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Several arrests made at anti-Shariah rallies

Brigitte Tudor, better known as Brigitte Gabriel , founded ACT for America in 2007 at a time when an anti-Muslim movement in America was gaining momentum, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center , which monitors activist groups. Although there haven't been many arrests, there have been clashes between Antifa and March Against Sharia protesters, according to reports. Nearby, pro-Muslim demonstrators were also taking a stand. Read More »

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Statistical preview for India-South Africa clash


Former Sri Lankan captain Sangakkara, a commentator at the ongoing Champions Trophy , talked highly of Sri Lankan youngsters Danushka Gunathilaka , the two Kusals - Mendis and Pereira - and Asela Gunaratne. "You have to give credit to the opposition as well. We are not invincible ", Kohli said at the post-match media conference in London on Thursday. Read More »

MP CM Chouhan doing 'political drama' to gain people's sympathy: Congress

When journalists sought his reaction over the killing of the farmers, Radha Mohan Singh advised them not to bother but to practise yoga. He slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the problems being faced by the farmers, evoking a sharp response from the BJP which termed his visit to Mandsaur as a "photo opportunity". Read More »

Theresa May to form a Government with DUP Alliance

Former Ulster Unionist Party leader Lord Empey warned Theresa May that she should get feedback from her MPs before entering into an arrangement with the DUP. Theresa May therefore remains Prime Minister despite criticism about the Conservative Party's campaign. Some will remember the DUP as the party led by firebrand unionist preacher Ian Paisley through the 1990s. Read More »

Trump says Comey not telling truth, willing to respond under oath


If that seems familiar, it should. Here's how this works in the case of Comey. During Thursday's hearing, Donald Trump was unusually silent on social media, even as Mr Comey accused his administration of spreading lies. But Trump Jr, who along with his brother Eric is running their father's former company, has said he does not discuss the details of politics or their business with the president. Read More »

Apple iOS 11's screen capture feature could be nightmare for Snapchat users


The recent WWDC event exhibited the latest iOS 11 operating system for your Apple device (s). To make WinX MediaTrans an all-in-one iPhone/iPad manager, they also add video/audio conversion (convert video to MP4, convert audio to AAC/MP3 when transferred to iOS devices), free iPhone ringtone making, music/playlist editing and more functions to the program. Read More »

Apple Is Trying to Make Augmented Reality a Reality


Key updates to the OS include; a new customisable dock, better multitasking, a new Files app, multi-touch drag and drop, and deeper OS integration with Apple Pencil. The HomePod will be available in December. This is all about the new iMac Pro which is introduced by Apple in the WWDC 2017. The Pro seems to be designed specifically with virtual reality (VR) and heavy graphics rendering workloads in mind, much of which will be powered by the new Radeon Pro Vega GPU. Read More »

May finalises cabinet amid minority government talks with DUP

One exiled Labour rising star, Chuka Umunna, said he would like to return to the shadow cabinet, admitting he had changed his mind about Mr Corbyn, because of the election result. May called an election three years ahead of schedule, at a time when her party was well ahead in the polls. Until the final results become clear, it is hard to predict who will form the next government. Read More »

Trump accuses Comey of felony perjury in congressional testimony


US House and Senate investigators have requested former FBI Director James Comey's memos of his private discussions with President Donald Trump and any records the White House kept of their discussion including audio recordings. "Who would do that?" If it finds evidence of illegal activity, the inspector general's office can present the case to prosecutors, who would decide whether to proceed with a criminal case. Read More »

President Trump's Attorney Will File Complaint Against James Comey

To most viewers, including the senators on the committee, Comey portrayed himself as extremely credible. If that seems familiar, it should. At one point he practically dared Trump to release any recordings of their conversations, a prospect the president once alluded to in a tweet . Read More »

Theresa May FINALLY says she's SORRY after general election shock

Given May's diminished state, many in the European Union are wondering how long she will be leading the country and - by extension - guiding the Brexit negotiations. May on Friday resisted calls to quit - calls that came even from senior figures in her party. Mrs May needs support in Parliament because the Queen's Speech setting out the Government's programme is due on June 19, with a crucial vote on it expected after a few days' debate. Read More »

Diminished May forms minority govt after poll throws up hung parliament


The campaign began with a clear lead for May and the Conservatives , reinforcing a perception that Labour's Jeremy Corbyn was too left-wing to attract widespread support. A record 51 elected members are from ethnic minorities, including several of South Asian descent, and Britain now has its first member of parliament of Palestinian descent, Layla Moran. Read More »

Look out Alexa: Apple announces 'HomePod,' a smart home audio speaker


That company offers a similar wireless multi-speaker system for listening to music throughout the home , similar to HomePod's ability to chain together multiple speakers. Apple is yet to reveal what it will cost in the United Kingdom, but we expect to see it price around £300. Apple wanted its speaker's audio performance to be top-of-the-line. Read More »

The best cases for Apple's new 10.5-inch iPad Pro


Yes, thanks to HomeKit, it will offer all of the Smart Home functionality that is available via an iPhone or iPad. This works well enough, but sometimes it's not readily apparent what conversations are using up more than their fair share of storage. Read More »

Apple May Open Up NFC Chip - But Not To Banks


At the event, Apple also introduced the new Files app, a file management tool that works across different apps. When their operating system upgrades in the fall to iOS 11 , the new feature will automatically appear in Apple messages . Read More »

DUP to support minority Tory government after 'confidence and supply' deal reached

Downing St. says the Cabinet will discuss the agreement Monday. As the party with the most seats and votes "it will be incumbent on us to ensure that we have that period of stability and that is exactly what we will do". "What the country needs now is certainty", she said. "May sought a mandate". The protest moved to outside the gates of Downing Street, where they were met by a wall of uniformed police officers, as bemused tourists posed for selfies nearby. Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn enjoys kickabout as politics takes a backseat


