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by | June 04, 2017 | 08:35

It marked yet more disappointment on the biggest stage in European club football for veteran Buffon, who also lost the 2003 and 2015 deciders to AC Milan and Barcelona respectively. "It was a good decision by me and by the coach, and I'm very happy with how it turned out", Ronaldo said. With a fair amount of luck in crucial encounters and playing the entire season with great composure, Real Madrid look unbeatable at the top.

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:20

British Prime Minister Theresa May said the "terrible incident in London" was being treated as a potential act of terrorism. The force said armed officers were sent to the scenes and shots were fired. A witness told Reuters that she saw people who may have had their throats cut. "Then we hid under the table and people came into the restaurant and knocked a bunch of stuff over, like the till".

by | June 04, 2017 | 08:16

In Berlin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted that the USA withdrawal won't prevent the rest of the world from pressing ahead with efforts to curb global warming. Reports suggest Tillerson was one of the advisors who counselled President Donald Trump not to pull Washington from the accord, fearing a blow to United States influence overseas.

by | June 04, 2017 | 08:02

British media reported that more than one person had been killed in the rampage. Another witness, Brad Myers, had just left London Bridge when he heard a "boom" behind him, which he thinks was the sound of a auto hitting the guardrails or other vehicles.

by | June 04, 2017 | 08:26

The "vast majority" of the one million good quality jobs Labour has pledged to create would go to British workers, Jeremy Corbyn has suggested. But a bullish Mrs May told the audience she had the "balls" to call an election because she wanted a strong hand to negotiate Brexit and claimed a minority government led by Mr Corbyn would be propped up by the SNP.

by | June 04, 2017 | 08:07

Jennings mocked Donald Jr.'s hunting trips: "I will kill as many white rhinos as it takes to prove my masculinity to Donald Trump Jr". Within hours after posting the image and a behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot, Griffin apologized , saying that she had gone "way too far".

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:12

Pushed by moderator Mishal Husain to provide costings for Conservative manifesto pledges, Rudd asked voters to "judge us on our record on funding public services", provoking jeers from the audience. "We have said we will continue to reduce those numbers", she said. On security, Mr Robertson accused Ukip of "going straight for the Muslims" in the wake of the Manchester bombing.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:39

The Italian side were reduced to 10 men with under 10 minutes remaining when substitute Juan Cuadrado was booked for a second time - rather harshly to be honest - for a slight touch off-the-ball on Sergio Ramos . He used different formations and successfully resorted to rotations to keep his top players fresh at the important moments of the season, including Cristiano Ronaldo , who was rested like never before.

by | June 04, 2017 | 08:06

The Warriors ran the Cavaliers out of the gym in Game 1 of the Finals on June 1, 113-91 . Amid Durant's stellar night , music sensation Rihanna appeared to be heckling the Warriors forward which prompted some stern glares in return.

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:04

Parliament. Witnesses reported a vehicle hitting pedestrians and injured people on the ground. Police initially said officers were also responding to a third incident, in the Vauxhall neighborhood, but later said that turned out to be an unrelated stabbing.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:31

The climate deal can not work without the United States, he said, but the accord is not slated to go into effect until 2021, which left hope for a compromise that would bring the United States back to the deal. "It was a very detailed discussion", Belousov told reporters following the meeting. Switching to English, Putin added: "Don't worry, be happy". USA intelligence agencies have accused Russian Federation of hacking into Democratic Party emails, helping Donald Trump's election ...

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:02

He seemed to be referring to the conclusion of USA intelligence agencies that Russian Federation tried to interfere in last year's presidential election via hacking of the Democratic National Committee and a top Clinton campaign official.

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:32

The president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia, Alexis Rodzianko, complained of the "psychological effect" of sanctions, saying Russians "think twice" about working with U.S. "Help us to set up a normal political dialogues", Putin said. Russian Federation remains under United States and European Union sanctions because of its involvement in the Ukraine conflict and annexation of Crimea.

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:16

Speaking at a technology conference near Los Angeles , Clinton on Wednesday mentioned Facebook by name and said that fake stories spread on the social network influenced the information that people relied on. A majority of Democratic voters think Russian Federation literally rigged the vote in the 2016 presidential election - an outlandish conspiracy theory with no evidence to support it.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:03

He said the party would not enter into coalition with either the Labour or the Conservatives. "We are giving the people of this country the chance to decide on what comes next with Brexit", party leader Tim Farron told Sky News. He added: "The costings look like they add up in the sense there are a set of numbers for tax increases they propose, all of which are much more modest than what we saw yesterday [from Labour's manifesto]".

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:03

Moreover, she was taking on Corbyn who even some in his own party considered lacklustre and too left-leaning to be able to keep the Labour middle-ground safe for the party. However, opinion polls in Britain have had a relatively poor track record recently, raising expectations that this election could again spring a surprise.

