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But even if Comey thought that, it's not necessarily a crime. Tucker said Comey has been inconsistent by making untrue statements that echoed the Clinton campaign's talking points, and then refusing to publicly say the truth about President Donald Trump not being under FBI investigation related to the Russian Federation probe.
  • Former FBI director James Comey's loyalty is to his country

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    Comey said that, after his firing last month, the White House told "lies, plain and simple" about him and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Comey learned of his abrupt dismissal while giving a speech, and said he was sorry he didn't get a chance to say farewell to his former colleagues.
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    So did cable news networks, bracketing Comey's first public appearance since being fired by Trump with hours of their own talk. The Washington Post reported that the president also approached Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency chief Mike Rogers about the Flynn probe.
  • Greece's ex-PM injured in letter bomb attack, police say

    Greece's ex-PM injured in letter bomb attack, police say

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    The 69-year-old economist was in stable condition, doctors said. The incident happened at 6:30 p.m. local time on Thursday as Papademos was traveling in a vehicle in central Athens . The group, which is considered a terror organisation by Washington, sent letter bombs to foreign embassies in Greece and to European leaders in 2010.
  • Iran's Khamenei says attacks to increase hatred towards US, Saudi

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    Iran said today that gunmen and bombers who attacked Tehran were Iranian members of Islamic State who had fought in the militants' strongholds in Syria and Iraq - deepening the regional ramifications of the assaults. The forces serving in the Intelligence Ministry and other Iranian security and military organizations would very soon teach an unforgettable lesson to the "mercenary terrorists and their sponsors", Alawi said in a message on Wednesday, after two terrorist attacks in ...
  • Iran Ready to Meet Food Demands of Qatar

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    The west African state of Mauritania backed Riyadh and cut ties with Qatar, saying Doha's policies had "supported terrorist organizations... and promoted chaos in many Arab countries". It drew some support on Wednesday when Turkey's parliament approved a draft bill allowing its troops to be deployed to a military base in Qatar. The state and its 2,6 million inhabitants are dependent for food and water on imports.
  • Theresa May's United Kingdom election gamble backfires as Tories lose majority

    Theresa May's United Kingdom election gamble backfires as Tories lose majority

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    With 643 out of 650 seats declared, the Conservatives had won 313 seats and were therefore no longer able to reach the 326-mark they would need to command a parliamentary majority. With just a few stragglers yet to declare their results it appears that, although the Conservative Party has remained the top vote-getter, it has shed over a dozen MPs.
  • James Comey: timeline and analysis

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    Comey added an element of intrigue to the hearings when he said he knew of a "variety of reasons" why Attorney General Jeff Sessions' involvement in the Russian Federation investigation would be problematic but that he couldn't discuss those reasons "in an open setting".
  • General Election 2017: Millions of voters head to the polls

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    We are likely to see a shift in the voting trends however, with the string of terrorist attacks in the United Kingdom likely to give the Tories a boost, the Conservative's having lost significant support as a result of the Tory Party manifesto and social care in particular.
  • Theresa May working to form a government - Sky sources

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    The DUP - which staunchly defends Northern Ireland remaining part of the United Kingdom, and takes a conservative approach to social issues - increased its number of seats to 10 in Thursday's election. "That suggests it wouldn't be a full-blown coalition - rather a confidence and supply deal". Speaking after retaining his Islington North seat, Mr Corbyn said: "The Prime Minister called the election because she wanted a mandate".