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While the administration downplayed the threat, a senior administration official acknowledged that the White House had been misled about the role of the Russian photographer, who was actually employed by a state-run news agency. Trump also tweeted that he met with Russian officials as well as the Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pvalo Klimkin on Wednesday, and said that he wants to spread peace.
  • Japan says N. Korea may have tested new missile

    Japan says N. Korea may have tested new missile

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    Yonhap news agency reported the projectile launched appeared to be a ballistic missile. Japan also lodged protest to North Korea over the missile launch through the Japanese Embassy in Beijing. US President Donald Trump called for tougher sanctions on North Korea. Past North Korean missiles have flown farther than Sunday's test, landing closer to Japan, but this launch follows a series of high-profile failures.
  • Russian Federation investigation issues subpoena for Flynn

    Russian Federation investigation issues subpoena for Flynn

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    On Tuesday, Trump fired FBI Director James Comey in a move that drew criticism from Democrats who accused the U.S. president of attempting to abort the investigation into Russian involvement in the elections. Yates also cited the possibility that Flynn could have broken federal law by operating as a paid foreign agent for the Turkish client without USA government permission.
  • Spurs' Kawhi Leonard (ankle) to play Game 1 vs. Warriors

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    Back in 2013, the Spurs were the second seed again while the Warriors were the sixth seed. While the Warriors are the unquestioned favorites in the series, a healthy Leonard will at least give the Spurs a puncher's chance against the two-time defending Western Conference champions.
  • Japan Hopes for Collaboration With Russia, China Over N. Korean Issue - PM

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    It added that the new launch should serve as a call for stronger sanctions against North Korea. Japanese officials, however, said the missile flew for about 30 minutes, traveling about 800 kilometers (500 miles) and reaching an altitude of 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles) - a flight pattern that could indicate a new type of missile.
  • The Pope proclaimed saints two children

    The Pope proclaimed saints two children

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    Officials expect around 1 million people to attend the ceremony. Confirmed in this hope, we have gathered here to give thanks for the countless graces bestowed over these past hundred years. Fatima has always been associated with St. John Paul II, given that the Polish-born pope credited the Virgin Mary with saving his life in 1981 when a would-be assassin shot him on Fatima's feast day — May 13 — in St.
  • Thousands of women march across Venezuela as political crisis deepens

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    Earlier, authorities said a 38-year-old police officer in the central state of Carabobo died of his injuries after being shot during a protest on Wednesday that saw hundreds of thousands of people on the street nationwide. Haley also raised the issue of Venezuela's detention of an American, Joshua Holt, who was arrested almost a year ago. A number of people have been killed in incidents of violence related to the protests as well as lootings prompted by the economic crisis in ...
  • Trump, Putin to Meet in July, Russian State Media Says

    Trump, Putin to Meet in July, Russian State Media Says

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    US President Donald Trump will receive Russia's top diplomat Sergei Lavrov at the White House on Wednesday, even as a political firestorm has put Moscow's alleged meddling in the US election back in the spotlight. "We will look at the proposal, see if it can work", Pentagon chief James Mattis said Monday. Over the past six years, Moscow and Washington have sparred multiple times over the conflict in Syria, especially concerning Assad's fate.
  • Some abducted Chibok schoolgirls refuse to be 'freed', says negotiator

    Some abducted Chibok schoolgirls refuse to be 'freed', says negotiator

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    The president expressed his deep gratitude to security agencies, the military, the government of Switzerland, the Red Cross, local and global NGOs for the success of the operation. Adesina's comments come following the release of 82 girls from Boko Haram captivity on Saturday, May 6. Two more girls who successfully escaped have also since been discovered.
  • 8 things that actually happened after Donald Trump fired James Comey

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    This could be viewed as an effort to intimidate Comey , a potential witness in an investigation into Trump and his campaign. "That's not a threat". Giving more details about Trump's meetings with Comey , Spicer said Trump was seeking assurances from the FBI director that he wasn't under investigation because he wanted to fight back against "the narrative" building around the Russian Federation story.