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Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) and Justin Amash (R-Mich.), also hinted that Trump might have committed the impeachable offense of obstruction of justice. The last week has been full of revelations that led several House Democrats to call for an investigation of President Donald Trump yesterday (May 16).
  • Led coalition airstrikes targeted pro-Assad forces in Syria

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    The coalition said the strike came after unsuccessful "Russian attempts to dissuade Syrian pro- regime movement" as well as "a coalition aircraft show of force, and the firing of warning shots". Aside from the April cruise missile strike, the coalition-backed forces have avoided contact with Assad regime forces. The Pentagon says this was a defensive strike, launched after pro-regime forces had violated an agreed deconfliction zone around a base at al-Tanf, near the Syria's southern ...
  • ELECTION 2017: Labour quizzed on costing of manifesto promises

    ELECTION 2017: Labour quizzed on costing of manifesto promises

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    Mr Hammond said: "There is a £58bn black hole in Jeremy Corbyn's manifesto". "We've got half a million members, the biggest political party in Europe, out there campaigning and Labour MPs right the way across the political spectrum in the Parliamentary Labour Party working together for a Labour government", he insisted.
  • President Trump: Fight against terror a 'battle between good and evil'

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    He condemned "Islamists" and "Islamic terror of all kinds", but never specifically referred to radical Islam. During the 2016 USA campaign, Trump mused about his belief that "Islam hates us". Both the original order and a second directive that dropped Iraq from the banned list have been blocked by the courts. The president put much of the onus for combating extremists on Mideast leaders: "Drive them out of your places of worship".
  • Trump willing to try engagement with North Korea, on conditions - Seoul

    Trump willing to try engagement with North Korea, on conditions - Seoul

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    South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday said that there was a "high possibility" of a conflict with North Korea. "This is very different to dialogue, or talks, or anything approaching what might come down the line, but at its most basic it is a sign that the South's new government is trying to be more reconciliatory towards the North despite Sunday's successful test on Sunday and Washington's talks of sanctions at the UN", Thomas said.
  • French President Macron unveils 'gender even' Cabinet

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    French President Emmanuel Macron is set to end the suspense over his first government on Wednesday after a 24-hour delay in unveiling what he has promised will be a new-look cabinet. Early Macron supporter and his top campaign organiser Richard Ferrand, a Socialist MP, is also expected to be offered a job. The government appointments are part of a delicate balancing act Mr Macron has to perform ahead of the mid-June legislative elections.
  • Prince George and Princess Charlotte win hearts at Pippa Middleton's wedding

    Prince George and Princess Charlotte win hearts at Pippa Middleton's wedding

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    Royal observers speculated that the decision was taken by Harry and Markle themselves that her appearance at the tiny country church might steal the show on Middleton's big day. Pippa Middleton and her new husband James Matthews face their young page boys and bridesmaids. Both wore special outfits when they arrived with their mother, the Duchess of Cambridge , Pippa's sister.
  • Chelsea Manning Is Free From Prison and Posting On Instagram

    Chelsea Manning Is Free From Prison and Posting On Instagram

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    President Barack Obama's decision in January to commute Manning's sentence to about seven years, including the time she spent locked up before being convicted, drew strong criticism from members of Congress and others , with Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan calling the move "just outrageous".
  • Rouhani Should Dismantle Iran's Network of Terrorism

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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's demand for Rohani to cease Tehran's ballistic-missile program and support for what he called its "network of terrorism". The agreements will enhance the US' and Saudi Arabia's security while supporting the Kingdom's plans to enhance its military capabilities to counter the Iranian influence and threats spilling across the Kingdom's borders.
  • Arsenal, Wenger fail to make Champions League after 20 years

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    Chelsea finished seven points in front of Tottenham, which completed its best league campaign in 54 years in style by beating relegated Hull 7-1. United must win the Europa League to qualify for next season's Champions League . Wenger didn't even join in, remaining on the touchline with his arms folded. The captain had his own personal opportunity to thank the Stamford Bridge faithful earlier in the day.