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Theresa May's Conservative Party hold 19 point lead in UK election poll

Theresa May's Conservative Party hold 19 point lead in UK election poll

Parliament will still sit for another fortnight, but party leaders wasted no time in hitting the campaign trail on Wednesday evening. Appearing at a campaign event in central England, May refused to say whether she would rule out higher taxes when asked three times by reporters.



French presidential election: Voters flood to ballot box as polls open

A man casts his vote for the first-round presidential election at a polling in Tulle central France, Sunday, April 23 , 2017. Polling stations are scheduled to close at 7 p.m. Almost 47 million people were eligible to vote in the eurozone's second biggest economy. The abstention rate reached a record level at 28 percent in France's 2002 presidential election, when the then National Front leader, Le Pen's father Jean-Marie Le Pen, made it to the run-off before he was beaten by conservative ...


North Korea warns Australia of nuclear strike for 'blindly' following US

North Korea warns Australia of nuclear strike for 'blindly' following US

According to a translation of a report by the North Korean state news agency KCNA , a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of North Korea directly criticised Ms Bishop. The Obama administration believed that North Korea's actions would only further undermine its legitimacy, and isolate it on the world stage to the point it would abandon its nuclear program, and commit to productive dialogue.


U.S. defies both letter, spirit of nuclear deal: Javad Zarif

U.S. defies both letter, spirit of nuclear deal: Javad Zarif

Russian Federation dismisses as false a Reuters report saying a government think tank controlled by President Vladimir Putin developed a plan to swing the 2016 USA presidential election to Trump. JCPOA stands for Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the formal name of the Iranian nuclear deal. The announcement of the review of the nuclear deal was made despite Iran fulfilling its commitments under the deal according to the latest review which was announced earlier this week.



Germany: anti-immigration AfD Party leader to step down

A Cologne police spokesman said the situation was " fairly aggressive ", while an iron bar was thrown at an AfD delegate said a BBC reporter. Two police officers were injured and a police vehicle was set ablaze. Petry told Reuters the AfD should have decided at the congress on its future strategy and drawn red lines, adding the AfD could learn from France's Marine Le Pen as her National Front had seen election results improve since doing so.


Donald Trump will be insistent on funding border wall

Donald Trump will be insistent on funding border wall

In February, Trump told reporters, "DACA is a very, very hard subject for me", and he has since mentioned that he plans to deal with the issue with "great heart". Mr Trump has requested $1.4bn (£1.09bn) to start the construction of the wall. "Shutdown is not a desired end", Mulvaney said. "We have many, many more important criminals to go after", he said.