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Man arrested near UK Parliament in court on terror charges

Man arrested near UK Parliament in court on terror charges

The 27-year-old Londoner was arrested at gunpoint in the street near Parliament on April 27 as part of what police called an ongoing counterterrorism operation. As the allegations were put to him, Ali replied: "I don't recognise the charges". Senior District Judge Emma Arbuthnot directed the court that not guilty pleas be entered on his behalf.


Xi, Moon agree on denuclearizing NKorea

Xi, Moon agree on denuclearizing NKorea

The deployment of THAAD was agreed past year by South Korea's previous administration after North Korea conducted a long-range rocket launch that put an object into space. The North's state-run propaganda Web site Uriminzokkiri claimed that North Korea policies that are hostile to fellow countrymen and intensify confrontation should be fundamentally eliminated.



We are closing the gap on the Tories - Corbyn on Labour's results

Sky News is projecting that Theresa May would win a Commons majority of 48 in the General Election based on an analysis of local election results. We know this is no small task - it is a challenge on a historic scale. "But let's take the Tory argument at face value". "We did hear coming back from the doorsteps a message from traditional Labour voters that, in a campaign overshadowed by national issues, they are not feeling confident the party is strong in the Labour values".



Russia's central bank says domestic banks withstood massive cyber attacks - RIA

A Telefonica spokesman said a window appeared on screens of infected computers that demanded payment with the digital currency bitcoin in order to regain access to files. Authorities in Britain have been braced for cyber attacks in the run-up to the vote, as happened during last year's US election and on the eve of the French vote.



Mets suspend Matt Harvey three games for violation of team rules

Harvey, nicknamed the Dark Knight, is in danger of falling permanently out-of-favor with the Mets. "We have gotten where we have gotten the last two years with all of the things that have happened here because we have a tremendous clubhouse", Collins said.


US President Donald Trump couldn't care less about the James Comey mess

US President Donald Trump couldn't care less about the James Comey mess

It also escalated a potentially damaging standoff between a fuming, undisciplined president and the unorthodox lawman he dismissed three days earlier. But now that Comey has been fired, they felt free to discuss it on the condition of anonymity. Trump said in a string of Twitter posts on Friday. Some have said Comey expressed major concerns about Trump, reportedly telling friends the president is "crazy".