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Soubry said she had widespread support for her amendment, tweeting: "It would be in the national interest if the Government & official Opposition also backed it". He added: "But it will be on a voluntary basis; we will as a sovereign power have the right to choose to diverge and what we won't be doing is accepting changes in rules because the European Union unilaterally chooses to make those changes".
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    Ivanka Trump Follows No-Shoe Custom in South Korea

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    The Koreas held top-level summits in 2000 and 2007 during previous liberal South Korean governments that focused on engagement and cooperation with the North, and Moon is likely keen to have a third meeting. The Games have seen a flurry of cross-border visits and diplomacy on the habitually tense peninsula, where strains were racked up previous year as the North conducted a battery of weapons tests and its leader Kim Jong Un exchanged personal insults and threats of war with Trump.
  • Locals react to idea of arming teachers

    Locals react to idea of arming teachers

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    A New York City Dem branded the president's proposal to arm school staff as part of extra offensive and defensive measures against school shootings as "wildly irresponsible, John Wayne-like, something that only President Trump could propose in the midst of a national tragedy".
  • President Trump says guns only for 'gun adept teachers'

    President Trump says guns only for 'gun adept teachers'

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    He said: "I want certain highly adept people, people who understand weaponry, guns ". The U.S. leader said if capably trained teachers are armed with concealed weapons they could "immediately fire back if a savage sicko came to a school with bad intentions".
  • China Probing Possible Breach of UNSC's N Korea Sanctions During Sea Transfer

    China Probing Possible Breach of UNSC's N Korea Sanctions During Sea Transfer

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    The first daughter also said that the U.S.is committed to the maximum pressure campaign to ensure that the Korean Peninsula is denuclearized. The U.S. He vowed the US would "do everything" to stop the ship-to-ship transfers. The Security Council slapped three sets of sanctions on North Korea previous year: one on August 5, aimed at the iron, coal and fishing industries; another on September 11, squeezing textile trade and oil supplies; and the latest on December 22, targeting refined ...
  • Marion County teachers continue tor rally

    Marion County teachers continue tor rally

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    Teachers in Pendleton County said that poor pay means they can not keep teachers employed long, and therefore cannot give their students the education they deserve. When the teachers last struck statewide in 1990 , their pay ranked 49th in the nation. Teachers are anxious the proposed solution is only temporary or worse, especially if the state surplus turns out to be minimal.
  • ND's Lamoureux twins help lead USA Women's Hockey team to gold

    ND's Lamoureux twins help lead USA Women's Hockey team to gold

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    Lamoureux-Davidson and Rooney, though, made sure Team USA was at its best when it mattered most. The last save came against four-time Olympian Meghan Agosta to clinch a 3-2 victory that ended the Americans' 20-year gold medal drought. She is sure she's been nervous at times. "It is everything for our country", said Team USA coach Robb Stauber. "I don't think we have any regrets but this medal really hurts", she said .
  • New Raft of Federal Charges Against Manafort, Gates Across the Potomac

    New Raft of Federal Charges Against Manafort, Gates Across the Potomac

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    Dramatically escalating the pressure and stakes, special counsel Robert Mueller filed additional criminal charges Thursday against president Donald Trump's former campaign chairman and his business associate. They said more than $75 million passed through the men's offshore bank accounts, and that they laundered more than $30 million of income to hide it from the USA government.
  • 18 killed as 2 blasts, gunfire rock Somalia's capital

    18 killed as 2 blasts, gunfire rock Somalia's capital

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    At least 18 people were killed and 20 wounded when two vehicle bombs exploded on Friday near the presidential palace and a hotel in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, the city's main ambulance service said. This is the latest terrorist attack in Mogadishu in the past few months. The United States military for the second straight day is announcing a drone strike that killed al-Shabab extremists in Somalia.
  • Winter Olympics 2018: Ivanka Trump arrives for closing ceremony

    Winter Olympics 2018: Ivanka Trump arrives for closing ceremony

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    Trump was asked by her father, President Donald Trump , to lead the delegation and " eagerly accepted the opportunity", an administration official told reporters Wednesday. According to the ministry, Lee Joo-tae, the ministry's director-general in charge of inter-Korean exchanges and cooperation, will lead a three-member South Korean delegation for the working-level talks.
  • Florida School Shooting Survivor Rejects 'Crisis Actor' Claim

    Florida School Shooting Survivor Rejects 'Crisis Actor' Claim

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    On the right is David Hogg . People seated outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for days after the gruesome massacre. Conspiracy theorists have pushed a handful of false narratives about Hogg, accusing him of everything from being "coached " by his former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent father to being a pawn of anti-gun groups, and the worst of the bunch, that Hogg is a paid "crisis actor" who didn't actually survive the shooting.
  • 'Pathetically weak': Parkland shooting survivors, parents confront Senator Marco Rubio

    'Pathetically weak': Parkland shooting survivors, parents confront Senator Marco Rubio

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    Numerous students who survived last week's carnage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida have called for new gun control laws , and they were in the audience to grill Rubio about his Second Amendment stance. He did not say whether he would turn down an NRA contribution. Rubio suggested instead shoring up the existing federal background check system through the Fix NICS Act - a proposal that rewards states and agencies for updating criminal databases feeding the ...
  • Turnbull leading mega-delegation to US

    Turnbull leading mega-delegation to US

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    President Donald Trump has heaped praise on Australia and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a press conference at the White House. The leaders spoke in the Oval Office during a portion of the meeting that was open to USA and Australian journalists.
  • Trump doubles down on arming teachers, administrators

    Trump doubles down on arming teachers, administrators

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    Look, he's not suggesting that every gun owning teacher bring in their deer rifle to hide under their desks; he's talking about real-deal, skilled marksmen and women who have been trained and are comfortable handling firearms. "Must be offensive, defense alone won't work!" he added. "I would rather throw my body in front of a shooter or tackle a shooter and take that chance than I would ever taking a chance of one innocent life lost because one teacher is - I don't want to say forgetful - ...
  • Want an evening out with Trump Jr? You're probably too late

    Want an evening out with Trump Jr? You're probably too late

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    Menendez is a ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, in his letter, voiced his concerns that Mr. Trump's speech might send mixed or wrong message, that he speaks on behalf of his father the President or the United States, government or the administration, but not as a private individual or is he communicating the official American policy.
  • Vehicle strikes White House security barrier, driver in custody

    Vehicle strikes White House security barrier, driver in custody

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    A woman has been taken into custody after reportedly ramming a white minivan into a security barrier outside the White House. Despite reports of shots being fired, the US Secret Service said this was not the case on its Twitter page. In recent years, multiple individuals have attempted to unlawfully enter the White House grounds. Multiple "fence jumpers" were apprehended during the Obama administration.