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Let us note for the record that some of those millions of dollars that went to the Clinton Foundation came from Saudi Arabia , which punishes acts of homosexuality with execution, imprisonment, fines, corporal punishment, or flogging. Democratic and Republican administrations have in the past said Jerusalem's status must be solved through USA negotiation. USA policy doesn't hold that the city is part of Israel, but the White House put "Jerusalem, Israel", on its website Monday, without ...
  • Death toll on new attack on Egypt Christians reaches 28

    Death toll on new attack on Egypt Christians reaches 28

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    Today's victims were in a bus traveling to a monastery in Minya, about 140 miles south of Cairo. The victims had been on to the remote monastery of Saint Samuel the Confessor in Maghagha. The members of the Security Council reaffirmed "that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to worldwide peace and security", the statement said.
  • Trump asked 2 U.S. intel chiefs to deny Russian Federation collusion

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    Even many critics of Trump have suspected that there was nothing incriminating to be found in the Russia collusion investigation linking Trump to the Russians. Martin Heinrich , D-N.M., Coats said that if asked , he would provide details of his conversation with Trump to Mueller. Jack Reed of Rhode Island , asked Coats hypothetically whether it would be appropriate for a president to ask the director of national intelligence to deny evidence of cooperation.
  • United Kingdom police say 'obliged' to arrest Assange if he leaves embassy

    United Kingdom police say 'obliged' to arrest Assange if he leaves embassy

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    He has been holed up at the Ecuadoran embassy in London since 2012 and risks being arrested by British police if he steps out of the building. "U.K. "This unnecessary delay was despite the repeated insistence from the Ecuadorean government - ever since the granting of asylum in 2012 - that this interview was not only possible but that Ecuador would facilitate its carrying out in our Embassy".
  • Abbas meeting reveals no details on reviving peace talks

    Abbas meeting reveals no details on reviving peace talks

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    Standing alongside Trump, Abbas, 82 and in the 12th year of his original five-year term, said he was determined to deliver an agreement for all Palestinians, although he did not provide any substance on how such an objective could be achieved, reported Reuters .
  • UK police: Officers, soldiers responding to incident at college

    UK police: Officers, soldiers responding to incident at college

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    Two people have been released without being charged, Greater Manchester police said. "Officers are in attendance and we are now assessing the situation". He did not provide details, and said it's unclear whether Abedi was part of a larger network of attackers. Abedi, a 22-year-old British citizen born to Libyan parents, died in the attack.
  • Planted Explosives Caused Civilian Deaths in Mosul Strike

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    The secondary explosives located in the building triggered a structural failure of the building and its ultimate collapse, killing 101 displaced civilians who had sought shelter in the bottom floors of the structure. After initially denying that the USA conducted any airstrikes in the Mosul al-Jadida neighborhood, about one week later CENTCOM put out a statement acknowledging that they had struck ISIS fighters and equipment in the area at the request of Iraqi forces.
  • Paper says Kushner sought secret Russian Federation channel

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    Kislyak said Kushner, who is also Trump's son-in-law, suggested the secure channel be set up using Russian diplomatic facilities in the U.S., according to the bombshell report . That report flies directly in the face of the Justice Department investigation as Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, has been in contact with Russian Federation in recent months about official business, yet is not accused of wrongdoing.
  • What do President Trump and Pope Francis really think of each other?

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    On Wednesday, Trump was given a tour of the Vatican, then first met with the pope in his library. Pope Francis also gave Mr Trump a signed copy of his 2017 peace message, whose title is "Non-violence - A Style Of Politics For Peace", and a copy of his 2015 encyclical on the need to protect the environment from the effects of climate change.
  • Netanyahu: hope Trump visit will be 'milestone' for peace

    Netanyahu: hope Trump visit will be 'milestone' for peace

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    Turning to the prime minister, who joined him for the speech, Trump said , " Benjamin Netanyahu wants peace". JERUSALEM (AP) - President Donald Trump on Tuesday pushed for elusive peace between Israel and the Palestinians, calling on both sides to put aside the "pain and disagreements of the past".
  • Guideline for Conduct Pact in the South China Sea OK'd

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    Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Chee Wee Kiong said the sides hoped that would produce needed "political support" from the ministers. Abella said that the best way to settle the disputes is to push for a diplomatic approach rather than invoke the South China Sea arbitration ruling that affirmed the Philippines' 2013 petition against China .