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Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper (L) and former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates are sworn in prior to testifying before a Senate Judiciary Committee. The president made no mention of the fact that Flynn was sacked by the Obama administration in 2014. It was also reported Monday that President Obama warned Mr.
  • Israel claims to show video of hunger-striker eating

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    The initiative was reconfirmed at the recent Arab League summit. Police spokeswoman Luba Samri said a knife was recovered from the scene together with a farewell letter from the teenager to her family quoting a verse from the Koran that signed off with the word "shahida" - Arabic for martyr.
  • Why Macron Won The French Presidential Race

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    Mr Wahnicht thinks in particular of Xavier Bertrand, president of the Haut de France region (in the North) and former minister of Nicolas Sarkozy. I want Emmanuel Macron, his government and his majority to succeed, for France. Sylvie Goulard, a French deputy to the European Parliament, said Macron would make Berlin his first official visit, with perhaps a stop to see French troops stationed overseas as well.
  • USA soldier death in Somalia is first there since 1993

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    USA forces were conducting an advise-and-assist mission about 40 miles west of Mogadishu , Somalia's capital, with members of the Somali National Army when the group came under attack in the middle of the night. A Somali soldier patrols next to the burnt-out wreckage of a auto that was used by suspected al-Shabab fighters on April 16, 2017. "Senior Chief Kyle Milliken embodied the warrior spirit and toughness infused in our very best Navy SEALs", said Naval Special Warfare Commander Rear ...
  • UNESCO Approves Resolution Denying Israeli Claims to Jerusalem

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    On Tuesday, UNESCO passed a resolution that criticises Israel over its continuing archaeological excavations in East Jerusalem's Old City. In a tweet, Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahson described the Swedish explanation as "a masterpiece of hypocrisy, playing skillfully with nasty anti-Israel propaganda".
  • Erdogan threatens more strikes on Syrian Kurds

    Erdogan threatens more strikes on Syrian Kurds

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    Tensions rose Saturday along the Turkish-Syrian border as both Turkey and the United States moved armored vehicles to the region and Turkey's leader once again demanded that the United States stop supporting Syrian Kurdish militants there.
  • Thousands demonstrate against new French president Macron

    Thousands demonstrate against new French president Macron

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    Macron has said he wants continued intelligence-sharing with the United States and cooperation at the United Nations and hopes to persuade Trump not to pull the USA out of a global accord fighting climate change. Her desire to free France from the European Union and the shared euro currency contrasted with his argument that both are essential for the future of Europe's third-largest economy.
  • Pak claims 50 Afghan soldiers killed in border clashes

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    The two sides agreed to conduct a survey of the "controversial" Killi Jahangir and Killi Luqman villages after the Pakistani and Afghan experts of the geological survey briefed the meeting on the matter. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) supply line, Afghan transit trade and pedestrian locomotion between Pakistan and Afghanistan, all are suspended.
  • Leader of ISIS in Afghanistan killed in April raid, Pentagon says

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    Dozens of Islamic State fighters were killed over the weekend by the Afghan air force making a string of gains in the same area where USA forces helped take out the region's ISIS boss, the government announced on Monday. "AFG Special Forces hunted down the leader of IS in Afghanistan; big success for our heroes", he tweeted . Fifty US Army rangers and 40 Afghan commandos were dropped by helicopter into Nangarhar Province, within a mile or so of the site where the United Statesdropped ...
  • Afghan air force pounds area after death of IS commander

    Afghan air force pounds area after death of IS commander

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    Abdul Hasib, the head of Islamic State's (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) faction in Afghanistan, was killed on April 27, the USA military confirmed on Sunday, according to Reuters . The two Rangers were killed in eastern Nangarhar province, near the same area the U.S. Air Force dropped the 21,600-pound Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb on April 13.
  • China's President Xi says to uphold global climate deal

    China's President Xi says to uphold global climate deal

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    The negotiations due to last until May 18 will also prepare for the annual climate change summit in November. The White House postponed a meeting that had been planned Tuesday to discuss whether to withdraw from the Paris deal that Trump has said he would "cancel" _ or find a way to back away from emissions targets set by the Obama administration.
  • India's top court upholds death sentences for gang-rape attackers

    India's top court upholds death sentences for gang-rape attackers

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    The Delhi Supreme Court gave its final judgment. Outside the courtroom, the victim's father praised the judges' ruling . Himanshi Singh, 22, who is part of the criminal justice clinic at Azim Premji University, expressed doubts on whether the death penalty would serve to make a difference in society or just served to pacify the collective conscience of the nation.