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A line was redacted before it continued: "undermine and influence the outcome of the 2016 USA presidential election in violation of US criminal law". Appearing on CNN on Sunday, Page denied the allegations. The FBI later posted the documents to its FOIA website online. All of those judges were appointed by Republican presidents. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said the documents "affirm that our nation faced a ...
  • Ireland open to 'better' Northern Ireland border backstop

    Ireland open to 'better' Northern Ireland border backstop

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    Speaking at the city's Waterfront Hall, she is due to say that any such deal would go against the Good Friday Agreement, which brought peace to Northern Ireland 20 years ago after decades of conflict. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, meanwhile, insisted the deal is "absolutely alive" despite the Government being forced to make concessions to Brexiteers.
  • He’s growing up: Prince George turns five on Sunday

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    The photograph was taken after George's baby brother Prince Louis' christening earlier this month, and sees the third in line to the throne smiling broadly. George, who got to stay up 15 minutes past his bedtime, shook hands with POTUS while dressed in a bathrobe and monogrammed slippers. The little prince is as enamored of flying machines as his dad, thus his delight at getting to explore a real helicopter at the Hamburg airport during an official visit to Germany in July 2017.
  • Iran sues United States over sanctions

    Iran sues United States over sanctions

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    The principal judicial organ of the UN - the global court of justice confirmed on July 17 that Iran has filed a lawsuit against the United States in relation to the re-imposition of sanctions by the administration of US President Donald trump .
  • The Americans did not give visas to PA officials

    The Americans did not give visas to PA officials

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    The Arab League underlined the need for the worldwide community to fulfill its responsibilities towards the Palestinian people, by exerting pressure on Israel, lifting its immunity and obliging it to implement the resolutions of global legitimacy.
  • Lavrov tells Pompeo: free Russian woman accused in USA of espionage

    Lavrov tells Pompeo: free Russian woman accused in USA of espionage

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    In April, the South's President Moon Jae-in held a summit with the North's leader Kim Jong Un, during which they vowed to increase their co-operation in sport. Coats said he hoped to learn more about the meeting, where only Mr. Trump, Putin and interpreters were present. Pompeo said "the scope and scale" of denuclearization "is agreed to" and "the North Koreans understand what that means", though he didn't elaborate and sidestepped a question on what the first step should be.
  • Suspect Takes Hostages at Los Angeles Trader Joes

    Suspect Takes Hostages at Los Angeles Trader Joes

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    The suspect apparently crashed his vehicle into the store, opened fire at the officers following him, the rushed inside the store. Los Angeles Times reports that authorities arrived to the store at around 4 p.m. Photos posted on social media show a auto crashed outside the store entrance as heavily armed police swarm the area. The video also showed officers carrying a person who appeared to be injured, as well as people climbing out of a store window and down a ladder.
  • 7 injured when tornado hits Iowa factory

    7 injured when tornado hits Iowa factory

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    As of Friday morning, no deaths have been reported in Iowa due to the storms. Krull said the weather service expected a severe weather threat to remain in effect through 7 p.m.to 8 p.m.as the storms moved east and north. Terri Shetler, owner of an embroidery shop on the town square, was digging out her 2017 Toyota Sienna, missing a front quarter panel, windows blown out and filled with mud, shingles and wood slivers.
  • Michael Cohen’s Phone-Taping Is ‘Perhaps Illegal’

    Michael Cohen’s Phone-Taping Is ‘Perhaps Illegal’

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    Trump tweets: "The good news is that your favorite President did nothing wrong! ". Michael Cohen recorded the conversation with Trump, which was seized by federal agents. "Any attempt at spin can not change what is on the tape". "When the recording is heard, it will not hurt Mr. Cohen", Davis said in a statement. They shared the recording with Trump's lawyers as well, The New York Times reported , citing three people briefed on the matter.
  • Trump claims ex-lawyer's phone-taping is 'perhaps illegal'

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    The New York Times first reported that the FBI seized the recording during the raid earlier this year on Cohen's office as part of an investigation into the former Trump lawyer's payments to women to shut down stories about his client leading up to the 2016 election - a practice known as "catch-and-kill".
  • Hundreds displaced in NYC by steam pipe explosion

    Hundreds displaced in NYC by steam pipe explosion

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    Con Edison says if you were in the immediate area when the pipe exploded , you should have bagged up your clothes by now. Police and firefighters blocked access to buildings close to the explosion, including the one where Paul Schweitzer runs what he called with a twinkle in his eye "a very important service that New Yorkers rely on" - the Gramercy Typewriter fix company.
  • IN family killed in duck boat accident; Gov. Holcomb's statement

    IN family killed in duck boat accident; Gov. Holcomb's statement

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    A survivor of the Missouri tourist boat accident who lost nine relatives in the tragedy has claimed the captain told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets. Tia Coleman was one of the survivors, and was on board with 10 family members when the boat sank . The duck boat was one of two in the water at the time but the other safely reached shore.
  • Investor frenzy in S. Korea over Russia treasure ship rumors

    Investor frenzy in S. Korea over Russia treasure ship rumors

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    Experts from South Korea, Britain and Canada filmed the wreck 1,400 feet below the sea level with two manned submersibles. Unlike most of the Russian fleet, the Donskoi escaped the initial fight without significant harm, but Japanese warships caught up with her the day after and inflicted serious damage.
  • Bus passengers injured in knife attack, suspect in custody

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    Police spokesman Duerk Duerbrook said the attack occurred Friday in the Kuecknitz district of Luebeck. The police confirmed that some people have indeed been wounded but said that no one was killed. "No one was injured". Earlier, police in the state of Schleswig-Holstein, where Luebeck is located, tweeted that there was a major police deployment under way in the city.
  • Archaeologists Find Unexpected Contents Inside Alexandria Coffin

    Archaeologists Find Unexpected Contents Inside Alexandria Coffin

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    The tomb is believed to be from the early Ptolemaic period, between 305 BC to 30 BC - after the death of Macedonian ruler Alexander the Great in 323 BC. Also found inside the 50-tonne coffin was a significant amount of sewage which had leaked its way inside over two millennia. Initially the plan was to excavate the sarcophagus over days and open it at a museum, where its lid would be pried open .
  • Iran takes United States to ICJ over re-imposed sanctions

    Iran takes United States to ICJ over re-imposed sanctions

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    Last week, Trump said that with the U.S. increasing sanctions on Iran, "at a certain point they're going to call me and say 'let's make a deal, ' and we'll make a deal". "Iran is committed to the rule of law in the face of USA contempt for diplomacy and legal obligations", Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in a statement Monday.
  • Under secretary of defense defends Putin invite to DC

    Under secretary of defense defends Putin invite to DC

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    Former intelligence officials say Coats is just speaking truth to power, a mantra often used in describing the intelligence agencies' historical relationship with any president. There was more verbal drama at Wednesday's Cabinet meeting, when Trump was asked by a reporter if Russian Federation was still targeting the U.S.
  • Donald Trump just said one thing, but meant something else -- again

    Donald Trump just said one thing, but meant something else -- again

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    Democratic lawmakers meanwhile pushed for Congress to subpoena Trump's summit interpreter to find out what transpired during his private meeting with Putin. But the investigation is progressing, as evidenced by the indictment of 12 Russian military intelligence agents on Friday - timing that was embarrassing ahead of the summit with Putin.
  • Robert Mueller seeks immunity for five witnesses in Paul Manafort's upcoming trial

    Robert Mueller seeks immunity for five witnesses in Paul Manafort's upcoming trial

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    His Virginia trial is slated to begin next week, though his lawyers are seeking to delay it and will argue for the delay in a hearing on July 23 before Judge T.S. "The motions indicate that the named individuals will not testify or provide other information on the basis of their privilege against self-incrimination, and that the government is requesting that the Court compel them to testify at the upcoming trial", the request says.
  • Palestinians dead in Israeli airstrikes on Gaza Strip

    Palestinians dead in Israeli airstrikes on Gaza Strip

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    But after weeks of unrelenting fires, and growing political pressure from Israelis living near the border, the government has now declared the balloons to be an unbearable provocation that must be met firmly. Gaza officials said four Palestinians were killed in the strikes, three of them members of militant group Hamas. No statements have been issued by Netanyahu or the army.
  • France responds following Rahul’s comments on Rafale deal

    France responds following Rahul’s comments on Rafale deal

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    Modi also said TDP walked into the Trap set by YSR Congress in quitting NDA. The No-Confidence motion against the BJP led NDA government is underway in parliament today. Everybody understands the amount of money that goes into the marketing of the prime minister and everybody knows who have funded that. One of those people was given the Rafale contract.
  • Sanders calls on lawmakers to reject Russian meddling

    Sanders calls on lawmakers to reject Russian meddling

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    Trump, facing a political uproar over his failure to confront Putin during their Helsinki summit on Monday over Russia's 2016 US election meddling, adopted his usual defiant posture, calling his critics deranged. On Thursday, Mr Trump accused opponents of preferring to go to war rather than seeing good relations with Russian Federation. The two leaders held two hours of closed-door talks with no one else present but the interpreters.
  • German bus passengers injured in knife attack, suspect in custody

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    An arrest has been made. The force described it as a "major police deployment", adding that there had been no fatalities. "The background to this act is completely unclear", she said. The rampage took place in the northern German city of Luebeck with police saying a major operation is underway in the area. "The bus was full", the police said, appealing to passengers who fled the scene to contact them.
  • White House Still Sees Russian Meddling A Threat

    White House Still Sees Russian Meddling A Threat

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    White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the president actually was saying "no" to the prospect of answering more questions, not responding to the specific question. " The president is going to meet with his team and we'll let you know when we have an announcement on that", White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said in a news briefing.