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Obstruction of justice requires the attempt to halt an investigation with a corrupt intent. If Trump hadn't violated all good sense and asked for a private session with Comey to ask (allegedly) for loyalty and for him to drop the Flynn investigation, then Comey would have had little to testify about, given that he can't talk about the Russian Federation investigation.
  • South Korea's president suggests 2030 World Cup bid with North Korea

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    China and Russian Federation assert that the U.S.is using the North Korean threat as an excuse to expand its ballistic missile defense in the area, crippling the nuclear deterrence capabilities of these two countries. The drone was suspected to be from North Korea, the official added. While the system has soured relations between Seoul and Beijing, some observers assert that South Korea's national security is in jeopardy as North Korea continues to advance its missile program at an ...
  • Taoiseach Tells May Of Concerns Over Proposed Deal With DUP

    Taoiseach Tells May Of Concerns Over Proposed Deal With DUP

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    Irish PM Enda Kenny has warned Theresa May that any pact with the DUP must not put the Good Friday Agreement at risk. They are adamant the UK Government can no longer cast itself as a neutral facilitator in the process, given Theresa May's intent to form a minority government with the help of a confidence-and-supply deal with the unionist party.
  • Tillerson defends Trump foreign budget cuts assailed by senators

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    He said the Trump administration's view is that the new USA policy is providing financial support to the Cuban government, which would violate US law. Mr. Tillerson said he stressed the necessity of cracking down on North Korea's trade in bilateral meetings, and said that North Korea's intricate financial networks are "difficult, but not impossible to address".
  • North Korea 'most urgent' threat to security: Mattis

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    A US missile defense site in South Korea was photographed by a North Korean drone last week, according to Seoul's Defense Ministry . "A North Korean soldier crossed the military demarcation line (MDL) in the middle sector (of the Demilitarized Zone, or DMZ) at around 7:50 p.m.
  • Israel Returns Ambassador to New Zealand, Ending Diplomatic Rift

    Israel Returns Ambassador to New Zealand, Ending Diplomatic Rift

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    The contentious resolution, also co-sponsored by Senegal, Malaysia and Venezuela and approved on December 23, declared that Israel's policy of building settlements in East Jerusalem and the West Bank has "no legal validity and constitutes a flagrant violation under worldwide law and a major obstacle to the achievement of the two-state solution and a just, lasting and comprehensive peace".
  • Trump Calls James Comey 'Very Cowardly'

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    President Donald Trump on Friday accused James Comey , the fired FBI director, of lying under oath to Congress, saying he would gladly provide sworn testimony disputing Comey's charge that the president forced him out because of his handling of the investigation into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with Russian Federation.
  • Suspected North Korean Spy Drone Snapped Photos Of US Missile Defense

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    A White House statement said the two leaders will meet June 29-30 to discuss ways of building on what America frequently calls its "ironclad" alliance with South Korea. South Korea and the United States agreed past year to deploy the THAAD unit in response to North Korea's relentless development of its ballistic missiles, and nuclear weapons, in defiance of U.N.
  • Jeff Sessions Testifies Before Senate Intelligence Committee

    Jeff Sessions Testifies Before Senate Intelligence Committee

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    Members of his party now seeming to show a bit of support in the Russia-Flynn investigation. "This would be Sessions's rebuttal to Comey", Graham says, noting it would have been hard for him to refuse. In a February meeting, Comey said, Trump told Sessions and other administration officials to leave the room before asking him to drop a probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation.