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Ari Giovenco, the Internet Association's director of trade and global policy, said the agreement did not address obstacles facing USA cloud service providers in China . National Cattlemen's Beef Association President Craig Uden issued a statement applauding the announcement. "That could be huge to our cattle producers".
  • North Korea Holding 4th US Citizen in Detention

    North Korea Holding 4th US Citizen in Detention

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    This image made from May 21, 2014, video shows the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology. A university privately funded by Christian groups in the West is at the center of growing tensions between the USA and North Korea following the detention of second American citizen who works there.
  • Trump says possible to pick new FBI director by next week

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    Trump's office while he talked with others on the phone and never saw him record phone calls. Representatives of the White House and the Trump Organization, Mr. Comey promised only that he could be honest, The New York Times reported . Trump said he thought Comey's firing would enjoy bipartisan popularity: "This is total obstruction", he added.
  • Trump on Asking for Comey's Loyalty: 'I Didn't'

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    Trump's visible anger and erratic tweets prompted a reporter to ask Spicer on Friday if the president was "out of control". Trump on Friday appeared to threaten the former FBI director in a tweet that warned of releasing recordings of phone calls in which the president asked Comey whether he was personally under investigation.
  • Macron takes office as French President

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    In a moment heavy with symbolism, 62-year-old Hollande - who launched Macron's political career by appointing him first as adviser and then economy minister - was then driven away from the palace to applause from his staff and the new president.
  • USA arming Kurdish Syria fighters unacceptable, shouts Turkey

    USA arming Kurdish Syria fighters unacceptable, shouts Turkey

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    But Ankara regards it as a terror group and the Syrian branch of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which since 1984 has waged an insurgency inside Turkey leaving tens of thousands dead. John Dorrian - the spokesman for the US-led coalition against ISIS called Operation Inherent Resolve - earlier tweeted that nearly all of the city has been seized and that fighters were clearing two neighborhoods.
  • No need for special prosecutor on Russia scandal: White House

    No need for special prosecutor on Russia scandal: White House

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    According to the report, Trump asked Comey to pledge his loyalty to him, but Comey refused, saying "he would always be honest with him, but that he was not "reliable" in the conventional political sense". In a Congress hearing earlier Thursday, FBI acting Director Andrew McCabe confirmed that the FBI had not felt any interference and promised to inform Congress should it happen.
  • Trump likely to visit Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters in coming days - White House

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    Hayes recapped this rapidly developing scandal. When Holt followed up to ask whether Trump was "a fan" of Comey investigating his ties to Russia, Trump said he supports the investigation, but thinks it should have finished already. "I never thought about it", Mr. Trump told NBC News . The White House initially said Mr Trump made the call at the recommendation of the two senior officials at the Justice Department, but in the NBC News interview on Thursday, the president said he would ...
  • South Korea to attend China's Silk Road summit amid rift

    South Korea to attend China's Silk Road summit amid rift

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    Tuesday-the day he was elected-Moon announced that "under the right conditions" he could open discussions with Pyongyang, a stance some believe could put the USA ally at odds with the Trump administration as it considers military intervention in the region.