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It doesn't stop and we have to do our work. But Wayne was ready, and yesterday we were speaking and I was telling him that probably he could be crucial man of the match because he was ready. "There are lot of poets in football but they don't win titles". "We win a title, an important title, that closes the lot - we have now won every [European] title in world football".
  • Trump vows peace push after meeting with pope

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    Sant'Egidio official Daniela Pompei said the closed-door encounter lasted 40 minutes and Trump asked the 10 African women for suggestions on what the US government, led by her father, President Donald Trump , can do to help others like them.
  • Flynn hit with more subpoenas, may be held in contempt

    Flynn hit with more subpoenas, may be held in contempt

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    The US Senate Intelligence Committee has issued subpoenas to the businesses of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn , Vice Chairman Mark Warner told reporters. They are also sending a letter to Flynn's lawyers challenging them on "whether Flynn can take the Fifth as it relates to document production", and itemizing more specifically what documents they want Flynn to furnish.
  • Police urge public to be alert after Manchester terror incident

    Police urge public to be alert after Manchester terror incident

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    Concluding her statement, Ms Sturgeon said that Police Scotland are providing support to families affected by the attack, including those of Laura MacIntyre and Eilidh MacLeod. Ms Sturgeon added that people attending events such as the Scottish Cup Final and the visit of Barack Obama to Edinburgh will see additional safety precautions and armed police in operation.
  • Trump Did Not Once Mention a Palestinian State

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    The president "said that he understands the significance of the Western Wall for the Jewish people and that's why he chose to visit here during his first trip to Israel", Rabinowitz told an Israeli radio station. The president notably avoided all of the thorny issues that have stymied peace efforts for decades. Dozens of Palestinians were injured while rallying across the West Bank on Monday in support of about 1,000 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli detention on hunger strike for more ...
  • Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning released from prison

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    Nancy Hollander and Vincent Ward, Manning's clemency and appellate lawyers, said in a joint statement: "We are able to confirm that Chelsea Manning has been released safely from military prison". Manning is headed to Maryland, where she has family, according to a GoFundMe page set up by relatives and friends to raise money for her living expenses.
  • 23 million more uninsured with GOP health bill, analysts say

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    On Wednesday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its latest score of the American Health Care Act , otherwise known as H.R. A 21-year-old making $68,200 a year, for example, would be among of the biggest winners: Their average premiums would drop from $5,100 to between $1,250 and $1,750 depending on their state's regulations.
  • White House Thrilled with Foreign Trip: Donald Trump 'At His Best'

    White House Thrilled with Foreign Trip: Donald Trump 'At His Best'

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    On a visit to the Yad Vashem memorial, the president and first lady Melania Trump laid a wreath on a stone slab under which ashes from some of those killed in concentration camps are buried. This tone differed greatly from Barack Obama's first presidential speech to the Arab world, which took place early in Obama's first term in June of 2009.
  • Manchester Arena: Leaked photos appear to show bomb used in attack

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    A man was arrested in Wigan on Wednesday afternoon in connection with the Manchester Arena bombing, with officers assessing a package he was carrying. Across London, troops fanned out and authorities reconsidered security plans. Armed police patrolled outside St. Paul's Cathedral in London, another popular tourist spot.