Egypt’s Parliament approved on Sunday the extension of a nationwide state of emergency for three months from July 14.
Egypt to extend state of emergency for three months
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said she was kicked out of a Virginia restaurant by its owner because she works for President Donald Trump.
Sarah Sanders kicked out of restaurant because she works for Donald Trump
At least eight people including a baby were killed Saturday when pro-government forces clashed with opponents in Nicaragua, according to a rights group.
Rights group: Nicaragua clashes leave eight dead
Pro-Brexit politicians and business figures urged British Prime Minister Theresa May to be ready to walk away from the European Union without a trade agreement, despite warnings from major manufacturers that a “no deal” Brexit would be an economic disaster.
UK euroskeptics urge PM May to prepare for ‘no deal’ Brexit
Ahead of next month's NATO summit, US President Donald Trump has once again called upon Canada and other members of the North Atlantic alliance to increase their defense spending.
Trump urges Canada to up defense spending
A 20-foot-tall inflatable orange baby with the face of President Donald Trump could float over Britain's parliament next month, one of many acts of protest planned to coincide with Trump's first visit to the UK since taking office.
Trump faces mass protest, ridicule on UK visit
Iran's Judiciary chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani referred to human rights issue as one of the most important challenges, saying that Iran's enemies especially US use it as a tool to put pressure on other countries.
Judiciary Chief: Human rights a tool to pressure countries
Iran and Algeria have been under attacks by domineering countries and to counter such attacks the news agencies in the two nations need to strengthen ties, said the head of Algeria Press Service (APS).
Iranian, Algerian media need to cooperate to address assaults
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday celebrated winning sweeping new powers in a decisive election victory, as his main rival accepted the outcome despite bitter complaints over the conduct of the campaign.
Erdogan snares revamped powers as rival concedes defeat
British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has spent many idle moments thinking about who should succeed Bank of England governor Mark Carney. How, the chancellor asks himself, can he repeat the stunning, rabbit-out-of-a-hat moment when No 11’s previous incumbent, George Osborne, said in 2013 that the Canadian central banker who was heading the global post-crash clean-up operation was coming to help Britain’s recovery?
After Brexit, BoE will have new boss and new problems

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