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The former education secretary, who stood unsuccessfully against Mrs May for the Conservative leadership after clashing with her over the handling of extremism in schools, worked for the News Corp-owned Times before entering politics and returned to the paper following his departure from government past year.
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    In his public testimony , Comey said he was disturbed and concerned by President Trump's request to drop the investigation into Flynn, as the former FBI director outlined in his written statement to the committee. 'I mean, George, if there was a basis upon which there was a question raised that raised the kind of issues that are serious, as in the situation with James Comey, the president has the authority to take action, ' Sekulow continued.
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    Almost 4,000 miles away, Parisian Raphael Angeli said Trump's decision puts him at odds with many of his fellow citizens and much of the world. U.S. In a nationalistic "America First" announcement from the White House Rose Garden on Thursday, Trump said he was withdrawing from a UN-backed deal that imposes "draconian financial and economic burdens" on the United States while going too easy on economic rivals China, India and Europe.
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    He told reporters at Beijing airport Tuesday that he believes President Donald Trump is happy with his visit "to accomplish something we both need". "He is going to (North Korea) to bridge the gap and bring peace and dialogue between both nations". News of the University of Virginia student's medical condition came on the heels of his release.
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    The third is Kim Dong-chul, who was given ten years of hard labor for spying and stealing state secrets. Warmbier was detained in January 2016 at the airport in Pyongyang on his way home from a visit to the reclusive country. On this trip, he has already been roundly criticized by some for visiting during a time of high tensions between the US and North Korea over its weapons programs and recent missile launches.
  • North Korea Releases Detained US Student, Rodman Visits

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    Warmbier went with a tour group from Beijing to Pyongyang in January 2016 despite U.S. State Department's travel warnings. Warmbier was supposed to graduate from the University of Virginia in May. Two of the three other Americans being held in North Korea, Kim Sang Duk and Kim Hak-song, are academics who worked at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology.
  • May starts DUP talks in bid to keep power

    May starts DUP talks in bid to keep power

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    The turmoil started when May chose to hold snap elections to gain more seats for her party, which already had majority in parliament , to strengthen her position in the upcoming Brexit talks scheduled for June 19. After the opposition Labour Party made hefty election gains by focusing heavily on national issues, May listed areas such as education and housing as top policy priorities.
  • Suspected N.Korea drone photographed US missile defence site

    Suspected N.Korea drone photographed US missile defence site

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    Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff reportedly said that they found hundreds of photos of South Korea in the memory chip, adding that authorities are trying to find where the drone came from. The THAAD system, is a sophisticated missile defense system that uses kinetic energy to destroy warheads in flight. The aircraft mounted with a camera was discovered last week in a South Korean forest near the border with the North .
  • AG Sessions: "This is a Secret Innuendo Being Leaked Out There"

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    The probe over the possible ties between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation is now in the hands of special counsel Bob Mueller following the Comey dismissal. "Why don't you tell me", Sessions fired back, "There are none Senator Wyden , there are none!" "I encourage every effort to get to the bottom of any such allegations", he said.
  • Hilarious Memes About Donald Trump's Strange 'Covfefe' Tweet

    Hilarious Memes About Donald Trump's Strange 'Covfefe' Tweet

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    The tweet went viral instantly, becoming one the most popular posts of the divisive US leader before it was deleted after almost six hours online. And as the debate simmered, Twitter users turned to the one account that might be able to help: Merriam Webster.
  • Tillerson: North Korea releases United States student Otto Warmbier

    Tillerson: North Korea releases United States student Otto Warmbier

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    The parents were also quoted as saying that North Korean officials informed them via USA envoys that Warmbier fell ill from botulism sometime after his trial in March past year and fell into a coma after taking a sleeping pill. "On camera, Warmbier said he stole the propaganda poster on behalf of a member of the Friendship United Methodist Church in Wyoming, Ohio, who wanted it 'as a trophy.' In exchange, he would receive a used auto worth $10,000".
  • 6 killed as Cyclone Mora batters Bangladesh (Third Lead)

    6 killed as Cyclone Mora batters Bangladesh (Third Lead)

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    Significant damage was reported in refugee camps housing Rohingya Muslims from neighbouring Myanmar, BBC reported. The cyclone made landfall near Kutubdia around 6:00am with heavy winds of 114 kmph at St Martin's Island, 85 kmph at Cox's Bazar, and 135 kmph in Teknaf.
  • US President Donald Trump slams 'cowardly' ex-FBI director James Comey

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    Anti-Trumpers tend to argue that it is the substance of what is being leaked the matters, the specific allegations against the president or his subordinates. Sanders knows better than most that Trump can not be taken at his word. I'm not going to say I want you to pledge allegiance. "It doesn't make sense", Trump told reporters .
  • Otto Warmbier, jailed U.S. student, freed by North Korea

