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Trump on Wednesday appeared to tout Mueller's remarks as an exoneration of his name , writing on Twitter: "Nothing changes from the Mueller report ". Trump has called the investigation a " witch hunt ". Mueller and Barr have been at odds over the attorney general's handling of the special counsel's report on Russia's interference in the 2016 election and the possibility that Republican candidate Donald Trump's campaign cooperated with the Russians' efforts to help him win.
  • Man killed in shark attack off Hawaii's Maui island

    Man killed in shark attack off Hawaii's Maui island

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    He died at the scene after the attack at Kaanapali Beach after being brought back to shore on a jet ski. "I saw some blood on his stomach and then I got looking a little bit more and his wrist, it looked like the skin on his wrist was just torn off".
  • Clarence Thomas Exposes Abortion as Part of Eugenics

    Clarence Thomas Exposes Abortion as Part of Eugenics

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    A similar fetal burial law from Minnesota was upheld by a federal appeals court in 1990 but the in law and another like it in Texas, enacted in 2016, have been struck down by the courts. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide, the ruling gave anti-abortion proponents a victory at the Supreme Court, which soon may have to decide whether various state laws violate the rights recognized in that landmark ruling.
  • Mahdi warns of 'danger of war' as Zarif visits Baghdad

    Mahdi warns of 'danger of war' as Zarif visits Baghdad

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    Speaking about the rising tensions, Zarif says Iran will be able to "face the war, whether it is economic or military through the steadfastness and its forces". Last December, Trump announced the withdrawal of 2,000 USA troops from Syria. "The Gulf countries have been calling for normal relations with their neighbors for years, but their calls have fallen on deaf ears on the Iranian side", Hamdan Al-Shehri, a political analyst and worldwide relations scholar, said.
  • Imran Khan not Invited for Modi Swearing-in Ceremony

    Imran Khan not Invited for Modi Swearing-in Ceremony

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    India will not invite Prime Minister Imran Khan to Thursday's swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi , who starts his second term as India's prime minister, sources said. However, invitation to BIMSTEC leaders for the event on Thursday is seen as an attempt to send a signal to Pakistan that India is not willing to engage with it.
  • Trump presses Japan over trade gap

    Trump presses Japan over trade gap

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    The president also contradicted his own National Security Adviser John Bolton , who had said over the weekend that North Korea's recent tests were "no doubt" a violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions. "We're looking for no nuclear weapons". Trump's meeting with the new emperor and his wife, Empress Masako, was preceded by a grand outdoor welcome ceremony at Japan's Imperial Palace, where Trump walked solo across red carpets, reviewing Japanese troops as the guest of honor.
  • Japanese man dies on plane with 246 cocaine wraps in stomach

    Japanese man dies on plane with 246 cocaine wraps in stomach

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    According to prosecutors, the results of an autopsy revealed that the man went into cardiac arrest and died as a result of a drug overdose. The plane was then forced to make an emergency landing in Mexico . The prosecutor's office said other passengers reported seeing the man convulsing as the jetliner headed for Narita. Illegal drugs are often carried by individuals - known as "mules" - either inside or on their person as part of the worldwide drug trade.
  • Magnitude-8 earthquake strikes Amazon jungle in Peru

    Magnitude-8 earthquake strikes Amazon jungle in Peru

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    Reuters reported that the impact of the quake - the biggest to hit the country since 2007 - was felt even in neighbouring Ecuador and Colombia. The quake, at a moderate depth of 68 miles struck at 2.41am, 50 miles southeast of the village of Lagunas and 98 miles northeast of the larger town of Yurimaguas.
  • Search resumes for missing 5-year-old Logan girl

    Search resumes for missing 5-year-old Logan girl

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    Whipple, 21, had visited the family home the night before and was reportedly last seen around 2am as well. Police started searching for Whipple after Elizabeth's parents said she might be with him. It quoted a staff member as saying that Whipple had come into the store alone about 1:30 p.m. Saturday looking "disheveled, like he had been on a binge of some kind".
  • British climber who warned of Everest overcrowding dies during climb

    British climber who warned of Everest overcrowding dies during climb

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    More than 200 mountaineers have died on the peak since 1922, when the first climbers' deaths on Everest were recorded. "Death. Carnage. Chaos" is how he described things on Instagram . "Lineups. Dead bodies on the route and in tents at camp 4". "I think some people really don't know how to pass safely ... and some people get summit fever", Ms Bradey told 1 NEWS.