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Warburton captains the Lions, no place for Hartley

Scroll through the gallery above to see which players have been selected in the British & Irish Lions squad for the 2017 New Zealand tour. Jones has taken on the captaincy duties for Wales this season while Warburton has played superbly, adding to the conundrum for Gatland, who will return to his day job as Wales coach after the tour.


May calls for early poll to strengthen Brexit hand

May calls for early poll to strengthen Brexit hand

Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond said: "This courageous decision by the Prime Minister will give the country a chance to unite behind a strong leader to secure the best Brexit deal for the United Kingdom, including free trade, and not the so-called hard Brexit".



Macron, Le Pen edge further ahead in poll

The top three candidates in France's presidential election have embarked on a final push in Paris to pull in undecided voters and shore up their bases in a contest which has evolved into a too-tight-to-call contest between the far right, far left and centre.


N. Korea's behaviour can not continue: United States national security adviser

N. Korea's behaviour can not continue: United States national security adviser

Zhongnanhai sells the trucks to a dealer in the border city of Dandong before they are resold to North Korea, he said. By keeping discussions focused squarely on North Korea and shared U.S. "It's a failed test - follows another failed test". It might not be a coincidence, then, that the naval strike group headed for North Korea shortly thereafter, keeping in mind as well that Trump had just recently concluded his first meeting with Chinese President Xi.



SCOTUS Execution Halt Is Little Deterrence For Arkansas

Don Davis would be the first to die. It's the second time that Davis has come within hours of being executed before courts intervened. "I am disappointed in this delay for the victim's family.While this has been an exhausting day for all involved, tomorrow we will continue to fight back on last-minute appeals and efforts to block justice for the victims' families", Gov.


Syria: 126 killed as bomb hits buses with evacuees, group says

Syria: 126 killed as bomb hits buses with evacuees, group says

Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, and Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV said 3,000 people were to be evacuated from Foua and Kfarya, while 200, the vast majority of them fighters, were to be evacuated from Zabadani and Madaya.