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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree approving a national plan for fighting corruption in Russia between 2018 and 2020, the Russian government said Saturday. On " Meet the Press ", Graham said he supports the meeting but hopes Trump will come out strongly against Russia's actions. "Putin was pretty clear with me about it and my response was we're going to have to agree to disagree on Ukraine".
  • Trump Bashes Dems Pushing to Abolish ICE: 'Zero Chance'

    Trump Bashes Dems Pushing to Abolish ICE: 'Zero Chance'

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    The Trump administration's crackdown on immigration has prompted some Democrats and activists on the left to call for ICE to be abolished. The separation of more than 2,000 children from their parents and guardians at the U.S. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who sought the Democratic nomination in 2016 and is mulling another run, has stopped short of his colleagues' calls to dismantle ICE.
  • Delhi: 11 members of a family found dead in Burari, investigation on

    Delhi: 11 members of a family found dead in Burari, investigation on

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    Ward commissioner Rekha Sinha informed that the family belonged to a person named Lalit and those deceased include him along with his mother, sister, wife, children, brother, brother's wife and his children. Police were promptly alerted who rushed to the house. The man reported the incident to police and cordoned the area. Police were investigating what led to their deaths, Mr Kumar said, adding no suicide note was found.
  • Toyota says Kentucky-made Camry price could increase $1,800 with Trump tariffs

    Toyota says Kentucky-made Camry price could increase $1,800 with Trump tariffs

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    Carmakers get parts from all over the world and ship their product all over the world, meaning they are very susceptible to price fluctuations that put kinks in their supply chains, the Times points out. The auto tariffs would disrupt that. Toyota noted that worldwide automakers assembling vehicles in the United States are based in countries including Japan, German and South Korea "that are America's closest allies".
  • Thieves Drain Bank Account of Oldest Living US Veteran

    Thieves Drain Bank Account of Oldest Living US Veteran

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    The thieves used the information to buy Treasury Direct savings bonds, using Richard's bank account number. When Volma spoke with KVUE Friday, he had not yet filed a police report. "Hopefully justice will be done", Overton said after the incident. Since its inception in December 2016, the page has raised more than $320,000, though a large portion of that money has already been spent.
  • Over 500 ICE Protesters Arrested Inside US CAPITOL — CAPITOL CHAOS

    Over 500 ICE Protesters Arrested Inside US CAPITOL — CAPITOL CHAOS

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    The White House intends to detain immigrant families together but might therefore hold children longer than previously allowed, according to new court documents filed by the US Justice Department . Demonstrators in front of the White House prior to a march against the separation of immigrant families. They claim that the US' request to be exempt from the 1997 agreement threatens the well-being of the children as well as the cities' interest in seeing the state licensing requirements of ...
  • Feds begin removing Occupy ICE protesters in Portland

    Feds begin removing Occupy ICE protesters in Portland

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    The agents recommend that Homeland Security dismiss the departments of ICE charged with deporting most undocumented immigrants and instead focus on their Homeland Security Investigations team, which fights cybercrime, drug smuggling and human trafficking.
  • Trump, at Rally, Vows to Carry On Anthony Kennedy's Legacy

    Trump, at Rally, Vows to Carry On Anthony Kennedy's Legacy

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    The Fargo rally honed Mr. Trump's stump speech that will be repeated throughout the campaign season. Leaders of farm groups and food banks used President Donald Trump's visit to North Dakota to protest about trade, ethanol production, nutrition programs and farm bill negotiations.
  • N Korea still building at nuclear site: Monitor

    N Korea still building at nuclear site: Monitor

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    Despite the diplomatic thaw, with summits between the North's leader Kim Jong Un and both the South's President Moon Jae-in and Donald Trump of the U.S., Pyongyang remains the target of heavy sanctions over its nuclear and missile programs.
  • Trump expects to meet Putin during trip to Europe in July

    Trump expects to meet Putin during trip to Europe in July

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    Bolton, a lifelong hawk who warned past year before his own appointment that Washington negotiated with Putin's Russian Federation at its peril, is due to give a news conference, where he might name the date and location of a summit. A senior US official said on Tuesday that Finland's capital Helsinki was being considered as a location. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was likely to meet his US counterpart Mike Pompeo beforehand, he added.
  • Trump says he'll name high court pick on July 9

    Trump says he'll name high court pick on July 9

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    President Donald Trump indicates that two women are on his short list of possible Supreme Court nominees and he will make a decision by July 9. Most Democrats and progressive groups are bracing for a generational battle, fearing that abortion rights, LGBT rights and the Affordable Care Act's coverage of those with pre-existing conditions will all be in jeopardy if President Donald Trump's eventual nominee is confirmed.
  • Hundreds of women in D.C. protest ‘zero-tolerance’ immigration policy

    Hundreds of women in D.C. protest ‘zero-tolerance’ immigration policy

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    They were processed on the scene and released. "Free families" and " This is what democracy looks like ". Almost 600 people were arrested at a protest organized by Women's March in Washington , D.C. Jayapal said she was arrested at the Hart Senate Office Building in Capitol Hill. "This is far beyond politics", Jayapal said. They came from all over the country, slept at friends' homes or in churches to risk arrest in Washington on Thursday.
  • House Rejects Immigration Bill After GOP Fails to Reach Agreement

    House Rejects Immigration Bill After GOP Fails to Reach Agreement

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    The final tally was 301-121. "The American people want a holistic approach to reforming immigration laws, that focuses on enforcement first before legalization", he said . With this in mind, it becomes clear that the opposition will continue to refuse to back any reform of USA immigration policy. The federal government is obligated to release any child from custody after about 20 days even if the child is in custody with their parents.
  • U.S., Russian Federation strike deal to hold Putin-Trump summit

