• UK FM says he's against military rule in Sudan

    UK FM says he's against military rule in Sudan

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    Lt-Gen Abidin, who heads the military council's political committee, said on Friday: "The solutions will be devised by those in protest". "Because it didn't fulfill all missions of the revolution, I ask protestors to sit-in in front of army headquarters till the achievement of Sudan's revolution", he said.
  • Former Obama White House counsel indicted

    Former Obama White House counsel indicted

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    If charged, he would be the first prominent Democrat charged as a result of Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation. Craig was not just charged with making false statements. Tymoshenko was a political opponent of then-Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych , who was a longtime Manafort patron. Some accused Skadden's report of whitewashing Ms.
  • Ecuadorian minister claims Julian Assange 'smeared poo over embassy walls'

    Ecuadorian minister claims Julian Assange 'smeared poo over embassy walls'

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    Assange entered the embassy following sexual assault allegations in Sweden , fearing that once he was in court, he would be extradited to the U.S. to face further charges. He has a top-notch legal team, many devoted supporters and the legal issues in the U.S. case may prove complex. Independent Group MP and former Tory Anna Soubry slammed Abbott for defending Assange, who has previously faced rape and sexual assault allegations.
  • Iran vows to treat CENTCOM, affiliates as 'terrorists'

    Iran vows to treat CENTCOM, affiliates as 'terrorists'

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    The session comes as Iran marks the annual National Day of the Revolutionary Guard. Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani denounced the USA decision as the "climax of stupidity and ignorance". The April 8 designation of the IRGC is thus the first time the United States has labeled an entire unit of a foreign military a foreign terrorist organization.
  • Michael Avenatti faces up to 335 years in prison

    Michael Avenatti faces up to 335 years in prison

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    The Internal Revenue Services will also be present at the Thursday press conference , likely indicating that Avenatti faced tax charges as well. Avenatti, who is reportedly free on a $300,000 bond, tweeted Thursday morning that he has "made many powerful enemies" throughout his legal career and intends to plead not guilty to the charges against him.
  • European Union to grant May a Brexit delay, with conditions

    European Union to grant May a Brexit delay, with conditions

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    British prime minister Theresa May held talks in both Berlin with German chancellor Angela Merkel and in Paris with French president Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday (9 April) - a day before a crucial summit in Brussels where European Union leaders will decide on any Brexit extension.
  • Mueller's report will be made public within a week, says Barr

    Mueller's report will be made public within a week, says Barr

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    And in a dig at Nadler, Barr also noted in his testimony that the current special counsel regulations, which make the report confidential, were written after the Ken Starr investigating into President Bill Clinton. Barr was asked about the recent New York Times report that members of the special counsel team were disappointed by his March 24 letter. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Tuesday that Congress shouldn't be given the unredacted Mueller report because it would leak.
  • Trump says he won't deliver tax returns to Congress

    Trump says he won't deliver tax returns to Congress

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    In the letter, Mnuchin references Neal's preparation for the request, writing that "you too have acknowledged the unprecedented nature of the request". "If you wish to leave, you may". The two leaders began arguing after Mnuchin asked for the hearing to end so that he could attend a meeting with Bahrain's finance minister at 5:30 p.m.in Washington .
  • Mexico Slams US Border Slowdown as 'Very Bad Idea'

    Mexico Slams US Border Slowdown as 'Very Bad Idea'

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    The ruling removes at least temporarily a controversial Trump administration strategy aimed at slowing a flood of immigrants, many of them families from Central America, that swelled last month to the highest level in a decade. They're gaming the system; they have been for years. If the officers determine an asylum seeker has a " significant possibility " of convincing a judge that they are eligible for asylum, they're given a court date, which could be months or years away.
  • Cleveland to escape big storm expected to cripple much of United States

    Cleveland to escape big storm expected to cripple much of United States

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    National Weather Service hydrologists calculate river levels by measuring the soil's moisture, how much snow is on the ground, the current and forecasted temperatures and what precipitation is expected to come. Travel could be very hard to impossible. Blowing snow will dramatically hinder visibility and roads will become slushy, icy and snow packed in many areas.
  • BJP MLA and five policemen killed in bomb blast

    BJP MLA and five policemen killed in bomb blast

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    The explosion targeted the first vehicle, which had security personnel travelling in it. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel cancelled his election meetings and rushed to his office for a meeting with senior police and intelligence officers after the attack .
  • Japanese fighter jet disappears over Pacific

    Japanese fighter jet disappears over Pacific

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    The officials added that Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force aircraft and vessels have begun a search mission. Japan has a total of 13 F-35s, including the one that crashed . The aircraft crashed in waters that reach a depth of around 1,500 meters, making recovery hard, the official said. A crash would be only the second time an F-35 has gone down since the plane began flying nearly two decades ago.
  • Mueller report will be released within a week:US attorney general

    Mueller report will be released within a week:US attorney general

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    Barr maintained that he is working "diligently to make as much information as possible available to Congress ". That includes the most crucial and potentially damning information Democrats seek: testimony and documents from Mueller's grand jury, a panel of citizens convened to develop and hear the evidence and depose key witnesses behind closed doors.
  • India's ruling party releases manifesto days before election

    India's ruling party releases manifesto days before election

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    The National Democratic Alliance, which is led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party and is made up of other regional parties, is taking on the main opposition Congress Party. Referring to Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik's statement that there was no threat to Article 370 in the state, Abdullah said that the BJP should send him a copy of its manifesto .
  • Florida Everglades snake hunters capture 5.2-metre Burmese python

    Florida Everglades snake hunters capture 5.2-metre Burmese python

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    Researchers explained in the post that they were able to track the female by tracking radio transmitters placed on male pythons. Others escaped from a breeding facility wrecked by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. According to a 2012 study by the United States Geological Survey, the region has witnessed a major drop in the population of raccoons, opossums and bobcats, with several species of rabbits and foxes having almost disappeared altogether.
  • Nielsen's Resignation Lifts Curtain On Miller's Campaign To Stack Admin With Hardliners

    Nielsen's Resignation Lifts Curtain On Miller's Campaign To Stack Admin With Hardliners

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    Nielsen's tenure at the Department of Homeland Security ( DHS ) has been marred by controversy and deep tension conflict between the Democrats and Republicans. He is said to be liked by congressional leaders, the administration and Homeland Security officials. Rather, Nielsen's resignation "demonstrates the power of immigration hardliners inside the White House, including national security adviser John Bolton and senior adviser Stephen Miller , who, despite her defense of the administration's ...