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French President-elect Macron's team says open to talks with conservatives

French President-elect Macron's team says open to talks with conservatives

He has also said that "we have a duty to let everybody practice their religion with dignity", though he believes that "when one enters the public realm, the laws of the Republic must prevail over religious law". May says an election win will strengthen her hand in Brexit negotiations, but opponents of her negotiating strategy fear it will drown out Labour's voice in the debate over what kind of deal Britain should seek from Brussels.


PM Modi leaves for home after Lanka visit

PM Modi leaves for home after Lanka visit

Explaining how Sri Lanka contributed to revive Buddhism in India, he said “you took us back to our own roots.”. Before leaving for Colombo , he wrote in a Facebook post that it was an honour for him to join these celebrations with Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Wickremesinghe.



Trump Keeps Controversies Smoldering With a Warning for Comey

Senate Intel Committee Ranking Member Mark Warner said he's hoping to hear from Comey in the "not-to-distant future". Trump is elected President, defeating Clinton by winning 304 electoral college votes to her 227. Asked if Trump recorded conversations with Comey and if there are recording devices in the White House, Spicer did not give yes-or-no answers. "As a very active President with lots of things happening, it is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with ideal ...



Hampshire NHS Trust cyber attack statement

The Government Communications Security Bureau says it has not received any reports of the "WannaCry" malware infection affecting computers in New Zealand. Most of the affected hospitals were in England, but several facilities in Scotland also reported being hit. "Like several other trusts across the country, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is now experiencing a cyber attack, which is affecting some services".


Backed fighters hunt for IS holdouts in Syria's Tabqa

Backed fighters hunt for IS holdouts in Syria's Tabqa

Sources said technicians at the dam had fled as fighting intensified in recent days, and on Thursday a fix team was on standby to enter and assess any damage to the structure after the SDF finished clearing mines laid by ISIL. US officials have indicated that 120 mm mortars, machine guns, ammunition and light armored vehicles were possibilities. It is the highest-ranking meeting of diplomats from Ankara and Washington since the USA authorized the further arming of Coalition ground forces on ...


Iraqi's Shiite militias launch anti-IS push west of Mosul

Iraqi's Shiite militias launch anti-IS push west of Mosul

Trapped in a shrinking area with no way out, the militants are hitting back with a barrage of suicide vehicle bombs and snipers hidden among hundreds of thousands of civilians they are effectively holding hostage. She said the militants were setting civilian cars and trucks on fire to create smokescreens. People are surviving on ground wheat boiled in water, 31-year-old Qatra al-Nada Abdullah said, because ISIS fighters were keeping any food or water that is left for themselves.