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Kejriwal tries to quell speculation of rift with Vishwas

Kejriwal tries to quell speculation of rift with Vishwas

He said Mr Vishwas' plan B is to quit AAP and join the BJP, taking with him a number of the party's legislators in Delhi. The four MLAs also held a meeting with an unnamed minister, Khan said, citing 10 unnamed MLAs who "revealed this to me".



Trump says he considered 'this Russian Federation thing' before firing FBI Director Comey

Trump said he had never asked Comey to drop the Russian investigation, nor had anyone from the White House. Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday, "the president will be meeting with Acting Director [Andrew] McCabe later today to discuss that very thing - the morale at the Federal Bureau of Investigation - as well as make an offer to go directly to the Federal Bureau of Investigation if he feels that that's necessary and appropriate".



PM in Lanka to re-emphasise traditional Buddhist connect

Sri Lanka's hilly regions home Indian Tamil people who work in tea plantains. Certainly, China has invested heavily in Sri Lanka in recent years, funding airports, roads, railways and ports - installations that can be ostensibly considered to be for economic reasons.



Patients to attend Derriford Hospital as normal after cyber attack

According to Business Insider, as many as 74 different countries have been attacked , even though most reports are coming in from countries in Europe. It is not yet known who carried out the attack but there will be investigations into exactly what happened. "The numbers are extremely low and coming down fast", he said, while cautioning that any change in the original code could lead the worm to flare up again.


European officials hit back at May's claim Brussels interfering in elections

European officials hit back at May's claim Brussels interfering in elections

The EPP said Mr Barnier and Mr Blair will take part in a panel discussion on Brexit and objectives for the upcoming negotiations where the former British prime minister will make his speech. The Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel stepped up the rhetoric again on Friday, insisting: "Those who think in Britain they can push the Brexit button and not have a bill to pay are seriously mistaken".