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They were forced to flee after Abu Aisha was killed but returned sometime later to launch Wednesday's unprecedented assault. The 5 attackers struck at Iran's most potent symbols: its parliament complex in central Tehran and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini who led the 1979 Islamic revolution.
  • Today's Senate hearing: Coats refuses to discuss Trump conversations

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    Mark R. Warner's, D-Va, question of whether Trump asked him to deny the existence of any evidence showing coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, as the Post reported last month. King hammered relentlessly on the point that there was no legal reason at all for Coats not to answer questions in open session and Coats answered, in effect and repeatedly, that he would prefer not to.
  • Apple updated the iPad Pro with a bigger and better ProMotion display

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    With an upcoming software update for iPhones and iPads, Siri will learn your habits based on what articles you might be reading, for instance. And while the announcement was certainly not a surprise, the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system will be packed with "new experiences and hundreds of features".
  • London Bridge terror attack killers named by police

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    May, under fire because of three major attacks in Britain in the last three months, said Corbyn wasn't fit to safeguard Britain's security at a time of heightened threat. British counterterrorism investigators searched two homes Monday and detained "a number" of people in the investigation into a van and knife attack in the heart of London that left seven people dead.
  • Moment Donald Trump seems to be snubbed by new French President

    Moment Donald Trump seems to be snubbed by new French President

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    Mr Macron walks down the path heading straight towards Mr Trump , but at the last moment swerves to greet Ms Merkel, the head of the Western military bloc, and other leaders. Whatever views he may have expressed privately are unknown. "You can see Macron trying to get away from the situation - he puts his arms on Trump to stop him pulling him inwards".
  • Netanyahu: Israel will not relinquish security control over Judea and Samaria

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    The state of Israel grew in both land mass and spirit during the Six-Day War in June 1967, but an ethical dilemma has stuck with the country over how to handle the Palestinian question. Antonio Guteress said. Piper insisted that for the humanitarian sector of the United Nations, the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories represents the most enduring crisis in its history.
  • Distrust of Trump marks Comey's testimony about his firing

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    The president never followed up on his comment about the Flynn affair, and Comey continued the Flynn investigation (meaning he didn't really consider it a directive); Trump did not object to investigations into other members of his team, even going so far as to say it would be "good to know" if his subordinates were engaged in wrongdoing; and the only explicit request Trump made of Comey regarding the Russian Federation probe was to state publicly that Trump himself was not under ...
  • The overlooked surprises of Apple's WWDC keynote

    The overlooked surprises of Apple's WWDC keynote

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    You cannot only turn a live photo into a video loop but also make your photos bounce back and forth. In a classic why-didn't-they-do-this-sooner move, Apple finally added peer-to-peer payments to Apple Pay . Just how good the instructions are remains to be seen, but we're keen to try it out later this year . Apple has been making devices with 64-bit processors rather than 32-bit processors since 2013, when it introduced them with the iPhone 5S and the iPad Air.
  • Election a disaster for PM May: Sturgeon

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    The sentiment was also noted by CNN's Nic Robertson. Mr Ross, who is now an MSP at Holyrood and also a professional football referee, overturned his rival's majority of 9,065 to win the constituency. this is our second best ever result, and we've won the election in Scotland. Mr Salmond, whose father died this week, said: "The Scottish National Party have lost many fine parliamentarians this evening and that is a grievous blow to the SNP".
  • Saudi Arabia and allies release Qatar 'terror list'

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    Qatar firmly denies the allegations. However, Western diplomats accuse Qatar's government of allowing or even encouraging the funding of some Sunni extremists, like al-Qaida's branch in Syria . What seems clear is that the Gulf states want to beat their brother to line and they are ready to go to all lengths including diplomatic isolation, brutal blockade, starvation and if necessary, economic strangulation.
  • Apple shows off HomePod Siri speaker

    Apple shows off HomePod Siri speaker

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    Amazon and Apple declined to comment on how their differences have affected customers. If the speculation pans out, the speaker would be Apple's first new product since its smartwatch in 2015. Year-over-year, the number of USA consumers using voice-activated assistant devices is up 128.9%, according to eMarketer. Apple late arrival comes even as it pioneered the voice assistant industry by launching Siri in 2011 with the iPhone 4S.
  • Tories unseat SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson

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    She said: "Every single seat is a contender next time round". Mr Salmond, the SNP's foreign affairs spokesman, had swept to power in the seat with a 8,687 majority in 2015, overturning decades of Liberal Democrat rule. Former SNP leader Alex Salmond has lost his Gordon constituency to the Scottish Conservatives. The Tories have grabbed 12 mostly rural seats from the SNP - but Labour and the Lib Dems have also made gains in Scotland.
  • Scottish independence dealt a blow after nationalists suffer losses

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    Ms Sturgeon said "Undoubtedly the issue of an independence referendum was a factor in this election result, but I think there were other factors in this election result as well". As group leader at Westminster, and as a result of the SNP's newly-acquired third-party status, he was handed the task of challenging the UK Government on everything from welfare reforms to Brexit and foreign affairs.
  • Cómputos dan ventaja a Alfredo Del Mazo

