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McConnell signals doubts about ObamaCare vote

McConnell signals doubts about ObamaCare vote

That's why around 50 LGBTQ citizens and allies in Washington D.C. headed over to Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell's house on July 4th to have a really gay dance party in protest . But zero Democrats are backing it, and a handful of Republican Senators have said they won't support it in its current form - which means, right now, it essentially has no chance of passing.


Kenya announces death of its interior minister and 'gallant officer'

Kenya announces death of its interior minister and 'gallant officer'

Former Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Ole Lenku, who is vying for the Kajiado gubernatorial seat, said the loss will also be felt in the Maasai land where he was regarded as the head, since the death of William Ole Ntimama. "This is one of the most shocking news to the country and the Maa community". "I have personally lost a friend". Kenyans will choose their next president, legislators and local representatives on August 8.


United States bombers conduct bombing drill in S. Korea in warning to North

United States bombers conduct bombing drill in S. Korea in warning to North

U.S. B-1B Lancer flies over South Korea during a joint live-fire drill in this handout picture provided by South Korean Air Force and relased by Yonhap on July 8, 2017. Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday underlined the importance of staying calm in the North Korea crisis, saying nuclear-armed Pyongyang should be dealt with in a "pragmatic" manner.


G20: Trump says he will visit London

G20: Trump says he will visit London

She will also raise the issue of climate change with Mr Trump , following his decision to take the United States out of the historic Paris accord. "We have been working on a trade deal which will be a very, very big deal, a very powerful deal, great for both countries and I think we will have that done very, very quickly".


Pakistani footballers excited to play with their idols

Pakistani footballers excited to play with their idols

The other worldwide players include David James, George Botang, Luis Bova, Nicolas Anelka, Robert Pyres, Ryan Giggs and Roberto Carlos, and VIP security will be given to them. TOI had also wrongly reported earlier that the sports stars arrived in Pakistan on a military jet. The foreign players have reached Karachi from Islamabad.