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However, he has taken a hard line on Trump, whose anti-Mexican rhetoric has strained the two countries' ties. Trump reacted by threatening to end the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and also end foreign aid to Honduras, where numerous migrants originated, if the caravan was not stopped.
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    Mingora is where Malala's family was living and where she was attending school on October 9, 2012, when a gunman boarded her school bus, asked "Who is Malala? ", and shot her. There, y multiplied violence, decapitations and attacks on girls ' schools, such as one that suffered malate, who since age of 11 wrote a blog in Urdu ( national language of Pakistan) on BBC website where, under pseudonym of Gul Makai, described panic under yoke of extremists.
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    The Prime Minister defends the action of the IDF in Gaza on Friday , and rejects criticism from Turkey's Erdogan, "who for years has bombed civilian populations indiscriminately". Turkey began the so-called Operation Olive Branch in Afrin on January 20 to clear the northern Syrian border of the People's Protection Units (YPG), a US-backed Kurdish militant group which Ankara associates with the homegrown Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) fighting for autonomy on Turkish soil.
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    The Republican leaders of the state legislature also dropped plans to convene a special session to change Wisconsin law and cancel the elections. After three separate judicial orders to call special elections to fill two vacant legislative seats, Gov.
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    The nature of the review was not immediately clear. A view of the Kushner Companies' flagship property 666 Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, March 6, 2018 in NY. The New York Times reported last month that Kushner's family real estate firm, Kushner Companies, accepted $184m (£130m) from Apollo Global Management and $325m (£230m) from Citigroup previous year, after Kushner met officials from the two firms.
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    Bob Ross, president of the Prince George's County NAACP, is a plaintiff listed on the lawsuit against President Trump, the U.S. Census Bureau, and the secretary of commerce, demanding a more accurate count of minority populations. The lower the Census count, the fewer the Congressional districts, the lower the federal funding for schools and housing and more. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a lawsuit against the Trump Administration over its decision to add a citizenship ...
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    PEOPLE have reported that the Markle's, in particular Meghan's father Thomas Markle, will receive a family coat of arms , which is traditionally given to the father of the bride before a royal wedding . "The policing operation will be amongst the largest in Thames Valley Police's history", the force said in a statement. The official printed wedding invitations were unveiled last week, while British-based pastry chef, Claire Ptak, was named as the creator of the royal wedding cake only ...
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    But it's very unlikely that the DOJ Pardon Attorney's office would play a role in any decision to issue a pardon besides creating a formal record after the fact, unless Trump wanted the advice. President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman is asking a judge in Virginia to dismiss bank fraud and tax evasion charges filed against him.
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