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Why the latest Paul Manafort news is a very big deal

The. Is. Huge. You remember that President Donald Trump in Manafort, who has already been convicted of a series of financial crimes in connection with the Ukrainian government, has always renounced all charges against him long before he entered Trump's orbit. "Sorry, but that was years ago, before Paul Manafort took part in the Trump campaign" Trump tweeted in October …

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Saudi woman grants refugee status, could get asylum in Australia: NPR

Saudi Arabian MEP Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun walks by in front of the Thai immigration chief, General Surachate Hakparn (right), before leaving Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. Australia says it is considering granting resettlement of refugees to the Saudi Arabians, who have been arrested by the U.N. fled from her family. Immigration police over AP Hide caption Caption switch Immigration police over …

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US-China Trade Talks Wrap Up After Extending To 3rd Day: NPR

U.S. Donald Trump said he was "going very well!"                                                                            Oliver Zhang / AP                                       hide caption toggle caption Oliver Zhang / AP               U.S. Donald Trump said he was "going very well!" Oliver Zhang / AP                       After extending to an unexpected third day, trade talks between U.S. Chinese spokesman for the Chinese Foreign …

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"Unprecedented" US sanctions put Iran under pressure: Khamenei

Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, meets with Qom people in Iran's Tehran on January 9, 2019. Khamenei Official Website / Handout via REUTERS GENEVA (Reuters) "First-class idiots" operate Washington politics, said supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday. US. Last year, President Donald Trump withdrew from an international pact on the Iranian nuclear program and imposed sanctions to flop …

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Manafort is accused of exchanging survey data with the Russians allegedly affiliated with the Kremlin

Trump's former leader, Paul Manafort, was accused of exchanging survey data with a business associate allegedly associated with Russian intelligence services during the 2016 presidential election, and then lying to prosecutors "Libel the Exchange of Survey data with Mr Kilimnik in connection with the presidential campaign 2016. " The indictment was unintentionally revealed in a defense filing day after the …

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Forget the fantasy Brexit, UK, tells the deputies how a crucial debate begins

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May warned legislators on Wednesday that it was madness to believe the government could negotiate a new divorce deal with the European Union if Parliament rejected its agreement next week. Demonstrators in front of Brexit can be seen on 8 January 2019 in front of the Houses of Parliament in London, UK. REUTERS …

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Kim Jong Un leaves Beijing after a meeting with Xi Jinping

Kim and his delegation are now expected to begin the 13-hour journey to Dandong City on the border between China and North Korea. Kim is expected to spend four days in China. Enter the country on Monday and leave early on Thursday. The visit was Kim's third in Beijing and fourth in China since March 2018, on his first trip …

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Saudi woman, who fled the family, is granted refugee status

BANGKOK – A young woman from Saudi Arabia who barricaded herself in a hotel room in Bangkok to prevent deportation was recognized as a refugee by the UN refugee agency on Wednesday, Australian officials said, paving the way for An asylum application Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun, 18, said she was afraid her relatives would kill her if she was forced to …

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US trade delegation closing meetings in China hopes for a deal

The US trade delegation in Beijing "closes" meetings with Chinese officials and will return to the United States after a few "good days" on Wednesday, a US official said. Asian equity markets spiked Talks were extended by an unscheduled third day, reinforcing the optimism that the world's largest economies could sign a trade agreement to avoid a full confrontation that …

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