    U.S., Russian Federation strike deal to hold Putin-Trump summit

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    Reports have said Helsinki, Finland, was being considered and that the face-to-face sitdown would happen around the time Trump visits Britain and attends a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation gathering in Brussels next month. "I believe that to a great extent this is the result of a bitter internal political struggle in the U.S.". "Russia has never intended for a confrontation", Putin said, according to a transcript on the Kremlin's website.
  • USA says India talks 'a priority' after postponing twice

    USA says India talks 'a priority' after postponing twice

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    The United States on Thursday said it would not tolerate the Pakistani government "giving safe haven to terrorists", adding that the message was being communicated to Pakistan "more strongly than in the past". The statement did not say whether Haley raised the issue of India cutting its dependence on Iranian oil following the USA decision to withdraw from a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
  • More Photos And Reactions Trail Lagos Tanker Explosion

    More Photos And Reactions Trail Lagos Tanker Explosion

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    Nigeria is one of Africa's top oil producers. "I want to commiserate with all the families of those that have lost their lives". Commuters were forced to walk as traffic backed up throughout the city and as a clean-up operation continued through the night until the road was reopened at about 7:30 am.
  • More Than $270 Million in Items Seized from Ex-Malaysian PM's Homes

    More Than $270 Million in Items Seized from Ex-Malaysian PM's Homes

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    The items numbered 12,000 in total including 1400 necklaces, 2200 rings, 2100 bangles, 2800 pairs of earrings and 14 tiaras . Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor will be called up by Bukit Aman in connection with the ongoing investigation into 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
  • Indonesia shuts down Bali airport as Agung volcano erupts

    Indonesia shuts down Bali airport as Agung volcano erupts

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    The cancelled flights included those between Kuala Lumpur and Bali, between Bangkok and Bali, between Singapore and Bali, between Perth and Bali, between Jakarta and Bali, between Bandung and Bali, between Yogyakarta and Bali, and between Solo and Bali, it said.
  • 'Multiple' deaths after reports of shots fired outside Maryland

    'Multiple' deaths after reports of shots fired outside Maryland

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    The New York Police Department immediately deployed counterterrorism teams to news organizations around the city in a move police said was prompted not by any specific threat but was instead done as a precaution. "I don't know why". "But as much as I'm going to try to articulate how traumatizing it is to be hiding under your desk, you don't know until you're there and you feel helpless", he told the newspaper.
  • Travel ruling could boost other immigration suits

    Travel ruling could boost other immigration suits

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    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is taking a victory lap after the Supreme Court decision on President Donald Trump's travel ban , posting a photo with the conservative Supreme Court justice he helped put on the bench. The third order was issued as a presidential proclamation in September. The court said the government had "set forth a sufficient national security justification" for the ban.
  • PRIMARY SHOCKER: Ocasio-Cortez defeats 10-term U.S. Rep. Crowley

    PRIMARY SHOCKER: Ocasio-Cortez defeats 10-term U.S. Rep. Crowley

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    Her policies included abolishing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE), medicare for all, free university education, criminal justice reform, and a federal jobs guarantee. The Bronx native and member of the Democratic Socialists of America was the first candidate in 14 years to even attempt to unseat Rep. Crowley. But Crowley suffered a shock upset in the Democratic primary held for his seat in NY.
  • Erdogan wins increased powers as rival concedes defeat

    Erdogan wins increased powers as rival concedes defeat

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    Although the margin of their lead narrowed steadily as votes were tallied across the nation of 81 million people, an AK Party official said Erdogan was expected to win more than the 50 per cent required to avoid a run-off. Mr Ince had previously complained that unequal campaign conditions in Turkey mean the election was "unjust". However, especially since the 2016 coup attempt , his government has cracked down on thousands of various opposition leaders, alleged coup plotters, ...
  • China hits back at US investment rules

    China hits back at US investment rules

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    The Dow Jones fell 166 points (0.7pc) to 24,118, and the S&P 500 dropped by a sharper 0.9 per cent. Forgoing a broader crackdown, Trump chose to go with a less harsh method to curb the investments: He will expand the use of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States to restrict Chinese investments.
  • US Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announces retirement

    US Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announces retirement

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    In a letter to Trump today, Kennedy said he would step down from his position on the high court, effective July 31. A furious Trump bashed the courts and his own Justice Department, but was forced to recast the ban again. "He has cared deeply about the relationship between the Constitution and individual liberty, and played a key role in helping to shape the Supreme Court's conservative jurisprudence in the areas of campaign finance and the First Amendment, gun rights and the ...
  • Migration on agenda at European Union summit in Brussels

    Migration on agenda at European Union summit in Brussels

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    On Saturday, another migrant rescue ship, the MV Lifeline , was waiting in the Mediterranean having been refused harbour by Italy and Malta. Salvini has repeatedly accused the charities of being complicit with human smugglers. Under the EU's so-called Dublin rules, asylum-seekers must be processed in the country where they first arrive, usually Italy, Greece and Spain. Seehofer has threatened to defy Merkel and order border police from next week to turn back asylum seekers already ...
  • Judge: Separated families must be reunited within 30 days

    Judge: Separated families must be reunited within 30 days

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    Sabraw, an appointee of President George W. Bush, also issued a nationwide injunction on future family separations, unless the parent is deemed unfit or doesn't want to be with the child. Amid an worldwide outcry, Trump last week issued an executive order to stop the separation of families and said parents and children will instead be detained together.