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Author: 0 Conway, ABC host tangle over Trump's involvement in son's statement

I'm not the president's lawyer here. Pressed on the issue further, Conway said Trump had "not even discussed" firing Mueller and was cooperating with the investigation. "It is in everyone's best interest for Bob Mueller to be able to carry forward this investigation to its conclusion, so that we can get back to working in a responsible and bipartisan way".

World Man dies after boat sinks off Shoreham, Sussex
Author: 0 Man dies after boat sinks off Shoreham, Sussex

Two coastguard helicopters along with several lifeboats were called and pulled two men from the water. He added: "The body of one man has been recovered from the sea and brought ashore by coastguard helicopter". The 45-year-old from London was discovered "clinging to a buoy" west of Shoreham, police said. Andy Jenkins, controller with the UK Coastguard, said: "The information we have received says there are potentially three others who are in the water".

World Businesses Damaged by Possible Tornado in Tulsa
Author: 0 Businesses Damaged by Possible Tornado in Tulsa

Sunday and possibly two other smaller tornadoes touched down later near Inola and Claremore, about 25 miles (40 kilometers) east and northeast of Tulsa. Tornado sirens were not sounded in Tulsa ahead of an EF-2 tornado early Sunday because the storm that spawned it intensified and moved too quickly.

World Atlantic high pressure to affect weekday weather
Author: 0 Atlantic high pressure to affect weekday weather

Monday Night .Mostly cloudy. Shower/storm chance lingers. Northeast winds 5 to 10 miles per hour. We will be rounding out this weekend with another nice morning and early afternoon, but then rain and thunderstorms return and are here to stay.

World Taliban, Daesh kill 50 civilians in northern Afghanistan
Author: 0 Taliban, Daesh kill 50 civilians in northern Afghanistan

It is unclear who the attackers were. Provincial Governor Zahir Wahdat said on August 6 that the victims were mostly civilians, including women and children, and some local security forces. Fighting has escalated as the Taliban insurgency spreads from its traditional strongholds in southern and eastern Afghanistan to the once peaceful northern region, where Taliban have been recruiting from the youths.

World Chicago to sue Trump Justice Dept. over funding threat, mayor says
Author: 0 Chicago to sue Trump Justice Dept. over funding threat, mayor says

Yet despite such pressing issues facing the city, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has chose to focus on keeping Chicago's sanctuary city status safe. The Trump administration has requested $380m in funding next year. City officials said complying with the new requirements, to get federal money, would violate Chicago's "Welcoming City" ordinance - a law which prohibits the CPD from giving federal officials access to people in custody, bans ICE agents from police facilities for interrogations and bars cops ...

World Syria army advances against IS, approaches Deir Ezzor: monitor
Author: 0 Syria army advances against IS, approaches Deir Ezzor: monitor

The Syrian army is also fighting ISIL in central Homs province, where overnight they captured the last extremist-held town in the area, the Observatory said. The Syrian Observatory said since the Eastern Ghouta truce was declared on July 22 it had recorded at least 25 civilian deaths, including seven children, and dozens of injuries.

World Rosenstein Says Trump Russia Probe Is Not a 'Fishing Expedition'
Author: 0 Rosenstein Says Trump Russia Probe Is Not a 'Fishing Expedition'

Sessions said this week that the Justice Department plans to increase the use of subpoenas of reporters to obtain information about sources who leak classified information. "I don't think you can draw any general line like that, it depends on the facts and circumstances". "I've never seen it this bad". Rosenstein said the goal of the moves Sessions announced on Friday was to fight leaks, not to interfere with the work of the news media.

World Muguruza cruises but Kvitova is eliminated
Author: 0 Muguruza cruises but Kvitova is eliminated

Surprisingly, Bellis was the player dictating play throughout the match as she handled the pressure well, served much better than her more experienced opponent and was very solid in her play. "But I definitely played a really unbelievable match from my standards". "I wasn't really going for winners or doing anything fantastic it was just really solid, smart tennis".

World Venezuela Socialist Party official says
Author: 0 Venezuela Socialist Party official says "irregular situation" controlled

Sponsored content: Download our Executive Briefing to learn how agency and industry experts are using cloud for data and application strategy. “The captured subjects confessed to having been hired in the states of Zulia, Lara and Yaracuy by activists of the Venezuelan extreme right (the opposition) in connection with foreign governments, ” the Maduro Regime claimed.

