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Pope Francis has sent a personal message to French President Emmanuel Macron, congratulating him on his inauguration to his new office and urging him to support the country's Christian traditions. In his first visit after his inauguration, Macron acknowledged the toll on the operation's French forces when he went to a military hospital in a Paris suburb and met with two soldiers injured in Mali a year ago.
  • ICJ's Jadhav verdict just a beginning, not victory: Soli Sorabjee

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    Islamabad's case before the ICJ. "The stay came after the Sharif Government had erroneously, or conspiratorially, accepted the jurisdiction of the ICJ on the matter". "It is irresponsible to do point scoring on the Kulbhushan Jadhav case", he said. Aziz noted that Europe was opposed to the death penalty and it was normal for the ICJ to stay Jadhav's execution.
  • Trump Spins Yet Another Narrative Onto Comey Firing

    Trump Spins Yet Another Narrative Onto Comey Firing

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    President Donald Trump lashed out at the appointment of a special counsel to investigate allegations that his campaign collaborated with Russian Federation to sway the 2016 election, tweeting Thursday that it is "the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history!" Referring to the whole sequence of events leading to Comey's firing, Cummings added: "I think that there may be quite a few people that may have some problems with the law".
  • US air strike killed several soldiers near Jordan, says Syrian military

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    The coalition-backed troops used "shows of force and warning shots" to try to get the pro-Syrian government force to move out of the area, according to the official. The Shia jihadists were reportedly pushing towards Al-Tanf as their Iraqi counterparts in the Tehran-backed but Iraqi state-sanctioned Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF) were pushing to claim the Iraqi town of Al-Ba'aj near the Iraqi-Syrian border.
  • James Comey Will Testify In An Open Session Before The Senate

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    The Post didn't name the official. News reports that Comey had written memos about his conversations with Trump since January have fueled that aspect of the probe. The adviser under scrutiny is not named but described as someone close to Trump. Rosenstein denied media reports from last week that Comey had asked him for additional resources for his investigation before Trump fired him.
  • Kevin Durant, Warriors fans gear up for Western Conference Finals against Spurs

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    The Spurs' big men only managed 2-for-5 shooting in the opening three minutes, leading San Antonio to abandon the strategy midway through the first quarter and sub Simmons for Gasol. San Antonio's wing duo of Danny Green and Jonathan Simmons played lockdown defence as Harden coughed up six turnovers. On Saturday, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich confirmed that Leonard will play in Sunday afternoon's Game 1 at Oracle Arena.
  • Trump Wants Flynn Back In White House

    Trump Wants Flynn Back In White House

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    But no lawyer is going to stop Trump from doing he what he wants, and he clearly wants to protect Flynn. Grassley referred to U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. Officials say Trump has remained resolute in defending Flynn even though aides, including White House Counsel Don McGahn, have reminded Trump of the Russian Federation investigation and other problems.
  • Eight Aussie companies hit in global cyber attack

    Eight Aussie companies hit in global cyber attack

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    Some GPs are asking people to consider whether they really need appointments. NHS England hospital trusts were sent details of a security patch last month that would have prevented Friday's malware attack. Microsoft took the unusual step of reissuing security patches first made available in March for Windows XP and other older versions of its operating system.
  • Plans new package of Venezuela sanctions soon

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    Mnuchin said . With the latest sanctions, the U.S. government said the court members were being targeted because they had "usurped the authority of Venezuela's democratically elected legislature". Maduro's government, however, accuses the opposition of seeking a violent coup and says numerous protesters are no more than "terrorists". State oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA has also seen minor sanctions over trade with Iran.
  • Rosenstein: Firing Comey Was 'Appropriate'

    Rosenstein: Firing Comey Was 'Appropriate'

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    House members leaving a briefing by the deputy attorney general on the probe of connections between Russian Federation and Donald Trump's presidential campaign say they're frustrated at not getting answers. The White House has struggled since Comey's firing to explain the chain of events that led to it and who exactly made the decision. Trump has cited Rosenstein's memo on Comey as contributing to his decision to fire him, while Democrats have criticized Rosenstein for agreeing to write ...