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His comments came as local media reported that the Turkish military had moved armoured vehicles and personnel carriers to a base near the Syrian border - a day after U.S. He expressed regret that the US-YPG alliance - which began under former president Barack Obama - was being continued under the new US administration.
  • French Socialists prepare to expel Manuel Valls

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has spoken with Emmanuel Macron to congratulate him on his election as the next president of France. Traditionally, French voters have handed a parliamentary majority to the newly elected president in the general election.
  • Canada falls from Cup contention with two losses at Paris Sevens

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    That loss meant the final game against Fiji was a must-win to advance to the quarter finals. Harry Jones scored two tries for Canada in its opening win against Japan. Australia will face Japan in the Challenge Trophy quarter final at 5.44pm AEST. Should South Africa reach the final or win the event in Paris , then they would secure a second series crown and first since 2009.
  • Islamic Solidarity Games: Iran's Emamgholinejad, Ahmadi Claim Gold, Silver

    Islamic Solidarity Games: Iran's Emamgholinejad, Ahmadi Claim Gold, Silver

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    The Opening Ceremony of the Baku 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games was broadcast live in 55 countries, Mike Loynd, Chief Operating Officer of Baku 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games told reporters on Saturday, APA reported. "Nigeria is one of the 57 countries participating in the sports fiesta tagged, 'BAKU 2017.' ". The second edition of the games, which was supposed to take place in Iran in 2009, was later cancelled due to a diplomatic crisis over the use of the term, "Gulf countries".
  • Family apologizes for using Jared Kushner in China invest pitch

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    Nicole Kushner Meyer, sister of Ivanka's husband, Jared Kushner, promoted the USD500,000 visas - which grant USA permanent residency - at one of the events in a Beijing hotel ballroom this past weekend, reports the Washington Post . Ms Meyer mentioned her brother on Saturday and Sunday while urging investors to put $500,000 (£386,500) into a New Jersey real estate project in exchange for investor visas and residency cards in the United States through the so-called EB-5 programme.
  • North Korea willing to hold talks with US President Donald Trump

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    Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary said North Korea launched the ballistic missile which flew for about 30 minutes before crashing into to the Sea of Japan. "Despite strong warning from the worldwide community, North Korea launched a ballistic missile again", Abe said. Choe Son-Hui, a senior official at the North's foreign ministry handling its United States policy, also said Saturday the North would be willing to hold talks with the U.S.
  • Here's what's still unknown about James Comey's firing

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    It hasn't recovered from that". It was unclear whether word of the Comey request, said to have been put to Rosenstein, ever made its way to Trump. However, King went on to say that President Trump needs to do a better job at communicating his message and agenda to the American people, more talking less tweeting .
  • 5 immigrant women vie for Miss USA pageant title

    5 immigrant women vie for Miss USA pageant title

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    Transgender women have been allowed to compete in Miss USA and Miss Universe since 2012, when Canada's Jenna Talackova became the first trans entrant in Miss Universe. To give an added flare, Miss USA 2016 Deshauna Barber and Alex Wehrley will serve as co-hosts for the highly anticipated event. Fans can vote for their favorites to advance to the finals, now through May 13th at a special Miss USA website .
  • North Korea launches missile 435 miles into Sea of Japan

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    North Korea launched ballistic missiles, thought to be intermediate-range types, from a site near its eastern coast on April 5 and 16, but both launches ended in failure. The Japanese government said the North's missile flew for half an hour. A further missile launched on April 29 fell on land within North Korea. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters on Sunday that the launch is "absolutely unacceptable" and that Japan will respond resolutely.
  • North Korea test-fires ballistic missile

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    China's foreign ministry has expressed opposition to North Korea's test-launch of a ballistic missile and called on all sides to exercise restraint. Australia has condemned North Korea for its "reckless and provocative" move. Abe said Japan will stay in close touch with the United States and South Korea. And it says South Korea and Japan have been watching this situation closely with the U.S.
  • A timeline of events that led up to Comey's firing

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    His assertions came as Comey's temporary replacement joined in, contradicting other administration statements on the snowballing controversy. The White House said Trump asked his lawyers for the letter following a request from Sen. Before Mr Comey tapped him to lead the Richmond office in 2014, he was chief of the Public Corruption and Civil Rights Section, investigating some of the highest profile cases against government officials and civil rights violations in recent years.