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We asked him to describe the UK's relationship with the ECJ (a.k.a. CJEU). "There will be divergence between the case law of the European Union and the United Kingdom, and it is precisely because there will be that divergence as we take back control that it makes sense for the United Kingdom to keep half an eye on the case law of the European Union, and for the European Union to keep half an eye on the case law of the United Kingdom".
  • Protesters thank Gov. Greitens for halting execution

    Protesters thank Gov. Greitens for halting execution

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    Williams also sold Gayle's laptop after her murder, and officers found more of her items in a auto he used the day of the murder. "These scratches would leave DNA traces on the victim, but Williams' DNA was not found underneath the victim's fingernails, just like it was someone else's DNA that was found on the murder weapon", Gipson told Al-Jazeera.
  • Iraq urges ISIL to surrender amid Tal Afar operation

    Iraq urges ISIL to surrender amid Tal Afar operation

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    A senior Iraqi commander, who was once mayor of Tal Afar, estimates there to be between 1,500 and 2,000 militants and their family members left in the city. In early July the Iraqi authorities have officially announced victory against IS in Mosul. By early afternoon on Sunday , Lieutenant General Abdul-Amir Rasheed Yar Allah, who commands the operation, said the forces had recaptured a series of villages east, south-west and north-west of the town.
  • Malegaon Blast Accused Shrikant Purohit Granted Bail, Reinstated in the Indian Army

    Malegaon Blast Accused Shrikant Purohit Granted Bail, Reinstated in the Indian Army

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    Opposing Lieutenant Colonel Purohit's bail plea, the NIA argued that the Bombay High court order should be upheld by the apex court . In its conclusion, the apex court said, "The appellant herein, who was at the relevant time an intelligence officer of the Indian Army, has refuted the claim of conspiracy on the ground of intelligence inputs, which he informed his superiors".
  • United States seeks renegotiation of South Korean trade deal

    United States seeks renegotiation of South Korean trade deal

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    The two sides found they had different views on the impact of the free trade deal and could not reach any agreement during the talks, he added. The Trump administration wants to renegotiate trade terms regarding cars and steel because the two sectors are where the US has significant deficits, said Rajiv Biswas, IHS Markit's Asia Pacific chief economist.
  • Trump's campaign rally in Arizona survives Charlottesville fallout

    Trump's campaign rally in Arizona survives Charlottesville fallout

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    The area has seen an 82 percent decrease in illegal entries since 2007 after a fence was installed. None of the officials would agree to be identified by name. Gov. Doug Ducey, a Trump supporter, was expected to greet Trump upon his arrival in Phoenix , but will not attend the rally to focus on safety needs, his spokesman said.
  • We have won the fight, say Muslim women

    We have won the fight, say Muslim women

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    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today welcomed the Supreme court decision to declare Triple Talaq as "unconstitutional".Mr Gandhi also congratulated the women who fought for justice."Welcome the Supreme Court decision setting aside instant #TripleTalaq ".
  • North Korea Directs More Rhetoric Towards US About 'War Games'

    North Korea Directs More Rhetoric Towards US About 'War Games'

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    The new restrictions seek to further reduce the flow of money to North Korea's weapons development, which is partially financed by selling coal and other natural resources. "The current situation on the Korean peninsula is highly sensitive and fragile, which requires the directly concerned parties including South Korea and United States to make joint efforts to ease the tensions", Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said.
  • Tornado Watch Issued; Severe Thunderstorms Threaten Northeast and Ohio Valley Tuesday

    Tornado Watch Issued; Severe Thunderstorms Threaten Northeast and Ohio Valley Tuesday

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    A flash flood emergency was issued for the Kansas City metro area where numerous water rescues and evacuations took place. The National Weather Service canceled a Tornado Watch for all of Western New York. As we head into Tuesday afternoon a strong cold front will approach Western New York and bring thunderstorms to the region. By that time, storms should be weakening, but gusty winds and lightning are still possible.
  • Submarine Owner Says Missing Journalist 'Buried At Sea'

    Submarine Owner Says Missing Journalist 'Buried At Sea'

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    When Wall did not come home, her boyfriend contacted the police and reported her missing. Madsen has been charged with negligent manslaughter and police believe he deliberately sank the submarine. Swedish daily Aftonbladet quoted a letter from Wall's family on Friday "pleading for help from the public" about her whereabouts. Mr Madsen, an entrepreneur, artist, submarine builder and aerospace engineer, went before a judge on Saturday for preliminary questioning.