• Russian lawyer who met with Trump Jr. admits she's an 'informant'
Russian lawyer who met with Trump Jr. admits she's an 'informant'

The emails appear to show a correspondence between Veselnitskaya and an official in Russia's state prosecutor's office coordinating a response to a case brought forward by the U.S. A Russian court convicted him of the fraud a few years after he died in a Moscow prison in November 2009 after alleged beatings and medical negligence.

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  • More sickened by romaine lettuce
More sickened by romaine lettuce

A total of five E. coli illness cases in Washington have been linked to the national outbreak. Forty-six people out of 87 on which information is available - or 53 percent - have been hospitalized. Identification of the farm adds a new piece to the outbreak investigation puzzle, but since most of the illnesses involved chopped romaine and are p...

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  • Thick-skinned Trump 'will definitely come to London'
Thick-skinned Trump 'will definitely come to London'

In a letter to the US President, six conservative groups recommend he should instead focus his visit on his "ancestral home" of Scotland , over fear of protests in London. It is yet to be seen if Trump will truly face major crowds of protesters in July, but it would certainly be gratifying for most of us in America to see our allies come out...

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  • Australian nun to appeal visa cancellation, seeks chance to explain
Australian nun to appeal visa cancellation, seeks chance to explain

Malacanang on Wednesday supported the Bureau of Immigration (BI)'s order forfeiting the missionary visa of Australian nun Patricia Fox and asking her to leave the Philippines for engaging in political activities. She will also submit a counter affidavit to answer the charges hurled against her. "It was through the media that I heard of the deci...

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  • New US Secretary Of State Pompeo Pushes NATO Allies On Spending
New US Secretary Of State Pompeo Pushes NATO Allies On Spending

According to the Secretary General, at the moment there is no state of "cold war" in relations with Russian Federation, not a strategic partnership. That meeting is due to take place on July 11th and 12th in Brussels . "They are hopeful that the State Department will get its swagger back, that we will be out doing the things that they came on boar...

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  • Josh Rosen didn't mean to insult everyone - just some people
Josh Rosen didn't mean to insult everyone - just some people

With Christian Kirk in the fold, the Arizona Cardinals have taken yet another significant step towards creating an elite offense. Five quarterbacks went off the board on day one, the most since 1999, and a record four were selected inside the top ten.

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  • Israel abandons plan to forcibly deport African migrants
Israel abandons plan to forcibly deport African migrants

Israel has shelved plans to deport about 40,000 African refugees, local media reported on Tuesday. While the migrants and rights groups argued that they were seeking asylum and are fleeing war, Israel government said they were looking for jobs and that it was protecting the country's borders.

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  • United Nations peacekeepers from Nepal accused of 'heinous' child rape in South Sudan
United Nations peacekeepers from Nepal accused of 'heinous' child rape in South Sudan

The aid workers, Alain Noudehou said , were in a convoy destined to Tore from Yei town to conduct a humanitarian needs assessment on 25 April. This is the third time aid workers have been held by armed groups in the last six months alone. He did not, however, disclose who replaces the fallen army chief of general staff, saying, "We will ask that a...

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  • Cuomo Sends ICE Cease and Desist Letter Over 'Un-American' Tactics
Cuomo Sends ICE Cease and Desist Letter Over 'Un-American' Tactics

Authorities responded Tuesday afternoon to Hampton-in-Highland Apartments at 44th Street and Prairie Avenue, where the person was found with seven other people who were also arrested by ICE for "immigration violations", he said . Homan responded to two of the accusations Cuomo made, saying the man arrested on Collins' farm was a three-time prior...

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  • Trump says he thinks he swayed Macron's thinking on Iran
Trump says he thinks he swayed Macron's thinking on Iran

He told us he accomplished two main things with Trump: getting his support for continued USA "involvement" in stabilizing Syria; and encouraging his "openness to a new comprehensive deal" on Iran - a " bigger deal ", in Trump's words, that would replace the " terrible " deal President Barack Obama signed and would last longer, cover ballistic-mis...

