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The SNP leader also indicated her party had held talks with the Opposition in Westminster on Monday over the next steps to take. Shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey said: "We'll have to make an assessment at the time and we will be in discussions with other political parties across the House to assess what's the best thing to do".
  • Bomb threat forces evacuation of CNN offices

    Bomb threat forces evacuation of CNN offices

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    CNN Crime and Justice reporter Shimon Prokupecz and some of his other colleagues speculated that the NYPD had such a large response because the network has been a target of anti-media invective. The show was halted in the middle, forcing CNN to air pre-taped programming. "We were told to evacuate the building and to do it as soon as possible".
  • Trump chief of staff John Kelly to leave White House job

    Trump chief of staff John Kelly to leave White House job

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    Kelly's replacement is expected to have a ripple effect throughout the administration. The latest impending White House high-profile departure is the top official who traditionally controls access to the Oval Office. He said that Ayers, a longtime Washington political operative, could be more suited for the role as Democrats take over the House in January and Trump ramps up his re-election campaign.
  • Police investigating area of interest in Grace Millane case

    Police investigating area of interest in Grace Millane case

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    A body believed to be British backpacker Grace Millane has been found near a beauty spot on the outskirts of Auckland. Police said a 26-year-old man seen with Ms Millane on the night of her disappearance had been charged with her murder and would appear in Auckland District Court on Monday.
  • Pakistan says USA accepts its position in Afghan peace

    Pakistan says USA accepts its position in Afghan peace

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    He, however, added that putting "pressure on the Taliban is easier said than done as about 40 per cent of Afghanistan is now out of the government's hands". The exchange was about being blamed for deeply flawed US policies - the military approach to Afghanistan'. He also dismissed claims that there were safe havens for terrorists in Pakistan, saying that "there are no sanctuaries in Pakistan".
  • Trump chooses new Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, against Mattis wishes

    Trump chooses new Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, against Mattis wishes

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    Milley would succeed Marine General Joseph Dunford, who would normally stay in office as chairman until a slated October 1, 2019 handover date. Trump tweeted the announcement Saturday, thanking "both of these incredible men for their service to our country!" Trump said the date of transition is still to be determined.
  • Trump names Heather Nauert next United Nations ambassador

    Trump names Heather Nauert next United Nations ambassador

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    Nauert, 48, had been touted for the post since October when Haley, a former governor of SC seen as entertaining future political ambitions, announced that she was stepping down. She called the job an honor of a lifetime and said she wants to let someone else take it. Haley told The Weekly Standard she would remain in NY for the next two years so her son could finish high school there, and she wanted to remain an active voice on foreign policy.
  • Rubio: 'No Doubt' Crown Prince Involved in Khashoggi Murder

    Rubio: 'No Doubt' Crown Prince Involved in Khashoggi Murder

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    The 58-year-old Hollywood actor has been in Turkey working on the death of the Washington Post columnist who was critical of the Saudi crown prince . That measure is meant to hold the Saudi crown prince "accountable" for contributing to the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, a blockade of Qatar, the jailing of dissidents and Khashoggi's death but it imposes no penalties on Riyadh.
  • India Strongly Condemns Terror Attack on Iranian Port City Chabahar

    India Strongly Condemns Terror Attack on Iranian Port City Chabahar

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    In a communique, the Sunni jihadist group Ansar al-Furqan claimed responsibility for the attack, according to the Washington-based SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors extremist activity online. "As we've made clear in the past, such crimes won't go unpunished". "Terrorists attacked the police post in Chabahar with an explosives-laden vehicle", he said.
  • Trump to name Heather Nauert as United Nations ambassador tomorrow, reports say

    Trump to name Heather Nauert as United Nations ambassador tomorrow, reports say

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    As reports broke Thursday night that former Fox News personality Heather Nauert could be in line to assume the role of United Nations ambassador and be named by Trump as early as Friday, not everyone was pleased. The Illinois native would follow in the footsteps of Haley, a former governor of South Carolina; Samantha Power, a Pulitzer Prize victor; Susan Rice, a Rhodes Scholar; and former National Security Council and national security officials such as Madeleine Albright.
  • Trump could meet Kim Jong-un in early 2019

    Trump could meet Kim Jong-un in early 2019

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    After Trump and Kim met in June in Singapore , negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang have been stuck due to bilateral differences on key problems over the scale of denuclearisation, USA sanctions, and whether to issue a war-ending declaration, among others.