• Putin meets France's Le Pen in Moscow
Putin meets France's Le Pen in Moscow

And just as Russia publicly stated that they have no intention in influencing French elections , Le Pen's right-hand man Florian Philippot also gave his reassurance that the campaign will not be receiving another loan from a Russian bank.

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  • Rex Tillerson's 23-word North Korea statement leaves people baffled
Rex Tillerson's 23-word North Korea statement leaves people baffled

Two weeks ago North Korea's attempt to launch a ballistic missile ended in failure. The missile in North Korea's latest launch didn't fly very far, but it may have been the second test of a technology that worries experts. Trump and Xi are scheduled to hold their first face-to-face meeting this week at the United States president's Mar-a-Lago res...

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"Schumer Warns GOP" Over Gorsuch Confirmation

However, McCaskill ultimately decided that Gorsuch was too extreme for her views and claimed that the nomination of Gorsuch breaks the promises that she said Trump had made to the people of Missouri. The issue has become particularly divisive after the Republican majority denied a hearing to Merrick Garland, President Obama's nomination to fill t...

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  • Most young people say gov't should pay for health care
Most young people say gov't should pay for health care

The whiplash nature of the Trump administration's health care legislative push has left many experts scratching their heads on what comes next. "I think it's going to happen because we've all been promising - Democrat, Republican - we've all been promising that to the American people", he said.

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  • This bites! Houston ranks second in dog attacks on USA postal employees
This bites! Houston ranks second in dog attacks on USA postal employees

Postal Service Safety Director Linda DeCarlo in Los Angeles, where postal employees suffered 80 attacks — more than any other city in 2016. The U.S. "Dogs are our best friends, providing love, comfort and protection", said Robin Ganzert, president and CEO of American Humane. Nationwide, about 4.5 million dog bites are reported every year, acc...

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  • US officials say military hotline with Russia remains open
US officials say military hotline with Russia remains open

Both the Syrian military and the Great Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights put the death toll for the US military strikes at seven. Russian Federation said it is suspending a memorandum with Washington - signed after Russian Federation began an air campaign in support of Assad in September 2015 - under which the two exchange infor...

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  • S. Korea, US, Japan vow to closely cooperate against NK provocations
S. Korea, US, Japan vow to closely cooperate against NK provocations

Abe told reporters at his official residence he was watching to see how China would respond to Pyongyang after Xi meets Trump at the US leader's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida . It gave no further details. North Korea sees the drills as an invasion rehearsal. The 23-word statement marked a departure from previous State Department responses to ...

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  • US to press NATO allies on counter-terror, defense budgets
US to press NATO allies on counter-terror, defense budgets

Trump had stressed the need to improve USA relations with Moscow after they had sunk to a low under president Barack Obama over the crisis in Ukraine. The allies' agreement to boost spending is a loose set of guidelines, but is not binding, Gabriel argued. "Allies have started to increase defense spending in one year, 10 billion in 2016".

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  • Sweden terror attack: Man arrested confesses to deadly truck attack, say reports
Sweden terror attack: Man arrested confesses to deadly truck attack, say reports

The Swedish prime minister, speaking shortly after the incident, said there were indications the truck hit pedestrians as "a terror attack ". "We are looking for more people". In a joint statement with his German counterpart Sigmar Gabriel, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said they were "distressed by the fact that Sweden may have been...

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  • Yogi keeps promise, waives off farmers' loans
Yogi keeps promise, waives off farmers' loans

Please Wait while comments are loading. "If reports about the Rs 1-lakh cap are true, it will benefit a minuscule section of farmers", Ali told Mirror . Adityanath said that the Uttar Pradesh government will open six new Aiims hospitals and also promised to start two new medical colleges in the state.

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  • India aims to woo Bangladesh away from China
India aims to woo Bangladesh away from China

India and Bangladesh already have excellent anti-terror cooperation with intelligence agencies of both countries working closely together. The new line of credit follows two others totalling $2 billion disbursed earlier. Bangladesh Water Resources Minister Anisul Islam Mahmud said, "We must conserve water in the 164-kilometre-long catchment of th...

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  • First UP Cabinet Meeting Today, Will CM Yogi Adityanath Waiver Farm Loans?
First UP Cabinet Meeting Today, Will CM Yogi Adityanath Waiver Farm Loans?

Loans worth Rs 30,729 crore of over 2.2 crore small and marginalised farmers, who had taken crop loan up to Rs 1 lakh, have been waived. Fulfilling one of its key poll promises the Yogi Government announced waiver of farm loan for the small and marginal farmers to the tune of over Rs 36,359 crore that would benefit more than 86 lakh small and mar...

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  • Steve Bannon Calls Jared Kushner a 'Cuck' and 'Globalist' Behind His Back
Steve Bannon Calls Jared Kushner a 'Cuck' and 'Globalist' Behind His Back

It's also not clear yet that Trump is ready to pull the trigger on any changes just yet, the senior GOP source said . This week, former Breitbart .com CEO Stephen Bannon was removed from the National Security Council and replaced by national security professionals.

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  • Venezuela opposition leader banned from running for office
Venezuela opposition leader banned from running for office

The decision was walked back amid fierce domestic and worldwide criticism, but opposition leaders say it revealed the government's authoritarian nature. "I am once again obliged to demand that the Venezuelan government immediately stop violating the rule of law, reestablish democracy, recognize the civil and political liberties of the people, a...

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  • North Korea fires ballistic missile, US State Department says
North Korea fires ballistic missile, US State Department says

Rex Tillerson , the USA secretary of state, confirmed that North Korea had launched "yet another" intermediate-range ballistic missile. "We have no further comment", the statement reads. Every North Korean nuclear test and missile launch reminds the United States and its allies of the limited options they have on Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions.

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  • Nvidia Debuts New High-End Titan Xp Graphics Card With Mac Support
Nvidia Debuts New High-End Titan Xp Graphics Card With Mac Support

Once it does, the Titan Xp will be the first card based on the Pascal architecture to support Apple computers. Max boost clock has also been bumped up slightly from 1,531MHz to 1,582MHz. Pre-orders have already begun on Nvidia's official store, and keep reading to see if this card is worth the steep $1200 price tag. The Titan Xp is no different, ...

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  • Judge denies United States request to delay Baltimore police reform hearing
Judge denies United States request to delay Baltimore police reform hearing

Consent decrees are backed up by court orders, so, technically, the Justice Department can't just walk away from its legal obligations . U.S. District James Bredar rejected the request Wednesday, saying in his order that pushing back the hearing "at the eleventh hour " would be a "burden and inconvenience to the court, other parties, and mos...

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  • North Korea may have tested new technology in latest missile
North Korea may have tested new technology in latest missile

Did North Korea really want to steal the show ahead of the Trump-Xi summit? "The launch comes days after Pyongyang said it planned to mark two key anniversaries this month as "big" political events and days before President Donald Trump meets with China's Xi Jinping - with North Korea at the top of the agenda".

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  • The chemical attack in Syria through the social media lens
The chemical attack in Syria through the social media lens

Tillerson commented during a brief photo op with visiting Mexican Foreign Secretary Luis Videgaray. The EU and United Nations on Wednesday rallied donor countries and aid groups to support a devastated Syria at a conference overshadowed by a suspected chemical attack blamed by the West on Damascus.

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  • Obama aide Susan Rice denies using intel to spy on Trump advisers
Obama aide Susan Rice denies using intel to spy on Trump advisers

White House lawyers last month learned that the former national security adviser Susan Rice requested the identities of US persons in raw intelligence reports on dozens of occasions that connect to the Donald Trump transition and campaign, according to USA officials familiar with the matter.

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