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Trump again blasts
Trump again blasts 'distraction of the witch hunt'

US President Donald Trump early Sunday morning hurled a series of testy tweets defending his crisis-ridden presidency, once again decrying the "witch hunt" against him. "The MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN agenda is doing very well despite the distraction of the Witch Hunt," the Republican leader tweeted while away on his first weekend to Camp David, the official US presidential retreat in the mountains of western Maryland. "Many new jobs, high business enthusiasm," he wrote Sunday, also pointing to his successful nomination of conservative justice Neil Gorsuch to the top US court.

London residents demand answers in deadly high-rise blaze
London residents demand answers in deadly high-rise blaze

LONDON (AP) - With smoke still swirling around the charred remains of Grenfell Tower in west London, residents and community leaders demanded to know Wednesday how a ferocious fire could have swept through the high-rise apartment block with such speed that it killed at least 12 people.

Apple shows off iOS 11 for iPad, with drag-and-drop and lots more
Apple shows off iOS 11 for iPad, with drag-and-drop and lots more

Today at Apple's much-hyped developer's show, WWDC 2017, the company showed off the new iOS 11 update for iPhone, but the company also dedicated a spot in its lineup exclusively for iOS 11 on iPad. The new update is packed with productivity features that completely change how you'll use the tablet. And yes, drag-and-drop is here, and it's glorious. iOS 11 on iPhone has a lot of fancy new features for everyday life stuff, but iOS 11 on iPad is a whole different kind of beast. The update brings with it a new app called Files, which as you might have guessed is a file structure browser that looks a whole lot like a touchscreen version of Mac OS. This, combined with the new drag-and-drop...

Iran urges
Iran urges 'dialogue' to resolve Gulf row over Qatar

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday urged Qatar and neighbouring Gulf Arab countries that have severed diplomatic ties with it to engage in dialogue to resolve their dispute. Dialogue is imperative, especially during blessed Ramadan," Zarif tweeted, referring to the Muslim month of fasting. Zarif also phoned his Qatari counterpart to discuss the latest development, and also spoke to the foreign ministers of Arab and Muslim countries, including Algeria, Turkey, Indonesia and Iraq.

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