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Giuliani told reporters in New Hampshire on Wednesday said that Trump remained willing to be interviewed if the lawyers can agree on ground rules. The phrase "17 angry Democrats" is Trump's shorthand for a conspiracy theory imputing political bias to the special counsel's team. President Donald Trump says his attorney general should put an end to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation.
  • Washington, 7 other states file suit to block 3D printing of firearms

    Washington, 7 other states file suit to block 3D printing of firearms

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    Defense Distributed reached a settlement with the United States government last month that allowed it to post 3-D-printable gun plans online starting August 1, 2018. The Trump administration previously ruled to allow Wilson and Defense Distributed to publish the blueprints. A lawyer for the company said he doesn't know how many blueprints have been downloaded since then.
  • Photos show NK building new ICBM near Pyongyang

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    Asked about the report , the Pentagon declined to comment. North Korea is building new missiles just weeks after President Donald Trump met with Kim Jong Un , according to a report from The Washington Post . Their strategy includes potentially asserting that they have fully denuclearized by declaring and disposing of 20 warheads while retaining dozens more.
  • Sen. Rand Paul announces he’ll support the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh

    Sen. Rand Paul announces he’ll support the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh

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    When Justice Elena Kagan was nominated for the Supreme Court , she had also served as a counsel in a presidential administration, and accordingly, the Senate Judiciary Committee paused for almost a month to review the documents related to her service as counsel in the Clinton and Obama Administrations, releasing over 170,000 pages of information, including every e-mail Justice Kagan wrote while serving in the White House.
  • College student reported missing after going swimming in Israel

    College student reported missing after going swimming in Israel

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    The two friends were safely pulled back to the shore, but Jones had not been seen since despite a massive search operation. University of Kentucky officials said Jones and four other students traveled to Tel Aviv by bus for the weekend. One stayed behind in a Tel Aviv hotel. He said family members to the students have each been notified about the incident. Jones, her mother said, is an excellent student whose high G.P.A.
  • Hunt launches China charm offensive - but makes gaffe over wife's nationality

    Hunt launches China charm offensive - but makes gaffe over wife's nationality

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    Mr Hunt is married to Lucia Guo and the couple have three children. "That's a bad mistake to make", he told his counterpart, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. He said Mr. Wang had made an offer "to open discussions about a possible free trade deal done between Britain and China post Brexit". To laughter in the room, he added: "Sorry, that's a bad mistake to make".
  • Zimbabwe holds first post-Mugabe elections, USA has already made its choice

    Zimbabwe holds first post-Mugabe elections, USA has already made its choice

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    Taking sides: Mr Mugabe has backed a new political party that is part of a coalition supporting Mr Chamisa. "I am very happy that the process for campaigning was peaceful (and) voting today is peaceful", he added. I am not leaving anything to chance. He has promised to rebuild the country's devastated economy, but been criticised for making extravagant promises - such as the introduction of a high-speed bullet train and bringing the Olympics to Zimbabwe.
  • Israeli police raid al-Aqsa mosque after clashes; two dead in Gaza

    Israeli police raid al-Aqsa mosque after clashes; two dead in Gaza

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    The activists stressed that they will resist Israel's expected takeover of the boats in non-violent ways, reports said. "The activity ended without exceptional events", a military statement said. Two years ago, 13 women including Mairead Maguire a peace activist from Northern Ireland who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976, were detained 35 nautical miles from the Gaza coast upon the "Women's Boat to Gaza" and subsequently deported.
  • Robert Mugabe: I won't vote for Zanu-PF in Zimbabwe election

    Robert Mugabe: I won't vote for Zanu-PF in Zimbabwe election

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    He said he resigned "to avoid bloodshed" and "to avoid conflict between the army and the people". Chamisa is also being supported by a number of former Zanu PF politicians that were expelled from the party for backing Mugabe. He blamed "evil and malicious characters" for his removal from office, which was met with a joyous outpouring in the capital, Harare , by thousands.
  • Ex-lawyer says Trump knew of 2016 meeting with Russians

    Ex-lawyer says Trump knew of 2016 meeting with Russians

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    Giuliani said his shift stemmed from the revelation that Cohen had been "surreptitiously recording his clients" - referring to the tape of Cohen and Trump discussing a payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who's alleged she had a long-running affair with Trump before he became president.
  • Iran President Hassan Rouhani dismisses Trump’s ’empty threats’

    Iran President Hassan Rouhani dismisses Trump’s ’empty threats’

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    Rouhani had cautioned Trump to stop "playing with the lion's tail or else you will regret it". He was quoted by news website yjc.ir, affiliated with state-run television, as saying "we are ready to confront you". However, following Sunday's warning, Trump suggested talks were an option. Soleimani called Trump a "gambler" and said his language belongs in "nightclubs".
  • Sundial Bridge Covered In Ash And Debris, But Undamaged By Carr Fire

    Sundial Bridge Covered In Ash And Debris, But Undamaged By Carr Fire

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    Some 37,000 people remained under evacuation orders on Friday, as flames continued to burn in pockets of the city's west side, he said. The heart of Yosemite National Park remained empty the day after campers and hotel guests were evicted so firefighters could try to keep the state's largest fire from entering the park almost two weeks after it was sparked.
  • Greek wildfire deaths blamed on arson as floods hit homes

    Greek wildfire deaths blamed on arson as floods hit homes

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    Germany's federal criminal police said a team of its forensics specialists was in Greece to help authorities identify the dead. Defence Minister Panos Kammenos was heckled Thursday as he visited the scene of the fires. "This is a hard process, more hard than other mass disasters we have dealt with", coroner Nicholas Calories said, adding that the bodies of most of the victims were completely charred.
  • Syria regime now on Israel's doorstep after seizing Quneitra province

    Syria regime now on Israel's doorstep after seizing Quneitra province

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    Sweida's Druze are neighbours to mainly Sunni Deraa province and have long resisted being drawn into the Syrian conflict that pits mainly Sunni rebels opposed to Assad' rule. IS overran large parts of Syria and neighbouring Iraq in 2014, but has since lost most of that territory. At least 45 IS militants were killed in the fighting.