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Of particular focus are the events leading up to his decision to announce in July 2016, without Justice Department approval, that "no reasonable prosecutor" would recommend charges against Clinton, as well as the decision to tell lawmakers days before the November 2016 election that FBI agents had recovered additional emails possibly relevant to the investigation.
  • Italy still waiting for apology from France's Macron: deputy PM

    Italy still waiting for apology from France's Macron: deputy PM

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    The vessel, run by charity organizations, was denied port entry also by Malta, and was eventually offered to dock in Spain. But Italy's foreign minister, Enzo Moavero, kept up the barrage by telling a French envoy that Macron's comments were "unjustifiable" and had compromised relations between the two countries.
  • Mike Pompeo Is Insulting Our Intelligence

    Mike Pompeo Is Insulting Our Intelligence

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    Kim understood getting rid of his nuclear arsenal needed to be done quickly and there would only be relief from stringent United Nations sanctions on North Korea after its "complete denuclearization", Pompeo said. The document the two leaders signed Tuesday did not include details of how and when North Korea would denuclearize, nor did it spell out exactly what "security guarantees" the United States would provide to North Korea.
  • Trump, Lee to hold bilateral meetings, working lunch today

    Trump, Lee to hold bilateral meetings, working lunch today

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    Critics of the summit leapt at the leaders' handshake and the moonlight stroll Kim took Monday night along the glittering Singapore waterfront, saying it was further evidence that Trump was helping legitimize Kim on the world stage as an equal of the US president .
  • FG declares Friday, Monday public holidays

    FG declares Friday, Monday public holidays

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    For Muslims everywhere, the festival of Eid Al-fitr is fast-approaching. Muscat: The Shawwal Moon sighting Committee will gather tomorrow, Thursday, between 6:00-8:30 pm to confirm the sighting of Shawwal crescent. It also involves shorter working hours - usually two hours for the private sector. What is Eid al-Adha? Eid al-Fitr means new beginnings and it is considered auspicious to eat something sweet in order to kick-start the holy day; hence the name Meethi Eid.
  • Watching coverage of the Trump-Kim summit

    Watching coverage of the Trump-Kim summit

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    North Korea typically heavily censors its content, indicating Kim's trip overseas and meeting with Trump was a huge propaganda win. And in spite of Mr Trump's announcement, Onodera said that Japan would continue its military exercises with the United States and will continue to improve defences against any possible North Korean strike.
  • Proposal to split California into three states makes November ballot

    Proposal to split California into three states makes November ballot

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    California governments would be served by three smaller state governments. 40 counties from Santa Cruz to the OR border, including the Bay Area, the Sacramento region and parts of the San Joaquin Valley. Nevertheless, Draper has argued it's necessary to fix the state government. Southern California would begin in Fresno and cover most of the southern state.
  • Cohen likely to cooperate with federal prosecutors

    Cohen likely to cooperate with federal prosecutors

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    The WSJ reports Cohen's attorneys had been reviewing more than 3.7 million documents seized from Cohen, ahead of a Friday deadline set by Judge Kimba Wood of the Southern District of NY. Cohen denied that in a statement to Vanity Fair . Longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen continues to be under pressure to cooperate with federal prosecutors, after the raids of his home and office in April.
  • Government compromise on 'meaningful vote' avoids Brexit defeat

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    The Conservative backbencher revealed that six undercover police officers gave protection to an MP on a public engagement amid claims that threats were influencing Brexit votes. That both sides have dug in so doggedly is a sign of how important - and divisive - the amendment is: it will determine whether parliament will have more power over the final stages of the Brexit deal, rather than the "take it or leave it vote" Mrs May has offered.
  • Trump targets this SC candidate with a primary day tweet

    Trump targets this SC candidate with a primary day tweet

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    Arrington vanquished the 58-year-old career politician by running a textbook contrast campaign - resulting in a stunning upset punctuated by a last-second endorsement from USA president Donald Trump . Jacky Rosen was projected as the victor over five long-shot candidates. There is no Democratic primary for this race. "I am extremely disappointed that a candidate like Corey Stewart could win the Republican nomination for US Senate", former Virginia Republican Lt.
  • United States air force deserter found alive in California after 35 year manhunt

    United States air force deserter found alive in California after 35 year manhunt

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    The only clue Hughes left behind was a trail of bank withdrawals, where he pulled out $28,500 from 19 different branches. Hughes was assigned to temporary duty in the Netherlands , working with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to test its new Airborne Warning and Control System, created to be used for surveillance, command and control, battle space management and communications.
  • White House seeks to block Congress from killing ZTE deal

    White House seeks to block Congress from killing ZTE deal

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    The Senate adopted a measure Tuesday to block President Donald Trump's deal to lift sanctions from Chinese telecom company ZTE. As part of the USA order, the Commerce Department also will select a monitor, known as a special compliance co-ordinator, within 30 days to report on compliance by ZTE and its affiliates worldwide for 10 years.
  • Trump SLAMS Canada’s Trudeau Over G7 Comments — ARCTIC BLAST

