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Trump to give speech on radical ideology in Saudi Arabia

Trump to give speech on radical ideology in Saudi Arabia

Trump's first global foray provides the challenge of illustrating U.S. leadership even as much of his foreign policy team has yet to be named and the administration works out its positions on key issu...

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Trump claims 'absolute right' to share info with Russian Federation

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a statement that Congress "must be given a full briefing on the extent of the damage President Trump has done in compromising highly classified ...

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Experts see possible North Korea links to global cyberattack

Experts see possible North Korea links to global cyberattack

The malware has scrambled data at hospitals, factories, government agencies, banks and other businesses since Friday, but an expected second-wave outbreak largely failed to materialize after the weeke...

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Senate intelligence committee seeks information on Trump's meeting with Russians

The Washington Post first reported the story, which was later verified by The New York Times and Reuters. McMaster, in a White House briefing, said: "In the context of that discussion, what the p...

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Trump asked Federal Bureau of Investigation boss to drop Flynn inquiry

Trump asked Federal Bureau of Investigation boss to drop Flynn inquiry

Still, according to The New York Times' Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman , it appears Trump's current White House staff is simply resigned to their fate. The White House denied the version of events ...

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USA security adviser says Trump did not cause lapse in national security

USA security adviser says Trump did not cause lapse in national security

President Trump appeared to acknowledge Tuesday that he revealed highly classified information to Russian Federation - a stunning confirmation of a Washington Post story and a move that contradicted h...

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Federal judges ask if travel ban is biased against Muslims

One judge on the panel, Michael Daly Hawkins, cited arguments that Katyal had made to the U.S. Supreme Court when he was acting solicitor general and defending President Barack Obama's broad authority...

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Abbas-Trump summit focus of dailies — Newspapers Review

Abbas-Trump summit focus of dailies — Newspapers Review

The visit from Abbas follows Trump's talks more than two months ago with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "Mr President, I affirm to you that we are raising our youth, our children, our g...

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Grantham Hospital 'routine activity' cancelled following cyber attack

Grantham Hospital 'routine activity' cancelled following cyber attack

Putin said the incident was "worrisome" but had done "no significant damage" in Russian Federation and called for urgent global talks on countering the hackers. Victims ranged from Renault auto plants...

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U.S. security adviser says Trump did not cause lapse in national security

He's expected to be warmly received by Arab allies in Saudi Arabia, who welcomed his decision to launch missiles against a Syrian air base following a chemical weapons attack, and in Israel, where Pri...

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Military unrest, gunfire paralyze city areas in Ivory Coast

Bouake residents said shops remained closed yesterday as soldiers, many of them wearing balaclavas, fired their weapons in the air and patrolled the streets in stolen cars. Cote d'Ivoire is the world...

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White House 'moving rapidly' to select Comey's replacement, Trump says

White House 'moving rapidly' to select Comey's replacement, Trump says

When asked whether he could announce a nominee by Friday, when he is scheduled to leave for the Middle East and Europe on his first trip overseas as president, Trump responded, "Even that is possible"...

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No new cetaceans at Vancouver Aquarium

No new cetaceans at Vancouver Aquarium

Nightingale says the ban won't kill the Aquarium, but would definitely have an economic impact, leaving the non-profit facility "diminished" in its capabilities. "At a time when we need more empathy f...

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Video shows security guard attacked by man she was trying to help

Video shows security guard attacked by man she was trying to help

The woman refused medical attention at the scene, police said. Stigler told WGN she saw the man sitting outside and went to check on him. Valenti says the suspect, who is in his 20s, would like ...

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Nevada Care Plan hopes to insure Nevadans

Under consideration by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday: hiring a consultant who would craft a transition plan if Obamacare is scrapped. Too many people who are insured have prem...

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United Nations condemns North Korea missile test

Outsiders also saw a significant technological jump, with the test-fire apparently flying higher and for a longer time period than any other such previous missile. Though President Donald Trump has ex...

