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She then sought to... Theresa May today danced onto the stage to deliver her make or break speech in a bid to unite Britain and her bitterly divided party. Her performance before her conference speech had a mixed reaction. Just last month she offered up some dancing advice to the Strictly Come Dancing lot, tweeting: "Get in touch if you need any tips".
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    White House Authorizes FBI to Interview Anyone Necessary in Kavanaugh Probe

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    The president also contended Kavanaugh did not mislead the panel about his drinking as a younger man, despite several contemporaries of the judge attesting to the contrary. The announcement was made in an email from administrators to law students on Monday. No matter what Mitchell thinks, many agree that Kavanaugh's behavior during the hearings was so volatile and disrespectful that his actions alone proved Dr.
  • Iraq 'regrets' U.S. decision to close consulate in Basra

    Iraq 'regrets' U.S. decision to close consulate in Basra

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    It followed recent rocket attacks that Pompeo said were directed at the consulate in Basra. Analysts have said the protests mark a turning point in Iraq , as poor Shiites in the south target their anger at the Shiite political establishment that is nominally supposed to represent them.
  • Canada reaches 11th-hour NAFTA deal with US, Mexico

    Canada reaches 11th-hour NAFTA deal with US, Mexico

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    USA stock index futures also rose, with S&P 500 Index e-mini futures rising by more than 0.5 percent, suggesting the benchmark index would open near a record on Monday. Tariffs: Canada received some assurances that any future tariffs on imported cars and auto parts will not hit the country. "It's a great win for the president and a validation for his strategy in the area of global trade", a senior administration official told reporters.
  • Pilot safely ejected from military plane crash outside Beaufort, SC

    Pilot safely ejected from military plane crash outside Beaufort, SC

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    But this is the first time the military has suffered a full-blown crash of an F-35 involving the ejection of a pilot. Most of the new planes will be for United States use but some will go to allies. But the programme has faced numerous delays, cost overruns and setbacks, including a mysterious engine fire in 2014 that led commanders to temporarily ground the planes.
  • With looming NAFTA deadline and intensive talks, Freeland postpones United Nations speech

    With looming NAFTA deadline and intensive talks, Freeland postpones United Nations speech

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    There's no guarantee Congress would allow U.S. President Donald Trump to move forward with a two-country deal that excludes Canada because it originally granted him the authority to negotiate a three-country pact. With the release of the text of the U.S. -Mexico trade agreement expected any day, and Mexico's new president-elect pushing the American side to make a deal with Canada, the political pressure is mounting to get a new North American Free Trade Agreement done in short order.
  • What You Need To Know About Ford And Kavanaugh’s Senate Testimonies

    What You Need To Know About Ford And Kavanaugh’s Senate Testimonies

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    We've provided one stream up top and two below. Kavanaugh's confirmation would cement conservative control of the high court as Trump moves to shift it and the broader federal judiciary to the right. Michael Avenatti, the attorney for Brett Kavanaugh's latest accuser, says Republican leaders "don't want the truth known" about the Supreme Court nominee's alleged sexual misconduct .
  • Terror attacks in Pakistan backed by India, Qureshi tells UN General Assembly

    Terror attacks in Pakistan backed by India, Qureshi tells UN General Assembly

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    He said Pakistan was to meet on the sidelines of this UNGA Session to talk about all issues with India but New Delhi called off the dialogue for the third time on flimsy grounds. She asked if Pakistan can deny the fact that it is the "host and patron" of 132 of the UN-designated terrorists and 22 terrorist entities listed under the UN Security Council Sanctions regimes.
  • NAFTA deal ‘meaningless’ without protection from Trump auto tariffs, Canadian ambassador says

    NAFTA deal ‘meaningless’ without protection from Trump auto tariffs, Canadian ambassador says

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    He's also threatening to place tariffs on cars imported from Canada as trade talks between the two neighbors drag on. "We're unhappy with the negotiations and the negotiating style from Canada", he said. MacNaughton said. "If you can't have some curb on the arbitrary use of tariffs under the guise of national security with a member of NORAD and somebody who is your closest defense partner, then I don't think it's much of agreement".
  • Trump says he and Kim Jong Un 'in love'

    Trump says he and Kim Jong Un 'in love'

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    The North Korean foreign minister reiterated that without simultaneous actions by Washington, Pyongyang will never unilaterally disarm first. Before they turned the page on decades of public acrimony, the leaders regularly traded threats and insults as North Korea pushed to develop a nuclear missile capable of hitting the United States.
  • Body found in hunt for six-year-old boy — Maddox Ritch missing

    Body found in hunt for six-year-old boy — Maddox Ritch missing

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    The news release says the boy's parents have been notified about the body being found, and police scheduled a news conference for later in the afternoon. Gastonia Fire Chief Phil Welch said the body was found in a creek, slightly more than a mile (1.6 kilometers) east of Rankin Lake Park, by a searcher who was walking down the middle of the creek as his partners stood on the bank.
  • All About Justice Indu Malhotra, Who Dissented In Sabarimala Verdict

    All About Justice Indu Malhotra, Who Dissented In Sabarimala Verdict

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    Khanwilkar said , "One side we pray to goddesses; on the other, women of a certain age are considered "impure". Advocate Indira Jaising, who was representing the petitioners, had said the restrictions went against Articles 14 (equality before law ), 15 (prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth) and 17 (abolition of untouchability) of the Indian Constitution.
  • UK's opposition will back 'sensible' Brexit deal

    UK's opposition will back 'sensible' Brexit deal

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    Prime minister May also told reporters in NY on Tuesday that an election before Britain leaves the European Union would "not be in the national interest". But, some Labour members say, Brexit is a sideshow for Corbyn, and he would much prefer to concentrate on Labour's manifesto, detailing how, if in government, the party would spend its 250 billion pound National Transformation Fund to reboot the economy.
  • How The Media Is Covering The Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh

    How The Media Is Covering The Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh

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    She alleged that Kavanaugh and others while in high school spiked the drinks of girls at parties with intoxicants to make it easier for them to be gang raped . Three senators have not taken firm positions on Kavanaugh. But as the Senate Judiciary Committee prepared to move forward and the media closed in around her, Ford stepped forward.
  • Bolton warns Iran that US 'will come after you'

    Bolton warns Iran that US 'will come after you'

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    Since withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal, the USA has reimposed sanctions on the regime, and Trump is urging reluctant partners to do the same. "And we ask all nations to support Iran's people as they struggle to reclaim their religious and righteous destiny".