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Puretech Health PLC (PRTC) Rating Reiterated by Liberum Capital

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No time for Brexit delays, says UK's May as poll lead slips

All bombing is wrong, of course I condemn it. Grant told ITV's Peston on Sunday that he felt "unbelievable anger" on behalf of families who said they had been wronged by sections of the British media. The message is getting through. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has warned Britons against voting for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in the June 8 general election, saying the prospect of his leadership "should scare us all".


On Saudi visit, Trump has cordial chat with Egypt's leader

On Saudi visit, Trump has cordial chat with Egypt's leader

Wajahat Ali, a writer and attorney who has studied the anti-Muslim movement in the United States, thought that Trump's unwillingness Sunday to criticize Saudi Arabia - a country Trump has previously linked to terrorism - was an indication of Trump's hypocrisy, more than any shift in attitude or policy.


Trump in Saudi Arabia

Trump in Saudi Arabia

It was also the President's first tweet in his trip to Saudi Arabia. Trump refrained from criticizing human rights in Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries, long a source of global concern. Both orders were halted by federal courts that argued Trump's campaign rhetoric indicates the bans were about bigotry, rather than national security.


Watch online US President speaking in Saudi Arabia

Watch online US President speaking in Saudi Arabia

It will be especially sensitive given tensions sparked by the Trump administration's attempted travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority nations and accusations of anti-Islamic rhetoric while campaigning. Trump's comments came after he ticked down a list of major terrorist attacks in the USA and also noted that Europe has "also endured unspeakable horror".



Delays at Sydney, Melbourne airports

News.com.au originally said that the issues are linked to the global system which is down, but has updated that story to limit it to only Australian worldwide airport departures. The Advance Passenger Processing system is used to automatically validate passengers' ability to travel to, or through, New Zealand. Airlines who flew people to countries they were not authorised to enter could be fined between $10,000 to $15,000 and also had to then fly the passenger back to where they came ...