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Author: 0 Modi leaves for Russian Federation

Modi said the policy of building strong relations with Russian Federation enjoys crosscutting national consensus in India and every government in India since 1947 has accorded the highest priority to developing close relations with Russian Federation.

Author: 0 Trump 'very forceful' with Abbas, Netanyahu on restarting peace talks

The provocative parade of tens of thousands of flag-waving fanatic Israelis in occupied East Jerusalem, particularly its Old City, marking 50 years for its occupation was highlighted on the front page of the Thursday issue of the three Palestinian Arabic dailies.

Author: 0 Afghanistan cancels friendly cricket series with Pakistan after Kabul attack

Police used batons and dogs, and three officers were injured, but they eventually managed to detain the student, reported public broadcaster BR, adding that the student speaks German and had been offered a job. The BBC has said that Mohammed Nazir, a driver for the corporation's Afghan service, died in the explosion. The area is home to most of the foreign embassies in the city, as well as several major government institutions, including the presidential palace.

Author: 0 Flynn subpoenaed by House intelligence committee

Also, the US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee announced that it had issued two subpoenas, for Michael Flynn and his company as well as for Michael Cohen and his company , as part of its investigation. "Any prior requests for information would have been undertaken without the Minority's knowledge", a senior Democratic intelligence committee aide told ABC News .

Global News President Trump to make decision on Paris climate change accords
Author: 0 President Trump to make decision on Paris climate change accords

A decision to drop out would put the United States at odds with almost every other nation on Earth. German chancellor Angela Merkel, who has in the past even been dubbed the "climate chancellor" for her efforts to fight global warming, welcomed Mr Li's remarks at their joint press conference.

Author: 0 Putin claims Russian has never been involved in hacking

While still denying that his government was actively behind the hacking attacks on the Democratic Party, he suggested that "patriotically minded" Russian hackers might have committed the attacks on their own. Despite accusations that a controlled disinformation campaign impacted the outcome of the 2016 presidential election , Putin argued that he did not believe that was possible.

Author: 0 Cleveland Fires The Police Officer Who Shot And Killed Tamir Rice

Officer Timothy Loehmann , who fatally shot Rice three years ago, was sacked for inaccurate details on his job application and other administrative policies violations, not for the Rice shooting . Video of the shooting shows Garmback driving onto the grassy park area, which raised questions about whether that was standard procedure. "You did not employ proper tactics when you failed to stop your zone vehicle immediately upon entering Cudell Park", he wrote.

Global News Trump Paris Decision LIVE STREAM
Author: 0 Trump Paris Decision LIVE STREAM

What: After being heavily lobbied for weeks from both sides on whether the USA should stay with or abandon the global-warming agreement, the president will tell us all his decision. He has also had backlash against his business form anti-Trump customers because of his involvement with the White House. Mr Trump's Democratic presidential rival and former U.S.

Author: 0 Recent revelations about Jared Kushner could impact his influence with Trump

They're laughing at Donald Trump . White House senior aide Jared Kushner wanted to set up a direct line of communication to Russian President Vladimir Putin after Donald Trump won the US election, The New York Times reported . News that the devoutly Catholic Spicer had not been invited to meet with Pope Francis during Trump's visit with the pontiff in the Vatican last week further fueled speculation he was on the outs.

Author: 0 Solar, Coal Stocks React to Trump's Exit From Paris Climate Agreement

Earlier in the day, he told reporters he was "hearing from a lot of people both ways". And the final decision may not be entirely clear-cut: Aides were still deliberating on "caveats in the language", one official said . Conversely, the influential USA energy lobby and many conservatives pushed the president to pull out of the agreement, viewing it as a drain on the domestic economy and arguing that it would undermine Trump's efforts at energy independence.

Author: 0 Former FBI Director James Comey to testify in Senate June 8

Any statements Comey makes about conversations with the president could cut to the heart of whether or not he tried to interfere with an FBI investigation, something that could be a crime if it amounts to obstruction of justice. Special Counsel Robert Mueller had to approve the Comey appearance, but some areas of discussion may be off topic out of concerns it could impede an ongoing investigation.

Global News GST from July 1, to create many jobs for youth: Adhia
Author: 0 GST from July 1, to create many jobs for youth: Adhia

Readiness of the traders seems to be their major concern. Bengal's posturing on the GST - it has always been an ardent supporter of the uniform tax system - comes days before a crucial June 3 meeting in Delhi where the GST Council is hoping to fix the rates on gold and precious stones, biscuits, beedis , textiles and footwear, on which there has been no consensus among the states.

Author: 0 Angry reaction to rumours Trump will pull out of Paris climate agreement

Trump, who has called global warming a "hoax", promised during his presidential campaign to pull the USA out of the deal. Mike Tadeo, a spokesman for the American Petroleum Institute, said "While API has not taken a position on the agreement, we have always said that Paris was a missed opportunity to talk about how the United States is leading the world in the production and refining of oil and natural gas, and leading the world in reducing carbon emissions".

Global News Trump's Communication Director Mike Dubke Resigns
Author: 0 Trump's Communication Director Mike Dubke Resigns

US President Donald Trump's communications director is leaving the job, the White House said on Tuesday, as the president considers wider staff changes to try to prevent more political damage from probes into Russian Federation and his presidential campaign.

Author: 0 World leaders reaffirm commitment to fighting climate change

The stay camp included Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Energy Secretary Rick Perry, as well as Trump's daughter and assistant Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, a White House senior advisor. Some executives from coal companies have weighed in, arguing the USA should stay in with reduced emissions cuts targets, with an eye toward ensuring that Washington keeps some influence over the future of the global energy mix.

Global News Unidentified object flies over North Korean border
Author: 0 Unidentified object flies over North Korean border

Defence ministry spokesman Moon Sang-gyun on Wednesday said that detailed examinations pointed to "balloon-like objects", 10 of which were observed flying with the winds in the border area. The North's official Korean Central News Agency reported that the Pukguksong-2 will now be produced and deployed throughout the country. The Koreas face off across the world's most heavily armed border, and their militaries occasionally trade gunfire and accuse each other of provoking first.

Global News Theresa May: Back my vision of brighter Brexit future
Author: 0 Theresa May: Back my vision of brighter Brexit future

Ms Rudd dismissed her rivals' claims as "fanciful" and warned their spending plans would require a "magic money tree" as she came under attack over the squeeze on living standards and cuts to welfare as the debate heated up. And this is one truth bomb that is very hard for the Conservatives to ignore. Mr Corbyn and Mrs May were on the same side in last year's European Union referendum - against Britain leaving the European Union - although they never campaigned together.

Author: 0 UK PM Theresa May criticized for missing election TV debate

However, that did not keep the other party leaders from criticizing her decision to dodge their grilling. And why do you think she called this election? Corbyn hit back at Rudd, asking her: "Have you been to a food bank. But Ms Rudd defended Mrs May's "record of delivery" and insisted her party "will always look after pensioners and ensure they have dignity in their retirement".

Author: 0 A guide to global warming, Paris pact and the US role

But officials cautioned that details were still being finalized. "We applaud you for your ongoing efforts to reduce overregulation in America" and saying "to continue on this path, we urge you to make a clean exit from the Paris agreement so that your administration can follow through on its commitment to rescind the Clean Power Plan".

Global News Karla Homolka to no longer volunteer at Montreal elementary school
Author: 0 Karla Homolka to no longer volunteer at Montreal elementary school

She was released in 2005 and married the brother of her attorney, with whom she has multiple kids, according to reports. She also once volunteered to supervise nursery-school age on a school trip to the Montreal Science Centre. Parents of other students at the school are outraged. A serial killer who was jailed in the 1990s for the rapes and murders of three teenage girls has been spotted volunteering at an elementary school.

