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He said when he was brought on to Cohen's legal team in June, his client "authorized me as a new lawyer to say publicly Mr. Cohen would never accept a pardon from President Trump even if offered". "Another perjury and more prison", Giuliani said on Twitter on Thursday. Cohen has become a key figure in congressional investigations since turning on his former boss and co-operating with the special counsel.
  • Huawei sues the USA government over ban, says it’s unconstitutional

    Huawei sues the USA government over ban, says it’s unconstitutional

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    Ltd. on March 7 confirmed it is suing the USA government over a section of a defense bill passed into law previous year that restricts its access to the United States . The company's CFO Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada in December on suspicion of activity violating US sanctions against Iran. In the other half, the daughter of Huawei's founder is fighting extradition to the United States to face several criminal charges.
  • Shamima Begum: 'Unconfirmed reports' baby son dead

    Shamima Begum: 'Unconfirmed reports' baby son dead

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    Earlier on Friday, the lawyer representing the family of Ms Begum, Tasnime Akunjee, said he had "strong but unconfirmed reports" that the baby had died. The British Government could not confirm the reports. She married a Dutch man within days of her arrival in Syria when she was 15. Almost 100 children have died en route or shortly after arriving at al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria due to a lack of food, water and health care, according to the International Rescue Committee, which ...
  • When will snow hit, and how much will fall?

    When will snow hit, and how much will fall?

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    As temperatures drop overnight Saturday , we'll see a switch back to some snow early on Sunday morning. Some snow "likely will fall" around the Portland metro region this morning, but it's not expected to stick and there will be little or no accumulation, the National Weather Service says .
  • Cruise Ship Rocked By Strong Gust Of Wind

    Cruise Ship Rocked By Strong Gust Of Wind

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    The Norwegian Cruise Line's Escape , a passenger ship capable of cruising with 6,000 people, was pushed suddenly Sunday night by a gust of wind about 115 miles per hour, a burst similar to the wind of a Category 3 hurricane. "I have never been so scared in my whole life". "Chairs, tables, glass, people went flying to one side of the ship", one person tweeted . Others seen in the video did not seem overwhelmed by the ship's sudden tilting.
  • Seven family members among 23 killed

    Seven family members among 23 killed

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    Taylor was an wonderful example of a child of God. "She just brought a lot of life into the classroom". "He was my wedding gift", said Dean of her husband whom she married three years ago. "It was just destruction", Baker said. Tim Walters starts up equipment to clear debris while helping home owners whose house was destroyed by a tornado in Beauregard, Ala., Wednesday, March 6, 2019.
  • North Korea denuclearisation still achievable in Trump's first term

    North Korea denuclearisation still achievable in Trump's first term

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    A few days later satellite imagery surfaced conveniently, showing unspecified "activity" at Sohae satellite launching site, which North Korea began to dismantle previous year. South Korean spy chief Suh Hoon said that movement of cargo vehicles was spotted recently around a North Korean ICBM factory, JoongAng Ilbo reported.
  • Fort Worth church offers ashes to go near Starbucks

    Fort Worth church offers ashes to go near Starbucks

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    Yep, it's the day where those who want to get ash smudged across their foreheads in the shape of a cross. Pope Francis has urged Roman Catholic faithful to free themselves from the "clutches of consumerism and the snares of selfishness" as he marked the start of Lent, the period of prayer and fasting before Easter .
  • Mahathir warns Philippines against influx of foreigners, Latest World News

    Mahathir warns Philippines against influx of foreigners, Latest World News

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    Mahathir, who is in the Philippines on an official visit, told ABS-CBN that he would not discuss the issue with President Rodrigo Duterte, whom is he slated to meet later today. The region was created five years after a peace deal - brokered partly by Malaysia - ended the separatist rebellion of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.
  • Daylight saving time starts this weekend. But why do we spring forward?

    Daylight saving time starts this weekend. But why do we spring forward?

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    Areas that don't participate include Hawaii , most of Arizona (the Indian reservations there do observe it) and US territories such as American Samoa , Guam , Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands . The Sunshine Protection Act would make DST permanent across the country, something the senator said in a written statement could have multiple benefits.
  • Teen to sue abortion clinic after his girlfriend terminates baby

    Teen to sue abortion clinic after his girlfriend terminates baby

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    The probate judge's decision appears to be the first major court action after the passage of Alabama's personhood law, which says that it is the policy of the state "to recognize and support the sanctity of unborn life and the rights of unborn children, including the right to life".
  • Manafort scheduled to learn sentence for tax, bank fraud Thursday

    Manafort scheduled to learn sentence for tax, bank fraud Thursday

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    Judge T.S. Ellis III has himself said repeatedly Manafort was only charged because he might be able to offer information on Trump. The sentencing hearing for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has begun in Virginia with the 69-year-old entering the courtroom in a wheelchair.
  • Trudeau: Mistakes made in SNC-Lavalin affair, no rules broken

    Trudeau: Mistakes made in SNC-Lavalin affair, no rules broken

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    Fallout from the affair has cost the prime minister two top ministers. The case for the prosecution is that the prime minister is so convinced of the righteousness of his agenda, he discounts behaviour he would not have tolerated from his political opponents.
  • Huawei calls for common cyber-security standards amid concerns

    Huawei calls for common cyber-security standards amid concerns

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    Company executives on Tuesday inaugurated the Huawei European Cybersecurity Center, which will allow customers to review the source code that runs its network gear. Huawei as a company has also stepped up its offensive efforts in an attempt to discredit the claims, filing a second lawsuit that the United States government has improperly singled the company out and breached its own laws by banning Huawei's equipment from the country.