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Gorelick urged Kushner to consider choosing someone else to represent him at first, The Times reported . The president responded by tweeting an attack on his own Deputy Attorney General, whom he'd previously praised to the hilt. That may be an understandable approach in such a high-profile matter, though not always an advisable one. In the case of Trump , the pattern established included his demand for institutional loyalty from Comey to continue his job, the pressure on the FBI director ...
  • Iran Launches Six 'Zulfiqar' Ballistic Missiles At ISIS Targets In Syria

    Iran Launches Six 'Zulfiqar' Ballistic Missiles At ISIS Targets In Syria

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    The missile strikes are also being used to warn "some reactionary countries" of the sub-region, and Saudi Arabia was expressly singled out as one of them, with allegations that "they are trying to bring insecurity into Iran ". "Even Hezbollah can do better", he quoted the sources as saying. Iran is supporting the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad with ground forces and advisors in coordination with Russian Federation.
  • IRGC Missile Attack Proves Iran Can Counter All Threats: MP

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    With pro-Syrian government forces now between US -backed fighters at at-Tanf and predominantly Islamic State-controlled areas, any future offensive in the area will be hard. Several of the USA -supported fighters were wounded. USA warplanes buzzed the pro-Assad forces in an attempt to scare them away from the rebels, and contacted the Russian military to defuse the situation.
  • Toll from Pakistan tanker fire climbs to 148

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    Geo cited rescue workers as saying people in the area had gathered to collect fuel that was leaking from the oil tanker after it overturned. A total of 75 motorbikes and six vehicles including a traffic police vehicle were burnt out in the fire, said police.
  • Minute's silence held for Grenfell Tower victims

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    Speaking outside Scotland Yard, Mr Cundy added: "I have investigated major crime for most of my service and I have seen some awful things". For police, fire and emergency crews inside the tower, "it is incredibly emotional working in there", Cundy said.
  • Troops shoot suspected bomber in Brussels station

    Troops shoot suspected bomber in Brussels station

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    Meanwhile, the bag exploded a second time more violently. Speaking at a news conference on Wednesday following the reopening of the station, Eric Van Der Sypt told reporters that the initials of the man, who had Moroccan nationality, were O.Z., and that his home in Brussels' Molenbeek district had been searched.
  • Darjeeling tense but incident-free; 12-hr Eid relaxation for

    Darjeeling tense but incident-free; 12-hr Eid relaxation for

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    Muslims can also use vehicles with stickers mentioning the objective to go to the plains and meet their relatives, he said, adding except this, everything would remain the same. Gorkhas in Arunachal Pradesh brought out a rally here on Saturday in support of the ongoing movement in Darjeeling hills for the creation of a separate Gorkhaland State.
  • Canadian man charged after possible terror attack at MI airport

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    About 800,000 passengers took flights through Bishop a year ago, according to statistics from the airport . "I knew him well enough to say hello, not much more than that", he told AP. They said there were no immediate links between Ftouhi and terrorist groups, however, and it appeared that he was acting on his own. He had his initial court appearance late Wednesday afternoon and will remain in custody pending a full detention hearing next week, a US District Court official said.
  • Turkey's Erdogan says Arab demands on Qatar unlawful

    Turkey's Erdogan says Arab demands on Qatar unlawful

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    He also reaffirmed Turkey's commitment to its Gulf-state ally in light of the sanctions being imposed on it. The demands include downgrading ties with Iran, a regional rival of Saudi Arabia; stopping support for Islamist groups; closing a Turkish military base in Qatar; and shutting down the Doha-based television broadcaster Al Jazeera and its channels.
  • South Korea Conducts Missile Test amid Growing Tensions

    South Korea Conducts Missile Test amid Growing Tensions

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    South Korea's Sports Minister Do Jong-hwan raised the prospect of working with North Korea in an effort to boost friendship. "At least I know China tried!" 23 de junio de 2017, 17:40Seoul, June 23 (Prensa Latina) South Korea " s President Moon Jae-In has overseen today a missile test, which was "aimed at sending a clear warning against North Korea" and according to experts, would help to increase growing tensions in the region.
  • Five GOP senators now oppose health bill-enough to sink it

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    And the main liberal criticism of the bill - that it would leave too many people uninsured - is misguided: We suspect that the Congressional Budget Office will find that most of the reduction in insurance rolls results from people's choosing not to buy insurance when they're not being threatened with fines.
  • Virginia districts drawn to help GOP

    Virginia districts drawn to help GOP

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    The nationwide study categorized the outcomes of all 435 U.S. House races and about 4,700 state House and Assembly seats, including Indiana's 100 House seats and nine congressional races up for election past year. "The result in this decade's maps has been a persistent and consequential seat advantage in favor of Republicans that will likely endure for the remainder of the decade".