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U.S. President Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort arrives for a motions hearing regarding evidence in his case at U.S. District Court in Washington , U.S., May 23, 2018. But prosecutors say they worked with Manafort in organising a group of former European officials, known as the Hapsburg Group, who promoted Ukrainian interests in Europe as well as the US.
  • China warns USA trade talks will be void if Washington imposes sanctions

    China warns USA trade talks will be void if Washington imposes sanctions

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    U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur RossWilbur Louis RossTrump defends policies: US must be "treated fairly" on trade Threats of retaliatory tariffs prompted by Trump have cost Iowa pork industry 0M: report Some US companies say Trump's tariffs are already hurting their business MORE and China's top economic official, Vice Premier Liu He, led a meeting between officials from both countries on Sunday about the current trade deficit.
  • Denmark bans niqabs and burqas in public areas

    Denmark bans niqabs and burqas in public areas

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    Those violating the ban will be forced to pay 1,000 kroner (£118; $157), with fines ten times higher for repeat offenders. France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Bulgaria and the German state of Bavaria have all imposed some restrictions on full-face veils in public places.
  • Missouri governor to step down amid sex, fundraising scandals

    Missouri governor to step down amid sex, fundraising scandals

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    They soon expanded to include questions about whether he had violated campaign-finance laws. Greitens , 44, said his resignation will be effective Friday at 5 p.m. Yes, but is that the state legislature's job now that Greitens has resigned? The Circuit Attorney for the City of St. Louis said in a statement after Greitens' announcement that it had reached a deal on the computer tampering charge but would not disclose the details until Wednesday.
  • Trump Broke Out a Throwback Lie About Firing Comey

    Trump Broke Out a Throwback Lie About Firing Comey

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    As a reminder, when he first announced the firing, Trump claimed it was on a recommendation from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein-whom he said in the Holt interview was respected by everyone, but, now that the investigation has progressed, regularly attacks and threatens to fire .
  • Judge sides with Mueller team in Manafort case

    Judge sides with Mueller team in Manafort case

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    As reported by AP, Mueller was appointed last summer by Trump's deputy attorney general Rod Rosentstein after the president fired then Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey , who was looking into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation to undermine the 2016 presidential elections.
  • President Trump: June 12 Summit with North Korea is back on

    President Trump: June 12 Summit with North Korea is back on

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    While admitting that dealing with North Korea was "going to be a process", Mr. Trump said he believed that process would ultimately be "successful". The content of the letter was not immediately known, but according to the Wall Street Journal, Kim Jong-un is believed to have expressed interest in a summit meeting with Trump.
  • Chinese universities ranked among global elite

    Chinese universities ranked among global elite

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    The World Reputation Rankings 2018 surveyed more than 10,000 leading academics from 137 countries, the statement said. UCD was ranked 28th among all universities in the United States and 13th among public USA universities. The latest QS World University Rankings placed Tsinghua University and Peking University in 25th and 38th places respectively. THE described performance across the rest of the region as mixed: “Notably, Australia loses some ground.” While the University of Melbourne ...
  • Assad raises prospect of clashes with U.S. forces in Syria

    Assad raises prospect of clashes with U.S. forces in Syria

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    In a televised interview to RT in Damascus, Assad denied Iranian troops are in Syria, saying there are only Iranian officers who are working with the Syrian army. Despite multiple reports of Iranian military presence in Syria, as well as notable Iranian casualties during the seven-year war, Assad said: " We don't have Iranian troops ", Assad said.
  • Chelsea owner Abramovich granted Israeli citizenship

    Chelsea owner Abramovich granted Israeli citizenship

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    The Tier 1 investor visa that Abramovich has used to visit London regularly in recent years expired in April, and has yet to be renewed amid reports that United Kingdom authorities had demanded that he declare the source of his vast fortune as political tensions with Russian Federation escalate.
  • Trudeau says NAFTA talks broke down after Pence made ultimatum

    Trudeau says NAFTA talks broke down after Pence made ultimatum

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    Tariffs of 25% on cars and auto parts, as Mr Trump apparently wants, would be disastrous for Canada's and Mexico's vehicle industries, though American buyers of cars and parts would suffer too. "First of all, those who will suffer most are the poorest, the less privileged people, those who actually rely on imported goods to have their living", she said, adding that longstanding supply chains also would be disrupted.
  • French President Emmanuel Macron meets with Malian migrant hero

    French President Emmanuel Macron meets with Malian migrant hero

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    He somehow ended up dangling off the second balcony before being saved by hero Mamoudou Gassama (left, today, holding his temporary residence permit) who was filmed scaling the side of the building to reach the child (right). "He explained to me that he arrived from Mali a few months ago while dreaming of building his life here". Gassama was also congratulated by Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, who phoned him at the Paris embassy to congratulate him "for honouring all of Mali ...
  • Police release body cam videos of violent arrest on New Jersey beach

    Police release body cam videos of violent arrest on New Jersey beach

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    An attorney for Weinman tells CBS3 this new video doesn't change anything and that it's not consistent with what Wildwood has claimed, that she was the aggressor. "There are certain points where you have to defend yourself and some points where you're not, they knew this weekend was going to be a little out of hand and I feel like they should have handled it properly", Allison Hartwyk explained.
  • China urges US to keep promise on trade issues

    China urges US to keep promise on trade issues

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    Trump is using trade negotiations to recoup the losses. The Global Times , an influential tabloid run by the ruling Communist Party's official People's Daily , said the United States was suffering from a "delusion" and warned that the "trade renege could leave Washington dancing with itself".
  • American jailed in Venezuela for 2 years to return home to US

    American jailed in Venezuela for 2 years to return home to US

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    Very proud. And we have others coming. "He's not a spy", he's a "totally innocent man". United States authorities had been denied access to a court hearing on Holt's case in December, with Trump labelling the U.S. Months of secret, backchannel talks between an aide to Mr Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee , and close allies of Mr Maduro preceded their return.