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The International Rescue Committee said the government's advance has trapped tens of thousands of displaced Syrians along the frontier with the Golan Heights , which Israel occupied in 1967. Khaled Solh of the Syrian Civil Defense group, also known as the White Helmets, said the building was being used to shelter families that were forced to flee their homes amid the fighting in southwestern Syria.
  • Schwarzenegger calls Trump a 'little wet noodle' after Putin news conference

    Schwarzenegger calls Trump a 'little wet noodle' after Putin news conference

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    He told Donald Trump: "You literally sold out at this press conference our intelligence community, our justice system, and worst of all - our country". 'They think it's Russian Federation, ' he said . "I will say this, I don't see any reason why it would be". Schwarzenegger has made it clear in the past that he's not a fan of Trump .
  • Maslin dad attacks Trump over MH17 deaths

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    Despite U.S. intelligence agencies concluding Russian Federation meddled with the 2016 elections, Trump said "I don't see any reason why it would be" Russian Federation. In doing so, Trump contradicted his own intelligence officials, who remain confident that Russian Federation was indeed responsible for the hack of Democratic National Committee emails, regardless of whether anyone within the Trump campaign colluded in this effort.
  • May bows to Brexit pressure in parliament

    May bows to Brexit pressure in parliament

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    The Prime Minister was saved from a humiliating reverse after MPs backed the government by a margin of just six votes, rejecting the amendment by 307-301. Fresh from her pyrrhic victory yesterday , the Prime Minister is to go head-to-head with Remainers over another Brexit bill - this time on trade - and her decision to start MPs' summer holiday on Thursday this week, instead of Tuesday next week.
  • The 33 Best Reactions To That Bonkers Trump And Putin Press Conference

    The 33 Best Reactions To That Bonkers Trump And Putin Press Conference

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    If Putin does not have something on Trump, "what the heck could it be?" the New York Democrat said , echoing Pelosi. "We must make clear that the United States will not tolerate hostile Russian activities against us or our allies". Trump would be checked for "listening devices" and never be taken into the White House. "Because of the President's reckless and disgusting behavior, the entire week has been a disaster for American leadership and our standing in the world".
  • 'Helsinki has frozen over': Late night blasts Trump-Putin summit

    'Helsinki has frozen over': Late night blasts Trump-Putin summit

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    House Speaker Paul Ryan said in a statement that "there is no question that Russian Federation interfered in our election and continues attempts to undermine democracy here and around the world". "However, I also recognize that in order to build a brighter future, we can not exclusively focus on the past - as the world's two largest nuclear powers, we must get along!" I think he's doing exactly what he said he's seeking to do, he believes it's better to talk to people and to engage with them ...
  • PM warns ‘there may be no Brexit — Newspaper headlines

    PM warns ‘there may be no Brexit — Newspaper headlines

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May insisted Monday night that she had not caved in to the demands of Brexit-supporting politicians when she accepted a string of changes to crucial legislation. Defense Minister Guto Bebb resigned so he could vote against the government. Meanwhile media reports in London said Monday opponents of May in her own Conservative Party are collecting signatures to force a vote of no confidence in her leadership.
  • Brexit: Government scrapes through Customs Bill vote

    Brexit: Government scrapes through Customs Bill vote

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    One pro-EU ex-minister called it the "worst of all worlds", while eurosceptics said the strategy kept Britain too close to the bloc. A second forces the government to commit in law not to allow a customs border down the Irish Sea, which could come into conflict with the backstop's demand that Northern Ireland remains aligned with the Republic for customs purposes.
  • Trump sides with Russian Federation against Federal Bureau of Investigation at Helsinki summit

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    Republican Senator John McCain said Trump's seeming acceptance of Putin's denial was a historical "low point" for the United States presidency and the Helsinki summit between the two leaders a "tragic mistake". And it came at the end of an extraordinary trip to Europe in which Trump had already berated allies, questioned the value of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance and demeaned leaders including Germany's Angela Merkel and Britain's Theresa May.
  • Trump's Supreme Court Nominee Donated Money To Ohio Democrat

    Trump's Supreme Court Nominee Donated Money To Ohio Democrat

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    McConnell compared the Democrats' quick targeting of Kavanaugh to their targeting and successful blocking of Judge Robert Bork, who President Reagan nominated to the Supreme Court. USW International President Leo Gerard said orking families "cannot tolerate another corporate apologist on the U.S. Supreme Court, fawning over CEOs and stomping on the rights of workers".
  • Angered By Attack, Mob Slaughters Hundreds Of Crocodiles In Indonesia

    Angered By Attack, Mob Slaughters Hundreds Of Crocodiles In Indonesia

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    The victim, identified as 48-year-old Sugito, was bitten on the leg and then fatally struck with a tail of one of the crocodiles, which are a protected species, they said. Basar Manullang, head of West Papua's Natural Resources Conservation Agency, said that the crocodile farm had a government licence to operate and that the mass slaughter was "obviously against the law".
  • Murder suspect killed, 3 officers wounded in Kansas City gunfight

    Murder suspect killed, 3 officers wounded in Kansas City gunfight

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    Suspect fled in vehicle with one other party. The vehicle and passenger were found a short time later. A juvenile who fled the scene of the first shooting was taken into custody. Asked about the news of the killing of the suspect, Mr Koppu says the suspect's death may give some solace to Sharath mother. Anjana Singh is the spokesperson for the Indian Association of Kansas City.
  • Trump said about participation in the next elections

    Trump said about participation in the next elections

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    But the scale of opposition to Mrs May's plan was made clear yesterday as MPs from both sides of the party lined up to criticise her plans with just months remaining before the country is due to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019. He told the BBC's Sunday Politics: "The government unfortunately believes that Brexit is not a good thing in itself, it seems to think it has to be tempered by non-Brexit".
  • Chicago activist demands all footage from police shooting

    Chicago activist demands all footage from police shooting

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    A few dozen demonstrators who gathered near the scene of the shooting were unmoved by the police video. McDonald's death led to a year-long investigation by the US Department of Justice, which found that the Chicago Police Department showed a pattern of using excessive force and civil rights violations.
  • Politicos with Utah ties blast Trump after Putin meeting; GOP senators restrained

    Politicos with Utah ties blast Trump after Putin meeting; GOP senators restrained

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    Russia experts warned that Trump's refusal to blame Putin for the election interference would fulfill what USA prosecutors have described as a central Russian goal of its covert campaign in the United States: to sow domestic discord. "All I can do is ask the question". The Federalist's Mollie Hemmingway said Trump should have chosen different words. The president added that Putin told him that "he wants to be very helpful with North Korea".