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Trump travel ban: It's not the Muslims. It's the terrorists

The judges on Monday did not indicate when they would issue their ruling in the case, which is expected to reach the Supreme Court. In that event, the White House might have to rethink the outlines of...

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Foreign Investors Face Tax for Vacant Property

Foreign Investors Face Tax for Vacant Property

Treasurer Scott Morrison has described the 2017-18 budget as "honest", attempting to please first home buyers , pensioners and Global Positioning System, but it's set to hit the hip pockets of big ba...

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Jeremy Corbyn rules out 'empty chairing' Theresa May in televised debates

Just 40 percent of under 40s said they were "certain to vote" in the new poll. ICM interviewed 2,024 adults between April 21 and 24. "The most powerful argument for Labour in this election, beca...

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France's new president meets UN chief

Macron needs a parliamentary majority to push through his ambitious plans to loosen France's strict labour laws, boost entrepreneurship and reduce class sizes in tough neighbourhoods. In his first spe...

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Trump Reveals Reasons For Firing FBI Director In News Interview

Trump Reveals Reasons For Firing FBI Director In News Interview

In an interview with Jeanine Pirro on Fox News, Trump declined to comment on whether he has listening devices in the White House. "The president is the CEO of the country. Republicans hold 52 seats in...

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Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs Game 2

Wednesday: San Antonio Spurs v Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena, Oakland , 11am. The Warriors managed to rally to take Game 1 of the series following the injury to Leonard. The bench c...

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Despite sharp differences, Trump and Erdogan clasp hands after cozy meeting

Trump spent much of his statement complimenting the Turkish military. "We know the new United States administration will not let these hopes be in vain", Erdogan said . Addressing reporters a short...

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Trump warns Comey and says he may cancel press briefings

Trump warns Comey and says he may cancel press briefings

In addition to the Friday morning tweet barrage, Trump called Comey, who was leading the FBI's Russian Federation probe, a "showboat" and "grandstander" in the NBC interview, and contradicted the time...

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China rappers to Seoul: 'Big brother' opposes THAAD missile shield

After the missile launch on Sunday, the United States, Japan and South Korea called a UN Security Council meeting to press North Korea to change course and dismantle its missile and nuclear programmes...

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Experts see instability in the legislature after B.C. election

Experts see instability in the legislature after B.C. election

Election night saw the Liberals' early lead diminish as John Horgan's NDP narrowed the gap by picking up new seats in Metro Vancouver, finishing with 41 seats compared to the Liberals' 43. The popular...

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Erdoğan to meet Trump amid disagreements on YPG

In his statement to reporters, Trump did not directly address his decision to arm the Kurds. Yet analysts warn that Trump - even if he wanted to - can not simply promise Erdogan that Gulen will be e...

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Australia may follow USA with laptop flight ban

Australia may follow USA with laptop flight ban

Australian Business Traveller reported a while ago that a ban on laptops on flights between the United States and Europe is expected. His statement came after The Washington Post ... "If there's...

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UN chief condemns NKorea missile test

UN chief condemns NKorea missile test

The missile, which flew 430 miles and reached an altitude of more than 1,245 miles, went further and higher than the nation's last successful test launch. "The president said we are leaving open the p...

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White House cites rumor, innuendo in criticizing Sally Yates

White House cites rumor, innuendo in criticizing Sally Yates

That was before FBI Director James Comey publicly revealed that the FBI was, in fact, investigating that question. Yates said she told the White House six days into Trump's administration that Flynn...

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Macron names conservative prime minister, eyes closer ties with Berlin

She joined the French Socialist Party in 2002, ultimately becoming the secretary in charge of early childhood. It is the first time in France's modern history that a president has named a prime ...

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Netanyahu to Tillerson: Moving US Embassy to Jerusalem Will 'Shatter Palestinian Fantasy'

Following his trip to the Middle East, Trump will arrive in the Vatican to meet Pope Francis for talks on cooperation regarding "religious communities in areas of joint concern", the White House said ...

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Korean president talks to China, Japan

Some of those goals would collide with those of the Trump administration, which is seeking to place more economic sanctions on North Korea to pressure Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons. This wa...

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North Korea considering plans to strike South Korea

North Korea considering plans to strike South Korea

The statement , carried by North Korean news agency KCNA, said the CIA and South Korean intelligence services had "hatched a vicious plot to hurt the supreme leadership of the DPRK". North Korea do...

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Activists fear rights erosion after U.S. decision in Louisiana case

Still, Acting U.S Attorney Corey Amundson, who made the announcement on behalf of the feds at a 1 p.m. press briefing at the Russell B. Long Federal Courthouse, made clear that the almost year-long in...

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Terry: This could be one of the greatest seasons in Chelsea's history

Conte handed Batshuayi as well as youngsters Kenedy, Nathan Ake and Nathaniel Chalobah their first Premier League starts of the season against Watford, while Ola Aina came on as a substitute but Ruben...

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State charges still possible for Baton Rouge officers

Federal prosecutors said they could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the officers' use of deadly force violated Sterling's civil rights, in part because they could not confirm whether he was r...

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Oil Futures Bullish On Continued Production Cuts

The rally driven by Saudi and Russian pledges to extend output cuts lost steam as investors await USA crude inventory data to be released by an industry group on Tuesday and by the government on Wedne...

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Judges Will Again Decide Fate Of Travel Ban

Judges Will Again Decide Fate Of Travel Ban

For the second time in a week, government lawyers will try to persuade a federal appeals court to reinstate President Donald Trump's revised travel ban - and once again, they can expect plenty of ques...

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BBC reporter denies deliberate boob grab

BBC reporter denies deliberate boob grab

The woman then "slapped" his arm, and looked pretty pleased with herself as she walked away. As awkward as that is, it's even more awkward when you realize that as soon as she comes into view, Brown...

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Farron denies Lib Dems are being squeezed in election campaign

He will say the decision to leave the European Union could "wreck" the lives of future generations and insist the public should have the right to opt to stay in if it believes the terms of exit are un...

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N Korea's holding USA citizen 'concerning'

N Korea's holding USA citizen 'concerning'

The news of his arrest came on May 7 after North Korea's state news agency announced that security services had detained Kim Hak-song "on suspicion of hostile acts against the state". Tensions on the ...

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Akufo-Addo Congratulates Macron For France Election Victory

The right-wing Republicans party is seeking to win enough seats in parliament to force Macron into a power-sharing deal. "I will be candidate for the presidential majority and I wish to join the lis...

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Muslim law board hiding talaq facts, says umbrella outfit of 14 bodies

Muslim law board hiding talaq facts, says umbrella outfit of 14 bodies

The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) and its counsel Kapil Sibal whether it was possible to give the bride the right to decline triple talaq at the t...

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British Columbia's LNG Dreams May Be Over

The Liberals only need one more seat for a majority. A vertigo-inducing election night produced what looks to be a minority government for the Liberals, although that could change. "I suspect other ...

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Syria denies crematorium charge as talks restart

Acting assistant secretary for the US State Department Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs Stuart Jones speaks at a news conference at the US Embassy in the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad, Iraq,...

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