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Traders had banked on a comfortable win for May. Political deadlock could derail negotiations with the other 27 European Union countries ahead of Britain's exit from the bloc, due in March 2019, before they even begin in earnest. She entered parliament in 1997 and has held a variety of shadow cabinet posts. The Queen would not expect to become involved in any negotiations, but the Palace would be kept informed via representatives of the political parties or the Cabinet Secretary.
  • Apple Reveals The New iMac Pro - 18-core CPU & 4TB SSD…

    Apple Reveals The New iMac Pro - 18-core CPU & 4TB SSD…

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    As is the norm for the iMac line, the displays really stand out. Read our thoughts on the Apple iMac 21.5-inch and Apple iMac 27-inch models. Those dabbling in Machine Learning can take advantage of the Vega GPU's 22 Teraflops of half-precision computation power. Mail will use less disk space and offer split-screen viewing for easier composing.
  • Exit poll shows Conservatives to be largest party - but without overall majority

    Exit poll shows Conservatives to be largest party - but without overall majority

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    He has long ministerial experience but limited public appeal which could be a problem given the risk that Britain could have to go back to the polls soon if there is a hung parliament . Many forecasters had predicted the Conservatives could win a majority of up to 100 seats. "I don't think that's in the hearts and minds of Londoners at the minute, (not) almost as much as security is", said Sheard, 22.
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    Check out the first new iPad Pro promo video

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    App Store is turning 9 this year and the store has served more than 180 billion downloads and counting. One developer told us it could be up to Apple . iOS 11 is out for developers now, with a final release expected in September. There's a Games tab and an Apps tab with featured apps and they've also put articles about apps on the Today page.
  • Apple unveils first new gadget in nearly 3 years

    Apple unveils first new gadget in nearly 3 years

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    Apple will later this year release a " HomePod " music-centric smart home speaker , challenging a market now dominated by Amazon and Google in its latest move to weave deeper into people's lives. It will allow users to talk to Siri , Apple's digital assistant, while at home and costs US$349 - nearly double the price of most competing products.
  • Sterling slides as exit polls point to hung parliament

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    There were also gains for Mr Corbyn's party in Battersea, Stockton South, Bury North and Vale of Clwyd. People backing Mr Corbyn for leader will win £2.48 for every pound they put on. "The Prime Minister called the election because she wanted a mandate", he said. "It is exactly the opposite of why she held the election and she then has to go and negotiate Brexit in that weakened position", said Professor Tony Travers of the London School of Economics.
  • New Apple iPad rolled out at WWDC 2017

    New Apple iPad rolled out at WWDC 2017

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    Thing is, the new AR functions won't be available on every single Apple device with a screen. iOS 11 won't be supported by iPhone 5 and below , so anyone still holding on to their 2012 tech won't be upgrading their five year old phone anyway.
  • London Bridge attack: Counter terrorism officers raid house in Ilford

    London Bridge attack: Counter terrorism officers raid house in Ilford

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    Both Butt and Redouane lived in Barking, east London, but it is not yet known how the two men knew each other. "A search of the address is ongoing". Saturday night's deadly rampage, in which Butt, Zaghba and Rachid Redouane drove into pedestrians on London Bridge before slitting throats and stabbing people in the bustling Borough Market area, was Britain's third Islamist attack in as many months.
  • Dramatic footage released showing deadly London attacks

    Dramatic footage released showing deadly London attacks

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    With that, 17 people have now been arrested in connection with the attack on Saturday that killed eight people and wounded several. Two men were arrested last night on a street in Ilford, the Metropolitan police said. Another passerby throws a chair to try to stop the attack, and then a City of London police armed response vehicle (ARV) screeches into frame, with three armed officers rushing out of their vehicle in an attempt to save him.
  • General Election 2017: Shock as exit poll predicts hung parliament

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    A delay in forming a government could push back a planned 19 June start date for the talks and squeeze the time available for what are expected to be the most complex negotiations in post-World War Two European history. It projects 34 for the Scottish National Party and 14 for the Liberal Democrats. In 2010 David Cameron's Conservatives formed a coalition with the Liberal Democrats, which lasted for the five year fixed-term parliament.
  • 'I'm in Trouble': Alleged Leaker's Words to Mom in Phone Call

    'I'm in Trouble': Alleged Leaker's Words to Mom in Phone Call

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    Davis said she became a linguist, speaking Arabic and Farsi, and spent four years assigned to the NSA at Fort Mead, Maryland. "Everybody in America knows what she looks like at this point". If you voted for this piece of (expletive), explain this. "The document victor allegedly leaked is the same one used as the basis for the article published on Monday by The Intercept , detailing a classified National Security Agency memo".
  • NSA contractor wanted to 'burn the White House down': Prosecutors

    NSA contractor wanted to 'burn the White House down': Prosecutors

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    Comments Solari said victor wrote in a notebook also concerned the judge: "I want to burn the White House Down ... find somewhere in Kurdistan to live". ►BACKGROUND | Who is Reality Leigh Winner? Winner, prosecutors say when confronted with the allegations, admitted to intentionally leaking the classified document and was arrested June 3 in Augusta, Georgia.
  • London attack: CCTV emerges of police confronting attackers

