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The Australian Defence Department has confirmed that no Australians were hurt in the incident and Australian personnel had supported Afghan security forces in responding to the incident and provided medical support. Trump lashed out at Pakistan in early January, denouncing Islamabad's "lies" and "deceit" in the fight against terrorism-with the US suspending hundreds of millions of dollars in security assistance.
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    Graham said Mueller is "the ideal guy to get to the bottom of this", and his bill would give Mueller "the space to do it". Mr McGahn is reported to have disagreed with the President's case for dismissing Mr Mueller and told senior White House officials that firing him would have a catastrophic effect on Mr Trump's presidency and raise questions about whether the White House was trying to obstruct the Russian Federation probe.
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    And yet the most exciting element of her wardrobe was arguably the oversized diamond ring adorning her left hand. Wearing an Armani Privé dress on the red carpet, all eyes were on the singer and probably one of the longest trains in red carpet history! Hailee SteinfeldHer shimmering aquatic toned smokey eye look made her brown eyes pop.
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    Trump reportedly might end up asking Congress to extend his "fast track" negotiating authority, which ends in June. Under the Canadian proposal, backed by Mexico, the USA would be prevented from participating in or developing the rules of the new system: "We basically said to them, 'If you want to opt out that's fine, you're gone,"' one non-American said.
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    The Russian daily further added that Netanyahu is also likely to bring up Iran's nuclear deal during the discussions with Putin. "Lebanon has become - both by its own actions and omissions and by a blind eye from many members of the global community - one large missile factory", Manelis wrote on the Ahewar website.
  • Boy, 7, taken from school in handcuffs after allegedly attacking teacher

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    The report stated that he "attacked the teacher by repeatedly punching her on her back, in the hallway" and once he was restrained, he continued to struggle, bringing the pair to the ground. The first-grader was detained under the Florida Mental Health Act ( Baker Act ) and then hospitalized without his parents' consent, but he was discharged hours later.
  • Landscaper now facing five murder charges in case of missing gay men

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    The new charges are in connection with the deaths of Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi and Dean Lisowick. McArthur's arrest came after a months-long investigation into deaths and disappearances from Toronto's gay village, where residents have long anxious about someone targeting the community and complained about police inaction to solve the cases.
  • Meet Joe Kennedy III: Democratic rising star to deliver SOTU response

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    Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) has been chosen to deliver the Democratic reponse to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union on Tuesday. Twenty-three percent said that each of those two topics is "somewhat important" for the speech . The President's status report will be broadcast on several linear channels, including all four of the nation's major networks, but for those without TVs, YouTube will provide ample coverage.
  • Gaming Commission To Investigate Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Wynn

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    On Saturday, RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel said in a statement to USA Today , "Today I accepted Steve Wynn's resignation as Republican National Committee Finance Chair". Wynn is the latest in a list of powerful men across an array of industries who have been accused of harassing and abusing women. The newspaper reported that Wynn's actions were well known enough that employees would sometimes enter fake appointments in the books to help other female workers avoid him.
  • Melania Trump Spokeswoman Blasts 'Salacious' And 'False Reporting'

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    The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump's personal lawyer brokered a $130,000 payment to Daniels in October 2016 to prohibit her from publicly discussing the alleged affair before the election. She was scheduled to accompany Donald Trump on his trip to Davos for the World Economic Forum, but those plans were abruptly canceled due to "scheduling and logistical issues", according to a spokesperson for the first lady.
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    Ministers decide on Monday how best to go about a referendum vote on the subject that will ask the Irish people if the constitution's eighth amendment should be abolished. The Taoiseach has said that the Cabinet will adopt a collective position on the issue. A referendum on the Eighth Amendment is expected in late May or early June.
  • Kendrick Lamar is king of Grammys, so far, with 5 wins

    Kendrick Lamar is king of Grammys, so far, with 5 wins

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    You won't want to miss A Wrinkle In Time with a cast like this! A pre-taped parody sketch saw Hillary Clinton, John Legend, Cher, Cardi B and Snoop Dogg read excerpts from the critical book " Fire and Fury " about U.S. Comment • This category amounts to a song-of-the-year award for the artist, and King Kendrick's top single certainly fits the bill, with his authoritative lyricism and thunderous-yet-simple music, defined by 808 beats and a stabbing piano line.