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The news comes a day after Mr Trump hosted Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas at the White House, where he promised to facilitate a peace deal with Israel. White House officials told NBC that while in Saudi Arabia Trump will meet Arab leaders from across the Middle East to discuss peace in the region and cutting funding to the Islamic State militant group (ISIS).
  • Ted Cruz Sally Yates Fight Over Trump Travel Ban

    Ted Cruz Sally Yates Fight Over Trump Travel Ban

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    Counsel", he wrote, originally misspelling "counsel" and later correcting it. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and her overall sense of calm in dealing with men trying to shut her down. And, importantly, they do not look beyond the face of the executive order, for example, at statements that are made contemporaneously or prior to the execution of the E.O.
  • Pakistan says inflicted heavy losses on Afghan border forces

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    Pakistan inherited its 2,400-km (1,500-mile) border with its western neighbour when it gained independence from British Empire in 1947. According to local residents, dozens of shells slammed into nearby villages, as well as close to the regional headquarters of Pakistan's paramilitary forces.
  • Appeals court hears arguments on President Trump's revised travel ban

    Appeals court hears arguments on President Trump's revised travel ban

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    People protest outside the federal courthouse in Richmond, Va ., Monday, May 8, 2017 . Acting U.S. Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall argued in a federal appeals court in Richmond, Virginia on Monday that President Donald Trumps travel ban executive order was about national security, not discriminating against Muslims.
  • After presidency, Parliament: Macron faces new battle

    After presidency, Parliament: Macron faces new battle

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    Emmanuel Macron, a pro-European centrist and a globalist, who was seen as an outsider in the French election, has won emphatically by getting 66.06% of the votes to become the country´s youngest president hitherto. respect for the commitments made on development and the fight against global warming". He has previously said he would like to appoint a woman. Hollande, who launched Macron's political career by appointing him as an advisor before appointing him to the cabinet, greeted him ...
  • For over a year, serial killing suspect went undiscovered

    For over a year, serial killing suspect went undiscovered

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    They had a clear mission: "Get the killer to justice and get it right". "Tips from within our own community led us to a possible suspect", said [Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams], adding that the investigation has included everything from witness statements to ballistics to surveillance videos.
  • United Nations chief seeks early meeting with France's Macron

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    Conceding defeat, far right Marine Le Pen ironically sounded more victorious as she declared the birth of a "new political force" in France. Jean-Luc Melenchon-the left-wing populist who some have compared to Sen. on a range of issues in Africa and take a primary role". "It's essential to liberate sectors of our economy, but at the same time to provide protections for all".
  • Tillerson Calls For Pressure Against North Korea

    Tillerson Calls For Pressure Against North Korea

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    In the CBS interview , the president was asked why the North's rockets keep blowing up. 'A lot of people, I'm sure, tried to take that power away, whether it was his uncle or anybody else. It would mark the Vinson's second operation in South Korean waters in less than two months, an unusual move that comes amid military tensions in Korea.
  • Trump brings in hope for solving Israeli-Palestine conflict

    Trump brings in hope for solving Israeli-Palestine conflict

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    However, he stopped short of explicitly re-committing the USA administration to a two-state solution to the decades-old conflict. The US president, who was expected to be far tougher on the Palestinians than his predecessor Barack Obama , could hardly have been more warm, gracious and welcoming.
  • Comey says Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into leaks to Rudy Giuliani

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    He also said he felt "mildly nauseous" to think he affected the final results of elections, as Clinton and many Democrats believe, arguing that politics can't influence the FBI's decision-making. Trump had previously expressed confidence in Comey and said he had no plan to fire him. USA intelligence agencies in December accused Russian-backed hackers of interfering in the election to tarnish Clinton and the Democratic Party in a bid boost Trump's chances of victory.
  • Afghanistan Forces Eliminate Head of Daesh in Country

    Afghanistan Forces Eliminate Head of Daesh in Country

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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 US forces helped take out the region's ISIS boss, the government announced on Monday. It is said to maintain contact with Islamic State , but operates with considerable independence. General John Nicholson , the Commander of U.S.
  • United Kingdom asked to send more troops to Afghanistan

    United Kingdom asked to send more troops to Afghanistan

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    US forces have been fighting in Afghanistan for 16 years, most recently along the Pakistan border against pockets of Islamic State militants and in the southern Helmand province against a resurgent Taliban. The U.S. has been in Afghanistan since 2001, when American troops overthrew the Taliban regime that was in power at the time. "NATO needs to contribute the majority of the forces", the official said on the condition of anonymity.