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Tehran and Moscow have helped Assad turn the course of the war against an array of opponents ranging from Western-backed rebels to Islamist militants, while Turkey is a leading opposition supporter and has troops in the country. Meanwhile, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that the country will continue to kill "terrorists" in Idlib and elsewhere in Syria to bring back peace.
  • Trump won't say if Sessions' job is safe past November

    Trump won't say if Sessions' job is safe past November

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    Thursday he told the outlet, "I do question what Jeff is doing". Trump told Bloomberg News in an interview that Sessions, whom he has repeatedly attacked for recusing himself from oversight of the Russian Federation probe, was safe in his job until the November congressional elections .
  • Judge Nap: Trump's Criticism of Sessions Provides 'Fodder' for Mueller, Never Trumpers

    Judge Nap: Trump's Criticism of Sessions Provides 'Fodder' for Mueller, Never Trumpers

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    Hunter has not exited his race, while Collins ended his re-election bid days after his indictment. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) and Chris Collins (R-N.Y.), Trump suggested that allowing Hunter and Collins to run for their Republican seats in the upcoming midterm elections without informing the public of the charges would be preferable to following the rule of law, and sarcastically slammed Sessions for potentially harming the GOP's control over Congress.
  • Sheriff: Man shot after concert tickets argument

    Sheriff: Man shot after concert tickets argument

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    Sheriffs then tasered the suspect and opened fire when tasering couldn't contain him. The man, identified as 22-year-old Daniel Elizarraras, was taken to hospital and is expected to survive, the San Diego Sheriff's Department stated . His condition was not immediately available. The racetrack, at Del Mar Fairgrounds, is located about 21 miles north of downtown San Diego along the Pacific coast.
  • Brazil's electoral court to decide whether Lula can run

    Brazil's electoral court to decide whether Lula can run

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    Brazil's top electoral court ruled Friday that jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva can not run in this year's presidential election due to a corruption conviction. Lula's social media followers remain upbeat, though. But da Silva and party have lost much of that appeal over the last several years due to a stumbling economy under his hand-picked successor Dilma Rousseff and a sprawling corruption probe that has ensnared many top businessmen and politicians, including da ...
  • JD.com head Liu briefly held in United States for sexual misconduct

    JD.com head Liu briefly held in United States for sexual misconduct

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    The 45-year-old businessman was released from jail on Saturday afternoon pending possible criminal charges, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. Investors flinched slightly at the news Friday of Liu's arrest , but JD.com stock value had rebounded by the end of the day. His wife, Zhang Zetian, some 19 years younger, is a businesswomen and internet celebrity.
  • Pentagon moves to scrap US$300 million in aid to Pakistan

    Pentagon moves to scrap US$300 million in aid to Pakistan

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    Shah apprised U.S. was not giving any aid rather reimbursing Pakistan's expenditures incurred in WoT under Coalition Support Fund. The Trump administration has claimed Islamabad is granting safe haven to militants who are waging a 17-year-old war in neighboring Afghanistan - a charge Pakistan denies .
  • Republicans 'cherry-picked' Russia probe documents to quiz U.S. official: Democrats

    Republicans 'cherry-picked' Russia probe documents to quiz U.S. official: Democrats

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    House of Representatives judiciary and government oversight panels, which on Tuesday questioned Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr about his ties with former MI6 officer Christopher Steele . The details of the exchange were confirmed to The Associated Press by multiple people. And they reflect the concern of Steele, a longtime Federal Bureau of Investigation informant whose Democratic-funded research into Trump ties to Russian Federation was compiled into a dossier, that the ...
  • Canada trade talks going down to wire

    Canada trade talks going down to wire

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    The Toronto newspaper obtained an account of the comments and was able to report on them because it was not bound to Trump's off-the-record understanding, which was with Bloomberg . "If we don't make a fair deal for the USA after decades of abuse, Canada will be out". Canada won't give in to USA demands to kill the Chapter 19 panels, a Canadian official familiar with talks said Friday.
  • John McCain: Obama and Bush to lead Washington service

    John McCain: Obama and Bush to lead Washington service

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    Bush , who beat McCain in their party's 2000 presidential nominating contest, will pay tribute to McCain. The list of lawmakers, ex-aides and friends who will serve as his pallbearers is also replete with symbolism: they include Vladimir Kara-Murza, a Russian dissident and a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has survived two poisoning attempts.
  • Syrian war: United Nations warns Russia, Iran and Turkey against battle in Idlib

    Syrian war: United Nations warns Russia, Iran and Turkey against battle in Idlib

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    It is also potentially the most risky. An estimated 2,000 US military personnel remain inside Syria and have clashed with Russian and Russian-backed forces. In April, the U.S., France and Britain launched punitive strikes after a chlorine gas attack on a suburb of Damascus then held by the opposition. "I assure you that we do not have chemical weapons and are not able to use them", he added, according to Syrian state news agency SANA .
  • At least four dead in New Mexico after bus collides with truck

    At least four dead in New Mexico after bus collides with truck

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    He said officers believe there were 48 people on the bus, but a Greyhound spokeswoman put the number of passengers at 49. The driver of the truck sustained injuries that were not life-threatening, the state police said. Several other passengers have been reported injured. The company says it is cooperating with authorities and plans its own investigation. First responders work the scene of a collision between a Greyhound passenger bus and a semi-truck Thursday on Interstate 40 near the ...
  • Sen. John McCain's body arrives in DC

    Sen. John McCain's body arrives in DC

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    Fitzgerald also discussed his need to visit Vietnam to see what McCain endured, telling the roughly 3,500 people in attendance, "I wanted to see the places where the will of John McCain was tested and forged", Fitzgerald said, according to ESPN .
  • Mystery Doorbell Woman Found, 'Family Violence Victim'

    Mystery Doorbell Woman Found, 'Family Violence Victim'

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    She was seen to be barefoot, wearing only a T-shirt and a broken restraint on her wrist. She is not being identified due to her status as a family violence victim, but officials confirmed she is safe and with family now. And there's more to this story: on Wednesday afternoon in that same neighborhood subdivision where the viral videos were taken, a 49-year-old man reportedly died by suicide.
  • No Need to Resume US-South Korea Wargames

    No Need to Resume US-South Korea Wargames

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    Now, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is looking to capitalise on an easing in global tensions with his isolated regime to advance plans for a high-speed rail network to rival those in Europe and neighbouring South Korea . And although crypto has roots in almost every country, nation, and region, many would fail to believe that crypto has garnered adoption in North Korea, which has become known for its nature as a so-called 'hermit kingdom'.
  • Senator John McCain Remembered for Courage, Service, Patriotism

    Senator John McCain Remembered for Courage, Service, Patriotism

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    Trump and McCain were at odds until the end. You will be missed, Senator McCain. Bush was among those expected to speak at McCain's funeral. Trump's Tweet followed a day of silence from the White House , as the President did not comment the family's announcement on Friday that the legislator for Arizona made known his decision to suspend medical treatment.
  • John McCain's farewell letter: 'Do not despair of our present difficulties'

    John McCain's farewell letter: 'Do not despair of our present difficulties'

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    The two men who defeated Mr. McCain in his White House campaigns, Republican George W. Bush in 2000 and Democrat Barack Obama in 2008, are expected to deliver eulogies at a Saturday service at the National Cathedral in Washington. Davis read a posthumous statement that made a final jab at Mr. Trump. John McCain's death, President Donald Trump says he respects the senator's "service to our country" and has signed a proclamation to fly the USA flag at half-staff until his burial.