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With respect to Russia , at least, the message did not appear to be understood, as the Russian Embassy in Washington said in a series of tweets that it was bewildered. "Europe, I think, is the biggest loser here because European businesses are curtailed in their possibilities if President Donald Trump does not make exceptions, as the law provides for, for some European activities".
  • Typhoon Nesat knocks people over in Taiwan, leaves 250000 homes without power

    Typhoon Nesat knocks people over in Taiwan, leaves 250000 homes without power

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    The storm made landfall at 11:10 GMT in the eastern Yilan county, whipping up massive waves of over 49.2 feet. It was the first time in 50 years that Taiwan had issued warnings for two typhoons. The supporting frames of a temporary telecommunication base station at the Universiade Athletes' Village in New Taipei City's Linkou District (林口) collapsed as Typhoon Nesat swept over the nation on Saturday, but other main sports venues were not damaged, the Taipei Universiade Organizing ...
  • Qatar crisis: Saudi-led allies stand firm

    Qatar crisis: Saudi-led allies stand firm

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    Four Arab countries blockading Qatar are ready for dialogue to ease the dispute if Doha agrees to certain demands, Bahrain's foreign minister said on Sunday after a meeting with his counterparts. These four Arab countries have engaged in a diplomatic boycott against Qatar since May, when they announced suspension of diplomatic bilateral relations and the dismissal of Qatari missions from their territories', in addition to the closure of ground, naval and aerial borders.
  • Reince Priebus: Trump 'wanted to go a different direction'

    Reince Priebus: Trump 'wanted to go a different direction'

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    Kelly, to the post. In an interview with The New York Times , Mr Trump said he would not have named Sessions attorney general if he knew the former senator from Alabama would recuse himself from investigations into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.
  • Donald Trump appears to threaten members of Congress with 'BAILOUT' tweet

    Donald Trump appears to threaten members of Congress with 'BAILOUT' tweet

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    Yesterday, 50 Senators and Vice President Pence as the 51st vote pulled a fast one on the public by making a key procedural vote to move forward on a "mystery bill" meant to repeal the Affordable Care Act ( ACA ). Children's Hospital Association was pleased with the vote. "There is still time for reasonable Republican senators to abandon this partisan process".
  • Trump's six-month stall sparks a White House shake-up

    Trump's six-month stall sparks a White House shake-up

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    Scaramucci, a millionaire NY financier who is going through a divorce, arrived at the White House vowing to serve Trump's interest and right a badly faltering administration. Monday night, Trump even joked about firing Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in front of an address at a major Boy Scouts event if Obamacare repeal wasn't passed through Congress.
  • Son of Former Brick Mayor Dies After Jump from NYC Building

    Son of Former Brick Mayor Dies After Jump from NYC Building

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    In the woman's pocket police found a note that said something to the effect of: " Our kids are upstairs, please take care of them ". She said the Scarpelli children had no idea of their parent's financial troubles , saying none of them did and that Scarpelli appeared to love his job.
  • Sessions Thinks Trump Was 'Hurtful' But Praises Him As 'Strong Leader'

    Sessions Thinks Trump Was 'Hurtful' But Praises Him As 'Strong Leader'

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    As an Federal Bureau of Investigation director trying to get the goods on a congressman once, he ignored the law along with urgings that he correct himself from the attorney general and the president. "If the president vetoes it, as is his right, there will be a debate, but I believe it will be overridden". "As a human being, I think he should show some respect for Jeff Sessions as a person", Mr Graham said.
  • Zidane 'happy' with Madrid squad

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    Goals from Lionel Messi , Ivan Rakitic and Gerard Pique cancelled out goals from Marco Asensio and Mateo Kovacic , as Barca claimed a 3-2 win in the International Champions Cup . The Argentinian weaved his way through Madrid's defence and chipped over Keylor Navas with the aid of a deflection after just three minutes. This is what Madrid's captain had to say after the game: "I hope [he leaves]".
  • US Successfully Tests Missile-Intercept System As North Korea Tensions Rise

    US Successfully Tests Missile-Intercept System As North Korea Tensions Rise

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    Gen. Sam Greaves, Missile Defense Agency director. The test of the so-called THAAD system, which the United States wants to set up in South Korea, came two days after North Korea's second test of an ICBM. Lockheed Martin Corp, the prime contractor for the system, said it has the ability to intercept incoming missiles from both inside and outside the Earth's atmosphere.