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It is quite easy to say whether the notebooks do or do not exist and what kind of information they contain (i.e., talking-points, the President's agenda for the country, what the media is reporting, etc.). Time will tell if Spicer is one of those individuals to be interviewed and if his detailed notebooks will become a larger part of Mueller's investigation.
  • India can not shy away from accommodating refugees: Khurshid

    India can not shy away from accommodating refugees: Khurshid

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    No illegal immigrant can invoke writ jurisdiction of the court for enforcement of Fundamental Rights enjoyed by citizens only, the Centre further said. "None of these immigrants have followed this procedure", Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh said in the national capital. Every country should have strict laws and clear policies on how to deal with illegal immigrants.
  • China calls for calm in Korean Peninsula

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    Parties should meet each other half way, by addressing each other's legitimate concerns". In a statement that no doubt ratcheted tensions on the Korean Peninsula, China's foreign minister once again demanded the removal of the U.S. The threat from North Korea's nuclear and missile tests has dominated this year's gathering of world leaders, but divisions remain over how to confront Pyongyang.
  • Violence Breaks Out As Turkish President Erdogan Speaks In New York

    Violence Breaks Out As Turkish President Erdogan Speaks In New York

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    Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday met with U.S. President Donald Trump in NY, in a highly anticipated meeting between the two leaders. The violence unfolded as a small group of Kurdish protesters held signs and chanted across the street from the Turkish facility. As the protesters were forcibly removed from the room, one of the men escorted out was seen being punched in the face and Erdogan could be heard asking the crowd to calm down.
  • Obama Speaks on Republican Obamacare Repeal Efforts: 'It Is Aggravating'

    Obama Speaks on Republican Obamacare Repeal Efforts: 'It Is Aggravating'

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    Former President Barack Obama on Wednesday called repeated Republican efforts to repeal his signature health care law "aggravating" as he urged people not to be discouraged by unsteady progress as they work on pressing global issues. "Progress is never inevitable", he said. "Those of you who live in countries that already have universal healthcare are trying to figure out what's the controversy here - I am too", Obama said during his speech at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's " ...
  • Powerful natural disaster of magnitude 7.1 hit central Mexico killing 138 people

    Powerful natural disaster of magnitude 7.1 hit central Mexico killing 138 people

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    A motorbike and carriage drives over the cracked road. At least 30 children were killed in the collapse of the Enrique Rebsámen school, and by Wednesday night, at least five people were known to be missing, including the girl. "It is very likely that there is nobody", a senior Mexican official said at the site, while insisting that the search would continue until any shred of doubt was removed.
  • Iowa to borrow $13M more to make budget balance

    Iowa to borrow $13M more to make budget balance

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    Reynolds will combine $13 million from the state's economic emergency fund with the $1.6 million ending balance. Roederer acknowledged the budget numbers turned out better than it appeared they would almost three months ago, telling reporters "I thought we would be giving a much different presentation (Wednesday) at the end of June 30".
  • South Korea's Moon urges North to give up nuclear weapons

    South Korea's Moon urges North to give up nuclear weapons

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    These maneuvers take place less than a month after North Korea's sixth nuclear test from September 3, and also the two ballistic missile launches launched over Japan (August 29 and September 15). " North Korea best not make any more threats to the US". Washington has repeatedly urged Beijing to do more direct actions to rein in Pyongyang, while China - North Korea's main ally - says the U.S.
  • 4 maps charting the risky path of Hurricane Maria

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    Electricity was believed to be out across the island, said Pedro Cerame, a spokesman for the governor. There's almost 12,000 people in shelters so far. "If we don't unite, we're not going to bounce back". Maria was ranked a Category 4 storm with sustained winds of up to 250km/h per hour when it hit Puerto Rico, ripping apart homes, snapping power lines and turning roadways into torrents laden with debris.
  • NKorea minister calls Trump's threat 'sound of dog barking'

    NKorea minister calls Trump's threat 'sound of dog barking'

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    White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says Trump "had a lengthy call" with Enrique Peña Nieto. The discussion of whether to shoot down a North Korean missile comes as USA intelligence has assessed that North Korea's KN-17 (Hwasong 12) intermediate range ballistic missile has proven so successful in recent flight tests that Pyongyang now counts on it as part of its strategic deterrence against the U.S., according to a United States official familiar with the latest ...
  • Report Says China and North Korea Are Biggest Trading Partners

    Report Says China and North Korea Are Biggest Trading Partners

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    Pyongyang fired an ICBM, dubbed Hwasong-14, twice in July. The Pentagon confirmed the launch and said the projectile was an intermediate range ballistic missile (IRBM). Russia's U.N. ambassador, Vassily Nebenzia, said the United States needed to begin talks with North Korea, something that Washington has so far ruled out.