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Every country on earth wants to take wealth out of the USA, always to our detriment. Washington also wants China to stop subsidizing Chinese companies with cheap loans, claiming that this allows them to compete unfairly. Third, it is demanding stringent limits and reductions in China's current policy requiring USA nextgen technology transfer from U.S. businesses operating in China.
  • Zimbabwean leader appeals for calm after election violence

    Zimbabwean leader appeals for calm after election violence

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    Chamisa and Mnangagwa were the main contenders in Monday's vote , the first since Robert Mugabe was forced to resign after a de facto coup in November, after almost four decades years in power. The President said the MDC Alliance leadership has to remove its violent supporters from the streets forthwith so that peace returns in the country.
  • Trump says Koch brothers are a

    Trump says Koch brothers are a "total joke"

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    Her Senate seat, along with those in West Virginia, Indiana, Montana and Missouri, are critical given the Republicans' narrowly 51-49 hold on the chamber. Cramer has the endorsement of President Trump , and at a campaign rally in Fargo, North Dakota last month, said he will be with the president "100 percent of the time".
  • Police fatally shoot resident who shot home intruder

    Police fatally shoot resident who shot home intruder

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    One call was very specific and dire: A woman said an intruder was breaking into her home in the middle of the night. The officers later encountered an armed man , according to the news release. "He's very friendly. Every time we've seen him, he'd wave", the resident's neighbor said. The police department voice mail ends with an appeal: "Thank you for calling the city of Aurora, the safest large city in Colorado".
  • Zimbabwe Protesters Killed as Nation Awaits Presidential Election Results

    Zimbabwe Protesters Killed as Nation Awaits Presidential Election Results

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    The Southern African Development Community called the elections "a political watershed in Zimbabwe's history", but with some shortcomings, urging anyone with grievances to refrain from violence. Another 58 seats are yet to be declared. Chamisa has said he is confident of victory, and has threatened in the lead-up to the polls he will not to accept a Zanu-PF victory.
  • Swedish crown jewels stolen in brazen heist

    Swedish crown jewels stolen in brazen heist

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    Royal Central reports that the crowns were burial crowns that were later exhumed and put on display at the cathedral. "It's 1-0 to them right now", police spokesperson Thomas Agnevik said. They asked the public for help, while Sweden's main news agency, TT, said an global inquiry for the artifacts would be made in Interpol's system.
  • Zimbabwe election protesters clash with police

    Zimbabwe election protesters clash with police

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    Defeat for the ruling party would likely lead "to a denunciation of the election by the Mnangagwa administration and the potential for the military to intervene to secure power for ZANU-PF", the London-based BMI risk consultancy said. Why are the army here beating us? shooting us? This is the first time in 16 years that the government has allowed European Union and U.S. election monitors into the country.
  • #FreedomFlotilla: Israel stops al-Awda medical aid boat entering Gaza

    #FreedomFlotilla: Israel stops al-Awda medical aid boat entering Gaza

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    Unite expects Mike Treen to be deported back to New Zealand in the next week, although in 2010 the Freedom Flotilla was viciously attacked by Israeli commandos and ten activists were murdered, with "circumstances of the killing of at least six of the passengers were in a manner consistent with an extra-legal, arbitrary and summary execution" according to a United Nations report .
  • Polar bear killed after attacking cruise ship employee near North Pole

    Polar bear killed after attacking cruise ship employee near North Pole

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    The team failed to spot that there was a bear on the shore and it charged the man. He suffered a head injury, the cruise company said. A polar bear was shot and killed after attacking a cruise ship guard on an archipelago in Norway . "'Let's get too close to a polar bear in its natural environment and then kill it if it gets too close, ' Morons", actor-comedian Ricky Gervais tweeted.
  • Rand Paul announces he'll support Brett Kavanaugh

    Rand Paul announces he'll support Brett Kavanaugh

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    Joe Donnelly (D-IN), another vulnerable Democratic senator up for re-election this year, announced he plans to meet with Kavanaugh on August 15. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer wants to see Brett Kavanaugh's records from his tenure in the George W.
  • AG sues to bar online 3D printer gun plans

    AG sues to bar online 3D printer gun plans

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    In the lawsuit filed Monday, the attorneys general claimed that this "temporary modification" violates the Administrative Procedure Act because, the states claim, "there is no indication in the Settlement Agreement (or elsewhere) that any analysis, study or determination was made by the Government Defendants, in consultation with other agencies, before the Government agreed to remove" the files from Category I of the US munitions list.
  • What does Mueller have? Manafort trial offers glimpse

    What does Mueller have? Manafort trial offers glimpse

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    The indictment was brought by special counsel Robert Mueller , the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director who is looking into Russian meddling in the presidential election, but the charges are not connected to Manafort's time as Trump's campaign chairman.
  • There's a $70000 Bounty on This Skilled Dog's Head

    There's a $70000 Bounty on This Skilled Dog's Head

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    A few months ago, the tenacious hound also detected 77 kilos of cocaine placed deep inside an industrial machine. The dog is credited with the arrest of 245 suspects and is a national hero in Colombia , where adults and children often take selfies with their arms wrapped around Sombra's furry neck.
  • Putin says he has invited Trump to Moscow

    Putin says he has invited Trump to Moscow

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    Trump slammed the testimony as "a disgrace to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, it was a disgrace to this country and you would say that was a total witch hunt". elections. "We have to proceed not from emotions, but from the real assessment of economic conditions and prospects of its development and (the development of) the social sphere", Putin said.