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Vettel 'disgraced himself', says furious Hamilton

LANCE Stroll says his first Formula 1 podium has not yet sunk in. If Sebastian Vettel goes to the British Grand Prix still leading the world championship from Hamilton next month, he can expect the coldest of welcomes from a British crowd in uproar over the German's petulant barging that recalled the worst of times in a sport littered with infamy. Read More »

Finsbury Park terror attack victim dies


Mr Ali came to the United Kingdom from Bangladesh when he was 10-years-old, he regularly attended the mosque in Finsbury Park and also enjoyed visiting the park with his grandchildren. Suspect Darren Osborne , 47, was arrested on several counts, including the preparation or instigation of terrorism. 'We are distressed about what happened. Read More »

UK Conservatives, N Ireland party strike deal


Mrs Foster said she was "delighted" an arrangement had been agreed. News that the deal has been confirmed immediately sparked calls for other parts of the United Kingdom to receive a similar boost in funding. "The agreement makes clear that we remain steadfast to our commitments as set out in the Belfast Agreement and its successors, and in governing in the interests of all parts of the community in Northern Ireland", said Mrs May. Read More »

UP CM Adityanath greets people on Eid ul-Fitr

Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam, was celebrated in the White House under Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations. Following the announcement, people hit the street for last minute shopping of groceries, new clothes, footwear and other items for celebrating Eid . Read More »

Turkish troops head to Qatar as diplomatic row deepens

He said that while Qatar would likely not meet every demand , it could conceivably make concessions that partially satisfied the points - for example, agreeing that Al Jazeera would adopt certain editorial lines, or expelling leaders of Islamist groups that Saudi Arabia and its allies took issue with. Read More »

Professor: Otto Warmbier got 'what he deserved'

The state-run media in North Korea denied that they treated Warmbier cruelly, and the regime led by Dictator Kim Jong-Un stated that Warmbier's coma was caused by a combination of botulism and a sleeping pill - a claim that his parents have rejected . Read More »

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets nation on Eid

The Vice President in his message said, "Id-ul-Fitr marks the culmination of the holy month of Ramzan and signifies the traditional expression of brotherhood and understanding between people". Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena says the Muslim religious holiday of Eid al-Fitr has such meaningful vision that addresses the common humanity by exceeding the religious limitations. Read More »

Trump Slams 'Phony Story' on Obstruction: 'Witch Hunt'

The probe is being led by special counsel Robert Mueller , who was appointed by Rosenstein . Former FBI Director James Comey , who testified under oath before Congress last week, indicated that he told Trump on multiple occasions that he personally was not under investigation during the Russian Federation probe. Read More »

US Supreme Court revives parts of Trump travel ban order

Updated at 10:42: The Supreme Court will allow part of the travel ban to take effect; some immigrants will be banned from entering the country. The Trump administration believes the Supreme Court is its best hope of having this policy upheld after two lower courts blocked, it saying it's likely unconstitutional. Read More »

Tillerson: US committed to 'One China' policy, also Taiwan


The official went on to emphasize that "the Palestinian Authority continues to praise, incite and encourage terrorism with these payments". Relevant to your professional network? U.S. Tillerson rejected that notion, saying "there are countries that we've had to withdraw support and, again, these are some of the hard choices that I've mentioned". Read More »

Promotion of Mohammed bin Salman dubbed 'soft coup' by Iran


The move wasn't totally unanticipated as a possibility, but has far-reaching consequences. Bloomberg News reported that calculations by HSBC Holdings Plc predicting the kingdom's shares could see inflows of around $9 billion next year if the MSCI grants emerging market classification. Read More »

Eid celebration in various parts of world

Mr Trump has previously been criticised for his use of anti-Muslim rhetoric, including on the campaign trail when he called for surveillance of U.S. mosques. The national flag of the country was hoisted atop government and non-government offices on the Eid day while the main streets in the capital were decorated with flags imprinted with "Eid Mubarak", meaning "blessed festival" or "May you enjoy a blessed festival". Read More »

May's Conservatives sign power deal with Northern Ireland's DUP

And she used that word again today, saying that the new agreement with the DUP will "give us the certainty we require as we embark on our departure from the European Union, and help us build a stronger and fairer society at home". In addition, due to the importance of agriculture to Northern Ireland, May has promised to make agriculture a "central policy area" during the Brexit negotiations. Read More »

PM Modi greets people on Eid, calls for peace and brotherhood


A message of friendship across religions is our honest wish to one and all, Muslims and non-Muslims, and we are happy to recall this message on the occasion of the end of Ramadan and the celebration of the Eid . The White House issued a statement on late Saturday evening. The annual White House dinners were usually attended by some prominent members of the Muslim community. Read More »

Hopes dim in search for 118 buried by China landslide


Heavy rains that hit the region in recent days triggered the landslide , burying the village under several tonnes of rock. Meanwhile nearly 100 people remain missing after the huge landslide buried homes in Xinmo and hopes of finding survivors are fading. Read More »

Top Democrat says health bill will kill 'hundreds of thousands'


Fox News aired a pre-recorded interview with President Trump on "Fox and Friends" Sunday morning which covered a number of topics, including the recently released Senate health care bill. "What I'm telling you is the system, the plan that we would put in place, would not allow individuals to fall through the cracks", Price told CNN's Dana Bash. Read More »

DUP and Tories agree government deal

May was forced to seek their support after her Conservative Party's majority was wiped out in an election earlier this month. Former PM Sir John Major warned that a formal association with the DUP could undermine attempts to restore power-sharing government in Northern Ireland while some MPs said the DUP's socially conservative stance on issues such as gay marriage and abortion could damage the party in the longer term. Read More »

S. Koreans march to protest USA missile defence system

Just days after reports surfaced the US and South Korea would discuss North Korea's demands in order to end its nuclear program, Pyongyang's state media said Sunday its "self-defensive nuclear deterrent force is never subject to any kind of negotiations ". Read More »

100000 turn out for the end of Ramadan

Bush bows his head during a prayer during an Iftar dinner with ambassadors and Muslim leaders on September 17, 2008. The first-ever White House event to mark Ramadan was held by President Thomas Jefferson in 1805 for a Tunisian envoy. Read More »

Victim tweets about moment acid was thrown in her face


A young woman has told of the horror of having acid thrown in her face as she prepared to celebrate her 21 birthday. Khan went on to say that her cousin tried to get the auto away from the perpetrator, but the vehicle crashed. They have since been transferred to a specialist burns unit, but police say their injuries are " life changing ". Pictured 21 year old United Kingdom woman, Resham Khan who endured a random acid attack . Read More »

Glo greets Muslims on Eid-el-Fitri


The White House did not host an Iftar dinner to commemorate Ramadan , the Islamic holy month of fasting, for the first time in almost two decades. In recent weeks, several former White House staff members told The Post they would usually begin planning an iftar "months in advance" and didn't anticipate the Trump White House could pull something off before the end of Ramadan. Read More »

Facing competing Brexit demands, PM May nears deal with Northern Irish 'kingmakers'


British Prime Minister Theresa May is in for a hard Tuesday as she is due to hold talks with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party to secure an informal alliance before meeting French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris. She will have to manage conflicting demands from within her own party, including a proposal for business groups and lawmakers from all parties to agree a national position for Britain's most complex negotiations since World War Two. Read More »

15 missing after tourist boat sinking in Colombia

Moncada said that 99 people were rescued immediately and another 40 managed to find shore on their own and were in good health. A major rescue operation is now under way. Survivors described hearing a loud explosion near the men's bathroom that knocked out power a few minutes after the boat began its cruise around the giant lake. Read More »