    Trump SLAMS Canada’s Trudeau Over G7 Comments — ARCTIC BLAST

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    Mr Trump said: "If they retaliate they are making a mistake". "You can't do that". The relationship between the USA and its allies was already off-balance after Mr. What did Navarro say Tuesday? "The comment was a bit over the top", Corker said. Mr. Navarro took flak from all sides for the comment. Not all US officials have joined Messrs.
  • 'Disappointing': Experts React To The United States-North Korea Summit

    'Disappointing': Experts React To The United States-North Korea Summit

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    Just like Kanye was big mad that he didn't get a meeting with Obama, Rodman shed MAGA tears that Obama wouldn't meet with him over his North Korean BFF. "I've always been an advocate of involving Dennis Rodman ", Clapper noted to Cuomo. Rodman said he received a call from the White House saying that " Donald Trump is so proud of you".
  • Navarro Voices Regret for Harsh Words About Canadian Leader

    Navarro Voices Regret for Harsh Words About Canadian Leader

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    The president said that Canada , Mexico and the European Union have taken advantage of an global trading system, benefiting from low USA tariffs while imposing high trade barriers of their own. "And that's what bad-faith Justin Trudeau did with that stunt press conference". Trump said he was retaliating against Canada with countervailing tariffs, saying of Trudeau: "He learned that's going to cost a lot of money for the people of Canada ".
  • Macedonia and Greece reach agreement on

    Macedonia and Greece reach agreement on "Northern Macedonia"

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    It was only with the adoption of a provisional name - the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) - that the country was finally admitted into the United Nations in 1993. "The acceptance of the Macedonian language and nationality is an unacceptable national retreat", he said. Both governments have faced criticism ahead of the compromise and on Tuesday Macedonia's President Gjorge Ivanov signalled his concern.
  • Putin says willing to meet Trump whenever US is ready

    Putin says willing to meet Trump whenever US is ready

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    Trump also reiterated Russia's support in a return to the G7 group, despite a negative reaction from other members of the group of the most developed economies in the world. "Everyone demonstrated solidarity with London over a certain event in Salisbury but nothing concrete was said again", Putin said. Speaking during a summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Qingdao on Sunday, Putin emphasized that the bloc members are anxious about the US move.
  • Officer rescues toddler running on side of IL highway

    Officer rescues toddler running on side of IL highway

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    Mannino, who was on patrol, stopped his police auto to block a lane of traffic, ran after the child and scooped him up, telling him "you're OK". Mannino was presented his department's lifesaving award on Thursday, the department said. An Illinois police sergeant is being hailed a hero after rescuing a young child who "escaped his mother's watchful eye". After about 30 strides, Mannino catches the child, according to the dashcam footage.
  • Sterling rises as PM May wins parliament vote on Brexit

    Sterling rises as PM May wins parliament vote on Brexit

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    Some lawmakers tried to shout him down and accused the government of wanting too much power. In the tense atmosphere where it was not clear which way the vote would go, the government secured its victory only after offering concessions to one of the leaders of a group of Conservative lawmakers who were threatening to vote against May.
  • Paul raccoon reaches roof after death-defying climb up downtown tower

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    At one point, a small crowd had gathered on the street to see what would happen next. It was dubbed the #MPRraccoon because Minnesota Public Radio , whose offices are in a nearby building, documented the animal's long, odd trip. It was filmed stretching and grooming itself on a ledge on the 23rd floor of the building, apparently nonchalant about both the deadly drop and its new social media fame.
  • Virginia primary voters to pick nominees in local, federal races

    Virginia primary voters to pick nominees in local, federal races

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    The South Carolina race for governor also featured a Trump loyalist, Gov. Henry McMaster, but he was unable to avoid a runoff. The AP actually called the Democratic primary before the Republican contest . Voters head to the polls for Tuesday's primary to decide which candidates will face off for congressional and Senate seats in November. Armstrong's closest opponent was actually state Sen.
  • France, Germany making progress on euro zone roadmap - French minister

    France, Germany making progress on euro zone roadmap - French minister

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    Other observers highlighted a victory for Berlin's spin doctors. "No more . (photo by @RegSprecher)", crediting Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert's account for the image for good measure. "First of all, we'll try and see if we can prevent this". Echoing Merkel's sentiments, French President Emmanuel Macron's office said that "international cooperation can not depend on fits of anger and a few words ", according to a statement published by French public broadcaster RFI .
  • Canada condemns US attack on Trudeau, country simmers

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    He added: "I actually like Justin, you know, I think he's good, I like him, but he shouldn't have done that. You can't do that". Trudeau has not reacted to the comments. "Obviously, we don't want to be held hostage to these tariffs Donald Trump has arbitrarily put in place, but there are other things that we would like to see in terms of advancing the free trade agenda".