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Deal to keep Tories in power not done yet

May lost her parliamentary majority in Thursday's snap election, prompting her to seek the support of the DUP's 10 MPs to stay in power. British media reported that moves were afoot within May's Conservative Party to dislodge her, while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , who exceeded expectations in Thursday's vote, called for her to go and said he could form a government.



'Your turn will come': Islamic State threatens attacks in Saudi Arabia

On Thursday, Iran's Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavai said investigators were working to determine whether Saudi Arabia had a role Wednesday's attacks but said it was too soon to say if that was the case. Tehran , though, firmly believes that its regional rivals and the U.S. are behind attacks. Iran has also battled Saudi-backed Sunni groups in both countries.


White House clams up about Russian Federation investigations

White House clams up about Russian Federation investigations

His comments came on the heels of the resignation of White House Communications Director Mike Dubke-who did not have a relationship with Trump prior to taking the post. Deputy press secretary, Sarah Sanders, filled in, prompting rave reviews from the media and feeding more rumors that Spicer would be replaced. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Wednesday the administration was referring "all matters" regarding the Russian Federation investigation to President Donald Trump's ...


Philippines' Duterte not aware of US support against Islamists in Marawi

Philippines' Duterte not aware of US support against Islamists in Marawi

An American spy plane was spotted flying in Marawi last Friday. "I am no American puppet ", Duterte said in September 2016. Nandiyan na rin. It could save lives. Mr. Duterte also said he " never approached America " for help. "Hindi magtatagumpay ang Maute forces", he said. U.S. special forces were helping provide intelligence to the Philippine military, but were not involved in combat operations, said Lieutenant Colonel Jo-Ar Herrera, an army brigade spokesman.


Theresa May's top aides resign after election fiasco

Theresa May's top aides resign after election fiasco

Theresa May's shambolic general election campaign presented Labour with an "open goal" - but the party missed it, the former shadow chancellor, Chris Leslie, warned yesterday. The alliance makes some modernising Conservatives uneasy. "I felt what the prime minister needs when you're going through a tough time like negotiating Brexit is diplomats, not street fighters", Perrior, who quit before the election, told BBC radio.