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Relentless New Zealand outlasts Canada 17-7 in women's rugby final

Relentless New Zealand outlasts Canada 17-7 in women's rugby final

Julia Greenshields hit back for Canada, and the home side then poured on the pressure. Canada defeated England 33-5 earlier Sunday in the quarter-finals. "Sevens is a game of inches and it's only 14 minutes, so at the end of the day, it's the team that makes the least amount of errors that's going to win", she said.



Trump goes on another Twitter rant, calls leaks 'fabricated lies'

Ted Lieu on Sunday ribbed White House Senior Aide Jared Kushner for allegedly attempting to set up a private communication channel between Russian Federation and Donald Trump's transition team. Both The Wall Street Journal - on Friday - and the Washington daily, on Sunday, reported that Trump is planning a big shakeup in the White House, including possibly dismissing or reducing the role of Press Secretary Sean Spicer.



Trump considers major staff shake-up to rein in Russia disclosures

The newspaper cited anonymous USA officials who were briefed on intelligence reports on intercepted Russian communications. CNN reported on Thursday that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was looking into Kushner's many roles on both Trump's transition team and in the White House.


Britain resumes data sharing with United States after 'assurances' over leaks

Britain resumes data sharing with United States after 'assurances' over leaks

At the same time, the New York Times published photos which it said came from the scene of the bombing. Manchester-born Salman Abedi launched the attack on young fans attending a concert by U.S. Abedi died in the explosion. According to multiple outlets, police in the United Kingdom were "furious" when photos of debris from the attack appeared in a New York Times article .


Trump dismisses 'fabricated' report of Kushner's outreach to Russian Federation

Trump dismisses 'fabricated' report of Kushner's outreach to Russian Federation

Trump, according to one person familiar with his thinking, believed he was facing more of a communications problem than a legal one, despite the intensifying inquiries. McMaster told reporters that he "would not be concerned about a back-channel" between Trump and the Kremlin. "What that allows you to do is communicate in a discrete manner".



Moody's downgrades Hong Kong after China ratings cut

China's debt-to-GDP ratio is more than 250 per cent, one of the highest in the world, "reflecting attempts by Beijing to continue pump-priming its economy and maintain growth and job creation as millions move from the countryside to make their fortunes in the cities", says Sky News .