• Nancy Pelosi calls Trump’s comments on foreign assistance appalling

    Nancy Pelosi calls Trump’s comments on foreign assistance appalling

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    President Trump dismissed the notion, saying he would consider accepting " opposition research " if a foreign figure approached him. In a ABC television interview aired on Wednesday, Trump said he would listen if a foreign government or person offered damaging information about political opponents as he seeks re-election.
  • Sudan crisis: Ousted president Bashir charged with corruption

    Sudan crisis: Ousted president Bashir charged with corruption

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    Sudan's ruling military council for the first time admitted it had ordered the June 3 dispersal of a Khartoum protest sit-in that left dozens dead and hundreds wounded. The health ministry has put the death toll at 61. Gen Shams Eddin Kabashi did not elaborate at a news conference late on Thursday beyond saying the alleged offences were "painful and outrageous".
  • More than 600 US Companies Ask Trump to Lift Tariffs on China

    More than 600 US Companies Ask Trump to Lift Tariffs on China

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    And Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on another $ 300 billion in Chinese imports. A Walmart store logo is seen on the building of a Walmart Supercenter in Rosemead, California on May 23, 2019. In early May, Washington increased levies from 10% to 25% on $200 billion worth of Chinese products, leading Beijing to retaliate with duties of 5% to 25% on $60 billion of USA goods.
  • Trump inadvertently reveals more of US-Mexico migrant deal

    Trump inadvertently reveals more of US-Mexico migrant deal

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    Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said Mexico had 45 days to show it was able to stem the flow of US-bound migrants by strengthening its southern border. Taking questions alongside President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador at a news conference, Ebrard said Mexico was accelerating deployment of its National Guard, a militarized police force, along the border with Guatemala and that migrants entering Mexico would have to register with authorities.
  • Now de Blasio is calling for Donald Trump's impeachment

    Now de Blasio is calling for Donald Trump's impeachment

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    Trump's been on a tear against Pelosi for days, ever since she reportedly said behind closed doors that she wanted to see Trump in prison. "It was an invitation to hostile foreign governments to find information on American leaders and give it to Donald Trump to help Donald Trump ", de Blasio said.
  • Press Secretary Sarah Sanders WH This Month

    Press Secretary Sarah Sanders WH This Month

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    The issue of briefings came up in person when Sanders spoke with reporters about her departure. While Sanders proved a more effective and composed carrier of President Donald Trump's message than Spicer, she maintained the administration's publicly antagonistic approach to reporters and regularly ran afoul of the facts.
  • Timelapse of Hungary boat wreckage being pulled out

    Timelapse of Hungary boat wreckage being pulled out

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    It was the worst disaster on Europe's longest river in half a century. "The local population has been informed of these searches so they can inform authorities if they find any bodies on the banks of the river", the Serbian interior ministry said in a statement.
  • Trump says more to come in U.S.-Mexico deal despite denials

    Trump says more to come in U.S.-Mexico deal despite denials

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    He now had full confidence that they "want to get the job properly done". Mexico rejected this demand, which would have forced the Mexican government to accept numerous migrants detained trying to enter the United States by making them submit their asylum claims in Mexico rather than with USA authorities.
  • Mexico Deploying Troops to Border With Guatemala

    Mexico Deploying Troops to Border With Guatemala

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    But Mexico faces huge pressure to deliver immediate results at the US-Mexican border. Ebrard said Mexico had agreed to consider a change in its legislation during talks with U.S. The country will also work toward dismantling "human smuggling and trafficking organizations as well as their illicit financial and transportation networks".
  • Blues' Ryan O'Reilly wins Conn Smythe Trophy

    Blues' Ryan O'Reilly wins Conn Smythe Trophy

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    You can get this shirt in women's sizes and youth sizes , too. The Blues went ahead at the end of the first period on goals from O'Reilly and Pietrangelo about three minutes apart. If you're the Bruins, there isn't a whole lot you can say about Game 7. Boston seemed to fall apart defensively late in the period. As we wait for those National Hockey League final numbers, check out this very Stanley Cup and very Canadian moment by that Ontario-born Ryan O'Reilly after last night's ...
  • UK Signs Julian Assange’s US Extradition Papers

    UK Signs Julian Assange’s US Extradition Papers

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    After that, assuming a district judge (full-time professional magistrate) OKs the extradition, Javid himself will make the final decision on whether or not to send the one-time chief WikiLeaker to America, as UK.gov's website explains . London's High Court ruled he should be extradited in March 2011. A journalists union in his native Australia has called on the government to defend Assange.