The party said Saturday that Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill have quit. "It appears clear they were determined this time to make a difference and vote". May "is in a very hard place. she now has to obviously consider her position". The proposal will be considered by the DUP when senior party members meet later this morning. Read More »

Trump Calls on Qatar to Cease Funding Terror

Despite Mr Tillerson's plea for "no further escalation", Mr Trump's sharp comments are likely to further embolden Saudi Arabia and others in their bid to isolate Qatar . "It could force Qatar to abandon its foreign policy objectives - or it could convince Qatar that it's surrounded by bullies and the US won't protect it and a closer alliance with Turkey and Iran could guarantee its long-term viability", Kamel said. Read More »

May to form government with help of Democratic Unionist party

A show of strength in the House is not sufficient to ensure that the Conservative Party forms the next government. Despite what the whole world recognizes as a horrific performance in yesterday's general election, which she called to strengthen her government, it seems Theresa May will hang onto 10 Downing Street for the time being thanks to the support of the ten parliamentary representatives of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party . Read More »

British prime minister names new chief of staff

A shock result in Britain's snap general election has resulted in a hung parliament in a major blow to Theresa May who wanted to boost the Conservatives majority in parliament. He went onto add that: "We recognised at the time that we had something special, we had a promise... that resonated with [our] voters". "I'm afraid we ran a pretty terrible campaign", Soubry said. Read More »

Sudan won't take sides in Gulf dispute

In this photo released by Emirates News Agency, WAM, the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, right, is received by UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai , Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, to hold. Read More »

House Intelligence Committee asks White House for any Comey tapes

Feinstein's letter came a day after former FBI Director James Comey testified before the intelligence committee about his conversations with Trump . Trump first alluded to the so-called " tapes " in a May 12 tweet , following Comey's claim of written memos on his personal meetings with the president. Read More »

PM Theresa May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco

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. A senior Conservative lawmaker was in Belfast on Saturday for talks with the DUP, a spokeswoman for May's office said. "I didn't know who the DUP were, I had to Google them, as many people no doubt in this country would have had to Google them". Read More »

Erdogan Calls for Qatar Row to be Resolved by End of Ramadan


The ambassador left open the prospect of compromise, saying "We are courageous enough to acknowledge if things need to be amended". Turkey has also pledged to provide food and water supplies to Qatar. Kuwait's ruler, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber al-Sabah, travelled from the UAE to Qatar on Wednesday after visiting Saudi Arabia the day before to try to resolve the crisis. Read More »

Qatar foreign minister: No one has 'right to blockade my country'

Fitch Ratings puts Qatar at AA. And in a separate statement issued on Friday, the United Arab Emirates praised Trump's "leadership in challenging Qatar's troubling support for extremism". But Trump said that he, Tillerson and military leaders had decided during Trump's trip to Saudi Arabia last month that a public rebuke was needed. Despite Tillerson's plea for "no further escalation", Trump's sharp comments were likely to further embolden Saudi Arabia and the others in their bid to ... Read More »

In Cincinnati Trump calls on Democrats to help rebuild USA infrastructure

Tuesday, insurer Anthem announced it plans to leave the OH marketplace next year. Trump remained mostly on-script during the speech, though he veered away at times to take shots at "obstructionist" Democrats and praise himself for actions such as greenlighting the last section of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline. Read More »

Bill Cosby accuser rejects claim of romantic relationship

She previously testified that Cosby made sexual advances that night, which she said she rebuffed. The veteran legal eagle said she was puzzled by how her phone was not on silent. During the next home visit, she described the incident in which Cosby gave her pills that paralyzed her. "They had trouble getting it back on", she reportedly said. Read More »

Scottish Tory leader: Brexit needs cross-party approach


The Daily Star of Scotland says the prime minister was "battered" by the election result, but has vowed to "tough it out". Ms Swinson had held the seat for a decade before being ousted by Mr Nicolson in 2015. Angus Robertson , who was SNP leader in the House of Commons , lost his seat to Tory MP Douglas Ross in a surprise coup for the Tories. Just two votes gave the SNP's Stephen Gethins a further term in North-east Fife against a Lib Dem challenge, while former rock musician Pete ... Read More »

Apple shows off new iPads in promo video

The popular workhorse amongst Apple users and design crowds now boasts a 27-inch Retina 5K display that's 43% brighter (supporting up to 1 billion colours), up to 18-core Xeon processors and up to 22 Teraflops of graphics computation. Termus teased the audience with the power of the new thermal architecture - a Dual-centrifugal fan solution which generates significantly more airflow than traditional iMac , an increase of 80% in cooling capacity. Read More »

Apple's New iMac Pro Is Coming in December


The laptop will likely get new processors and may support up to 32GB of RAM, but the design will remain largely unchanged. Just don't expect a zero-gravity hinge like on the Microsoft Surface Studio or any sort of touchscreen or Apple Pencil capabilities. Read More »

Theresa May announces partnership with Democratic Unionist Party


But the ballot-box humiliation has seriously - and possibly mortally - wounded her leadership just as Britain is about to begin complex exit talks with the European Union . "And there's already uncertainty about Brexit ... and we will see more uncertainty". "We're there as the Labour Party with our points of view, everybody knows what they are and everyone can see the huge increase in our support because of the way we conducted the election and the comprehensive nature of the programme we ... Read More »

IS claims London attacks; more held

But while the bridge reopened fully on Wednesday, the Borough Market and a small surrounding area remain closed, police said . Police have previously said eight officers who rushed to scene fired about 50 rounds, killing the three attackers . Read More »