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Pakistan says inflicted heavy losses on Afghan border forces

Pakistan says inflicted heavy losses on Afghan border forces

The Afghan government swiftly rejected the claims, saying the fighting left four people, including two security personnel, dead on its side with more than 30 wounded. But Samim Khpalwak, a spokesman for the governor of Kandahar province, said the Pakistani team had strayed across the border. Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemned what he said was the grave incident of firing by Afghan forces, and he termed it as most unfortunate.


New poll finds huge public support for Jeremy Corbyn's manifesto promises

New poll finds huge public support for Jeremy Corbyn's manifesto promises

The Labour leader was due to unveil the poster on London's South Bank on Thursday morning. But Mr Brown failed to mention Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at all in a 25-minute campaign speech, instead urging voters in Coventry to back Labour's three candidates for the city at the General Election.



Trump, Putin to Meet in July, Russian State Media Says

Detailing his talks with the USA officials Lvvrov said, "Today, Rex and I discussed the ways to advance the agenda, which includes the Syrian issue, so that we could come up with some tangible decisions before the presidents meet". Trump seemed to add some credence to the claim when he said during an interview with NBC Thursday that he considered "this Russian Federation thing" before Comey's firing.



Trump says he was always going to fire Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Two of the instances occurred over the phone, Trump said, and one happened during a private dinner with Comey at the White House. Noted legal scholar Laurence Tribe told AFP that if Comey did indeed answer Trump's question, it would violate Department of Justice rules and "would be unthinkably unethical and unprofessional in this situation".