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Following the sentencing, Trump said he feels "very badly" for Manafort and also insisted he's not now considering a pardon, saying: "I have not even given it a thought as of this moment". "The person that I am and have been described in public is not someone I recognize", he said. "But he is not a victim either". "It is hard to overstate the number of lies and amount of money involved", Jackson summarized at one point.
  • Top cardinal gets 6 years jail in Australia for 'appalling' choirboy abuse

    Top cardinal gets 6 years jail in Australia for 'appalling' choirboy abuse

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    Judge Peter Kidd described Pell's offending as a "brazen and forceful sexual attack on two victims". Pell was found guilty of cornering the two boys, who were on scholarships to the prestigious St Kevin's College, in the sacristy after Sunday mass at St Patrick's Cathedral in December 1996, when he was archbishop of Melbourne .
  • Four points of conflict between Gerry Butts and Jody Wilson-Raybould's testimonies

    Four points of conflict between Gerry Butts and Jody Wilson-Raybould's testimonies

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    It is the same reason the office of the DPP was set up in the first place: to insulate such decisions, so far as possible, from political interference. "We had heard representations from various sources, including the company itself, that this was an issue of deep concern to them and that it would potentially have consequences as dire as the company having to leave Canada altogether, and that would be something that obviously would have a severe impact on the thousands of people employed right ...
  • Dick Cheney confronts Pence about administration's foreign policy

    Dick Cheney confronts Pence about administration's foreign policy

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    The past and present vice presidents met Saturday during a retreat hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Sea Island, Georgia, that became contentious when Cheney raised concerns about Trump's policies. A spokesperson for Pence confirmed to the Post that the exchange took place. Cheney homed in on two key issues, attendees said: The president's tendency to make policy decisions on Twitter before notifying senior members of his own staff, let alone important allies, and his tendency ...
  • Zoo: Woman attacked by jaguar apologizes to Phoenix facility

    Zoo: Woman attacked by jaguar apologizes to Phoenix facility

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    Kristy Morcum, a spokeswoman for the zoo, told the news outlet that the woman loved the zoo and "feels terrible about the bad publicity the zoo is getting regarding the incident". A jaguar that attacked a woman who posed outside its zoo enclosure in Arizona will not be put down, zoo officials said. She was treated at the scene before being taken to a hospital with "stable, non-life-threatening injuries", Gilleland said.
  • Brexit crunch looms for PM May as European Union talks stall

    Brexit crunch looms for PM May as European Union talks stall

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    The newspaper also said cabinet ministers had spoken about whether to insist she goes as early as this week. At the weekend, May tried to persuade her rebellious lawmakers to back her deal when it returns to the Commons on Tuesday evening, entertaining them at her grand country house retreat of Chequers, but there were no signs that she has won them round.
  • 'Baby of British Daesh bride dies in Syria'

    'Baby of British Daesh bride dies in Syria'

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    Ms Begum had earlier discussed her fears that she could lose the boy, saying: "This is really not a place to raise children, this camp". Shadow Home Secretary Dianne Abbott said the death of baby Jarrah was a "tragedy that might have been avoided".
  • Clock Talk: The Story Behind Daylight Saving Time

    Clock Talk: The Story Behind Daylight Saving Time

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    Whether or not Daylight Saving Time is good kind of depends on your mentality. Your body will adjust to the new time as the days go on. According to Marketplace , the farming lobby was so heavily against the concept, they kept peacetime daylight saving law from being implemented in the US until 1966.
  • N. Korea policy dangerously adrift after Hanoi summit failure

    N. Korea policy dangerously adrift after Hanoi summit failure

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    The footage's release on Wednesday night came amid reports that North Korea is restoring some facilities at its long-range rocket launch site that it dismantled past year as part of disarmament steps. "We have sufficient time", the official said, without mentioning a deadline for reaching an agreement so the goal could be met. The statement was much milder than its past warlike statements issued in response to the just-ended South Korea-US drills that North Korea viewed as an invasion ...
  • Venezuela's Juan Guaido Arrives for National Assembly Session

    Venezuela's Juan Guaido Arrives for National Assembly Session

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    It gave Kriener 48 hours to leave the country. Maduro , meanwhile, pressed his supporters to hold "anti-imperialist" marches Saturday to counter fresh protests planned by Guaido. Venezuela's Information Ministry did not respond to a request for comment. Venezuela broke off diplomatic ties with neighbouring Colombia after Maduro's security forces blocked a February 23 attempt by Guaido and allies to bring humanitarian aid into Venezuela from Colombia and Brazil.
  • Pakistan launches crackdown on terror groups, India unimpressed

    Pakistan launches crackdown on terror groups, India unimpressed

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    Khan further stated, "If we have to take over any organization's assets, we will do so". "Our effort will be to see that there is demonstrable action", the person mentioned above said, adding that New Delhi had, in the past, seen Pakistan take some superficial steps such as holding people in preventive custody.
  • Donald Trump predicts re-election to White House with increased majority

    Donald Trump predicts re-election to White House with increased majority

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    President Donald Trump on Saturday denounced the investigations against him by pointing to their changes of focus and conflicts of interests . "What we learned from the Cohen testimony is that he directly implicated the president in - in various crimes, both while seeking the office of president and while in the White House", Nadler said on "This Week".