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Hager, who is a US citizen, was allowed to board the USA -bound flight Friday after Trump's order, but his mother and three other family members were not allowed to fly, even though they have green cards. Hager had blamed President Trump for the death of his mother, claiming that had she not been held in her home country she would have survived. One day later, Mr Hager said, his mother died.
  • Vladimir Putin summons top advisors ahead of call with Donald Trump

    Vladimir Putin summons top advisors ahead of call with Donald Trump

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    Trump will talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin by phone on Saturday . Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May , both products of anti-establishment uprisings, sit down on Friday for what could be a hard search for unity on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Russia and trade.
  • Bulls' Rondo Lashes out at Wade, Butler in Instagram Rant

    Bulls' Rondo Lashes out at Wade, Butler in Instagram Rant

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    Some guys want to be in the middle of the pack so they can be liked. "At the end of the day, do whatever it takes to help the team win". When you isolate everyone, you can't win consistently. A leader who spreads the blame, who fails to accept that he or she is ultimately the one in charge, increases the insecurity of their people and lessens the likelihood that they'll take ownership of initiatives.
  • Tulip Siddiq quits as shadow early years minister

    Tulip Siddiq quits as shadow early years minister

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    Her decision deepens the divisions within the party, and follows the departure of junior frontbencher Tulip Siddiq yesterday to vote against Article 50 . However, Ms Abbott also sparked further confusion about Labour's position, saying: "Are we going to vote with the Tories come what may?" Mr Zeichner - whose Cambridge constituency voted for Remain - told his local newspaper the party "understand exactly why I'm doing what I'm doing and it's for them to decide what to do next".
  • Another try: New talks bring hope of ending Syrian war

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    Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov read out a statement at the end of Tuesday's session saying that the delegations of Iran, Russia and Turkey made a decision to "establish a trilateral mechanism to observe and ensure full compliance with the ceasefire , prevent any provocations and determine all modalities of the ceasefire".
  • The Women's March And Sexist Assumptions About Abortion Views

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    The Dutch policy was announced by Liliane Ploumen, Minister for International Development Cooperation, whose Labour Party - the junior coalition partner in the Government - is traditionally staunchly favour of abortion rights. "Banning abortions does not result in fewer abortions". The rule has been revived by Republican presidents and rescinded by Democratic ones since Republican President Ronald Reagan first instituted it in 1984.
  • Commuter train slams through FedEx truck

    Commuter train slams through FedEx truck

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    A second semi with two trailers, moving toward the officer's auto from the opposite traffic lane, was struck. In the event of a power or signal loss at a crossing, Barron said the crossing arms are supposed to move by default into a "lowered and active" position to keep drivers off the tracks.
  • Equatorial Guinea confirms hosting ousted Gambian leader Jammeh

    Equatorial Guinea confirms hosting ousted Gambian leader Jammeh

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    A source close to the Senegalese presidency and a diplomatic source in the Gambia's capital, Banjul, on Wednesday confirmed that Barrow was due to arrive at 4:00 p.m. Mr. De Souza, however, said that retaining troops in that country would be decided by the Chiefs of Army Staff. She has become a controversial figure in recent weeks after telling The Guardian newspaper that Jammeh would be prosecuted for crimes committed by his regime, an act nearly immediately followed by the mercurial ...
  • 'A Big Priority': Spicer Suggests Keystone XL Approval Is on the Way

    'A Big Priority': Spicer Suggests Keystone XL Approval Is on the Way

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    Cramer said , "I expect [the EIS] will be rescinded quickly, that the easement [to drill under Lake Oahe] will be ordered and issued, you know, maybe as early as Monday". But not all infrastructure is created equal; some of it serves our long-term interests, and some of it decidedly does not. Trump said in the Oval Office, while signing this presidential memorandum and another pushing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, that "the process is so long and cumbersome that ...
  • Moscow believes Astana talks on Syria successful

    Moscow believes Astana talks on Syria successful

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    The participants reached consensus that the Syrian crisis has no military solution. Peskov also stated that the sole fact that the Syrian government and rebels have finally met and talked is a "positive" trend, which is why the Kremlin views the talks as a success.
  • Kaspersky Lab Manager Arrested in Russia, Accused of Treason

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    The statement added that Kaspersky does not possess any details about the investigation. It is reported that the arrest is in relation to an investigation into Sergei Mikhailov, who was detained alongside Stoyanov in December 2016. Although it was not the first time that Stoyanov deep-dived into how Russian financial cybercrime works , he did write about how Kaspersky hunted for Lurk and helped to catch "one of the most unsafe gangs of financial cybercriminals".
  • Priyanka, Dimple figure in Cong-SP star campaigners' list

    Priyanka, Dimple figure in Cong-SP star campaigners' list

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    Kumar said Congress Vice Prseident Rahul Gandhi requested her and the Congress General Secretary in charge of Uttar Pradesh to get involved in sewing the alliance with the Samajwadi Party. The three parties had joined hands to form a secular allaince to keep the BJP out of power. "He (Rahul Gandhi) took a decision in the best interest of the party".