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He then suggested that perhaps American hackers are to blame and found a way to divert the blame onto Russian Federation, pointing to a conspiracy theory about President John F. "But when he and I talked I saw that he, too, started having doubts", he said. He said if there had been anything interesting to come out of the meeting, his foreign minister would have reported it to him.
  • Sessions denies colluding with Russian Federation

    Sessions denies colluding with Russian Federation

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    But he denied meeting Kislyak a third time , at an April 27, 2016 reception for Trump at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington . He called accusations of collusion " an appalling and detestable lie " and derided the suggestion last week by Comey that there were "problematic" issues that forced Sessions to recuse himself from the Russian Federation probe.
  • Queen's Speech could be delayed, says Damian Green

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    The European Union's Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has warned London not to waste time, as Brussels waits for embattled British prime minister Theresa May to name a date for talks. Obviously, with Brexit talks looming, another election could delay things even further but a new poll suggests more Britons would be in favour of it than opposing it.
  • Family says United States college student released by NKorea is in coma

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    The State Department announced Warmbier's release earlier Tuesday but gave no details on his condition. Here is the timeline. "We get to see our son Otto tonight", he said. He identified the church as Friendship United Methodist Church. Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown of Cleveland said the country's "despicable actions. must be condemned".
  • UK PM May and DUP have largely agreed support deal

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    Labour's unexpectedly strong second-place showing has thrown national politics into disarray. According to sources, Tuesday's discussions are likely to focus on the government's legislative plans for the year ahead as well as the upcoming Brexit negotiations due to begin on June 19, and their particular implications for Northern Ireland's border with the Republic of Ireland and trade.
  • Sessions denies any collusion with Russian Federation in senate hearing

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    Marco Rubio, R-Fla., asked Sessions whether Trump records his conversations in the White House . But he refused to discuss whether the president's decision to fire Comey was related to the Russian Federation probe. "I recused myself from any investigation into the campaigns for President, but I did not recuse myself from defending my honour against scurrilous and false allegations", Mr Sessions said in an opening statement on Tuesday.
  • Plans for a hard Brexit have not changed, says UK

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    The 60-year-old leader said she had tapped experience across the "whole of the Conservative Party" when she appointed Michael Gove , a long-serving cabinet minister who had clashed with May when she was home secretary, as agriculture minister.
  • Mattis: New Afghanistan strategy coming 'mid-July'

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    Mr Mattis has already told the House of Representatives armed services committee that he intends to take a "a regional approach" to Afghanistan and developing the new strategy would involve various United States government agencies. anti-missile system to protect against North Korea , despite a decision to delay its full installation. But Mattis cited "provocative behavior " from North Korea, saying, "There is no other nation that needs to be concerned about THAAD other than North ...
  • Telstra to cut 1400 jobs

    Telstra to cut 1400 jobs

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    It is being reported that the cuts will affect workers from all across the business. The company confirmed the cuts to Business Insider but declined to comment further while staff were being briefed on the situation on Wednesday. He said the telco's CNN - customer network management - division would also likely be affected in what would effectively wipe out the unit. Telstra will shed around 1400 employees from its workforce.
  • Bangladesh run to last four is reward for years of toil

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    The other semi-final will feature Group B winners India against Group A runners-up Bangladesh at Edgbaston on Thursday (June 15). The victor faces either India or Bangladesh - who meet in the second semifinal - in the Champions Trophy final match on Sunday.
  • House GOP leaders blame media for Mueller storm

    House GOP leaders blame media for Mueller storm

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    Jeanne Shaheen, a Democrat, opened her line of questioning, in the hearing that was supposed to focus on the Justice Department budget, by asking whether Rosenstein had seen any evidence of good cause to fire Mueller. He says he is confident that Mueller will have "the full independence he needs" to investigate thoroughly. The White House, however, said Trump and Ruddy have never discussed the issue.