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Trump was in the room during hush money negotiations

Trump was in the room during hush money negotiations

Cohen , who has been sentenced to three years in prison , claims he followed "a bad path" in being loyal to Trump but would "not be the villain" in the story, in an interview with USA broadcaster AB...

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Erdogan: Turkey will enter Syria's Manbij if USA doesn't remove YPG fighters

Erdogan: Turkey will enter Syria's Manbij if USA doesn't remove YPG fighters

However, a new conflict is looming as these same Pentagon-backed fighters face an imminent threat from a fellow US partner. The video, which has been filmed with a forehead camera, shows several Dae...

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France needs calm, order and return to normal after protests: Macron - International

France needs calm, order and return to normal after protests: Macron - International

Security officials - who told the AP they were not authorised to comment publicly - confirmed the restrictions, which they said were announced at a meeting between senior police officers and retailers...

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Death toll rises to 4 in Strasbourg shooting in France

Death toll rises to 4 in Strasbourg shooting in France

Some unconfirmed reports said three people had died and as many as nine were wounded. A terrorism investigation has been opened into Tuesday's attack, which put parts of the city on lockdown. Chek...

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Australia recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Australia recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel's capital

The Palestinian leadership has denounced the latest decision by the Australian government to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as the capital of the Israeli regime, describing the move as "irresponsible" an...

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Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to Leave Administration This Month

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to Leave Administration This Month

The Cabinet post requires Senate confirmation. Zinke assumed office on March 1, 2017, and became the 52nd Secretary of the Interior for the United States. Asked by reporters last month whether he mi...

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Indian Supreme Court backs PM Modi over Rafale jet deal

Indian Supreme Court backs PM Modi over Rafale jet deal

Dassault Aviation, the makers of Rafale , had chosen Reliance Defence as its partner to fulfill offset obligations of the deal. In an apparent attack on Rahul Gandhi, who has been alleging corrupt...

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Melania Trump makes Christmas visit to children’s hospital

When asked by Fox News' Sean Hannity what the hardest thing she'd had to deal with was, she singled out the media, the Washington Post reports. Among the groups of opportunists she named were ...

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Mahinda Rajapaksa resigns as Sri Lanka's Prime Minister

Mahinda Rajapaksa resigns as Sri Lanka's Prime Minister

The United National Party (UNP) said that President Maithripala Sirisena had a discussion with Wickremesinghe over the telephone today. Meanwhile, a lawyer on behalf of Ranil Wickremesinghe has ...

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Theresa May squares up to Juncker in squabble over ‘nebulous’ insult

British Prime Minister Theresa May , right, greets European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker during a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels. But Mr Juncker criticised Britain's la...

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Sacking of Sri Lanka parliament illegal

Sacking of Sri Lanka parliament illegal

Lawmakers have warned that public sector employees could cease being paid from the beginning of next month. The confidence vote in former Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe was passed by 117 vot...

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Pope Cuts 2 Cardinals From Cabinet Named in Abuse Scandal

Pope Cuts 2 Cardinals From Cabinet Named in Abuse Scandal

Pope Francis has dismissed Australian Cardinal George Pell from the Vatican's inner circle of advisers in light of the recent sexual abuse scandals, as SMH reports . At the time, he said that hi...

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Pentagon: Offensive against Kurds in Syria 'unacceptable'

Pentagon: Offensive against Kurds in Syria 'unacceptable'

Ankara has repeatedly lambasted Washington for providing military support to the militia and threatened to attack areas held by the YPG. Ankara says the organization is an affiliate of the PKK, d...

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May: Still work to do on Brexit deal

May: Still work to do on Brexit deal

She said they would need to help change the "dynamic" in the parliament by tackling the backstop's image problem with a package of assurances that make clear it won't be used to lock the United Kin...

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7-year-old migrant girl held at USA border dies in custody

7-year-old migrant girl held at USA border dies in custody

They came in such a large crowd it took our Border Patrol folks a couple times to get them all'. An autopsy was scheduled to try to determine what killed the girl, who appeared to be dehydrated and ...

