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Representative Devin Nunes, a Republican, earlier on Thursday stepped aside from the congressional inquiry into Russian meddling in the USA presidential election because he is under investigation for disclosing classified information. As an American, I'm pretty anxious. "We aren't going to let somebody sitting in the Kremlin, with bots and trolls, try to mix up our election". "As a person, I'm okay", she said.
  • Turkey says tests confirm sarin used in Syria attack

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    The United States blamed President Bashar Assad's government and launched almost 60 cruise missiles on Friday at the Shayrat air base in the central province of Homs, where it claims the attack originated. An Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) fact-finding mission is already investigating the attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in a rebel-held area of northern Syria.
  • Erdogan sends Passover greetings to Turkey's Jews

    Erdogan sends Passover greetings to Turkey's Jews

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    Jews throughout the world as families and communities observe and participate in a ritual prayer meal known as a Seder . According to Herbie Ziskend, another former staffer who helped found the White House Seder , Obama saw common themes in the Jewish story of Exodus and the US civil rights movement, a connection they often discussed around the table.
  • Australian uranium to arrive soon

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    Past year two-way trade in goods and services was almost $20 billion, more than double what it was a decade ago. The prime minister mentioned that among the things Australia and India have in common are a cultural, intellectual and sporting engagement, converging political, economic and strategic interests and a solid foundation of shared democratic values.
  • West Indies, Pakistan square off in decider match at Guyana

    West Indies, Pakistan square off in decider match at Guyana

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    Shoaib Malik made his ninth one-day global century as Pakistan inflicted more misery on West Indies with a six-wicket victory to seal the series 2-1 in Guyana on Tuesday. Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, who stood out with the ball, bowled only three deliveries to Imad, making this battle a mouth-watering affair in third and final match.
  • Trump threatens NK: 'We will solve the problem'

    Trump threatens NK: 'We will solve the problem'

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    Trump indicated a favorable trade deal could await China if they stepped up pressure on North Korea; however, Trump also appeared ready to reign in the provocative nation on his own. Trump had also said that North Korea was "behaving very badly" and accused China of doing little to resolve the crisis over the North's weapons programme.
  • Russian Federation knew in advance of Syrian chemical attack, United States official says

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    Speaking to The Sun about the USA action, Mr Johnson said: "Crucially - they could do so again". The meeting was hastily organized after a chemical weapons attack that prompted the U.S.to launch airstrikes against Syria's military. "President Trump evaluated the facts, that the attacks occurred on his watch, and [as he] reflected upon prior responses or lack of responses, he came to the conclusion that we can not yet again turn away, turn a blind eye from what's happened".
  • North Korea Ready to Respond to US Military Actions

    North Korea Ready to Respond to US Military Actions

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    In an interview with the Financial Times last week , U.S. President Donald Trump said he was willing to go it alone when it came to North Korea. North Korea and the rich, democratic South are technically still at war because their 1950-53 conflict ended in a truce, not a peace treaty.
  • G-7 ministers appeal to Russia on Syria but reject sanctions

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    A key focus since the chemical attack has been on increasing pressure on Russia, Assad's strongest ally, which has used its own military to prop up Assad in Syria. The official said it still isn't clear who was flying the jet that bombed the hospital, because the Syrians also fly Russian-made aircraft. "Nothing has changed in our posture", he said by email.
  • Tillerson says it's clear Assad rule of Syria 'coming to an end'

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    At the two-day meeting, which started on Monday in Lucca, central Italy, the leaders of the United States and Britain expressed their intention to incorporate additional sanctions against Russian Federation for supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime in a joint statement to be adopted by the G-7 leaders on Tuesday.
  • African migrants seeking Europe sold as 'slaves' for $200

    African migrants seeking Europe sold as 'slaves' for $200

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    SC's fate was different. Migrants from West Africa are being openly traded in "public slave markets " across Libya. The International Organization for Migration ( IOM ) is sounding the alarm today after its staff in Niger and Libya documented over the past weekend shocking testimonies of trafficking victims from several African nations, including Nigeria, Ghana and the Gambia.