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  • Comey to Testify Publicly After Memorial Day

    Comey to Testify Publicly After Memorial Day

    Trump's terse denial followed reports by Reuters and other media about a memo written by Comey alleging that Trump made the request to close down the investigation into Michael Flynn and Russian Federation back in February. In the remarks, Rosenstein also batted down news reports that Comey had ever requested more resources for the investigation, and said acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe could not recall such a request either.

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  • Hassan Rouhani wins Iran President election for the second time

    But by publicly thanking "my dear brother, Mohammad Khatami" in his victory speech, Rouhani seemed to take up that mantle. Iran has no credible political polling to serve as harder metrics for the street buzz around candidates, who need more than 50 percent of the vote to seal victory and avoid a runoff.

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  • The Pentagon made a loud statement about the strikes on Assad troops

    In a separate statement, a "senior US defense official" told Fox News that "the coalition commander assessed the threat and after shows of force didn't stop the regime forces and those forces refused to move out of the deconfliction zone, the commander on the ground called for the air strike as a matter of force protection".

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  • ELECTION 2017: Labour quizzed on costing of manifesto promises

    ELECTION 2017: Labour quizzed on costing of manifesto promises

    Speaking at a Labour news conference in London , Mr McDonnell said that the Conservative manifesto "does not mention Living Standards once". "I think it would be extraordinary", McCluskey was quoted as saying. He added: "People like me are always optimistic... things can happen". Labour also said that if the less generous pensions "double lock" - with which the Tories meant to replace the "triple lock" - had been in place for the past seven years, state pensioners would now be £330 ...

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  • White House calls North Korea 'flagrant menace' after latest missile test

    White House calls North Korea 'flagrant menace' after latest missile test

    US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley delivers remarks at a Security Council in April at the United Nations Headquarters, in NY. The council is expected to discuss the next steps during its meeting starting around 2000 GMT. South Korea's Defense Ministry said more analysis is needed to verify the North's claim on the rocket's technological features. In a unanimous statement backed by China, the council stressed the importance of North Korea 'immediately showing honest ...

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  • Saudi Aramco to sign $50 billion of deals with U.S. companies: CEO

    Saudi Aramco to sign $50 billion of deals with U.S. companies: CEO

    The U.S. secretary of state said Saturday that he is not completely opposed to dealing one-on-one with his counterpart in Iran, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. The secretary described the U.S. -Saudi military and private sector deals announced Saturday as a "strong message to our common enemies". President Trump seeks to promote these investment opportunities and create new jobs, and build trust between the two countries.

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  • Iran's president trounces hard-liner to secure second term

    Majlis (parliament) President Ali Larijani called on all citizens, particularly the losing candidates, to respect the official outcome of the elections because "the electoral process in the country was" clear and transparent '. Iran has no credible political polling to serve as harder metrics for the street buzz around candidates, who need more than 50 percent of the vote to seal victory and avoid a runoff.

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  • Plane Passenger Taped To Seat After "Rushing" Cockpit, Fighter Jets Called

    Passengers on the flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu told the Associated Press that Anil Uskanil , 25, a Turkish national, tried to move from his seat to first class and, while there, left a laptop in a seat pocket. However, passengers, with the help of other flights attendants, restrained the guy and duct-taped him until the end of the flight. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly was briefed on the disturbance, according to a statement from the department.

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  • "Rohaní gana las elecciones en Irán con el 57% de votos" — BOLIVIA

    La cadena oficial Irib también indicó que 41,2 millones de iraníes participaron en la elección, es decir una participación del 73%. El presidente iraní Hassan Rohani fue reelegido este sábado con el 57% de los votos en la primera vuelta de las elecciones presidenciales, una victoria que le deja las manos libres para seguir con su política de apertura dentro y fuera del país.

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  • North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile Into Sea Of Japan

    North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile Into Sea Of Japan

    In its latest effort to develop its ballistic and nuclear weapons, North Korea fired a medium-range missile Sunday that appeared to be similar to one the country tested earlier this year, US and South Korean officials said. We continue to monitor North Korea's actions closely. It has been working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the USA mainland.

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  • Pence delivers commencement address at Grove College

    Pence delivers commencement address at Grove College

    It was a good day for them, even with all of the extra security measures created to keep us and Vice President Pence safe. The vice president told graduates that the college has fostered an identity of excellence and independence, noting that the school has refused all federal funding since the 1980s.

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  • North Korea fires ballistic missile in latest test: Seoul

    North Korea fires ballistic missile in latest test: Seoul

    A White House official visiting Saudi Arabia with Trump confirmed the North had test-fired a medium-range ballistic missile but appeared to play down Sunday's launch. North Korea has accused the United Nations and the USA of "double dealing" for condemning Pyongyang's Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) tests, a media report said on Sunday.

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  • OKC's Enes Kanter detained in Romania

    OKC's Enes Kanter detained in Romania

    Kanter claimed, however, that the detention and passport cancellation were because of his political views against Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Kanter said on his Twitter account that he would hold a news conference in NY on Sunday to discuss his situation. Romanian border police confirmed facts related to Mr Kanter's story, but did not speculate over the reasons.

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  • Investigación sobre Rusia es la mayor caza de brujas en EEUU — Trump

    Esto después del nombramiento de un fiscal especial, el exdirector del FBI Robert Mueller , para supervisar la investigación sobre la supuesta injerencia rusa en las elecciones y los posibles nexos con su campaña. En respuesta, dijo esperar "que esta cuestión sea concluida rápidamente". El lunes, el caso adquirió aún más gravedad después que el diario New York Times aseguró que Trump llegó a sugerir a Comey que abandone las investigaciones del FBI sobre Flynn, en un gesto que constituye ...

