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Russia Putin: Navalny urges people to join anti-corruption protests


Baton-wielding riot police broke up an anti-government demonstration in Moscow on Monday and arrested over a hundred protesters after detaining Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny as he tried to leave his home. A slickly produced video entitled, " Don't call him Dimon ", featuring drone footage of mansions, ski villas and vineyards allegedly belonging to the Prime Minister, Dmitri Medvedev, has chalked up 22 million clicks on YouTube . Read More »

Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj begins 'peace' fast


Before ending his 28-hour-long fast , Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh today announced a series of measures for farmers, including declaring purchase of farm produce below the minimum support a criminal act. Totally agreed that these will definitely help farmers but they are barely enough to make farming sustainable. "One thing that made me emotional was the number of our children that we lost in these protests". Read More »

Golden State reclaims title with a most Warriors-like run


Their one title came past year when the Cavs became the first National Basketball Association team to rally from a 3-1 Finals deficit to deliver the city its first major championship since 1964. But that idea fizzled fast when the Warriors opened with a pair of lopsided wins at home, fought back late to steal the next game in Cleveland and then, after dropping their first game of the postseason, closed out the series at home. Read More »

Queen's Speech date in UK Parliament in doubt

May looked set to face criticism and anger from Conservative MPs at a private meeting in parliament over her handling of an election that lost the party its parliamentary majority. Conservatives in Scotland, which voted heavily to remain in the European Union previous year, are pushing for Mrs May to move the focus of Brexit talks due to start next week onto achieving economic growth and away from immigration, sources in the Scottish party told Reuters. Read More »

Trump Says Comey Testimony Shows No Collusion With Russia


Comey delivered scathing remarks about the president on Thursday at a congressional hearing and testified that Trump had asked him to drop a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into former aide Michael Flynn and his alleged ties to Russian Federation. Read More »

Qatar Airways CEO: US 'fueling' the fire of Gulf crisis

The latest issue at its a regional element to Qatar Airways's headwinds as Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. also restricted airspace to flights linking the Qatari capital of Doha with destinations outside the region. Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif is headed for Saudi Arabia on Monday on a day-long visit in the backdrop of a deepening diplomatic rift in the West Asia, the media reported . Read More »

May to form minority government after election debacle


Dogus is willing to credit Corbyn. "I think everyone in the Labour party , and everyone who supported the Labour party yesterday - young people, old people, everyone in between - I think they should be very proud of what we have achieved", he said. Read More »

Donald Trump calls Comey 'leaker', ready to respond under oath

Now that it's done, is the committee's work in looking into whether the president tried to influence the investigation, is that done now? "We have in our country this insulation between law enforcement and the equal rule of law and political interference, and the president crossed that line", Senator Chris Van Hollen of Maryland said. Read More »

Qatar Airways CEO: UN body should call Qatar measures illegal


The Islamic republic has also opened its airspace to about 100 more Qatari flights a day, after Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates banned Qatari planes from their airpace. Though both it and Saudi Arabia practice an ultra-conservative form of Sunni Islam called Wahhabism, Qatar allows women to drive and foreigners to drink alcohol. Read More »

I'm here as long as you want me, May says

Former finance minister George Osborne , who May sacked after taking office following the Brexit vote last June, on Sunday said May was now a " dead woman walking ". The visibly weakened premier denied she was feeling "shell-shocked" after her election gamble backfired. But the newspapers were unsparing, with The Observer writing: "Discredited, humiliated, diminished". Read More »

Top two aides to British PM Theresa May quit


The DUP , whose 10 seats would allow the government to get measures through Parliament, is a socially conservative pro-British Protestant group that opposes abortion and same-sex marriage and includes both environmentalists and climate-change deniers among its senior ranks. Read More »

Goalscorer Jon Walters relishing Republic of Ireland opportunity

James McClean has become the team's talisman in this campaign, with his temper curbed and his attitude changed. Wesley is our one player who can open the door. There's no foul, he got a running jump. An Austria side missing many of their big names by injury, illness and suspension took the game by the scruff of the neck, just as O'Neill had urged his own players to do in the run-up. Read More »

Theresa May Lost Without Losing in Bid to Tighten Grip on Parliament

Perplexed EU leaders, unexpectedly faced with the prospect of dealing with now-shaky British leadership, sought Friday to make sense of the drama, but also made clear that while Britain might be accorded time to regroup, it should not expect an extension of the two-year deadline for the Brexit talks to end. Read More »

Penguins Win Back-To-Back Cups

Pittsburgh goalie Matt Murray stopped 27 shots for his second shutout in as many games and the fourth of his career in the postseason. NASHVILLE , Tenn. That's what's going to drive us. "It says a lot to the character of this team that we were able to compete, no matter what bad stuff happened". "We lost a lot of guys to injuries ". Read More »

UK PM May's Brexit plan has not changed, her spokesman says


JEREMY CORBYN vowed to lead Britain out of the European Union as he insisted Labour is "ready any time " for another general election . "It may not be on the Monday because we also have got the Queen's Speech that week and I will have to speak in that, and so on". Read More »

UK election: Theresa May could lose parliamentary majority, exit poll shows


The Tories will now have to rely on the DUP's 10 MPs to get things done. May and her team of ministers retain full legal powers and will continue heading the government, until a new one is sworn in. "We are ready to undertake negotiations on behalf of this country, to protect jobs and have a sensible free trade arrangement with Europe", he said. Read More »

