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He said as the US-led worldwide alliance is about to eradicates ISIS in Syria, it must be ensured that "Iran does not profit from this success". The pair repeatedly embraced, held hands and on one occasion President Trump brushed some dandruff off President Macron's suit saying: "We have to make him ideal, he is flawless".
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    CJI can allocate cases, he's master of roster: AG to SC

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    The other woman judges of the Supreme Court so far are Justice Sujatha Manohar, Justice Ruma Pal, Justice Gyan Sudha Misra, Justice Ranjana Desai are the other women judges appointed to the apex court . Ms. Jaising said this "pick-and-choose" policy by the government was an affront to judicial independence and the rejection of Justice Joseph was a manifestation of the government's attack on the judiciary.
  • Romania's president asks PM Dancila to resign

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    Iohannis mentioned a "secret document" about the embassy move that was passed by the government last week, saying that it was "a huge mistake" because he was not informed of the document, according to the Romania Journal. Netanyahu's statement on Wednesday welcomed the "Romanian government's approval of a draft decision on initiating the transfer of the Romanian Embassy to Jerusalem".
  • Kim Jong Un, Moon Jae-in Sign Agreement to End Korean War

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    More than 26,000 Canadians served in the Korean War from around the time it began in June 1950 until the active fighting ended on July 27, 1953, with approximately 7,000 remaining stationed in the peninsula until August 1957. When Moon Jae became president of South Korea , Kim fired two missiles off, but Heo said, it wasn't out of anger. In October 2007, North and South Korea held a summit proposing that the two countries, "work together to advance the matter of having the leaders of ...
  • Arizona teachers union: We don't 'trust' governor's announced deal

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    The walkouts are the latest in demonstrations that spread from West Virginia , Oklahoma and Kentucky . On the first day of the historic statewide walkout in Arizona , around 50,000 educators and their supporters marched Thursday through downtown Phoenix in almost 100-degree (38-Celsius) heat and swarmed the Capitol grounds.
  • Judge says Hawley can continue investigating Greitens

    Judge says Hawley can continue investigating Greitens

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    Circuit Judge Rex Burlison on Thursday turned down a request to depose Roy Temple over whether he made payments to the ex-husband of a St. Louis woman who had an affair with Greitens in 2015, before he was elected. He also said Hawley's criticisms of Greitens were within the bounds of what is allowed by prosecutors. The charity has denied this. The evidence alleges Greitens knowingly filed false campaign disclosure forms to the Missouri Ethics Commission.
  • East Midlands Weather: Rain spreading north

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    Tomorrow we will see similar conditions with temperatures moving into the low to mid-80's. The chance of rain is 90 percent. After rain showers this morning, things have been fairly quiet this afternoon with mostly cloudy skies. It will remain a cooler day with highs around 50°. More widespread rain, and even some snow is looking possible. South Texas will enjoy sunshine and very pleasant temperatures for the next few days.
  • Former NFL Player Beaten By Police In Georgia

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    Officers then try to contort Marrow's body in an effort to restrain him. As officers grabbed Marrow's legs, the former National Football League player can be heard yelling "I'm not even fighting back". Marrow did not state when the arrest occurred in the Facebook post , but according to local NBC-affiliate 11 Alive, the arrest occurred in December.
  • Scotland urged to reconsider Brexit deal

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    Responding to the publication of the UK Government's amendments to crucial Brexit legislation, Scottish government minister Michael Russell claimed it was "now crystal clear in terms never seen before that the Scottish Parliament can be over-ridden by the UK Government".
  • Judge Scraps Manafort Suit Seeking to Restrain Robert Mueller

    Judge Scraps Manafort Suit Seeking to Restrain Robert Mueller

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    Manafort filed the lawsuit in January, claiming that Mueller's investigation is overly broad and not permitted under Justice Department regulations. He later narrowed his request, asking the court only to prohibit future special counsel actions against him. "Therefore, the Court finds that this civil complaint must be dismissed".
  • JUST IN: Fresh crisis looms as Supreme Court passes verdict

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    But Giwa counsel Chinedu Eze insisted that the Supreme Court has sacked the Pinnick-led NFF. Chris Giwa , the former owner of Giwa FC in the central city of Jos, has insisted since an election August 2014, that he is the rightful president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) even though Amaju Pinnick was declared the victor.
  • Guinea: Texas Couple Charged With Forcing Guinean Child to Work

    Guinea: Texas Couple Charged With Forcing Guinean Child to Work

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    During a news conference Friday morning, Scott Palmer, attorney for Cros-Toure said, "We believe this complaint is riddled with salacious allegations, fabrications and lies". until her visa expired. Toure, meanwhile, is the son of Guinea's first president, Ahmed Sekou Toure , who was elected in 1958 and held that office until his death in 1984.
  • Trump 'won't be involved' in special counsel's Russia probe

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    Dershowitz concluded that the president was "entitled to express views" but conceded that Trump had a habit of espousing "conflicting messages". A report is expected next month. Comey says, however, that the memos were personal, not official. "He's supposed to know what's classified". During that broadcast, Comey maintained that he had not "leaked" information because, by his definition, leaking means an unauthorized disclosure of classified information.