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Conservatives will ensure 'stability', PM Theresa May says despite election losses Conservatives will ensure 'stability', PM Theresa May says despite election losses

Prime Minister Theresa May said her Conservatives would ensure much-needed "stability" for Britain as the party reeled from a string of losses from Thursday`s general election.

Britons vote in election seen strengthening PM Theresa May's Brexit hand Britons vote in election seen strengthening PM Theresa May's Brexit hand

Britons began voting on Thursday in a snap election predicted to give Prime Minister Theresa May a larger parliamentary majority, which she hopes will strengthen her hand in looming divorce talks with the European Union.

Russia rebuffs Poland's criticism it mishandled 2010 air crash bodies Russia rebuffs Poland's criticism it mishandled 2010 air crash bodies

The caskets of 11 further victims also contained body parts of others, prosecutors said after examining 24 coffins from the crash.
 

Kosovo IS commander killed, police and family say

Most of Kosovo`s ethnic Albanian majority are nominally Muslim but overwhelmingly secular. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008 with the backing of the West.
 

Norway Supreme Court won`t hear Breivik case on prison conditions

Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people in 2011.

Three terror suspects arrested in London Three terror suspects arrested in London

UK security was on high alert following the attack at London Bridge, in which eight people were killed and over 50 others injured.

Vladimir Putin reveals his views on women, gays and Edward Snowden Vladimir Putin reveals his views on women, gays and Edward Snowden

Putin even denied that there was any persecution of gay people in Russia, despite a law being passed against the "propaganda of homosexuality among minors".

Polls open in Britain`s general election; Theresa May's bid for stronger Brexit hand at stake Polls open in Britain`s general election; Theresa May's bid for stronger Brexit hand at stake

Polling stations across the country opened at 7.00 am (0600 GMT) and will close at 10.00 pm.

Turkish MPs approve troop deployment to Qatar base Turkish MPs approve troop deployment to Qatar base

Turkey`s parliament has approved a draft bill allowing its troops to be deployed to a Turkish military base in Qatar, an apparent move to support the Gulf Arab country.

UK to vote in general election

Voting will begin at 7 am (local time) in over 40,000 polling stations across the country.

British election: What you need to know

The state opening of parliament by Queen Elizabeth takes place on June 19, when she will read out her government`s programme for the coming parliamentary year.
The Brexit negotiations are also due to start in the week beginning June 19.

British general election: What the polls say British general election: What the polls say

Opinion polls show the outcome of the general election could be a lot tighter than had been predicted when Prime Minister Theresa May announced the vote six weeks ago.

Jeremy Corbyn: Radical peril or amiable underdog?

In 2015, with Labour in disarray after an unexpected election defeat, Corbyn`s tilt for the party leadership was widely dismissed as hopeless.

Child migrants risk lives to reach Europe from Spain

By law, minors cannot be sent back to their country. And when they reach 18, they are entitled to Spanish nationality if they have been in a centre for at least two years.

French leader Emmanuel Macron urges Gulf heads to defuse crisis French leader Emmanuel Macron urges Gulf heads to defuse crisis

Saudi Arabia and allies including the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt on Monday cut diplomatic ties with fellow Gulf Cooperation Council member Qatar over claims that Doha supports extremism.

Uncle of Pak-origin London Bridge attacker condemns his nephew

Dar blasted his 27-year-old nephew, Khuram Butt, over his involvement in the sickening terror attack.

Germany in Turkey row withdraws troops from anti-IS base

The German government decided Wednesday to withdraw its troops from Turkey's Incirlik base near the Syrian border after last-ditch talks with Ankara failed to resolve an escalating row.

London Bridge attacker visited Pakistan four years ago London Bridge attacker visited Pakistan four years ago

Khurram Shehzad Butt was shot dead by police following the terrorist attack in the London Bridge and Borough Market areas on Saturday.

Police announce new arrest linked to London Bridge attack

British police on Wednesday said a 30-year- old man was arrested following the London Bridge terror attack which killed seven people and injured 48.

London attacker was radicalised by Internet and his friends - Youssef Zaghba's mother reveals all London attacker was radicalised by Internet and his friends - Youssef Zaghba's mother reveals all

Youssef Zaghba, a Moroccan-Italian dual national, had tried to join the Islamic State group in Syria last year and was notified to Britain as a suspect figure.

Prince Harry pays tribute to terror victims Prince Harry pays tribute to terror victims

Prince Harry Wednesday paid tribute to victims of the London terror attack as he marked 100 days until the next Invictus Games, after it emerged two Australians were among the dead in the latest British atrocity.

Britain braces for election in wake of terror attacks Britain braces for election in wake of terror attacks

Britain braces for the final day of general election campaigning on Wednesday after a turbulent few weeks which have shifted the political ground and been marred by terror attacks.

 

Third London attacks suspect reportedly Italian: Moroccan Third London attacks suspect reportedly Italian: Moroccan

British police have confirmed the identity of two of the three attackers but had been retaining the name of the third while investigations.

Britain holds minute`s silence for victims of London attack

Britain held a minute`s silence for the victims of the London terror attack Tuesday, as mourners gathered around floral tributes at London Bridge where seven people were killed and dozens injured on Saturday night.

UN accuses IS of executing 163 civilians in Mosul on June 1

IS seized Mosul in 2014, and the operation that began last October to retake the city has pushed hundreds of thousands of residents to flee their homes.