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World What to Know About Julian Assange's Legal Status
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In a brief statement on the Swedish Prosecution Authority website, the body said director of Public Prosecution, Ms Marianne Ny, has today chose to discontinue the investigation regarding suspected rape (lesser degree) by Julian Assange .

World Three Girls cast: Lisa Riley talks trauma surrounding story
Author: 0 Three Girls cast: Lisa Riley talks trauma surrounding story

In real life, Sara is set to appear on First Dates to reclaim her life after the tragic events. "I'm from Manchester, Rochdale is 11 miles from my home", Lisa shared. "It cocooned my life". "It's important that the BBC took a chance because it could have gone one of two ways". Loose Women panellist Lisa Riley played the mother of Amber and Ruby and was nearly brought to tears while speaking about her role yesterday.

World 'Incredibly shocking' teen rape drama Three Girls sickens viewers
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Appearing as witnesses, Holly and Ruby were forced to relive their ordeals and were accused of lying by the defence teams who told them their abuse was a "lifestyle choice". Nevertheless, I want to end this article on a hopeful note reminding us that we can not allow ourselves to give into despair - even if we end up being a lone voice like Sara Rowbotham.

World Trump willing to use engagement on North Korea crisis: South Korea envoy
Author: 0 Trump willing to use engagement on North Korea crisis: South Korea envoy

US President Donald Trump is looking forward to working closely with his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in and is willing to make peace with North Korea through engagement if the conditions are right, according to a top Seoul envoy. It was the first time Trump has met with a South Korean official since taking office. Adm. Harry Harris Jr. made the remarks at a lecture for a Tokyo think tank after meeting with Japanese leaders that he said focused on North Korea's missile and nuclear ...

World Trump praises Macron for 'big win' in France's election
Author: 0 Trump praises Macron for 'big win' in France's election

His startup political movement - optimistically named " En Marche! ". The gap between yields in Germany and Italy, which faces an election before May 2018, rose to as high as 183 bps, up 10 bps from the day's lows. Trogneaux - now 64 with seven grandchildren - will become France's next first lady. Macron has also said he is determined to develop European defence by coordinating operations and industrial programmes in this area.

World Pakistan moves ICJ to rehear Jadhav case
Author: 0 Pakistan moves ICJ to rehear Jadhav case

Pakistan is considering appointing an "ad hoc judge" for the International Court of Justice's panel that is hearing the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav because of the presence of an Indian judge in the 12-member tribunal, Indian government sources said on Friday.

World In the USA, several people fell from the Ferris wheel
Author: 0 In the USA, several people fell from the Ferris wheel

The three were rushed to Harbor View Medical Center in Seattle after the acident at the Rhododendron carnival in Port Townsend, reported CBS News . Officials said she is in critical condition. Neither Oregon nor Washington have state inspectors who routinely inspect carnival rides; however, both states require insurance companies to get proof of inspections on each ride annually by private inspectors on an approved lists.

Author: 0 South Korea to attend China's Silk Road summit amid diplomatic rift

Earlier in the day, Moon spoke with British Prime Minister Theresa May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Blue House said. On Friday, Russia's President Vladimir Putin told Moon in a phone call he was ready to play a "constructive role" in resolving North Korea's nuclear threat, South Korea's presidential office said.

World Kolkata Shahi Imam Barkati injured in a scuffle after his termination
Author: 0 Kolkata Shahi Imam Barkati injured in a scuffle after his termination

From defying government order to ban use of Red Beacon to issuing a fatwa against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Barakati has courted many controversies in recent times. Barkati refused to attach any importance to the termination notice. "I will continue my work here as an Imam like previous days", he added. The reports suggest that the board is miffed with the Anti-National comments that have brought a tremendous amount of displeasure for the community as well.

World Rajinikanth says system is corrupt, hints at entry into Tamil Nadu politics
Author: 0 Rajinikanth says system is corrupt, hints at entry into Tamil Nadu politics

He said, "Some people are using ill words on social media to criticise me". He has even asked his fans not to be disappointed if he doesn't join the Indian politics as he would continue serving them through his movies. Asserting that he is a "true Tamilian", Rajinikanth said if people ask him to go out of Tamil Nadu, he will only fall in Himalayas and not in any other state.

World LOCAL ELECTIONS: Conservatives take control of Warwickshire Council
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Cllr Truelove wondered if, with a general election around the corner, voters would be less inclined to vote "politically" in the local elections, instead focusing more on the quality of the local candidate than they perhaps would have done had Theresa May not called a snap vote for June 8.

Author: 0 United Nations court orders Pakistan not to execute Indian national

India approached the top United Nations court after Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav, a retired Indian naval officer, was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court last month on charges of espionage and sabotage. However, Pakistan's Punjab province law minister Rana Sanaullah said Islamabad would accept the decision of the International Court of Justice. Pakistani authorities say Jadhav confessed to being assigned by India's intelligence service to plan, coordinate and organise espionage ...

