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Moscow : Two killed, 'three wounded in shooting

Moscow : Two killed, 'three wounded in shooting

Four special forces operatives were wounded during the operation, local media reported citing Kolokoltsev. A man has opened fire with a hunting rifle in a Russian village, killing four people before engaging in a protracted firefight with security forces.


London will not be cowed by militants, police chief says

London will not be cowed by militants, police chief says

Police also released an image and appealed for information on the knives used in the attack. Where are they from? Leading the investigation, commander Dean Haydon said: "It could be they had plans to take the attack in to a siege situation or it might be that they saw it as protection from being shot".


Theresa May promises a

Theresa May promises a "government of certainty" with DUP backing

May called the early election when her party was comfortably ahead in the polls, in the hope of increasing her majority and strengthening Britain's hand in exit talks with the EU. She said despite losing a dozen MPs in the June 8 poll, she meant to press ahead with her plans to take the United Kingdom out of the European Union and forge a new trade deal with its former partners.


UK Elections 2017 - What Happens Next as Theresa May loses majority

UK Elections 2017 - What Happens Next as Theresa May loses majority

Written off by many pollsters, Labour surged in the final weeks of the campaign and the party drew strong support from young people, who are said to have voted in bigger-than-expected numbers in this election. "We will enter discussions with the Conservatives about how it may be possible to bring stability to our nation at this time of great challenge", said Arlene Foster , the head of the DUP .



Emails reveal Hillary Clinton wanted to fly separately from Michelle Obama

Speaking in front of an audience of about 1,000, Clinton did not hold back on her thoughts about her former rival's administration. "For that glorious interlude between midnight and five a.m., we were like passengers on the Titanic who chose to say, 'Fuck it!' and rock out to the band", she said.


Brexit talks can not be delayed, Jean-Claude Juncker tells Theresa May

Brexit talks can not be delayed, Jean-Claude Juncker tells Theresa May

The European Parliament president stressed the importance of a "stable government" in the United Kingdom at the start of the Brexit negotiations, set to begin on June 19. Merkel says talks with Britain on its withdrawal from what will now be the 27-member European Union would start "in the coming days". She held talks on Friday morning with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, reaching a quick understanding to form a new government.