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Appearing Wednesday on Special Report with Bret Baier , Charles Krauthammer doesn't believe that Donald Trump can fire his way out of trouble on the Robert Mueller-led Russian Federation probe. "It's now an active investigation, there's a special prosecutor in place, and I think we'll have a more hard time getting information for the intelligence committee".
  • Army confident of handling infiltrations, ceasefire violations: Jaitley

    Army confident of handling infiltrations, ceasefire violations: Jaitley

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    Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday expressed satisfaction over the "aggressive domination" and "readiness" of troops along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir to give a befitting response to any "misadventure" by Pakistan. Mentioning that separatists are being funded from across the border, he had said, "It was known they (separatists) were being funded from across the border.
  • French president to meet EU's Tusk, reveal minister picks

    French president to meet EU's Tusk, reveal minister picks

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    The delay was to allow checks to be made on their tax status "whereas the law stipulates that this check only needs to be done after they are named", the presidency said. Current Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is expected to be the only survivor from the government of Francois Hollande, who left office last weekend after an unpopular five-year term.
  • France's Macron calls for 'historic reconstruction' of Europe

    France's Macron calls for 'historic reconstruction' of Europe

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    With respect to the EU's free movement of services, capital, goods and labor, "Macron looks at it with the same point of view, so we have somebody on our side", Fuchs said. "I am not a promoter of metalizing of old debt" within the eurozone , said Macron after meeting Merkel, adding however that the joint financing of future projects should be considered.
  • Chaffetz resignation latest twist in GOP oversight of Trump

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    It was then, he says , that he finally made the decision to leave Congress and his position as chairman of the powerful House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. According to Politico , multiple sources say Chaffetz, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, will resign on June 30. Utah Gov. Gary Herbert on Thursday said his office is making plans to hold a special election to fill Chaffetz's seat - only the second time in state history a congressional vacancy has occurred.
  • God Brought You Back, Aisha Buhari Tells Freed Chibok Girls

    God Brought You Back, Aisha Buhari Tells Freed Chibok Girls

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    A list of the girls' names was published on Sunday evening and photographs of them have been sent to Chibok and the surrounding area for cross-checking. "We'll do it again if needed", she said in comments tweeted by Nigeria's government. We must not hesitate to caution those who seek to politicise everything in the land that whatever goes around, comes around, and above all, to note life is sacrosanct and that nothing supersedes it.
  • Officials Weigh In on Embassy Clash with President Erdogan's Bodyguards

    Officials Weigh In on Embassy Clash with President Erdogan's Bodyguards

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    They could see the protestors and their placards- and made a decision to "disperse them". The US police also branded the incident as a "brutal attack" on peaceful protesters. Several Republican lawmakers shot back, decrying the violence and demanding that Turkey apologize for the incident. Police said the fighting outside the Turkish ambassador's residence on Tuesday injured 11 people, including a Washington police officer, and led to two arrests for assault.
  • USA places Venezuela Supreme Court justices on sanctions list

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    Venezuela has been hit by a series of violent protests since early April, that have left at least 34 people dead and hundreds injured, as the opposition ramps up the pressure on Maduro to call overdue elections. That action, which was later reversed in the face of worldwide criticism and street protests , was one of a half-dozen rulings by the court that US officials say "interfere with or limit the National Assembly's authority".
  • With waiver, US lets Iran keep getting benefits of nuke deal

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    The United States will continue to "waive sanctions as required to continue implementing US sanctions-lifting commitments" under the nuclear deal, the State Department said in a statement . Although oil sales have rebounded since the deal came into effect in January 2016, Iran's continued exclusion from the global banking system has prevented it from signing much needed trade and investment deals with Europe and Asia.
  • Notorious child serial killer Ian Brady has died in prison

    Notorious child serial killer Ian Brady has died in prison

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    His brother Alan Bennett, writing on Facebook, said: "Thank you to everyone for your honest words and thoughts". "We discussed a few things but he was extremely weak and it was sort of very, very hard for him". He went on a " hunger strike " but was force-fed, the Guardian said. Mr Makin, who is the executor of Brady's will, said he was with his client less than two hours before his death and described it as "quite a moving sort of situation".