    London attack: CCTV emerges of police confronting attackers

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    Charisse O'Leary, who married Redoaunein Dublin in 2012, said she has "shed many tears for the people caught up in this horrific incident". The arrests come right around the same time a video of the attackers being shot by police surfaced online.
  • Restrictions in Valley to halt separatist protests

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    Attempts by locals to foil "Cordon and Search Operation" of forces have become common, especially in south Kashmir, with more than two dozen militants, according to police, taking advantage of the clashes between forces and protesters and escaping from cordons.
  • Slater sends final message to Maroons selectors in Storm win

    Slater sends final message to Maroons selectors in Storm win

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    That's despite a multitude of Cronulla penalties for play-the-ball infringements and several flare-ups at the ruck. "They were at their best, the Melbourne Storm , with their wrestle today". I don't think there was anything untoward or anything like that. According to Bellamy, his biggest concern for Cronk wasn't whether he would be physically fine to back up for his third game in eight days, rather how the champion No.7 would cope mentally after a draining couple of weeks.
  • LeBron Says Super Teams Are "Great for the League" and He's Right

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    The 1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins won 14 in a row, but never has a team gone undefeated in a four-round, best-of-seven post-season. Time was running out and the Cavs trailed 116-113. And if the team ever came close to getting back even a semblance of their three-point game which carried them through the regular season, Game 4 could be very tight.
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    He's been in this league for a long time, and he's, I think, at the top of his game at the biggest time". Curry, victor of the last two MVP awards, is fully healthy after struggling through last year's finals. "I don't want to get too far off of the goal at hand and the task at hand". "Their team (in Golden State) was already kind of put together, and you just implement a guy that's ready to sacrifice, a great talent, a guy that's willing to do whatever it takes to help the team win".
  • UAE social media users 'showing sympathy' for Qatar could face jail time

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    He also rejected "a military solution as an option" to resolving the crisis, and said Qatar could survive "forever" despite the measures taken against it. On June 5, the Qatari Ministry of Defense transmitted a message to the governments of the UAE , Saudi Arabia and Bahrain , saying they would fire on any naval ships from those countries that enter into its waters, a USA official said.
  • Apple HomePod VS Amazon Echo: Which One Should You Buy

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    That leaves HomePod in a weird place. Talk of the hub as a rival for Amazon Echo and Google Home are inevitable and valid, but Apple maintains the key comparison should be in audio quality. For those seeking stereo sound, or multi-room audio, Apple's new AirPay 2 will make that feasible. Acoustic and live tracks sounded best from what we heard during the short demo - a live version of Hotel California by The Eagles, which was played using two HomePod devices paired together.
  • Apple announces iOS11 and other tech features at WWDC

    Apple announces iOS11 and other tech features at WWDC

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    During this week's conference, Apple also discussed significant software upgrades for the iPhone, iPad , Mac, Apple TV , and Apple Watch and debuted new iPad and Mac computer models. It will be priced at $349 in the USA, with local pricing announced later in the year. Still, the Apple Watch hasn't been a smash hit, fueling worries that the company's ability to transfix customers had waned after the 2011 death of co-founder Steve Jobs.
  • Italian officials wrote to United Kingdom about Youssef Zaghba, says prosecutor

    Italian officials wrote to United Kingdom about Youssef Zaghba, says prosecutor

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    Scotland Yard has said he "was not a police or MI5 subject of interest". "We could just monitor and surveil him and send a note to British authorities, that's all we could do". "I feel like I did what any other person would have done". She says she is in shock that her son turned out to be one of the killers, and she hurts for the survivors of the victims, struggling to articulate what to say to them.
  • Hands on with Apple's first Developer Beta of iOS 11

    Hands on with Apple's first Developer Beta of iOS 11

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    Another new feature for Messages is iCloud syncing, so that all your conversations will transfer automatically whenever you sign in to a new iOS device. Here is what you need to know about this feature, plus a tutorial on how to set it up. In addition to providing the self-described "biggest AR platform in the world", iOS 11-which will be available as a free update for iPhone and iPad users this fall-also takes several steps toward making modern life less of a chore.
  • Kimberly Atkins: 5 bombshells from Comey's testimony

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    Comey said that he started taking detailed memos of their meeting after their first private conversation on January 6. Former FBI Director James Comey asserted Thursday that President Donald Trump fired him to interfere with his investigation of Russia's role in the 2016 election and its ties to the Trump campaign.
  • Iconic US diplomat Zbigniew Brzezinski dies at 89

    Iconic US diplomat Zbigniew Brzezinski dies at 89

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    He was one of the few foreign policy experts to warn against the invasion of Iraq in 2003. "I love you, Dad". One of his least celebrated: He argued successfully for a helicopter mission to rescue 52 American hostages in Iran , a mission that ended in failure.
  • South Korea stands firm against North Korea post-missile launch

