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  • Liberal Media Doubles Down On Support For Brutal MS-13 Gang

    Liberal Media Doubles Down On Support For Brutal MS-13 Gang

    Trump's remark at meeting with local leaders was in response to a complaint about gang members. Washington, May 18 US President Donald Trump today defended his use of the controversial word "animals" to describe some illegal immigrants, asserting that he will continue to use it for members of the deadly transnational gang MS-13 despite facing flak from the Democratic leaders.

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  • European Union unveils 'statute' to protect Iran trade against USA sanctions

    European Union unveils 'statute' to protect Iran trade against USA sanctions

    On Friday morning the European Commission, the EU's executive arm, will begin putting a so-called blocking statute in place to shield European companies doing business with Iran from USA sanctions. sanctions against Iran falling within its scope". By re-introducing it now, the European Union is seeking to ban firms respecting USA sanctions and make related U.S.

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  • As thousands of teachers march, NC legislature opens

    As thousands of teachers march, NC legislature opens

    He is a North Carolina Teacher Voice Fellow with the Hope Street Group, an AP Reader and the 2015-16 Onslow County Teacher of the Year. They met with representatives Frank Iler (R-Brunswick) and Deb Butler (D-New Hanover County) to discuss the conditions inside the schools where each one teaches, hearing about the need for more school resources, specially trained school resources officers, and increased staffing to assistant with mental health issues.

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  • Soros basis to give up Hungary after conflict with authorities

    Soros basis to give up Hungary after conflict with authorities

    The decision to close the groups' offices in the country of Soros's birth is the grim culmination of years of struggle to work in an increasingly hostile environment. "It has become impossible to protect the security of our operations and our staff in Hungary from arbitrary government interference", CNBC added. Another Soros institution funded by Soros, Budapest's Central European University, may also be forced to shutter operations in Hungary.

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  • Iraqi Election Frontrunner Moktada al-Sadr Courts Partners to Govern

    Iraqi Election Frontrunner Moktada al-Sadr Courts Partners to Govern

    Whereas lengthy railing towards the United States, the populist firebrand has additionally distanced himself from its key rival Iran, drawing nearer to regional Sunni powerhouse Saudi Arabia. Al-Abadi said at the least, a manual recount should be held in the northern province of Kirkuk after accusations of fraud and faulty machines were made there.

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  • Judge Upholds Mueller's Authority To Prosecute Manafort For Ukraine Dealings

    Judge Upholds Mueller's Authority To Prosecute Manafort For Ukraine Dealings

    In a blow to Manafort's defense, U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled that Mueller's prosecution of the longtime political consultant on charges of money laundering and failing to register as a foreign agent for a Ukrainian political party was "squarely" within the authority that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein granted to Mueller last May.

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  • Crude Oil Higher On Dwindling OPEC Output

    Crude Oil Higher On Dwindling OPEC Output

    Brent crude oil hit a new 3½ year high Monday despite resistance emerging in Europe and Asia to US sanctions against OPEC member Iran, and growing USA drilling indicating higher North American production. Iran will restart its uranium enrichment if it can not find a way to save the 2015 nuclear deal with the European Union after the United States pulled out last week, Tehran's government spokesman said on Tuesday.

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  • Top Senate intel Dem says he supports Haspel

    Top Senate intel Dem says he supports Haspel

    A second Democrat on Saturday said he would vote in favor of Haspel, even as Republican Sens. An undercover officer for most of her career, Haspel in 2002 served as CIA station chief in Thailand, where the agency conducted interrogations at a secret prison using methods including waterboarding, which is widely viewed as torture.

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  • Trump reveals drug pricing plan

    Trump reveals drug pricing plan

    The president also spoke of ending trade practices overseas that lead to unfair prices for Americans. But I don't know even one person who's seen the cost of their prescriptions go down. "Why? Because of the drug companies". On Thursday, administration officials also vowed to address foreign governments that rely on USA medicines but pay drastically lower prices due to government controls.

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  • McCain urges senators to reject Gina Haspel's Central Intelligence Agency nomination

    McCain urges senators to reject Gina Haspel's Central Intelligence Agency nomination

    Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who has said he expects Haspel will be confirmed. Sen. Ron Wyden, Democrat of OR, asked her whether she had called for the program to be continued OR expanded in 2005-07 when the program was winding down. Haspel's confirmation had been complicated by an intent to vote "no" by Sen. Donnelly and Manchin are up for re-election in November, and Trump appeared at a political rally Thursday in IN, in which he singled out Donnelly and called on voters to support the ...

