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WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning released from jail

Manning is statutorily entitled to medical care while on excess leave in an active duty status, pending final appellate review", said Army spokesman Dave Foster. " Chelsea Manning's story is one of t...

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James Comey to testify to Senate in public

Trump "has always emphasized the importance of making deals with Russian Federation as it relates to Syria, Ukraine, defeating ISIS and other key issues for the benefit and safety of the American p...

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United Nations welcomes Chibok girls' release, urges all be freed

United Nations welcomes Chibok girls' release, urges all be freed

Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu said officials originally had been negotiating for the release of 83 girls, but one said she wanted to remain. Alhassan said the government will continue to se...

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United Kingdom 'irritated' by Manchester attack details leaked to US

Abedi, a Manchester-born man of Libyan origin who may have been radicalised in Syria, recently dropped out of college. Three more men were arrested in connection to the crime in Manchester on Wednes...

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President Trump, Pope Francis meet at Vatican

President Trump, Pope Francis meet at Vatican

Details were not revealed. Trump's visit to the Vatican has been met with a number of smaller protests. "I really don't know because we have never come near a president because we don't like ...

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Sweden drops investigation into Julian Assange rape allegations

Sweden drops investigation into Julian Assange rape allegations

Director of Public Prosecution Marianne Ny announced in a statement that she "has chose to discontinue the investigation regarding suspected rape" by Assange. The Metropolitan Police Service said ...

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Manchester Attack Suspect Spent 3 Weeks in Libya Before Bombing

The suicide bomber has been named as Salman Abedi , a 22-year-old man believed to have been born in Manchester and of Libyan descent. A total of four people have been arrested in connection to ...

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CBO: GOP Health Care Plan Would Leave 23 Million Uninsured

The House bill would eliminate most Obamacare taxes that help subsidize private health coverage for individuals, roll back the government's Medicaid health plan for the poor and disabled and repla...

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Sacked Delhi water minister Kapil Mishra attacked in house

Sacked Delhi water minister Kapil Mishra attacked in house

He was suspended by AAP yesterday after a meeting of the high-powered Political Affairs Committee (PAC) chaired by Kejriwal at his official residence. He is now saying that if the allegations agains...

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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: The Ethiopian politician who landed the World Health Organization top job

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: The Ethiopian politician who landed the World Health Organization top job

Dr Tedros becomes the first African to lead the World Health Organization and had unanimous backing from the African Union, which claimed that the continent deserved a shot to lead the agency. Dr Gh...

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Trump says Israel, Arab nations share 'common cause' against Iran 'threat'

White House aides have also tried to play down expectations for significant progress on the peace process during Mr Trump's stop, casting the visit as symbolic. Yuval Steinitz, a senior Cabinet mini...

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Bollywood celebs condemn blast at pop star Ariana Grande's concert

Bollywood celebs condemn blast at pop star Ariana Grande's concert

As a father & a human what has happened truly saddens me. "Prayers for the affected families". Vincent Kompany: I would like to express my deepest condolences to the families of the victims. Austr...

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Black lawmaker received racist threats after calling for impeachment

Last week Congressman Al Green , a seven-term Democrat, told supporters that he was calling for Donald Trump's impeachment . "You're not going to impeach anybody, you fg n*r", said one caller. The...

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Koreas tension | Seoul says North object that drew fire was likely balloon

Koreas tension | Seoul says North object that drew fire was likely balloon

More than 90 shots were fired, and it disappeared from radar screens. Newly elected South Korean President Moon Jae-in is set to overhaul Seoul's foreign policy with particular emphasis on easing ...

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Trump's views on Islam 'continue to evolve,' says Secretary of State

U.S. president Donald Trump has said Israel's Arab neighbours are realising they share a "common cause" with Israel over the threat from Iran . Later, Mr Trump will meet Mr Netanyahu and tour s...

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Melania Trump Snubs ANOTHER Of Donald's Attempts To Hold Her Hand

Melania Trump Snubs ANOTHER Of Donald's Attempts To Hold Her Hand

Asked if the nuclear deal would prevent Iran from ever getting a nuclear weapon, Coats, who oversees 17 USA intelligence agencies, said it would only accomplish a delay "relative to them having a ...

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UN dismisses Pak's claim of Indians troops targeting UN military observers

The observers were informed that the Indian army violated ceasefire agreement on May 10, 13 and 16, said an earlier statement issued by the ISPR. India said on Tuesday, 23 May, that it had bombed ...

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US Singer Ariana Grande suspends tour following Manchester terror attack

The "Side to Side" artist may not be backing down against ISIS - the terror group who claimed responsibility for the latest attack, but many other artists have begun making adjustments to their tour s...

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Trump's Twitter profile features his Western Wall prayer

During their joint press conference, Trump expressed hope that Israel and the Palestinians will reach a peace agreement soon. "Once again we reassert to you our positions: accepting the two-state...

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It Sure Looks Like the Pope Threw Some Shade at Donald Trump

It Sure Looks Like the Pope Threw Some Shade at Donald Trump

The deepest cuts will hit foreign assistance programmes and contributions by the world's largest economy to worldwide organisations like the United Nations and its global peacekeeping budget. After th...

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Trump tried to get intelligence officials to deny collusion

But the answer is: No, senator. Donald Trump's name was not included in those questions , but many people view him poorly on those qualities. He's so inept, and he's surrounded himself with such a ...

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UK criticizes US leaks about concert bombing

British officials have not commented on whether Abedi had links to IS or other extremist groups. The government said almost 1,000 soldiers were deployed Wednesday instead of police in high-profile sit...

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ISIS militants storm Philippines city during deadly rampage

ISIS militants storm Philippines city during deadly rampage

I said, we are waiting. "Father Chito Suganob and others were in the Cathedral of Our Lady Help of Christians when members of the Maute terrorist group forced their way into the Cathedral, taking ...

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Xi asked Trump for 100-day grace period on North Korea

Xi asked Trump for 100-day grace period on North Korea

An unidentified flying object from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) crossed an eastern border with South Korea Tuesday afternoon, Seoul's military said. The repeated tests of weapons...

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United States grants Israel extra defence aid: Netanyahu

Expressing optimism that a peace deal could finally be brokered to end the almost 70-year-old conflict and suggested a resolution may not be hard to obtain it. Still, the obstacles standing in the way...

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Donald Trump's Budget, Spending Cuts Are 'Moral,' Mulvaney Says

Trump wants lawmakers to cut at least $610 billion from Medicaid and more than $ 192 billion from food stamps over a decade. "What it does is it perpetuates a myth that we can go out there and bala...

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GOP health care bill analysis to be released by Congressional Budget Office

The new CBO score predicts the AHCA would cover 1 million more Americans than Republicans' previous version of the bill, which the agency estimated would have left 24 million more people unins...

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Trump again suggests ending White House briefings, won't commit to Spicer

Trump again suggests ending White House briefings, won't commit to Spicer

After Trump tweeted in March that President Barack Obama had ordered a wiretap on his phones in Trump Tower, three ex-employees told The Associated Press that as a businessman, Trump not only anxious ...

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Former CIA Director Brennan: Media Leaks, Not Trump, Threatens US Security

Former CIA Director Brennan: Media Leaks, Not Trump, Threatens US Security

Tuesday's public hearing represented an effort by the House Intelligence Committee to get its Russian Federation investigation back on track after political squabbling and concerns about information-s...

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Purdue defends budget's food stamp cuts to angry Democrats

But then the $2 trillion is also counted as economic growth for the objective of reducing the deficit. Come on, this is the first administration in history - OK? - it was the first decade, the first...

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