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by | February 02, 2018 | 11:08

In a report cited to "sources familiar with the meeting" by CNN , Trump asked Rosenstein - who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation - where the Russian Federation probe is going and may have inquired about his loyalty.

by | February 01, 2018 | 01:14

An Arizona man identified in court documents as a "person of interest" after the Las Vegas massacre says he sold ammunition to the gunman Stephen Paddock. Haig anxious that any public accounts linking him to Paddock could cause him harm. Police also found five suitcases, five rifle cases, binoculars, a spotter scope, a portable solar generator, 1050 empty bullet casings and $273 in cash.

by | February 01, 2018 | 01:12

The decision by Thomson Reuters to partner with Blackstone is the product of four years of sporadic discussions between the two companies, which picked up steam starting in mid-2017. As part of the deal, Blackstone has secured a 30-year agreement with Reuters' news division for continued editorial content at a price of $325 million annually.

by | February 01, 2018 | 01:10

All three vehicles in the convoy suddenly changed direction after spotting the marked patrol auto. It turns out, the vehicles were stuffed with 9,000 pounds of oranges. They lacked the proper permits, however, to be carrying that much fruit. The pictures, posted on Twitter by the city's emergency services, shows police officers putting the oranges in sacks.

by | January 31, 2018 | 11:06

Earlier this month, the state government of Hawaii issued an emergency cell-phone alert , warning the islands' residents of an incoming ballistic missile. The employee who petrified hundreds of thousands of people by issuing a false missile alert to the U.S. state of Hawaii genuinely thought the state was under attack, it has been revealed.

by | January 31, 2018 | 11:05

Eleven political parties in Nagaland on Monday decided not to issue ticket or file nominations for the elections to press for an early solution to the seven-decade-old insurgency issue ahead of the election. "They are suspended immediately from the primary and active party membership; whatever they have signed is without the directives of the central leaders and so must be not considered as authentic and from the party", the BJP reportedly said in a release.

by | January 31, 2018 | 11:04

MESC added that as many as 270 million people may have felt these tremors. According to news agency IANS, tremors were felt in many parts of Himachal Pradesh as well. According to Pak media, at least one person died and several others were injured in Balochistan's Lasbela. The epicentre of the quake is believed to be very close to Jarm in Afghanistan.

by | January 31, 2018 | 11:06

Mr Manchin explained the President's behaviour by saying that Mr Trump was having a hard time adjusting from life as a NY businessman to life as a Washington politician. This isn't quite right. The report says it's his "plan B" if the case begins to go against him and part of a continuing strategy to discredit the investigation.

by | January 30, 2018 | 02:00

The aim of the Tuesday congress is to bring Syria closer to creating a post-war constitution, after two days of separate UN-backed talks in Vienna last week closed with the warring sides not even meeting face to face to discuss the groundwork for the document.

by | January 30, 2018 | 01:58

Earlier this month, they charged the 66-year-old with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen . He was also indicted Monday in the deaths of Majeed Kayhan, 58, who went missing in 2012; Sorousk Mahmudi, 50, whose disappearance was reported nearly three years ago; and 47-year-old Dean Lisowick, who was homeless and was believed to have been murdered in 2016 or 2017.

by | January 30, 2018 | 01:58

Her friend, Ludovic Giambiasi thanked the rescue team in a post on Facebook , and called the decision to abandon the search for Mackiewicz "terrible and painful". The French consul in Islamabad is following the rescue operation closely and is in touch with Revol's family, who are now in France, a French official told the AP on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to be named publicly.

by | January 29, 2018 | 11:45

The fighting subsided by the evening after Prime Minister Ahmed bin Daghr ordered a truce and instructed forces loyal to the government to return to barracks, witnesses said. "It calls on all Yemeni political and social components to be calm and to restrain themselves, adhering to the language of calm dialogue". The prime minister stressed that the UAE is the "decision maker" in Aden .

by | January 29, 2018 | 11:42

Some 70 people, including Russian nationals, took part in a demonstration in support of the boycott of the presidential election in Russia that was staged on Wenceslas Square in Prague centre on Sunday. Protests were reported in dozens of cities, from the Pacific Coast to the Baltic Sea exclave of Kaliningrad. Police said they were probing a bomb threat.

by | January 29, 2018 | 11:37

Monday's attack on an Afghan army battalion killed at least 11 soldiers and wounded 16, a defence ministry spokesman said. "The last attacker is still clashing with security forces", Waziri said, adding that "two security force members were also killed and 10 others were wounded".

by | January 29, 2018 | 11:33

The election of US President Donald Trump has given momentum to white supremacy groups, and right-wing movements are more prominent in Europe, with growing protests against refugees. That statement came under fire Jewish organizations in the United States, including ones affiliated with the Republican party. Democratic lawmakers subsequently attempted to pass a resolution slamming the White House for its statement, but that move was blocked by the Republicans.

by | January 28, 2018 | 01:12

A security official had earlier said that the explosion has likely killed over 20 people and around 80 others have sustained injuries. Baryali Helali, head of Afghanistan Government Media and Information Center (GMIC), told a presser here that bodies of 63 victims had been shifted to the forensic center.

by | January 28, 2018 | 01:12

Geneva demonstrator organizer Paolo Gilardi told Reuters TV: "While the Swiss Federal Council (Swiss cabinet) is about to welcome and unroll the red carpet for Mr. " America first is not America alone". "What we need is a narrative which is innovative, comprehensive and responsive to the expectations of Europe's citizens and particularly Europe's young generation".

by | January 28, 2018 | 01:11

The Chinese government announced on Friday its plan to create a "Polar Silk Road ", an ambitious plan that seeks to establish a maritime trade route through the seas around the North Pole. The land territories in the Arctic cover an area of about 8 million square km, whose sovereignty belongs to Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the United States, while the Arctic Ocean has an area of more than 12 million square km, in which coastal and other countries share ...

by | January 28, 2018 | 01:10

The rising waters also affected the city centre, with the Seine bursting its banks, blocking access to tourist sites and disrupting public transport, prompting the closure of seven metro stations along the river until the end of the month. Thirteen of France's 96 administrative departments had flood alerts as of Friday, in what the monitoring body Météo-France says is the country's wettest winter since 1959.

by | January 27, 2018 | 20:34

Some former cabinet ministers who served under Mugabe have been charged with corruption and Mnangagwa said Mugabe would not be immune from prosecution. The trio denies the charges and say they are being persecuted for supporting Mugabe and his wife Grace. Mnangagwa has appointed military officials to key government positions and pledged to revive the economy by boosting agricultural production and attracting foreign investment.