Global News 'Inside the Pulse Nightclub Terror' on ABC
Author: 0 'Inside the Pulse Nightclub Terror' on ABC

At one point, an officer can heard yelling at Mateen, who was holed up in a bathroom with hostages: "Come out with your hands up or you will die". The Orange County Sheriff's Office and Orlando Police responded to the June 12 mass shooting, which was carried out by Omar Mateen and left 49 dead and dozens injured.

Author: 0 White House Ducks Questions Over Kushner Back-Channel Reports

The source was identified as someone "familiar with the matter". Why did Kushner make the request of Ambassador Sergey Kislyak? The Post's story cited "US officials briefed on intelligence reports". Some top Republicans cast doubts on the Post's report, suggesting that the whole episode may be a Russian ruse to throw America's political system into a tailspin.

Global News Kulbhushan Jadhav Will Be Alive Till He Exhausts Clemency
Author: 0 Kulbhushan Jadhav Will Be Alive Till He Exhausts Clemency

Jadhav still has two mercy appeals left, one with the Pakistani Army chief and another with the President of Pakistan. Zakaria accused the Indian media and the government of creating a "false impression" of winning the case in the ICJ. That is why Barrister Khawar Qureshi informed the Court that India can not obtain from the Court what it is seeking. Asserting that Pakistan's position in this matter has been made clear, Zakaria said, "We had sought information from India" on January 23, ...

Author: 0 Donald Trump blasts 'very bad' Germany on Twitter

Recounting that Mr Trump's speech in Saudi Arabia had been "met with near universal praise" he said that the U.S. president had helped strengthen alliances. Research director Daniela Schwarzer of the German Council of Foreign Relations in Berlin asserted that Trump had alienated Germany and other US allies during the G-7 summit.

Author: 0 France Finds No Traces of Russian Hackers in Attack on Macron's Campaign

Putin described the talks as substantative and said the India-Russia "partnership is developing into strategic and priveleged one". Putin said the Kurile Islands, a chain of islands in the Far East where Moscow and Tokyo have rival territorial claims, were "quite a convenient place" to deploy Russian military hardware to respond to such threats.

Global News What would Paris climate deal look like without US?
Author: 0 What would Paris climate deal look like without US?

Elon Musk, CEO of electric carmaker Tesla and aerospace company SpaceX, tweeted that he would leave two White House advisory councils if Trump went ahead with this threat to leave the Paris accord. Through the Paris accord, world leaders agreed in 2015 to cut carbon emissions to keep global temperatures from rising 1.5C above where they were before the Industrial Revolution.

Global News Trump's cellphone diplomacy raises security concerns
Author: 0 Trump's cellphone diplomacy raises security concerns

All the officials spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter. "What we ended up with was a military-grade, encrypted phone that had the microphone ripped out", said Mr McLaughlin, who thinks the White House communications office has prevailed upon Mr Trump to use some kind of phone with enhanced security.

Author: 0 Trump's tweeted typo covfefe becoming vanity license plates

Donald Trump's latest twitter salvo was also perhaps his most confusing to date. "You've got all kinds of stuff happening. Why?" It's like covfefe . However, now White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is denying that the tweet was actually a typo , and is arguing that the social media post was very much made on goal and delivered a message to a certain group of people.

Global News Theresa May defends her no-show for election debate on BBC One
Author: 0 Theresa May defends her no-show for election debate on BBC One

Mrs May said she was focusing on taking questions from the public, knocking on doors and listening to voters. Jeremy Corbyn had previously said he would not be attending the debate, changing his mind last minute today. Up to 3.3 million viewers tuned in to watch "May v Corbyn Live: The Battle for Number 10" on Sky News and Channel 4 on Monday evening, where the leaders were interviewed separately by veteran broadcaster Jeremy Paxman and a studio audience.

Author: 0 Comey to testify in Russian Federation investigation next week

Trump fired then-FBI Director James Comey earlier this month after the president complained about the bureau's investigation of possible collusion between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein initially interviewed eight people for the post, but the White House has not identified any as a finalist or top contender, and some have taken their own names out of consideration.

