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Highway 29 near Patterson Road. Hollins was driving a red Acura with no license plate and a brake light that didn't work, according to an incident report filed by Bongiovanni. That triggered Bongiovanni's memory of the August arrest, and he made a decision to call for backup, according to the report. "(He said) 'It's different out there in the streets, '" Ayers said.
  • FBI Obtained Secret Court Order to Monitor Trump Adviser

    FBI Obtained Secret Court Order to Monitor Trump Adviser

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    No charges have been filed. The FBI reportedly obtained a warrant last summer from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to monitor the communications of Carter Page, a foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump. Though the standard is a high bar to meet, applications are hardly ever denied. Earlier this month, it was discovered that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was successfully granted a FISA court order to investigate and keep an eye on Page's communication.
  • US Treasury says China does not manipulate its currency

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    And then there is China, which is now being presented with awkward demands for a trade-off between economic concessions and security concessions over North Korea - not the sort of deal that Beijing cherishes or wishes to conclude. Previously, after the Republican attempt to repeal Obamacare failed, Trump said, "Nobody knew health care could be so complicated". Abruptly imposing a 45 percent tariff would unnecessarily disrupt both the Chinese and US economies.
  • Trump reverses on NATO, China, Russia and other campaign promises

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    But Trump totally changed his tune immediately after meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg yesterday. That movement, a response to increased Russian military activity and aggression, began before Trump took office but the secretary-general said the new USA president backed the changing posture in Poland and NATO's Baltic states.
  • Democratic Rep. Moulton Praises Trump, Criticizes Obama on Syria

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    Tillerson also held what he called a "productive" two-hour long meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. U.S. Central Command said Thursday that coalition aircraft were given the wrong coordinates by their partner forces, the predominantly-Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces, for a strike meant to target Islamic State militants south of their Tabqa stronghold.
  • Two cops fired after videos of violent traffic stop surface

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    In this undated Gwinnett County Police Department photo, Master Police Officer Robert McDonald poses for an official portrait. Two Gwinnett County police officers found themselves out of a job Thursday, April 13, less than 24 hours after video surfaced of them kicking and punching a Black motorist in handcuffs.
  • Main suspect in Stockholm truck attack admits to 'terrorist crime'

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    In February, police were instructed to carry out the deportation, but he had disappeared. Four people died and dozens were injured when a lorry mowed down pedestrians in the heart of the Swedish capital on Friday. Swedes have observed a minute of silence during an official day of mourning to honor the four people killed and 15 wounded in a truck attack last week on shoppers in Stockholm .
  • Gwinnett County Officer Caught On Video Stomping Suspect Fired

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    Several seconds later, a second officer runs up and kicks the driver in the head. Officer Robert McDonald , who joined the department in 2013, responded as backup to a traffic stop on Wednesday, when he found a fellow officer with Demetrius Hollins , who had been placed under arrest.
  • Syria evacuates besieged towns as nervous world ON EDGE

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    And some 2,350 opposition fighters have been moved from two opposition-held areas near the capital, Damascus . Madaya resident Amjad al-Maleh, speaking from a departing bus, told AFP that rebels among the evacuees had been allowed to keep light weapons.
  • Chemical attack fabricated, says Assad

    Chemical attack fabricated, says Assad

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    Asked if he had ordered the attack, Assad said the Syrian military had no chemical weapons and that it would not use them if it did. Global chemical weapons investigators have gone to Turkey to collect samples as part of an inquiry into an alleged chemical weapons attack in neighbouring Syria last week that killed 87 people.
  • UK boat race likely still on despite suspected WWII bomb

    UK boat race likely still on despite suspected WWII bomb

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    Previous year we felt a bit robbed because we didn't get to race. Coach Rob Baker said Cambridge had "done some awesome things in training and produced some phenomenal times, so I knew how fast the crew was". "It's really hard", he said. Asked what he had said by way of commiseration to his vanquished former team-mates, Warr revealed: "I just said "good race", nothing much more than that".