    Cómputos dan ventaja a Alfredo Del Mazo

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    En el cómputo distrital por candidato que emitió el IEEM a las 18:00 horas, el candidato del PRI tenía 33.71%, con 2 millones 39 mil 631 sufragios y la de Morena alcanzó 30.87%, con un millón 867 mil 890. Los resultados del PREP de los demás candidatos sí coinciden entre lo reportado por distrito y lo registrado en las actas electorales. Allí el partido del presidente Enrique Peña Nieto recibió una paliza, perdió la gobernación, el congreso estatal y la mayoría de las presidencias ...
  • Iran attackers fought for Islamic State in Syria, Iraq

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    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif condemned Trump's statement , calling it " repugnant " and accusing the US of supporting ISIS. The six attackers who struck two targets in the Iranian capital Tehran were Iranian nationals, the country's security forces confirmed on Thursday, adding that they had arrested a female suspect for questioning.
  • Apple to update iOS to prevent distracted driving accidents

    Apple to update iOS to prevent distracted driving accidents

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    Apple has spent more than $1 billion on acquisitions and conducted years of research and development on AI and AR. Now you'll be able to start taking notes with your Apple Pencil directly from lockscreen - all you'll have to do is to touch the pencil on screen of iPad, and a new window will pop up where you'll be able to note down or draw anything that you want to.
  • UK Election: Polls Open After Campaign Dominated by Brexit ,Terror Attacks

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    As incumbent, May has the right to make the first attempt to form a coalition, though her tough stance on Brexit is likely to make finding a suitable partner hard. This is mainly because both the parties are more against Brexit than the Labour Party itself. They can traditionally rely on the support of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party , who in 2015 won eight seats and are forecast to win the same number again.
  • The reason Republican senators weren't smiling during Comey hearing

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    Many described the senate hearing as "Super Bowl of Washington' ". Diane Feinstein questioned Comey specifically on his assertion that during a meeting with Trump in the Oval Office, the president said he hoped that the FBI director could drop the investigation into Michael Flynn .
  • May's Authority in Brexit Talks Destroyed After Losing Majority Parliament

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    Having won all but three of Scotland's 59 seats in the British parliament in 2015, their share of the vote fell sharply and they lost seats to the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats. Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said Sturgeon should take the prospect of a new independence referendum off the table. Johnson was already "sharpening the knives for Theresa May ", Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson said.
  • North Korea fires suspected cruise missiles close to US aircraft carriers

    North Korea fires suspected cruise missiles close to US aircraft carriers

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    Under third-generation leader Kim Jong Un , North Korea has been conducting missile tests at an unprecedented pace in an effort to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of hitting the mainland United States. In 2016, the North's sole major ally China banned exports to the country of jet fuel and other oil products used to make rocket fuel. Moon urged the military to strive towards achieving "self defense capability" against North Korean nuclear and missile threats, an ...
  • Gov. Malloy announces new Amazon center in North Haven

    Gov. Malloy announces new Amazon center in North Haven

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    Amazon has established a significant footprint in CT - very good news for our workforce and our economy. Amazon already has a fulfillment center on Old Iron Ore Road in Windsor and a sorting center on Research Parkway in Wallingford .
  • 12 killed in twin Iran attacks

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    Iran's Revolutionary Guards had earlier accused Saudi Arabia and the USA of being behind the attacks. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has condemned Tehran's twin terror attacks as "cowardly", stressing the country will crush enemies' plots through unity and solidarity.
  • What We Learned From Former FBI Director James Comey 49:00 Download

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    Trump's lawyer Marc Kasowitz said the president "never told Mr Comey "I need loyalty, I expect loyalty" in form or substance", rejecting a key allegation. His unorthodox behavior - from unfiltered tweets , to "politically incorrect" assertions, to a rejection of presidential norms - stems from a free-wheeling career in business and entertainment, and no background in politics or public service.
  • CCTV reveals the moment police shot London Bridge terrorists

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    United Kingdom security was on high alert following the attack at London Bridge , in which eight people were killed and over 50 others injured when three assailants mowed down pedestrians on the bridge and then launched a stabbing rampage at the nearby Borough Market.
  • Apple unveils refreshed 12-inch MacBook with faster Intel processors

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    At its developer conference in San Jose, California, Apple unveiled new iMac desktop computers with brighter displays and faster Kaby Lake chips from Intel and more powerful graphics processing for virtual reality applications. To keep you from confusing the new model with the regular iMac line, the iMac Pro gets a sleek new look in Space Gray, but the important changes are all inside.
  • 'Manspreading' is now a no-no in Madrid's public buses

    'Manspreading' is now a no-no in Madrid's public buses

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    Madrid council, led by a coalition backed by the left-wing Podemos party, said the new rule was aimed specifically at "male transport users (who) open their legs and occupy two places". Similar initiatives have been launched around the world. In fact, official signs are about to go up on public transportation. Madrid joins other cities like NY which, back in 2015, put up graphics with the message "Dude, stop the spread", prompting men to lash back with infuriated emails to the MTA about ...
  • UK election shock could delay and soften Brexit

    UK election shock could delay and soften Brexit

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    With the negotiations set to start on June 19, and Britain plunged into a state of political crisis, talks with Brussels are in disarray. "The date for the beginning of negotiations is now unclear". "Now is the time to move on from the rhetoric of the election campaign and focus on preparing for Brexit talks. Instead of strong and stable leadership we witness chaos and uncertainty".
  • Corbyn: May has 'lost' bid for mandate and should go

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    Prime Minister Theresa May called the snap vote in April, when opinion poll ratings for her and her centre-right Conservative party were sky-high, presenting herself as the strong leader to steer the country through tough negotiations to leave the EU.
  • Nick Clegg first 'big beast' to lose seat

    Nick Clegg first 'big beast' to lose seat

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    Here are eight big names who lost their seats after Britons cast their votes in the General Election 2017. It would leave May short of an overall majority and leave the United Kingdom with a hung parliament. Cameron appointed her public health minister in 2013, a role which she continued in until June 2016 until she moved to the Treasury in the role of financial secretary in May's government.
  • Scandal, What Scandal? Jared Kushner Seeks To Shrug Off Russia Probe

    Scandal, What Scandal? Jared Kushner Seeks To Shrug Off Russia Probe

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    All questions about the ongoing investigation pertaining to Trump team's contacts with Russian officials will reportedly be referred to Trump's lawyer. While his departure day is still unknown, he resigned on May 18th in a private meeting with president Trump and offered to stay on until the President completed his first worldwide trip to ease the transition.
  • Chelsea Manning talks leaks, transition after prison release

    Chelsea Manning talks leaks, transition after prison release

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    No one directed me to do this. "This is me. It's on me". Manning - at the time a 22-year-old private named Bradley - disclosed information including US diplomatic correspondence, evidence of civilian deaths in Afghanistan, and profiles on Guantanamo prison camp detainees.
  • Election results 2017: What does it mean for Brexit?

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    It is bad. She is in a very hard place. The lack of a clear majority for any party could force a more consensual approach. For the right of the party, who have always been opposed to Corbyn's leadership, and for the party's lawmakers, the vast bulk of whom a year ago signed a motion of no confidence in Corbyn, as well as for much of the British media, who have always written Corbyn off, this represents a major surprise.
  • Louisiana Senate rejects House budget offer

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    While Democrats don't have enough votes in the House to stop the $28 billion operating budget from moving forward, they can block the construction budget from being passed. One senator, speaking to The Independent on condition of anonymity, recounted an encounter between a House negotiator and Senate President John Alario.
  • NWS: 30-degree temperature change to bring heat wave

    NWS: 30-degree temperature change to bring heat wave

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    The first heat wave of 2017 is expected to roll over Madison starting on Saturday , with temperatures reaching the 90s for the first time this year. Light and variable wind becoming southeast 5 to 8 miles per hour in the morning. Today , it will be sunny with a high near 83, the weather service said. Otherwise, mostly clear, with a low around 51. Overnight lows will drop down near 60 degrees again with clear skies and calm winds.
  • Trump Can Be His Own Worst Enemy

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    Trump posted in reaction to the weekend terror attack in London . President Trump tweeted on Monday that he prefers to call the measure a " travel ban " as opposed to "some politically correct term". Trump said he needed only 90 days to draft the vetting procedures, but now has been in office for nearly 125 days, Rove said, more than enough time to have achieved the goal.
  • Apple reveals price of new products in India

    Apple reveals price of new products in India

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    Many of these capabilities are found in the first official video released for the new iPad Pro tablets. It also acts as an app switcher: dragging the app icon from the dock to the screen will open it next to the app that is now open. The company also updated its desktop operating system, called High Sierra, which it says sees its Safari search engine perform 80% faster than Chrome.
  • Opening statements expected in murder-for-hire retrial

    Opening statements expected in murder-for-hire retrial

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    The ex-husband of a former Florida escort who's accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill him has testified that someone twice planted illegal drugs in his auto. Her case drew national attention when those secret recordings went viral and were shown on the television show "Cops" which had been in town filming at the time.
  • London attacker's mother says he was radicalised in Britain

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    Citing intelligence sources, Italian dailies Corriere della Sera and La Repubblica said Zaghba was met at the Bologna airport by Italian intelligence agents each time he arrived in Italy to visit his mother after his initial run-in with Bologna airport authorities on March 15, 2016.
  • Voters think Trump uses Twitter too much

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    The margin of error is plus or minus 2 percentage points. Trump voters also have a bone to pick with the president himself. A narrow majority of Republican voters want President Donald Trump to hand over control of his Twitter account to members of his communications staff, according to a poll published Wednesday.