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Macron was warned about Trump's awkwardly aggressive handshake before their meeting

A French official told CNN near the end of the G-7 summit that the two had gotten along well and that Trump had told Macron after the French election that he hadn't supported Le Pen. Below is a video on YouTube from CNN News showing some of the different handshakes that Trump has exhibited in the past. Nevertheless, war has been synonymous with Trump's administration - and shame on you to think that the battle of the handshake would end in such fashion that would have him lose. Read More »

SC stays Madras HC order over publishing NEET 2017 results


Keeping the urgency of the result in mind and the starting of counselling sessions for successful candidates in mind, the apex court has stayed the Madras High Court order. The NEET exam was conducted on May 7. Any challenge to the responses of OMR sheet and answers prepared by CBSE will have to accompany by Rs 1000 per response/per question as a fees. Read More »

Qatar vows no surrender in Gulf crisis as US, Kuwait seek solution

Qatar has yet to receive any list of demands from the Arab countries that have cut ties, Sheikh Mohammed said. President Trump on Friday took clear sides in the growing conflict in the Middle East, accusing Qatar of funding terrorism "at a very high level", and said solving the problem in the tiny Persian Gulf nation could be "the beginning of the end of terrorism". Read More »

DUP leader says talks with Conservatives 'positive'

She mocked Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , a socialist, as incompetent and unrealistic, but his electoral campaign energised the youth vote and wiped out the Conservatives' majority in parliament. "I expect more uncertainty now". London's neutrality is key to the delicate balance of power in Northern Ireland, which was once plagued by violence over Britain's control of the province. Read More »

Qatar begins shipping cargo through Oman to bypass Gulf rift

Currently, Kuwait is a mediator in resolving the Qatar crisis . In fact, the USA has its largest Middle East military base in Qatar , and regularly launches airstrikes from there against targets in Syria and Iraq. The president also praised Qatar for fighting terrorism , its government said . The nation's capital, Doha , is a major global travel hub, but flagship carrier Qatar Airways now flies increasingly over Iran and Turkey after being blocked elsewhere in the Middle East. Read More »

Gove has a lot to prove on the environment — Greenpeace

Michael Gove has been welcomed back into the Cabinet after a year out in the wilderness, replacing Andrea Leadsom as Environment secretary. Mrs May is trying to shore up support after the Conservatives' humiliating result in the snap general election on Thursday, when they lost 12 seats and their Commons majority. Read More »

Trump to host Indian PM Modi at White House in late June


A source told DH that Modi would nudge Trump to take a hard-line stand on cross-border terror emanating from Pakistan and hitting not only India but also Afghanistan. The meeting is going to be the first top-level engagement between India and the USA after the new administration took over in Washington . Currently, Indian immigrants represent the second-largest origin group in the U.S., nearly 4.7% of the total foreign-born population. Read More »

Clinging to job, May appoints ministers

At time of writing, May is struggling to form a coalition with the support of 10 hard-line representatives of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party . After the voting, Corbyn called on May to resign . The Times of London said in an editorial that "the election appears to have been, among other things, a rejection of the vague but harshly worded prospectus for Brexit for which Mrs". Read More »

Daughter of Ex-S. Korean President's Associate Arrested on Plane to Seoul


Chung Yoo-ra, who has been hiding in Denmark, avoiding months of summons by Korean prosecutors, has been repatriated for investigation after being arrested by Danish authorities in January. Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee has been detained and accused of pledging bribes to a company and organizations tied to Chung's mother, including Samsung's financial sponsorship of her equestrian career. Read More »

Comey says he does not know what 'that thing' was


Comey's explanation was that the Clinton investigation ran its course while the Trump investigation had barely started when Trump fired him . "As we were ready to receive her, I saw the other motorcade coming in - we were like, 'great timing, '" the source said. Read More »

May asks Queen to form new government

She became prime minister through a Conservative Party leadership contest when her predecessor, David Cameron , resigned after voters backed leaving the EU . Not only has the vote weakened her negotiating position with the E.U., Tony Travers, an elections expert at LSE tells TIME , she will find herself with have a weak hand in Parliament. Read More »

Senate Intel Committee plans to interview Kushner

According to Comey, Trump asked him to let go of the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who had been fired after it was revealed he lied to Vice President Mike Pence about conversations with Kislyak. Kushner met him as one of several representatives of major United States banks and businesses, Reuters said. Mr. Mueller, who was appointed last month, will meet with committee Chairman Richard Burr, North Carolina Republican, and ranking Democrat Sen. Read More »

