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Noriega was granted prisoner of war status after his trial, and his sentence was later reduced to 30 years. Manuel Antonio Noriega was born poor in Panama City on February 11, 1934, and was raised by foster parents. Noriega had been serving prison time for murder and forced disappearances during his 1983-89 rule, and was being held in a prison cell overlooking the Panama Canal.
  • Ashraf's pyrotechnics help Pakistan pull off heist

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    However, a quickfire half century from Fahim Ashraf in a ninth wicket stand of 93 guided Pakistan to success with three balls to spare. Pakistan were staring down the barrel as they needed 100 off the last eight-and-a-half overs when Ashraf, playing in a Pakistan shirt for the first time, made his bid for a spot in the playing XI in the tournament proper.
  • Trump tells 'confidants' U.S. will quit Paris climate deal

    Trump tells 'confidants' U.S. will quit Paris climate deal

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    Leaders from the United States , Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Canada, Italy, Japan, and the European Union met at the G7 summit to discuss what they described as their citizens' greatest concerns, which ranged from trade to the global economy to gender equality to climate change .
  • City clash fuels fear of IS foothold in southern Philippines

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    And we " re trying to isolate all these pockets of resistance that have remained", Padilla added . Philippine National Police Chief Ronald de la Rosa said the operation takes time because the gunmen take advantage of the urban environment, moving quickly from building to building to evade capture.
  • United Kingdom opposition leader Corbyn says he would ensure Brexit deal

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    His interview with Mr Corbyn was embarrassing - and not for the Labour leader. Mr Corbyn said there was a period of silence for "everyone who died in Northern Ireland" at the 1987 event. Once the studio audience finished it was the turn of veteran broadcaster Paxman, who opted to begin his interrogation on nuclear weapons. "That surely is something well worth doing".
  • Macron holding 'tough' talks with Putin

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    Putin, for his part, said sanctions imposed by western countries on Russian Federation over its activities in Ukraine would not help stabilise the situation in the east of the country where it borders Russian Federation. Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron confirmed that there was indeed a deeper significance to the prolonged handshake he shared with his United States counterpart Donald Trump in Brussels.
  • Trump Seemingly Downplays Allegations Against Kushner About Russia

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    The FBI is now investigating links between Russian Federation and Trump's transition team , and Democrats say the Kushner reports implicate one of Trump's closest advisers. Kushner has also come under media scrutiny for another meeting he had with a Russian national - in December, Kushner met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak in Trump Tower to establish a back-channel with the Kremlin.
  • Kushner wanted 'link' with Russian Federation

    Kushner wanted 'link' with Russian Federation

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    Just back from visiting the Middle East and Europe, Trump on Sunday dismissed recent reports as "fake news". It comes as Trump returned to Washington from his first global trip, renewed his tweets about unfair media coverage, and eyed a major retooling of his White House staff to deal with Russia-related scrutiny.