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Senate investigators: Flynn won't honor subpoena

Flynn - the former national security adviser who was sacked in February for misleading Vice President Pence and other White House officials about the contents of a December phone call with Russian Amb...

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Syrian negotiator calls U.S. strike 'terrorism' and a 'massacre'

Pro-regime forces were struck following warnings as they were advancing inside an established de-confliction zone near At Tanf in Southern Syria. A USA defence official said the convoy had not r...

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Putin warns against 'intimidating' North Korea after missile test

Putin warns against 'intimidating' North Korea after missile test

In a unanimous statement backed by China, the council stressed the importance of North Korea 'immediately showing honest commitment to de-nuclearisation through concrete action'. Han also said that th...

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Led coalition hits pro-Assad fighters' convoy

Led coalition hits pro-Assad fighters' convoy

According to US military commanders, the strike was carried out in response to the entry of the regime-allied forces into a "de-escalation zone" in which USA and allied forces were operating. This is...

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Why Was James Comey Fired? President Trump Contradicts His Team

Comey earlier declined an invitation this week to testify in a closed hearing. Trump's firing of Comey already has left him with the dubious distinction of being the first president since Nixon to fir...

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Rex Tillerson Uses 'Palestine' - Will White House Retract Remark Again?

Since his inauguration, Trump has faced a flood of warnings from top Arab diplomats and a personal appeal from Jordan's King Abdullah to not move the United States embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv...

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Deadline to register to vote in General Election 2017 just days away

Deadline to register to vote in General Election 2017 just days away

The deadline to register to vote is May 22. Numbers tripled to more than 100,000 for the 2015 general election and then again more than doubled for the referendum, with around 264,000 registered at th...

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Worldwide effort set to keep Trump happy on 1st trip abroad

European Union Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker reflected the cynical view of Trump's views by threatening to "break up" the United States by encouraging OH and Austin, Texas, to split from th...

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Donald Trump tweets about classified information come back to haunt him

Donald Trump tweets about classified information come back to haunt him

CNN political commentator Ana Navarro took to Twitter to say that if Hillary Clinton had leaked information to Russian Federation while in the Oval Office, Republican members of Congressional would ...

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Time's latest cover depicts Kremlin takeover of White House

TIME magazine's latest cover art depicts the White House being transformed into Saint Basil's Cathedral, a metaphor for the Kremlin. Reuters then reported Thursday that the Trump campaign alleged...

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Chaffetz unsure if Comey documents exist

Chaffetz unsure if Comey documents exist

The first step involves winning the backing of the GOP Steering Committee, a subsection of rank and file lawmakers and members of leadership. "Chaffetz said he viewed his service in Congress a...

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Merkel Ally Says Macron's Brexit Stance to Strengthen Her Hand

Merkel Ally Says Macron's Brexit Stance to Strengthen Her Hand

He sought on Monday to show solidarity with Germany on the migrant crisis - an issue on which Merkel has pressed for European Union countries to work together - by saying that a common asylum policy w...

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Chelsea Manning leaves U.S. prison seven years after giving secrets to WikiLeaks

Chelsea Manning leaves U.S. prison seven years after giving secrets to WikiLeaks

Previously known as Bradley Manning, the former intelligence analyst in Iraq said she wanted to expose what she considered to be the usa military's disregard of the effects of war on civilians. W...

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Chibok girls to reunite with parents 'next week'

Chibok girls to reunite with parents 'next week'

Nigeria's government exchanged them for five detained Boko Haram commanders, according to an official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not permitted to speak to reporters on the ...

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United States extends sanctions relief under Iran nuclear deal

The targeted sanctions come on the same day the Trump administration said it would continue to waive other, broader sanctions on Iran, a move that was required to keep implementing the 2015 nuclear...

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Boko Haram bombers attack University of Maiduguri again

Boko Haram bombers attack University of Maiduguri again

He said that the remains of the three suicide bombers were evacuated to the Specialist Hospital in Maiduguri. He killed himself and injured three security men. The bombers targeted the BOT Female ho...

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US Will Renegotiate NAFTA, Talks Could Begin In August

The White House has formally told Congress that the Trump administration plans to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement , starting a countdown clock until talks between the United State...

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Protesters Beaten in 'Brutal Attack' During Turkish President's United States Visit

Protesters Beaten in 'Brutal Attack' During Turkish President's United States Visit

Secret Service arrested, then released, members of Erdogan's security detail. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose name Donald Trump doesn't know how to pronounce, met with POTUS in Washin...

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Richard Rojas, 26, Identified As Driver In Fatal Crash — Times Square Crash

The tourist killed when a man drove into a crowd in New York City's Times Square was identified as a MI teenager on vacation. The circumstances surrounding the court-martial were not immediately...

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McCain, Feinstein tell Turkey to hold guards accountable after DC brawl

McCain, Feinstein tell Turkey to hold guards accountable after DC brawl

News reported on Wednesday that the men who attacked the protesters were bodyguards of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Turkey's embassy blamed the violence on groups linked to the Kurdistan ...

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US likely to expand airline laptop ban to Europe: government officials

US likely to expand airline laptop ban to Europe: government officials

On Friday, a European official said that United States and European officials will discuss airline security at a high-level meeting in Brussels next week. Extending the restrictions to Europe woul...

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Saudi Arabia's Inflation Maintains Downward Trend in April

Average weekly earnings excluding bonuses rose by 2.1 per cent. "But the fact that wage growth is not keeping up with price inflation does not bode well for consumer spending - which has been a key ...

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Germany ready to make reforms in EU, Merkel says

Germany ready to make reforms in EU, Merkel says

The new French president outlined possible areas of cooperation between France and Germany. German Chancellor Angela Merkel may have broken with protocol to back Emmanuel Macron's candidacy. T...

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Which Trump will show up for president's first foreign trip?

Meanwhile, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, indicted on war crime and genocide charges, will not attend an Islamic summit in Saudi Arabia this weekend in which Mr Trump is a guest of honour, citing ...

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New Orleans Removes 3rd Confederate-era Monument

Landrieu called for removing the monuments in the emotional aftermath of the 2015 massacre of nine black parishioners at a SC church. He said the removal itself was a historic moment. Lee statue in L...

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Israel arrests 2 after deadly West Bank clash

Pax Christi International, together with its member organisations and partners, is deeply concerned about the situation of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons - especially those who have been on ...

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Taoiseach Enda Kenny to step down

The two challengers were left to fight it out as Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald and Education Minister Richard Bruton ruled themselves out of the race. A complex leadership contest now gets under...

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Suspect in deadly Times Square mayhem charged with murder

The deceased was identified as an 18-year-old from MI. Rojas spent his final months in the Navy at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, Fla., before being discharged in 2014 as the result of a spe...

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Gunshots reported in Ivory Coast's major cities

Gunshots reported in Ivory Coast's major cities

Thus far, Reuters reports , at least eight people have been shot by mutineers in Bouake and growing popular protests to the armed revolt have led to clashes between demonstrators and soldiers - resul...

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Officials blame Erdogan security forces for 'brutal attack' on Washington protesters

Officials blame Erdogan security forces for 'brutal attack' on Washington protesters

Erdogan was in Washington , DC to meet with President Donald Trump (pictured together on Tuesday), who praised him as a loyal ally in the battle against Islamic extremism. "The State Department has r...

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China building biggest infrastructure project in history

Both countries should strengthen links between their economies and cooperate on trade, law enforcement, security, anti-terrorism and combating cyber crime, while developing people-to-people exchanges ...

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Donald Trump told Michael Flynn to "stay strong" amid growing scandal

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the Kremlin is prepared to provide a transcript of the conversation between Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. Trump abruptly fired FBI director James Comey...

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North Korea missile programme progressing faster than expected, says South

North Korea missile programme progressing faster than expected, says South

US officials are closely "monitoring" the aftermath of the latest North Korean missile test after the rogue regime claimed that its newest rocket was capable of carrying a nuclear warhead - and that i...

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United States to renew sanctions waivers on Iran Wednesday

United States to renew sanctions waivers on Iran Wednesday

According to media reports, Fractur engaged in the sale and delivery of explosives to the Syrian government. "This administration is committed to countering Iran's destabilizing behavior, such as Ir...

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Was Mueller the right choice for special counsel in Russian Federation investigation?

On Thursday, President Donald Trump again denied the allegations that there was any collusion between Russian Federation and himself or his presidential campaign during the 2016 election. He then tw...

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