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Mr Corbyn denied he was a "pacifist" and vowed that his first duty, if Prime Minister, would be to do "everything necessary to protect the safety and security of our people and our country". But the big question is, what do Labour want to transform Britain into? What have the Conservatives said? Jeremy Corbyn will say he accepts that military action is needed as a "last resort" but that Labour wants independent foreign policy and "no hand holding" with US President Donald Trump.
  • Mexico wall demands eased as spending talks advance

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    With just days to go before the government runs out of money, Trump's mixed messages on a border wall, sources tell CNN , may not ultimately doom the bill, but they certainly caused consternation on Capitol Hill. And we're going to have the wall built. An attempt to work the refs a bit so when the next spending debate comes up Trump has set the floor of what he wants to see spent on the wall? Putting up a wall along the US-Mexico border was part of Trump's campaign agendas, following which ...
  • Netflix Makes Headway in China with First Licensing Deal

    Netflix Makes Headway in China with First Licensing Deal

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    The California-based company expanded to 130 countries past year, with China the sole major market not included. But things appear to have changed since past year, as Netflix reportedly struck a licensing deal for China, giving it access to the Asian market.
  • Lib Dems drop 'anti-Semitic' candidate David Ward

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    Mr Farron denounced former MP David Ward as "unfit to represent the party" and reversed a decision to let him stand for the party on June 8 in his old constituency of Bradford East. Asked if his party would prop up a minority government, Mr Farron said: "No, because what is very clear at this moment is that we have an official Opposition which has not been behaving like an alternative government but is not even behaving like an opposition".
  • Israeli PM snubs German minister after row over rights group

    Israeli PM snubs German minister after row over rights group

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    Israeli Environment Minister Zeev Elkin, a confidante of Netanyahu, told Israel radio it was " unthinkable " for a minister to meet groups working against the country he was visiting. Identifying that common interest is the first step in real negotiations, in which Germany and Europe could assume an important role. Rivlin also mentioned renewable green energy, a topic of importance to Gabriel, Germany's minister of the environment until January of this year, and formerly is federal ...
  • Far-right contender Le Pen advocates French food

    Far-right contender Le Pen advocates French food

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    The two have been at odds since Marine Le Pen launched moves to clean the National Front's image of xenophobic associations in the run-up to the campaign for the 2017 presidency. Analysts said Le Pen might find more support amid right-wing voters anxious by security issues and Europe's open borders, who backed either conservative Francois Fillon or nationalist Nicolas Dupont-Aignan in the first round and might balk at backing Macron, a moderate centrist.
  • Ivanka Trump hears groans as she defends father in Berlin

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    Trump, who was recently installed as an unpaid White House adviser, was asked to describe her role. Forced by direct questioning, she shed her "I'm going to be a daughter" persona and instead spoke on behalf of her father's administration. At the W20 Summit in Berlin, which focused on the economic empowerment of women, Trump was part of a panel of leaders that included German chancellor Angela Merkel, who had invited her to participate in what was Trump's first worldwide visit as an advisor ...
  • Sheryl Sandberg reveals trauma after husband's death

    Sheryl Sandberg reveals trauma after husband's death

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    But that suddenly came to an end on a trip the couple took to Mexico in 2015. The book is engaging read where you're witnessing Sandberg pour her heart out, upset about not having Goldberg with her and how she's trying to compensate with her loss.
  • Russian Federation is Now Apparently Arming the Taliban

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    Mattis, the first member of U.S. President Donald Trump's cabinet to visit the country, was meeting with officials of the U.S.'s joint mission with NATO Operation Resolute Support, as well as Afghan government and security officials, including President Ashraf Ghani.
  • Fighting rages on in western Mosul

    Fighting rages on in western Mosul

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    Iraqi forces have been making "incremental progress" in their fight to retake west Mosul as ISIS has increased its use of human shields in their last stand. Losing Mosul would be a major blow to IS, but would not mark the end of the war against the jihadists. "We will not leave any area under the control of the terrorist organisation", Brigadier General Yahya Rasool, the spokesman for Iraq's Joint Operations Command, said at a recent news conference.