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Warner called Comey's firing Tuesday as Federal Bureau of Investigation director "shocking" and "especially troubling". "That is not accurate", he said. It's a statement that was completely contradicted on Thursday by acting director Andrew McCabe during a hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
  • Drama in Delhi Assembly, BJP MLA Vijender Gupta marshalled out

    Drama in Delhi Assembly, BJP MLA Vijender Gupta marshalled out

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    BJP lawmaker Vijender Gupta was suspended from the special session of the Delhi Assembly for not letting the house to function for over 30 minutes by the speaker, Ram Niwas Goel. "Hence, we have demanded his removal" Gupta said. However, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has only four members in the national capital's assembly, will try to attack the AAP government on governance and other issues.
  • Kushner Kin's China Sales Pitch 'Corruption, Pure and Simple'

    Kushner Kin's China Sales Pitch 'Corruption, Pure and Simple'

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    According to CNN, Kushner Companies said about 15 per cent of its New Jersey building - a $976.4 million residential and commercial project titled One Journal Square - will be funded through the EB-5 program . Bush, agreed that Kushner should have recused himself from working on the EB-5 program. Developers tell investors "virtually nothing" about the projects they're backing, Gibson said.
  • Federal Budget 2017 to help pensioners, business

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    Morrison described his budget as making the "right choices for Australians" who are working hard to secure "better days ahead". The government's overall gross debt is heading to $606 billion within four years, which has been met with concern by business groups.
  • Watch a Perfectly Good iPhone 7 Turn into a Fidget Spinner

    Watch a Perfectly Good iPhone 7 Turn into a Fidget Spinner

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    The FSA has recently launched an effort to prevent K-12 schools in the United States from banning the use of spinners. Some may recognize the latest craze, known as fidget spinners. She points out people have been fidgeting for years ( think of the Rubik's Cube) and that chewing gum or tapping your foot might be less disruptive but just as effective in satisfying a need to fidget.
  • Garda appeal after man shot at Dublin petrol station

    Garda appeal after man shot at Dublin petrol station

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    A hit team approached the father of two and, without getting out of their 08-D black Lexus, fired a number of shots. The Hutch associate has been hiding out in Northern Ireland because of the active threat on his life and was sitting in a northern-registered Ford Mondeo when he was shot.
  • Comey's firing: Trump frustration boiled into action

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    The decision to dismiss Comey came at the recommendation of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, White House officials said. He has been covering all this closely for The New York Times . There have been calls for a special prosecutor, and evocations of the "Saturday night massacre" when Nixon found a justice official to fire his own appointed special prosecutor.
  • Russian photographer at Oval Office meeting raises alarms

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    Relations between the two former Cold War foes soured under former president Barack Obama over Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014 and its unyielding support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. "Was he fired? You're kidding, you're kidding", Lavrov said sarcastically before physically scoffing at reporters. Trump insisted that Russian Federation needs to " rein in the Assad regiime, Iran, and Iranian proxies " in Syria, which suggests his shift toward calling for regime change in Syria ...
  • Flynn documents sought by Senate panel in Russia probe

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    Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Ranking Member Mark Warner (D-Va.) said in the Wednesday statement that the subpoena was issued in response to Flynn refusing to comply with an April 28 request for the records. In announcing the subpoena, the Senate Intelligence Committee said that Flynn "declined, through counsel, to cooperate with the Committee's request", reports The Washington Post.
  • Korea, says new South leader

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    During his call with Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe, the two leaders agreed that their countries must not let their hard history hamper co-operation in dealing with North Korea's nuclear program, Moon's office said. Moon said he thinks so, too. "If needed I will fly directly to Washington". Beijing also has its own issues with Seoul. He also said he was prepared to go to Pyongyang "if the conditions are right".
  • Angela Merkel Chancellor rules out Turkish vote in Germany on death penalty

    Angela Merkel Chancellor rules out Turkish vote in Germany on death penalty

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    On May 8, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned that if Turkey went through with the reintroduction of the death penalty, it would mean the end of the country's talks on the accession to the European Union. Almost 3 million Turkish migrants live in Germany and around half are eligible to vote. Erdogan has said he will approve its reinstatement if parliament submits such a proposal or if the measure is backed in a referendum.