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Trump regarding the Russian Federation investigation and the May 9 firing of Comey, saying he "cannot and will not violate my duty to protect the confidential communications I had with the president". Rosenstein and then asking the President, or recommending he be fired? "Since you discussed his removal, why wouldn't you discuss the reasons?" Jeffrey Toobin, a CNN legal analyst, said last month that Trump's request for Pence and Sessions to scram "suggests consciousness of guilt".
  • Aulas - Lacazette can join PSG

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    Arsenal have seen an £87million bid for the attacker turned down and are set to enter talks to attempt to agree a deal with Monaco in the coming days, according to the Evening Standard . The France global scored 37 goals in 45 appearances last season during another successful campaign. Lacazette had been on course for a switch to Atletico Madrid until the Spanish club's transfer ban prevented such a transition.
  • Trump tweets on obstruction of justice allegations: 'Witch hunt' and 'phony story'

    Trump tweets on obstruction of justice allegations: 'Witch hunt' and 'phony story'

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    Reports surfaced earlier this week that Trump was considering firing Mueller , though the White House quickly rebutted the reports and said a special counsel can only be removed by the Justice Department. Following the hearing, a White House spokeswoman said Trump "has no intention" of dismissing Mueller. Sen. Franken called out Sessions and virtually demanded that the Attorney General testify before the Judiciary Committee on multiple occasions during the interview.
  • White House now a crime scene

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    It remains possible that someone other than the Secret Service could have made a recording. Trump has hinted he has tapes of his conversations with Comey - but it could be a bluff. The response from the Secret Service, reports noted, however, did not rule out the possibility that recordings were made by another entity. Those facts provide plenty of loopholes for the president to secretly record his conversations.
  • Two policemen injured in Srinagar militant attack

    Two policemen injured in Srinagar militant attack

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    So far no militant outfit has claimed responsibility of the attack. This is the second time that a security force personnel was killed by militants when he was on a leave in about two months in south Kashmir. Meanwhile, Pakistan violated ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir's Naushera Sector along the Line of Control (LoC). The Indian Army is retaliating strongly and effectively.
  • Adele was spotted giving hugs at London's Grenfell Tower after deadly fire

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    London fire investigators are painstakingly searching for more victims of an inferno that engulfed a high-rise apartment building and killed at least 12 residents. The cause of the fire, which broke out just before 1 a.m. (0000 GMT), is not known, the Fire Brigade said. The cause of the devastated blaze is still being investigated but attention has focussed on the cladding that was added to the 1970s block during a £8.7million restoration in 2015.
  • Trump sits by bedside of congressman wounded in shooting

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    One Capitol Hill police officer suffered a gunshot wound and another officer twisted an ankle. Mr. Scalise was shot in the hip, his office said , adding that the Republican's condition was stable. Five people were transported medically from the scene in Alexandria , city Police Chief Michael Brown told reporters. Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent Tim Slater declined to comment on whether the gunman had a vendetta against Republicans.
  • Trump orders more cash, industry input, for apprenticeships

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    Apprenticeships are an underused form of workforce training in the United States, compared with European countries, the newspaper said. Trump's proposed budget would slash the Labor Department's budget by a fifth to $9.6 billion and its job training programs by more than a third.
  • Confirmed: 2 Australians Killed in the London Terror Attack

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    The Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that Saturday's terror attack in the United Kingdom capital of London left two Australian nationals killed. Ms Zelenak and Ms Goncalves, both au pairs working in Herne Hill in south London, had met on the train. "I wish I could have grabbed her hand", Ms Gonçalves told Fairfax, admitting that she felt guilty about having lost her friend.