Global News Bones found in 10-year-old cold case search
Author: 0 Bones found in 10-year-old cold case search

EXCAVATORS searching for murdered NSW man Matthew Leveson in the Royal National Park, south of Sydney, have stopped working with police saying they've found "items of interest". Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin said on Wednesday he anticipated exhuming the remains would take "a number of days". Officers from Strike Force Bowditch - established in 2007 to investigate the disappearance of Leveson - had been searching the area when the discovery was made.

Author: 0 Senators asked Comey to investigate AG Jeff Sessions for possible perjury

Franken added: "Our office has been in contact with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on this". Lawmakers investigating Trump's possible Russian Federation ties would not discuss the April meeting. Despite the fact that he appears to be dead-set on bringing back racist , ineffective policies that have done little to make the country safer and a ton to contribute to the systematic oppression of minorities, Sessions' connections to the Russian Federation investigation have not caught the ...

Author: 0 Pens, Preds could have same lineups for Game 2 of Cup Final

He has scored every important goal of the Stanley Cup final and has led the charge for a quick-strike team that, despite being outshot 64-39 in the first two games of the Stanley Cup final, finds itself with an nearly inexplicable 2-0 lead.

Author: 0 Malaysia Airlines jet diverted in Australia over bomb scare

Armed police boarded the plane when it landed back in Melbourne , taking the man, who bought a plane ticket hours after being released from psychiatric care, into custody. Malaysia Airlines said the plane's passengers would be put up at hotels and offered another flight. Questions have been raised over the amount of time it took police to arrest Mr Marks.

Global News Govt acting like Sicilian Mafia, observes SC judge
Author: 0 Govt acting like Sicilian Mafia, observes SC judge

Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb said the prime minister had also asked Hashmi to hand in his resignation from his Senate seat, which the Senate Secretariat received later in the evening. "No one can scare us and neither are we scared of the consequences", he said further, adding that they know what to do. Hussain had subsequently appeared before the investigators for the second time on Tuesday, where he was reportedly grilled for nearly five hours.

Global News Hundreds of thousands evacuated as cyclone Mora slams into Bangladesh
Author: 0 Hundreds of thousands evacuated as cyclone Mora slams into Bangladesh

A cyclone tore through parts of Bangladesh on Tuesday, destroying the homes of thousands of Rohingya refugees who had fled the violence in Myanmar over the last several years. "The winds are strong and people there live in flimsy structures, so we're anxious". He said his home was partially damaged due to the storm. Cyclone Mora has hit Bangladesh, lashing the country's south-eastern coast with heavy rain and winds.

Global News CEOs' urgent plea: Don't pull out of Paris accord
Author: 0 CEOs' urgent plea: Don't pull out of Paris accord

Trump's son-in-law and top aide, Jared Kushner , was said to be neutral on the deal, and concerned about the legal ramifications of reducing U.S. carbon reduction commitments below what Obama pledged. Most of the senators who signed are from states that depend on the continued burning of coal, oil and gas. If the USA does leave, he said, the Europe Union should seek ways to balance out the economic advantage that US companies might have from the absence of climate regulations.

Author: 0 UK May's Conservatives dwarf rivals in election campaign donations

What do the polls tell us about how young people might vote? Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn's Labour may gain 25 seats from its 2015 figure. Some adjust their figures based on past voting preference. All national polls still put the Conservatives ahead of Labour and none in the past month has the Conservatives below 42 per cent - five points more than Cameron's share in 2015, when he won an overall majority.

Global News BBC election audience 'rigorously' selected - ComRes
Author: 0 BBC election audience 'rigorously' selected - ComRes

The TV debate last night was a rare moment in the spotlight for climate issues during a general election campaign that has been dominated by Brexit and debate over Britain's public services. She will say in her speech: "This great national moment needs a great national effort in which we pull together with a unity of goal and - however we voted in the referendum last June - we come together with a determination to make a success of the years ahead", the Times reported.