People Tillerson Urges Nations To End Blockade Against Qatar
Author: 0 Tillerson Urges Nations To End Blockade Against Qatar

In something of a reversal of U.S. President Donald Trump's suggestion earlier this week that he sided with Saudi Arabia and other countries against Qatar, U.S. "But they can be addressed immediately". Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has made progress in halting financial support and expelling terrorists, the top USA diplomat said, "but he must do more and he must do it quickly".

Author: 0 'Dead Woman Walking': Amid Election Fallout, Theresa May Stands On Shaky Ground

But the ballot-box humiliation has seriously - and possibly mortally - wounded her leadership just as Britain is about to begin complex exit talks with the European Union. The Sunday Times reported that Chancellor Philip Hammond used a telephone call with Mrs May on Friday to tell her she should put jobs first in the Brexit negotiations - a coded attack on the immigration-focused strategy.

People 'Bachelor in Paradise' temporarily shut down over 'allegations of misconduct'
Author: 0 'Bachelor in Paradise' temporarily shut down over 'allegations of misconduct'

He also wrote, " DeMario [ Jackson ] & Corinne [ Olympios ] are the contestants in question". DeMario says Corinne then suggested they retreat to the pool, with the cameras rolling. " Warner Bros . has not commented on the specific charges brought against cast members". Bachelor In Paradise suddenly suspended production in Mexico on Sunday amid an investigation into alleged misconduct.

People United Kingdom confirms Brexit talks will go ahead as planned
Author: 0 United Kingdom confirms Brexit talks will go ahead as planned

Former Shadow Chancellor Chris Leslie said that while people now see Mr Corbyn as a "credible" Prime Minister, the party should not pretend it achieved a "famous victory". The number needed for a majority is 326. Her first major challenge will be getting the Queen's speech passed at the end of June - which sets out the government's legislative plan and essentially amounts to a vote of confidence for the administration.

People Deepa trying to take over Jayalalithaa's legacy: BJP
Author: 0 Deepa trying to take over Jayalalithaa's legacy: BJP

While she was allowed to garland the portrait of Jayalalithaa kept at the front porch of the house, she was not allowed to enter the house, PTI reported. "We also pointed to her that the house was locked and asked her to leave the premises", the sources added. Her husband Madhavan was by her side. "Stopped from entering Poes Garden, we are being humiliated, looks like Deepak Jayakumar has cheated us by joining Sasikala camp", Deepa was quoted as saying by ANI .

People USA seeks to dismiss foreign payments lawsuit against Trump
Author: 0 USA seeks to dismiss foreign payments lawsuit against Trump

The suit cites numerous examples of how Trump personally stands to profit from doing business with companies linked to foreign governments. The government claimed that if the Emoluments Clause - a section of the Constitution that bars members of the government from receiving such payments or gifts from foreign governments without congressional approval - is interpreted to mean that Trump can not accept such payments at his hotels, golf course, and other venues, that reading would mean ...

Author: 0 Iran arrests 8 suspected of supporting Tehran attacks

In a condolence message ahead of a funeral for the victims, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the attack: " will not damage the Iranian nation's determination and the obvious result is nothing except an increase in hate for the governments of the United States and their stooges in the region like Saudi (Arabia )", state media reported.

Author: 0 Gulf nations may let some Qataris stay amid diplomatic rift

Qatar Airways announced on Sunday its net profits rose to $540 million in its latest financial disclosure before the airline took a hit and was blocked from flying to major Arab states. They warned, however, that their ability to make longer-term plans was being affected. But its influence goes beyond money, being home to the media network Al Jazeera - which at various times has embarrassed or angered most Middle Eastern governments - and hosting the forward headquarters of CENTCOM, the USA ...

Author: 0 Britain's May still in talks with DUP on power deal

Conservative British Prime Minister Theresa May and Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party have not reached an agreement but talks are continuing, Sky News reports . He told the programme: "My advice to the prime minister would be to wait until her backbenchers get into Parliament next week and she tests opinion because, I can tell you I'm there every week, these people will not want to be held to ransom by any regional party whichever one it happens to be".

