• China lodges solemn representations with United States over Huawei
China lodges solemn representations with United States over Huawei

Asked if he believed more companies would stop working with Huawei, Mr Pompeo said: "We do". They didn't say "oh, you shouldn't do this because we're going to have a bad year" - because they've had 20 bad years if you really look if you take a look at those charts, way back, longer than that.

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  • U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May Promises Departure Date
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May Promises Departure Date

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn were both quick to blame the other side, with Corbyn announcing via a letter to the prime minister that discussions had "gone as far as they can" because "we have been unable to bridge important policy gaps between us".

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  • U.S. charges WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with espionage
U.S. charges WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with espionage

Assange was previously indicted by a United States grand jury over his interactions in 2010 with Chelsea Manning , the former Army intelligence analyst who shared hundreds of thousands of classified war logs and diplomatic papers with WikiLeaks .

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  • Out-of-control wildfire forces 4,000 High Level residents south to safety
Out-of-control wildfire forces 4,000 High Level residents south to safety

Winds are forecasted to be out of the southeast for the next several days, which will continue to push the fire away from homes and other buildings. Residents in Yellowknife and the Northwest Territories have reportedly noticed smoke drifting north, and residents in High Level, Alberta have said that smoke created dark skies throughout the day....

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  • US to roll out economic part of Mideast peace plan
US to roll out economic part of Mideast peace plan

President Donald Trump's Mideast envoy, Jason Greenblatt, said it was "difficult to understand why the Palestinian Authority would reject a workshop created to discuss a vision with the potential to radically transform lives and put people on a path toward a brighter future".

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  • More severe storms on the menu
More severe storms on the menu

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson declared a state of emergency, citing worsening flood concerns and soil inundation, as well as forecasts calling severe storms and possible tornadoes into Wednesday morning. The old gym at Bacone College, 2299 Old Bacone Road, is also being offered as a shelter. Roads were closed, and numerous high-water rescues were req...

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  • Saudi Arabia 'Seeks To Avert War, Ready To Respond With Force'
Saudi Arabia 'Seeks To Avert War, Ready To Respond With Force'

Airways over the Persian Gulf provide a primary pathway for planes coming from the United States to the Dubai International Airport in UAE. Shortly after, administration officials warned they were picking up intelligence about Iranian threats to US forces in the Middle East .

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  • India's benchmark indices touch new high on election exit polls results
India's benchmark indices touch new high on election exit polls results

Exit Polls for Nagaland. Predicting the results of an election with around 900 million voters is notoriously hard. "But when there is an expectation that we will win, because people of this country want Narendra Modi to be Prime Minister again, then EVMs are unreliable", Prasad said.

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  • Iran quadruples uranium-enrichment production as U.S. tensions heighten
Iran quadruples uranium-enrichment production as U.S. tensions heighten

Democrats, who requested the briefing to lawmakers, criticized Iran but said its actions were in line with predicted responses to Trump's moves. "I would say to the Iranians: Do not underestimate the resolve on the United States side", UK Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt told reporters in Geneva on Monday.

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  • Trump calls pro-impeachment Republican 'total lightweight'
Trump calls pro-impeachment Republican 'total lightweight'

He again claimed that the Mueller report found "no collusion" and "no obstruction". "How is it possible that a Republican member of Congress is willing to do more than House Democratic leadership to hold Donald Trump accountable?" During Monday night's closed-door House Democratic leadership meeting, Speaker Nancy Pelosi reportedly rema...

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  • UK's Brexit Party maintains big lead in European Union election poll
UK's Brexit Party maintains big lead in European Union election poll

Among ardent remainers who do not intend to see the results of the first Brexit referendum honoured, a second vote is the preferred method of choice to overturn the original decision and see Brexit cancelled for good. Initiating policies that cater for the whole country is a key demand for many Tory MPs in the Black Country. - Alternative arr...

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  • Bernie Sanders: 'Beating Trump is not good enough'
Bernie Sanders: 'Beating Trump is not good enough'

The state's Republican party released a statement in response to Biden's campaign announcement calling his campaign one that "seeks to paint over the failures of the Obama-Biden years and his record as US senator while offering nothing but a continuation of those failed policies".

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  • Trump stops ex-White House counsel Don McGahn testifying to Congress
Trump stops ex-White House counsel Don McGahn testifying to Congress

McGahn, who left the post a year ago, with a legal opinion from the Justice Department to justify his defying the subpoena ", the publication's source claims. McGahn did not carry out Trump's order. "The Democrats do not like the conclusion of the Mueller investigation - no collusion, no conspiracy, and no obstruction - and want a wasteful and u...

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  • Severe weather threatens Oklahoma on anniversary of deadly Moore tornado
Severe weather threatens Oklahoma on anniversary of deadly Moore tornado

This is peak tornado season, CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam said , "with an average of 268 tornadoes countrywide during the month of May". The Storm Prediction Center issued a rare "particularly risky situation" tornado watch for much of western and central Oklahoma, including the entire Oklahoma City metro area, until 10 p.m.

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  • United Nations concerned about rising US-Iran rhetoric
United Nations concerned about rising US-Iran rhetoric

However, the tweet came after a rocket landed less than a mile from the sprawling US Embassy in Baghdad in the Iraqi capital's heavily fortified Green Zone Sunday night. According to U.S. media reports , Trump's long-hawkish national security advisor John Bolton is pushing a hard line on Iran, but others in the administration are resisting.

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  • India will decide Iran oil imports after polls
India will decide Iran oil imports after polls

It didn't give any details. That was after Washington announced in April that there would be no extension of the temporary exemption it had granted India and seven other countries, which had allowed them to import some Iranian oil from November when the sanctions had kicked in.

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  • Brexit rebels tell Theresa May - Your EU divorce deal is dead
Brexit rebels tell Theresa May - Your EU divorce deal is dead

The United Kingdom is now scheduled to leave, with or without a deal to smooth the exit, by October 31. Whether this has a chance of success depends on whether enough MPs would be willing to vote for Labour's Brexit plan without it being subject to another referendum.

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  • Trump Denies He Asked Barr To Probe Russia Origins
Trump Denies He Asked Barr To Probe Russia Origins

Just as Durham gets going, other Justice Department probes into spying are coming to an end. The president reiterated his view that he was the victim of a " hoax " while speaking to reporters at the White House on Tuesday, and praised Barr for his willingness to take a closer look at the FBI counterintelligence probe into his 2016 campaign that...

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  • Huawei offers to sign a no-spy agreement with governments
Huawei offers to sign a no-spy agreement with governments

The emergency order gives the Secretary of Commerce the authority to block any transactions that would pose " undue risk of sabotage to or subversion " of IT or communications technologies and services, or " undue risk of catastrophic effects on the security or resiliency of.

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  • European Union elections: Tories sink to fifth in London, poll shows
European Union elections: Tories sink to fifth in London, poll shows

Labour negotiators want any deal struck with the government reflected in the non-binding political declaration, which sets out the framework for the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union and was published alongside Mrs May's withdrawal agreement.

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