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The page that displayed the 2015 statement used to read , in part, "Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on". They said there's no legitimate basis for restricting visitors from the six countries: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The scope of Trump's revamped ban, signed in early March, was reduced from his original January effort, which blocked ...
  • Donald Trump to meet Pope Francis neglecting the differences

    Donald Trump to meet Pope Francis neglecting the differences

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    With Trump looking to broker a Mideast peace deal, he does not want to appear too biased in favor of Israel, which could be implied if his visit were to coincide with Israel's marking of the Six Day War, the report said. It sends a strong signal to Israel and the world about Trump's willingness to work on peace between the Israelis and Palestinians. Trump on Wednesday hosted Abbas at the White House, and pledged to help solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict without mentioning support for ...
  • Facebook is hiring 3000 employees to filter out violent content

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    The additional staff will join the 4,500 existing people to review the millions of reports Facebook gets every week. The 3,000 workers will be new positions and will monitor all Facebook content, not just live videos, the company said. On Facebook, a video, picture or any other piece of content reaches the review team after it is reported by users for flouting its "community guidelines".
  • Sheriff's Office searching for two missing people

    Sheriff's Office searching for two missing people

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    A full out search by air and land is underway for Madeline, a young lady who relatives say radiated kindness and always finds best qualities in everyone. The last confirmed contact with Flannigan was on May 2 in the Kalispell area. Officials said Corey Michael Flannigan, 26, was driving a stolen vehicle that was found crashed in Rose Crossing before he was reported missing.
  • President open to war games with China in Sulu

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    The final draft of the statement drew headlines for removing reference to legal and diplomatic processes, interpreted by China to refer to an global tribunal ruling regarding Chinese military activity in the region, at Beijing's behest. The Philippines' chairmanship comes less than a year after Manila won a case against Beijing over the South China Sea, parts of which the Philippines claims as the West Philippine Sea.
  • Trump in-laws promote thorny visa-for-sale program in China

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    Kushner's sister Nicole Kushner Meyer was in Beijing Saturday, seeking $150 million in investment in a luxury apartment complex project in New Jersey, according to USA media reports . Bi said Kushner's sister Meyer spoke for more than 10 minutes, describing the history of the Kushner family and the highlights of the project. If the Trump administration sees it through, lawmakers would have an opportunity to see the effects before taking any further legislative action.
  • Alarm about Russian blackmail led to warning on Flynn: Yates

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    Who else in the White House knew that Flynn wasn't telling the truth. "Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. White House spokesman Sean Spicer, responding to the reports, told a news briefing: "It's true that the president, President Obama, made it known that he wasn't exactly a fan of Gen.
  • Theresa May 'taking nothing for granted' despite local elections triumph

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    Finance spokesman John McDonnell described the results as tough, but "it hasn't been the wipe-out that some people predicted or the polls predicted". Tim Farron's party risked angering wealthier pensioners, though, with a plan to ditch the winter fuel payment for over-65s with incomes of more than about £45,000 - at a cost of up to £300 a year for 600,000 people.
  • White House: Obama Wasn't a Fan of Flynn

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    Yates, originally appointed by former Democratic President Barack Obama's administration, said she feared Moscow could try to blackmail Flynn because it also knew he was not being truthful about conversations with Ambassador Sergei Kislyak about USA sanctions on Moscow.