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The number of injured in Paris and nationwide was down Saturday from protest riots a week ago, and most of the capital remained untouched, but the violence in neighborhoods popular with tourists is tarnishing the country's image. The protests have shown little sign of easing since they began on November 17. Far-right leader Marine Le Pen - who is backed by some protesters from "forgotten" provincial France, but by no means all - called for Macron to "recognise society's suffering and ...
  • Congress leads with slim margin, Chouhan ahead in Budhni

    Congress leads with slim margin, Chouhan ahead in Budhni

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    Rajasthan: BJP had won 163 of the 200 seats, Congress 21 and others 16. Along with BJP president Amit Shah's strong organisational skills and election management, the Modi magic has got better of the Congress in every major state polls since 2014 where the two parties were in a direct contest.
  • Trump says China trade talks 'going very well'

    Trump says China trade talks 'going very well'

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    Chinese President Xi Jinping and his USA counterpart Donald Trump recently held a meeting at a working dinner in Buenos Aires, reaching important consensus and agreeing not to impose new additional tariffs. The two sides would also discuss intellectual property protection, technology cooperation, market access and fair trade, and "work hard to reach a consensus", Gao said.
  • North Carolina Democrat Withdraws Concession over Apparent Vote Fraud

    North Carolina Democrat Withdraws Concession over Apparent Vote Fraud

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    The controversy has raised the possibility that the North Carolina Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement will call a new election. North Carolina's board of elections identified political consultant Leslie McCrae Dowless as a person of interest on Friday amid a probe of possible absentee ballot fraud in a disputed US congressional election.
  • Nick Ayres respectfully turns down Chief of Staff job

    Nick Ayres respectfully turns down Chief of Staff job

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    President Trump's search for a new chief of staff was dealt a setback last night after the man tipped to assume the role ruled himself out of contention and announced that he was leaving the White House . I will be making a decision soon'. Trump chafed under Kelly's effort to impose limits on the president. Following the staffing shake up, new speculation has begun on who will replace Kelly .
  • London Court orders extradition of Vijay Mallya to India

    London Court orders extradition of Vijay Mallya to India

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    He has been on bail since his arrest on an extradition warrant in April previous year. However, she immediately clarified she was in actual fact "referring (the matter) to the Secretary of State (in this case Home Secretary Sajid Javid)". The loans from the IDBI bank were meant to bail out his failed carrier Kingfisher Airlines. If extradited, Mallya will be lodged in one of the high security barracks located in a two-storey building inside the prison complex, which also housed 26/11 ...
  • Saudi Arabia refuses to extradite Jamal Khashoggi murder suspects

    Saudi Arabia refuses to extradite Jamal Khashoggi murder suspects

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    Turkish officials have never said how they obtained the audio. Turkish newspaper Yeni Safak reported that an Istanbul court issued a warrant for the arrest of 15 Saudis accused of the assassination of Khashoggi with Ankara having sent a request for their extradition to Riyadh .
  • Theresa May to address Parliament amid reports of delayed Brexit vote

    Theresa May to address Parliament amid reports of delayed Brexit vote

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    May would then be expected to submit the touched-up version for a second vote at an unspecified date. May's office publicly insisted the vote was going ahead as recently as 11:20 a.m. Anti-Brexit demonstrators wave flags during a protest opposite the Houses of Parliament, London , Britain, December 4, 2018. The divorce agreement that May struck with the European Union is widely opposed by British lawmakers across the political spectrum, and her Conservative government must convince ...
  • It’s Clear Trump is Target of Prosecutors And Will Be Indicted

    It’s Clear Trump is Target of Prosecutors And Will Be Indicted

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    The U.S. Attorney's office for the Southern District of New York (SDNY) has filed a sentencing memorandum in the case of Michael Cohen, Trump's former lawyer and personal advisor. Trump that contradicts the president's repeated statements on the campaign trail that he had no business ventures in Russian Federation. "It's incredibly complicated, campaign finance", Paul said.
  • Brexit can be CANCELLED: Britain can revoke Article 50, rules ECJ

    Brexit can be CANCELLED: Britain can revoke Article 50, rules ECJ

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    The ruling from EU Court of Justice in Luxembourg comes as Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May must decide whether to put her Brexit deal to a vote in Parliament this week and risk a humiliating defeat that could plunge the United Kingdom into unprecedented political chaos.
  • Knives out for Donald Trump's chief of staff choice, Nick Ayers

    Knives out for Donald Trump's chief of staff choice, Nick Ayers

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    Other rumored contenders include: Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin; Budget director, Mick Mulvaney; and the United States trade representative, Robert Lighthizer . He offered to become chief of staff temporarily, but Trump insisted on a two-year commitment. Ayers, who has young triplets, had long planned to leave the administration at the end of the year and had only agreed to serve in an interim basis through next spring.
  • China blasts ‘inhumane’ treatment of Huawei executive

    China blasts ‘inhumane’ treatment of Huawei executive

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    In a sworn affidavit, Meng said she was innocent of the allegations and would contest them at trial in the USA if she was sent there. A federal Justice Department lawyer had argued that Meng's vast resources and lack of meaningful connection to Canada made her a flight risk, while Meng's defence lawyer said she would do no such thing to prevent humiliation to her family.
  • Dem: Illegal payments 'impeachable offense' if Trump ordered

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    Federal prosecutors in NY have implicated Trump in a scheme to silence women who alleged that they had extramarital affairs with him before he became president, ABC News reported. And prosecutors accused Trump's onetime campaign manager Paul Manafort of multiple "lies" to investigators: about his contacts with administration officials even after striking a plea deal; about a debt payment he made; and about his interaction with a suspected Russian intelligence officer.
  • Missing Lincoln grad Grace Millane’s dad makes emotional plea

    Missing Lincoln grad Grace Millane’s dad makes emotional plea

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    Auckland Police say he will remain in police custody until Monday morning when he will appear in the Auckland District Court. Several of her belongings, including her passport, are missing and police believe it is likely Grace had these items with her, Auckland Police Detective Inspector Scott Beard said today.
  • Trump's potential next chief of staff pick leaving White House

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    Several aides told the president, however, that they would quit if he were chosen, according to the Politico website. Mr Ayers also earned the backing of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the president's daughter and son-in-law and senior advisers, for taking on the new role, White House officials said .
  • Jamal Khashoggi murder: Saudi Arabia refuses to extradite suspects to Turkey

    Jamal Khashoggi murder: Saudi Arabia refuses to extradite suspects to Turkey

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    Trump later announced versions of some of these items with great fanfare when he made his first foreign trip: to an Arab-Islamic summit in Riyadh , the Saudi capital. The office of a U.S. senator who has received a briefing on the investigation by CIA Director Gina Haspel, told CNN that the source's recollections of the transcript are "consistent" with that briefing.
  • Congress averts shutdown, sends Trump two-week spending stopgap

    Congress averts shutdown, sends Trump two-week spending stopgap

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    Congress had faced a Friday deadline to reach a budget agreement, but lawmakers chose to effectively delay that fight amid this week's services for the late President George H.W. The funds can only be used for fencing and other security technology. "This is something Democrats have always been for: smart, effective, appropriate border security", he said on the Senate floor.