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Sessions: No plans to resign after Trump criticism
Politico
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Thursday he plans to stay on in his current job, even after President Donald Trump harshly criticized him a day earlier for recusing himself from the ongoing Russia investigation. “I plan to continue to do so as ...
Trump set a red line for Robert Mueller. And now Mueller has reportedly crossed it.Washington Post
Trump criticizes Sessions and vents frustration at Russia investigation and leaders of the Justice Department and FBILos Angeles Times
Mueller has expanded the Russia probe to include Trump's business dealings — here's what he's looking atBusiness Insider
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CNN
Police: 2 African teens reported missing crossed into Canada
CNN
Washington (CNN) Two of the six teenagers who were reported missing while visiting Washington for an international robotics competition have crossed into Canada, police said Thursday. The six teens represented Burundi, a small country in East Africa, ...
Teens from African robotics team reported missing in WashingtonWashington Post
Teens from Burundi robotics team go missing in USBBC News
2 missing Burundi teens entered Canada; no foul play suspectedMinneapolis Star Tribune
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CNN
CIA no longer arming anti-Assad rebels, Washington Post reports
CNN
(CNN) US President Donald Trump has ordered the CIA to discontinue a program of arming and training anti-Assad rebels in Syria, according to a report in the Washington Post which cites unnamed US officials. The move is seen as controversial, given ...
Trump Ends Covert Aid to Syrian Rebels Trying to Topple AssadNew York Times
Trump's short-sighted decision to stop supporting Syrian rebelsWashington Examiner
ANALYSIS: How Trump's foreign policy has affected global relations since assuming officeABC News
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New York Times
As 'Brexit' Clock Ticks, UK Seems Adrift
New York Times
David Davis, left, the British secretary of state for exiting the European Union; and Michel Barnier, the chief negotiator for the European Union, in Brussels on Monday. Credit Thierry Charlier/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. LONDON — One was ...
Few compromises at Brexit talks, minister says UK can survive without dealReuters
Brexit: UK and EU at odds over 'exit bill'BBC News
EU, UK tiptoeing forward in vital Brexit divorce talksWashington Post
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CBS News
Saudi royal arrested over videos purportedly showing abuse
CBS News
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- A Saudi prince has been arrested after a video emerged online purporting to show him abusing someone and pointing a rifle at another. King Salman ordered the arrest and interrogation of the prince on Wednesday, a day ...
Video of beating shared on social media leads to Saudi prince arrestBBC News
Saudi prince arrested over bloody "assault" videoReuters
Saudi prince arrested after videos appear to show abuseABC News
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New York Times
India Elects President From Caste Once Known as 'Untouchables'
New York Times
Ram Nath Kovind in New Delhi last month. He was elected India's 14th president on Thursday. Credit Tsering Topgyal/Associated Press. NEW DELHI — A Dalit was elected India's 14th president on Thursday, a rare achievement for a member of a community ...
India elects Ram Nath Kovind, a member of 'untouchable' class, as presidentUSA TODAY
India low caste leader elected president in boost for Modi coalitionReuters
India's new president rose from poverty to high officeWashington Post
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CNN
Canadian official touches Queen, blames carpet for protocol breach
CNN
(CNN) Canada's Governor General helped Britain's Queen Elizabeth down some stairs and ended up raising eyebrows, after touching the monarch's elbow, in defiance of royal protocol. David Johnston -- the Queen's representative in Canada -- said he was ...
A top Canadian official just committed a serious faux pas by touching the queenWashington Post
Canadian Official Touches Queen Elizabeth in Possible Royal Protocol BreachNBCNews.com
Canada governor breaches protocol, touches Queen Elizabeth II's elbow for safety on stairsUSA TODAY
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Washington Post
The Latest: Turkey says it would reciprocate German threats
Washington Post
ISTANBUL — The Latest on relations between Turkey and Germany (all times local):. 7:05 p.m.. Turkey's foreign minister has accused Germany of engaging in “blackmail and threats” against Turkey and says Ankara would reciprocate those threats. Speaking ...
Germany steps up economic pressure on Turkey in rights rowReuters
Germany Warns Turkey on Investment, Visitors as Ties WorsenBloomberg
The Latest: Partner of German jailed in Turkey urges releaseMiami Herald
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USA TODAY
Cop's family implies shooting of Australian woman was a mistake
USA TODAY
MINNEAPOLIS — The family of the police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman outside her home here has released a statement implying the shooting was a tragic mistake. "We feel so bad about this, we are traumatized ourselves. It's so ...
Minneapolis officer doesn't have to talk to state agentsWTVM
Australian woman called 911 twice before she was shot deadWahpeton Daily News

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US Justice Department shuts down dark web bazaar AlphaBay
Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday law enforcement had knocked offline the dark web marketplace AlphaBay, working with international partners to shutter the site accused of allowing thousands of vendors to sell illegal ...

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