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Mr Farage , who played a pivotal role in securing the vote to leave the European Union , said his mind was changing on holding a second poll. 'This is something that the country needs. However, Peter Whittle, Farage's former UKIP colleague, did not agree with the second vote. But he said Brexit supporters had to realise a referendum re-run appeared all but inevitable given "collusion" between Brussels and Remain campaigners here in the UK.
  • Five Mexican states get US 'do not travel' warning

    Five Mexican states get US 'do not travel' warning

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    But five Mexican states - Sinaloa, Guerrero, Michoacan, Colima and Tamaulipas - were given the highest rating of " do not travel ", the same designation applied to near-failed states plagued by terrorism and open warfare. Mexico has 31 states, half of which are under level 3 or 4 warnings. But the government's Mexico Tourism Board said in a statement that "Mexico's major global tourism destinations have been explicitly listed as having no travel restrictions", apparently a reference to ...
  • Trump administration allow work requirements in Medicaid

    Trump administration allow work requirements in Medicaid

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    People are not legally required to hold a job to be on Medicaid, but states traditionally can seek federal waivers to test new ideas for the program. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma took to Twitter to defend the policy change, as well as telling reporters during a Thursday conference call, "This is about helping people rise out of poverty".
  • Trump touts a poll that's awful for him

    Trump touts a poll that's awful for him

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    Voters were also asked to describe the first year of the president in open-ended questions and 25 words were negative in nature. Even worse, an fantastic 57 percent of respondents said Trump is "not fit for office" and 69 percent said he isn't "level-headed".
  • Intelligence, Military Cooperation With US Snapped: Pak Defence Minister

    Intelligence, Military Cooperation With US Snapped: Pak Defence Minister

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    Pakistan blocked the Lines of Communication for months after a 2011 attack by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation air force accidentally hit two Pakistani check posts, killing more than two dozen Pakistani soldiers. Khan said his country wants to keep engagement with the United States open and would use its leverage after the utmost care and deliberation. Washington accuses Pakistan of turning a blind eye to militants.
  • Trump Suggests Republicans Scuttle Russia Investigations

    Trump Suggests Republicans Scuttle Russia Investigations

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    Whether in public remarks or on Twitter , the President has repeatedly called the special counsel investigation led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller a "witch hunt", dismissing it as a frivolous investigation launched by his political enemies seeking to delegitimize his 2016 election victory.
  • ICE raids 7-Eleven stores nationwide

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    In Los Angeles' Koreatown, seven agents who arrived in unmarked cars closed a store for 20 minutes to explain the audit to the only employee there, a clerk with a valid green card. In 2008, agents arrived by helicopter at the Agriprocessors meatpacking plant in Postville, Iowa, and detained almost 400 workers. "This whole week has put an emphasis on how the Trump administration wants to continue exercising their xenophobic views", says Maru Mora Villalpando, an organizer with Northwest ...
  • Myanmar military says soldiers murdered 10 captured Rohingya

    Myanmar military says soldiers murdered 10 captured Rohingya

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    A statement posted Wednesday on the Facebook page of military commander Sr. Six soldiers were taken to a military hospital, border guard police official Sann Oo said by phone Saturday. The head of Myanmar's government and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Aung San Suu Kyi has failed to recognize the crimes committed against the Rohingya people, denying charges of " ethnic cleansing ".
  • American tourist dies while hiking in Australia

    American tourist dies while hiking in Australia

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    Two tourists watch the setting sun from atop a rocky outcrop in the West MacDonnell Ranges along the Larapinta Trail about 110 kilometres (66 miles) west of the central Australian town of Alice Springs April 18, 2004. His body was located at the base of the mountain just after 5pm and his death is not believed to be suspicious. "It was about three hours from when he was last seen and when his body was found".
  • Germany to US: Call out Iran but Keep Nuclear Deal

    Germany to US: Call out Iran but Keep Nuclear Deal

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    Trump has said he would consider scrapping the deal. Mr. Trump's expected move falls far short of what U.S. Iranian hawks had been hoping for, even if Mr. Last month saw lawmakers miss what had widely been seen as a deadline set by the White House for such legislation to be delivered. "The protesters in Iran are expressing legitimate grievances, including demanding an end to their government's oppression, corruption, and waste of national resources on military adventures", the statement ...
  • What Does Judge's Decision Mean For DACA Recipients Now?

    What Does Judge's Decision Mean For DACA Recipients Now?

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    On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge William Alsup said the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, must remain in place as the lawsuits proceed. "While delay or inaction will cause significant negative impact to businesses, hundreds of thousands of deserving young people across the country are counting on you to work in a bipartisan way to pass permanent legislative protection for dreamers without further delay", the letter said.
  • Investigation as dead koala found screwed to post in Australia

    Investigation as dead koala found screwed to post in Australia

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    The poor little guy was dead when it was found, but it's not clear if it was alive when the screws were inserted. WARNING: The below image may cause distress to some readers. Mr Beatty said the RSPCA would collect the koala's body this afternoon and perform an autopsy on the animal to determine its cause of death. KRQ co-founder and carer Ray Chambers said police would be informed and he called for harsh penalties if the perpetrator was caught.
  • Oprah is a serious contender for the U.S. presidency

    Oprah is a serious contender for the U.S. presidency

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    Oprah would be a lot of fun". Her acceptance speech was so moving that many are now encouraging Oprah to run for president . Rumors have been swirling in political and media circles about Oprah entering the presidential race since she accepted the Cecil B.
  • Senator releases text of interview with Fusion GPS official

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    This is why Democrats say it's important that Simpson told Judiciary Committee investigators that he did not instruct Steele to dig up dirt on Trump or find ways to embarrass him. Following the Rome meeting, Steele told Simpson that the Federal Bureau of Investigation already had amassed similar "details" based on their own intelligence.
  • Joe Arpaio a Rising Star for Flake's Seat in Arizona

    Joe Arpaio a Rising Star for Flake's Seat in Arizona

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    He blames the agency for his conviction for defying a judge's order in an immigration case, though the charge was recommended by the judge, not a prosecutor. GOP Sen. Jeff Flake is retiring, setting up a fight among top Arizona Republicans for the nomination. Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by just 4 percentage points in Arizona in 2016, making it a much closer race than traditional swing states like Ohio, Iowa, Colorado and Virginia.
  • Thai leader tells reporters to quiz cardboard cutout of himself

    Thai leader tells reporters to quiz cardboard cutout of himself

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    Though some attendants at the pressers did laugh off the odd-ball incident, some even taking photos with the cutout, not everyone thought the move was amusing. The peculiar move is not the first unusual exchange between the prime minister and the media, as he has thrown banana peels at cameramen and threatened to execute critical journalists.