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Trump a bigger threat than Putin, Germans say

Trump a bigger threat than Putin, Germans say

Others on the United States side sought to lower expectations , attempting to downgrade the summit to just a regular bilateral meeting, given that no major achievements are likely. "We had much better defences, so they couldn't", Trump said during the CBS interview. "You know, the Russians take the position, you can like it or not like it, that their constitution forbids them to extradite Russian citizens". Read More

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8th Boy Rescued From Thailand Cave, 5 Still Trapped

8th Boy Rescued From Thailand Cave, 5 Still Trapped

A Reuters witness near the Tham Luang caves in the northern province of Chiang Rai saw medical personnel carrying four people to waiting ambulances over the course of the day. A search led by Thai navy SEALs and joined by volunteer divers from around the world was fruitless until a pair of British divers came up on the hungry but apparently healthy team. Read More

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Syrian forces gain control of Jordanian border

Syrian forces gain control of Jordanian border

Under the ceasefire deal, regime forces were to deploy along the frontier with Jordan, while rebels were to hand over their heavy weapons. Many are now returning after a recent deal between the army and rebels. They had congregated in a zone near the Nassib-Jaber crossing. In the area close to the occupied Golan Heights, Israel has been delivering some aid across the border. Read More

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Pompeo Faces 'Extraordinary Challenge' on NoKo Denuclearization Timeline — Ex-CIA Officer

Pompeo Faces 'Extraordinary Challenge' on NoKo Denuclearization Timeline — Ex-CIA Officer

The U.S. wants significant progress within a year. Chosun Ilbo reports that during Trump's first meeting with Kim, the North Korean dictator asked about the nickname. Before the meeting, State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert cautioned expectations should not be high, saying they don't expect any deliverables like a timeline or blueprint for denuclearization, an accounting of North Korea's weapons and facilities, or even an update on the status of American remains from the Korean ... Read More

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Trump says he will 'reject judicial activism' in Supreme Court pick

Trump says he will 'reject judicial activism' in Supreme Court pick

Mike Lee, to earn a lifetime seat on the high court. Judge Barrett was confirmed to the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in October after serving as a law professor at Notre Dame. Ted Cruz of Texas, are supporting fellow Sen. Spence Abraham, who hired Kethledge as a young staffer in the 1990s. Barrett, a former law clerk for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, won Senate conformation October 31 on 55-43 vote. Read More

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Trump Defends Rambo-style Agents To Bloc Alien Entry to US

Trump Defends Rambo-style Agents To Bloc Alien Entry to US

The majority of the country sides with Democrats on immigration in general. "They protect us and we protect them", Trump continued, adding later, "We protect ICE , and our border patrol, and our law enforcement". The poll found 60 percent agreed with Trump's argument that Democrats are more interested in 'exploiting the nation's immigration issue for political gain, ' compared to 34 percent who said Democrats are more interested in 'resolving the nation's immigration issue'. Read More

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People Are Extremely Uncivil After Trump Revives ‘Pocahontas’ Insult, Then Mocks #MeToo

People Are Extremely Uncivil After Trump Revives ‘Pocahontas’ Insult, Then Mocks #MeToo

Along with bragging about his mouth and brain, Trump commented on the protester who climbed onto the base of the Statue of Liberty on Wednesday. Sen. Trump singled out Tester in April, saying the farmer from Big Sandy “will have a big price to pay” for releasing allegations against Jackson that included drunkenness, overprescribing medication and fostering a hostile work environment. Read More

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'Girl from the Bronx' Ocasio-Cortez called out in fact check

'Girl from the Bronx' Ocasio-Cortez called out in fact check

Ocasio-Cortez's victory led to the appearance of Cori Bush, running for Missouri's 1st congressional district, on MSNBC in a segment called "The New Faces of the Democratic Party". "It was clear to her, even then, that the zip code a child was born in determined much of their destiny". According to the Democratic congressional candidate's website, she attended a public school in Yorktown growing up because of the "state of the Bronx public schools in the late 80s and early 90s". Read More

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Murkowski wants Kennedy-like high court nominee

Murkowski wants Kennedy-like high court nominee

Wade is "settled law" and emphasized her desire for the new Supreme Court justice to adhere to stare decisis , a legal doctrine that binds courts to precedent. "It requires the public's focus on these issues, and its pressure on the Senate". It now appears that the Democrats may have Sen. Collins said during an interview on CNN's "State of the Union" that such hostility "would mean to me that their judicial philosophy did not include a respect for established decisions, established ... Read More

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11 bodies, 10 of them hanging, found at New Delhi home

11 bodies, 10 of them hanging, found at New Delhi home

A neighbour in the Burari district found the victims early on Sunday, police said. However, police also said there were no bullet marks on the bodies and no signs of forced entry into the home. On Sunday morning, a neighbor who routinely took morning walks with the homeowner found the family dead, including the businessman, when he came for a visit, according to The Hindustan Times . Read More

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Shooting at 'Capital Gazette' Newsroom Leaves Multiple Fatalities

Shooting at 'Capital Gazette' Newsroom Leaves Multiple Fatalities

Other reporters also took to Twitter to let family and friends know they were safe, and to list other colleagues they also knew were uninjured. A senior federal law enforcement source says the suspect was also carrying fake grenades. Four people are feared to have been killed and a further 20 injured after a gunman opened fire at a newspaper office. Police had not yet publicly confirmed how many people were injured or what the extent of those injuries was. Read More

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Friend Of India In US Congress, Joseph Crowley Loses Primary Election

Friend Of India In US Congress, Joseph Crowley Loses Primary Election

I count myself a proud supporter. "I think that we do need to elect a generation of new people to Congress on both parties", says @Ocasio2018 , adding "we have to have a diversity of age in Congress represented". She never saw herself as a political candidate. . You can check out that short, billed as "The 28-Year-Old Latina Challenging New York's Most Powerful Congressman" below. Read More

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French teen who accidentally crossed Canada-US border held for 2 weeks

French teen who accidentally crossed Canada-US border held for 2 weeks

She was in Canada visiting her mother who lives in North Delta, British Columbia. It was then that she saw USA border patrol officers approaching her because she had unknowingly crossed the US border. Roman was held in custody for two weeks before immigration officials on both sides of the border confirmed she was allowed back into Canada. "They asked me to remove all my personal belongings with my jewelry. Read More

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US Attorney General Jeff Sessions claims Nazis did not deport Jews

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions claims Nazis did not deport Jews

President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign manager is calling for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to be dismissed. "We want to allow asylum for people who qualify for it", he continued. "By entering our country illegally, often in risky circumstances, illegal immigrants have put their children at risk". "And even in those far more serious cases, decisions involving the separation of children from their parents were made with extraordinary caution, and only after an evaluation of the ... Read More

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1 magnitude natural disaster shakes Japan; hundreds injured

1 magnitude natural disaster shakes Japan; hundreds injured

Authorities in western Japan say the number of people treated for injuries suffered in a strong quake Monday morning now exceeds 300. Osaka, Japan's third most populated city, is a major business hub and tourist hotspot in western Japan. "It was only slight at first, then after a few seconds everything shifted from side to side and I realised I was experiencing an natural disaster. I thought it was a nightmare because I was so confused", she said. Read More

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