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The autocratic Orban has campaigned heavily on his unyielding anti-migration policies, though voters say they are more concerned with poverty, growing government corruption and the country's underfunded health care system. It has curbed the powers of the constitutional court, increased control of the media and appointed loyalists to key positions. On Friday, at his closing campaign rally, he vowed to protect his nation from Muslim migrants, saying: "Migration is like rust that slowly but ...
  • Dow plummets 500 points after China announces new tariffs

    Dow plummets 500 points after China announces new tariffs

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    The biggest worry for investors is that an escalating trade war will derail a global economy that is largely growing in unison. European stocks also fell sharply. Beijing has called the metal tariffs an abuse of global trade rules. One of the notable casualties of the Chinese tariffs is a U.S. company that's owned by China .
  • DOJ sues California over state's federal land use bill

    DOJ sues California over state's federal land use bill

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    The lawsuit seeks an injunction against California Senate Bill 50, which requires the federal government to give the state's land commission the option to buy federal land before it can be transferred to another owner because the Justice Department claims it is unconstitutional.
  • Paul Manafort's Move to Restrain Mueller Meets Skeptical Judge

    Paul Manafort's Move to Restrain Mueller Meets Skeptical Judge

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    In the filing , the special counsel's office argues that a federal judge should not throw out Manafort's case. Special counsel Robert Mueller was authorized by a top Justice Department official to investigate whether Paul Manafort , the onetime chairman of President Donald Trump's campaign, illegally coordinated with Russian Federation to interfere in the 2016 election, new court filings show.
  • 'Violent scourge' on London streets as murder figures overtake New York

    'Violent scourge' on London streets as murder figures overtake New York

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    She said the gunshot wound, below the victim's breast, was not immediately visible and it looked like she was "having a fit". He said: "It was a awful attack in which this young lady has lost her life". The latest victim, a 20-year-old man, was stabbed to death after leaving a bar in the Earlsfield area of south west London in the early hours of Easter Sunday, according to The Daily Telegraph .
  • Trump to send military to guard Mexico border

    Trump to send military to guard Mexico border

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    He's previously suggested using the Pentagon's budget to pay for building the wall , arguing it is a national security priority, despite strict rules that prohibit spending that's not authorized by Congress. The $1.3 trillion spending package recently passed by lawmakers only includes $1.6 billion for border wall funding, and the bulk of that money must be used to fix existing parts of the wall, not for new construction.
  • Great Falls man charged with sexual abuse of children

    Great Falls man charged with sexual abuse of children

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    Lisette Estrella-Henderon, Solano County superintendent of schools, talked about the long-term effects of child abuse . "The Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline is an important tool individuals can, and must, use to ensure the safety of our children", said Child Maltreatment Prevention Director Kendra Dunn.
  • Saudi oil tanker hit in Houthi attack off Yemen

    Saudi oil tanker hit in Houthi attack off Yemen

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    In a statement carried by Saudi media, the coalition said the tanker was in global waters when it got under "Houthi-Iranian attack". The ship sustained minor damage in the attack, which was thwarted by swift intervention of the coalition's naval ship.
  • Ex-spy poisoning row: Britain unable to identify source of nerve agent

    Ex-spy poisoning row: Britain unable to identify source of nerve agent

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    Speaking on the Today programme, Mr Buzhinsky warned how the reaction from Russian Federation over the expelled diplomats could lead to the "last war in the history of mankind", ramping up World War 3 fears. 'You expel diplomats, we expel diplomats, you further expel, what's the next step? The breach of diplomatic relations. "It may lead to nowhere. To corner, Russian Federation is a very unsafe thing".
  • Israel Cancels Plan To Deport Africans

    Israel Cancels Plan To Deport Africans

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    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu named Canada, Italy and Germany as some of the nations that will take in the migrants - although not all appeared to have been informed of the plan yet. Opposition leaders and activists in Israel hailed the new deal on Monday. But the agreement to let many of them stay in Israel drew harsh criticism from some of Mr.
  • Conte speaks about his future after Spurs loss

    Conte speaks about his future after Spurs loss

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    Then, in the future, if there is the possibility, you have to try to buy only two or three players - not eight players. "That's the only way to do it". "My task is to work, and I know that I and my staff work 24 hours a day for Chelsea ", said Conte. He may have distanced himself from the decision-making process, but the club hierarchy are not in turn happy with the Italian's strategy to point fingers at others.
  • Estimated One Thousand Failaq al-Rahman Militants Leave Syrian Douma

    Estimated One Thousand Failaq al-Rahman Militants Leave Syrian Douma

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    The child, who was just five weeks old when he was injured, will "survive on behalf of all innocent children of Syria" and "remind us that we have a conscience as humanity", he added. A Syrian military source was quoted as saying that some of the fighters were rejecting the deal. Syrian opposition groups have also fired mortars into Damascus.
  • 10 dead, several feared trapped as four-storey building collapses in Indore

    10 dead, several feared trapped as four-storey building collapses in Indore

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    It is suspected that around 9.17 pm, a speeding vehicle hit the hotel leading to its collapse. Indore Commissioner Sanjay Dubey said a detailed inquiry will be held to ascertain the reason behind the collapse. The reports said Indore collector Nishant Warwade ordered a magisterial probe into the incident. Building collapses are common in India as builders try to cut corners by using substandard materials, and as multi-story structures are erected with inadequate supervision.
  • Turkey's Erdogan rejects French offer of talks with SDF

    Turkey's Erdogan rejects French offer of talks with SDF

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    After Macron's meeting Thursday with members of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Kurdish figures claimed that the French leader had promised to send troops to Manbij near Syria's border with Turkey. "If France takes any steps regarding its military presence in northern Syria, this would be an illegitimate step that would go against worldwide law and in fact, it would be an invasion", said Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli on Saturday.
  • Should we repeal the Second Amendment?

    Should we repeal the Second Amendment?

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    Judicial myopia (Heller v. District of Columbia), self-serving fear mongering and congressional venality have contorted and perverted the Second Amendment . Considering why the amendment was written should lead us to different conclusions about the viewpoints of the NRA. Fact is. there was a move back then to keep guns away from slaves, but it's actually an anti-gun control issue and not an issue about repealing the Second Amendment.