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Britain says will be 'positive and constructive' in Brexit talks

As many political analysts have agreed, discontent in europhile Scotland and troubled Northern Ireland, which faces a new European Union border across the divided island, Brexit poses new threats to the integrity of the United Kingdom, which do not seem to visibly affect David Davis , the top British negotiator in Brussels, for whom the hard work "now begins" in his own words.


Muslims targeted by violence in wake of IS-claimed attacks

Muslims targeted by violence in wake of IS-claimed attacks

Imam Mohammed Mahmoud had just finished leading prayers when a panicked worshipper rushed inside the mosque in north London . Adil Rana, 24, who was outside Finsbury Park Mosque when the attack happened, said the imam moved quickly to de-escalate the situation.


Tamim in ICC Champions Trophy team

Tamim in ICC Champions Trophy team

Denied the calming influence of an early wicket, India's bowlers looked nervous. While 22 players battle it out on the pitch, there's hardly anything that helps calm the fans; both raring to go at each other at every instant. A near flawless performance in the field from Pakistan saw India fall a full 180 runs short of their target as they offered little resistance to the Pakistan attack .


Paris police operation underway on Champs-Elysees

Paris police operation underway on Champs-Elysees

The armed driver deliberately plowed into the police vehicle and later died, authorities said. Brandet said bomb squads were still securing the scene. Two police officials told The Associated Press that a handgun was found on the driver, who they said was badly burned after the vehicle exploded.



President Trump to Announce New Cuba Policy

Tom Emmer, R-Minn., said Trump's policy was "misguided" and will hurt the U.S. economically. The Castro government is certain to reject Trump's list of demands, which includes releasing political prisoners, halting what the US says is abuse of dissidents and greater freedom of expression.


Russia Draws A Line Across Syria After US Shoots Down Syrian Jet

Russia Draws A Line Across Syria After US Shoots Down Syrian Jet

The ministry also called on the USA military to provide a full account of why it chose to shoot down the Syrian SU-22. Russia , which is backing the Syrian government regime in its civil war against rebel forces, slammed the US action as a violation of Syria's sovereignty.