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John McCain, the Senate Armed Services Committee's Republican chairman, for the administration's failure to present an overarching strategy for Afghanistan. Army General John Nicholson, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, told Congress that he could use an infusion of United States and allied troops to bolster support for the Afghan army.
  • Remembering the Fallen at Arlington

    Remembering the Fallen at Arlington

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    Army captain. "Since the first volley of gunfire in the revolution, courageous Americans in every generation have answered the call of duty, and won victory for freedom in its hour of need", Trump said during his speech. David Horton summed it up by noting there are three days a year set aside for honoring members of the military. Trump called on Americans to look into the eyes of people who had lost loved ones in the military and thank them for their sacrifice.
  • Alonso: I'll be back with McLaren, if we're winning

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    The Spaniard has struggled in the first five races so far this season and just when McLaren looked like they were making progress with their auto, things have taken a turn for the worst. Until I sit down in September, October or whatever, after the summer, as I've always said, I can not say 100 per cent about anything now". "I've always enjoyed the Canadian Grand Prix ", added Alonso.
  • NSA contractor was afraid she would 'disappear' after arrest

    NSA contractor was afraid she would 'disappear' after arrest

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    Winner wrote , "On a positive note, this Tuesday when we become the United States of the Russian Federation, Olympic lifting will be the national sport". She is scheduled to appear before a federal judge Thursday for a detention hearing. "She's, she's our victor. So". "She called us (Sunday) night". An Instagram account that appears to belong to victor - it has a photo of victor in uniform with her last name clearly visible - is nearly entirely nonpolitical.
  • British PM, rival face angry voters as election nears

    British PM, rival face angry voters as election nears

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    He said: 'I would do everything I can to ensure that any threat is actually dealt with earlier on by negotiations and by talks, so that we do adhere to our obligations under the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. "I had the balls to call an election". With the pollsters all testing so many variables and adjustments in this election, it is not surprising that there is a huge range of forecasts, Lauderdale said."As far as I can tell, the major differences I am seeing are not down to the raw ...
  • Boston student competing in national spelling bee

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    In the morning, Propper passed her first test in the oral competition, correctly spelling "capoeira", a noun that describes a Brazilian martial art influenced by dance and music. The finals are now being broadcast on ESPN 2. Sycamore School's Nicholas Ivan (left) after winning the IUPUI spelling bee in March to qualify for the national bee.
  • Trump waives law requiring US move its embassy to Jerusalem

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    Israel considers all of the city its indivisible capital. Instead, it sees East Jerusalem as occupied by Israel. The White House has indicated Trump had not yet made a final decision. The pro-Western kingdom had warned that such a move was a "red line" that it would bolster extremists if crossed. In an interview in February with the newspaper Israel Hayom, which is owned by Adelson, Trump appeared to signal that he was rethinking his views on the move.
  • Maute Group kills 19 civilians in Marawi siege

    Maute Group kills 19 civilians in Marawi siege

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    In tandem to the military onslaught, the army was also carrying out rescues operations, freeing civilians trapped in jihadist-held areas and bringing them to safety. Col. Alex Aduca, chief of the Army's 4th Mechanized Infantry Battalion, said in a phone interview with Radio DZMM that the evacuees would be denied entry to Iligan and instead sent to "consolidation and processing areas" in Matungao and Tagoloan towns, where they would be given basic services.
  • President Trump Plans to Exit the Paris Accord on Climate Change

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    Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to give a sort of season-finale tone to the crucial decision: "I will make my final decision on the Paris Accord next week!" The president has previously suggested he believes climate change is a hoax, tweeting in 2012: "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make US manufacturing non-competitive".