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Son parti propose de débloquer une enveloppe de seulement 1,6 milliard de dollars pour la sécurité aux frontières, sans en allouer une partie pour financer le mur. Elle a pu être adoptée sans voix démocrates à la chambre basse, mais elle n'a aucune chance de passer au Sénat, où 60 votes sont nécessaires. Les républicains n'en ont que 51.
  • Trump Charity Dissolved Amid Allegations of Illegality

    Trump Charity Dissolved Amid Allegations of Illegality

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    Underwood added that only "reputable" charities approved by a judge and her office would be able to receive the Trump Foundation's funds as it winds down its operations. Listen to our recent podcast on the Vince McMahon-Donald Trump relationship over the decades with Lavie Margolin, author of "TrumpMania". The attorney general'sprobe turned up evidence that Donald Trump Jr ., Eric Trump and Ivanka Trump - all listed as officers of the charity - had never actually held a board meeting.
  • Stephen Miller Tells Dems the Wall Is Non-negotiable

    Stephen Miller Tells Dems the Wall Is Non-negotiable

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    Federal District Court Judge Reed O'Connor ruled Friday that tax reform passed by Republicans last year essentially killed Obamacare because the tax package eliminated the individual mandate penalty, which one would incur if they were uninsured for part of a tax year.
  • Trump loses another key staff member as interior minister steps down

    Trump loses another key staff member as interior minister steps down

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    Mr Zinke was among Mr Trump's most active Cabinet members, cutting huge wilderness national monuments in Utah to a fraction of their size and proposing offshore oil drilling in the Arctic, Pacific and Atlantic. Trump did not give a reason for Zinke's departure. Deputy Secretary David Bernhardt, a lawyer and longtime lobbyist for the oil and gas industry, is expected to take Zinke's place.
  • China, Pakistan and Afghanistan sign MoU to cooperate on counter-terrorism

    China, Pakistan and Afghanistan sign MoU to cooperate on counter-terrorism

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    Khalilzad, who is visiting regional countries to gather support for Afghan peace talks, is to lead the United States delegation in talks with insurgent representatives. The US media described these talks as "preliminary discussions", adding that Washington hopes these contacts would pave the way for more substantial talks on a roadmap for peace in Afghanistan.
  • Police, anti-migration protesters clash at European Union headquarters

    Police, anti-migration protesters clash at European Union headquarters

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    Police responded with tear gas and water cannon. A group of about 300 tried to pull down EU flags and storm the European Commission headquarters but were pushed back by police. Some opposition parties have called for a vote of confidence in the government. Earlier in December, representatives from 164 countries adopted the Global Compact for Migration, which was approved on July 13 by all UN member states except the United States, which withdrew from the pact a year ago.
  • Brexit: What the no-confidence motion in Theresa May means

    Brexit: What the no-confidence motion in Theresa May means

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    She survived a no confidence vote within her own party earlier in December, which "judged" the prime minister's Brexit plan, as agreed with the EU. Then in an abrupt about-turn, Mr Corbyn told the Commons that putting back the Brexit vote to January was "unacceptable" and that he would demand the vote on Mrs May's leadership after all.
  • UK PM May attacks second Brexit referendum proposal

    UK PM May attacks second Brexit referendum proposal

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    Parliament has a democratic duty to deliver what the British people voted for", she said. In social media messages yesterday, Mr Barwell said he was not planning for a second referendum. He said the party would be using "parliamentary tactics" to try to bring the MPs' "meaningful vote" on the deal - which was delayed by the government last week in expectation of a heavy defeat - forward to this week.
  • Sri Lanka reinstates ousted prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe

    Sri Lanka reinstates ousted prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe

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    Political sources said Wickremesinghe was likely to be sworn in on Sunday morning, in a move that is expected to end the power vacuum. Maithripala Sirisena administered the oath to Wickremesinghe, almost two months after firing him and setting off a long political stalemate in the South Asian island nation.
  • Saudi Arabia rebukes US Senate over Khashoggi resolution

    Saudi Arabia rebukes US Senate over Khashoggi resolution

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    Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore. Yet the administration remains resolute in its support for Saudi Arabia, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo saying that Washington has already taken decisive action against those that Riyadh named as responsible - and banned them from traveling to the US.
  • Amber Rudd urges divided MPs to find Brexit consensus

    Amber Rudd urges divided MPs to find Brexit consensus

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    Theresa May's rocky tenure kicked off after the resignation of David Cameroon as Prime Minister. May was gripping her handbag during her exchange with Juncker, suggesting that it was pre-planned stunt created to reassert her authority after another humiliating set back on Thursday.
  • Royals reveal the images on their Christmas cards

    Royals reveal the images on their Christmas cards

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    The relaxed image shows Kate and Prince William posing in woodland with Prince George and Princess Charlotte , with Prince Louis being held in his mum's arms. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will then attend Christmas church service along with the rest of the family and they will all enjoy christmas lunch served at 1pm sharp.
  • "Le Canada respecte la loi", affirme Trudeau — Huawei

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    L'arrestation en Chine de deux Canadiens le 10 décembre, un à Pékin et l'autre à Dandong apparaît comme un acte de représailles de la Chine après l'interpellation pour fraude de la directrice financière du géant chinois des télécoms Huawei à Vancouver le 1er décembre et qui vient d'être remise en liberté surveillée.
  • Australia recognises West Jerusalem as Israel's capital but embassy not moving

    Australia recognises West Jerusalem as Israel's capital but embassy not moving

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    However, they will not move the embassy on the immediate basis. But it won't move its embassy until there's a peace settlement between Israel and the Palestinians, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Saturday . Palestinians make up a large portion of the population of East Jerusalem. The US embassy was moved to the city in May. The status of Jerusalem goes to the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.