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President Putin said "no proposal like that came to me" involving Mr. Kushner and that it would have been reported to him if there had been "anything significant". Asked whether all 17 US intelligence agencies that concluded Russian Federation interfered with the election are lying, Putin said "they have been misled" and said he has not seen "any direct proof of Russia's interference".
  • Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends fast, striking farmers' group calls off stir

    Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends fast, striking farmers' group calls off stir

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    Yesterday, the families of the four farmers, who were killed in the police firing in Mandsaur , met Chouhan and requested him to call off his fast. Top party leaders were told by his ministers that chief minister ignored warnings about the growing unrest among farmers demanding adequate price for their produce and loan waver.
  • Irish Sinn Fein Leader Rules Out Taking Seats in Parliament

    Irish Sinn Fein Leader Rules Out Taking Seats in Parliament

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    The DUP gained two seats and their 10 MP's could now form part of a hung parliament. Sinn Féin was the other the big victor, with the party poised to wrest the Foyle seat off the SDLP MP Mark Durkan. In the first sign that the general election would bring a surge in the DUP's fortunes, its Lagan Valley MP, Jeffrey Donaldson, was returned with 26,762 votes - up almost 8,000 on his majority in the last election.
  • Senators Ask Jeff Sessions Same Question About Russians 12 Times — Echo Chamber

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    Several media outlets have reported that Comey told the Intelligence Committee in closed session last week that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was examining whether Sessions met with Kislyak at a Washington hotel a year ago. Martin Heinrich, who took issue with Sessions declining to answer questions. Executive privilege is a power that can be claimed by a president or senior executive branch officials to withhold information from Congress or the courts to protect the executive branch ...
  • Highlights of Dennis Rodman's past visits to North Korea

    Highlights of Dennis Rodman's past visits to North Korea

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    The bombastic player - who once wore a wedding dress to promote one of his books - appeared as a contestant on Mr Trump's pre-presidency reality television show Celebrity Apprentice . The unlikely pair ended the evening with drinks and dining on sushi. "The Department of State continues to have discussions with the DPRK [North Korea] regarding three other USA citizens reported detained", Tillerson added.
  • Northam wins Democratic nomination for governor of Virginia

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    On the Republican side, front-runner Ed Gillespie , a moderate Washington insider, is trying to fend off under-funded but spirited campaigns from avid Trump supporter Corey Stewart and state Sen. The Clinton-Sanders redux race many expected - and some hoped for - never materialized. Perriello also bridges the gaps in the party. "We supported Tom because he was the visionary in the race".
  • Sessions appears at high-stakes US Senate hearing on Russia, Comey

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    Senators questioned Sessions on his encounters with Russian ambassadors , why Comey was sacked, and if Russia colluded with Trump's campaign. "I was your colleague in this body for 20 years, and the suggestion that I participated in any collusion or that I was aware of any collusion with the Russian government to hurt this country, which I have served with honor for over 35 years, or to undermine the integrity of our democratic process, is an appalling and detestable lie", he said.
  • Dennis Rodman back in North Korea; ailing American leaves

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    Any visit to North Korea by a high-profile American is a political minefield, and Rodman has been criticized for failing to use his influence on leaders who are otherwise isolated diplomatically from the rest of the world. USA officials did not confirm those details. Meanwhile, the White House said Moon and Trump will meet on June 29 and 30 to discuss ways of building on what America frequently calls its "ironclad" alliance with South Korea.
  • Tory and DUP deal must be opposed, says Gerry Adams

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    In another intervention Tuesday, former Conservative prime minister Sir John Major warned against a pact between May and the DUP. And in an explicit threat that the worst-case-scenario would be return to the Troubles, the Tory elder statesmen said: "The last thing anybody wishes to see is one party feeling so aggrieved that the hard men, who are still there lurking in the corners of communities, decide they wish to return to some form of violence".
  • Scottish advisers welcome move away from independence

    Scottish advisers welcome move away from independence

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    Nicola Sturgeon , First Minister of Scotland and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) arrives at the main Glasgow counting centre in Glasgow, Scotland, on June 9, 2017 , hours after the polls closed in Britain's general election. Sturgeon said she was appealing for MPs from all parties to work together to keep Britain in the European single market. Sturgeon's party, which almost swept the board in Scotland two years ago, lost heavyweights to a Conservative Party reinvigorated by ...
  • US student freed by North Koreans is back home

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    Warmbier was visiting North Korea as part of a tourist group arranged by Young Pioneer Tours, based in Xian, China. This file photo taken on February 29, 2016 and released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on March 1, 2016 shows Otto Warmbier at a press conference in Pyongyang.