• Donald Trump Gives A Typically Bullshit Answer About Firing James Comey!
Donald Trump Gives A Typically Bullshit Answer About Firing James Comey!

You take a look at the Federal Bureau of Investigation a year ago - it was in virtual turmoil, less than a year ago. Burr added that the goal of the meeting was to establish "a way forward" between the Department of Justice and the Intelligence committee, which is also investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 election.

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  • New South Korean president makes important appointments after swearing
New South Korean president makes important appointments after swearing

Nonetheless, aside from wanting to restore normal relations and trade with North Korea, Moon wants to have the same with China. Moon has taken a more conciliatory line with North Korea than his conservative predecessors and advocates engagement.

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  • Australia treasurer promises fair budget that reins in debt
Australia treasurer promises fair budget that reins in debt

A senior executive at one of the Big Four banks warned the government of "unintended consequences" of introducing a new levy. We're all going to be paying more taxes because from 2019, the Medicare levy is being increased from 2% to 2.5%, to fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

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  • South Korea's leader willing to visit North, talk to U.S., China
South Korea's leader willing to visit North, talk to U.S., China

Trump stressed the importance of the alliance with South Korea, but also said that South Korea should pay for the anti-missile THAAD system the USA has deployed on South Korean soil. A former South Korean ambassador to the Vatican, who declined to be named, told ucanews.com, that Moon "won his battle on the ground during the political campaign".

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  • Just In: Buhari jets out for medical check
Just In: Buhari jets out for medical check

A former spokesperson to immediate past President Goodluck Jonathan, Doyin Okupe, has said that if President Muhammdu Buhari must resign, due to his ill health, the interest of his political associates who worked tirelessly to bring him into office must be accommodated.

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  • U.S. governor signs bill banning 'sanctuary cities'
U.S. governor signs bill banning 'sanctuary cities'

Under the law, police officers in Texas may ask about a person's immigration status during any legal detention, including a routine traffic stop. "With this bill we are doing away with those that seek to promote lawlessness in Texas", said Governor Abbott.

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  • 82 freed schoolgirls to meet Nigerian president
82 freed schoolgirls to meet Nigerian president

The government freed five top Boko Haram commanders in the deal, said Sen. But they said previous releases had given them strength. "We would marry them out at the age of 12". On Friday, Britain and the United States issued a security alert warning of a Boko Haram plot to kidnap foreigners in the Banki area, which led to the suspension of aid fli...

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  • Hamas picks new Gaza leader amid bid for more influence
Hamas picks new Gaza leader amid bid for more influence

Meshaal, who now lives in an exile in the Qatari capital of Doha, has been running the Hamas political wing for the maximum two terms in office. Ismail Haniya , known as Abu el-Abed, the Islamic Hamas movement's newly elected chief, was a former soccer player and an Arabic language teacher at the Islamic University of Gaza .

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  • Spanish naval ship saves 651 migrants in Mediterranean
Spanish naval ship saves 651 migrants in Mediterranean

Johnson met Sarraj on Thursday and congratulated him on meeting earlier this week in Abu Dhabi with Libyan military strongman Khalifa al-Haftar, who does not recognise the GNA's legitimacy. Illegal migrants, who were rescued by the Libyan coastguard in the Mediterranean Sea off the Libyan coast, arrive at the naval base in the capital Tripoli on ...

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  • Order limits IRS action on religious organizations
Order limits IRS action on religious organizations

And it asks the attorney general to issue guidance on federal religious liberty protections. "Woefully inadequate", wrote Ryan Anderson of the conservative Heritage Foundation and a prominent commentator on religious liberty issues .

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  • China launches 1st domestically-made aircraft carrier
China launches 1st domestically-made aircraft carrier

China first announced the construction of its new carrier in late December 2015. Next, the aircraft carrier will debug its system devices and conduct fitting-out as planned, and start mooring tests in an all-round way. It has since taken part in live-firing exercises in the South China Sea, where tensions have risen over China's construction of m...

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  • Venezuela's Maduro Calls for Constituent Assembly to 'Try to Attain Peace'
Venezuela's Maduro Calls for Constituent Assembly to 'Try to Attain Peace'

Anti-government protesters set an officer's motorbike on fire and armoured vehicle set aflame were pushed directly into a crowd of demonstrators. It was not yet clear if that person was the man who died. The latest push by Maduro to settle an increasingly deadly and contentious political crisis comes as the Trump administration warns it might i...

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  • China won't confirm US claim of new pressure on North Korea
China won't confirm US claim of new pressure on North Korea

Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group is now in Philippine Sea, off Okinawa, conducting combined aviation exercises with Japan Air Self-Defense Forces. "North Korea is not a Syria, it's not an Iraq, the consequences could be extremely high". A photo accompanying the AP article showed the San Diego based destroyer Meyer during joint exercises with the US...

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  • British PM boosted by local election results ahead of key vote
British PM boosted by local election results ahead of key vote

He said: "The result of the council elections is obviously a reflection of the national situation - people across the country have no enthusiasm for voting Labour". The Liberal Democrats increased their seats by one, moving from 15 to 16, while the number of independent councillors fell from seven to five. John McDonnell said the results were "to...

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  • Israel to withhold $1M in funding after UNESCO vote
Israel to withhold $1M in funding after UNESCO vote

Gaza, (Alresalah.ps)- The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has approved a resolution that describes Israel as an "occupying power" and rejects its sovereignty claims over all of Jerusalem al-Quds. Rivlin with abundant wisdom and strength as he leads his people to greater heights. "You have been born into...

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  • Ruby Rose & Deepika Padukone Take 'Xander Cage' to the Met Gala 2017
Ruby Rose & Deepika Padukone Take 'Xander Cage' to the Met Gala 2017

Global mediapersons often confuse Deepika for the "Quantico" star and have even addressed her as Priyanka . "Meet Team @Unicef. Their passion and compassion is contagious and their hard work and dedication evident in everything I have just seen and heard in our meeting".

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  • Russia, Turkey agree to support safe-zones in Syria
Russia, Turkey agree to support safe-zones in Syria

The presidents of Russian Federation and Turkey said on Wednesday they support the creation of safe-zones in war-torn Syria as a delegation of Syrian rebels walked out of cease-fire talks with the Damascus government underway in Kazakhstan, citing repeated violations of a similar truce agreed on in December.

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  • Ferguson Protester In Famous Photo Found Dead From Gunshot Wound
Ferguson Protester In Famous Photo Found Dead From Gunshot Wound

Edward Crawford was found in a auto in St. Louis's Hyde Park neighborhood with two women on Friday. 'I didn't throw a burning can back at police, ' Crawford told the Post-Dispatch in August 2015, after he came forward as the man in the photo and was subsequently cited under two county ordinances for interfering with a police officer and assault....

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  • Trump to embark on maiden visit to Vatican, Israel, Saudi Arabia
Trump to embark on maiden visit to Vatican, Israel, Saudi Arabia

The White House said previously that Mr Trump would travel to Belgium and Italy for the G7 summit before Memorial Day. Trump could reverse a trend of increased travel for presidents in the last 50 years or so. The two got off to a rocky start when, during the US presidential campaign, Francis said anyone who wants to build a wall to keep out fo...

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  • Police have killed almost 200 people in moving vehicles since '15
Police have killed almost 200 people in moving vehicles since '15

Balch Springs Police Chief Jonathan Haber said at a Tuesday news conference that Oliver had violated the department policy, though he did not explain which policies he was referring to or how Oliver violated them. "I was unintentionally incorrect yesterday when I said that the victim's vehicle was backing down the road", Mr Haber said on Monda...

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  • US troops killed, 1 injured in eastern Afghanistan
US troops killed, 1 injured in eastern Afghanistan

Bill Salvin, the U.S. military spokesman in Kabul. U.S. officials have said they believe the movement has only 700 fighters but Afghan officials estimate it has about 1,500. While military officials say the non-nuclear bomb strike was a tactical one, questions have arisen as to whether the USA plans to escalate the war in Afghanistan.

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  • JK Governor meets Home Minister
JK Governor meets Home Minister

Issues like infiltration from across the border, activities of separatists and street protests by students were discussed at the meeting, official sources said. The home ministry has already directed the security forces engaged in anti-Naxal operations to strictly adhere to the standard operating procedures to foil Maoists attempts to attack them.

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  • Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said the SNP had been in chaos
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said the SNP had been in chaos

Theresa May will launch her party's bid to recapture its former Scottish heartlands today, nearly 20 years to the day since the Conservatives were wiped out north of the Border. The crowd of activists booed the mentions of Corbyn and Sturgeon to which, in a rare bit of audience interaction, the prime minister laughed and cupped her ear towards the ...

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  • New Hamas program softens language, but some goals remain
New Hamas program softens language, but some goals remain

The wording also appears in the new charter. In the original charter drafted in 1988, a year after its founding, Hamas called for the destruction of Israel and the Palestinian takeover of all Israeli territory. Hamas may include measures in its charter to reel in more global support. Instead, it seeks to draw a distinction between political ...

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  • Correspondents' dinner lacks glitter without Trump
Correspondents' dinner lacks glitter without Trump

But the effort today to get this best obtainable version of the truth is largely made in good faith. "As for the other guy, I think he's in Pennsylvania because he can't take a joke", Minhaj said amidst laughter from the audience. Mason said the media can not ignore the rhetoric from the president about who they are and what they do. "There was...

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