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    People close to the negotiations that led to his release said that Mr. Warmbier was on his way from Japan to Anchorage, where the plane carrying him would refuel and continue on to Cincinnati , where his parents live. The president of an American university where a student attended before being imprisoned by North Korea says the school is "deeply concerned and saddened" to learn that he is in a coma .
  • Ovation for Jeremy Corbyn as he returns to House of Commons

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    One person wrote: "Being awake for 25 hours has been worth it just to see UKIP disappear, Theresa May's world implode and Corbyn's awkward high five #JezWeCan". However, the Labour party won 40.3 per cent of the vote. In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, Mr Corbyn said: 'I can still be prime minister.
  • Jeff Sessions Pushes Back On Suggestions Of Collusion

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    Sessions declined to detail his conversations with the president on a number of topics - including the firing of FBI Director James Comey and possible discussions of pardons or the Russian Federation investigation. Andrew Wright, a professor at Savannah Law School and associate counsel under former President Barack Obama, said it was not unusual for government employees to refuse to discuss conversations with the president in order to preserve the right to invoke executive privilege later.
  • Manchester bomber's brother released by police

    Manchester bomber's brother released by police

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    The Duke of Cambridge also visited Manchester on Friday and met police officers and volunteers before paying a visit to Manchester Royal Infirmary to meet some of those injured in the attack. This morning officers executed a warrant at a house in Princess Road, Moss Side. "I think they are getting people out of there section by section".
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    La Procuraduría General de la República (PGR ) informó en su cuenta de Twitter sobre la detención del ex mandatario, contra quien se giró una orden de aprehensión el pasado jueves. No obstante, el exgobernador se consideró prófugo de la justicia hasta el 31 de mayo, cuando el juez del Centro de Justicia Penal Federal de Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México , liberó una orden de aprehensión en su contra por operaciones con recursos de procedencia ilícita.
  • US Attorney General Jeff Sessions denies links to Russian Federation in Senate testimony

    US Attorney General Jeff Sessions denies links to Russian Federation in Senate testimony

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    Attorney General Jeff Sessions infuriated Democratic senators Tuesday by repeatedly thwarting their efforts to shed light on the firing of James Comey , as he blasted secret innuendo and leaks over his own conduct. "I don't believe I had any conversation with a Russian businessman or Russian nationals", Sessions answered before being interrupted. And asked about Mr Trump's own contention that he fired Mr Comey with the Russian Federation probe in mind, and regardless of any recommendation ...
  • North Korea frees United States student Otto Warmbier

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    But he struck out. The announcement on Otto Warmbier's release came as former National Basketball Association player Dennis Rodman was paying a return visit to Pyongyang . (AP Photo/John Minchillo). Alison Lebrun helps tie blue-and-white awareness ribbons along Springfield Pike near the family home of Otto Warmbier , a 22-year-old University of Virginia undergraduate student who was imprisoned in North Korea in March 2016.
  • Jeremy Corbyn tells Labour MPs: 'We are now a government in waiting'

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    The Labour leader said: "Last Thursday, we turned the tables on Theresa May's gamble and gained seats in every region and nation of Britain and I'm particularly delighted that we increased our representation in Scotland". The Labour leader said he would continue to campaign in marginal seats across the United Kingdom while opposing Theresa May's government in Westminster.
  • Key takeaways from Sessions' testimony

    Key takeaways from Sessions' testimony

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    Five days after questions were raised by former FBI Director James Comey , the Attorney General defended his decision to recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation, denied that he had been involved in any wrongdoing, and pushed back against his former Democratic colleagues in the Senate .
  • Five big questions Jeff Sessions will likely face in Senate committee hearing

    Five big questions Jeff Sessions will likely face in Senate committee hearing

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    Sessions has frequently come into the spotlight throughout the turbulent first several months of Donald Trump's presidency, from a hotly contested confirmation hearing to his recusal from the Russian Federation investigation in March. White House spokesman Sean Spicer didn't address questions about potential recordings on Monday. And Trump's frequent commentary on matters such as the investigation into alleged ties between his campaign and Russian Federation are distracting from his ...
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    In a statement issued after the programme, Jackson Carlaw, Scottish Conservative deputy leader, said: "The SNP can not continue to bury its head in the sand about a second independence referendum ". She has presided over chaos over the a year ago, the result of this election shows that people don't trust her. She said at the time: "What Scotland deserves, in the light of the material change of circumstances brought about by the Brexit vote, is the chance to decide our future in a fair, ...
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    In UK Early Election Ends With Hung Parliament

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    May's party is short of the 326 it needed for an outright majority and fairly down from the 330 seats it had before the election. The Telegraph newspaper said senior Conservatives including Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson , interior minister Amber Rudd and Brexit minister David Davis were taking soundings over whether to seek to oust May.
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    U.S. military unfunded requirement list at $33 billion: Mattis

