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Spain does not have the power to veto Brexit, but the withdrawal treaty can not be finalised without being signed-off by the remaining 27 member states of the EU. The prime minister told MPs the future relationship document is a good deal for Britain, ending free movement once and for all and introducing skills-based immigration.
  • Xi to Visit Both Koreas Next Year

    Xi to Visit Both Koreas Next Year

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    In addition, an anonymous South Korean government official speaking to South Korea's Yonhap News, said while the test should be watched carefully, it didn't necessarily mean North Korea was willing to walk away from denuclearization talks.
  • Netanyahu urges coalition partners not to bring down government

    Netanyahu urges coalition partners not to bring down government

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    Bennett threatened a withdraw late Sunday after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced he would be taking over as Israel's defense minister, following the departure of former Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman. "You only see a partial picture of a wide-scale campaign that we are in the middle of", he lectured. He did not explain why Israel's security concerns would be more complex now than at other times, saying he could not publicly describe in detail the sensitive moves being taken.
  • Turkey did not bug Saudi consulate, claims Turkish defence minister

    Turkey did not bug Saudi consulate, claims Turkish defence minister

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    A senior leader of Yemen's Shiite rebels said on Monday that the group will halt rocket fire into Saudi Arabia for the sake of peace efforts, answering a key Saudi demand in the first public sign of hope for the latest push to stop the bloodshed and civilian suffering in the Arab world's poorest country.
  • Trump to discuss Khashoggi murder with Secretary of State Pompeo, CIA

    Trump to discuss Khashoggi murder with Secretary of State Pompeo, CIA

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    As US politicians push legislation to punish Saudi Arabia for the killing, both Republican and Democratic senators have urged Mr Trump to be tough on the Crown Prince. Within days, Turkish officials began providing information to journalists, both worldwide and local, that indicated Khashoggi had been murdered by a team sent to Turkey specifically to ambush him and dispose of his body.
  • Saudi-led coalition halts assault on Yemen’s Hudaydah

    Saudi-led coalition halts assault on Yemen’s Hudaydah

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    The Saudi-led coalition has ordered a halt in a log-running offensive against the Houthis in Hudaida, sources said on Thursday. "We see this as a best practice, and discussions with potential donors on replicating it for health and sanitation workers, as well as for pensioners, are at an advanced stage", he said.
  • UK's May on collision course with party rebels over Brexit

    UK's May on collision course with party rebels over Brexit

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    The CBI said on Sunday that May's draft deal was not flawless but a compromise that "takes no deal off the table" and opens the path to frictionless trade in the future. "The Prime Minister is on the precipice, teetering on the edge of a no confidence vote by her own MPs". In addition, the Prime Minister can be quite pleased by the limited gene pool of those arraigned against her.
  • Israel coalition likely to fall as MKs veto Bennett appointment

    Israel coalition likely to fall as MKs veto Bennett appointment

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    Binyamin Netanyahu could face the electorate as early as February after he rejected a demand from Naftali Bennett, his coalition ally, to be appointed defence minister as a condition of his continuing political support. Why it matters: Liberman left office this week in opposition to the cease-fire with Hamas in the Gaza Strip. "It's unlikely, but not impossible the plan is released before the Israeli election", A senior Trump administration official told Fox News.
  • Russia Investigation 'Disgrace To Our Nation,' Says Trump

    Russia Investigation 'Disgrace To Our Nation,' Says Trump

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    While the full scope of Mueller's investigation remains classified, Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed him in May 2017 to investigate allegations of collusion between Trump campaign associates and Russian Federation. "(Colbert didn't either.) Another former Trump staffer said there's "a level of insanity I've never seen before" at the White House", and "keep in mind, this White House has seen Kanye", he noted.
  • FLOTUS's spokesperson explains why she hasn't reached out to Michelle Obama

    FLOTUS's spokesperson explains why she hasn't reached out to Michelle Obama

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    Former first lady Michelle Obama kicks off her book tour in her hometown Chicago for the highly anticipated memoir "Becoming ". You go because you think the counselor is going to help you make your case against the other person. "You think there are certain voices that are more important than others", she said . "I mean, my grandparents, you know, lived through segregation", the mother-of-two continued.
  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange charged in U.S., papers show

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange charged in U.S., papers show

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    Julian Assange has often claimed that the USA has secretly filed charges against him-and an apparent error in a court filing for an unrelated case suggests he is right. While prosecutors have mulled over charges such as conspiracy or violations of the Espionage Act , critics of that approach anxious that taking on WikiLeaks-in the form of a publisher- would leave news outlets at risk.
  • Kevin McCarthy Easily Wins Bid to Lead Diminished House Republicans

    Kevin McCarthy Easily Wins Bid to Lead Diminished House Republicans

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    The Democrats who oppose Pelosi have said they plan to circulate a letter with the number of necessary signatures showing she doesn't have the votes to be Speaker, but they have not done so yet. This means the House could launch investigations into Trump's finances, including going after his tax returns, as well as launch a probe into Trump's relationship with the Russian government, which Trump has denied any collusion with in his bid to capture the White House .
  • Hillary 4.0? Get Ready for a 2020 Presidential Bid

    Hillary 4.0? Get Ready for a 2020 Presidential Bid

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    The "will she, won't she" debate was revived this week when a former adviser declared that the two-time presidential candidate will run again for the White House in 2020. Her actions were so egregious and detrimental to America's national security that former FBI Director James Comey revealed that hostile foreign actors accessed her server, which was hidden in the basement of her mansion in upstate NY.
  • Number of missing in California fire doubles to more than 600

    Number of missing in California fire doubles to more than 600

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    The town of 27,000 residents has been completely destroyed and all that is left is an expanse of smouldering ruins, twisted wreckage and debris. The list of missing persons can be found here. As of now, 56 are dead and 297 people are missing. Officials set up three phone lines for loved ones to call and said they had to adjust to a new system of organizing the calls.
  • Fox News says to back CNN in court battle with White House

    Fox News says to back CNN in court battle with White House

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    Acosta gave his hard pass to the officer and thanked him for his service". The Trump Administration was in court defending its decision to revoke CNN Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass, arguing reporters don't have a Constitutional right to access the White House.