• Euro 2017: England confident they can break hoodoo
Euro 2017: England confident they can break hoodoo

They have also met in three friendlies since, France winning the last at the She Believes Cup in March with a 95th-minute victor, again after England led for most of the game. Sampson responded angrily: "The game isn't played in the press conference room, lucky for them. He'll learn who to take on". I don't think that Sampson does himself any favou...

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  • Corey Lewandowski: Trump Has 'Legal Authority' to Fire Robert Mueller
Corey Lewandowski: Trump Has 'Legal Authority' to Fire Robert Mueller

Nearly every time Trump tweets, a remarkable reaction occurs. Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of SC warned Thursday there would be "holy hell" to pay if Trump fired Sessions. Trump understands this. Reports of his frustration and rage suggest that he knows he has been maneuvered, partly by his own mistakes, into a kill box from which there...

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  • Israeli Security Lowers Palestinian Flag From Temple Mount
Israeli Security Lowers Palestinian Flag From Temple Mount

Red Crescent reported that over 200 Palestinians were injured in Friday's clashes in Quds and the West Bank. By evening all restrictions were lifted and Palestinians of all ages were allowed into the mosque compound, Israeli and Palestinian sources said.

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  • Three Republicans threaten to vote no on healthcare
Three Republicans threaten to vote no on healthcare

Under current law, the employer mandate requires companies with a minimum of 50 full-time employees to offer coverage to their workers and the individual mandate places a penalty tax on those who choose to opt out of insurance plans. "The answer is absolutely not", Meadows told reporters. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Ryan's statem...

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  • Attacks on Israeli Forces Continue Friday in Bethlehem, Hebron
Attacks on Israeli Forces Continue Friday in Bethlehem, Hebron

As part of several undercover operations within the West Bank, IDF undercover soldiers assimilated into the Palestinian crowds, who were burning tires, blocking roads and throwing rocks at Israeli security forces. But by Friday afternoon there were only sporadic confrontations in the West Bank and the afternoon prayers passed peacefully in Jerusale...

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  • Russian Federation retaliates over United States sanctions
Russian Federation retaliates over United States sanctions

Most U.S. diplomatic staff, including around 300 U.S. citizens, work in the main embassy in Moscow, with others based in consulates in St Petersburg, Yekaterinburg and Vladivostok. The European Union is remaining vigilant about the package of new USA sanctions on Russian Federation, amid fears the penalties could harm the bloc's energy security and...

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  • Hassan calls for Democrats, Republicans to fix health care
Hassan calls for Democrats, Republicans to fix health care

It also mandated that all Americans have health insurance - known as the " individual mandate" - or pay a penalty - something the Obama administration believed necessary to make the economics work: young, healthy people needed to pay into the system to offset the costs of the sick and the elderly.

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  • US Senate rejects partial Obamacare repeal, bitter blow to Trump
US Senate rejects partial Obamacare repeal, bitter blow to Trump

Just moments before, Mr Trump had spoken to him by phone, urging him to approve a bill that would have repealed parts of the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. Lindsey Graham said at a press conference. The narrow defeat of a hastily written, barely analyzed bill to replace Obamacare, a bill that would have left at least 15 million...

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  • France questions legality of U.S. sanctions against Iran, Russia
France questions legality of U.S. sanctions against Iran, Russia

U.S. President Donald Trump could veto pending legislation that would slap new sanctions on Russian Federation in order to push for a tougher deal, a top White House aide said on Thursday. Thirty-five Russian diplomats were expelled from the United States in December under sanctions imposed by President Barack Obama in response to Russia's a...

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  • Trump shakes-up staff, weighs signing Russian Federation sanctions bill into law
Trump shakes-up staff, weighs signing Russian Federation sanctions bill into law

The sanctions bill includes a provision that would limit Trump's authority to lift existing sanctions that were placed following Kremlin's annexation of Crimea in 2014. "It'll be very interesting to see how the Trump administration implements this". But while the proposed sanctions bill will likely pass the Senate, President Donald Trump may veto t...

