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Global Media Senate intelligence committee subpoenas Michael Flynn
Author: 0 Senate intelligence committee subpoenas Michael Flynn

Trump fired Flynn in February after he misled Vice President Pence and White House officials about his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about USA sanctions on Russia before Trump took office. "I believed it'd be very unfair to hear from somebody we don't even know and immediately fire them", he continued, referencing Ms Yates's warning and the fact that she is not in his inner circle.

Global Media Senate intel panel subpoenas Michael Flynn documents
Author: 0 Senate intel panel subpoenas Michael Flynn documents

Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Ranking Member Mark Warner (D-Va.) said in the Wednesday statement that the subpoena was issued in response to Flynn refusing to comply with an April 28 request for the records. Mr Trump pointed to Michael Flynn's rank as Lieutenant General in the United States army as the reason why he waited 18 days after receiving a warning from former acting Attorney General Sally Yates, who had told the White House in January that Mr Flynn may be compromised by Moscow.

Author: 0 Israel Rebukes Sweden Over UNESCO Vote

UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, France. Netanyahu's announcement, according to Haaretz newspaper, came during a cabinet meeting following UNESCO passing the resolution, and reportedly had "softer language" regarding 'Jewish connections to historic sites in Jerusalem '.

Author: 0 Pentagon tries to ease Turkey's concerns with arming Kurds

The U.S. decision to directly arm the Syrian Kurds fighting the so-called Islamic State is not a complete shift in the White House administration's policy with the Kurds or Turkey, but it is a necessary step in securing the defeat of militants on the ground, U.S.

Author: 0 Erdogan sees 'new beginning' in Turkish-US ties

He said the alliance would receive "special weapons and armoured vehicles" to enter the city after President Donald Trump changed USA policy to allow arms deliveries to Kurdish as well as Arab SDF fighters. The U.S. military has long argued that the Syrian Kurds are the strongest partner force on the ground to fight ISIS in northern Syria. "And I think this trip will be a breaking point on this issue".

Author: 0 Royal Shocker! Prince Philip Retires

Former Southend mayor, Nora Goodman, 81, recalls the day she was tasked with showing the Queen and Prince Philip the borough when they visited for the first time in 1999. All royal staff from across the country were called for a sudden meeting at the Palace this morning, sparking speculation about the cause. Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip stand on the balcony of Roemer townhall in Frankfurt, Germany in 2015.

Author: 0 Mattis: US reviewing Syria safe zones but has many questions

There has been, he said, "a strong acknowledgement from Putin that the U.S. and United Nations have a role to play, and that's what I hope to see next, as without them I don't see much progression". Relations between Washington and Ankara, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally, in the ongoing fight against ISIS in Syria are at a historical low point due to US support for Kurdish People's Protection Units, or YPG.

Author: 0 Nigeria negotiating with Boko Haram for more Chibok releases

She was among 83 teenagers who Boko Haram jihadists had agreed to release at the weekend but only 82 came back, said a spokesman for Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari . "This evening I received 82 of our daughters, who have just regained their freedom after three years in Boko Haram captivity", Buhari said in a tweet.

Author: 0 South Korea to attend China's Silk Road summit amid diplomatic rift

Instead of presenting innovative or concrete ideas to the South Korean people, the candidates engaged in the same old myopic arguments about which previous administration was to blame for the current situation. He introduced state-issued history textbooks in 1974, two years after he declared martial law amid widening student protests and rammed through a new constitution that effectively made him president for life.

Author: 0 Overblown claim on new China trade deal

In a tweet Friday he said, "China just agreed that the USA will be allowed to sell beef, and other major products, into China once again". This is a shift from past administrations, which had signaled they may block Chinese interests from buying USA advanced technology companies through the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US, or CFIUS, which reviews the national security implications of foreign investments.

Author: 0 U.S. decision to arm Syrian Kurds threatens Turkey: foreign minister

On Tuesday, the Pentagon announced that President Donald Trump had authorized arming the YPG. The capture of a key Syrian town and a nearby dam from Islamic State group militants by Syrian Kurdish-led forces undermines the IS's ability to defend its de facto capital, Raqqa and disrupts its ability to plan attacks in Western countries, the USA -led global coalition said Thursday.

Global Media Trump says he planned to fire James Comey regardless of DOJ recommendation
Author: 0 Trump says he planned to fire James Comey regardless of DOJ recommendation

On Wednesday, Trump broke his silence to simply say that Comey "wasn't doing a good job", but the real story might be that Comey asked for more resources (money and staff) to finish the FBI's Russian Federation investigation. "My decision", Mr Trump said. Reince Priebus, the White House chief of staff, at one point mulled similar concerns, but was supportive of the move to the president.

Global Media 2nd PUC results tomorrow (May 11)
Author: 0 2nd PUC results tomorrow (May 11)

Announcing the result , primary and secondary education minister Tanveer Sait said that the reduction in the pass percentage is because of the strict measures taken to curb malpractices. Every year in April about 8.50 Lakhs and in June 1.50 Lakhs students are appearing for the SSLC examinations . This year, a total of 6,84,247 students appeared for the exam.

Author: 0 Global extortion cyberattack hits dozens of nations

Many cancelled all routine procedures and asked patients not to come to the hospital unless it was an emergency. Tom Griffiths, who was at the hospital for chemotherapy, said several cancer patients had to be sent home because their records or bloodwork couldn't be accessed.

Global Media Clashes erupt at Palestinian protest to support hunger strikers
Author: 0 Clashes erupt at Palestinian protest to support hunger strikers

The dead man was participating in protests that are held weekly near Ramallah in support of several hundred Israeli-held prisoners now engaging in a strike protesting prison conditions. Hamas took part in the first local elections held in 2005, which chose almost 100 local councils, as the process was never completed, then in parliamentary elections in 2006 marking a sweeping victory by winning 74 seats out of the 132 Legislative Council elections.

Global Media Clark, Horgan, Weaver all say they're willing to work with other parties
Author: 0 Clark, Horgan, Weaver all say they're willing to work with other parties

Angolano said that electoral precedent has been set previously in Ontario in the 1980s with the NDP propping up a Liberal provincial government, and federally when the NDP stood behind the Pierre Trudeau government in 1974. The Liberal party won 43 seats, leaving it one seat short of a majority. These counts mean neither of the two main parties now controls a majority of seats in the B.C.

Author: 0 Trump Asked Comey to Pledge Loyalty During January Dinner Meeting

Trump also says he chose to fire Comey before his Monday meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein - a revelation that indicates the rationale he provided to Comey in a letter announcing his termination was a pretext. "I said: 'If it's possible, would you let me know, am I under investigation?'" Trump told NBC. He felt that Comey was "using the Russian Federation probe to become a martyr", and he was impatient over not being able to control the narrative, so Comey needed to go, ...