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WikiLeaks awaits UK decision on Assange's status

WikiLeaks awaits UK decision on Assange's status

The Swedish prosecutor in charge of the investigation, Marianne Ny, did not disclose her intentions in advance, but she was due to address a news conference at 12:00 (1000 GMT) on Friday. The US government has said the documents were stolen by Russian hackers, and deliberately released to undermine faith in the election and destabilise Clinton.



May seeks Brexit mandate with Conservative manifesto

The Labour manifesto published this week pledged to drop the bill, replacing it with an EU Rights and Protections Bill, though it was not clear how the two would differ. "We will leave the European Union and take control of our money, take control of our borders, take control of our laws", she said to applause from the audience.


Man attempts to attack Kapil Mishra

Man attempts to attack Kapil Mishra

Drama erupted over the the assailant's affiliation with both AAP and BJP terming him an activist of the rival party. The attacker identified as Ankit Bhardwaj reached the site when Mishra was lying on the bed and surrounded by media persons and his supporters.


Suspected drunk driver plows into pedestrians in Times Square, killing one

Suspected drunk driver plows into pedestrians in Times Square, killing one

He was combative with officers arresting him, authorities said . Authorities said it didn't appear to be an act of terrorism. Police said the driver is in custody and this is believed to be an isolated incident. According to a person who works in the area and spoke to Jalopnik, no vehicles are now allowed in Times Square and buildings were on lockdown until just after 2 p.m.



Burnaby kids embrace NDP sweep in Student Vote

Horgan often took swipes at Clark during the campaign, accusing her of putting the interests of wealthy donors ahead of most British Columbians. Weaver had requests to speak with B.C. When the campaign kicked off April 11, the Liberals held 47 of the Legislature's 85 seats, the NDP had 35, the Greens one and there was one independent.