• Mexico border WAR: '1,000 migrants rush vehicles' after violent clashes

    Mexico border WAR: '1,000 migrants rush vehicles' after violent clashes

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    Border Patrol agents have fired tear gas at migrants trying to sneak through holes in the fence, and some have reportedly thrown "projectiles" at Border Patrol agents. The same tear gas agent that the Trump administration is taking heat for deploying against a border mob this weekend is actually used fairly frequently - including a couple of times a month during some years under President Obama, according to Homeland Security data.
  • Busiest U.S.-Mexico border crossing reopens after violent clashes

    Busiest U.S.-Mexico border crossing reopens after violent clashes

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    Our chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay and his team have been on the front line of the migrants' struggle to make it across. In recent weeks, thousands of mostly Central American migrants have arrived in Tijuana by caravan. Irineo Mujica, who has accompanied the migrants for weeks as part of the aid group Pueblo Sin Fronteras, said the aim of Sunday's march toward the USA border was to make the migrants' plight more visible to the governments of Mexico and the U.S.
  • Gunmen storm Chinese Consulate in Karachi killing two police officers

    Gunmen storm Chinese Consulate in Karachi killing two police officers

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    The BLA is one of a number of separatist groups fighting for self-determination for Pakistan's western Balochistan province. Paramilitary forces and police during an attack on the Chinese embassy. Khan issued a statement , saying he has ordered a probe into Friday's attack. It added that the attack was part of a conspiracy aimed at undermining economic and strategic cooperation between the two nations.
  • Khashoggi Crisis Reshaping U.S. Relations with Saudi Arabia

    Khashoggi Crisis Reshaping U.S. Relations with Saudi Arabia

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    In leaking its conclusion that Prince Mohammed was responsible for the killing, the CIA was sending two messages: its willingness to take on Trump against the backdrop of a long strained relationship between the president and the intelligence community and the suggestion that the agency does not believe that Prince Mohammed's survival as king-in-waiting is crucial to U.S.
  • Judge Bars Enforcement of Trump’s Asylum Ban

    Judge Bars Enforcement of Trump’s Asylum Ban

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    President Trump has taken steps to limit who gets asylum in the USA, and his administration has faced legal challenges to those steps from civil rights groups. "The idea that in the United States we elect people to make very important decisions and then all of a sudden a completely unelected individual can step in with no knowledge of the subject matter and say , 'I don't really buy that, I'm going to institute a temporary restraining order , ' is freakish", said Arthur to host Laura Ingraham.
  • Trump issues Thanksgiving threat to close US-Mexico border

    Trump issues Thanksgiving threat to close US-Mexico border

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    Coast Guard that he and First Lady Melania Trump wanted to express their "profound gratitude". I have no choice, ' he noted after speaking to US troops to wish them a Happy Thanksgiving . We actually just closed it. By no means did he seal the border with Mexico. Most of the lanes were reopened before the morning rush hour. Trump's attacks on the Chief Justice were issued after Roberts made a rare rebuke against Trump's attacks against the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • EU, Britain agree draft deal on post-Brexit ties, await summit approval

    EU, Britain agree draft deal on post-Brexit ties, await summit approval

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    And of course she is not going to say she broke her promised to the people of Northern Ireland or she broke her manifesto promises to the people of the UK. Mrs May and Mr Juncker were expected to cover fishing rights and the movement of goods after Brexit , as well as the duration of the transition period and the British territory of Gibraltar, which lies on an outcrop off Spain.
  • Ivanka Trump used personal mail for government business

    Ivanka Trump used personal mail for government business

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    Emails regarding official White House business are required to be preserved under the presidential records act. The President's daughter - when questioned about the practice - said "she was not familiar with some details of the rules", according to people with knowledge of her reaction.
  • Ivanka Trump Vs Hillary Clinton Email Scandals

    Ivanka Trump Vs Hillary Clinton Email Scandals

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    It took on additional significance in recent weeks when Mr. McGahn left the White House and Mr. Trump appointed a relatively inexperienced political loyalist, Matthew G. In a November 13, 2017, letter, the Justice Department informed Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee that Sessions had "directed senior federal prosecutors to evaluate certain issues" the committee raised, which includes Clinton's role in approving the sale of Uranium One, and alleged illegal Clinton foundation ...
  • Possible Russian president of Interpol raises alarm in West

    Possible Russian president of Interpol raises alarm in West

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    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Washington was encouraging all nations and organizations that are part of Interpol to choose a leader with credibility and integrity. "The Interpol constitution has very specific rules, which forbid countries who are serial abusers from using the system". Financier Bill Browder , who Russia has long sought for supposedly ordering the killing of his own lawyer (who happened to accuse Russian officials of a $230 million (€200 million) tax fraud), ...
  • Trupti Desai aborts Sabarimala trip, vows to come back

    Trupti Desai aborts Sabarimala trip, vows to come back

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    Hundreds of right-wing Hindu activists are also camping in all these places to stop women from attempting to enter the temple. Administrators of Kerala's Sabarimala temple is seeking time to implement a Supreme Court order lifting a ban on the entry of women to the temple given the widespread protests .