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Tillerson: Trump says look past turmoil and re-engage Russia

Mr Little says after the usual pleasantries in his 25-minute meeting with Mr Tillerson he addressed many New Zealanders' "concern and disquiet about what they're seeing out of the White House". New Zealand might be a small country, but that clearly doesn't mean it's a silent one. He conceded that Trump's unpopularity on the archipelago placed a strain on US-NZ relations.

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Putin: no one would survive war between Russian Federation and US

Pressed about the James Comey firing, Putin said that there was no effect in Russian Federation and that Palmer's question "looks very amusing for me". Putin's comments to Stone echo comments he has made over 17 years in power, including a speech at an global economic forum in St. Petersburg last week in which he portrayed North Atlantic Treaty Organisation a foreign-policy tool exploited by Washington.

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Pentagon report cites China military buildup in Pakistan

The Dongfeng-26 rockets could also be used for conventional strikes against ships in the region, the US Department of Defence said in its annual report on China's military. It said that as of late past year, China was building 24 fighter-sized hangars, fixed-weapons positions, barracks, administration buildings and communication facilities on each of the three largest outposts.

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Deuba sworn in as Nepal PM, forms small cabinet

The government has also laid emphasis on different tasks including making post-reconstruction works effective, making people's oriented service efficient and smooth, strengthening peace and security and supply management and completing the remaining task of the peace process.

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White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping

But while Spicer flaunted Trump's millions of followers, other White House officials have sought to delineate the difference between the tweets and official forms of presidential correspondence. Trump has reportedly lashed out at Sessions in recent meetings, and on Monday fired off multiple tweets critical of the Justice Department . "I don't, If I haven't had a discussion about a subject, I tend not to speak about it".

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Spicer Won't Say Whether Trump Has Confidence In Sessions

An administration official told CNN that Trump's frustration with Sessions dates back to March 2, when Sessions suddenly recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation amid pressure from Democrats on Capitol Hill. But the exchange comes amid increasingly outward signs of displeasure from Mr. Trump and the White House regarding Mr. Sessions and the Justice Department more broadly.

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White House: Trump won't seek to block Comey testimony

Despite the mounting legal questions now shadowing the White House , Trump has needled Comey publicly. Asked last night if he had a message for Mr Comey , Mr Trump said: "I wish him good luck". Comey testifies before Congress, confirming that the FBI is investigating "the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and Russia's efforts".

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US suspects Russian hackers planted fake news behind Qatar crisis

This news created diplomatic tensions between Qatar and other Middle Eastern countries such as Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia , and the UAE. Soon the Maldives and the governments that Saudi Arabia supports in the conflicts in Yemen and Libya also severed diplomatic ties with Qatar.

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Canada woman among those killed on London Bridge

Pri Goncalves said on Facebook she was the last person to see her on Saturday night. The Castlegar, B.C., native had moved to the Netherlands in February to be with her fiance, Tyler Ferguson , reports the Wall Street Journal . She met them where they were". The first victim of the weekend's attack to be identified was named as "beautiful, loving" bride-to-be Chrissy Archibald, from Canada .

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Led coalition strikes pro-Syrian regime forces

A group of about 60 pro-regime soldiers moved into the area with a tank, artillery, anti-aircraft weapons and armed technical vehicles, posing a threat to the coalition forces at At-Tanf Garrison near the border with Jordan and Iraq , the coalition said in the statement.

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Irish police arrest two men linked to London Bridge attacker

Police said they were still working to establish the identity of the third attacker. Redouane used an address at Grosvenor Square, Rathmines, Dublin , at the time of his wedding but he used a second address near Dublin's north inner city at other times and had an Irish mobile phone.

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Hype Over a New Cancer Drug Has Its Company's Stock Spiking

Half of the 2,000 men were given the drug on its own, while the other half were treated with abiraterone and standard hormone therapy. "Abiraterone not only prolonged life, but also lowered the chance of relapse by 70% and reduced the chance of serious bone complications by 50%".

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Dayton signs Minnesota to pact honoring Paris accord

The Alliance is one of several movements by cities, states, corporations and nonprofits nationally to keep the promises made by the United States when it signed on past year. In the USA, it is local and state governments, along with businesses, that are primarily responsible for the dramatic decrease in greenhouse gas emissions in recent years.

