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The request was made at the end of last month after Le Pen, who is a member of the European Parliament, invoked her parliamentary immunity in refusing to attend questioning by investigating magistrates. The first round of presidential elections in France is on April 23th, and the second on may 7. While polls still show Le Pen and centrist independent Emmanuel Macron leading the field on around 22-24 percent each, their support is slipping, allowing radical Communist-backed candidate ...
  • Trump team declines to call China a money manipulator

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    The difference, $200 billion, accounted for almost 40 percent of the trade deficit. "We leap in, thinking we're helping the poor devils under the thumb of a dictator - and then the new tribe takes over and oppresses everyone else, usually much more brutally, while hating us even more than the old tribe did".
  • NATO chief: Trump has been 'very consistent' in support of alliance

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    China, on the other hand, was a currency manipulator, a thief of United States jobs that should no longer be allowed to "rape our country". From China to Syria, trade to the Dollar, a rapid succession of 180 degree reversals has left Washington , foreign capitals and Trump's own fans with a nasty case of political whiplash.
  • Democrats seek to resolve health payments on spending bill

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    Greg Walden (R-Ore.), chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee, told Bloomberg News last month. They say they are happy to talk about modifying the health care law ― but only if Republicans agree to leave the bulk of the coverage expansion in place, and only if Trump stops trying to sabotage the law.
  • Steve Bannon removed from National Security Council in shakeup

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    Bannon originally served on the committee as a check against Michael Flynn before Flynn was ousted as National Security Advisor, a top White House official told NBC News . Two senior White House officials said Bannon's departure was in no way a demotion and that he had rarely attended meetings since being placed on the council.
  • Dortmund struggles to come to terms with bomb attack on bus

    Dortmund struggles to come to terms with bomb attack on bus

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    To see the stands filled with people who love this sport, good people who only want us to feel the emotion of football to forget about the world, especially the world we live in which is crazier than ever. The world players' union FIFPro said that Borussia Dortmund should not have played so soon after Tuesday's attack on their bus and wants clear guidelines on dealing with similar incidents should they happen in the future.
  • Indian 'rhetoric' on Jadhav fuelling hatred against Pakistan: Islamabad

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    India is again likely to push for consular access for Jadhav through diplomatic channels, with the Indian high commission in Islamabad getting instructions from headquarters on Thursday, sources indicated. "He sponsored attack on Hazaras in Quetta and Shia Zaireen en route to and back from Iran", Aziz said. He has the right to appeal within 40 days to an appellate court.
  • Gun theft fugitive caught in southwest Wisconsin

    Gun theft fugitive caught in southwest Wisconsin

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    Friday Joseph Jakubowski was taken into custody near the Richland and Vernon County border. Richard Erdman owns a pawnshop in downtown Janesville. Milwaukee Grill general manager Fabian Gonzalez says he was concerned for women on his staff because they have children who attend Janesville schools and police initially anxious that Jakubowski could launch an attack there.
  • Execution of verdict on Jadhav will be treated as murder: MoS

    Execution of verdict on Jadhav will be treated as murder: MoS

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    The minister further said that the trial of Jadhav went for went on "for three months", rejecting rumours that he was hastily convicted. The Congress on Wednesday said it doesn't trust the Pakistan Army tribunal order on capital punishment to alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav but "still has faith in Pakistan's judiciary".
  • Badly injured Yellowstone National Park wolf put down

    Badly injured Yellowstone National Park wolf put down

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    Park staff identified the wolf as a white female from the Canyon Pack. The park's release did say that the wolf was "in shock and dying from the injuries ". "For these reasons, the wolf was one of the most recognizable and sought after by visitors to view and photograph", the park said. In that spirit, WanderBat , a travel research site by Graphiq , found the most popular national parks in America.