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  • Turkey's Erdogan re-elected as party leader

    Turkey's Erdogan re-elected as party leader

    Before the constitutional changes Erdogan were pushed through, Turkey's presidents had to sever ties with their political parties in order to be regarded as an impartial head of state. He is the first president to lead a party since Ismet Inonu, who succeeded modern Turkey's founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, and was head of state until 1950.

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  • Danny DeVito urges United Kingdom to vote Jeremy Corbyn in the General Election

    Labour went on the attack over the plans to end the pensions triple lock, which guarantees annual rises of at least 2.5%, in an effort to attract the so-called "grey vote". Mrs May, whose party is ahead in the polls, took aim at her Labour opponent in the Mail, saying Mr Corbyn was "simply not up to the job of leading Britain through the critical years ahead".

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  • Francisco llegó a Portugal para visitar la Basílica de Fátima

    Francisco llegó a Portugal para visitar la Basílica de Fátima

    Los pequeños Francisco y Jacinta , humildes e iletrados, murieron de gripe española a los diez y nueve años , respectivamente, algunos años después de haber visto en 1917 seis apariciones de la madre de Jesús . Considerados como perturbadores del orden público, fueron encarcelados, pero luego liberados por presión popular. El Vaticano se plantea beatificarla desde 2008, tres años después de que falleciera.

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  • North Korea fires unidentified missile

    The reclusive state has been working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the US mainland. The newspaper likened the USA aircraft carrier to a "gross animal" and said a strike on the carrier would be "an actual example to show our military's force".

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  • Church cannot ignore injustice in Israel-Palestine conflict, bishops say

    Church cannot ignore injustice in Israel-Palestine conflict, bishops say

    The Palestinian Health Ministry said five people were wounded by live fire and 10 by rubber bullets in protests across the West Bank. The incident took place near a checkpoint where the day before, an Israeli settler opened fire at Palestinians who pelted his auto with rocks at a protest in solidarity with the hunger-strikers.

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  • Trump sets conditions for engagement with North Korea- Seoul

    Trump sets conditions for engagement with North Korea- Seoul

    Any one of which would make any nuclear device North Korea can make look like a firecracker. AFP | Thousands of men in their Sunday best and women in colourful traditional dress lined the streets of Pyongyang to give the scientists and workers behind North Korea's latest missile test a hero's welcome, state media reported Friday.

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  • Partido de Djokovic-Del Potro fue suspendido por la lluvia

    La organización decidió postergar hasta mañana el encuentro. El jugador de Belgrado abrió el partido perdiendo el saque, pero reaccionó de forma inmediata y consiguió seis juegos consecutivos, con tres roturas, para cerrar con un contundente 6-1 el primer parcial.

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  • Afghan officials: 3 killed after gunmen storm bank

    Afghan officials: 3 killed after gunmen storm bank

    Media reports said a foreigner and a local bodyguard were killed in the attack. The official said the insurgents had also suffered "numerous casualties", but he could not provide the exact figures. Authorities in Helsinki confirmed that a Finnish citizen had been kidnapped, adding that they were investigating the incident in coordination with their counterparts in Kabul.

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  • S. Korea, US say N. Korea fires midrange missile

    S. Korea, US say N. Korea fires midrange missile

    Pyongyang's official Korean Central News Agency said the May 14 test showed North Korea "has all powerful means for retaliatory strike" should Washington take any military action to stop its nuclear weapons program. Last Sunday, the North tested-fired an intermediate range missile that flew further and higher than those previously tested. Pyongyang has long had missiles that can reach targets across the South and Japan.

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  • Christian leaders urge Trump to declare Jerusalem as Israel's capital

    Most of the West Bank is entirely under Israeli control and Palestinians face extremely long odds in being granted building permits in those areas, while Israeli settlement building has meanwhile continued. "We have great respect for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and the decision to have the rabbi [of the Western Wall] accompany us was primarily because that is the custom at the site".

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  • Netanyahu orders Cabinet to attend Trump arrival ceremony

    Well, let me tell you something , the almost 4,000 year old Jewish people don't need anybody's recognition of Jerusalem as our capital city. Netanyahu says he is ready to resume negotiations without preconditions, but Abbas insists that there must be an end-game.

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  • Houston congressman threatened with lynching after calling for Trump's impeachment

    Houston congressman threatened with lynching after calling for Trump's impeachment

    At a town hall in Houston on Saturday, Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, played voicemails that his office received and recorded, which included vulgar threats and racial slurs directed at the congressman, the Houston Chronicle reported. Another man left a message saying Green would be the one impeached after "a short trial" and then he would be hanged, according to the recording. "No one is above the law and that includes the President", Green said in an address Wednesday on the House floor.

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  • Huma Abedin files for divorce after husband's guilty plea

    The decision ultimately lies with Judge Loretta A. Preska of US District Court in New York City; sentencing is set for September 8. In a release, acting Manhattan U.S. Following the incident with the 15-year-old girl, Weiner said, "I came to grips for the first time with the depths of my sickness" and started mental health treatment.

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  • Rebels leave last opposition district in Syria's Homs

    Rebels leave last opposition district in Syria's Homs

    The evacuation of Waer will bring Assad regime closer to cementing its control over more parts of the war-wracked country. Under the deal, opposition fighters are granted safe passage by the government out of Homs to rebel-held areas elsewhere in Syria.

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  • Trump, Tillerson, Sell Saudis $110 Billion Arms Package

    Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner arrive to attend the presentation of the Order of Abdulaziz al-Saud medal at the Saudi Royal Court in Riyadh on Saturday. The president on Sunday also convened the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council as part of his effort to counter Iran with a Nato-like Arab force. The deals are at least in part aimed at garnering good will with Trump, who has focused on delivering a boost to companies in those three industries, giving him a multibillion-dollar package to ...

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