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Speaking to BBC's Good Morning Scotland, the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) said that her government would be trying to keep Scotland in the European Union and the single market. Heappey's comment will be unhelpful to Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Conservatives in Scotland, who has been leading a revival of the party's fortunes there and whose MPs have become the main threat to Sturgeon's dominant SNP.
  • Trump looks to move quickly on appointing new Federal Bureau of Investigation chief

    Trump looks to move quickly on appointing new Federal Bureau of Investigation chief

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    In a striking reversal one day earlier, President Trump told NBC News that he planned to fire Comey even before meeting with top-ranking Justice Department officials and soliciting their recommendations on his performance. Trump said in a tweet that he followed up in a second missive: "Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future "press briefings" and hand out written responses for the sake of accuracy???" During the transition, Trump's advisers floated the idea of moving the ...
  • Donald Trump, Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan face crisis in first meeting

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    The meeting is considered high stakes for the nascent Trump administration as it looks to engage regional allies in delicate security matters while enforcing global standards for human rights. "The retaking of Mosul and Raqqa is an worldwide security priority", the French government said. Despite Turkey's claims that "the war on terror" should include the fight against the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and the YPG, none of the global actors recognize the YPG as a terrorist organization.
  • PM felicitates Dr Hassan Rouhani on his re-election

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    The re-election is likely to safeguard the nuclear agreement Rouhani's government reached with global powers in 2015, under which most worldwide sanctions have been lifted in return for Iran curbing its nuclear program. The Tehran Stock Exchange rallied after the election results came out, extending a recent winning streak to close almost 1 percent higher at its highest level in three months.
  • Pro-Assad forces attacked by USA warplanes for first time

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    According to Fox News, a U.S defense official said "The coalition commander assessed the threat and after shows of force didn't stop the regime forces and those forces refused to move out of the deconfliction zone, the commander on the ground called for the air strike as a matter of force protection".
  • TIMELINE: Kingston Frazier's tragic death

    TIMELINE: Kingston Frazier's tragic death

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    Mississippi Bureau of Investigation special agent Rusty Clark said in a sworn statement the AP obtained that Wakefield implicated McBride in interviews as the one who stole Archie's vehicle and shot and killed her son. Within a short time , authorities say two subjects in a Honda Civic pulled up to Archie's vehicle. Velma Eddington, Frazier's great-aunt, said the family was thankful for people's support but said his death was the result of evil.
  • Pak can't hang Jadhav till final verdict: ICJ

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    He said the ICJ had given its point of view on Jadhav's case to get counselor access. Pakistan today was in shock as it was confident that the ICJ will throw out the case on the grounds of jurisdiction. Despite several requests, the Indian government has also not been provided the first information report (FIR), charge-sheet, or a copy of the Pakistani military court's verdict against 46-year-old Jadhav.
  • Iowa to pay $6.5M to settle landmark sports bias lawsuits

    Iowa to pay $6.5M to settle landmark sports bias lawsuits

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    Griesbaum, a former Iowa Field Hockey coached who was sacked, will receive $300,000 in wages, $1,187,588.98 for emotional distress damages, and $1,062,411.02 in attorney fees. The Athletics Department will fund all the settlements, and is a self-sustaining department that does not receive tuition or taxpayer funding, according to a press release from UI spokesperson Jeneane Beck.
  • Korea calls on S. Korea to resume cooperative projects

    Korea calls on S. Korea to resume cooperative projects

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    The North has ignored calls to curb its weapons programmes, defending them as necessary to counter USA hostility. Secretary of Russia Security Council Nikolai Patrushev has accused the world powers of pushing North Korea towards the development and nuclear weapons and other ballistic missile assets.
  • Microsoft to Blame US National Security Agency for WannaCry Ransomware

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    Of course, with anti-virus software, the same principle applies: Make sure to keep the anti-virus app up-to-date, too, so it blocks the latest emerging malware. Around two days ago, anti-virus software maker Quick Heal Technologies had said Kolkata was one of the worst affected cities by WannaCry ransomware, placing it among the top five states with maximum detections of the attack.