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Nancy Pelosi paves way to be House speaker with term limit deal

Nancy Pelosi paves way to be House speaker with term limit deal

As part of the agreement, Pelosi is backing a proposal to enact term limits for the party's top three leaders. This change is retroactive with Pelosi entering her third term in 2019. The speaker vot...

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Bomb threat at Facebook facility reported but no suspicious devices found

Bomb threat at Facebook facility reported but no suspicious devices found

The Facebook campus is shown in this aerial photo in Menlo Park, California April 6, 2016. "The building is all clear and secure", Menlo Park police said in a statement. Facebook confirmed in an ...

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Trump Inauguration Committee Under Criminal Probe

Trump Inauguration Committee Under Criminal Probe

The probe, which originates out of the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's Office, is also "examining whether some of the committee's top donors gave money in exchange for access to the incoming Trump adminis...

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Brinks truck incident causes mad dash for cash on highway

Brinks truck incident causes mad dash for cash on highway

The truck does not have any visible body damage from a crash. Denominations as high as $100 bills were seen scattered all along the road. Video captured motorists and passengers on the road, picki...

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Trump says more than 10 people want top White House job

Trump says more than 10 people want top White House job

Nick Ayers (L), chief of staff to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence looks on as President Donald Trump holds a cabinet meeting at the White House , May 9, 2018. "We have a lot of great people for ch...

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Troops from 2 Koreas check removal of each other’s border posts

Troops from 2 Koreas check removal of each other’s border posts

News 1 reported Monday North Korea erected a "yellow flag" to mark the middle line between North and South, ahead of inspections of demolished guard posts on Wednesday. Later in the trip, the Amer...

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'Boris the Robot' on Russian TV was reportedly man in suit

'Boris the Robot' on Russian TV was reportedly man in suit

Meanwhile, it is reported that "Russia 24" has removed from its YouTube channel and the episode of the program "Vesti Yaroslavl" with "robot Boris". A robot that appeared at a tech show in Russian F...

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China probing two Canadians

China probing two Canadians

On Monday, the Beijing Bureau of State Security detained Michael Kovrig , a Canadian diplomat who is on a leave from his job. In 2014, Canada arrested Chinese businessman Su Bin, a Chinese nation...

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Judge demands documents related to Michael Flynn's interview with Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2017

Judge demands documents related to Michael Flynn's interview with Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2017

The lawyers said Flynn received a call out of the blue from then-deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe. Comey went on to acknowledge the way the interview was set up - not through the White House coun...

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United States will cut aid to African countries working with China, Russia: Bolton

United States will cut aid to African countries working with China, Russia: Bolton

Framing it as a top national security objective, Bolton said the USA would build up economic ties with the region to create opportunities for American businesses and protect the independence of Africa...

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Unfounded bomb threats reported in cities across Canada, U.S.

Unfounded bomb threats reported in cities across Canada, U.S.

In Montreal, five different businesses received threatening emails but police reported that nothing suspicious at the locations were found. Police at the University of Wisconsin in Madison tweet...

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Bomb threats made at Columbine High School, site of 1999 shooting

Bomb threats made at Columbine High School, site of 1999 shooting

Authorities conducted a search, found no suspects, and decided the threat was baseless about 12:45 p.m., the sheriff's office said. Helicopter video from Columbine showed a large police presence a...

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Russian Spy Maria Butina Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy Against The United States

The judge asked Butina and her attorney if conditions had impaired her psychologically to the point she had agreed to plead guilty. Appearing in court Thursday, Butina confirmed she had worked "...

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Arrested at Border Protest

Arrested at Border Protest

Despite tough new immigration policies imposed by the Trump administration, the USA is still the top pick by far for migrants seeking a new home, according to a new report . The pro-business coup gov...

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No deal in climate change talks would be 'suicidal — UN's Guterres

No deal in climate change talks would be 'suicidal — UN's Guterres

This means sacrifices, but it will benefit us all collectively. "A new leadership must step up", said Vanessa Perez-Cirera of the environmental group WWF. The climate talks are taking place agains...

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