• Trump invites new South Korean leader to US

    Trump invites new South Korean leader to US

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    The White House said Tuesday it looks forward to working with Moon. No specific timing was set. In the run up to today's elections Moon got an unlikely boost from the delusional Trump who suggested South Koreans – who don't want THAAD in the first place – should pay the U.S.
  • Russian Media Invited Into Trump's Closed-Door Meeting With Kremlin Officials

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    Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin take the same position on the question of Russian attempts to influence our presidential election: It's all fake news. "The world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this kind of relationship", Tillerson said at the time. The Russian diplomat hadn't visited Washington at all since 2013, a year before Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region and two years before it intervened militarily in Syria to help Assad remain in power.
  • UK's Labour Party stung by early leak of election platform

    UK's Labour Party stung by early leak of election platform

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    He said the draft was the result of "the most informed, interesting, sensible discussion and debate" within the party and had been amended at Thursday's meeting, attended by senior figures from Labour and trade unions. A majority of people believe Theresa May would be a better Brexit negotiator than Jeremy Corbyn, with 58 per cent of people in the region saying they think she'll do the best job compared to 26 per cent for the Labour leader.
  • Trump Planning Visit to FBI Headquarters After Comey Firing: Spokesperson

    Trump Planning Visit to FBI Headquarters After Comey Firing: Spokesperson

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    Sanders said she thought Rosenstein, the No. 2 official at the Justice Department, was "a flawless example of what you would be looking for in terms of an independent person to come in and helm this investigation". Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) agreed with that, telling IJR, "It's self-evident that whoever the next person is has got to be beyond reproach and someone that both Republicans and Democrats have a lot of faith in".
  • Former French Prime Minister Valls plans to back Macron in June elections

    Former French Prime Minister Valls plans to back Macron in June elections

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    Mr Macron, 39, was elected France's youngest-ever president on Sunday, crushing Eurosceptic Marine Le Pen after a bruising campaign that left France's traditional parties by the wayside. Mr Rachline said Ms Le Pen will lead the opposition to Mr Macron. An estimation by research firm Elabe for BFMTV show that Macron won the presidential race with 65.9 percent of votes, while Le Pen scored 34.1 percent.
  • Senate intel panel subpoenas Michael Flynn documents

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    It is the first subpoena the committee has announced in the course of its Russian Federation investigation - a step Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., was long reticent to take. Other congressional committees and the Pentagon's inspector general are also separately examining whether Flynn was fully forthcoming about his foreign contacts and earnings from organizations linked to the governments of Russian Federation and Turkey.
  • More than 80 Chibok schoolgirls released by Boko Haram arrive in Abuja

    More than 80 Chibok schoolgirls released by Boko Haram arrive in Abuja

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    The exact nature of his illness is still unclear. This is Buhari's second visit to London in 2017 after he returned in March after spending 51 days on medical leave. Aisha Yesufu of the campaign said: "It's such a good day today". A chieftain of Progressives People's Alliance (PPA), in Enugu State, Mr Godwin Ezeemo, has lauded President Muhammadu Buhari , Red Cross and Non-Governmental Agencies for the release of 82 Chibok Girls.
  • UK Opposition's election manifesto leaked

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    The draft manifesto entitled "For the many not the few" covers a wide range of areas such as plans to renationalise the railways and the postal system, abolish the tuition fees that students at English universities now have to pay, renew the Trident submarine system, and raise taxes for the top 5% of earners.