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As Email Probes Continue, Clinton Could Have Security Clearance Revoked


Fox News confirmed that the U.S. State Department has opened a formal inquiry "into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides mishandled classified information while she was the nation's top diplomat ". In July 2016, former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey announced that he would not recommend charges against Clinton for conducting government business over a private email server, CNN reports. Read More »

Grenfell victims urge public to veto 'Day of Rage'

The aim of the protest is to coincide with the Queen's Speech whereby Theresa May will set out her legislative plans, including those for Brexit following the hung parliament result after the General Election earlier this month. Its page to promote the event on Facebook includes slogans such as "bring down the government" and "shut down London". The Queen's Speech will lay out the United Kingdom government's legislative agenda for the next two years in unprecedented uncertainty for ... Read More »

United States bombers fly over Korean Peninsula


Jeff Davis said. But it may come at a price - as North Korea wants to see an end to the annual joint war games between South Korean and American forces. President Donald Trump also commented on the student's treatment Tuesday, saying he thought Otto Warmbier "should have been brought home a long time ago". Read More »

Man tasered after attacking people with shoe horn at London mosque

Nine people were injured in the attack. The victims were Muslim worshippers who had gone to the mosque to pray after Iftar, the breaking of the dawn-to-dusk fast observed during the month of Ramadan. The attacks, which have left 34 dead and scores wounded, have polarized some sections of Britain, already divided over the decision to leave the European Union in a vote that was largely fueled by racist, anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim rhetoric fanned by right-leaning tabloids. Read More »

Man Tasered after incident at mosque

While there is no official confirmation of how many people have been injured, the police and the Ambulance Service have said there are a number of casualties. According to a report in The Telegraph, a witnessed said that a 48-year-old suspect had screamed "I'm going to kill all Muslims" before he was taken down. Read More »

Kushner arrives to try for Israeli-Palestinian breakthrough


The Fatah party, led by Palestinian Authority (PA) head Mahmoud Abbas , condemned the shooting deaths of the three terrorists. Kushner is now in Israel on a short visit to help assist in Mideast peace negotiations. -Sgt-Maj. Israel Police have arrested two people in connection with last Friday's murder of Border Police Staff Sgt. Hadas Malka , z'l at Damascus Gate in Jerusalem , Israel Police announced Wednesday. Read More »

US spy satellites detect activity at North Korean nuclear test site

Earlier this year, Beijing called on Pyongyang to suspend its nuclear and missile testing while calling on the U.S. to stop military exercises on and near the Korean Peninsula, which North Korea sees as a threat to its sovereignty. Corker said. "That's something we're looking at". "Since a year ago, I refrained from public activities out of concern that it could harm American and Canadian detainees in the North", Bae said in the interview. Read More »

Grenfell Tower fire: Block acquired for survivors

A show apartment at the Kensington Row development. It said the "expectation is that these new properties will be offered as one of the options to permanently rehouse residents from Grenfell Tower ". The properties will include a 24-hour concierge and a private cinema, according to the website of developer St Edward. It is not yet clear if the Grenfell residents will have access to those facilities, which are normally not available for those in affordable housing. Read More »

Confederation Cup: Germany Start With Hard-Fought Win Vs Australia

His first effort from the edge of the box was blocked, but he placed a follow-up shot under the arms of Germany goalkeeper Bernd Leno to tie the match at 1-1. "They ( Germany ) caused us problems down the left-hand side and we had to move things around after the break. It will be tough". Australia barely escaped their own half in the opening 30 minutes, but they eventually started to build some momentum. Read More »

Corbyn did not breach bowing protocol by remaining upright, officials say

Several reports sought to portray Corbyn's actions on entering the Lords alongside Theresa May ahead of the Queen's speech as deliberate disrespect to the monarch from a longtime republican. And it looked like after being caught apparently not singing the national anthem, the Labour leader was again pictured today betraying his anti-monarchist principles. Read More »

Driver of van attack on London mosque was born in Singapore

Witnesses have described hearing the van driver, who was detained by members of the public at the scene, saying he had wanted to kill Muslims . Pedestrians were targeted by an attacker driving a van early on Monday, with one man pronounced dead at the scene and nine taken to hospital. Read More »

United States shoots down pro-Assad drone in Syria


The US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State (IS) group says it has shot down an armed pro-Syrian regime drone that had been bearing down on its forces in Syria's south-east. The pro-government forces are not fighting the battle for Raqqa , but they have been making ground against IS in the surrounding area, south-west of the city. Read More »

Republican Karen Handel wins key Georgia election

April 3, 2017. But despite Democrats spending millions of dollars on the campaign, the Republican candidate comfortably won the district in an affluent suburb of Atlanta, raising questions about the Democrats' ability to win seats in next year's mid-term elections . Read More »

United States shoots down Iranian drone in Syria

Australia on Tuesday suspended its airstrikes against IS targets in Syria as a precaution, after Russian Federation announced it was suspending the hotline and warned the us -led coalition not to fly over Syrian army positions west of the Euphrates River. Read More »

Saudi Arabia bloc issues terror list of groups, people linked to Qatar


He also rejected "a military solution as an option" to resolving the crisis, and said Qatar could survive "forever" despite the measures taken against it. The Gulf crisis has sparked fears of military escalation in an already volatile region. The Pentagon said the situation in Qatar is having an impact on planning efforts. Read More »

Trump Jr. touts Handel as Georgia's first GOP woman

Handel's margin allows Republicans a sigh of relief after what's being recognized as the most expensive House race in U.S history, with a price tag that may exceed $50 million. Komen (Handel has long since denied such accusations, calling the fight against breast cancer her "No. 1 priority"). Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff by more than four percentage points and Ossoff failed to reach the 48% mark that he topped in the initial round of voting. Read More »

Man who shot congressman a Sunders supporter


Officers shot Hodgkinson, who later died. Sue Hodgkinson said she was informed of her husband's involvement when a reporter from ABC news called just hours after the attack. "I can't wrap my head around it, OK?" "I feel terrible", Suzanne Hodgkinson told a group of reporters. The rifles are widely available at US gun stores and are affordable, compared with other semiautomatic weapons such as the AR-15 family of rifles. Read More »

Took 'unremitting' efforts in N Korea issue: China replies to Trump tweet

The US regularly conducts "assurance and deterrence" bomber flights with its military partners in the region, but the drills are often criticized by North Korea as provocative acts. citizens detained by Pyongyang to be freed as soon as possible, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday. US President Donald Trump has admitted that China has not succeeded in getting North Korea to curb its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes. Read More »

Israeli troops shoot, kill Palestinian who tried to stab them -army

A White House official told Reuters that Kushner and Greenblatt will figure out the next steps in the process from their meetings with regional leadership. But Israel has continued to provide limited power to Gaza, paid for by the Palestinians, to prevent a humanitarian crisis on its doorstep and out of concern that more instability could lead to renewed fighting. Read More »

Tropical storm churns in Gulf

The center of Cindy will likely intersect land in Texas, but due to environmental wind shear, the system is lopsided. Life-threatening flash flooding may occur. However, residents all along the Gulf Coast are being urged not to focus on the exact track of the storm. "Even if there isn't flooding in the Golden Triangle area, check the weather before going out". Read More »

MTA bus rolls away in Bushwick, crashes at church


There were no passengers aboard at the time, and the female bus driver was seen leaving the bus moments before it rolled away. "My van is damaged completely", said Pastor Jose Quintana, of the Iglesia Pentecostal Church across the street from St. Read More »