• May to meet DUP and Sinn Féin at Westminster

    May to meet DUP and Sinn Féin at Westminster

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    She said Northern Ireland "needs certainty and clarity" as it edged towards its 14th month without a government. "We wanted to impress upon her the need and urgency to have a budget in place for the people of Northern Ireland and I think she heard that loud and clear", Mrs Foster told reporters after the meeting in London.
  • Donald Trump Jr. launches 'Trump Towers' in Pune

    Donald Trump Jr. launches 'Trump Towers' in Pune

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    Trump Jr will launch the Trump Tower B which is ready for occupation with all the necessary certificates in place, stated a media release issued by Panchshil Realty. Citizens for Ethics, a government ethics and accountability watchdog organisation alleged that the presidents sons visit to India was a violation of ethics.
  • Maryland officer shot, killed while intervening in domestic dispute

    Maryland officer shot, killed while intervening in domestic dispute

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    Sources told FOX 5 the suspect took the officer's gun and then led police on a chase that concluded in the area of Route 210 and Old Fort Road. A police officer died after a shooting in Price George's County, Maryland. "While I was sitting there there was one shot back towards us", said Robert Hayden who said he was stopped at the intersection when police converged on the suspect driving a black SUV.
  • Based lawyer in guilty plea after Mueller probe

    Based lawyer in guilty plea after Mueller probe

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    In pleading guilty to false statements, van der Zwaan admitted that he had conversations with Gates and someone in Ukraine that he later tried to hide from US investigators. The case against van der Zwaan may increase the pressure on Gates and Manafort. Under pressure from the U.S. Justice Department, Manafort and Gates retroactively registered as foreign agents for their lobbying and public relations work for Ukraine's former pro-Russia President Viktor Yanukovych.
  • Suspect in Florida school shooting back in court for status hearing

    Suspect in Florida school shooting back in court for status hearing

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    The man charged with murder in the Florida high school shooting was back in court Monday as funerals were held for some of the 17 victims. Grady's anger deepened the day after the shooting, when he heard news that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had failed to follow up on a tip about the former student who police say gunned down 14 students and three staff members with an AR-15 styled rifle.
  • 'Suspicious vehicle' near White House - federal building evacuated

    'Suspicious vehicle' near White House - federal building evacuated

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    Later, the Secret Service allowed staff at the new executive building, as well as the White House, to return to work. At least a dozen emergency vehicles responded. NW, and that the building was being evacuated. Donald Trump is today hosting parents, teachers and students for a "listening session" that will include those impacted by recent mass shootings.
  • State Department says North Korea passed up meeting with Pence

    State Department says North Korea passed up meeting with Pence

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    The State Department said that Pence had been "ready to take this opportunity" but would have used it to insist Pyongyang abandon its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs. "North Korea dangled a meeting in hopes of the Vice President softening his message, which would have ceded the world stage for their propaganda during the Olympics", Pence's chief of staff, Nick Ayers , said in a statement.
  • Met owes women damages for John Worboys investigation failings

    Met owes women damages for John Worboys investigation failings

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    Human rights campaign group Liberty, one of the organisations that intervened in the case, said the outcome was a "fantastic victory". In 2014, the High Court awarded one of the women £22,500 and the second £19,000 after ruling the Met Police was liable to both women for the failures in its investigation under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human rights.