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To celebrate the DOJ's draconian new guidance, Sessions took a trip to the border town of Nogales, Arizona. Sessions had a warning for those who continue to seek unlawful entry into this country: "This is a new era". Invoking unusually severe language in the written version of his announcement, Sessions proclaimed, "It is here, on this sliver of land, where we first take our stand against this filth".
  • Iran foreign minister says U.S. must meet own obligations for nuclear deal

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    US President Donald Trump made contradictory promises during the campaign as to what his policy would be toward Iran, but a couple of times vowed to dismantle the accord, if elected. He said in July 2015 that "Iran is going to receive a sure path to nuclear weapons". At the time, officials stressed that a violation of the UN Security Council resolution on Iranian ballistic missile activity would not impact the Iran nuclear deal.
  • Pence: US not seeking North Korea negotiations

    Pence: US not seeking North Korea negotiations

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    Pence is announcing the presidential trip after meeting in Jakarta with ASEAN officials. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence waves before leaving for Japan, at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, Tuesday, April 18, 2017. And while the tensions with North Korea have dominated Pence's trip, the goal of it is to promote USA trade in the region. Trump's new strategy involves engaging with North Korea's neighbors to bring an end to their pursuit of nuclear weapons, Pence said.
  • UK Parliament approves early general election

    UK Parliament approves early general election

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    She said that waiting until 2020 would mean the " most sensitive" part of the two-year Brexit negotiations would come during the run-up to an election. Like nearly everyone else in Britain, the election announcement caught financial markets off guard, amid concerns of the economic implications of Brexit.
  • McNuggets order led police to Facebook killer

    McNuggets order led police to Facebook killer

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    Calls are growing for the heroic McDonald's workers who trapped the Facebook killer Steve Stephens at a drive-thru to get the $50,000 reward for his capture. The McDonald's employees tried to "buy some time for the cops" by telling Stephens his fries were delayed, but he said he had no time to wait and drove off, according to DuCharme.
  • Pence visits youth baseball players in Japan

    Pence visits youth baseball players in Japan

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    Mike Pence said USA intentions remained unwavering in the face of the threat posed by the reclusive North Korea. Pence pointed to reports of China turning away coal exports from North Korea as an example of the new U.S. "And I share that vision and that impatience". "Pence insisted that the U.S.is finished with the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement". His plane touched down Tuesday at the USA military's Atsugi base outside Tokyo.
  • United Kingdom lawmakers overwhelmingly back June election

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    Rejecting the PM's claim that an election is needed to prevent disunity at Westminster undermining a Brexit deal, Mr Corbyn said: "There is no obstacle to the Government negotiating, but, instead of getting on with the job, she is painting herself as the prisoner of the Liberal Democrats ".
  • Back to the ballot box: UK lawmakers back June 8 election

    Back to the ballot box: UK lawmakers back June 8 election

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    For Michael Hewson, an analyst at CMC Markets, the elections could also help May by "diluting the influence of the more extreme elements of her own party on the Brexit process". "Brexit isn't just about the letter that says we want to leave". "Core voters in the north who voted for Brexit are not convinced, and metropolitan liberal voters aren't convinced by that either", political expert and author Eliza Filby told AFP.
  • Lions head coach Warren Gatland dismisses national bias over Scottish omissions

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    Here's hoping that we can play together". If there was heartache for Hartley, there was set to be uproar in Scotland. Despite winning three games in the Six Nations for their performance in more than a decade and moving up to fifth in the world rankings, the Scots had only two representatives in the Lions squad - fullback Stuart Hogg and winger Tommy Seymour.
  • May and Corbyn hit campaign trail as MPs back election

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    The Prime Minister said "I believe in campaigns where politicians actually get out and about and meet with voters". Jeremy Corbyn lionized the Labour Party as being the only party that is focussed on living wages, debt, child poverty, and a severely beleaguered National Health System.