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Comey, however, stuck by his decision to notify Congress of new emails related to the Clinton email probe less than two weeks before Election Day. Comey told the senate committee the Federal Bureau of Investigation reopened the probe after agents discovered additional classified emails forwarded by Clinton aide Huma Abedin to her husband, who was not authorized to view them.
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    Lo ha detto Marine Le Pen in un'intervista all'Ap. Secondo indiscrezioni il premier scelto da Macron sarebbe una donna. Vincitore col 61% dcontro il 39% di Marine Le Pen . Infine dei militanti di Greenpeace , stamattina, sono saliti sulla Tour Eiffel dispiegando un grande striscione giallo avverso il Front National , dal primo piano del monumento.
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    The Ministry of Interior is to contact the new president's election camp to determine the details of the ceremony, which is to be held Wednesday. Park has since been indicted for bribery and abuse of power. "Collaboration between Japan and South Korea is quite important for responding to the North Korean problem and for the peace and stability of the region", he said.
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    The White House says President Donald Trump and Russia President Vladimir Putin held a "very good" conversation about the ongoing crisis on Syria . The U.S. intelligence agencies, however, earlier said they had proof that Russian Federation was behind the hacking of Democratic email accounts, aimed at benefiting President Donald Trump's campaign and harming his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton.
  • Macron won 66.1%, Le Pen 33.9% in French vote: final results

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    While some world leaders such as British Prime Minister Theresa May, US President Donald Trump (though he had earlier backed Le Pen) and Chinese Premier Xi Jinping extended their congratulations to Macron nearly immediately, one of the most interesting well wishes came on Monday morning from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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    All the committees are led by Republicans. He says in his resignation letter that he did not deliberately leave out elements of his conversations with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak when he recounted them to Vice President Mike Pence. A federal judge struck down the order on February 5 and four days later an appellate court upheld that decision. And it differed sharply from White House spokesman Sean Spicer's characterization of her warning as a simple "heads up".
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    The President of America pledged that he'd build a wall along the USA's southern border, and that Mexico would pay for it. Leaders of the conservative House Freedom Caucus met to consider a proposal to change the Republican legislation to let states get federal waivers to ignore coverage requirements imposed by President Barack Obama's health care law.
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    Many of those will have been supporters of the far-left maverick Jean-Luc Melenchon, whose high-spending, anti-EU, anti-globalisation platform had many similarities with Le Pen's. French voters elected the centrist as the country's youngest president ever on Sunday, delivering a resounding victory to the unabashedly pro-European former investment banker.
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    With regards to Trump's comment that he "didn't say 'don't test the missile, '" that's not exactly true, especially in the context of how Dickerson phrased the question. "But he understands we're not going to be very happy". When pressed on his reaction to another nuclear missile test, Trump said: "I would not be happy".
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    Payments from Russian Federation kept secret

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    Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) said of documents viewed by the committee during a classified briefing at the Capitol. Flynn, he added , failed to obtain permission from the U.S. Spicer said the White House officials viewed the request for Flynn's contacts with foreign officials as "outlandish". Democratic Sens. Kamala Harris and Dianne Feinstein of California said they believed the committee needed to move at a faster rate.
  • More Venezuela Protests As Death Toll Rises

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    The protest movement has drawn masses of people into the street almost every day since March, and shows no sign of slowing. "The Democratic Unity. will not go to Miraflores (presidential palace)", said Capriles on Sunday in a video address, in response to President Nicolas Maduro's invitation for the opposition to join in a National Constituent Assembly (ANC) on Monday.