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Qatar says backs Kuwait mediation efforts over rift with Arab states

Qatar says backs Kuwait mediation efforts over rift with Arab states

The gas-rich country has denied the allegations. Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards, a powerful branch of the country's military, vowed revenge for the attacks and blamed them on longstanding regional rival Saudi Arabia. Pakistani TV showed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa arriving in Riyadh on Monday. Hamas arch-terrorist Saleh al-Arouri and other terrorists from the Gaza-ruling group, who had found a safe haven in Qatar, were reportedly expelled from Doha due ...



Closing arguments set in police officer's manslaughter trial

Then, "without any warning". Yanez fatally shot Castile in his auto last year while his fiance, Diamond Reynolds , and 4-year-old daughter were sitting in the vehicle. Yanez testified Friday that he meant that he didn't know where the gun was "up until I saw it in his right thigh area". "I had no other choice". "I did not want to shoot Mr.



Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'

A three-judge panel heard oral arguments on that case last month. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the Trump administration's second attempted travel ban just 17 weeks after it struck down the first . Further, the order runs afoul of other provisions of the INA that prohibit nationality-based discrimination and require the president to follow a specific process when setting the annual cap on the admission of refugees.



President Trump said United Kingdom election results were 'surprising'

The DUP said only that it would enter talks. "As I reflect on the results I will reflect on what we need to do in the future to take the party forward". Corbyn faced intense opposition from the right-wing tabloid press and from the Evening Standard, newly edited by former Treasury chief George Osborne, whom she fired when replacing Cameron last summer following the Brexit vote.



Brexit minister Davis says United Kingdom could still walk away with no deal

Brexit Secretary David Davis said British Prime Minister Theresa May was not sobbing over last week's failed election gamble when he met her after the vote, Davis said on Monday. "If you go into a negotiation without the ability to walk away then you will have a poor outcome in that negotiation", he said on BBC radio, adding that he expected Britain would be able to agree a deal with the EU.


Four lines of possible questions for Attorney General Sessions

Four lines of possible questions for Attorney General Sessions

There had been some question as to whether the hearing would be open to the public, but the Justice Department said Monday that Sessions requested it be so because he "believes it is important for the American people to hear the truth directly from him".