• Trump says 'many lawyers' want to represent him over Russian Federation claims

    Trump says 'many lawyers' want to represent him over Russian Federation claims

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    The announcement about diGenova and Toensing came just after Trump, in tweets Sunday morning from his Mar-a-Lago estate, dismissed reports about the travails of his legal team as "fake news". Trump reportedly met with diGenova and Toensing in the past few days to discuss the possibility of joining his legal team in the Russian Federation probe; but after the meetings, the president did not feel the pair would be the best fit.
  • ICC Qualifier Final: Afghanistan beat West Indies by 7 wickets

    ICC Qualifier Final: Afghanistan beat West Indies by 7 wickets

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    With AP Photos.Mohammad Nabi smashed three straight sixes to give Afghanistan a seven-wicket victory over West Indies in the final of the cricket World Cup qualification tournament with nearly 10 overs to spare. A record of six victories against one loss during the tournament would suggest that it was a good outing for the West Indies . The Windies will be up against teams like India, Australia, England , South Africa, and New Zealand in England next year, not teams like UAE, Papua New ...
  • Salah to land new bumper deal to end Madrid pursuit

    Salah to land new bumper deal to end Madrid pursuit

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    According to an exclusive report from TeamTalk , Liverpool will look to bring in Ramadan Sobhi from Stoke City in the summer to keep Mohamed Salah happy at Anfield. "Being a Liverpool fan, I want him to win every personal trophy". "He's only 25-years-old, he still has plenty of time". "Yes Salah's importance to us is like Messi's importance to Argentina but there is a whole team behind Salah helping him shine".
  • Heavy Snow Misses Twin Cities, Few Flurries Expected Saturday

    Heavy Snow Misses Twin Cities, Few Flurries Expected Saturday

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    Any shifts to the storm track will greatly affect the snowfall forecast . Winter storm Toby, now near far eastern Nova Scotia, will exit via the Labrador Sea tonight . WHEN.From 10 PM this evening to 10 AM CDT Saturday . Anyone with travel plans from far southwestern Wisconsin and northwestern IL into Minnesota, Iowa, and north-central IL south of Rockford and Chicago should closely monitor the forecast and road conditions, and be prepared to delay travel plans or allow for greatly ...
  • Former Catalan leader Puigdemont detained in Germany

    Former Catalan leader Puigdemont detained in Germany

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    If a new leader is not elected by May 22 , fresh elections will be triggered. Dpa photos showed a van with tinted windows believe to be carrying Puigdemont as it arrived at the prison Sunday afternoon. At the same time in Girona, several dozen supporters of Catalonia's independence gathered under the representation of the Spanish government and, in protest at the arrest of Puigdemont, removed the flag of Spain and painted the walls of the building with yellow paint.
  • Winter storm watch issued for weekend

    Winter storm watch issued for weekend

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    Overnight temperatures just below freezing were expected to cause some icy conditions Friday morning. A snowy first week of spring will continue into this weekend for Madison County. An ample supply of moist air had been lifted to the colder levels of the atmosphere, where snow formed speedily. Among the results of that storm was a reunion held every few years at the Becker farm and sawmill north of Garrison, where several travelers spent a couple of days while waiting for snow plows to ...
  • Saudi crown prince meets with top U.S. congress officials

    Saudi crown prince meets with top U.S. congress officials

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    Although his claims could not be verified. The talks were part of the first visit by the prince, 32, to the United States since he became the heir apparent past year to succeed King Salman. The United States, adds fuel to the fire so that the crisis remains in Yemen and rift becomes wider between Riyadh and Teheran. "Saudi Arabia's crown prince has confirmed what many have long suspected - nuclear energy in Saudi Arabia is about more than just electrical power, it's about geopolitical ...
  • Iranians charged in hacking of research from USA universities

    Iranians charged in hacking of research from USA universities

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    Iran has condemned the new U.S. sanctions against several Iranian nationals and an engineering company as an act of provocation, saying that Washington policy will fail to prevent Iran's technological progress. That amount of data is said to far exceed the total content of the Library of Congress. The cyberattacks, beginning in at least 2013, pilfered more than 31 terabytes of academic data and intellectual property from 144 US universities and 176 universities in 21 other countries, the ...
  • Syria demands Turkish forces' withdrawal from Afrin

    Syria demands Turkish forces' withdrawal from Afrin

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    Turkey's president vowed Monday to keep up the pressure against a USA -backed Syrian Kurdish militia after his troops captured the Syrian town of Afrin, threatening to expand the military offensive into other Kurdish-held areas across northern Syria and even into neighbouring Iraq.
  • Soldier-Slapper, Palestinian Teen Ahed Tamimi Sentenced to Jail

    Soldier-Slapper, Palestinian Teen Ahed Tamimi Sentenced to Jail

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    Her lawyer, Gaby Lasky, said the sentence would include time served as well as $1,441 in fines. The Israeli soldiers reacted by moving slowly away and Tamimi's mother is then seen intervening. Yoav Mordechai, the general who oversees COGAT, the bureaucratic arm of Israel's military occupation, claimed that the injury to Muhammad Tamimi's head was caused not by an Israeli soldier's bullet, but by the child falling off his bike - an outlandish story soon debunked by journalists and human ...
  • Syria: Russian Army Firms Grip on Ghouta

    Syria: Russian Army Firms Grip on Ghouta

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    The Syrian Army, reportedly gained control of 90 per cent of the territory in Eastern Ghouta , considered the main opposition stronghold near Damascus, in a month-long government offensive to take the area. The first batch of fighters to quit Ghouta under a Russian-brokered deal were bused out on Thursday and started arriving in the northwestern province of Idlib on Friday.
  • Catalonia: Clashes after separatist leaders detained

    Catalonia: Clashes after separatist leaders detained

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    Occasional clashes broke out between riot police and protesters as the large crowds pushed against police cordons, La Vanguardia reports . Later Friday, the Spanish Supreme Court was due to decide whether a separatist candidate for the presidency of the Catalan parliament, Jordi Turull , should also be placed in pre-trial detention.
  • Woman arrested for beating husband who forgot their anniversary

    Woman arrested for beating husband who forgot their anniversary

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    Renshaw's license was also suspended at the time of the crash. Dahiru, therefore, urged the court to dissolve the marriage as she was no longer interested in the union. "I immediately went over there, pulled her out of the vehicle, got the gun". Renshaw's children range in age from 2 to 8. One of Blair's children was with the other woman at the nearby auto wash, alongside the child's father.
  • US Announces $1 Billion in Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia

    US Announces $1 Billion in Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia

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    But campaigners, including some U.S. legislators, are urging western governments to halt or limit arms sales to Saudi Arabia because of its involvement in a devastating civil war in Yemen. President Donald Trump, who hailed a "great friendship" with the kingdom-but made no public mention of the sticking points in the burgeoning alliance.
  • Europe steps up pressure on Russian Federation over spy attack

    Europe steps up pressure on Russian Federation over spy attack

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May briefed other European Union leaders on the probe into the attack over a summit dinner on Thursday. He said the Kremlin specifically regrets the " recall [of the envoy] for consultations ". What is crucial is that there was recognition around the table about the threat that Russian Federation poses. "I think it is clear that Russian Federation is challenging the values we share as Europeans, and it is right that we are standing together in defence of ...