identifying himself as that company, the ex-FBI director who delivered extraordinary testimony before Congress this week about his interactions with President Donald Trump before he was sacked last month.
  • Three Army Rangers Killed in Afghanistan in

    Three Army Rangers Killed in Afghanistan in "Insider Attack"

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    The Afghan soldier was killed during the attack, said Attahullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor in Nangarhar province. The US Defense Department is conducting investigation, Pentagon said in a statement. forces based in Afghanistan who are mainly carrying out airstrikes as part of a broader role granted to them by the Obama administration previous year.
  • Iran supreme leader: Attacks fuel hatred toward US, Saudis

    Iran supreme leader: Attacks fuel hatred toward US, Saudis

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    At least 16 people are reported to have been killed and 43 wounded when suicide bombers and gunmen targeted the Iranian parliament and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini . He also suggested that such executions could negatively impact the worldwide sympathy that the attacks have brought for the country and its people.
  • Clinging on to her job, Britain's May appoints new ministers

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    On Friday, May declared her intention to lead a government with the support of the Northern Ireland MPs of the Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) - describing the tie-up as a government of "certainty". The Conservative party failed to achieve a majority government during this Thursday's general election , gaining only 319 seats within the next Parliament.
  • Police raid sees 20th arrest made in London Bridge attack probe

    Police raid sees 20th arrest made in London Bridge attack probe

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    Police released additional details from its investigation; most notably, Butt tried online to rent a larger, 7.5-ton truck that could have killed more people, but his payment was declined. "We also need to watch out for those who may be inspired by these recent attacks", said Haydon. According to the most detailed investigation report revealed by Scotland Yard so far, the payment by the gang's leader, Khuram Butt , failed to go through and the three men had to hire a smaller van instead.
  • London Bridge attacker tried to rent larger truck

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    In a rare glimpse into the weeklong investigation, police released details on Saturday that showed Khuram Butt originally tried to rent a 7.5 ton truck. He was also held on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts and taken into custody while police searched the two properties. "They were still fairly close to the van".
  • Philippine military says foreign fighters killed

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    Government forces have lost 21 lives, while the number of civilians killed remains at 19. The Philippines military is conducting air strikes as it fights to regain full control of Marawi , a city on the southern island of Mindanao that was overrun by ISIS affiliated fighters last week.
  • Parents insist accused leaker not a flight risk

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    She said authorities don't know what happened to the drive or what was on it. "She was not expecting any of this". Victor remained locked up Tuesday on federal charges that she made copies of classified documents containing top-secret material and mailed them to an online news organization.
  • UAE turns screw on Qatar, threatens sympathisers with jail

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    After Saudi Arabia along with three other Arab countries cut ties with Qatar over accusations that Qatar supports regional terror groups, President Trump held a call with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. Global understanding of the small Gulf nation's alleged links to those organizations, as well as al Qaeda and Islamic State, is improving, Gargash said.
  • Scottish Episcopal Church to allow same-sex weddings

    Scottish Episcopal Church to allow same-sex weddings

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    The result from the General Synod in Edinburgh, which came shortly after 4:50pm, followed hours of speeches and months of discussions among laity, bishops, and clergy in Scotland's third-largest church. They voted in favor of removing the note that marriage is between a man and a woman. "No-one is being asked to change their theology of marriage".
  • Church bus crashes in Atlanta area; fire chief says 21 hurt

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    The parkway where the crash occurred was completely closed and firetrucks and ambulances swarmed the area near Atlanta's airport. Mount Zion Baptist Church in Huntsville , Ala., posted on its Facebook page that one of its buses with its student ministry mission was involved in a crash while traveling to the airport.
  • Trump lashes out at DOJ over travel ban legal strategy

    Trump lashes out at DOJ over travel ban legal strategy

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    He further wrote , "The Justice Dept. should ask for an expedited hearing of the watered down Travel Ban before the Supreme Court - & seek much tougher version!" Among those expressing concern are lawyers at the Justice Department, according to tweets by George Conway III, who withdrew from consideration to head the department's civil division last week.
  • Twitter users, blocked by President Trump, cry censorship

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    And, as Adbo told The Washington Post , “The people that we talked to all seemed to have been blocked after tweeting pretty direct criticism at the president. Also, the development highlights that society has reached the point when public officials, from the presidency on down, are harnessing social media as a means of political discourse.
  • Kmart in Rostraver on list of closures

    Kmart in Rostraver on list of closures

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    The Elyria store will remain open for customers until September, according to a company spokesperson. You can find the entire list HERE. None of the stores in this round of closures are located in CT. Sears Holdings, the parent company of Sears and Kmart , had no immediate comment on closings. Riefs said the store will close to the public in early September.