Author: 0 Trump son-in-law family apologizes for China name drop

Meyer was looking for investors under the U.S. EB-5 visa program , which gives wealthy foreign investors permanent American residency if they invest at least a half million dollars in a U.S. And the pitch came with a sweetener: Meyer talked about the Kushner family, including her brother who holds a powerful position in the White House as senior adviser to President Trump.

Author: 0 Liberals win tight poll in Canada's British Columbia, lose majority

Clark, noting the Liberals had won both the popular vote and the most seats, told party supporters in Vancouver Tuesday night that it was her "intention to continue to lead British Columbia". "He's a smart, thoughtful, reasonable guy, and so we've found places where we can work together". The Green Party tripled its seats from the last election, positioning the party to hold the balance of power in a minority government.

World National Safe Boating Week 2017 stresses life jackets
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Saturday, May 20, marks the start of National Safe Boating Week and the DNR wants all MI residents and visitors to have fun while exercising caution and obeying the law. Group photos are also welcome. The public is invited to stop by and speak with officers about safe boating practices. This includes consistent life jacket use every time boaters are on the water.

World Two days after CBI raids, Karti Chidambaram leaves for London
Author: 0 Two days after CBI raids, Karti Chidambaram leaves for London

Jaitley was replying to questions about the opposition's allegation that the actions of the I-T department and the CBI marked the government's vindictiveness to wards opposition leaders. "All I will say is I shall continue to speak and write". Prasad rapped the BJP in yet another tweet for "sensing an opportunity to destabilise the Grand Alliance government in Bihar" and asserted the coalition was "intact".

Author: 0 USA and European Union reject expanding laptop ban to flights from Europe

USA officials have defended the ban as a measure to thwart terrorist attacks, saying that intelligence shows that ISIS is developing smaller bombs that could be concealed in electronic devices. The internationally-respected pilots union said: "Lithium battery fires, unless caught early can spread quickly and therefore official ICAO ( International Civil Aviation Organization ) advice is that devices should be kept in the cabin so that any potential fires can be spotted and extinguished before ...

Author: 0 DOJ names former Federal Bureau of Investigation head Robert Mueller to lead Trump-Russia probe

He did not offer any evidence of such acts in his reference to Democratic former President Barack Obama and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. But GOP lawmakers have grown increasingly anxious since Trump fired Comey, who had been leading the bureau's probe - and after Comey associates said he had notes from a meeting in which Trump asked him to shut down the investigation into the Russian Federation ties of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn .

World Fallout over Comey memo, Trump's intel disclosures persists
Author: 0 Fallout over Comey memo, Trump's intel disclosures persists

The Comey memo is likely to raise questions about whether Trump tried to interfere with a federal investigation. Wittes cautioned throughout the interview that his insights into Comey's state of mind were only based on these conversations, and that in some cases he was drawing his own conclusions about Comey's meanings.

Author: 0 Nigeria identifies 82 freed Chibok girls; parents await word

In this photo released by the Nigeria State House, Nigeria President, Muhammadu Buhari , centre, meets with Chibok school girls recently freed from Nigeria Extremist captivity in Abuja, Nigeria, Sunday, May. "Some girls refused to return ..." "I am feeling bad", she told the Reuters news agency about her decision to leave her daughter behind in Chibok.

World U.S. denies visas to gay Russians fleeing torture and murder in Chechnya
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Novaya Gazeta first reported in March that around 100 gay men had been rounded up by police and detained in what is widely being referred to as a modern-day "concentration camp". Others were returned to their families barely alive from beatings. Human Rights Watch later confirmed the horrific reports, adding that the information coming through was "consistent" with "numerous trusted sources" they had spoken to on the ground in Russian Federation.

World Iran's hopeful, Agha-Mirsalim, denies drop of presidential bid
Author: 0 Iran's hopeful, Agha-Mirsalim, denies drop of presidential bid

Forces from the Police, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), and Basij are tasked with ensuring security of the election. Two other hopefuls, Eshaq Jahangiri and Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, dropped out of the race in favor of Rouhani and Raisi, respectively.

World Dave King to use season ticket money to improve Rangers squad
Author: 0 Dave King to use season ticket money to improve Rangers squad

It is a question of respect. But Shinnie insists he and his colleagues paid no attention to the mind games being played by the Light Blues camp as he backed his own boss to maintain Aberdeen's forward momentum. McInnes replied: 'It's not about managers tonight, it's about performances and that performance was exactly what I wanted'. Any manager is welcome in my office, so it's not something you could aim at me.

Author: 0 Iranian opposition figure Karoubi to vote for Rouhani in election

Raisi's popularity has risen steadily in recent weeks and Qalibaf's move should give him a last-minute boost against Rouhani, who has eased Iran's global isolation though failed to spur a sluggish economy. Khamenei and Raisi are "playing on old fears of worldwide interference in an attempt to see off reform in the Islamic Republic", argues Sanam Vakil, an analyst with the London-based Chatham House.