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Opposition parties have been demanding snap elections and his impeachment, the BBC said. That luck ran out when bribery charges were filed Monday. Last Thursday, Supreme Court Justice Edson Fachin sent the PGR a copy of the police investigation into Temer , with which began the countdown of the five-day legal deadline for the prosecution to be presented or not.
  • McCain: Americans 'stupid' to travel to North Korea

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    No ban is imminent, but deliberations gained new urgency after Warmbier's death, said the official, who requested anonymity to discuss internal diplomatic discussions. Three of the five people interviewed work in North Korea and the other two were on tours. Moon, a center-left politician who was sworn in last month after a landslide election win, favors engagement with the North to bring it to the negotiating table, rather than the hardline stance taken by the conservative government of ...
  • Saudi Authorities Detain Three Iranian Revolutionary Guards

    Saudi Authorities Detain Three Iranian Revolutionary Guards

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    The Saudi version of the story presents them all as Iranian Revolutionary Guard. Aghababaie said "even if the boats had entered Saudi waters, the coastguard were not authorised to open fire". " There is no evidence that they are military personnel ", ILNA news agency quoted Aghababaie as saying. The Foreign Ministry spokesman said the Saudi coast guard's move to shoot and kill an Iranian fisherman was illegal and devoid of any justification.
  • European Union ready for Brexit negotiations, says Merkel

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    May called for the election last April, saying she hoped to expand her parliamentary majority. He believes his party still has "more to do" and needs to learn lessons so it can go on to win a majority. Tusk added on Twitter: "We don t know when Brexit talks start". The Times newspaper's front page declared "May stares into the abyss". EU Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger said it could be possible to discuss closer ties between Britain and the EU than May had initially planned.
  • Rosenstein says he's seen no good cause to fire counsel

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    Ruddy told PBS he thinks firing Mueller "would be a very significant mistake, even though I don't think there's a justification. for a special counsel". "Republicans are delusional if they think the special counsel is going to be fair", he wrote . Look who he is hiring.check fec reports . Firing Mueller might tilt the race for control of the House to the Democrats.
  • Trump tweet appears to confirm investigation

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    The somewhat vague tweet seems to refer to Rosenstein , who wrote a memo outlining an argument against former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James B. Kushner's business dealings. Rosenstein also appointed Robert Mueller to investigate ties between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. The White House initially said the memo was critical to the decision, but Mr Trump later later said it was irrelevant, because he'd made up his mind beforehand.
  • Trump slams obstruction of justice story on Twitter

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    The Justice Department's investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 election is looking at Kushner's multiple roles in the Trump administration, including the Trump campaign's 2016 data analytics operation; his relationship with former national security adviser Michael Flynn; and Kushner's own contacts with Russians, according to USA officials briefed on the probe.
  • Dozens killed, wounded in attack on Afghanistan police headquarters

    Dozens killed, wounded in attack on Afghanistan police headquarters

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    Last week, a Taliban infiltrator in the Afghan army shot two US soldiers dead before being killed . A massive attack in April on the same Shaheen base by Taliban militants left scores of Afghan soldiers dead. Two police officers were killed and five wounded during the attack, Reuters reports , citing Danish. The others held out against Afghan special forces that had responded to the attack, he said.
  • Not much new in Trump's Cuba policy

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    During his speech, Trump slammed Cuba for human rights abuses, saying, "The Castro regime has shipped arms to North Korea and fueled chaos in Venezuela". The Cuban government has made clear it will not be pressured into reforms in exchange for further engagement with Washington. He's warned that returning to a "get tough" policy hurts everyday Cubans whose livelihoods are increasingly rooted in travel and tourism.
  • Sen. Kamala Harris: Not backing down is in ex-prosecutor's DNA

    Sen. Kamala Harris: Not backing down is in ex-prosecutor's DNA

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    After the California democrat was interrupted by the Senate Intelligence Committee's chair - for the second time in two weeks - her name began trending on Twitter right alongside Sessions' . And we talked about the real principle that is at stake is one that I have some appreciation for as having spent 15 years in the department of justice, 12 as United States attorney.
  • Scalise Shooting Suspect Campaigned for Bernie Sanders

    Scalise Shooting Suspect Campaigned for Bernie Sanders

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    Robert Becker, who oversaw Sanders' campaign in Iowa and other key states, said none of the campaign field organizers in Iowa or IL could remember a volunteer named James Hodgkinson . Investigators said they found anti-Trump messages on the shooter's Facebook social media page. "I yelled, 'Quit shooting toward the houses, '" Schaumleffel said.