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  • Google makes privacy policy easier to understand, adds new data controls

    Google makes privacy policy easier to understand, adds new data controls

    Google also announced improvements to the controls and clarity of information found in each user's My Account hub to give users more control over how their data is collected. Additionally, Google said that it is making it easier to port your Google data to other services, for example to transfer photos from Google Photos to other online photo repositories.

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  • Iranian forces in Syria fire rockets at Israeli troops after deadly airstrikes

    Iranian forces in Syria fire rockets at Israeli troops after deadly airstrikes

    Reuters could not independently verify the report . But if Trump's decision does bring the death of the Iran nuclear deal , that brings risks for Netanyahu and Israel . "Iran is now seeking to implant very unsafe weapons in Syria to be used against Israel for the specific objective of our destruction". "There have been very few tour group cancellations", said Diti Goldstein, a local tourism official.

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  • Google Follows Facebook In Banning Ads Before Referendum

    Google Follows Facebook In Banning Ads Before Referendum

    The referendum, being held on 25 May, could repeal the Republic's Eighth Amendment, which now upholds a near-total ban on abortions . The referendum is due to take place on May 25 . The move won't impact on content or search results that are returned by Google searches. "What is happening here is not about one side or the other, it's about democracy and transparency", Higgins said.

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  • Donald Trump says 'everyone' thinks he should get Nobel Peace prize

    Donald Trump says 'everyone' thinks he should get Nobel Peace prize

    Trump has said that unless European allies rectify "flaws" in Tehran's deal with world powers by May 12 he will refuse to extend US sanctions relief for Iran. Is that a realistic possibility?' "I can't believe the rest of the world has to put up with the stuff right now, like we don't have other problems on our mind at the moment?" The decision to award Mr Obama the prize in 2009 just a short time after he entered the White House proved controversial.

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  • U.S. wants Venezuela punished by 35-nation group

    U.S. wants Venezuela punished by 35-nation group

    The Venezuelan deputy minister for North America and representative to the Organization of American States (OAS), Samuel Moncada , rejected on Monday the statements made by the Vice President of the United States , Mike Pence , and demanded respect for the peoples of Latin America.

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  • Mike Braun Just Won Indiana's Insane Republican Senate Primary

    Rep. Todd Rokita, R-4th District, had 29.5 percent as of 8:54 p.m., according to Politico, and Rep. Luke Messer, R-6th District, came in with 29.4 percent of the vote. John Kasich. Trump won West Virginia by 42 points in the 2016 election. "Senator Donnelly is just another career politician who has spent almost his entire career in politics and government", Braun said in his statement.

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  • PLO: US Embassy Move in Violation of International Commitments

    PLO: US Embassy Move in Violation of International Commitments

    Trump sparked global outcry when he unilaterally recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital and vowed to relocate Washington's embassy to the city. Municipal workers erected signposts reading "US Embassy" in Hebrew, Arabic and English around the site, now a US consular building, in the city's Arnona neighbourhood.

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  • Trump Urges West Virginia Republicans to Oppose Blankenship

    Trump Urges West Virginia Republicans to Oppose Blankenship

    Indeed, Mr. Blankenship's rising poll numbers have coincided with an increasing number of highly inflammatory statements and personal attacks on powerful figures such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell . As Sean Trende of RealClearPolitics explains, the keys to Democratic competitiveness in West Virginia are the economically left-leaning, culturally conservative working-class voters in the southwest part of the state.

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  • Melania Trump BE BEST initiative releases anti-cyberbullying guide

    Melania Trump BE BEST initiative releases anti-cyberbullying guide

    Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" was unveiled 11 months after becoming first lady, in February 2010 and Laura Bush launched "Ready to Read, Ready to Learn", in July of her first year as first lady. BE BEST will combat the issues facing children today by championing the many successful well-being programs that teach children tools and skills for emotional, social, and physical well-being .

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  • Low turnout worries politicians as Lebanon voting ends

    Low turnout worries politicians as Lebanon voting ends

    Hezbollah has also sent thousands of its fighters to Syria to support forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad in battles against predominantly Sunni rebel forces and the jihadist group Islamic State (IS). The highest voting turnout was in the second district in the north, and the lowest in Beirut's first district, with 31.5%, he said. "This country is really bipolar", said Brjawi.

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  • South, North Korea form joint table tennis team

    South, North Korea form joint table tennis team

    Her victory completed Japan's 3-0 win against a unified Korea team. The women's teams from the two countries, originally competing separately, decided Thursday to combine teams rather than play each other in the quarterfinals. Veteran Liu Shiwen beat Lee Ho Ching 3-1 in the third game to help China lead by 2-1. The unified team consists of nine players, five from South Korea and four from the North.

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