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The Bidens Concession – WSJ

Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden at a campaign meeting in Rochester, New Hampshire last week. Photo: Mary Schwalm / Reuters Not even the Biden family seems prepared to be behind their questionable financial arrangements. A business partner in Shanghai does not seem to have an explanation yet. Are the bitter endings of CNN and NBC News …

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Trump stops trade negotiations with Turkey and raises steel tariffs to 50%

Statement by President Donald J. Trump on Turkey's action in northeastern Syria I will shortly be issuing an executive order to impose sanctions on current and former officials of the Turkish government and on those who are destabilizing Measures of Turkey, approved in northeastern Syria. Likewise, the steel tariffs will be raised again to 50 percent, which corresponds to the …

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The Pope's bodyguard resigns due to a new financial crisis

VATICAN CITY – The Vatican's recent leak scandal claimed its first victim on Monday when Pope Francis' bodyguard stepped down to leak a Vatican police flyer and identified five employees suspended in a financial investigation. The Vatican said the 57-year-old Domenico Giani, the chief of police, was not responsible for the leaked flyer, but had resigned not to disturb the …

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Gordon Sondland, ambassador to Ukraine controversy involved to testify, Trump told him "no consideration"

The US ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, is expected to announce on Thursday to Congress legislators that President Trump has told him that there is no compensation for Trump's disputed July phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskiy. ] A person familiar with his planned testimony told Fox News that Sondland is expected to have his text message …

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South Korea kills North Korean pigs with swine flu with drones

South Korea plans slaughter of sick pigs on Tuesday, using troops of swine assassins and thermal imaging drones. The country's Department of Agriculture announced on Sunday that the government was planning a boar strike to prevent an influx of African swine fever pigs from North Korea. This emerges from a report by South China Morning Post . The authorities reportedly …

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The latest on Trump's impeachment investigation

Andrew Harnik / AP Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Republican from the Florida Justice Committee, said he had been thrown out of the House's secret service, Adam Schiff, following the deposition of Fiona Hill. Gaetz does not belong to any of the three committees carrying out the impeachment investigation – Intelligence, Foreign Affairs, and Oversight. He said that when Schiff asked …

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The GOP legislator presents bill to investigate the business of the Biden family with Ukraine

Under pressure from the House Democrats to initiate an impeachment investigation against President Trump, a Republican lawmaker plans to introduce legislation to put the spotlight on the Biden family's relations with Ukraine. I want the United States Congress to investigate it "MP Bradley Byrne from Alabama said Monday on" Fox & Friends ". The resolution, which is expected to be …

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The Queen's Speech: robes, tiaras and lots of pomp

Image Rights PA Media Peers in their purple velvet robes hurry into the Lords Chamber, filled with excited chatter from the members and their guests. [19659005] Men in morning suits and women in their most beautiful clothes – some wearing tiaras – take their seats in the famous chamber. In the small, crowded gallery, Prime Minister's partner Carrie Symonds and …

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Iran oil tanker damage detained by obvious rocket attack on new photos

The pictures released on Monday showed two gaping holes in the hull of an Iranian oil tanker that hit Tehran in a mysterious attack off the coast of Saudi Arabia last week. The Iranian Ministry of Oil published photos of Sabiti, a tanker of the National Iranian Oil Company, with two square apparent impact areas just above the waterline. Iran …

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The war against the IS was all a waste

In the end, the "caliphate" was little more than a vast expanse of wreckage and destroyed cars littered with bodies of ISIS fighters. But it was not the last battle. We were wrong. Thousands of ISIS fighters surrendered, and many thousands more – their widows and orphans, their wives and children – ended up in SDF-run prisons and detention centers. …

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