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But they haven't held the state's congressional seat in over two decades. Bernie Sanders campaigned for Quist, a musician and first-time candidate, hoping to capitalize on a wave of activism following Trump's election. A Fox News reporter who witnessed the chaotic scene wrote that "Gianforte grabbed Jacobs by the neck with both hands and slammed him into the ground behind him".
  • Trump says 'Germans are very bad': Spiegel

    Trump says 'Germans are very bad': Spiegel

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    Trump's condemnation of the German auto industry also overlooked the fact that many German cars are already made in the U.S. BMW , Slate reports , has run a plant in SC since 1994 that is the company's largest manufacturing facility. Donald Trump has attacked Germans for being "bad, very bad" and vowed to limit United States auto imports from the country. Two months later, when Trump first met with Merkel, he didn't seem much warmer toward Germany.
  • US air strike on IS killed 105 civilians in Iraq's Mosul

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    The Iraqi forces did not think civilians were in the building based on their observations prior to the strike. The GBU-38 is a 500-pound "lightweight" precision bomb. At the time of the strike neither the USA -led coalition nor Iraqi forces were aware civilians were inside the building, the coalition stressed. But investigators placed the blame on ISIS.
  • A court pays too much attention to Trump's big mouth

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    In Thursday's decision , the chief judge writes that the travel ban "drips with religious intolerance, animus, and discrimination". The court also found the challengers were likely to suffer "irreparable harm" if the ban were implemented and that it might violate the U.S.
  • NewsAlert: Appeals court rules against Trump's revised travel ban

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    At issue was the intent behind the measure - whether or not it deliberately singled out Muslims by targeting nationals from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. In Thursday's decision , the appeals court pointed to Kennedy's opinion and said the Trump administration had acted in bad faith. Shortly after the ruling was released, Sessions said he is seeking a review of the case in the Supreme Court .
  • Residents flee militant siege in Philippines

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    An armored personnel carrier belonging to government troops drives along a main highway of Pantar town, Lanao Del Norte, to reinforce Marawi city , southern Philippines. The president has declared martial law in Mindanao, the first time since the 1980s. He is at the nexus of several militant groups trying to merge into a more powerful force.
  • New WHO Chief is "Best Candidate" - Kagame

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    Before his election to the WHO director-general position, Tedros was Ethiopia's foreign affairs minister, and from 2005 to 2012 he was the country's health minister, according to a press release today from the WHO. In an interview with The Lancet a year ago, Ghebreyesus vowed to advance universal health coverage and expand access to medicine and services for diseases ilke HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, diabetes, cancer and mental health conditions.
  • Appeals court deals blow to Trump administration travel ban

    Appeals court deals blow to Trump administration travel ban

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    Three judges dissented from today's ruling: Judges Paul Niemeyer, Dennis Shedd and G. Steven Agee. During the race, Trump called for "a total and complete shutdown of Muslim's entering the United States" in a statement on his website. He said Thursday that the ban is unconstitutional. "The Constitution's prohibition on actions disfavoring or condemning any religion is a fundamental protection for all of us, and we can all be glad that the court today rejected the government's request to set ...
  • Champions Trophy success hinges on execution for India's Kohli

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    India captain Virat Kohli insisted Thursday he had no qualms about being in England for the upcoming Champions Trophy tournament following the deadly Manchester terror attack. We have to be on top of our game from ball one. England and South Africa will go at it again at the Ageas Bowl on Saturday then again at Lord's next Monday, a schedule which could see a few guys "pull up stiff" according to Morgan.
  • Sessions didn't disclose Russian Federation meetings

    Sessions didn't disclose Russian Federation meetings

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    But then, an Federal Bureau of Investigation employee who was helping Sessions fill out the documents said that he didn't need to list the dozens of meetings he had with foreign ambassadors while serving in the U.S. "My interpretation is that a member of Congress would still have to reveal the appropriate foreign government contacts notwithstanding it was on official business", Zaid said.