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    The launches today from Wonsan were North Korea's fourth missile test in as many weeks as the country continues to speed up its development of nuclear weapons and missiles. The U.S. last week tested a defense system that it said successfully intercepted and destroyed a mock intercontinental ballistic missile. Last week, North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile that also landed in waters between South Korea and Japan , prompting protest from both Seoul and Tokyo.
  • No bond for woman accused of leaking top-secret documents

    No bond for woman accused of leaking top-secret documents

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    She was arrested at her Georgia home on June 3 and charged with removing classified material from a government facility and mailing it to a news outlet. Prosecutors said she also instructed family members to transfer $30,000 into her mother's account so she'd appear poor enough for a court-appointed attorney.
  • Iran supreme leader: Attacks fuel hatred toward US, Saudis

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    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - Iran's Supreme Leader said Friday that the Islamic State-claimed dual attacks that killed 17 people in Tehran this week will add to the hatred that Iranians harbor toward the US and Saudi Arabia . The Democratic People's Republic of Korea ( DPRK ) expressed condolences Thursday to the victims of the terrorist attacks on the Iranian parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini's mausoleum in Teheran, official news agency reported Friday.
  • Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 set to usher in surprises

    Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 set to usher in surprises

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    Daryanani said Apple may also announce an iPad Pro with a faster processor in an attempt to revive its long-slumping tablet sales. Apple will also have new tools for organizing photos and creating sharable videos. The lack of a breakthrough device has periodically raised concerns that Apple has become too dependent on the iPhone and supported the theory that the company lost its knack for innovation when its co-founder Steve Jobs died of cancer in 2011.
  • Donald Trump undercuts his own aides with travel ban tweets

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    President Donald Trump on Monday denounced the Justice Department's "watered down travel ban " and called for an "expedited hearing" before the Supreme Court . Spicer has also made it a habit of saying "The president's tweets speak for themselves ". The Justice Department last week requested that the Supreme Court take up the case.
  • Whoops: Trump's lawyer defends 'predisent' after Comey testimony

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    Details from some of those memos have been leaked to the press since Trump fired Comey in early May. Comey also is likely to face questions about why he made a decision to share his account of the president's comments only with a small circle of top aides at the Federal Bureau of Investigation - and not inform anyone at the Justice Department.
  • James Comey has his high noon moment before Senate

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    USA stocks closed slightly higher as the market reacted little to Mr Comey's testimony, viewing his testimony alone as unlikely to mark the end of Mr Trump's presidency. "I asked him to, because I thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel". And indeed it did. Fired FBI director James Comey sketched a case on Thursday that President Trump had obstructed justice by directing him to drop the bureau's investigation of former national security advisor Michael Flynn .
  • Iran says 5 Tehran attackers had fought for IS

    Iran says 5 Tehran attackers had fought for IS

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    Iranian women light candles in Mother Square in Tehran in 2001 in memory of victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks. The ministry issued a statement on its website with bloody pictures of the men's corpses. Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard indirectly blamed Saudi Arabia for the attacks in a statement issued late Wednesday that also noted the "spilled blood of the innocent will not remain unavenged".
  • Senators not satisfied with intelligence officials' testimony

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    Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Coats said he would answer questions on the matter from special counsel Robert Mueller, who is now overseeing the FBI investigation following Comey's firing. The special counsel is tasked with, among other things, investigating potential collusion between the Trump team and Russian Federation but also whether the White House subsequently engaged in a cover-up .
  • Arab powers adds Qatar-linked people, groups to blacklists

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    This is the first joint statement issued by Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates , Egypt and Bahrain since June 5 when they cut off diplomatic ties with Doha , alleging the country had been facilitating terrorism in the region. On Tuesday, Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said Qatar must stop supporting terrorist groups like Gaza-based terror organization Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, and urged the Gulf state, facing regional isolation, to change its policies.
  • What we learned from Comey's testimony

    What we learned from Comey's testimony

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    The president's lawyer denied that Trump ever demanded loyalty from Comey, and never asked the FBI boss to drop an investigation into administration official Michael Flynn . Louis upheld a longer prison term after a judge determined that a defendant had obstructed justice when he told someone "I hope and pray to God you did not say anything about a weapon".
  • World Iran Rejects Trump's Condolence Message, Friendship Claims

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    Iran is a majority-Shiite nation, and the Islamic State is a Sunni group that often targets Shiite Muslims. Iran's intelligence ministry said earlier yesterday it had arrested more suspects linked to the attacks, on top of six Iranians, including one woman, detained on Wednesday.
  • Sean Spicer defends Donald Trump's Qatar tweets

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    You can't exclude people from this kind of forum simply because they criticized you or because they mocked you or because they disagreed with what you had to say . Trump acting as our co-counsel". Additionally, the poll was taken before Trump sent out a bevvy of tweets defending his controversial travel ban, which may now trip up the executive order's chances of passing Supreme Court muster.