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British jailed Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru in same prisons: Narendra Modi told Theresa May on Vijay Mallya
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British jailed Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru in same prisons: Narendra Modi told Theresa May on Vijay Mallya

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had conveyed his unhappiness to his British counterpart Theresa May over focus on conditions of Indian prisons during court hearings on extradition of fugitive Vijay Mallya to India, according to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

Fake news named word of the year by Collins dictionary due to widespread usage
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Fake news named word of the year by Collins dictionary due to widespread usage

Fake news, a term heavily popularised by US President Donald Trump, been named the word of the year by Collins dictionary due to its widespread use around the world

British foreign minister Boris Johnson under fire for 'dead bodies' Libya gaffe
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British foreign minister Boris Johnson under fire for 'dead bodies' Libya gaffe

British foreign minister Boris Johnson came under fire for saying Libya could become a magnet for tourists and investors: If it can "clear the dead bodies away" first.

YouTube to combat Islamic State content by redirecting searches to videos debunking extremist ideology
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YouTube to combat Islamic State content by redirecting searches to videos debunking extremist ideology

YouTube will also use machine learning to update itself with new terms used for search and query to find these radicalizing videos.

'Five Eyes' talks to focus on data encryption and privacy, says Australian PM
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'Five Eyes' talks to focus on data encryption and privacy, says Australian PM

Officials from the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand will meet next month to discuss plans to press technology firms to share encrypted data with security agencies.

UK Election 2017: Theresa May's costly gamble has torpedoed Britain's fight against radical Islam
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UK Election 2017: Theresa May's costly gamble has torpedoed Britain's fight against radical Islam

On Monday, seeking to reassure a Britain under siege from repeated Islamist terror attacks, Theresa May promised a tougher approach.

UK Election 2017: As Britain readies to choose between Tory and Labour, fate of Indian migrants hangs in balance
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UK Election 2017: As Britain readies to choose between Tory and Labour, fate of Indian migrants hangs in balance

As the United Kingdom readies itself for its first post-Brexit election on Thursday, there have been frenzied debates about the economy, cuts to the National Health Service, and, in the aftermath of the London Bridge attack, cuts to essential services like the police.

Manchester terror attack: UK to not share details with US intelligence after bomb photo leak
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Manchester terror attack: UK to not share details with US intelligence after bomb photo leak

British police has stopped sharing information on the Manchester concert bombing with the US after the American media leaked crime scene pictures.

Donald Trump assures Britain of 'unbreakable commitment' after bombing
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Donald Trump assures Britain of 'unbreakable commitment' after bombing

Washington: US president Donald Trump telephoned Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May to assure her of America's "unbreakable commitment" in the wake of a bombing in England that killed 22 people.

Manchester Arena terror attack: Islamic State claims credit, US officials identify attacker as Salman Abedi
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Manchester Arena terror attack: Islamic State claims credit, US officials identify attacker as Salman Abedi

The Islamic State says one of its members carried out the Manchester attack that killed nearly two dozen people, according to media reports.

Manchester terror attack: Theresa May says bomber has been identified, police evacuate shopping centre
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Manchester terror attack: Theresa May says bomber has been identified, police evacuate shopping centre

After the shocking terror attack in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night, British Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the attack on Tuesday and said that police and security staff in Manchester believe they know identity of the apparent suicide bomber, but they are not revealing the name for the time being.

Melania Trump skips headscarf in Saudi Arabia, draws attention on social media
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Melania Trump skips headscarf in Saudi Arabia, draws attention on social media

Riyadh: Melania Trump's decision not to wear a headscarf upon arrival in West Asia is drawing attention on social media.

Vijay Mallya under UK judicial process, India doing its best: FM Arun Jaitley
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Vijay Mallya under UK judicial process, India doing its best: FM Arun Jaitley

Jaitley broached the matter with the UK's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and May when he visited London in February.

Brexit: Theresa May woos European press, strikes tone of friendship
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Brexit: Theresa May woos European press, strikes tone of friendship

London: British prime minister Theresa May on Thursday reached out to the European press to strike a tone of friendship and send out a message that Britain's exit from the EU was not an attempt "to do harm" to the bloc.

Scottish lawmakers back independence referendum call on eve of Brexit
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Scottish lawmakers back independence referendum call on eve of Brexit

Scottish lawmakers voted on Tuesday to seek a new referendum on independence, presenting the British government with an unwelcome distraction as it prepares to push the European Union exit button.

Brexit: UK PM Theresa May to begin negotiations on 29 March to leave European Union
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Brexit: UK PM Theresa May to begin negotiations on 29 March to leave European Union

London: British Prime Minister Theresa May will begin the official process of the UK's exit from the European Union (EU) on 29 March, her spokesperson announced on Tuesday.

British Parliament to debate Trump state visit after 1.7m sign petition
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British Parliament to debate Trump state visit after 1.7m sign petition

London: Britain's Parliament on Tuesday said it would debate whether to revoke US President Donald Trump's invitation to a State visit after a petition calling for it to be canceled garnered almost 1.7 million signatures.