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Dawson says the Aga Khan and his foundation were registered to lobby Trudeau's office in December 2016, meaning the vacation "could reasonably be seen to have been given to influence Mr. "I fully accept the report of the commissioner". I take full responsibility for it. Dawson also concludes that Trudeau broke the ethics code when he travelled on the Aga Khan's private helicopter.
  • Indonesia expects support for Jerusalem resolution at UN General Assembly

    Indonesia expects support for Jerusalem resolution at UN General Assembly

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    Haley cast the veto, blocking the resolution introduced by Egypt, despite the 14 other members of the Security Council voting in favor. Nasir explained that if the total 193 UN member states support the resolution, it will be a political statement that the global community rejects the United States' plan to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
  • White House 'Temporarily' Suspends We The People Petition Tool

    White House 'Temporarily' Suspends We The People Petition Tool

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    The "We the People" website was launched in 2011 under former president Barack Obama , and has often been used to create viral joke petitions. However, since Trump has taken office, not a single one of the 17 petitions meeting the criteria (having 100,000 signatures within 30 days), have been answered.
  • Steph Curry Wants to Partner with Diddy to Buy the Carolina Panthers

    Steph Curry Wants to Partner with Diddy to Buy the Carolina Panthers

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    The hitmaker has publicly flexed his support in seeing Puff Daddy as the NFL's first black owner. Not surprisingly, the 32 NFL owners didn't respond to Diddy's demand, much less agree to sell their league to him. There were questions swirling after Richardson's bombshell announcement Sunday night that he intends to sell the team after the season. Diddy wants to turn the halftime show into a Bad Boy video.
  • Parents upset over Ivanka Trump's surprise visit to Conn. high school

    Parents upset over Ivanka Trump's surprise visit to Conn. high school

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    Ivanka Trump was joined at the event by IBM CEO Ginny Rometty, whose company IBM has created an academic model now being used at the NECA. IBM developed the academic model being used in the NECA program. But some parents who oppose her father yanked their children from class. Meanwhile, Mrs. Trump called Monday's visit an "honor". "Hope the diversity of our students and our large immigrant population doesn't scare her away!" she tweeted .
  • Body cam footage shows officer being dragged at 60 miles per hour

    Body cam footage shows officer being dragged at 60 miles per hour

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    Al Xiques told reporters that an officer responded to an unknown scene inside the Century Village community early Tuesday morning near the south enterance along Pembroke Road when the officer was either struck or dragged by a auto. The chase weaved its way to I-95, where police were able to arrest Cabrera. Police say they found several syringes and baggies in the vehicle. Cabrera put his hands out the window as officers approached with guns drawn.
  • European Union triggers unprecedented censure mechanism against Poland

    European Union triggers unprecedented censure mechanism against Poland

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    The Commission said it was taking the unprecedented step because of long-running concerns about the rule of law in Poland, which the government had failed to address. Yet, it was Poland's new prime minister who said he expected that the European Union would impose unprecedented sanctions on his country following its controversial changes to the judiciary.
  • India leading global power, stronger partner

    India leading global power, stronger partner

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    This is the Pentagon's first report on Afghanistan since Aug 21, when President Donald Trump announced his new South Asia strategy, which deepens American military involvement in Afghanistan while urging Pakistan to back United States efforts for defeating the Taliban.
  • Myanmar blocks United Nations rights investigator's visit

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    Myint Kyaw, a member of the Myanmar Press Council, said he believed the reporters "were arrested due to their reporting in Inn Din village", in Maungdaw township, the region where the mass grave was found. Ms Lee said the decision to block her suggested "something terribly awful" was happening in Rakhine. A Myanmar government spokesman didn't immediately respond to a request to comment.
  • First victim in train derailment identified as Pierce Transit employee

    First victim in train derailment identified as Pierce Transit employee

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    According to the National Transportation Safety Board, the train was traveling 80 miles per hour around a curve that had a 30 miles per hour speed limit. Topper said the family has no further comment. This photo was shared to the KIRO 7 Facebook page by family and friends. Willhoite was also a member of the Rail Passengers Association, and he served as the Director of Information Technology for All Aboard Washington .
  • Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte Says He Supports Gay Marriage

    Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte Says He Supports Gay Marriage

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    Duterte previously was quoted by local media as saying he was opposed to gay unions because marriage in the Philippines is only between a man and a woman. The Duterte administration announced in November that it has chose to cancel peace talks with leftist rebels in the country. Mr Pacquiao is a Senate member for Mr Duterte's ruling PDP-Laban party.