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Trump goes on the attack after Comey testimony

When a reporter asked about Comey, Trump again said he never asked for the Justice Department's Russian Federation probe to be dropped - an act that experts say could constitute an obstruction of justice . Trump said he is "100 per cent" willing to testify under oath on Comey meetings and tell the FBI Special Consul Robert Muller that he never asked FBI to stop investigating. Read More »

Merkel assumes United Kingdom to stick with its Brexit talks plan after election


Now with the anniversary of Britain's landmark June 23 Brexit vote looming and still no serious negotiations underway, many European Union nations and top officials have had enough. The decision of Britain to leave was a shocking and cathartic moment in the 60-year history of the bloc, whose member states want to keep Britain as a close partner once it is out. Read More »

I would speak under oath on Comey

Disseminating unclassified information is generally not considered leaking , CNN said , and Mr Trump did not assert executive privilege over Mr Comey's testimony . "I didn't say that", Mr Trump told reporters when asked about Mr Comey's account relating to the investigation into Mr Flynn. Dershowitz said he finds it incredible that the media didn't quote the most relevant part of Comey's testimony which is when he said the President under the Constitution has the authority to end the ... Read More »

Britain, EU fail to agree Brexit talks start date


Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May will meet with a Northern Ireland-based party to see if they can together push through the Conservative Party's agenda after a disastrous snap election left her short of a majority in Parliament. While prior to the election Corbyn was locked in long-term infighting with many of his own MPs, Labour's gains in Thursday's election on the back of the youth vote, despite the party coming second, will probably encourage dissenters to get behind him - for ... Read More »

South Korean military: Suspected DPRK drone spies on THAAD site


But he slammed a subsequent missile launch as a "reckless provocation". South Korea has repeatedly accused the North of flying suspected spy drones across the tense border. Kim Hyun-bin, Arirang News. However, the funding was cut previous year amid concerns money was being funnelled into Pyongyang's increased militarisation. Read More »

Ireland boost prospects with Austria draw but Serbia equaliser dents Wales hopes

Serbia have won three matches against Moldova, Austria, and Georgia. The visitors begun the clash the better of the two sides despite the scrappy opening in front of a passionate Serbian crowd. The Newcastle United striker slotted past Wayne Hennessey easily, scoring his second equaliser against Wales during this campaign. In turn, the national teams of Wales also has a good structure, which includes in particular, Aaron Remzi and Garet Beyl. Read More »

Sarfraz the hero as Pakistan squeeze into Champions Trophy semis

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has vowed to go on the offensive against England in the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy after they secured their progress with victory over Sri Lanka yesterday/on Monday. Sarfraz pleaded guilty to the offence and accepted the proposed sanction, so a formal hearing was not required. Earlier, Pakistan induced a middle-order collapse as Sri Lanka slumped to 236 all out. Read More »

DUP head arrives for talks with UK leader May


She told the influential 1922 Committee of backbench MPs that she had got the party into " this mess " by calling the snap election , but she would " get us out of it ". " But we do want to do so in the national interest to give stability to the government and that's why we will be entering these negotiations ". But Ruth Davidson , the pro-EU leader of the Conservatives in Scotland, called on May to "reopen" the government's Brexit plans. Read More »

Trump is willing to testify under oath on Comey

The committee also has asked Comey for any notes or memos that he has which would detail the handful of discussions he had with Trump. Mr Trump tweeted in his first comments since the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing yesterday . "I hardly know [Comey]". The former Federal Bureau of Investigation director said he publicly disclosed memos about his meeting with Trump because he felt the White House may deceive the public about the nature of the meetings and Comey's firing. Read More »

Where things stand and what comes next — Travel ban


But the judges said the government was allowed to review the vetting process for people entering the USA - something the earlier Hawaii ruling had blocked. It further decreased the number of refugees to 50,000 for the fiscal year 2017, which was otherwise 110,000. His administration believes at this time it is hard to verify people entering the United States from the six countries - Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Read More »

Trump friend: Mueller 'illegitimate as special counsel'

Justice Department regulations show the President does not have direct power to sack a special counsel, but the Attorney-General does, meaning Mr Trump could simply order acting Attorney-General Rod Rosenstein to sack Mr Mueller instead. It would be one man's word against the other. Given that kind of support, a Democratic lawmaker, Ted Lieu, taunted the White House over the Mueller-firing chatter: "Double dare exists. Read More »