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:23

The negotiations followed a weekend of talks among Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) countries that were overshadowed by fears of US protectionism under President Donald Trump's "America First" agenda. Although the door will be kept open for the USA to rejoin the pact, its trade representative Robert Lighthizer said it would not return to the TPP.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:03

He also said Russian Federation is embarking on new areas of economic expansion, and is predicting his country will be on track for higher growth in the next couple of years. Aligned with previous accusations of Democrats, Putin blamed American politicians for the accusations against Russian Federation. "He must meet, discuss current affairs, negotiate".

by | June 04, 2017 | 05:59

The word took social media by storm after the president tweeted about "constant negative press covfefe ". Just 10 hours after President Donald Trump's mystifying tweet in the midnight hour of Wednesday morning, someone claimed Maine's only vanity license plate available to don a seven-letter "word" that has become an internet sensation.

by | June 04, 2017 | 07:29

The European Union and China are going to agree on a joint statement on the Paris climate deal, saying that it is "an imperative more important than ever". Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea also regretted the US move and reiterated their commitment to implement the agreement. The U.S. Conference of Mayors said it strongly opposed Trump's action and vowed to continue efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:26

NDP is poised to become the next government of the province with the support of the B.C. Greens. When it comes to Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, there's a promise to "immediately employ every tool available" to stop it.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:56

Former FBI Director Robert Mueller has been cleared by U.S. Department of Justice ethics experts to oversee an investigation into possible collusion between then-candidate Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign and Russian Federation, a spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:36

At that time , a YouGov poll pointed toward another Conservative majority. Despite saying she wouldn't, May called for a snap election to shore up more support. However, the Tories' apparent failure hasn't come because Labor or Jeremy Corbyn suddenly chose to change their policies or rhetoric, which are already near-Communist, but stem from the fact that the Conservatives have started proposing policies that are deeply unpopular with the British .

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:29

The increase in the Conservative Party's lead reported by ORB contrasted with many other recent polls which have shown its lead narrowing. "Even with all those young people who say they are going to vote and may not, Mrs May should still win a majority so I wouldn't sell your pounds yet", Page said.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:19

Navy captain who conducted a pilot project with former President Barack Obama's White House to examine the regional challenges presented by climate change . But Ronald Neumann, a former USA ambassador who heads the American Academy of Diplomacy, noted Tillerson, like all secretaries of state, would occasionally lose policy battles.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:21

The United States remains committed to a denuclearized North Korea that respects the rights of its citizens. Still, Mattis said, the United States will continue to work closely with South Korea and Japan, global organizations and regional pacts get Kim to back away from the nuclear and missile programs.

by | June 04, 2017 | 05:43

On Brexit: "Other parties wanted to frustrate those Brexit negotiations and that will of the people expressed in the referendum vote". Oh no they weren't, chipped in another audience member. But Mr Rouse responded: "It's a question of funding it". So that was a question wasted. It is unlikely she would agree to stopping the Brexit divorce.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:35

He pointed to Corbyn's emphasis on class, an issue he said so many "wanted to ignore" as a reason for his confidence in Corbyn's transformation of Labour and United Kingdom politics. When May announced the snap election in mid-April, analysts suggested that she was seeking a mandate to personally lead the country through its exit from the European Union .

by | June 04, 2017 | 05:41

People have reportedly been killed and wounded after three more bombs detonated at a funeral. The attack raised fears about the government's ability to protect its citizens almost 16 years into a war with insurgents. All roads toward the palace and nearby diplomatic areas were blocked on Saturday by police and there was limited movement of vehicles and people. Kabul police chief General Hassan Shah Frogh said his officers were left with no choice when they realised some of the protesters ...

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:39

Trump also recently announced an executive action meant to mitigate the impact of the so-called Johnson Amendment, which curtails the ability of churches to play an active role in elections. "So hopefully, people can keep it in perspective", the secretary added. "I would say that they were climate exaggerators". "People have called me a climate skeptic or climate denier", Pruitt said at a White House press briefing on Friday.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:15

I spilled my tea", aka she revealed some drama. So far this week 5 of her performances have been canceled . U.S. comedian Kathy Griffin tearfully accused Donald Trump and his family Friday of trying to ruin her life, revealing she had faced death threats from supporters of the president over a prop depicting his bloodied, severed head.

by | June 04, 2017 | 05:33

Security at the Rock am Ring event was beefed up to around 1,200 personnel, police said . "As safety is the key priority and any danger to festivalgoers has to be avoided as much as possible, a decision has been taken to suspend the festival for today", the statement said .

by | June 04, 2017 | 05:31

Schiff also grumbled that Nunes' involvement in the Russian investigation " clearly violated the terms of his recusal ". The House intelligence committee's Russian Federation investigation appeared Friday to be veering back off the rails after a rocky week, punctuated by the re-emergence of House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes as a force in the probe.

by | June 04, 2017 | 04:50

The mystery flying object may have been a drone, local media speculated. The projectile, which was detected in the military radar, flew at a relatively low speed, lowering the possibility that it was a cannonball or an artillery shell. After a missile launch on Sunday, North Korea said the test met all technical requirements that could allow mass-production of the munition known as Pukguksong-2.

by | June 04, 2017 | 06:11

While Juve's choice is Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain, Miralem Pjanic, Dani Alves and Sami Khedira. Spanish worldwide Isco shone in Bale's absence as Real secured their first La Liga title since 2012, and manager Zidane remained coy on his selection headache at his final pre-match press conference in Cardiff .