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Trump still hired Flynn, but he fired him three weeks after the start of his administration because he misled Vice President Mike Pence about conversations he had with the Russian ambassador to the United States about economic sanctions. In March, Flynn offered to testify before congressional intelligence committees in exchange for immunity from prosecution, but his offer was rejected.
  • French President-elect Emmanuel Macron prepares for challenges ahead

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    Macron's new party is casting its net wide as it seeks support for a majority that will allow him to push through reforms to revive an economy dogged by high unemployment and poor growth. "We will be there to remind him of it as often as necessary, as loudly as necessary, as resolutely as necessary, " she said. A poll showed that only 52 percent of voters want a pro-Macron government to emerge from the elections, while 42 percent favoured a legislature that would be a check on the new ...
  • Trump, Putin to meet in July, Russians announce

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    Lavrov is familiar with the Russian hacking and meddling line, having denied his government's involvement in trying to influence the outcome of the election in favor of Trump. Putin and Trump already had discussed a July meeting during a phone call in the past week. "You're kidding! You're kidding". Trump insisted that wasn't the case.
  • Curry, Warriors finish sweep of Jazz

    Curry, Warriors finish sweep of Jazz

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    Before moving on, here are a few takeaways from a the decisive Game 4 between the Warriors and Jazz. Curry entered the game averaging 26.7 points in the playoffs, but Thompson had struggled against the Jazz. Even so, Hayward emerged as an All-Star and All-NBA candidate while Gobert improved offensively and dominated defensively. They're first in rebounds, first in blocks, first in deflections, first in points allowed and No.
  • Anti-missile system exposes tension between USA and South Korea

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    That was the second Korean summit. Moon Jae-in used his victory speech as an opportunity to reiterate his commitment to peace between the South and North of the Korean peninsula. North Korea has conducted two nuclear tests and test-fired almost 30 missiles since a year ago. Moon's victory reverses more than a decade of conservative rule that has seen strong ties with the US, which maintains about 28,500 servicemembers in South Korea.
  • Mosca, arrestato attivista italiano: lottava contro persecuzioni gay in Cecenia

    Mosca, arrestato attivista italiano: lottava contro persecuzioni gay in Cecenia

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    Open Russia, l'organizzazione fondata dall'ex oligarca e capo della Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky fa sapere che anche quattro attivisti russi sono stati fermati dalla polizia mentre portavano alla procura generale di Mosca oltre due milioni di firme - raccolte in forma digitale - per chiedere l'apertura di un'indagine sulle presunte persecuzioni dei gay in Cecenia .
  • White House fumes after Kremlin releases Trump meeting photos

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    Trump met today with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov of Russian Federation, following on the visit of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to Moscow last month", it read . presidential election. The US, along with some European allies, has imposed several rounds of economic sanctions on Russian Federation in response to what they called the annexation of Crimea and destabilising activities in eastern Ukraine.
  • Labour Party Manifesto Leaked : Corbyn Plans to Re-Nationalize Rails, Mail

    Labour Party Manifesto Leaked : Corbyn Plans to Re-Nationalize Rails, Mail

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    Mr Brown repeatedly spoke of getting "advocates" and "champions" for the region elected to the Commons. Jeremy Corbyn's day took another dramatic turn when the vehicle he was travelling in ran over a BBC cameraman's foot. Labour's draft manifesto has been leaked, revealing Corbyn's intentions were he to become Prime Minister. A leaked copy of the manifesto also shows that the Labour Party will consider to re-nationalise energy, firms, railways, bus companies and Royal Mail , which was ...
  • White House furious after being trolled with Russia Oval Office photos

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    In a stunning development, Trump on Tuesday fired FBI Director James Comey, whose agency is investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election and the possibility Trump associates may have colluded with Moscow. "Was he fired?" Lavrov asked. The reporter answered "yes". Officials said that Vladimir Putin had requested the meeting, a quid-pro-quo for his recent face-to-face with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Moscow.
  • Robert Mugabe 'Not Asleep Just Resting His Eyes'

    Robert Mugabe 'Not Asleep Just Resting His Eyes'

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    But Mugabe's spokesman, George Charamba, blamed the president's eyes, and told the newspaper the Herald that local opticians suggested he should seek treatment overseas. Mugabe's trips to Singapore were also a result of his eyesight problems, Charamba said. During the medical trips, "the rest of his body gets attended to here" by a physician who is not only Zimbabwean but "is actually black", the spokesman added.