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The Hague-based court, the UN's highest judicial body, had yesterday stayed the execution of Jadhav, 46, considered to be a spy by Pakistan. He said he has always tried to spread messages through his sand sculpture around the world. It also told Pakistan to give consular access to India. The ICJ found that the link exists between the rights claimed by India and the provisional measures sought.
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    Trump fired Comey on May 9. They included media reports that Trump discussed sensitive intelligence on the ISIS militant group with Russia's foreign minister. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called a couple times this week for "a little less drama from the White House, so that we can focus on our agenda".
  • Donald Trump says probe will confirm no conspiracy with Russian Federation

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    Donald Trump has said he fired James Comey as FBI Director because he was '"unpopular", during a press conference with the Colombian president. In a series of tweets earlier Thursday morning, Trump called the appointment of a special counsel 'the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history!' Comey wrote other memos, although this source didn't elaborate on that point.
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    Trump said at a news conference Thursday that he had thought the firing would be a popular action, and that his decision was at least party based on Comey's "poor performance" in testifying before Congress a few weeks earlier. When asked about whether he pushed Comey, the man he fired earlier in the month, to end the Russian Federation investigation, Trump was firm and quick to reply: "No, no".
  • Chelsea Manning Has Been Released From Prison

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    The past will always affect me and I will keep that in mind while remember that how it played out is only my starting point, not my final destination". Chelsea Manning , the transgender woman incarcerated for the past seven years for leaking confidential documents. Manning said at the time that she had hoped to spark "worldwide discussion, debates and reforms" with the information, bringing to light what she saw as an unfair portrayal of the USA wars.
  • Len McCluskey wrong to say Labour can not win election - Kezia Dugdale

    Len McCluskey wrong to say Labour can not win election - Kezia Dugdale

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    She told BBC Radio Scotland: "I hope he is wrong, I want to see a Labour government across the whole of the United Kingdom, that's what I'm spending every waking moment of my day campaigning for". "I believe that if Labour can hold on to 200 seats or so it will be a successful campaign". Prime Minister Theresa May called the snap vote, citing the need to strengthen her hand for Brexit talks, and polls show her Conservatives handing Labour its worst defeat since at least 1983.
  • Republicans starting to turn as committee asks to see Comey documents

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    But for many Americans, including President Donald Trump's staunchest supporters, the "crisis in Washington " is not about possible missteps by Trump or questions over whether his campaign colluded with Russian Federation. Among the headlines on the Drudge Report, a popular conservative news aggregator, were "Media Reach Peak Meltdown" and "Sabotage in DC". "This effort, this plan, this desire to upend and stop the Trump presidency got going probably on election night and certainly within ...
  • JBS chairman taped Brazil president discussing hush money -O Globo (JBSS3, PETR4)

    JBS chairman taped Brazil president discussing hush money -O Globo (JBSS3, PETR4)

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    That image of being above it all has certainly worked in one way for Temer: while much of the rest of the political elite became embroiled in corruption scandals, the president remained remarkably untouched. The statement from Temer's office confirmed that the president did meet with Batista in March. Congressman Alessandro Molon, from the Rede party, filed a demand for impeachment with the speaker of the lower house, Rodrigo Maia.
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    The Lib Dems are hopeful that their pro-EU stance will attract support from the 48 percent of Britons who backed remaining in the bloc in last year's referendum, although opinion polls suggest the message has not won over many people from the two major parties who opposed Brexit.
  • Sharif regime slammed for 'mishandling' Jadhav case

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    Zakaria said Pakistan's reply to the court was submitted in line with Article 36 of the Vienna Convention, explaining that Pakistan does not recognize the jurisdiction of the ICJ on some issues. "A senior official revealed to The Express Tribune that India has been successful in managing the ICJ's registrar office, which has vast power to fix cases before the court".
  • Deputy AG to brief Senate on Mueller nod; Trump unhappy with move

    Deputy AG to brief Senate on Mueller nod; Trump unhappy with move

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    In another tweet Thursday morning, he claims, "With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special councel (sic) appointed! ". US stocks recovered ground on Thursday as upbeat economic data emboldened investors to return to the market, a day after Wall Street saw the biggest selloff in eight months on worries the political turmoil could undermine Trump initiatives such as tax cuts that investors see as favouring economic growth.