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Yates' testimony will push the story of the Trump's campaign alleged ties to Russia back into the headlines, especially, if expected, she asserts that she warned Trump campaign officials that Flynn, the now-deposed national security adviser, was not telling the full truth about his contacts with Russian ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak.
  • My Indian wife held in Indian mission: Pak man

    My Indian wife held in Indian mission: Pak man

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    Indian officials in New Delhi said the country's mission in Islamabad was "providing necessary consular assistance" to Uzma, and was in touch with the Pakistani foreign office as well as Uzma's family in India. Pakistan's law-enforcement agencies can not enter the Indian high commission to search for Uzma without permission from the head of the Indian mission, now high commissioner Gautam Bambawale.
  • Comey Says No Regrets:

    Comey Says No Regrets: "Choice to Speak Out or Conceal"

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    James Comey on Wednesday defended his decision to announce a new investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails while staying quiet on the Trump-Russia one prior to the 2016 US elections. FBI Director James Comey told Congress that revealing the reopening of the Hillary Clinton email probe just before Election Day came down to a painful, complicated choice between "really bad" and "catastrophic" options.
  • North Korea threatens to sink USA aircraft carrier

    North Korea threatens to sink USA aircraft carrier

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    A day earlier it said the North's revolutionary forces were "combat-ready to sink the USA nuclear aircraft carrier with a single strike". State newspaper Minju Joson quoted what it called military sources as saying Washington plans to station "several nuclear carrier task forces" off the Korean peninsula this week.
  • Conspiracy being hatched by BJP through Mishra, AAP alleges

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    On being asked, the CM evaded answering where the money came from and said few things in politics can not be explained, the sacked MLA alleged. "I have said a number of times that Kejriwal is directly involved in corruption". I even had a discussion about this with Arvind Kejriwal, but he simply asked me to trust him. Earlier, as Mishra went to meet the LG at Raj Niwas, the top leadership of AAP remained huddled at Kejriwal's residence.
  • Eric Trump allegedly admitted Russians funded Trump golf courses, golf writer claims

    Eric Trump allegedly admitted Russians funded Trump golf courses, golf writer claims

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    In an interview with a Boston public radio station late last week, Dodson said Trump had told him as much about three years ago. Reached Sunday, Eric told The Post that Dodson's account is "complete garbage ". At a real estate conference in 2008, Donald Trump Jr. said his family's sprawling business enterprise is "looking all over the place, primarily Russia " to form financial relationships.
  • More Chibok Schoolgirls Freed In Militant Exchange

    More Chibok Schoolgirls Freed In Militant Exchange

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    The military source said the girls had been flown from Banki near the border with Cameroon to Maiduguri and then Abuja, where they first got a medical checkup at a police hospital before being driven in two buses to the presidential villa. The presidency announced late on Saturday that months of talks with the jihadists had "yielded results" some six months after 21 other Chibok girls were freed with the help of global mediators.
  • North Korea accuses U.S. of assassination plot against Kim Jong Un

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    Photos of the military drill, which was observed by North Korean leader Kim John-un, were released by the North Korea's state owned news agency, KCNA, on Sunday. The South Korean military regularly conducts exercises to prepare for a possible attack on North Korea, occasionally involving USA troops, such as a joint naval drill in October in which South Korean and United States naval warships practiced a theoretical attack on North Korea's nuclear facilities, as part of the country's Korea ...
  • Afghan security fires on census workers, killing 1

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    Pakistan's military on Sunday said it had killed more than 50 Afghan soldiers in a clash on a major border crossing two days earlier, a claim quickly rejected by Kabul . "Civilian casualties last year totaled 3,498 killed and 7,920 wounded, making it the deadliest year on record for civilians". The Pakistani DGMO required its Afghan counterpart that their forces stay on their side of the border and defuse the situation.
  • Freed Chibok Girls Arrive In Capital

    Freed Chibok Girls Arrive In Capital

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    According to the PDP, the terrorists will continue with their tactics believing that they can always use it to blackmail the government to release their members and to extract other concessions. Snatched in 2014, more than 80 girls were let go before this latest release, including 21 last October. Human rights groups have criticized the decision to keep the girls in custody in Abuja, almost 900 kilometres (560 miles) from Chibok.
  • Civilians complicate final phase of Mosul campaign - US commander

    Civilians complicate final phase of Mosul campaign - US commander

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    Members of the Iraqi Federal Police stand guard during clashes with Islamic State fighters at a frontline in western Mosul, Iraq May 2, 2017. There are now more than 6,000 American combat troops deployed in Iraq, but that number has been steadily increasing over the last few months - though it's unclear by how much.
  • Arab League hails Unesco resolution on Jerusalem

    Arab League hails Unesco resolution on Jerusalem

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    The Foreign Ministry is reportedly set to warn the cabinet that a minister's demand to shutter the United Nations headquarters in Jerusalem , in protest of a recent agency resolution that denies Israeli sovereignty over the capital city, would violate worldwide law.