World Police launch terror investigation after armed man arrested at Eiffel Tower
Author: 0 Police launch terror investigation after armed man arrested at Eiffel Tower

Under questioning, the suspect stated that he wanted to attack a soldier and that a member of the Islamic State extremist organisation had encouraged him to act, according to a source close to the investigation. Monuments in the French capital are occasionally evacuated for security reasons as part of those measures. The suspect, wearing a Paris Saint-Germain soccer shirt, was "very quickly overpowered and arrested" by a security guard when he tried to force his way through barriers on ...

World Brothers and sisters across India gear up to celebrate Raksha Bandhan
Author: 0 Brothers and sisters across India gear up to celebrate Raksha Bandhan

However, people this year seem to have chose to lend that attractive piece of thread with a novel meaning and spirit, that is, of kinship between two humans irrespective of the gender, age and relationship. I had met them during my solo ride to Shirdi. "It is a thread representing a bond of inspiration ". Sisters tie a rakhi around the brother's wrist for his wellness and pray for his safety.

World US, Russian envoys to discuss Ukraine soon: Lavrov
Author: 0 US, Russian envoys to discuss Ukraine soon: Lavrov

Lavrov cited upcoming talks involving Russia, Iran and Turkey about how to ensure the truce in the last safe zone to be established, around the northwestern city of Idlib. In the same statement, Lavrov said he "had a lengthy meeting with Rex Tillerson ". Lavrov says American Kurt Volker will travel to Russian Federation to discuss the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

World Pence slams Times story about 2020 bid as 'disgraceful and offensive'
Author: 0 Pence slams Times story about 2020 bid as 'disgraceful and offensive'

The Times reported that Pence has set up an independent fundraising committee and packed his schedule with events with party donors. Mr Pence spoke out in response to a New York Times article detailing his notable political activity in recent months, including the creation of his own political action committee and meetings with Republican donors at his private residence.

World 'Sweep was the best option against Ashwin and Jadeja'
Author: 0 'Sweep was the best option against Ashwin and Jadeja'

He also commented on Shikhar Dhawan's inclusion in the match and said, "Shikhar Dhawan has to play in the team". Virat Kohli praised the effort of the Indian team after they registered a convincing innings and 53 runs victory over Sri Lanka in the second Test at Colombo .Speaking at the post-match presentation, Kohli said, "I am very happy with the way team performed, Saha was agile and safe behind the stumps".

World Netanyahu backs push to shut down Al Jazeera's Israel offices
Author: 0 Netanyahu backs push to shut down Al Jazeera's Israel offices

According to Kara, Al-Jazeera is used by militant groups to "incite" violence. Ayoub Kara made the announcement on Sunday during a press conference, where he said that he meant to lodge a request to revoke credentials of all Al Jazeera journalists and close down the network's office in Jerusalem .

World 12 killed in Lone wolf attack at Catholic church in Nigeria
Author: 0 12 killed in Lone wolf attack at Catholic church in Nigeria

A Xinhua reporter in the state said the identity of the attackers and their motive have not been established as an investigation is underway. State police chief Garba Umar said that so far no arrests have been made and preliminary investigations by the police revealed that the attack was carried out by natives of the area.

World GST will impact govt welfare schemes: Chandrashekhar Rao
Author: 0 GST will impact govt welfare schemes: Chandrashekhar Rao

In a sudden development late on Saturday, Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao made a decision to move the Supreme Court against the Centre for imposing GST on work contracts. BJP also asked, why is KCR being an advocate for EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) contractors, and said it's not the job of a chief minister to take up lobbying for lowering their taxes or increasing their profit margins.

World Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China
Author: 0 Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China

The foreign ministers issued the statement ahead of ASEAN meetings including Monday's ASEAN Regional Forum in Manila, the Philippines. Southeast Asian foreign ministers expressed grave concern on Saturday about rising tensions on the Korean peninsula stemming from long-range missile tests by North Korea that "seriously threaten" global peace and security.

World Tillerson assures North Korea 'We are not your enemy'
Author: 0 Tillerson assures North Korea 'We are not your enemy'

White House adviser Sebastian Gorka thinks President Trump's tweets are the key to solving the North Korea crisis. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will press China and other Asian countries to take tougher action against North Korea when he attends regional meetings in Manila starting this week, a senior U.S.

World Internet services disrupted for hours in Pakistan, flights cancelled
Author: 0 Internet services disrupted for hours in Pakistan, flights cancelled

Authorities were unable to fix the inoperative CMV 4. "The global consortium has identified the fault in IMEWE cable near Saudi Arabia and is now working to resolve the issue", PTCL tweeted earlier today. TWA and Pakistan Telecommunication Limited (PTCL) are the only two companies with landing rights in Pakistan for internet and voice data traffic. Among the flights a Manchester-bound national carrier flight 701 and Islamabad to Dubai private flights were canceled.