Indian-origin gay minister Leo Varadkar becomes Ireland PM

Then the minister of health, he joined several other openly gay Irish politicians in backing the Marriage Equality Bill allowing same-sex couples to Wednesday. Varadkar confirmed as Mr. Kenny's successor. His confirmation as Taoiseach - Ireland's prime minister - would come when the lower house of parliament resumes after a break on June 13. Read More »

Iran's Supreme Leader: Attacks Will Increase Hatred of US, Saudis

Although the United States military is also fighting ISIS in Syria, as well as Iraq, President Donald Trump said in response to the attacks in Iran that the country is reaping what it sows. State TV broadcast the ceremony live. Iranian forces have claimed that numerous people have been arrested in connection with the deadly events. Previously, ISIS has carried out multiple attacks in Saudi Arabia. Read More »

Canadian GP: Hamilton takes 65th pole position, equals Senna's record


Vettel wound up third fastest behind Raikkonen and Hamilton as Ferrari and Mercedes traded fastest laps in a closely-fought day's action at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve . "I am not so happy with my last run in qualifying". I think I probably pushed a little bit too hard in Turn 2 [on my final run] and then tried to catch-up. Read More »

Secret Service: We don't have Trump tapes


The US Secret Service reportedly has no audio tapes from Donald Trump's White House, but questions remain about whether another entity or person recorded conversations between the President and former FBI Director James Comey. "I'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the very near future". Since then, the White House has refused to clarify whether such tapes exist. The agency, which handled White House recording systems for former presidents like Richard Nixon, said it has no recordings ... Read More »

Trump's legal team to file complaint on Comey

The snub came just 24 hours after Comey told a Senate panel that an anonymously-sourced Times report from mid-February was false. Asked by a reporter if he had told Comey to drop the investigation into former national security advisor Flynn, Trump said , " I didn't say that ". Read More »

Struggling model found dead in her house


The house was in a disarray, which has led to the suspicion of murder. The only other possibility is that she might have committed suicide by consuming a poisonous substance, but nothing to substantiate this was found near her body either. The 23 years old aspiring model travelled to the dream city Mumbai all the way from Haridwar to become an actress, however, the fate has something else for her. Read More »

UK Leader Theresa May To Form a New Government

Trump has been supportive of the U.K.'s referendum vote to leave the European Union, calling it as a "good thing" in an interview with the British newspaper The Times in January. Defending her party's stance on gay marriage in a recent interview, leader Arlene Foster insisted those who characterised the DUP as anti-gay were wide of the mark. Read More »

Khaplang was keen for dialogue with Indian govt


Rijiju also contended that the death of Khaplang will also affect other militant outfits from the northeast, now sheltering in Myanmar. Reports said he died at 8.05 pm at Taga in Sagaing division of Myanmar. Various Naga political groups, Lok Sabha MP Neiphiu Rio, Naga tribal organisations and political parties in the state have mourned Khaplang's death. Read More »

Oil edges up on Saudi pledge to make real supply cuts

As far as WTI crude is concerned, oversold conditions could trigger a short-covering rally today if the buying is strong enough to take out Thursday's and Friday's highs at $46.18. Adding to troubling revelations such as Libya contributing almost triple the volume of crude to global markets compared with previous year is that Nigeria has over 60 million barrels of unsold crude, according to traders of its oil. Read More »

Glenn Whelan could leave Stoke, says club chairman


Now, Stoke chairman Peter Coates has told the Daily Mail that the club wouldn't want to stand in Whelan's way should he want to leave, and he believes that a deal is still possible despite rejecting Villa's first offer. Whelan penned a contract extension with Stoke last summer but is now looking to leave the club and take on a new challenge at Championship side Villa. Read More »

Theresa May's Chiefs of Staff Resign After Election Results

A survey by long-standing Tory supporter Lord Michael Ashcroft on 8 June revealed huge numbers of people who voted Labour only made up their minds to do so in the last weeks and days beforehand. Considered to be the second recent failed gamble by a Conservative PM, the year after David Cameron lost the Brexit referendum , the UK General Election results have brought the nation to a standstill. Read More »

North Haven Dollar Tree Struck by 'Grandpa Bandit'


He robbed at least seven discount stores during the month of May alone, all at gunpoint. The man sparked the stun gun and forced the store's two female employees into an office before emptying the registers and a store safe. The suspect is described as a man with short white hair and a mustache, between 5-foot-10 and six-foot, weighing around 200 pounds. The FBI says he is armed and risky. Read More »

Theresa May to 'reflect' after losing majority in Parliament

At time of writing, May is struggling to form a coalition with the support of 10 hard-line representatives of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party . After confirming on Friday that her top five ministers, including Chancellor Philip Hammond, would keep their jobs, May was expected to appoint a team that will take on one of the most demanding negotiations in British history. Read More »