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The Washington Post reported Monday that Trump disclosed sensitive intelligence to Russian politicians during a meeting last week in the Oval Office. "All at the same time as people are saying...and you have to be careful because [Trump's alleged security leak to Russia] is its own incident...but it's about Russia", Pelosi continued.
  • Amazon Lets Alexa Answer And Make Calls, Retrieve Messages

    Amazon Lets Alexa Answer And Make Calls, Retrieve Messages

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    Today, Amazon unveiled its thoroughly-leaked Echo Show, a $230 touchscreen Echo with streaming video for new and entertainment, which also happens to make video calls. Rather than having a real time phone call, your Alexa-using friends can send you audio snippets. The original Echo is priced at $180, while the smaller Echo Dot sells for $50, and the Echo Tap battery-powered unit goes for $130.
  • Ex-Hamas member named in killing of senior Hamas commander

    Ex-Hamas member named in killing of senior Hamas commander

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    Israel has a history of carrying out extrajudicial assassinations of Palestinian leaders, both political and military, including the killing of Hamas leader Ahmed Yassin in Gaza in 2004. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the sensitive case. Ismail Haniya, the newly-elected leader of Hamas's political wing, said on May 11 that more details would be released soon.
  • Russia dismisses explosive report about Trump sharing intel

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    The Russian government on Tuesday dismissed a Washington Post report that President Trump shared classified information with members of the Russian government during a meeting last week, calling it "nonsense" devoid of facts. In fact, accounts of the Trump-Lavrov/ Kisylak meeting spoke of how the US President boasted of getting the best intelligence. The turmoil has overshadowed Republican legislative priorities such as healthcare and tax reform and laid bare sharp divisions between the ...
  • Victoria police deciding whether to charge Cardinal Pell

    Victoria police deciding whether to charge Cardinal Pell

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    Victoria Police has received a brief of evidence from the Director of Public Prosecutions about its investigation into Cardinal George Pell, days after fresh details of historic sex abuse allegations were aired. The alleged abuse took place after Pell launched the Melbourne Response, an internal Catholic scheme for abuse victims. A separate statement from his Rome office on Saturday night, in response to a request for comment on the allegations, accused the book's publisher, Melbourne ...
  • New French prime minister took job because of 'unique' situation

    New French prime minister took job because of 'unique' situation

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    Philippe is "a prime minister who will bring everyone together around a progressive, daring, unifying program", said Gerard Collomb, the Socialist mayor of Lyon and one of the earliest backers of Macron. Philippe's age reinforced the generational shift in France's corridors of power and the image of youthful vigor that Macron is cultivating. Analysts say his appointment could convince other Republicans to support Mr Macron, who is looking to secure a working majority in crucial ...
  • India hopes for sovereign, independent, united Palestine: Modi to Palestinian Prez

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    Last night, while addressing an event at India Islamic Cultural Centre in New Delhi, President Abbas had said that India is a major player in global affairs and Palestine is looking forward for its continued support. Convicted Palestinian terrorist Marwan Barghouti has stopped drinking water as part of his hunger strike against the Israel Prisons Services. Hamas official Hani Islayim said that the march aimed to tell "hypocrites" that "we are staying in Palestine".
  • Apple Shows Off iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode In Its Latest Advert

    Apple Shows Off iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode In Its Latest Advert

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    The 60-second spot is packed with shots and packed with people in what is an attempt to highlight the professional output of the Portrait Mode app. The commercial shows a barber ramping up business by taking Depth of Field Portrait Mode images of haircuts in the shop on his iPhone 7 Plus, then printing the images and sticking them in the shop window to attract new customers through the doors.
  • Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation

    Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation

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    Comey in the memo. The White House issued a statement on Tuesday denying a report that former FBI Director James Comey was asked by President Trump to end the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. The Washington Post is reporting that President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information about Islamic State militants to Russian officials during a meeting at the White House last week.
  • Legge elettorale, ritirato testo base:

    Legge elettorale, ritirato testo base: "Tempi slitteranno"

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    Da regolamento, il relatore viene indicato dal presidente della commissione. Sulla legge elettorale è infatti in corso uno dei tanti capitoli delle frizioni nel centrodestra, visto che Forza Italia tifa per un proporzionale puro e si è detta disposta a votare l'Italicum corretto come testo base.
  • Supreme Court Rejects Appeal to Reinstate NC's Strict Voter-ID Law

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    Along with the photo ID requirement, the state law curtailed early voting, same-day registration, out-of-precinct voting and preregistration. Critics had attacked the law as limiting minority voters' rights, while an appeal from the Fourth Circuit opinion claimed that the law targeted African Americans "with nearly surgical precision".
  • Robeson County crash closes I-95 south of US-301

    Robeson County crash closes I-95 south of US-301

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    Social media posts by NCDOT state that a detour has been established for motorists and to expect delays. Sealey told WRAL-TV "at least three" and maybe four people were dead. Cars were backed up in both directions for miles. A ten mile detour on US 301 and Highway 130 has been set up. Motorists traveling north must take Exit 2 for NC-130 North and turn left onto NC-130 North.