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One killed, two injured in London Underground stabbing

One killed, two injured in London Underground stabbing

[ad_1] Three people have been stabbed, one fatally, in a knife attack outside a London Underground train station, according to reports. The victims, all male, were targeted at the Parsons ...

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Key U.S. Republican says Trump must work with Europe on Iran

Key U.S. Republican says Trump must work with Europe on Iran

[ad_1] U.S. Senator Bob Corker, the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, urged President Donald Trump’s administration on Monday to work closely with European allies as it develops ...

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Jeremy Corbyn’s minister for peace calls for arms embargo on Saudi Coalition against Yemen

Fabian Hamilton has called for ban on arms exports to all members of the Saudi-led coalition and for the creation of a ministry of peace A Labour government would ban ...

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Officials in Charlottesville launched lawsuit aimed at preventing the hateful demonstrations

Officials in Charlottesville launched lawsuit aimed at preventing the hateful demonstrations

The city of Charlottesville, Virginia, launched a lawsuit this week aimed at preventing the hateful demonstrations that resulted in deadly violence this summer. They marched in formation down the streets ...

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Jürgen Klopp criticises England for playing Jordan Henderson in Lithuania

Jürgen Klopp, England, playing, Jordan Henderson, Lithuania

Jürgen Klopp has criticised Gareth Southgate’s use of Jordan Henderson during the international break and claimed it made “no sense” to play the Liverpool captain against Lithuania. Henderson played the entirety ...

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Why it’s not too late to step back from the Brexit brink

Brexit, UK, British government

Since triggering Article 50 in March, the British government’s position on Brexit has appeared unshakeable. In the words of a DExEU (Department for Exiting the European Union) spokesperson, “The British ...

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‘We can prove Brexit doomsayers wrong’: Theresa May

‘We can prove Brexit doomsayers wrong’: Theresa May

Theresa May will tell parliament later that the UK can “prove the doomsayers wrong” when it comes to Brexit. The prime minister will say “progress will not always be smooth”, ...

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Washington expels 15 Cuban diplomats over ‘acoustic attacks’

Washington expels 15 Cuban diplomats over ‘acoustic attacks’

The US has expelled 15 Cuban diplomats, saying Havana failed to protect US diplomats from mysterious acoustic attacks. Cuba’s Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez called the move “unacceptable”. The Department of ...

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Brexit news: The UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations will come in for criticism

Brexit news: The UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations will come in for criticism

The UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations will come in for criticism in the European Parliament later. MEPs will vote on a motion saying the UK’s approach to financial issues has ...

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Paul Pogba’s Manchester United absence declared ‘long-term’ by Mourinho

Paul Pogba, Manchester United, absence, ‘long-term’, Mourinho

José Mourinho has confirmed Paul Pogba will be out of action for Manchester United for an extended period of time as he recovers from a “long-term” hamstring injury. The severity of the ...

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