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The committee is investigating Russian entanglements by figures in Trump's circle, including fired national security advisor Michael Flynn, who has been the target of multiple subpoenas. A person familiar with Trump's thinking says the president believes he is facing more of a communications problem than a legal one. "He needs to answer for what was happening at the time", Booker said.
  • Police issue photo of Manchester attacker, believe bomb made in city apartment

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    The stadium held a minute of silence for the bombing victims. A severe threat still means an attack is "highly likely", according to the scale set by Britain's Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre. The NHS said 54 people injured in the attack were still being treated in eight hospitals with 19 receiving critical care. A total of 13 people have been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences and 17 warrants have been executed at homes, a barber shop and a fast food takeaway in and around ...
  • North Korea leader oversees 'new' weapon system test: KCNA

    North Korea leader oversees 'new' weapon system test: KCNA

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    On Tuesday, Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, the head of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, said it is "inevitable" North Korea will eventually have the capacity to strike the United States with nuclear missile. Pyongyang maintains nuclear weapons are necessary to counter U.S. aggression, but America denies it has any intention to attack the North. North Korea's weapons program is advancing at an accelerated rate, and the U.S.is working with worldwide partners to resolve the crisis ...
  • Filipino troops, gunships fight militants in southern city

    Filipino troops, gunships fight militants in southern city

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    Hapilon, who is a commander of the Abu Sayyaf militant group, pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group in 2014. "If they (militants) have areas... Much of Marawi remains a no-go zone, but disturbing details have emerged. Troops found homemade bombs, grenades, combat uniforms and passports of suspected Indonesian militants in the camp, the military said.
  • Venezuela Supreme Court judges hit with US sanctions

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    Among those targeted is Maikel Moreno, the president of the pro-government Supreme Court, which issued a ruling in late March. Doctors chant slogans in front of a line of National Guard personnel in riot gear during a demonstration against the shortage in medicines and in rejection of the government of President Nicolas Maduro , in Caracas on May, 17, 2017.
  • Times Square crash suspect Richard Rojas 'wanted to kill them all'

    Times Square crash suspect Richard Rojas 'wanted to kill them all'

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    He did not enter a plea and was held without bail until he is due in court again next week. His next court appearance is May 24. Rojas drove his Honda Accord, smashing into pedestrians after mounting the sidewalk for three blocks at high speed, before colliding with a metal pole and came to a stop, police said.
  • Pippa Middleton Recycled A Bridal Accessory She Wore To The Royal Wedding

    Pippa Middleton Recycled A Bridal Accessory She Wore To The Royal Wedding

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    Most of the attendees changed outfits at the hall before being shuttled to the Middleton home, where English tennis ace Tim Henman was spotted arriving with Swiss tennis champ Roger Federer and his wife, Mirka . According to the Telegraph , the diamond earrings were part of a set of jewellery commissioned by the Middleton family for the Royal wedding, and featured a classic pear-cut diamond drop hanging from a floral motif.
  • Bainimarama awaits Trump decision on Paris deal

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    In an unprecedented step, the USA broke from the other six nations in a joint statement issued at the summit's conclusion, saying America is reviewing its climate policies while the G-7 members and others remain committed to the Paris Agreement .
  • Turkey calls for ouster of USA envoy for anti-IS coalition

    Turkey calls for ouster of USA envoy for anti-IS coalition

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    Nine people during the protest were injured, and in this regard, McCain said that the people responsible for inflicting violence were the security members of Erdogan. Eyewitness accounts, along with the testimony of Washington DC's police chief, confirm that the protest was loud but peaceful until Erdogan's goons waded in and attacked.
  • Palestinian prisoners in Israel suspend hunger strike

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    The Free Marwan Barghouti campaign said in statement that "the Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike prevailed". Barghouti is the most high-profile Palestinian jailed in Israel . Barghouti, a leader in Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah movement, was convicted of murder over the killing of Israelis during the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, and sentenced in 2004 to five life terms.