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Jeremy Corbyn could have been Prime Minister if it wasn't for Scotland

May's Conservatives will now likely seek to form a majority with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), which succeeded in winning 10 seats in the election and now holds the balance of power in the UK's 650-seat parliament. "The country needs a period of stability and whatever the results are the Conservative Party will ensure we fulfil our duty in ensuring that stability so that we can all, as one country, go forward together", she said.


Rosenstein says he's seen no good cause to fire Mueller

Rosenstein says he's seen no good cause to fire Mueller

Sessions on Tuesday denied any involvement in possible collusion between Russian Federation and members of Trump's campaign , testimony Sessions called "unsettling". Maybe that is because Jim Comey said last week , as he said to Donald Trump , that on three times he assured him he was not under investigation.


US Recognizes Progress of Taliban Movement in Afghanistan

US Recognizes Progress of Taliban Movement in Afghanistan

In February, General John Nicholson , who commands North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces in Afghanistan, warned that he needs "a few thousand" more troops to reverse what he called a stalemate. "In just a few years, if we don't change the trajectory, we will lose our qualitative and our quantitative competitive advantage", Dunford said, warning "the consequences will be profound".


Sharif to appear before Panama Papers probe panel on June 15

Sharif to appear before Panama Papers probe panel on June 15

The summon was issued to Sharif, 67, after he returned from his Kazakhstan visit where he attended the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit. On May 5, Pakistan's Supreme Court constituted the six-member JIT to probe the offshore properties of Sharif and his family. Subsequently, the apex court rejected Hussain's plea, seeking exclusion of the two JIT members.



US State Secretary: North Korea Frees American Citizen

In this undated photo published on September 7, 2013, on the homepage of North Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, talks with former National Basketball Association player Dennis Rodman during a dinner in.



Trump to take questions in wake of Comey testimony

Sen. Susan Collins of ME says Trump had a chance to settle the matter when he held a news conference Friday at the White House, but he didn't. But by continuing to expostulate, he risks not only incriminating himself but irritating the prosecutor overseeing the probe.