Author: 0 Boris Johnson denies plot to topple UK PM Theresa May

The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. A partnership between the Conservatives and the DUP may threaten the ability of the British government to be a neutral broker between the unionists and the nationalists, Mr Jonathan Powell, former chief British government negotiator on Northern Ireland, wrote in The Guardian .

People Shivraj starts fast, says ready to die for farmers
Author: 0 Shivraj starts fast, says ready to die for farmers

Chouhan began his "peace fast" for the solidarity of the state at the Dussehra Maidan where he has invited agitating farmers for talks. "We will be holding public meetings and "Rasta Roko andolan" on June 16", said state president of All India Kisan Sabha and former MLA, Pemaram.

People Top two aides to British PM May quit
Author: 0 Top two aides to British PM May quit

Senior Conservatives want to avoid a lengthy and disruptive contest to replace her, but the depth of May's unpopularity within her own party was laid bare by a survey on the influential ConservativeHome website suggesting 60 per cent of its members want her to resign.

People E3 2017: Microsoft Announces Xbox One S Price Drop
Author: 0 E3 2017: Microsoft Announces Xbox One S Price Drop

Microsoft is cutting its Xbox One S price by $50 tomorrow, just as the company unveils the final name and price for its next Project Scorpio console. Many will also be looking at Activision's new Call of Duty: WWII , which takes the series back to its roots and may inject new life into the franchise by mining history - a strategy that has worked for the series's top competitor Battlefield.

People Wonderful Box Office Continues For
Author: 0 Wonderful Box Office Continues For "Wonder Woman"

The reboot of the cinematic monster from Comcast Corp .'s Universal Pictures . opened to a weak $32.2 million in the US and Canada, according to studio estimates. The movie - which stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, and Dave Bautista as the namesake band of space heroes - has now earned an estimated $365 million domestically and $461.9 million internationally.

People United Kingdom police search property in Manchester attack investigation
Author: 0 United Kingdom police search property in Manchester attack investigation

Police are appealing for information on sightings of Abedi with the blue suitcase between 18 and 22 May, releasing an image of him with the luggage taken from CCTV in Manchester city centre on the day of the attack. Today, we are releasing further images of Abedi, so I would ask you to look closely at them and contact us if you saw him. We need your help as we piece together what happened in the lead up to the attack and if Abedi was helped by anyone.

People Concerns of free-speech rally in Portland
Author: 0 Concerns of free-speech rally in Portland

Prior to his attacks against the three train passengers, Christian was perhaps best known for his participation in an April "Free Speech" march in Portland. During the vigil, hero Namkai-Meche was described as "a joyful and magical spirit", and photos of his mother, Asha Deliverance, are inspiring even those Americans who couldn't attend the vigil in person.

Author: 0 Police arrest east London man in connection with bridge attacks

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, said : "As far as French nationals are concerned, there have indeed been three fatalities and eight wounded. We are paying a heavy price in these attacks". Zaghba was stopped at Bologna's airport trying to fly to Turkey in March previous year over concerns he was intending to travel on to Syria , according to reports.

People Trump denies seeking Comey 'loyalty,' dodges tapes question
Author: 0 Trump denies seeking Comey 'loyalty,' dodges tapes question

Although Donald Trump's political opponents believed that former FBI Director James Comey's testimony would sink the United States president, those expectations have not been met. The committee also sent a letter to Comey asking for any notes or memos in his possession about the discussions he had with Trump before being abruptly fired last month.

Author: 0 CCTV footage of police shootout with London Bridge attackers emerges

It was the third terrorist attack in the United Kingdom in as many months, and came less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at a concert in Manchester. Two men were arrested by armed police on a street in Ilford, east London . They said they were unaware of the other two men. A total of 21 people have been arrested so far in the investigation into the suicide bombing.

Author: 0 Trump accuses Comey of lying to Congress

But Trump refrained from confirming that he had records of conversations with Comey as he previously implied. The White House has seized on Comey's confirmation that Trump personally was not under investigation over his ties to Russian Federation to declare a victory of sorts.

