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The Duke of Sussex spent time in a de-mining field outside Dirico, Angola , with the HALO Trust , which has worked to clear Angola of mines following its civil war. Angola is still home to hundreds of thousands of landmines, according to Halo Trust. She said about meeting Harry: 'This is a long story and this is a attractive story because I've come out of the province to meet Diana's son, so this is putting the focus on all of us who have physical disabilities.
  • Boris Johnson faces backlash over 'dangerous' language

    Boris Johnson faces backlash over 'dangerous' language

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    But the European Union says London's ideas so far - on food and animal checks, customs and regulatory controls, checks on manufactured goods and market surveillance, among others - fall short and are not acceptable as alternatives. Mrs Cox's widower, Brendan Cox, has said he felt "a bit sick" at the way her name was being used. "Words like collaborationist, traitor, betrayal, my brother using words like surrender, capitulation, as if the people who are standing in the way of the blessed ...
  • Attacking India is not an option, says PM Imran Khan

    Attacking India is not an option, says PM Imran Khan

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    The MoU was signed on the sidelines of Modi's meeting with CEO's of the energy sector in Houston city. "Thus if you want to invest in urbanisation, come to India", he said . However, both sides have continued to discuss issues and trade negotiators are hoping for a breakthrough by Thursday, they added . In this journey, we want to partner with the global business community.
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    European Union is "in no way responsible" for Brexit consequences, Juncker says

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    But what you might want to do is ensure that the United Kingdom, whole and entire, was able in future to diverge from European Union law if it had to. If the two sides revert to World Trade Organisation trading rules, the likely outcome of a disorderly Brexit, the groups warned that the necessary tariffs will add £5.7 billion to the EU-Britain vehicle trade bill.
  • Mission impossible? Why Netanyahu, asked to form a coalition, isn't smiling

    Mission impossible? Why Netanyahu, asked to form a coalition, isn't smiling

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    Netanyahu's Likud party slightly trailed former military chief Benny Gantz's Blue and White in the September 17 election, but he had the slimmest lead when factions were asked to recommend their choice for premier. The prime minister said he offered Gantz "joint leadership, a government of parity, a government with different interesting arrangements that [Rivlin] brought up", such as Netanyahu going on an extended break if he's indicted on corruption charges.
  • Acting DNI threatened to resign if prevented from testifying freely before congress

    Acting DNI threatened to resign if prevented from testifying freely before congress

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    Sanders says: "Today, I hope very much that the Judiciary Committee will go forward with an impeachment inquiry ". The precise content of the whistleblower's complaint has not been made public. While the president is largely immune from the federal statues and ethics rules that govern the behavior of executive branch officials, Congress is able to apply comparable scrutiny of the president through its inherent authority as a co-equal branch of government.
  • Turkey's President raises Kashmir issue at UNGA

    Turkey's President raises Kashmir issue at UNGA

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    But Modi also drew Trump into offering tacit support for the Indian leader's moves to expand his country's authority over the parts of Kashmir it controls. "These are people who support terrorism and nurture terrorism". "You know who they are". Khan said that for the almost 13 months that he has been prime minister, he has sought peace with Afghanistan.
  • Meghan Markle emulates Princess Diana in South Africa

    Meghan Markle emulates Princess Diana in South Africa

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    On Tuesday, Harry and Meghan danced with a group of mentors who teach vulnerable youngsters from townships to swim and surf, before visiting South Africa's oldest mosque in the mainly Muslim suburb of Bo-Kaap. Everything you need to know about Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and her new life as part of the British royal family. Desmond Tutu kissed royal baby Archie Harrison on the forehead.
  • Where do 2020 candidates stand on Trump impeachment?

    Where do 2020 candidates stand on Trump impeachment?

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    Democrats have questioned whether Trump improperly used his office to pressure the Ukrainian president to investigate political rival Joe Biden's family. Calls for impeachment intensified after the latest disclosures, which come on top of multiple congressional investigations into Trump's alleged attempts to collude with Russian Federation, obstruction of justice, and profiteering from his office.