Global Industrial Computer Market Research Report 2017-2021 Growth, Trends, Forecast


The report predicts that the global market for digital certificates and public key infrastructure will grow at an exponential CAGR of 23.60% between 2017 and 2025. The report incorporates in-depth analysis of the Industry growth drivers as well as the inhibiting factors in the Four Wheel Alignment Market. It focuses on emerging and high-growth segments, and high-growth regions. Read More »

UK's Theresa May holds talks to seal government alliance

Democratic Unionist Party (DUP ) leader Arlene Foster and deputy leader Nigel Dodds speak to the media at Stormont Castle ahead of talks aimed at restoring powersharing in Northern Ireland, in in Belfast, Monday, June 12, 2017. Meanwhile, the Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said the priority of Brexit talks should be the economy and free trade and that other parties should be involved in negotiations. Read More »

Turkey Sends Food To Qatar As Blockade Continues


He also criticized Saudi Arabia and the UAE, both members of ICAO's governing council, for shutting down the airline's offices. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is meeting officials from several Gulf countries this week, and is urging his counterparts to take immediate steps to de-escalate the current tensions and find a rapid resolution through mediation. Read More »

Sri Lankan brothers join Pakistan's celebrations

Although we have seen the Super Over coming into play quite a few times in the Indian Premier League and other T20 internationals, no ODI has ever gone into the Super Overs as of yet. But an inspired display from Sarfraz, who showed all the qualities a captain needs in a situation like the one he entered, ripped any ideas of a Sri Lankan win away. Read More »

I'll never run for public office: Oprah Winfrey


Winfrey responded during his campaign, however, that she supported Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton . In the past, Donald has said that Oprah would be his ideal running mate. Plus, the talk show host's BFF Gayle King would be the flawless running mate. He said having her on his party would be an easy victory. "I would bet my first, second-born and any unborn children to come, that ain't never happening". Read More »

United Nations rules Irish abortion laws violated woman's human rights

The committee was ruling on the case of Siobhán Whelan , who was told she couldn't have an abortion when she found out the baby she was carrying had a fatal foetal impairment in 2010. She made the decision not to continue with the pregnancy, yet because Ireland outlaws abortion in nearly all circumstances, except where the life of a pregnant woman is at risk, she was prohibited from accessing abortion services in Ireland. Read More »

Theresa May pressured to resign after British election disaster


With all 650 seats declared, the Conservatives had won 318 seats, the Labour Party had 262 seats, followed by the pro-independence Scottish National Party on 34. " Time for everyone to regroup". Among the casualties was Alex Salmond, a former first minister of Scotland and one of the party's highest-profile lawmakers. Read More »

Students not involved in altering pro-Trump photos


Dyer, the superintendent, previously said in a statement , "Two parents have notified the school district of ways in which the attire of their children was altered in yearbook photos". "The actions of the staff involved will be addressed as soon as the investigation is concluded". Janet Dobrovich-Fago, the mother of the siblings whose photos were apparently altered, told that she is outraged by the edits. Read More »

Iran's Khamenei Says Attacks Will Fan Hatred Toward US, Saudi Arabia


In an interview Wednesday with Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency , IRGC Deputy Head of Intelligence Mohammad Hossein Nejat pointed out that the massacre, which ISIS has claimed, came just weeks after President Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia and Israel to pledge more stringent measures against Iran. Read More »

Final arguments set in trial of Minnesota cop charged in fatal shooting

St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez is charged with second-degree manslaughter and two counts of unsafe discharge of a firearm, all felonies. Ramsey County Attorney John Choi announced the charges against Yanez in November, saying that "no reasonable officer knowing, seeing and hearing what Officer Yanez did at the time would have used deadly force under these circumstances". Read More »

Needle Moving Activity Spotted in Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO)


The rating was maintained by Janney Capital on Tuesday, August 4 with "Neutral". On Sunday, August 9 the stock rating was maintained by Mizuho with "Hold". ATR remains at 0.52 while Beta component of the stock stands at 1.24. A number of other hedge funds and other institutional investors have also recently added to or reduced their stakes in CSCO . Read More »

Germany prepared for Brexit negotiations - Merkel

We want to do this quickly, respecting the calendar. "We are ready for the negotiations". "They (the European member states) have their own interests, so it is important that we have the option if it comes down to it, I don't think it will, but if it comes down to it, to be able to walk away". Read More »