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Whitaker knew he could not put Berman in charge because Berman had already recused himself from the investigation, The New York Times reported, citing several officials with direct knowledge of the call between Trump and Whitaker. "I am confident that everyone in the room knew exactly what we were doing". The Justice Department inspector general past year referred to prosecutors' allegations that McCabe had lied during an internal investigation into a news media disclosure.
  • Deputy US AG, who oversaw Russian Federation probe, to leave in March

    Deputy US AG, who oversaw Russian Federation probe, to leave in March

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    Rosenstein is expected to step down by mid-March, a Justice Department official said on Monday. Rosen's nomination must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.He previously served as general counsel in the Transportation Department and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) but does not have experience as a prosecutor or Justice Department official, which is unusual for a deputy attorney general candidate.
  • McCabe: 'I think it's possible' Trump is a Russian asset

    McCabe: 'I think it's possible' Trump is a Russian asset

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    Rosenstein's crime? "He should have never picked a special counsel", Trump told the New York Post . McCabe , who looked extremely uncomfortable, answered, "Absolutely not, not at any time, ever". I reviewed it with our lawyers. While substantively who called whom may prove irrelevant, McCabe told Pelley that "I made memorandums to myself to make sure that I preserved my contemporaneous recollections of those interactions", so any problems with the accuracy of those memos will call ...
  • China accuses US of trying to block its tech development

    China accuses US of trying to block its tech development

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    If competent government oversight can mitigate the risk of non-specific national security concerns, allowing carriers the option to use lower cost, quality equipment in their 5G rollouts, the big victor is the consumer. of working at the behest of the Chinese government. European officials, including a vice-president of the European Union, have expressed concern about Chinese regulations issued previous year that require companies to co-operate with intelligence agencies.
  • 3m Nine killed in Kashmir gun battle

    3m Nine killed in Kashmir gun battle

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    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan will be donating Rs 5 lakh each to the families of CRPF troppers who died in the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district. The firing resumed around 9 am as the forces assessed that two or three Jaish terrorists were still hiding in the area. That being said, the target of the mission, Kamran (suspected mastermind of the February 14 attack) was shot dead along with another terrorist- Ghazi Rasheed.
  • Sex abuse survivors to meet with Vatican summit organizers, including Archbishop Scicluna

    Sex abuse survivors to meet with Vatican summit organizers, including Archbishop Scicluna

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    August 16 - The U.S. bishops' conference calls for a Vatican-led investigation into the allegations of sexual abuse and cover-up surrounding McCarrick. The church is struggling to deal with a sexual abuse crisis. In a statement , the Archdiocese of Washington said: "Our hope and prayer is that this decision serves to help the healing process for survivors of abuse, as well as those who have experienced disappointment or disillusionment because of what former Archbishop McCarrick has done".
  • Shadowy Group Again Threatens Iran-Pakistan Relations

    Shadowy Group Again Threatens Iran-Pakistan Relations

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    Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) dismantled terror cells in southeastern Sistan and Baluchestan province and arrested several suspects linked to the recent deadly terrorist attack on border guards, official IRNA news agency reported on Monday.
  • Local MPs vote against Brexit motion which leaves Theresa May defeated

    Local MPs vote against Brexit motion which leaves Theresa May defeated

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    May will insist to European Union chiefs that her defeat in parliament on Thursday does not change her belief that her Brexit deal can still achieve a majority - as long as there are changes to the backstop. He was speaking as Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt made clear his unwillingness to accept a no-deal departure, telling hardline Brexiteers in a tweet: "We are not leaving without a deal".
  • Iran's revolution has hit its midlife crisis | Business , Regional

    Iran's revolution has hit its midlife crisis | Business , Regional

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    On Feb. 11, 1979 Iran's army declared its neutrality, paving the way for the fall of US -backed Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. In Tehran, crowds streamed in the rain from a dozen of the capital's far-flung neighborhoods to mass in central Tehran Azadi, or Freedom Square, waving Iranian flags and chanting " Death to America " - a chant that has been standard fare at anti-U.S.
  • British IS schoolgirl wants to return home

    British IS schoolgirl wants to return home

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    The relative said Shakil had some "supervised contact" with her son, but he was not in her custody. She said: "I applied to marry an English-speaking fighter between 20 and 25 years old". The life that they show on the propaganda videos; it's a normal life. "Every now and then there are bombs and stuff. But other than that". "I was weak", she said.
  • Illegal Immigrant Confesses to Killing Woman Found in Suitcase

    Illegal Immigrant Confesses to Killing Woman Found in Suitcase

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    Authorities were led to de Silva when he fraudulently used Reyes' ATM card to withdraw money from a machine. She was last seen on January 29 and was later reported missing to the New Rochelle Police. Captain Berry said: "This entire investigation has been a herculean effort from the very beginning, from the initial officers on scene to all the work of all the detectives chasing down numerous leads".
  • Former US Counterintelligence Agent Charged With Espionage

    Former US Counterintelligence Agent Charged With Espionage

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    Air Force for aiding Iran in what Washington characterized as a cyber-spying operation targeting U.S. intelligence officers. She also gave Iranians the code name and classified mission of a special U.S. On August 28, 2013, she finally defected to Tehran, where she took the name Fatemah Zahra and, according to the indictment , began disclosing classified information to Iranian officials , including the identity of a covert USA operative.
  • Trump Supporter Attacks BBC Cameraman at Texas Rally

    Trump Supporter Attacks BBC Cameraman at Texas Rally

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    Sherrod Brown of OH, a possible presidential contender in 2020, on Tuesday urged President Trump to rein in his supporters' attacks on the media after a man shoved a TV cameraman at a campaign rally in El Paso, Texas. The BBC team was later told by a campaign official that the "attacker was drunk". The El Paso District Attorney's office said they would not be pressing charges against the Trump supporter for assaulting the cameraman.
  • Guaido announces date for aid to enter Venezuela

    Guaido announces date for aid to enter Venezuela

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    Envoys for Venezuela's self-declared caretaker leader Juan Guaido met Vatican officials and lobbied the Italian government for support on Monday in their quest to keep worldwide pressure on socialist President Nicolas Maduro . The US State Department announced in January that Washington had frozen $7 billion in assets belonging to PDVSA in order to make some of the money available to Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president, Juan Guaido.
  • Elizabeth Warren makes a surprise appearance at Native American luncheon

    Elizabeth Warren makes a surprise appearance at Native American luncheon

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    But after Trump mocked her campaign effort, Warren began to get personal as well, pointing to the ongoing investigation into alleged Russian collusion by Special Counsel Robert Mueller . "What are we as candidates, as activists, as the press, going to do about it?" Warren has said the story of Pocahontas long has "been taken away by powerful people who twisted it to serve their own purposes".
  • Hotel fire: Closed emergency exit doors to blame

    Hotel fire: Closed emergency exit doors to blame

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    Those staying in the hotel included a group of tourists from Myanmar, broadcaster NDTV said, adding that authorities were trying to ascertain their whereabouts. The hotel is in the Karol Bagh district, a busy commercial centre crisscrossed by narrow alleys where electric wires dangle overhead. Fire accidents are not uncommon in Indian cities, where builders often flout safety regulations.
  • Newborn baby rescued from underground storm drain in Durban

    Newborn baby rescued from underground storm drain in Durban

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    Emergency services were called after neighbours heard the infant's cries coming from the drain and rescuers spent three hours attempting to reach the girl before pulling her out safely. Doctor Timothy Hardcastle treats a baby in hospital after she was rescued from a storm water pipe in Durban, South Africa , Monday, Feb. 11, 2019.