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Netanyahu's trial is expected to start after the fall Jewish holidays and the prime minister's wife is not expected to get jail time even if convicted, but it was important to Mandelblit that she be given a criminal record for her actions. "The wife of the prime minister is not the one who ordered the food and the trays, but the former housekeeper Mani Naftali, as he himself admitted in the Herzliya court", the attorneys stated.
  • Rudy Giuliani, Investigate Mueller's 'almost illegal and unethical probe'

    Rudy Giuliani, Investigate Mueller's 'almost illegal and unethical probe'

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    Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sent to jail last week to await trial on more than 20 charges as part of the special counsel's probe. Dan Donovan. "If Manfort is convicted, will President Trump pardon him?" The Russia probe, Guiliani says, is illegal because of its genesis, and not because of Special Counsel Robert Mueller who, Trump's lawyer claims, should not be investigated.
  • Ramadan: Muslim faithful wait for a sign to celebrate

    Ramadan: Muslim faithful wait for a sign to celebrate

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    The zonal and district Ruet-e-Hilal committees met at their respective headquarters simultaneously. This is the first time in recent history, Muslims in India and Pakistan have started the fasting of Ramadan on the same day. Eid al-Fitr has a particular Salat (Islamic prayer) which is generally offered in an open field or a large hall with congregation in attendance. "On this auspicious occasion as the Muslim Holy month concludes, a spirit of renewal for continued peace is paramount and ...
  • Dead, 12 Immigrants Ejected After Car Chase with Texas Border Patrol

    Dead, 12 Immigrants Ejected After Car Chase with Texas Border Patrol

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    Four people were pronounced dead at the scene near Highway 85 about 100 miles southwest of San Antonio , ABC News reports . He added: 'This is a flawless example of why our borders need to be secure'. He would not confirm if any of the patients had died. Sunday's crash comes amid widespread protests over President Donald Trump's immigration policies that include separating undocumented children from parents caught sneaking them into the country.
  • Trump says U.S. must pursue peace with North Korea ‘at all costs’

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    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had given Kim Jong Un a direct phone number and suggested he might call the North Korean leader on Sunday, following their summit in Singapore this week. Trump's comments come at the end of a week where he has repeatedly praised and expressed admiration for Kim, who he met with in Singapore last weekend.
  • Yemen troops mass in bid to retake key port

    Yemen troops mass in bid to retake key port

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    The attack on Hodeida, however, could derail that effort. Hodeidah, Yemen's biggest port and the only port controlled by the Houthis, serves as the lifeline for the majority of Yemen's population, which lives in Houthi-ruled territory. Early on Wednesday, convoys of vehicles headed towards the rebel-held city as heavy gunfire rang out. The initial battle plan appeared to involve a pincer movement.
  • What was Donald Trump thinking when he saluted a North Korean general?

    What was Donald Trump thinking when he saluted a North Korean general?

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    The historic Singapore meeting focused on "denuclearization" of the Korean peninsula, although it didn't yield a detailed agreement for accomplishing that goal. Trump was later asked by reporters what he meant by the remark. In the joint statement following Tuesday's talks with Trump, Kim agreed to the "complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula".
  • Colorado wildfires displace thousands, prompt national forest closure

    Colorado wildfires displace thousands, prompt national forest closure

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    Much of the U.S. West is experiencing some level of drought and the Four Corners region - where Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado meet - is at the center of a large patch of exceptional drought. This could accelerate the blaze, which has been burning for the last two weeks. It's only 15 percent contained, according to the National Forest Service .
  • India to celebrate Eid on Saturday

    India to celebrate Eid on Saturday

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    Often, the local committees have to collect and submit photos or videos of the moon as verification of the sighting. Eid-al -Fitr will be celebrated in the United Kingdom - England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland - tomorrow, June 15, if the crescent moon will be sighted today.
  • Americans have long hoped for a peaceful denuclearization of North Korea

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    In follow-up talks on the establishment of new relations, the USA and North Korea will likely hold discussions on ending hostilities. During the first press conference after his historic meeting with the North Korean leader, Trump said United States war games in the region would be " provocative " amid talks with Pyongyang and promised to suspend them.
  • Merkel: G-7 summit with Trump was a 'sobering' experience

    Merkel: G-7 summit with Trump was a 'sobering' experience

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    The G7 meeting collapsed in farce as Trump left early to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for a summit in Singapore , refusing to sign a communique produced by the group. The U.S. president arrived several minutes after the start of the breakfast meeting between G7 leaders and the gender equality advisory council that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau created for this year's summit in the Charlevoix region of Quebec .
  • United Kingdom ministers to meet to hammer out agreement on Brexit backstop

    United Kingdom ministers to meet to hammer out agreement on Brexit backstop

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    The campaign, Best For Britain, is urging British lawmakers to force a referendum on the deal - which is still to be secured by Prime Minister Theresa May with the European Union officials - before the country formally leaves the bloc. Even if he hadn't, the government's proposed backstop would have set us on the road to Remain by another name. "We are no closer to knowing the relationship Britain is going to have (with the EU)", said Jane Foley, a currencies strategist at Rabobank.
  • U.S. military service member killed in Somalia attack

    U.S. military service member killed in Somalia attack

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    Col. Abdi Ibrahim with the Somali armed forces said Friday. One U.S. special operations soldier was killed and four U.S. service members were wounded in an attack in Somalia on Friday, June 8, 2018. A U.S. Africa Command statement said the four were in the care of the U.S. Embassy medical team in neighboring Kenya. The US had pulled out of the country after 1993, when two helicopters were shot down in Mogadishu and bodies of Americans were dragged through the streets.
  • PM's statement prior to his departure to Qingdao in China

    PM's statement prior to his departure to Qingdao in China

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    This is the PM's second visit to China in the last 6 weeks. President Xi Jinping appreciated Pakistan for its proactive participation in SCO since becoming a member. Xi also called for inclusive development and sustainable security, saying they can be achieved by enhancing mutual trust and the foundations for shared peace and security.
  • USA expands China health alert amid illness reports

    USA expands China health alert amid illness reports

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    A medical team has been flown to the US Consulate in China's southern city of Guangzhou to test diplomatic staff and their families, the New York Times reported . The preliminary findings of the medical reports on the 24 personnel affected in Cuba showed they had sensory and memory problems similar to the brain dysfunction seen with concussions.
  • DOJ offers new briefing as lawmakers dispute Trump spy claim

    DOJ offers new briefing as lawmakers dispute Trump spy claim

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    Ryan also backed up another senior Republican's assertion that there is no evidence that the Federal Bureau of Investigation planted a "spy" in Trump's 2016 presidential election campaign when it sent a secret informant to investigate signs of potentially improper links with high level Russian operatives.
  • Giuliani: Mueller's Russian Federation probe team trying to frame Trump

    Giuliani: Mueller's Russian Federation probe team trying to frame Trump

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    A day earlier, Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani had told Sunday talk shows that the president does has the power to pardon himself, but that would be politically very tough. Most experts say his claims of the right to self-pardon, and accusation that the Mueller investigation is unconstitutional, lack strong legal foundation.