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Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans face rejection by Parliament's upper chamber on Monday, setting the stage for a high-stakes confrontation with rebel lawmakers later in the week which could rock her minority government. The issue with Grieve's position identified by Brexiteers is that it effectively allows Remainer MPs to reject any deal the Prime Minister produces as "not good enough" and to reject the alternative of "No Deal" as well - effectively cancelling Brexit.
  • Democratic congressman: Family separation 'on all of us'

    Democratic congressman: Family separation 'on all of us'

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    The world needs to see what the US Gov't is doing, all with the backdrop of a massive Trump mural that would look perfectly in place in a banana republic. With a sharp increase this spring in the number of children taken into government custody, HHS officials said they have been scouting locations where they could install thousands of additional beds.
  • Taliban roaming Afghan cities at will, raising fears amid Eid euphoria

    Taliban roaming Afghan cities at will, raising fears amid Eid euphoria

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    Saturday's attack, which also took place in Jalalabad , killed at least 36 people and wounded 65, according to Kamawal, director of the provincial health department. Previously, IS fighters have clashed with Taliban, who have rejected their demands for a caliphate. In the meantime, foreign forces in Afghanistan are excluded from the Eid truce.
  • Justice report provides ammo for both Trump, critics

    Justice report provides ammo for both Trump, critics

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    Mr Trump said that Mr Comey's replacement, Christopher A Wray, "will bring it proudly back!" While the president remained mum on the report's findings, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders offered the first reaction. Both Strzok and Page worked on the Clinton probe. And Trump took it one step further, barreling out of the White House Friday for an unannounced, early-morning television interview that turned into a almost hour-long freewheeling give-and-take with reporters, during ...
  • Epileptic boy at centre of cannabis oil case in UK hospital

    Epileptic boy at centre of cannabis oil case in UK hospital

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    Home Secretary Sajid Javid announced yesterday that he has used his powers to "urgently issue" a licence to treat Billy with cannabis oil. Caldwell said she believed that "somewhere in the Home Office there is someone with a heart" and that Billy "was pulling on their heartstrings".
  • Clashes erupt at several places after Eid prayers

    Clashes erupt at several places after Eid prayers

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    Ramadan is the Muslim holy month, where followers fast from sunrise to sunset every day. Yakubu Dogara has felicitated with the Muslim Ummah on the occasion of Eid El Fitr Sallah celebration. Crowds pour out of the Edmonton Islamic Academy on Friday following a morning prayer. "We tried really, really hard to build it up and get the youth back involved in the mosque", said Shawar, 20.
  • Ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort sent to jail

    Ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort sent to jail

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    Today, US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson followed up, revoking Manafort's bail , which had enabled him to enjoy time out of jail on house arrest after after pleading not guilty on charges of foreign lobbying violations. Manafort had been confined to his home on electronic monitoring and other restrictions since he was first indicted October 27 during Mueller's probe of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
  • Sarah Sanders dismisses reports of her departure: 'I love my job'

    Sarah Sanders dismisses reports of her departure: 'I love my job'

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    According to CBS sources inside the White House and close to the administration, Sanders has told her friends that she plans to leave the White House at the end of the year, while Shah has yet to decide on a departure date. "That's not what I said". Acosta preened, hectored, heckled, interrupted, and, in the end, got completely owned by press secretary Sarah Sanders , who, after Acosta attempted to take her out of context, accurately pointed out that the not-very-bright Acosta ...
  • Paul Pogba, Antoine Griezmann Lead France Past Australia in 2018 World Cup

    Paul Pogba, Antoine Griezmann Lead France Past Australia in 2018 World Cup

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    Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak sent his French counterpart Hugo Lloris the wrong way from the spot to give Australia hope of forcing a draw at the Kazan Arena only for Pogba to grab the victor in the 81st minute. An Australian team determined not to suffer the all but tournament-ending torpedoes their predecessors had at the 2010 and 2014 World Cups - when we conceded twice inside the first half hour at both competitions - were compact and committed early.
  • Pakistani Taliban Head Killed by U.S. Airstrike in Afghanistan

    Pakistani Taliban Head Killed by U.S. Airstrike in Afghanistan

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    The US attack was in collaboration with Afghan forces. "We believe this is the best opportunity for the Taliban to accept the peace offer, end the bloodshed, and be part of the solution to bring peace and a better life to his nation and the children of this country", the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation commander added.
  • Scorching hot Father's Day weekend underway

    Scorching hot Father's Day weekend underway

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    The big jump in heat and humidity begins on Sunday . "During hot and humid weather, the body's ability to cool itself is lessened, which increases the chance of dehydration and other heat-related illnesses", the weather service said .
  • 7-meter-long python swallows Indonesian woman

    7-meter-long python swallows Indonesian woman

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    At around 9:30 a.m., residents found a big python with a swollen belly near the plantation. In the morning on Friday, about 100 people from the village of Persiapan Lawela combed the fields, Agence France-Presse reported. In 2017, a man was swallowed whole by the giant serpent on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. The garden was at the base of a rocky cliff and known to be home to snakes, the spokesman said.