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As time went by it did not go up by much. "Then, a long time later, they started to report really large numbers, like 3000", the president tweeted this morning. "But I don't agree with a lot of stuff that he says about us". "Bad politics. I love Puerto Rico! ". Regarding Hurricane Maria , Gutierrez alleged that Trump's focus from the beginning "was on damage control from a political standpoint, not damage control from a human life standpoint".
  • Homosexuality legal says Supreme Court

    Homosexuality legal says Supreme Court

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    After the ruling, opponents of the law danced and waved flags outside the court. Justice Chandrachud was addressing the 19 Annual Bodh Raj Sawhny Memorial Oration 2018 organised by the National Law University, Delhi (NLU-D). In four separate but concurring judgements, the top court set aside its 2013 verdict in the Suresh Kaushal case which had re-criminalised consensual unnatural sex.
  • Dallas police officer who SHOT DEAD man after entering wrong apartment ARRESTED

    Dallas police officer who SHOT DEAD man after entering wrong apartment ARRESTED

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    One of the officers was trying to search Perez when he became combative, the affidavit said. During a press conference, Dallas Police Chief Reneé Hall asked the community and the media for patience and cooperation. According to police , Guyger shot and killed Jean after returning in uniform to the South Side Flats, where they both had apartments, following her shift.
  • Ex-Trump campaign adviser sentenced to 14 days in prison

    Ex-Trump campaign adviser sentenced to 14 days in prison

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    Papadopoulos' attorneys said in court papers their client is "ashamed and remorseful", but they insisted his lies did not harm the Russian Federation investigation. Far from cooperating to energize the special counsel probe, prosecutors Jeannie Rhee, Andrew Goldstein and Aaron Zelinsky argued, Papadopoulos and his wife gave life to a false narrative about them and the seriousness of his offense.
  • Texas officer kills man in flat she mistakes for her own

    Texas officer kills man in flat she mistakes for her own

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    The unnamed Dallas officer entered the apartment after her shift on Thursday night and confronted the victim, a 26-year-old male. The victim, Botham Shem Jean , was a 26-year-old black man. The Texas Rangers, a state-wide law enforcement agency, will conduct an independent investigation of the shooting. "I don't think there was a student on campus who didn't know Botham", said Landis Tindell, who reflected on Botham Shem's service as a resident adviser.
  • Afghanistan: Founder of Haqqani militant network dies

    Afghanistan: Founder of Haqqani militant network dies

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    Afghan Taliban sources said that despite being a deputy leader, he heads the operational command of the Taliban since 2015 and is believed to be the top strategist for orchestrating ruthless attacks on USA and Afghan forces and their military installations.
  • India, US hold inaugural edition of 2+2 dialogue in New Delhi

    India, US hold inaugural edition of 2+2 dialogue in New Delhi

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    India would not stop Iranian imports but would finalize its strategy on crude buys after this week's high-level meeting of US state and defense secretaries, Mike Pompeo and Jim Mattis , and India's foreign and defense ministers, Sushma Swaraj and Nirmala Sitharaman , an Indian official told Reuters last month.
  • Over 500 flights cancelled as Typhoon Jebi bears down on Japan

    Over 500 flights cancelled as Typhoon Jebi bears down on Japan

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    Authorities began taking some of those stranded to nearby Kobe Airport, which is also located on an artificial island, by ferry early Wednesday, while others were taken to the mainland by bus. According to the BBC, over a million people were evacuated from low-lying areas with imminent threats of waves, floods, and devastating mudslides.
  • Ayanna Pressley defeats Rep. Mike Capuano in Massachusetts Democratic primary

    Ayanna Pressley defeats Rep. Mike Capuano in Massachusetts Democratic primary

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    One of the closest watched races was longtime democratic incumbent Congressman Michael Capuano , who lost his seat to Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley . "I'm just as upset as they are, but so be it", Capuano told supporters. Joe Crowley in NY in June , appeared at a fundraiser with Pressley. Another 10-term incumbent went down to defeat in a Democratic primary Tuesday night.
  • Amid 'bloodbath' fears, USA warns Assad against using chemical weapons

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    Turkey and the U.S. said they were racing find a diplomatic solution to avoid "a serious massacre" in Syria's Idlib province ahead of a critical summit on Friday which is likely to decide the fate of the rebel stronghold. De Mistura said there were about 10,000 fighters with UN-recognized terrorist organizations now in Idlib. The Syrian military has been sending reinforcements to the area for more than a month, and Russian Federation has ramped up its rhetoric.
  • Typhoon brings heavy rain, powerful winds to western Japan

    Typhoon brings heavy rain, powerful winds to western Japan

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    It had been anchored nearby, but strong wind caused it to drift. More than 700 flights were cancelled. ANA Holdings Inc. and Japan Airlines Co. canceled a total of 560 domestic and 13 worldwide flights, while Kansai global Airport closed its runways as the typhoon approached, local broadcaster NHK reported.
  • Trump to Bloomberg: Sessions' job is safe until at least November elections

    Trump to Bloomberg: Sessions' job is safe until at least November elections

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    At a rally in IN on Thursday night, Trump turned up the rhetoric, threatening to "get involved" in the work of the Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation unless the agencies "start doing their job". After Mr Sessions' recusal, Deputy Attorney-General Rod Rosenstein appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller to lead the probe, which Mr Trump has called a "witch hunt".
  • Trump blames Sessions for indictments of GOP lawmakers

    Trump blames Sessions for indictments of GOP lawmakers

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    The president's striking suggestion that the Justice Department consider politics when making decisions showed his disregard for the agency's independence. Both men are key Trump supporters. Trump did not have any public events Monday. The Hunter investigation began in June 2016, according to the indictment.