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McCabe had made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor-including under oath-on multiple occasions", according to the Washington Post . In May, Rosenstein appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller III as special counsel in the investigation into potential collusion between members of the Trump campaign and Russian officials.
  • Trump nudges GOP challenger out of Nevada Senate race, aiding Heller

    Trump nudges GOP challenger out of Nevada Senate race, aiding Heller

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    Tarkanian previously ran against Rosen, and lost, in the 3rd District in 2016. Republican Danny Tarkanian has agreed to drop his primary against Sen. Tarkanian has also run for Nevada Senate, Nevada secretary of state, U.S. Senate, the Nevada System of Higher Education and the House, twice. The results have yet to be certified in the district, which Trump won by 20 percentage points in 2016.
  • France backs Britain over Salisbury spy poisoning

    France backs Britain over Salisbury spy poisoning

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    Jeremy Corbyn drew criticism for his stance on the Salisbury incident after his spokesman said the history of the use of information from United Kingdom intelligence agencies is "problematic" and refused to say that the Labour leader accepted the Russian state was at fault.
  • Butler Grad Among Five Killed In Sunday's NYC Helicopter Crash

    Butler Grad Among Five Killed In Sunday's NYC Helicopter Crash

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    It was a great tragedy that we had here.' Those who died were Mr Cadigan and firefighter Brian McDaniel , also 26 and from Dallas; tourist Carla Vallejos Blanco from Argentina; and Liberty employees Tristan Hill and Daniel Thompson . NY Senator Chuck Schumer was quick to punish Liberty Helicopters. According to The Washington Post, Travis Howard, the owner of Retreat Gastro Pub had tried contacting police and local hospitals because his family had not heard from his brother-in-law, ...
  • Man beaten during Unite the Right rally found not guilty

    Man beaten during Unite the Right rally found not guilty

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    If Harris had been convicted, he would have faced up to 12 months in jail and a $2,500 fine. He became famous the worst kind of way a year ago. The acquittal is a relief for Harris, who was viciously beaten inside a parking garage next to the city's police department on August 12, 2017.
  • Khunmoh gunfight: Roads leading to Pulwama's Awantipora village sealed

    Khunmoh gunfight: Roads leading to Pulwama's Awantipora village sealed

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    A policeman from the special operation group takes position during an encounter in Kashmir. However, when the security forces were conducting searches in the nearby areas, militants hiding there after attack on BJP leader, opened fire. Till now, the police have recovered two bodies of militants and are conducting investigations in order to ascertain their identities. He was not wanted in any of the criminal cases in Telengana state.
  • Moscow warns Israel of 'anti-Russian hysteria' over spy's poisoning

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    May's office said in a statement that the two leaders spoke about the attempted murder of former spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia. "Many trails point to the fact that Russian Federation is responsible", Merkel said just before talks in Paris with French President Emmanuel Macron where they were expected to discuss an appropriate response to the attack.
  • Airstrikes kill dozens in eastern Ghouta as exodus continues

    Airstrikes kill dozens in eastern Ghouta as exodus continues

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    Syrians flee their homes with their belongings in the town of Beit Sawa in Syria's besieged eastern Ghouta region on 4 March 2018, following reported air strikes. Different casualty tolls are common in the immediate aftermath of big attacks. The Kurdish YPG militia defending Afrin said it was battling the Turkish forces who tried to storm the town from the north.
  • NCAA Tournament 2018, Montana vs MI

    NCAA Tournament 2018, Montana vs MI

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    The Tigers started the season 0-13 against a rough schedule and didn't win a game until January 1. The Wolverines also prevented Montana from scoring for a 9:49 stretch in the beginning of the second half. 14 seed Montana (25-8) failed to score, and chugged into a matchup with sixth-seeded Houston - a last-second victor over San Diego State - in the second round of the West Region.
  • 2018 budget: Buhari meets National Assembly leaders tonight

    2018 budget: Buhari meets National Assembly leaders tonight

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    Those who attended the meeting from the executive arm include Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari; Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha; the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina; the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu; as well as the Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Ita Enang.
  • USA extends sanctions against Russian Federation

    USA extends sanctions against Russian Federation

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    The list of Russians now under sanction includes the 13 indicted last month by USA special counsel Robert Mueller as part of his Russia-related investigation into alleged election interference. Moscow will add more Americans to its "black list" in response to new USA sanctions against Russia, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Friday.
  • Amber Alert issued for missing American teen in Mexico

    Amber Alert issued for missing American teen in Mexico

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    Yu and Esterly went missing on March 5, less than a month after authorities were notified the two were meeting and communicating without the knowledge of the girl's mother. While Yu has asserted that Esterly tricked her daughter into leaving, others say the teen helped plan the escape. "I love you, '" she said. In a group text that day, which included Luu and Esterly's wife, Esterly called the allegation of any improper relationship with the girl "lies and speculation".
  • 'It looks like the Russians were behind it'

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    Britain had demanded Russian Federation disclose details of the programme to the OPCW by midnight on Tuesday, but Moscow refused to respond to the "language of ultimatums". Skripal, a former colonel in the GRU who betrayed dozens of Russian agents to British intelligence, and his daughter are critically ill. The pair are hospitalized in critical condition in Salisbury, 90 miles (145 kilometers) southwest of London .
  • Moscow will expel British diplomats, says Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

    Moscow will expel British diplomats, says Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

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    Foreign secretary Boris Johnson said a sample of the novichok nerve agent would be sent for analysis to the global Organisation For The Prohibition Of Chemical Weapons after Russian Federation cast doubt on its identity. But Australia has no plans to introduce a Magnitsky Act, like those in the UK, United States and Canada, which allow sanctions against Russians connected to human rights violations.
  • South East Asian heads of state descend on Sydney for ASEAN summit

    South East Asian heads of state descend on Sydney for ASEAN summit

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    The inclusion of Myanmar leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen in the meeting has drawn criticism, and large protests are planned against both. Professor Evans said Mr Turnbull needed to be frank when he sits down for a bilateral meeting with Cambodian prime minister. Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace laureate, has been vehemently condemned by human rights activists for failing to take action amid a military crackdown on her country's minority Rohingya Muslims .
  • Banksy mural in NY highlights case of jailed Turkish artist

    Banksy mural in NY highlights case of jailed Turkish artist

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    In a statement issued to the New York Times , Banksy said: "I really feel for her". "One year ago Zehra Dogan was jailed for painting this watercolour of a photograph she saw in the newspaper". She was charged with being connected to the Kurdistan Workers' Party, an armed group calling for an independent Kurdish state within Turkey. During her trial, she argued that the painting was part of her work as a journalist-she is best-known for founding Jinha , a feminist Kurdish news agency.