Author: 0 UK leader May seen fighting for survival after election failure

They formed part of May's small inner circle and were blamed by many Conservatives for the party's lackluster campaign and unpopular election platform, which alienated older voters with its plan to take away a winter fuel allowance and make them pay more for long-term care.

People Sessions says he will discuss Comey with Senate panel
Author: 0 Sessions says he will discuss Comey with Senate panel

Sessions noted that several lawmakers on those panels had said they meant to ask him about the Russian Federation investigation, after testimony by former FBI director James Comey before the intelligence committee Thursday. Comey raised additional questions Thursday, saying that the Federal Bureau of Investigation expected Sessions to recuse himself weeks before he actually did.

Author: 0 Afghan soldier kills 3 US service members

U.S. forces have been fighting alongside Afghan troops against Islamic State and Taliban militants in the Nangahar province, where the incident occurred. Details of this attack will be forthcoming. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of these American heroes". "When heroes fall, Americans grieve", Pence said.

People Russia's Lavrov calls for talks to ease Qatar stand-off
Author: 0 Russia's Lavrov calls for talks to ease Qatar stand-off

Trump said. "We had to stop the funding of terrorism ". He cited his urge to crack down on terrorist funding during his Saudi Arabian visit last month as the trigger for the collective shunning of Qatar. Saudi Arabia and other U.S. allies in the region have cited Qatar's alleged support for regional rival Iran and for extremist groups as explanation for their decision.

Author: 0 Trump's legal team to file complaint on Comey

Comey , quote, 'General Flynn is a good guy, he has been through a lot, ' close quote". Trump has scheduled a joint news conference for Friday afternoon with visiting Romanian President Klaus Iohannis. He also claimed that he "hardly" knows Comey. The Trump administration now faces a grinding investigation by Justice Department special counsel Robert Muller that will likely last years and could slow progress on the GOP legislative agenda.

Author: 0 May's top aides resign after UK election fiasco

May's party won 318 seats, eight short of the 326 they needed for an outright majority. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said she had lost all legitimacy and called on her to stand aside and allow him to form an alternative administration, declaring: "We are ready to serve".

Author: 0 Police raid sees 20th arrest made in London Bridge attack probe

Police released further details today that showed Butt originally tried to rent a 7.5 tonne truck. Large trucks have been used in other ramming attacks in Europe and have caused higher numbers of casualties. It has also revealed that police believe the terrorists may have planned to return to the smaller van after the stabbings and ignite a string of Molotov cocktails found in the back.

Author: 0 Ireland set to have first openly gay Prime Minister

Varadkar said he was "aware of the enormous challenges ahead". He beat his rival, housing minister Simon Coveney, with 60% of the votes, and will take over from former Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny in the coming weeks. The victor of the contest will be announced when votes for the leadership of the Fine Gael party are counted in the Mansion House in Dublin . Prior to becoming a politician, Varadkar was a doctor; his partner, Matthew Barrett, is also a doctor.

People Trump punches back, accuses Comey of lying to Congress
Author: 0 Trump punches back, accuses Comey of lying to Congress

Trump says he is "100 percent" willing to give his version of events under oath regarding the dismissal of FBI Director James Comey . That being said , reality doesn't change because of partisan leanings and ultimately, Comey's public comments turned out to be good for Trump.

Author: 0 Qatar, accused of supporting terrorism, hires ex-US attorney general

Qatar has so far refused to comply with demands made by Saudi Arabia and the UAE that it give up its core foreign policy of supporting a spectrum of Islamist groups, and has faced escalating pressure from its two larger GCC neighbours. "For us, unity is clearly necessary for maximum effect on this front (against terrorism)", he said. Saudi Arabia's state-run news agency carried an official statement welcoming Trump's remarks , adding that cutting off terrorism funding "required decisive and ...

Author: 0 Iran arrests 7 suspects for supporting Tehran attacks

Newly re-elected President Hassan Rouhani has said the attacks would make Iran more united. Back in May, Saudi deputy crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, who is also defence minister, ruled out the likeliness of establishing friendly ties with Iran, and said that holding talks with Iran is impossible, as Tehran's goal is to "control the Muslim world".