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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation foreign ministers" meeting in Brussels on Wednesday that the Western allies agreed there was "no normalisation' of ties with Russian Federation. On Tuesday, the first day of the Brussels meeting, Tillerson said that Iran is carrying out "destabilizing actions" by supporting "Hezbollah" in Lebanon, supplying missiles to Houthi insurgents in Yemen, and sending weapons and militia fighters to Syria.
  • First phase of Gujarat polls tomorrow

    First phase of Gujarat polls tomorrow

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    The high-octane campaign for the first phase of the crucial Gujarat elections, viewed as a prestige battle for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a litmus test for the leadership of Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi , came to an end yesterday.
  • State Dept says Trump travel ban fully implemented

    State Dept says Trump travel ban fully implemented

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    This week, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed the ban to take effect while litigation over its ultimate validity unfolds. Trump announced his initial travel ban on citizens of certain Muslim-majority nations in late January, bringing havoc and protests to airports across the country.
  • Mueller produced wealth of documents in Manafort, Gates case

    Mueller produced wealth of documents in Manafort, Gates case

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    Russian Federation has denied any meddling and Trump has dismissed any suggestions of collusion. In a status report on the case released by Mueller's team on Friday, federal prosecutors said the government obtained more than 400,000 documents, including financial records, email communications, and corporate records.
  • Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell to leave early next year

    Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell to leave early next year

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    White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Powell had always planned to serve one year before returning home to NY, and her departure was unconnected to the Jerusalem decision. In a statement distributed following the report, Kushner hinted that Powell may assume another role in the administration. From the White House, Powell went to Goldman Sachs, where she worked for a decade, becoming a partner, looking after global investment and serving as president of the company foundation, ...
  • FBI Warned Hope Hicks About Emails From Russian Operatives

    FBI Warned Hope Hicks About Emails From Russian Operatives

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    Despite her behind-the-scenes reputation, White House communications director Hope Hicks was inserted into the Trump-Russia probe earlier this week when it was reported that Donald Trump Jr. The emails were received after Trump won the election. Then the F.B.I., in coordination with the National Security Council, separately briefed Ms.
  • Rebel Attack in East Congo Leaves 14 Peacekeepers Dead, UN Says

    Rebel Attack in East Congo Leaves 14 Peacekeepers Dead, UN Says

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    A news release from the peacekeeping mission in Congo , known by the acronym MONUSCO , said 14 peacekeepers were killed and 53 wounded in Thursday's attack. The nation suffered through one of the most brutal colonial reigns ever known before undergoing decades of corrupt dictatorship. Many rebel groups have come and gone, at times invading the regional capital, Goma.
  • Jury clears former Arizona cop in killing of unarmed man

    Jury clears former Arizona cop in killing of unarmed man

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    Bodycam footage shows officers order Shaver out of his room and to lay flat on the floor. A former Arizona cop was cleared of murder on Thursday in the fatal shooting of an unarmed man who cried and begged police not to pull the trigger just moments before he was killed.