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  • LGBTQ groups blast confirmation of Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State
LGBTQ groups blast confirmation of Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State

Pompeo also said the USA should continue to provide Ukraine with defensive weapons and maintain sanctions on Russian Federation until Moscow fully complies with the Minsk agreement. By May 12, Pompeo will have to advise Trump on whether to extend waivers to sanctions suspended under the 2015 Iran deal, a momentous decision that could lead to the Un...

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  • Leaders of Two Koreas to Hold Talks Today
Leaders of Two Koreas to Hold Talks Today

Kim Dae-jung won the Nobel Peace Prize later in 2000 for his rapprochement policies with the North. The move was welcomed by the USA and South Korea as a positive step, although Chinese researchers have indicated that North Korea's nuclear test site may be unusable after a rock collapse following its last test in September.

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  • Mamata Banerjee 'killing' democracy in West Bengal: BJP
Mamata Banerjee 'killing' democracy in West Bengal: BJP

The SEC on Thursday announced that it was going ahead with voting on May 14, as proposed by the state government, and withdrawing its own initial schedule of a three-phase poll - on May 1, 3 and 5 - that it had notified on March 31. Tuesday was the last date for filing nominations. The Congress wanted us to support it. DMK, which is the main oppo...

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  • Priyanka Chopra holds her breath on fallon
Priyanka Chopra holds her breath on fallon

The last time Priyanka Chopra was on the show, she participated in hot chicken wings eating contest, a game of bobbing for apples and Tandem Sculptionary contest. The show will premiere in India on April 28 at 9 pm on Star World. In addition to her role as Alex Parrish on " Quantico ", she is involved in issues like education, hunger, and equal...

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  • Crude oil price holds above $68 with Trump-Iran standoff in focus
Crude oil price holds above $68 with Trump-Iran standoff in focus

One day after the crude prices declined due to US president Donald Trump hinting that his country and France might be able to reach an agreement with regards to the Iran nuclear deal, oil prices on Thursday rose based on French president Emmanuel Macron stating that he thinks Trump will scrap the deal and impose new sanctions against the Islami...

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  • Identifying 10 killed in Toronto van attack could take days, coroner says
Identifying 10 killed in Toronto van attack could take days, coroner says

Rodger had used the term "incel" - for involuntarily celibate - in online posts raging at women for rejecting him romantically. Alek Minassian (25) of Richmond Hill, Ontario, appeared handcuffed in the courtroom in Toronto wearing a jumpsuit, and said little except to confirm he understood the proceedings.

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  • Merkel in Washington to make Germany heard again
Merkel in Washington to make Germany heard again

The confirmation comes ahead of a visit to the White House by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is expected to push Trump not to abandon the Iran nuclear deal nor hit Europe with new us tariffs. The second deadline concerns the extension of new US tariffs on foreign-made steel and aluminum, which some fear could trigger a global wave of protec...

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  • Cardi B unfortunately cancels shows due to pregnancy
Cardi B unfortunately cancels shows due to pregnancy

This will be their first child together. " Broccoli fest will be my last performance for a little while and everything". "I just want to make this a little clear, Broccoli fest will be my last performance for a little while and everything because you know, shorty keep growing".

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  • Arizona teachers march in first-ever statewide strike
Arizona teachers march in first-ever statewide strike

The Colorado rallies are riding a national wave of teacher strikes in red states like West Virginia , Oklahoma , Kentucky , and Arizona , as public sector employees across the country are increasingly pushed out of the middle class. He has pledged $371 million over the next five years for school infrastructure, curriculum, school buses and tech...

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  • Danish submarine inventor sentenced to life for murdering journalist Kim Wall
Danish submarine inventor sentenced to life for murdering journalist Kim Wall

He admitted to dismembering her body but denied the other charges. Madsen received a life sentence . The judge said the court found Madsen "untrustworthy" , noting that his explanations about why he brought the objects on board, and how and why he cut up the body, were not reasonable.

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