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Tom Cruise Confirms TOP GUN 2!

Tom Cruise Confirms TOP GUN 2!

TomCruise just confirmed that Top Gun 2 is happening! "It is definitely happening", Cruise told the program. Cruise, who is now promoting his upcoming re-boot of The Mummy , has been dodging questions about the long-discussed sequel to the 1986 film for years. Read More

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16 bodies found were civilians fleeing militants — Philippines military

Central Bank Governaor Amado Tetanco, Jr. also shared that it is a very decisive move on the part of the government to declare Martial Law to improve the security, peace as well as law and order. Hence, it is now increasingly becoming necessary to use more surgical airstrikes to clear the city and to bring this rebellion to a quicker end". Some rights activists and lawmakers say martial law across the island is an overreaction that will increase the risk of human rights abuses by security ... Read More

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Trump tells 'confidants' US will leave Paris climate deal - Axios

President Donald Trump has privately told "confidants" he intends to leave the Paris accord on climate change , "according to three sources with direct knowledge", Axios reported Saturday. "His views are evolving, he came here to learn", Cohn said. "The United States, however, is undergoing a review process". According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, the US has previously been ranked the world's second-highest emitter, behind China. Read More

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G7 leaders divided on climate change

US President Donald Trump opted to walk a few hundred yards to the Air Force One rather than jump into the presidential limousine after his speech at the US Naval Air Station Sigonella, Italy. During his just-completed overseas trip, Trump refused to join the other six nations of the G7 in reaffirming "strong commitment" to the Paris Agreement. Read More

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South Korea fires at North 'object'

Both sides frequently try to flood each other propaganda, and tensions have risen as North Korea makes progress in developing nuclear weapons despite United Nations sanctions and global pressure to stop. The government has already adopted measures of its own, such as a ban on exports from and imports to North Korea , and a ban on the re-entry of North Korean officials stationed in Japan who have traveled to North Korea . Read More

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Kushner sought secret back channel with Russia

Kushner sought secret back channel with Russia

The Post reported that "Kislyak said Kushner suggested using Russian diplomatic facilities in the United States for the communications". Yet while Mr Trump was largely able, while he was overseas, to keep away from the controversy over his campaign's alleged collusion with Moscow to influence the 2016 election, once he set foot back in Washington it was there to engulf him. Read More

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Poll shows Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches

Poll shows Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches

Security minister Ben Wallace dismissed Labour's plans to boost intelligence services, saying it would simply produce "James Bonds who would be licensed to do absolutely nothing". "Northern Ireland shows us that the way forward is not just about the military, it's about engaging communities", she said. "It's 34 years on". The Conservatives say the Labour leader's sums "don't add up". Read More

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House intel Dem would review Kushner's clearance

Just back from visiting the Middle East and Europe, Trump on Sunday dismissed recent reports as " fake news ". But on Sunday, Trump resumed his media bashing, calling leaks out of the White House lies, decrying the use of anonymous sources and complaining Greg Gianforte's special congressional election win Thursday got short shrift. Read More

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Saudi Claim to Lead Muslims Gets a Trump Boost

Saudi Claim to Lead Muslims Gets a Trump Boost

He also called on the Israelis and Palestinians to make compromises for peace - but gave no specific details on what he meant. The Palestinian Authority controls the West Bank and is seated in Ramallah. "The last two days was not a matter of policy". "It was a visit of intent, of his intent to reach out and help us reach a final agreement". One of these signals was raising the idea of the U.S. Read More

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Islamist militants kill 19 in south Philippines: army

The Philippine army has been trying to flush out rebels of the Islamic State-linked Maute group from the island. He and Filipino rights activists warned it sent the wrong signal to soldiers that they could commit rights abuses as they enforced martial law in the southern region of Mindanao, which Duterte imposed to quell what he says is a major terrorist threat. Read More

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UNSC condemns North Korea's latest missile launch

Liu spoke after a closed-door Security Council meeting on North Korea's latest missile test on Sunday. The United States has also called on all states to sever or downgrade diplomatic and commercial relations with North Korea . The U.N. Security Council condemned the launch and again expressed its concern over the North's behavior. Traditionally, the United States and China have negotiated new sanctions before involving the other 13 UN Security Council members. Read More

