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Trump Attorney denies Rumors of Trump under Investigation

Later in the interview, Cuomo asked Sekulow why Trump's legal team has not directly asked Mueller whether the president is under investigation, suggesting that they are purposefully remaining ignorant on the question. Sekulow acknowledged that he could not be certain that the report was false. Peter Carr, a spokesman for the Mueller team, declined to comment. Read More »

Britain left 'sombre' by inferno: Queen


Her Majesty was accompanied in this unscheduled visit by HRH The Duke of Cambridge, the royals visited the Westway Sports Centre in White City - a place that has been a focal point for efforts to support those affected by the deadly inferno inside the Grenfell Tower block. Read More »

EU warns UK of the consequences of delaying Brexit talks


But a deadly blaze at a tower block in London could delay the announcement of any deal. "As a matter of fact in this case it's not for me to say whether or not this decision should be questioned - the decision to leave the European Union - but until the negotiations come to an end, of course there is always the possibility to reopen the door. Read More »

Weakened May begins Brexit talks

They exchanged gifts - a walking stick from Barnier's native Alps for Davis, a French mountaineer's memoir in a valuable first edition from the Briton to the Frenchman. He said it would be better to leave with no deal than to accept a "deal deliberately structured to suck the lifeblood out of the United Kingdom economy over a long period of time". Read More »

Basketball diplomacy in North Korea as U.S. student is released


Hours before Otto was scheduled to land, there was a row of reporters standing outside the airport, lined up facing the runway. Since taking office in January, U.S. 'The only comment I have is that I am very happy that he is on his way home and to encourage folks to continue to pray for Otto and his family, ' Thomas said. Read More »

Amid public outcry, City of Orlando moves Confederate statute


A time capsule was found in the disassembled statue. It's unknown what the capsule contains. Greenwood Cemetery hosts four different separate military sections: Confederate, Union, Spanish-American War and American Legion (Korea, Vietnam, World War I and World War II). Read More »

From David to Michel, a guide to top people in Brexit talks


The two chief negotiators, Michel Barnier of the European Union and David Davis from Britain, immediately set off to find common ground in their working relationship, an important touchstone to see how amicable the biggest political divorce in decades will become. Read More »

Georgia inmates save correctional officer who passed out during work detail


The correctional officer was providing security for a Polk County Sheriff's Office for a work detail in a cemetery when he went into respiratory distress. The inmates then promptly removed his outer carrier vest in order to help him cool off. "It was about a man going down and we had to help him". "They really stepped up in a time of crisis and they showed it". Read More »

Iraqi forces launch attack on Mosul's Old City

Staff Major General Maan al-Saadi, a top commander in Iraq's elite Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS), said that heavy fighting had resumed at dawn on Monday. The various Iraqi forces pushing into the Old City made modest gains, as IS fighters rained mortar fire on their positions and offered stiff resistance. Read More »

Russian Federation warns United States jets in Syria are potential targets

This weekend's fast-paced developments bring new urgency to easing escalating strains between Washington and Moscow, who are both fighting in Syria but with opposing objectives. Moscow has condemned the US downing of the Syrian government fighter jet after it dropped bombs nears USA partner forces. Russian Federation called it a "cynical" violation of the Arab country's sovereignty. Read More »

United Kingdom accepts EU's timetable for Brexit negotiations


Ms May, whose future is uncertain after she lost her Conservative majority in an election this month, has insisted that trade talks start immediately and run in parallel. Britain's political instability has caused concerns in European capitals hoping to get the negotiations over with quickly and cleanly, as has May's oft-repeated threat to walk away from the talks without a deal if necessary. Read More »

Adele pictured visiting Grenfell firefighters for 'cup of tea and cuddle'


London fire chief Dany Cotton told BBC radio that it might be "some days yet" before firefighters could say they have reached everyone in the building. The fire has led to national soul-searching about inequalities and neglect of the poor . He said residents left the meeting feeling "reassured that they were listened to", but added: "Time will tell as to whether it makes a difference". Read More »

Trump slams Ossoff, praises Handel in tweets

The 6th congressional district has been held by Newt Gingrich, Sen. Ossoff is a first-time candidate and one-time congressional aide. He added, "Vote now for Karen H". "There are many in this community, myself among them, who have deep concerns about the direction of things in Washington , about the integrity and competence of this administration", he said. Read More »

Britain bows to EU Brexit talks timetable

Both the United Kingdom and European Union are determined to avoid the return of a hard border between Northern Ireland the Republic of Ireland or anything that could undermine the Good Friday Agreement. Talks on Britain leaving the European Union began Monday with both sides saying they will focus first on an orderly withdrawal: a deal for citizens living in each other's territory, border arrangements between Ireland and the United Kingdom and the amount that Britain will pay to get out ... Read More »

52.3 per cent voters in Kogi West reportedly endorse Dino Melaye's recall


While giving the breakdown of the result per the seven local governments in the district, Yusuf said 18,374 of the total number of 35,331 registered voters in Yagba east approved the recall. Lokoja local government is said to have recorded the highest with 63, 736 (54.8%) voters recalling the senator out of 116, 296 registered voters. "To make things worse, through inducement involving cash and materials, gullible electorate were lured into the submission of their Permanent Voters' Cards, ... Read More »

EU's Michel Barnier says 'consequences are substantial' at start of Brexit talks

A year after its historic vote, Britain on Monday finally opened negotiations with the other 27 European Union nations about leaving the bloc, with the final outcome, due in 2019, as globally important as it now seems unpredictable. Asked about Tory MPs giving briefings on the leadership, Mrs May told a Downing Street press conference: "The Government is getting on with the job of delivering on the various issues and challenges that this country faces". Read More »

Trump condemns brutality of North Korea post Otto Warmbier's death


President Donald Trump issued a statement on Warmbier's death on Monday. The case is even more hard for South Korea's new liberal president Moon Jae-in, who endorses a softer approach to the North than offered by his predecessor Park Geun-hye, and suggested dialogue with the North if it halts any additional testing of nuclear bombs or missiles. Read More »

Treasure Trove of Nazi Artifacts Found in Argentina


Police are trying to determine how the artefacts entered Argentina and came to be in the room hidden behind a library in the house, she said. The artifacts include a bust relief of Adolf Hitler, Nazi-themed toys and a medical device used to measure head size. Read More »

BJP Parliamentary Board to meet to finalise president nominee

Prime Minister Narendra Modi , BJP President Amit Shah and other senior party leaders are expected to deliberate on the names for the top constitutional post. Mr Shah has rejected opposition claims that the government came without names and they want cooperation, not consensus. "But the line for the name is left blank". Read More »

BJP to declare presidential candidate on Tuesday

On the other hand, Amit Shah said that BJP is ready for mid-term polls and urged activists to strengthen the party base in Maharashtra . Shah urged Sena to offer support to presidential candidate. But the BJP is expected to contact opposition leaders once again after the name of its Presidential candidate is decided. Against the backdrop of a speculation that mid-term polls could be in offing in Maharashtra, he said Sena is not unduly anxious about the snap polls, but is more concerned ... Read More »

Stormont talks: Urgent need to restore devolution says Coveney

Jean-Claude Juncker: The European Commission president will not be directly involved in talks and his spokesman has said he is unlikely to spend more than half an hour a week on Brexit . We would have to work out what that looked like. Grainne Teggart, Campaign Manager for Amnesty International in Northern Ireland, said: "Today's results confirm what we have long known: that an overwhelming majority favour reform of our inhumane abortion laws". Read More »