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    He also called on Congress to support DoD's request to conduct another round of base closures and realignments, saying this could save up to $2 billion a year. In this picture relased by the US Department of Defence, US Army Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 41st Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 1st Armored Division scan the landing zone for possible hostile forces 26 August 2005.
  • Otto Warmbier, jailed US student, freed by North Korea

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    Speaking to journalists and wearing a T-shirt for his sponsor, the marijuana banking service PotCoin .com, Rodman said he thinks President Trump is pleased with his visit to North Korea . Warmbier was sentenced in March 2016 after a televised tearful public confession to trying to steal a propaganda banner. Nauert also warned Americans against traveling to North Korea, a caution that former USA government officials echoed.
  • Warmbier Returns Home Tuesday Night

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    CINCINNATI (AP) - An American college student who was released from a North Korean prison is finally home but in a coma and undergoing treatment at an OH hospital where he was taken shortly after arriving on US soil. Certainly Mr. Trump is aware of Mr. Rodman's visit, but the former athlete's trip doesn't have official backing. North Korea is expecting another visit by Rodman on Tuesday in what would be his firs.
  • Espionage Allegations Denied by Brazil's President Michel Temer

    Espionage Allegations Denied by Brazil's President Michel Temer

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    On Thursday, Brazil's seven-member Supreme Electoral Court, TSE, signaled their vote to acquit Rousseff and Temer's election victory. Temer's statement also reiterated that the government has never tried to constrain Operation Car Wash , the sprawling corruption investigation that has ensnared much of Brazil's political elite.
  • US Lawmakers Await Sessions' Testimony

    US Lawmakers Await Sessions' Testimony

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    In a letter to Senate Intel Cmte heads Burr and Warner, cmte member Ron Wyden says he wants to hear from AG Sessions in a *public* hearing. Shelby is chairman of the Senate committee Sessions originally was scheduled to testify in front of on Tuesday on matters pertaining to the Department of Justice budget.
  • US, NK officials ahead of student's release

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    Apparently, Warmbier fell ill with botulism and lapsed into a coma after taking a sleeping pill at some point after his trial in March 2016 . "He is being medivacked to the United States", the Warmbier family told CNN in a statement . Officials involved in securing Warmbier's release told The Post that it had nothing to do with Rodman's trip to Pyongyang, calling it a "bizarre coincidence" that might have been a deliberate ploy from North Korea to distract from Warmbier's condition.
  • Top 8 lines from Jeff Sessions' hearing

    Top 8 lines from Jeff Sessions' hearing

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    While Sessions evaded answering most questions, Harris persisted and even interrupted any responses that she ascertained were not direct answers. Burr outlined a slate of questions that lawmakers prepared to pursue, noting that Comey less than a week ago raised questions about the attorney general's role in his firing last month and Sessions' exclusion from a February 14 White House meeting in which Comey was asked by President Trump to drop the bureau's investigation into former ...
  • Tillerson: North Korea releases USA citizen Otto Warmbier

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    Now, he's being released back to the United States early, although he's in bad shape: Warmbier reportedly fell into a coma shortly after his final public appearance, and has not been conscious in more than a year. and global sanctions. Rodman returned to North Korea in September 2013 and then a few months later made a visit with several former National Basketball Association stars.
  • US says Rodman did not help in NKorea release

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    Survivors of North Korea's concentration camps draw what they witnessed. The US government has refused to comment on Otto's condition out of respect for his family. The White House says securing the release of an American college student from a North Korean prison "was a big priority" for President Donald Trump.
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    La fiscal comenzó a distanciarse del gobierno a finales de marzo pasado, cuando sorpresivamente denunció que una decisión con la que el TSJ asumía las funciones del Legislativo -de mayoría opositora- era una "ruptura del orden constitucional".
  • Donald Trump's legal team delays filing leak complaint against James Comey

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    As the Washington Post documents , the Republican Party's emerging talking point in re: Donald Trump's treatment of James Comey is that Trump is but a humble businessman, inexperienced in politics, who doesn't understand arcane and convoluted nuances of Washington etiquette such as "you can't fire the nation's top Federal Bureau of Investigation agent because he refused to stop investigating your crooked presidential administration".
  • Sessions denies improper Russian Federation contacts

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    He said he recused himself from the Justice Department's Russian Federation investigation only because of a regulation to require the step because of his involvement in the Trump campaign. Sessions told the committee that Comey's concern pertained to the protocol though which the Department of Justice communicated with the White House.
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    Falling eight seats short of retaining its parliamentary majority, May's Conservative party is now in talks with the DUP - which won 10 seats - to forge an informal alliance. A Conservative source said the move to include Gove in her cabinet may suggest she has learnt a lesson after firing George Osborne, the former finance minister who as editor of London's Evening Standard newspaper, has become a vocal critic.