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New Kingdom Hearts III Trailer Shown Ahead of E3

New Kingdom Hearts III Trailer Shown Ahead of E3

The trailer debuted in Los Angeles during a Kingdom Hearts Orchestra concert Saturday night with Square Enix quickly releasing a subtitled version soon after. Old villains show up again with Maleficient and Pete approaching Hades about the existence of a black box. It's definitely a must-watch for those looking forward to this proper Kingdom Hearts sequel.



Merkel says ready for Brexit talks, assumes United Kingdom sticking to its plan

A party spokesman confirmed the resignation of Hill, a combative character who one former colleague said had helped create a "toxic" atmosphere at the heart of the government. Defending her party's stance on gay marriage in a recent interview, leader Arlene Foster insisted those who characterised the DUP as anti-gay were wide of the mark.


House Intelligence Committee asks White House for any Comey tapes

House Intelligence Committee asks White House for any Comey tapes

Standing with the president of Romania, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partner, Trump at last confirmed his commitment to the alliance's mutual defense pact, Article 5 , uttering words he deliberately did not say when he spoke at NATO's gathering in Belgium last month.



Qatar hit by ratings downgrade over blockade crisis

A separate SPA report on Saturday acknowledged Tillerson's call for Qatar to curtail support for terrorism, but did not mention his remarks that the crisis was hurting ordinary Qataris, impairing business dealings and harming the US fight against the Islamic State militant group.



Iran: US, Saudis supported attacks

On Friday, Iranian authorities arrested 41 people in connection to the Tehran attacks, the authorities could identify only one attacker, Serias Sadeghi. Iran blamed the Wednesday attacks on Saudi Arabia, though no link has been established. "He said, "Such crimes, which are an indication of the malevolence and at the same time lowliness of the perpetrators, are too trivial to undermine the determination of the Iranian nation".



London attackers planned to use lorry

London Metropolitan Police told CNN Butt - the group's alleged ringleader - attempted to rent a larger truck the morning of the attack, but failed to provide payment details. Inspector Jim Cole, who was scrambled from his south London police station, said the response was "like something out of a Battle of Britain film" as officers piled into vehicles.