• Paul Manafort's scalp is flipping triumph for Team Mueller

    Paul Manafort's scalp is flipping triumph for Team Mueller

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    Ken Starr, the man who led the investigation that resulted in President Bill Clinton's impeachment, said he was was not surprised to see former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller . But what Manafort might have to offer Mueller about the Trump campaign is not publicly unknown, although prosecutors only dropped some charges against Manafort after hearing in advance what he had to say.
  • President Trump to visit areas affected by Hurricane Florence next week

    President Trump to visit areas affected by Hurricane Florence next week

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    He continued , "This was done by the Democrats in order to make me look as bad as possible when I was successfully raising Billions of Dollars to help rebuild Puerto Rico ". "The people that went through this, they know what happened", Cora said. He was criticised for treating a visit to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of the hurricane like a rally, mimicking a basketball player as he threw paper towels to Puerto Rican residents at a local relief centre.
  • Vatican promises 'clarifications' over Pope cover-up claims

    Vatican promises 'clarifications' over Pope cover-up claims

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    POOL New / Reuters Former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick waves to fellow bishops as attends the midday prayer service at the Cathedral of St. Matthews in Washington September 23, 2015. Cardinal Wuerl was named in the report and accused of protecting those priests while he was a bishop in Pittsburgh. Moving priests who have been accused of child sex abuse is widely seen as a way to help them avoid facing any consequences.
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    L’Afrique n'a pas besoin de "charité" d’après Jean-Claude Juncker

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    Jean-Claude Juncker qui s'exprime généralement en trois langues - français, allemand et anglais - n'aura eu recours à la langue de Shakespeare que pour parler du Brexit. foodwatch appelle, entre autres, à garantir la traçabilité des produits alimentaires. Certains, en Afrique, redoutent cependant que l'ouverture de leurs marchés ne soient un risque pour les filières et emplois africains.
  • Dans l'œil de Florence: les images d'un chasseur d'ouragans

    Dans l'œil de Florence: les images d'un chasseur d'ouragans

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    Dans un magasin de bricolage du centre ville de Charleston, en Caroline du Sud, plus d'une centaine de sacs de sable d'une vingtaine de kilos ont été vendus au cours du week-end, et la boutique ne désemplissait pas lundi. Les autorités s'attendent à des inondations majeures , avec des montées d'eau de 35 à 50 cm et à des crues à l'intérieur des terres jusqu'en début de semaine prochaine.
  • The Best Moments From Women Senators at the Kavanaugh Hearings

    The Best Moments From Women Senators at the Kavanaugh Hearings

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    One after another, activists stood to protest Kavanaugh's positions on healthcare, abortion, gun rights or the proceeding itself, interrupting lines of questioning and irritating some Republican committee members. Our party controls neither the White House nor the Senate. He co-wrote a detailed, almost 300-page memo on deputy White House counsel Vince Foster's suicide.
  • Cops trying to derail probe against Jalandhar Bishop: Nuns

    Cops trying to derail probe against Jalandhar Bishop: Nuns

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    The present PILs have been filed alleging that despite the passage of nearly four weeks after the first PIL, no progress has been made in the investigation and that the Bishop was still not arrested . "We are ready to go to any extent for ensuring justice to our sister", a nun told protesters here, who held placards demanding the arrest of Bishop Franco.
  • U.S. says ICC ‘dead’ as it moves to ‘protect’ Israel

    U.S. says ICC ‘dead’ as it moves to ‘protect’ Israel

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    U.S. President Donald Trump's national security adviser, John Bolton , will make the announcement in a speech at midday on Monday to the Federalist Society , a conservative group, in Washington . The court was established in 2002 to prosecute genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. National Security Adviser John Bolton called the court "illegitimate" and vowed the United States would do everything "to protect our citizens".
  • Filming of staged chemical attack in Syrian Idlib begins - Russian MoD

    Filming of staged chemical attack in Syrian Idlib begins - Russian MoD

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    United Nations regional coordinator for Syria Panos Moumtzis on Tuesday voiced concern over an uptick in air strikes and shelling that has sent more than 30,000 people fleeing, mainly to locations within the contested province of Idlib. "In order to eliminate terrorist and extremist elements in Idlib and to bring to justice foreign fighters, a more comprehensive worldwide counterterrorism operation is necessary", he said.
  • People pay their respects on 9/11 anniversary

    People pay their respects on 9/11 anniversary

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    Trump has also said he lost "hundreds of friends" in the attack on New York City . "This field is now a monument to American defiance". They "joined the immortal ranks of American heroes", he said. America's future is written by our heroes. He also praised former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani , who now serves as his lead attorney handling Russian Federation matters.