• Brit street on LOCKDOWN after 'gunshots' heard
Brit street on LOCKDOWN after 'gunshots' heard

Eyewitnesses described the incident as "scary" and said they heard up to 20 rounds being fired from the balcony of a residential property. "Officers are now negotiating with the man as they work to resolve the situation". "Police told me to stay in my house". The resident continued saying he heard a man call out that he needed medical treatment...

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  • Starz announces 'Outlander' season 4 premiere, renews for seasons 5 and 6
Starz announces 'Outlander' season 4 premiere, renews for seasons 5 and 6

Outlander Season 4 is still now in production in Scotland and will follow Claire and Jamie as they embark on a new adventure in a whole new world: colonial America. Thus, the Seasons 5 renewal is not a particular surprise, though the Season 6 renewal certainly speaks to the faith Starz has in this show. "I have no doubt we are doing a season 5".

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  • Germany: We will remain committed to nuclear deal
Germany: We will remain committed to nuclear deal

The pact was created to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear bomb. Expressing concerns over "a risk of confrontation" and "a setback for peace", Le Drian, along with his German and British counterparts, said he would meet Iranian officials on Monday to discuss the situation.

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  • Season over at Bayern for Neuer, doubts over World Cup
Season over at Bayern for Neuer, doubts over World Cup

He has been back in training with Bayern, but Heynckes has told kicker that he won't play in the final Bundesliga game of the season on Saturday against Stuttgart - although he left the door open for Neuer to play some part in the German Cup final against Eintracht Frankfurt on May 19.

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  • Storms possible overnight, some severe Wednesday
Storms possible overnight, some severe Wednesday

Severe chances ought to be a bit lower east of Interstate 95, because storms may not arrive in that area until after the peak heat of the day. The ingredients are here for thunderstorms this afternoon and evening to be able to produce widely scattered areas of severe weather.

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  • Indian refiners in no rush to seek alternatives to Iranian oil
Indian refiners in no rush to seek alternatives to Iranian oil

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up 1.43 dollars per barrel, or 2.1 per cent, at 70.49 dollars a barrel, near highs also last seen in late 2014. The result has been a sharp increase in prices, which has been broadly welcomed by OPEC members, especially Saudi Arabia, which needs the revenues to pay for its ambitious transformati...

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  • Blatter Opposes World Cup Multiple Co-Hosting
Blatter Opposes World Cup Multiple Co-Hosting

Despite Mexico already hosting the football showpiece twice and the U.S hosting in 1994, a coalition bid between Mexico, the United States and Canada are favourites to host the 2026 tournament. De María said the United States government's assurances that it would allow entry to "all eligible athletes, officials and fans from all countries aroun...

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  • Amber Portwood Gives Birth to Baby #2
Amber Portwood Gives Birth to Baby #2

And now, the Teen Mom OG kiddo is bonding with her real-life sibling. The newborn baby joins his big sister Leah (9), whom Amber shares with ex-fiance Gary Shirley . "And I was happy in about 30 minutes". "I needed to see where I was in my head and it's a lovely thing because I just feel better". 'I had a concern with my depression when I ...

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  • Met Gala 2018: Every Celeb Couple Who Walked the Red Carpet!
Met Gala 2018: Every Celeb Couple Who Walked the Red Carpet!

The 2018 Met Gala in New York City took place on Monday, and dozens of celebrities lined up to attend the glamorous annual fashion event that has been called the "Oscars of the East Coast" in certain circles. Her show-stopping outfit featured a tall, intricately beaded headdress that resembled a bishop's hat, and a long jacket festooned in ...

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  • Theresa May urges Cabinet not to undermine free press in Commons vote
Theresa May urges Cabinet not to undermine free press in Commons vote

It proposes launching a new, judge-led inquiry into alleged data protection breaches by national newspapers and other media companies, within three months of the bill becoming law later this year. Blackmail threatGary Shipton, deputy editor-in-chief of Johnston Press , publishers of the i, said: "Local newspaper editors uphold an extremely high s...

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  • Judge blasts special counsel Robert Mueller's criminal case against Paul Manafort
Judge blasts special counsel Robert Mueller's criminal case against Paul Manafort

During a tense hearing for Manafort, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III rebuked Mueller's team. "You don't really care about Mr. Manafort's bank fraud", said Ellis, who is known for being combative with attorneys in his courtroom. The current version has been heavily redacted, he said. The judge asserted it appeared that the indictment against ...

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  • Modi mocks at Rahul's self-declaration as 'PM candidate'
Modi mocks at Rahul's self-declaration as 'PM candidate'

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has sent a notice for defamation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah BS Yeddyurappa for accusing him of corruption. All of a sudden one person came and he declared....(he) did not care about others who are standing in the line. It was time for Karnataka to say goodbye to the Congress, Prime Minister ...

