• US revokes visa for International Court prosecutor Bensouda
US revokes visa for International Court prosecutor Bensouda

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said Friday that her US visa has been revoked, in what appears to be evidence of a crackdown on the global tribunal by the Trump administration. The request says there is information that members of the US military and intelligence agencies "committed acts of torture, cruel treatment, outrages upon...

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  • Trump Claims
Trump Claims "Every Right" To See Full Mueller Report

President Trump arriving at the white house after Mueller investigation concluded. In Thursday's statement, Barr defended the decision to release a brief summary letter two days after receiving the report on March 22. But, in an interview with CBS News' Margaret Brennan , Giuliani stopped short of saying there would be no evidence of obstruction...

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  • Pakistan Says India Planning Another Military Attack
Pakistan Says India Planning Another Military Attack

In the dogfight, the Indian Air Force said it had shot down a Pakistani fighter jet while losing one of its own. The aerial clash had fueled fears at the time of a wider conflict between the two nuclear-armed neighbors. The fishermen's release comes days after the Foreign Office announced that Pakistan would release 360 Indian prisoners, includ...

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  • Navy sailor killed in Virginia after shooting, wounding another sailor
Navy sailor killed in Virginia after shooting, wounding another sailor

The female sailor was taken to Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital. The shooter was quickly identified and shot and killed by my Naval Air Station Oceana security personnel. The base was immediately placed under lockdown shortly after the shooting at 6:45 a.m. Officials believe the shooting was a domestic assault. Her injuries are not con...

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  • Putin tells Netanyahu Russia found remains of missing Israeli soldier
Putin tells Netanyahu Russia found remains of missing Israeli soldier

Baumel, a dual US-Israeli citizen, was a part of the 362nd armored battalion that fought in the Battle of Sultan Yacoub in June 1982. "His body is in Israel". "Our efforts to locate the other missing-in-action soldiers continue", he added. "This process would never have happened without the true cooperation over many years of figures in the Isr...

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  • Trump Calls Netanyahu ‘Your Prime Minister’ While Speaking To American Jewish Group
Trump Calls Netanyahu ‘Your Prime Minister’ While Speaking To American Jewish Group

Along with settlements, "our ongoing control of all the territory west of the Jordan" River was a further condition set by the Israeli premier for any US-led peace initiative. His remark followed an internal fight among Democrats over how to respond to comments by Rep. Ilhan Omar , D-Minn., that some criticized as anti-Semitic.

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  • UK minister sees Brexit deal with Labour
UK minister sees Brexit deal with Labour

The EU, which gave her a two-week extension the last time she asked, insists she must first show a viable plan to secure agreement on her thrice-rejected divorce deal in the British parliament. The Conservative Party lawmaker suggested using Britain's positon to veto any EU budget increases, block the establishment of an EU army, and make it imposs...

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  • Congress votes to withdraw U.S. support from Saudi-led Yemen war
Congress votes to withdraw U.S. support from Saudi-led Yemen war

Getting the measure passed took months, despite outrage in Congress over the civilian toll in the Yemen conflict, Saudi Arabia's human rights record and calls for a tougher line on the government in Riyadh after the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a US resident, at a Saudi consulate in Turkey in October.

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  • Haftar's forces in Libya to continue offensive to Tripoli
Haftar's forces in Libya to continue offensive to Tripoli

The renewed fighting came a day after UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres arrived for his first visit to Libya as UN chief. Mr Guterres failed to persuade the factions to sign a ceasefire, tweeting on Friday: "I leave Libya with a heavy heart and deeply concerned".

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  • Did Serena Williams accidentally let slip the gender of Meghan Markle’s baby?
Did Serena Williams accidentally let slip the gender of Meghan Markle’s baby?

So will Meghan and Harry avoid that big press call? Charles has worked with George and Amal Clooney as well as David and Victoria Beckham. Kevin said if he had the chance to speak to the Duke and Duchess, he would say: "Hello Harry and Meghan".

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  • Cohen Offers Lawmakers 14M Files to Help Keep Him Out of Prison
Cohen Offers Lawmakers 14M Files to Help Keep Him Out of Prison

The letter from his lawyers asks members of Congress to write on his behalf to the Southern District of NY, asking that he be allowed to pick through the data himself - as well as generic letters " outlining his cooperation ", which could be used to request further sentencing reductions.

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  • India is engaging with United States for second Iran oil waiver: MEA
India is engaging with United States for second Iran oil waiver: MEA

The US considers India an integral part of its Indo-Pacific strategy to counter China. "The crude's API seems to be 48 degrees so in a way it's possible (to replace Iranian condensate) but again we need to check the oil's quality", one of the sources said.

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  • Warnings over rushed social media laws
Warnings over rushed social media laws

Failure would be punishable by fines of up to $168,000 for an individual or $840,000 for a corporation. The opposition Labour party expressed serious misgivings but voted in favour of the legislation - in a step that echoed the bipartisan passage of a similarly controversial law forcing technology firms to weaken encryption.

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  • Germany rejects Venezuela's attempt to prosecute Guaido
Germany rejects Venezuela's attempt to prosecute Guaido

Caracas has slammed countries that criticized the decision of the Venezuelan government to remove immunity from opposition leader Juan Guaido who proclaimed himself an interim president. The U.S.is among dozens of countries that contend Maduro's election previous year was fictitious and that support resistance leader Juan Guaido's claim to the pr...

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  • Netanyahu in Moscow for Syria Meeting with Putin
Netanyahu in Moscow for Syria Meeting with Putin

The operation was made possible by Israel's close cooperation with Russian Federation, a close ally of Damascus, and took two years to complete. "The sister, the brother and their children came to see me and as I told them of your decision and about the fact that Russian soldiers took actions, sometimes at personal risk, they were open-mouthed and ...

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  • United Kingdom requests Brexit extension until June 30
United Kingdom requests Brexit extension until June 30

May said Wednesday's talks with Corbyn were "constructive", suggesting she might be prepared to bend her previous principles and listen to proposals for much closer post-Brexit trade relations with the bloc than many Conservatives are prepared to accept.

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  • OH ex-convict charged after claiming to be long-lost IL boy
OH ex-convict charged after claiming to be long-lost IL boy

Rini isn't facing any local charges, sheriff's office spokesman Dave Daugherty said , but it's possible he may face federal charges. The FBI declared Rini's story a hoax Thursday based on DNA testing, one day after he identified himself to authorities as Pitzen.

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  • Canada's Justin Trudeau ousts ex-attorney general from Liberal party
Canada's Justin Trudeau ousts ex-attorney general from Liberal party

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Jane Philpott , MP for Markham-Stouffville riding, has been kicked out of the Liberal caucus. " This was an expression of loyalty, not disloyalty - in the same way that Jody Wilson-Raybould attempted to protect the Prime Minister from the obvious short-term and long-term consequences of attempts to interfere...

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  • Joe Biden reveals why he hasn’t announced if he’s running
Joe Biden reveals why he hasn’t announced if he’s running

Biden used humor during his speech on Friday in reference to the allegations. While Biden consistently sits atop public opinion polls assessing the 2020 Democratic field, some in the party have said he is out of step with its more progressive, diverse and younger elements.

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  • No Immunity for Venezuelan Opposition Leader
No Immunity for Venezuelan Opposition Leader

The move by the assembly, which is loyal to President Nicolas Maduro , could pave the way for Guaido's prosecution and potential arrest. Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, whom many nations have recognized as the country's rightful interim ruler, greets supporters during a rally in Los Teques, Venezuela, March 30, 2019.

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