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Protesting AAP places 3 demands before EC over EVM row

Protesting AAP places 3 demands before EC over EVM row

Bhardwaj also said ECI must formally announce the dates of the hackathon too and added that AAP would participate in it to show how machines could be hacked. Poonawalla suggested to the EC to tally th...

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McMaster: Trump Shared 'Wholly Appropriate' Info with Russians, Wasn't Briefed on Sources

McMaster: Trump Shared 'Wholly Appropriate' Info with Russians, Wasn't Briefed on Sources

Ron Dermer, Israeli ambassador to the United States, said in a statement responding to the report: "Israel has full confidence in our intelligence-sharing relationship with the United States and...

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Trump says he has 'absolute right' to share facts with Russians

Trump says he has 'absolute right' to share facts with Russians

It potentially damages trust that's critical in these kinds of arrangements. "I mean, what could be more important?" BuzzFeed also confirmed The Post's report, with one US official saying that t...

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China and ITC announce partnership to support Belt and Road initiative

Xi made the remarks when meeting with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni after the two-day Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation ended on Monday in Beijing . On deepening economic and...

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UN Security Council for imposing sanctions on North Korea's missile test

UN Security Council for imposing sanctions on North Korea's missile test

The UN Security Council first imposed sanctions on North Korea in 2006 and has strengthened the measures in response to its five nuclear tests and two long-range rocket launches. "The president said w...

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Dave Chappelle Admits He Messed Up by Giving Donald Trump a Chance

Dave Chappelle Admits He Messed Up by Giving Donald Trump a Chance

Dave Chappelle is apologizing for suggesting back in November that America should actually give Donald Trump a chance. "We, the historically disenfranchised, demand that he give us one, too". "I f--...

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Leader of ISIS in Afghanistan killed in April raid, Pentagon say

The role of US -led coalition forces in the latest phase of the offensive was not immediately clear. "US Special Operations forces killed several senior ISIS-K leaders along with about 35 ISIS o...

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National Security Adviser HR McMaster's White House Press Briefing

National Security Adviser HR McMaster's White House Press Briefing

The controversy engulfed the White House . The Social Democratic Party lawmaker said that if the USA president "passes this information to other governments at will, then Trump becomes a security...

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New South Korean president will visit US next month

Under the leadership of third-generation dictator Kim Jong Un, North Korea has been speeding up its pursuit of a decades-long goal of developing nuclear-armed missiles capable of reaching the USA main...

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Donald Trump defends sharing information with Russia; Kremlin calls report 'nonsense'

Donald Trump defends sharing information with Russia; Kremlin calls report 'nonsense'

The Trump advisor also told reporters that there were a lot of important issues being discussed during the meeting, and the conversation about ISIS was but a small part of the discussions. government...

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Defiant Trump says he had 'right' to share information with Russia

Defiant Trump says he had 'right' to share information with Russia

The New York Times identified the ally as Israel but two USA national security sources said they doubted the report .The disclosure rocked the administration as it struggled to move past the backla...

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Rivals unite to oust Rouhani as Iran election enters final days

He was left with no option but to quit the race, however, when the main conservative parties and clerical bodies threw their support behind Raisi, a jurist and Shi'ite cleric who studied at the feet o...

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Bernie Sanders blasts 'reckless and dangerous' Trump for reportedly sharing classified information

Bernie Sanders blasts 'reckless and dangerous' Trump for reportedly sharing classified information

The White House threw cold water Monday, May 15 on a report that US President Donald Trump revealed classified information to Russian officials last week, saying no specific intelligence "sources or...

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Fire at Terminal 2 under control: Changi Airport

Fire at Terminal 2 under control: Changi Airport

The fire has been extinguished, the Singapore Civil Defence Force said on its Facebook page. CAG said SCDF gave the all-clear for T2 at about 10pm, and flight operations began resuming progressive...

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