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Steve Scalise and several others has been identified Hodgkinson. Scalise remained in critical condition Thursday afternoon, and although doctors say his condition has improved some over the last 36 hours, he will require further surgeries, time in the hospital and rehabilitation.
  • Mattis: Trump has delegated decisions on Afghan troop levels

    Mattis: Trump has delegated decisions on Afghan troop levels

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    Even adding several thousand more US troops would keep levels well below the estimated peak of 100,000 deployed to the country during the Obama administration, not including foreign forces. Mattis said his new strategy, which will be finished in the coming weeks, will restore the "high ground" by restoring North Atlantic Treaty Organisation air forces to a position of dominance, the Examiner reported .
  • Did the Alexandria Gunman Ask Whether Victims Were Republicans or Democrats?

    Did the Alexandria Gunman Ask Whether Victims Were Republicans or Democrats?

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    DeSantis noted the threats he has received have grown uglier since President Trump took office. Florida's congressional delegation acted with shock and horror to the shootings but one member in particular is left to wonder how close he came to being shot after his face-to-face encounter with the gunman before the rampage.
  • Qatar stuns South Korea

    Qatar stuns South Korea

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    Later, the Qatari coach defended his players and stated, "I don't see something that can receive a punishment as it is a t-shirt with a picture of the Emir", he said. Federation Internationale de Football Association bans any unsanctioned political, religious or commercial messages on shirts. Korea got off to a slow start by allowing the lead to Qatar in the 25th minute.
  • Global energy demand stumbles for third year -BP

    Global energy demand stumbles for third year -BP

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    China, the world's biggest energy consumer, burned the least coal in six years and use dropped in the U.S to a level last seen in the 1970s, the company's data show. "Although, growth in China (0.4 Mb/d) and the U.S. (0.1 Mb/d) was more subdued", said the report . The report showed that oil remained the world's leading fuel, accounting for a third of global energy consumption.
  • UK's Theresa May pays heavy price for gamble

    UK's Theresa May pays heavy price for gamble

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    May's statement on working with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) followed a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, where she asked the monarch for permission to form a new government. The shock defeat for Conservatives - despite the pre- poll projections of a comfortable majority - was seen by the British media as a "humiliation" for May to continue in her position.
  • Israel returns ambassador to New Zealand, ending diplomatic rift

    Israel returns ambassador to New Zealand, ending diplomatic rift

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    Israel's prime minister says the diplomatic crisis with New Zealand over a United Nations resolution condemning Israeli settlements is over. Following five months of frozen ties between the two nations, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his counterpart in New Zealand, Bill English, spoke on the phone several days ago in an effort to fix relations.
  • Ex-NBA star Rodman heads to North Korea as private citizen

    Ex-NBA star Rodman heads to North Korea as private citizen

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    Asked if he had spoken to Trump about his trip, he said, "Well, I'm pretty sure he's pretty much happy with the fact that I'm over here trying to accomplish something that we both need". As well as counting the North Korean dictator as a friend, Rodman is said to be close to US President Donald Trump . Rodman's North Korea visits over the years have fueled speculation that he could somehow facilitate a diplomatic breakthrough between Pyongyang and Washington.
  • Vladimir Putin: US interferes in elections, not Russian Federation

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    The U.S. intelligence agencies who say Moscow was involved "have been misled", Putin said . Putin , who frequently took a defensive stance throughout the interview , also said reports that Russian Federation has compromising material on Trump were "just another load of nonsense".
  • Panama switches diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China

    Panama switches diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China

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    Infuriated over the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and panama , taiwan said on Tuesday it would rethink its relations with the mainland in the wake of this decision and also accused it of stoking confrontation. "The Panamanian government is today breaking its "diplomatic ties" with Taiwan, and pledges to end all relations or official contact with Taiwan", the statement read.
  • Clinging on to her job, Britain's May appoints new ministers

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    Ms May called the snap election with a view to increasing the narrow majority she had inherited from her predecessor David Cameron but her plan went disastrously wrong. ALDE group leader Guy Verhofstadt, who gained notoriety in the United Kingdom for his verbal jousting with UKIP's Nigel Farage in the European Parliament, compared the self-inflicted damage caused by former PM David Cameron's calling of the Brexit referendum with the early elections called by May.
  • Populists' surge in Italy stops in voting for Italy's mayors

    Populists' surge in Italy stops in voting for Italy's mayors

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    The political climate ahead of the vote became febrile this week after a deal on electoral reform among the main parties broke down amid bitter recriminations. 5-Star and the ruling center-left Democratic Party , led by former premier Matteo Renzi , are running neck-and-neck in national polls with around 30 percent support.
  • May's top aides resign after United Kingdom election fiasco

    May's top aides resign after United Kingdom election fiasco

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    Mr Timothy acknowledged that one of his regrets was the way the party's controversial social care reforms, dubbed a dementia tax by critics, had been handled. He said: "I am backing Theresa May ". Analysts say May's electoral debacle could reopen what had seemed largely a closed debate - both with pro-EU members of Parliament trying to take advantage of the prime minister's weakness and Euro-skeptic government ministers threatening her if she dares water down a Brexit deal.
  • Iran makes more arrests in connection with deadly Tehran attacks