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  • US Senate Passes Bill on Iran, Russia Sanctions
US Senate Passes Bill on Iran, Russia Sanctions

The legislation bars Mr Trump from easing or waiving the penalties on Russian Federation unless congress agrees. The move was a further blow to hopes in Moscow that Trump's election might help improve ties that slumped to their lowest point since the Cold War over the Kremlin's meddling in Ukraine and alleged interference in the U.S.

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  • Trump's Chief of Staff resigns
Trump's Chief of Staff resigns

Trump appointed Kelly, a retired Marine general, to secretary of Homeland Security on December 7, 2016 and he was confirmed on January, 20, 2017 the first day of Trump's administration. During that time , Trump reportedly remained on Air Force One. Ball, 38, previously worked in investment relations at SkyBridge Capital, the wealth manageme...

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  • Russian Federation retaliates against new U.S. sanctions
Russian Federation retaliates against new U.S. sanctions

Before Trump's decision to sign the bill into law, Sen. And Congress would have quickly overturned a veto - a public repudiation that would underscore the President's impotence in this situation. Russian Federation didn't wait for the White House to announce whether Mr. Trump would sign the bill to retaliate. Still, signing a bill that penalizes ...

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  • Afghan policemen killed in Taliban attack
Afghan policemen killed in Taliban attack

Prosecutors say that in the second attack in early 2014, a convoy of eight or nine USA military vehicles was hit, with at least one American soldier killed and two more wounded. The Taliban militant group claimed responsibility for the attack, saying their fighters had killed 25 local and national police. On Tuesday, they took control of Jani Khe...

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  • Trump to sign bill for new sanctions on Russian Federation
Trump to sign bill for new sanctions on Russian Federation

Embassy's recreation retreat. Moscow's latest move comes a day after the US Senate passed sweeping legislation slapping new sanctions on Russian Federation - over its alleged interference in last year's election, annexation of Crimea and military operations in eastern Ukraine - and limiting President Donald Trump's ability to remove them.

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  • Democrats Praise Republican McCain After Senate Fails to Repeal Obamacare
Democrats Praise Republican McCain After Senate Fails to Repeal Obamacare

In regard to Mr. Trump's unresolved quarrel with Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his decision to recuse himself from the ongoing investigation of alleged Trump campaign "collusion" with the Russian government, Sen. The House approved its health care measure in May, after its own tribulations. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.). "Virtually nothing we're doing...

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  • Deal struck on Russia-Iran sanctions bill restricting Trump
Deal struck on Russia-Iran sanctions bill restricting Trump

An official in the White House wouldn't say whether Trump would sign it, saying only that they are reviewing the bill and that the administration supports sanctions against the three countries. If Mr Trump chooses to veto it, the bill is expected to garner enough support in both chambers to override his veto and pass it into law. His vow to exten...

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  • Liverpool ace scores with stunning lob from Philippe Coutinho assist
Liverpool ace scores with stunning lob from Philippe Coutinho assist

But yes, the new players are maybe better than people thought they would be and that is how it is. "Unfortunately, the other teams are also really pretty strong in England, so we have no choice but to be at our highest". Coutinho and Salah combined again moments later to release Firmino down the left channel, but the Brazilian also attempted a ch...

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  • Amit Shah's presence in Rajya Sabha a big boost for BJP
Amit Shah's presence in Rajya Sabha a big boost for BJP

The seat fall vacant due to demise of Union Minister Anil Madhav Dave. Party sources said the leadership was also open to the idea of supporting an independent candidate, if there is one. Shah has become even more active as BJP chief after the party's impressive performance in the Uttar Pradesh elections. Irani was appointed as Human Resources Deve...

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  • White House: Trump intends to sign bill on new sanctions against Russian Federation
White House: Trump intends to sign bill on new sanctions against Russian Federation

Confronted by a united Congress and suspicions about his intentions towards the Russian leader, Trump had little choice but to sign the measure, whose passage the White House had opposed. in December previous year, under Barack Obama , in response to suspected Russian meddling in the United States election. The ministry said the number was being...

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