How May's failed election gamble changes Brexit


She has signed a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ), which will allow her to establish a minority government. It will be more hard for a Conservative government to walk away from the European Union without a trade deal, as May has threatened to do. Read More »

French president tries to ease Gulf dispute


Qahtani said in his Al Jazeera interview that Qatar "was facilitating the talks between the Americans, the Taliban, and the government of Afghanistan". Tehran voiced its preparedness to provide Doha with whatever food products the Arab country needs immediately after Saudi Arabia and a number of others broke off relations with Qatar, which relies heavily on importing food. Read More »

British PM May says will govern with "friends" for successful Brexit deal


Northern Ireland voted in favour of remaining inside the European Union in the June 23 referendum a year ago, going against the national trend in favour of Brexit . Scotland voted to remain in the European Union, and Ms Davidson has called for a softer approach to the withdrawal process. The critical damage Theresa May wreaked on her chances of winning the election during a disastrous campaign has been laid bare in a poll published by a senior Conservative donor. Read More »

Brexit talks facing slight delay, David Davis reveals

The EU has said that Brexit talks need to make sufficient progress before trade deals can be discussed, though Britain had argued the discussions should take place simultaneously. "The European citizens in the United Kingdom, we want to get on with as fast as possible because we don't want people to be in a state of anxiety". "The time frame set by Article 50 of the Treaty leaves us with no time to lose". Read More »

May loses gamble, puts together coalition government


The probability of a clean divorce from the European Union , a so-called "hard Brexit ", can play out in different ways. Fallon said the government wanted a "new partnership with Europe that is careful about the trade we already do with Europe, that comes to some agreement on the immigration that we can accept from Europe". Read More »

Stunning blow for May in United Kingdom exit poll

In a short statement outside her official residence in 10 Downing Street, May said she would form a government "that can provide certainty and lead Britain forward at this critical time for our country". Instead, they lost seats and the majority, and will be forced to form a coalition government with a smaller party. Critics blame her leadership for Conservatives' loss of majority in Thursday's election. Read More »

Britain's Brexit Minister says May not a 'dead woman walking'


This is expected to be an important challenge for her to overcome. Many MPs are angry over what they see as an unnecessary vote that has cost several lawmakers their seats and are demanding she run a more open, collegiate government after her first months of a dictatorial regime. Read More »

Theresa May to seek to form UK government


The election proved disastrous for the U.K. Independence Party, which failed to win a single seat. The Conservatives have argued in the event of a hung Parliament, Mrs May gets the opportunity to form a government first, as her predecessor David Cameron did in 2010 when there was also no clear victor but the party had comfortably more seats than their nearest rival. Read More »

Northern Ireland pact bad for peace and UK voters

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson , who attended a political cabinet meeting on Monday, said she wanted the economy to be "first and foremost in our minds" in Brexit talks , in a signal that she wants the PM to scale back her focus on her priority of controlling immigration. Read More »

Qatar foreign minister denounces 'unfair', 'illegal' sanctions

Both Saudi and Qatari officials appear to be seeking support from Ethiopia. "Dozens of Iranian businesses are ready to help Qatar with more goods if they are needed", the diplomat told Reuters . The OPEC member's daily production of oil is relatively small, around 0.6 million barrels, compared to its neighbors like Saudi Arabia, which typically produces some 10 million barrels each day. Read More »

Qatar Airways CEO: US 'fueling' fire of Gulf crisis


Saudi Arabia and Iran are not getting what they want, and Syria is in a mess. "We have legal channels to object to this", he said . "We're still an AA country, and we're one of the top 20 or 25 globally on our I think we're very much better than a lot of people around us", he said. Read More »

Apple's iMac goes Pro in 2017 — Look out Surface

The iMac Pro is probably the solution I have been looking for. You also get support for up to two extra displays with the new iMac Pro , just as you have with the original Apple computer. There is also a matching matte wireless keyboard as well as a special black Magic Trackpad 2 and Magic Mouse 2. While it's got the same form factor and 27-inch display as the current high-end iMac , the similarities pretty much end there. Read More »

Theresa May says she'll stick to Brexit timetable

The left-leaning Labour Party led by socialist Jeremy Corbyn witnessed a 9.6 percent increase in its share of the vote. The result calls into question May's future as leader of the party, and the country. The shock defeat for Conservatives - despite the pre- poll projections of a comfortable majority - was seen by the British media as a "humiliation" for May to continue in her position. Read More »

Qatar Launches New Shipping Routes to Oman Amid Food Shortage Fears

Thani said that Qatar was in contact with worldwide aviation authorities and legal organizations as it tries to fight back against moves by Saudi Arabia and its allies to cut off its land, air, and sea access. But the Kuwaiti-backed search for a solution has been buffeted by conflicting signals emanating from Washington. Qahtani added: "When it comes to terrorism, Qatar has never supported terrorism, Qatar does not support terrorism, Qatar will not support terrorism". Read More »

Mexico come from behind to draw with U.S. in World Cup qualifier


The result was a disaster. I stay out of the 1-on-1 matchups during our practice, the 2-on-2 and the 3-on-3s. Prior to that, it was a 3-2 CONCACAF Confederations Cup Playoff win. The live stream of the match Mexico vs the United States of America will be in fuboTV and Fox Sports Go . Defender Omar Gonzalez and midfielder Paul Arriola are employed by Mexican league clubs - Pachuca and Tijuana, respectively - that visit Mexico City during the season. Read More »