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  • Chocolate covered motorway leaves Polish drivers in a sticky situation
Chocolate covered motorway leaves Polish drivers in a sticky situation

A fire official from the town in western Poland said the removal process was very hard, adding that oil stains are easier and quicker to remove than smeared chocolate . "It will take a few hours or more ", she told the Times . A tractor-trailer carrying liquid chocolate overturned on Poland's A2 highway on May 9.

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  • IMD: Strong winds coming for Delhi
IMD: Strong winds coming for Delhi

After a hot summer day, the national capital was hit by a dust storm on Monday night and brought the temperature down, according to the weatherman. Normal life was disrupted in parts of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi with the India Meteorological Department predicting more bad weather on Wednesday.

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  • Denver Mayor's Son Curses at Officer During Traffic Stop
Denver Mayor's Son Curses at Officer During Traffic Stop

Jordan Hancock paid a $250 speeding fine after a brief court appearance on Monday, but did not speak to reporters. Meanwhile, the video's been picked up by national outlets including the Washington Post . Both father and son have faced scrutiny in the past. "Of Denver?" the officer replied. And in 2014, according to the Denver Post , Jo...

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  • Did an alligator snatch a Florida teen? The search is on
Did an alligator snatch a Florida teen? The search is on

Neighbors in the area say their lake is known to be home to multiple large gators. The agency is treating it a case of a missing person and possible drowning, he said. Two ambulances were also called to the area. "Updates will be provided as info becomes available", the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission tweeted.

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  • HRW: Israel attempting to shut down human rights record criticism
HRW: Israel attempting to shut down human rights record criticism

In April, a French mayor was denied entry to the West Bank by Israeli authorities because of his support for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement. HRW called on Israeli authorities to reverse the decision. The 2011 Boycott Law paved the way for lawsuits to be levied against individuals and entities, whether Israeli or foreig...

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  • Donald Trump Disses Nobel Prize
Donald Trump Disses Nobel Prize

I want victory for the world. "So that's the only prize I want", Trump said in response. "Everything can be scuttled, a lot of things can happen", he said. Reiss-Andersen stated. "We appreciate it and we appreciate President Xi", he said. "Everyone thinks so, but I would never say it", said Trump, who is preparing to meet face-to-face with No...

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  • Gujarat HSC science, GujCET results on Thursday
Gujarat HSC science, GujCET results on Thursday

While speaking to India.com, GSHSEB chairman A J Shah confirmed the same and said that the only the Class 12 Science exam results will be declared tomorrow. The results will be displayed on the screen. Almost 18 lakh students appeared for this year's GSEB Board class 10th and 12th exams. Candidates are suggested to download their results and take...

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  • Iran to wait few weeks before pulling out: Larijani
Iran to wait few weeks before pulling out: Larijani

Bridges said he was on the side of European leaders, who want to see some sort of deal continue. Trump announced Tuesday that the USA would exit the accord aimed at curbing the Islamic Republic's nuclear program and reinstate financial sanctions on the country.

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  • Saudi to lift driving ban on women June 24
Saudi to lift driving ban on women June 24

And it came amid growing tension between the Sunni kingdom and the Shiite Islamic republic over Iran's support for the Huthi rebels in Yemen, who have been firing rockets across the border. Saudi Arabia and its allies launched a war in March 2015 on behalf of Yemen's internationally recognized government against the Houthis, who control Yemen's cap...

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  • IGP Ibrahim Idris shuns Senate for the 3rd time
IGP Ibrahim Idris shuns Senate for the 3rd time

Also, Emmanuel Bwacha called for a closed session for the lawmakers to determine the action to be taken by the Senate against the IG. The closed session which started in at 12:24 p.m. The Senate issued a third summons following a suggestion by Saraki. As a result of this, the lawmakers have made a decision to declare the IG persona non grata, s...

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  • Paraguay confirms it is moving embassy to Jerusalem
Paraguay confirms it is moving embassy to Jerusalem

A traffic island located next to the new American embassy in Jerusalem will be named in honour of the United States and President Donald Trump. President Donald Trump overturned decades of USA policy past year by announcing the Jerusalem move.

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  • Emergency alert test didn't work for all phones in Manitoba
Emergency alert test didn't work for all phones in Manitoba

At around 2:05 p.m., some people did receive the emergency alert. If this had been an actual emergency or threat, you would now hear instructions that would assist you to protect you and your family. The RCMP asked the public not to call 911 to get more information, as all additional details will be provided through the media. "We want to ensure 91...

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  • Contested Primaries Boost Early Voting Numbers
Contested Primaries Boost Early Voting Numbers

Registered voters who are in line at 8 p.m. will be allowed to vote. The model would maintain most facets of the current administrative model while eliminating the need for the final count of absentee ballots, which under current legislation takes place 13 days after General Voting Day.

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