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Dianne Feinstein 'Increasingly Concerned' Donald Trump Will Try to Fire Investigators

Dianne Feinstein 'Increasingly Concerned' Donald Trump Will Try to Fire Investigators

After Trump's tweet Friday morning, a person close to the president's legal team told NPR's Scott Horsley that the tweet referred to the Wednesday Washington Post report regarding possible obstruction of justice. On Friday, the President tweeted he was under "investigation", which he called a " witch hunt " in another tweet. Rosenstein testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee on June 13.



Qatar crisis - beginning of fight for hegemony, says expert

Qatar Airways released startlingly positive numbers for its fiscal year and also addressed the recent blockade of air space and operations into Saudi Arabia and elsewhere as announced on June 1. It has also increased food supplies to Qatar after the emirate's land border was closed. Turkey has said it would deploy 3,000 ground troops at the base, primarily to serve as a venue for joint exercises.



Ram Nath Kovind is NDA's pick for President

She said that Kovind was declared NDA's presidential choice just because he was a Dalit . While, Opposition parties, media flayed government over the provisions of the new prohibition law, the Governor gave his assent. Prime Minister Modi, who on Twitter said Kovind would make "an exceptional President", personally talked to Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Dr Manmohan Singh to seek their support for the BJP's nominee.


Finsbury Park Attack Suspect's Name Revealed Shouts 'I'm Gonna Kill All Muslims'

Finsbury Park Attack Suspect's Name Revealed Shouts 'I'm Gonna Kill All Muslims'

In addition to the man who died, 11 people were injured, with nine taken to hospital, two in a very serious condition, police said. "This vicious terrorist attack against innocent worshipers is clearly aimed at compromising the values of peace, tolerance and diversity", Algerian Foreign Ministry's spokesman Abdelaziz Benali Cherif said in a statement.



EU's Barnier looks forward to 'constructive' Brexit talks

Brexit Minister David Davis will this morning meet with chief European Union negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels for the first day of what he described as "historic" talks that will set Britain on the road to leaving the EU. Opponents describe that as a " hard Brexit ". Echoing public opinion, five prominent industry groups called for continued Single Market access on Sunday.


Theresa May 'reassures' Irish PM on DUP deal

Theresa May 'reassures' Irish PM on DUP deal

Mr Williamson said of the upcoming Brexit negotiations: "Labour has attempted to block the wishes of the British people every step of the way". Mr Coveney met all the five main political parties and Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire in what was his first involvement in the process since replacing Charlie Flanagan at the head of the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin last week.