• Republican congressman breaks ranks and calls for Donald Trump's impeachment

    Republican congressman breaks ranks and calls for Donald Trump's impeachment

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    A Democratic U.S. Senator from DE made a couple of claims Monday on CNN about what Republican lawmakers are saying behind the scenes about obstruction of justice and U.S. "I respect him, I think it's a courageous statement", Romney told CNN's Jake Tapper. "I just don't think that there is the full element that you need to prove an obstruction of justice case", Romney said.
  • Joe Biden says most important thing is to beat Donald Trump

    Joe Biden says most important thing is to beat Donald Trump

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    US President Donald Trump has declared Bernie Sanders' 2020 presidential bid "history", and slated the former vice president , Joe Biden , as election competition heats up. "Most of my adult life I've been able to bring adult people together again and again and get tough, progressive things done that people said we couldn't do".
  • Judge orders Trump accounting firm to hand over records to Congress

    Judge orders Trump accounting firm to hand over records to Congress

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    McGahn to come before the committee and testify". "The President acted against and again - perhaps criminally - to protect himself from federal law enforcement". In the short term, the effect of Trump's and Barr's decisions is to stop House Democrats from getting more grist for investigations built to follow up on or build upon that completed by Mueller.
  • 2 million people at 'high risk' due to possible catastrophic tornadoes

    2 million people at 'high risk' due to possible catastrophic tornadoes

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    A tornado warning was issued shortly after 3pm Central for Reno, Kingfisher and Okarche in Oklahoma until at least 3.45pm Central, which means actual tornadoes have been cited and people should take cover. In addition to tornadoes, there will be the possibility of large hail. This highest threat level of severe weather was last issued by the SPC just over two years ago on May 18, 2017.
  • Iran Increases Production of Enriched Uranium

    Iran Increases Production of Enriched Uranium

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    A senior Iranian military commander was quoted in local media saying his country is not looking for war. Britain is warning Iran against provoking the White House. "Never threaten the United States again", Trump tweeted. "Going to war with Iran?" the Republican senator from Utah asked on CNN's State of the Union.
  • PM: Facebook livestream crackdown 'good first step'

    PM: Facebook livestream crackdown 'good first step'

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    On April 10, less than a month after a white supremacist terrorist shot and killed 51 people at two mosques in Christchurch , New Zealand, the country's parliament voted 119 to one to pass gun control legislation that banned most of the country's automatic and semiautomatic weapons.
  • Woman arrested for allegedly pushing elderly man out of bus

    Woman arrested for allegedly pushing elderly man out of bus

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    Witnesses claim Mr Fournier had told Bishop to "be nicer to passengers". Police named Cadesha Bishop, 25, as the woman who pushed the man off the bus. Fournier had been trying to exit the bus with his walker when he was pushed to the ground. Cadesha Michelle Bishop was arrested on a murder warrant last Monday after he died in hospital of his injuries.
  • Barr Appoints U.S. Attorney to Investigate Origins of Russia Probe

    Barr Appoints U.S. Attorney to Investigate Origins of Russia Probe

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    Congressional Republicans have also indicated they intend to examine how the investigation that has shadowed Trump's presidency began and whether there are any legal concerns. Deirdre Daly, a former U.S. Attorney appointed by Barack Obama, agreed that this is an unusual investigation, but also that Durham is the right person to take a look.
  • Huawei would sign no spy contract

    Huawei would sign no spy contract

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    It gives the secretary of commerce the power to "prohibit transactions posing an unacceptable risk to the national security", the statement adds. In January 2018, USA carriers shunned Huawei's newly-launched flagship, the Mate 10 Pro. Trump previously resisted signing the order, partly because he did not want to jeopardise a potential trade deal with China . "We are concerned that China could compel actions by network vendors to act against the interests of U.S.
  • Support for new Brexit Party surges amid voter backlash

    Support for new Brexit Party surges amid voter backlash

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    Targeting Labour voters on a European election campaign stop in Yorkshire, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage claimed a new referendum would help him win a majority in Parliament at the next general election. Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the Tory backbench 1922 Committee, and 13 former cabinet ministers have written to Mrs May to warn her not to agree a compromise with Labour that includes a customs union with the EU.
  • Explorer reaches deepest spot on Earth in historic dive

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    It was the third time humans have dived to the deepest point in the ocean, known as Challenger Deep. Vescovo hoped his discovery of trash in the Mariana Trench would raise awareness about dumping in the oceans and pressure governments to better enforce existing regulations, or put new ones in place.
  • 3-Year-Old's Rape In Bandipore Sparks Protests In Kashmir

    3-Year-Old's Rape In Bandipore Sparks Protests In Kashmir

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    Hundreds of students also joined protest marches demanding justice for the victim. Thousands of people took to the streets of Indian-controlled Kashmir today to demand the death penalty for a man who raped a 3-year-old girl, amid growing anger over sexual violence in the troubled Himalayan region.
  • Sri Lanka imposes curfew, blocks social media amid violence

    Sri Lanka imposes curfew, blocks social media amid violence

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    Several dozen people threw stones at mosques and Muslim-owned stores and a local man was beaten in the town of Chilaw on Sri Lanka's west coast on Sunday in a dispute that started on Facebook , sources told Reuters . There were 200 Muslim religious preachers (Maulvis) among the ones deported , the media report said. The suspect had been organising pilgrimage tours to Mecca, the paper reported .
  • Several killed in attack on Catholic church in Burkina Faso

    Several killed in attack on Catholic church in Burkina Faso

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    Witnesses said the priest and five churchgoers were killed and several others were injured in the attack on the Catholic Church of Dablo in the landlocked West African country, VOA Africa reported . The attack came two days after French special forces freed four foreign hostages in the north of the country in an overnight raid that cost the lives of two soldiers.
  • French commandos killed freeing hostages in West Africa

    French commandos killed freeing hostages in West Africa

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    Rescued hostages, two French citizens and one South Korean, attend a news conference by Burkina Faso Foreign Minister Alpha Barry at the presidency in Ouagadougou. State Department warns Americans to "reconsider travel" to Burkina Faso as "terrorist groups continue plotting attacks and kidnappings. and may conduct attacks anywhere".