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Bolton took that issue under advisement, the AP reported. And more than 30 Democrats in Congress have asked Bolton to declare the pardon invalid and move forward with sentencing, saying the clemency is an encroachment by Trump on the power and independence of the courts.
  • Three US Special Ops Soldiers Killed in Niger

    Three US Special Ops Soldiers Killed in Niger

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    Those forces were not patrolling the area with any specific objective, such as a high-value target or rescuing a hostage, the official added. "We can confirm reports that a joint US and Nigerien patrol came under hostile fire in southwest Niger", a spokesman for US Africa Command said.
  • Five former presidents to attend Texas storm recovery concert

    Five former presidents to attend Texas storm recovery concert

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    Virgin Islands and Florida. Alabama, Lyle Lovette, the Gatlin Brothers, Robert Earl Keen and other musical acts will be performing. That means former Presidents Jimmy Carter , George H.W. Organizers for "Harvey Can't Mess With Texas" did not have a fundraising total available Wednesday. The concert is supported by Texas A&M University and will take place at Reed Arena on the flagship's College Station campus.
  • US Defense Secretary Squarely backs Iranian Nuclear Deal

    US Defense Secretary Squarely backs Iranian Nuclear Deal

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    Yesterday US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said it was in the US national interest to stay in the deal. Inside the Pentagon, Mattis and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. The speech marked his latest attempt to lay out his America First vision for a USA foreign policy aimed at downgrading global bureaucracies, basing alliances on shared interests, and steering Washington away from nation-building exercises overseas.
  • San Juan mayor wears 'nasty' shirt during TV interview

    San Juan mayor wears 'nasty' shirt during TV interview

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    Cruz wore a black T-shirt during her television appearance that featured only one word: NASTY. "I am asking the president of the United States to make sure somebody is in charge that is up to the task of saving lives", pleaded San Juan Mayor Carmen Cruz after her city was slammed by two massive hurricanes over the past weeks.
  • Michigan Couple Accused Of Locking Disabled Woman In Shed, Trafficking Her

    Michigan Couple Accused Of Locking Disabled Woman In Shed, Trafficking Her

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    When the victim left the mobile home park, her family members found out what happened and contacted authorities September 12. Welch reportedly used a website to advertise sexual services performed by the victim. It is unclear how long she was in the shed, but a sheriff's official said the entire ordeal lasted a couple of months. "The Sheriff and the Prosecutor's Office are set out to convey some measure of equity to this young lady, and to get her the help and treatment she needs".
  • Head of Syria's ex-Qaeda affiliate 'critical' after Russian Federation strike, Moscow says

    Head of Syria's ex-Qaeda affiliate 'critical' after Russian Federation strike, Moscow says

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    Lavrov pointed out that despite the efforts being taken oil trade earned the Islamic State $200 million-$250 million a year ago alone. The US maintains that the groups are still linked to Al Qaeda, however. Russian Federation said Wednesday it carried out airstrikes in Syria this week that critically wounded the leader of an al-Qaida-linked group and killed 12 other militant commanders, a report that was categorically denied by the militants.
  • In oral arguments, swing voter Kennedy appears skeptical of partisan gerrymandering

    In oral arguments, swing voter Kennedy appears skeptical of partisan gerrymandering

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    The big question, after an hour-long argument Tuesday, is, what does Justice Anthony Kennedy think. "We will have to decide in every case whether the Democrats win or the Republicans win", the chief justice said. The plaintiffs are presenting a test known as the "efficiency gap". Chief Justice John Roberts throws a bright red herring into the pool by suggesting that such legal oversight would inject the high court into a self-destructively political role as arbiter resolving boundary ...
  • Oxford strips Aung San Suu Kyi from human rights award

    Oxford strips Aung San Suu Kyi from human rights award

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    Ms Suu Kyi lived in the United Kingdom in the 1960s and 70s. The United Nations has described an offensive by Myanmar - backed by vigilante Buddhist mobs - as ethnic cleansing while Human Rights Watch says it amounts to crimes against humanity under worldwide law.