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Putin Dismisses US Claims About Trump, Russia And Elections

Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn was forced to resign after he mischaracterized a meeting he had with Kislyak. "Our police force, fortunately, so far, do not use batons, tear gas or any other extreme measures of instilling order, something that we often see in other countries, including in the United States", he noted.

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Canelo vs. Triple G to commence in Las Vegas

Golovkin has been calling for a fight against Alvarez for about 18 months. The much anticipated September 16 middleweight title fight between Golovkin and Alvarez will take place on the Las Vegas Strip. Texas' AT&T Cowboys stadium was also in the running but despite it's far greater capacity ability than the T-Mobile Arena, it couldn't compete with the boxing business lure of Vegas it would seem.

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Putin on Dinner With Flynn: 'I Didn't Even Really Talk to Him'

For Russian President Vladimir Putin , it was a game. 'The United States, everywhere, all over the world, actively interferes with electoral campaigns of other countries, ' Putin said . But, I repeat, we don't even have to do that. "That's the extent of my acquaintance with Mr Flynn", he added. USA intelligence has accused Russian Federation of interfering in the election by hacking the Democratic Committee's computers and leaking information - a claim that Moscow has repeatedly denied.

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Truck bomb kills 90, wounds hundreds in Afghan capital

While condemning the Kabul attack, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that neither the militant group nor the Haqqani network was behind the attack. Al Jazeera's Qais Azimy, reporting from Kabul , said the death toll could be as high as 100, with more than 500 wounded, according sources. President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has extended his condolences to his Afghani counterpart President Ashraf Ghani on the occasion of the powerful blast in Kabul , Kazinform has ...

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Six killed in London terror attack

Rowley lauded the courage of officers who ran toward the attack as it unfolded. From there, the suspects leapt out of their van and made their way to the nearby Borough Market , where they began indiscriminately stabbing patrons at bars and restaurants until police shot them dead.

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Death toll in Egypt attack on Christians rises to 29

Gunmen opened fire on buses that were carrying dozens of children and adults as they were heading on a trip to the Monastery. Two military sources told Reuters that three additional air raids were launched on Saturday morning in the area of Derna, a city where east Libyan forces led by Khalifa Haftar, a close ally of Egypt, has been trying to gain control from Islamists and other opponents.

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London Mayor: Some injured in attack are in critical condition

Labour questioned whether the Prime Minister had politicised the response to the attack by announcing a four-point counter-terror plan in her statement. Trump also used the terror attack to weigh in on the gun control debate. - Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 3, 2017We must stop being politically correct and get down to the business of security for our people.

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What we know - and don't know - about Jared Kushner's Russia contacts

The latest reports says Trump adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner proposed a secret back channel between the Kremlin and the Trump transition team. But he said on "Fox News Sunday" that "any channel of communications back or otherwise with a country like Russian Federation is a good thing".

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NKorean missile launch may be testing rivals, not technology

The benchmark KOSPI finished at 2,352.97 points, down 2.33 points from the previous close, while the Korean won lost ground by 1 won to close at 1,121.7 against the U.S. Upon his return from the G-7 summit in Italy, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters that "North Korea's provocation by ignoring repeated warnings from the global society is absolutely unacceptable", The AP reports.

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Cavaliers want to ramp up physicality but won't 'dirty up' game

The game is physical. So hit first, let them shoot second. "That's always been something that we talk about, so we look forward to seeing what we can bring to the game in Game Two", he said. The Warriors time and again unleashed a dizzying display of unselfish ball movement with precision passing that led to 31 assists, more than double what the Cavaliers managed.

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A look at what is and isn't known about the London attack

Police haven't said. The attackers were shot dead by police near the Wheatsheaf pub eight minutes after officers responded. The 12 arrests were made in the ethnically diverse east London suburb of Barking, with Sky News reporting that a property raided by police belonged to one of the killers.

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Sanders praises Corbyn for taking on Labour Party

Mr Gwynne added: "I think what we've seen is they have now ditched the mantra strong and stable , she is weak and wobbly, she won't debate head to head with Jeremy Corbyn - this is an election she called and she's tried to hide away from the public and from scrutiny".