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Saharanpur DM, SSP suspended, transferred DIG, Div Commissioner after fresh clashes

Saharanpur DM, SSP suspended, transferred DIG, Div Commissioner after fresh clashes

Lalji Prasad Nirmal, the president of Dr Ambedkar Sabha, a Dalit outfit, blames the new government of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for the violence and says the decision to allow Mayawati in the strife-torn village was a grave mistake. Eight people were injured in the incidents. Police officer Aditya Mishra said one person was killed and dozens injured in violence May 23. Nine FIRs were registered on that day and 17 people were arrested. Read More

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Fresh from his travels, Trump rails on Twitter about fake news

In an earlier tweet today, Trump hailed what he called the trip's "great success". Andrew Hemingway, who co-chaired Trump's campaign in New Hampshire, said Trump won't have trouble countering anonymously sourced reports. Yet in a blizzard of tweets on Sunday, the president denounced the media's use of unnamed sources as "fake news", and again took aim at reporters as "the enemy". Read More

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Home secretary hopeful Diane Abbott says she no longer opposes security services

Home secretary hopeful Diane Abbott says she no longer opposes security services

Mr Corbyn himself faced further questions about the IRA on ITV1's Peston on Sunday. "I don't have the same hairstyle, I don't have the same views". It was 34 years ago. "Bear in mind that Tony Blair met on very many occasions with people who were involved in Sinn Fein and people who may have known about terror attacks, but that's what he had to do to bring about the peace process", she said. Read More

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Venezuela Announces Regional Elections for December 10

Venezuela Announces Regional Elections for December 10

The opposition has refused to participate in Maduro's bid to convoke a special congress to rewrite the nation's 1999 constitution drafted under the leadership of the late President Hugo Chavez as a mean of resolving the crisis. Maduro asked the crowd, presenting the proposed 540-member body as a way to defuse increasingly violent protests, which he says are part of a US-backed conspiracy to overthrow "21st Century socialism". Read More

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Deputy killed in MS shooting spree identified

The accused, Willie Godbolt, even spoke directly with a reporter, Therese Apel, after being detained by police, telling her that the policeman he shot and killed was "just in the way". Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman Warren Strain said that prosecutors planned to charge Godbolt with murder but that it was too soon to say what the motive was. Read More

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NKorea fires apparent Scud-type missile into eastern waters

NKorea fires apparent Scud-type missile into eastern waters

Won't room be created for the regime of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to accept its policy change only after tough sanctions and pressure are added on both the diplomatic and military fronts? North Korea last test-fired a ballistic missile on May 21 off its east coast and said on Sunday it had tested a new anti-aircraft weapon supervised by leader Kim Jong Un. Read More

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The handshake between Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump who enjoys the Net

The handshake between Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump who enjoys the Net

The Washington Post reports that France's ambassador the United States , Gerard Araud , had warned Macron to expect a handshake pissing contest with Trump - advice Macron clearly headed. Both men's jaws seemed to clench. "I don't believe in diplomacy of the public invective but in bilateral dialogues". The uncomfortably long, white knuckled handshake between the two leaders at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation conference quickly went viral on Thursday. Read More

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UP girl tops CBSE Class XII exams with 99

Raksha Gopal, a Humanities student from Amity International School in Noida, topped the exam with 99.6 per cent marks, scoring a flawless 100 in English, Political Science and Economics. Witnessing the percentages going as high as 99.6 per cent, there will again be a cut throat competition for popular courses at Delhi University colleges. Read More

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Trump meets European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders in Brussels

Trump meets European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders in Brussels

The Wall Street Journal editorial board pushed back on Thursday, lambasting the press for crying wolf every time Trump opens his mouth. All six major industrialized powers are trying to convince Mr. "He's fully committed [to Article 5]". But Trump is set to face pressure from British Prime Minister Theresa May over leaks to the U.S. media of details of the probe into the Manchester attack. Read More

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N. Korean leader oversees test of anti-aircraft weapon

N. Korean leader oversees test of anti-aircraft weapon

KCNA cited Kim as ordering officials to mass-produce and deploy the system all over the country so as to "completely spoil the enemy's wild dream to command the air". In March, when North Korea launched four missiles at once, three of them landed within Japan's exclusive economic zone, which extends 200 nautical miles from Japan's coast. Read More

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