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A subsequent ruling in 2016 required the government to release underage migrants from immigration detention within 72 hours and place them in the "least restrictive" settings possible, while generally barring the government from keeping children in family detention centres for more than 20 days.
  • Michael Horowitz: Justice Department investigating Comey memos

    Michael Horowitz: Justice Department investigating Comey memos

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    So what am I missing?" Horowitz also testified on Monday before the Senate Judiciary Committee . Gowdy excoriated Comey for delivering a watered down exoneration of Clinton, making decisions on his own, and not seeking a special counsel in the Clinton email investigation, while going out of his way to do so in regards to President Donald Trump .
  • House set to vote Thursday on immigration bills

    House set to vote Thursday on immigration bills

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    Senators anxious Trump's fix would not stand up in court and were eager to go on record in opposition to the practice of separating families. Problem solved, right? Not quite. Marshals Service and sends many children to facilities run by the Department of Health and Human Services. "There are workable alternatives", president Richard Cohen said in a statement.
  • Italy's interior minister turns gaze to 'Roma question'

    Italy's interior minister turns gaze to 'Roma question'

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    A convoy consisting of the aid ship Aquarius and two Italian military ships disembarked the passengers in Valencia , Spain on Sunday, a week after Italy and Malta had refused to give the Aquarius permission to dock. "They will be dealt with according to our laws, without exception", Spain's minister of public works, Jose Luis Abalos, said Saturday. The boatload of migrants that was forced to spend days crossing the western Mediterranean includes 123 unaccompanied minors, 11 children and ...
  • North Korea's Kim hails 'unity' with China in new visit

    North Korea's Kim hails 'unity' with China in new visit

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    While China was not present at the June 12 summit in Singapore, it lent Kim a plane to travel to the city-state, a clear sign that it remains an influential force in the diplomatic shuffle. Trump's impatience to reduce a US trade deficit that hit $376 billion previous year. USA military officials said on Wednesday that the UN Command, the US-led coalition that fought the war, was planning to oversee the repatriation of more remains which could happen in the next few days.
  • United States withdraws from UN Human Rights Council

    United States withdraws from UN Human Rights Council

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    Said Haley: "I want to make it crystal clear that this step is not a retreat from human rights commitments". Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced on Tuesday that the USA is pulling out of the UN Human Rights Council, accusing the body in a statement of bias against Israel .
  • Israeli Prime Minister's Wife, Sara Netanyahu, Indicted For Fraud

    Israeli Prime Minister's Wife, Sara Netanyahu, Indicted For Fraud

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    The wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been charged with falsifying household expenses in order to have catered meals supplied to their official residence. Cohen has said that if the charges only related to NIS 30,000-NIS 40,000 at most, they could be dropped as relating to an oversight. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also faces several police investigations into alleged corruption.
  • Government defeated heavily in Lords on 'meaningful' Brexit vote

    Government defeated heavily in Lords on 'meaningful' Brexit vote

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    The proposal passed on Monday will now be voted upon in the lower House of Commons on Wednesday, with the pro-EU camp still seeking compromise but warning they could collapse the government unless their demands are met. Lord Hailsham said that Mr Grieve thought he had an agreement with the solicitor general last week, but it then appeared "senior ministers" had objected to it and it had now been "repudiated".
  • New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern gives birth

    New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern gives birth

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    Ardern found out she was pregnant on October 13, just six days before she was propelled into the job when Peters, the leader of the New Zealand First Party, announced he was siding with her Labour Party in post-election negotiations. "It was a defining moment, especially for young women , proving that a woman could work and have a baby in the highest and most challenging leadership positions".
  • 'You have to take the children away'

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    After his remarks, the president raised eyebrows by walking across the stage, arms outstretched, and embracing a U.S. flag. The bill faces strong headwinds as it is opposed by Democrats, who object to another provision that would cut legal immigration levels, and conservative Republicans who are backing a rival bill that takes a harder line on immigration.
  • Greece, Macedonia to sign deal ending yearslong name dispute

    Greece, Macedonia to sign deal ending yearslong name dispute

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    In a joint appearance with FYROM premier Zoran Zaev, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras described the agreement as "patriotic and mutually beneficial", and stressed the importance of safeguarding it. The two premiers, born just months apart in 1974, have bucked strong hostile reactions at home to push ahead with the agreement. Thus, as a result of signing the historic Pact, Macedonia has been renamed the Republic of Northern Macedonia.
  • Tear gas explosion at Caracas club kills 17 people - minister

    Tear gas explosion at Caracas club kills 17 people - minister

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    The interior ministry ordered the nightclub to be shut down and is coordinating with the public ministry to carry out the necessary investigations. Julio Cesar Perdomo said his injured son told him the tear gas was launched from a bathroom and the establishment then closed the doors.
  • China 'underestimated' Trump, a key adviser says

    China 'underestimated' Trump, a key adviser says

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    Trump said on Monday he had asked the US Trade Representative to target $200 billion worth of imports for a 10 percent levy, citing China's " unacceptable " move to raise its own tariffs. "That understanding, however, could leave it vulnerable to an outsized loss if the resilience many participants expect it to show again in the face of negative-sounding trade headlines doesn't persist".
  • To help migrant children, Republicans and Democrats must join forces

    To help migrant children, Republicans and Democrats must join forces

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    In 1997, the federal government ruled not to keep unaccompanied illegal immigrant children in custody for more than 20 days in a case called 'Flores.' The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals then added accompanied children to the agreement, meaning that the government had to either separate children from their parents or release the whole family.
  • 'Minor explosion' reported at London tube station

    'Minor explosion' reported at London tube station

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    They said they were not aware of any serious injuries in a message posted on Twitter about an hour after the incident. Emergency services are at the scene and the station is closed. Fellow user Salamander Sean added: "We have been told to stay inside". Police were called to the station over reports of an explosion and people running a little after 7 p.m.
  • Woman shouting 'Allahu akbar' injures two with blade in France

    Woman shouting 'Allahu akbar' injures two with blade in France

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    A woman injured two people with a cutter by shouting " Allahu akbar " Sunday in France's southeast department of Var, French media reported, adding that the suspect was under custody now. The police say that it is too early to say whether this incident be considered a terrorist act. The law enforcers have been searching her home, checking whether she had links to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) or other radical groups.
  • China sounds out Japan, S Korea for another summit this year

    China sounds out Japan, S Korea for another summit this year

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    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has made his third visit to China since March . Kim is reported to be accompanied by a much larger entourage than his two previous visits to Beijing . The agreement provided few details on how the USA and North Korea will achieve these goals. "The biggest concern of course is whether China [would] be excluded".
  • Trump Threatens China With Fresh Tariffs On $200 Billion Of Imports

    Trump Threatens China With Fresh Tariffs On $200 Billion Of Imports

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    Chinese officials have promised to respond accordingly if Trump continues to ratchet up tensions. Economists are anxious because neither side shows signs of backing down. What would that look like? Among the day's losers, the yuan weakened to 6.4948 to the dollar in the offshore market CNH=D3 , the lowest in five months, before easing to 6.4800 in late USA trading.