    Iran makes more arrests in connection with deadly Tehran attacks

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    But Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said on Thursday that "we still can not judge that Saudi Arabia has had a role in this terrorist incident". The ministry said the men had fought for IS in Mosul , Iraq , and Raqqa, Syria , before returning to Iran last August. Documents and equipment "for carrying out terrorist operations" were also seized, the ministry said in a statement .
  • Saudi ally Bahrain demands Qatar distance itself from Iran

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    Tillerson said the blockade was "impairing United States and other worldwide business activities in the region", and had also caused inadvertent humanitarian consequences. Bahrain "stressed the necessity of Qatar's commitment to correct its policies and to engage in a transparent manner in counter-terrorism efforts", its official BNA news agency said.
  • England, Venezuela braced for big occasion

    England, Venezuela braced for big occasion

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    Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored the only goal of the game, and Newcastle keeper Freddie Woodman saved a second-half penalty to ensure that was enough. "It is not for me to tell the clubs how to do their business". But the former Crawley Town and Kilmarnock loanee, who also made his England Under-21s debut this season, says the award is about more than the goalkeeper as he paid tribute to his team-mates and his father Andy, a goalkeeping coach formerly with Newcastle and ...
  • Democratic Unionists in Northern Ireland may be election key

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    She put on a fearless face, refusing to show any contrition for the election gamble that spectacularly backfired, but observers say she has been deeply wounded. Speaking outside Number 10 Downing Street, May said: "I have just been to see the Queen, and now I will form a government, a government that can provide certainly and lead Britain forward at this uncertain time ".
  • Boris Johnson denies plot to topple UK PM Theresa May

    Boris Johnson denies plot to topple UK PM Theresa May

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    Former Finance Minister George Osborne , a rival who was sidelined by May a year ago when she took over from David Cameron , told the BBC: " Theresa May is a dead woman walking ". Theresa May's bid to do a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party to save her premiership has been plunged into uncertainty. But he has responded in typically colourful fashion, tweeting: " Mail on Sunday tripe - I am backing Theresa may ".
  • Kushner Expected to Meet With Senate Intel This Month

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    Presidential Election as well as allegations of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and high-ranking Russian officials. That did not mean, however, that Kushner is suspected of committing a crime or that the investigators intend to charge him.
  • Tapwrit wins 149th Belmont Stakes

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    Obviously the third leg of the Triple Crown always has a bit of intrigue due to the length of the race. "Unbelievable", Jose Ortiz said of his first Belmont victory. At the eighth pole, I thought we might be home free, but it's the Belmont. She was Pletcher's first Belmont victor, and he won his second in 2013 with Palace Malice, who was 12th in his Derby before awaiting the Belmont.
  • 5 things to watch: Coats, Rogers, McCabe and Rosenstein testify

    5 things to watch: Coats, Rogers, McCabe and Rosenstein testify

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    Mark Warner , the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, tried to push back on that argument, asking whether Mueller has told the witnesses they should not testify. He agreed with the former FBI director that the president saying "I hope you let this go" amounts to a directive to drop the Flynn investigation. In one of those memos, Mr Comey described a meeting in which Mr Trump asked him to drop the FBI investigation into his former national security adviser, Mike Flynn.
  • England v Australia - Eoin Morgan fired up for short-form 'Ashes' battle

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    Australia have been unfortunate in the tournament so far, having failed to get a full-match against either of their initial two opponents New Zealand and England . As Paul Farbrace , the assistant coach, put it on Thursday: "Our motivation is purely on keeping momentum going and playing well". If you know what they are going to do, you are halfway through the battle.
  • Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after United Kingdom vote

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    Both the ruling Conservative Party and the opposition Labour Party fell short of an overall majority, setting leadership adrift. A spokesman for Mrs Merkel had previously refused to be drawn on the issue out of "politeness and respect" while the process of forming a new United Kingdom government was under way.
  • Naked Florida man damages patrol car after fleeing crash

    Naked Florida man damages patrol car after fleeing crash

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    Later on, Florida Highway Patrol called the Marion County deputy, and said witnesses at the scene of the crash said when Humphries left the scene, he walked up to a vehicle parked at the MCSO South Multi-District Office, and tried to open the door.
  • McCain says his confusing questions resulted from tiredness

    McCain says his confusing questions resulted from tiredness

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    Comey five separate times said the president lied about their meetings and the reason he fired Comey . Comey said he interpreted that as a direction from the president, though not one which he was willing to obey. I think you've been cast as a hero or a villain depending on the - whose political ox is being gored at many different times during the course of the Clinton e-mail investigation, and even - even now, perhaps.
  • Rajasthan Board Class 10 Result 2017 On 8 June At 4 PM

    Rajasthan Board Class 10 Result 2017 On 8 June At 4 PM

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    The result is out. For the previous academic year, somewhere around 9.32 lakh students appeared for the Class 10 Rajasthan Board Exam. This year, approximately 60,29,252 candidates have appeared for the Class X and Class XII Board Exams and are waiting for the declaration of UP Board Results 2017 .
  • Men probing Ivanka Trump supplier in China arrested, missing

    Men probing Ivanka Trump supplier in China arrested, missing

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    One of the activists , Hua Haifeng, was arrested and accused of illegal surveillance. In the past, the worst thing Li feared was having investigators kicked out of a factory or face a short police detention . The investigators had discovered evidence that workers' rights had been violated, according to Li. The parent company is known as Huajian Group. "Ivanka's brand should immediately cease its work with this supplier, and the Trump administration should reverse its current course and ...