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Trump declares man he appointed Secretary of State "totally poorly prepared and poorly equipped" for the job

President Trump on Thursday knocked on Rex Tillerson, after the former Secretary of State told members of the Foreign Affairs Committee that the Russian President Vladimir Putin had prepared Trump during their first meeting in Germany. Trump responded by calling Tillerson incompetent. "Rex Tillerson, a man who is" stupid as a stone "and totally ill-prepared and ill-equipped to be a …

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Russian court upholds guilty verdict for Jehovah's Witness

MOSCOW – A court in Russia has ruled that a Danish Jehovah's Witness must stay in prison for the next six years. guilty of participating in the activities of an extremist organization. Amnesty International called the ruling "at the front of the rights of freedom of religion and association." dissenters, opposition activists and most recently religious minorities. Russia officially banned …

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We're going to Ibiza revived as a protest hit in Austria scandal

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The Vengaboys, seen at the peak of their popularity                  A 20-year-old Eurodance hit by Dutch group Vengaboys has a new lease of life thanks to Austria's political scandal. We're Going to Ibiza, which celebrates partying on the Balearic island, is top of the iTunes charts in Austria and has climbed the Spotify charts too. …

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6 Die in Jakarta Riots After President Joko Widodo's election win is confirmed: NPR

The protester collides with Indonesian rebellion police after the official government election results were announced in Jakarta, Indonesia. Officials say six people have died and more than 200 were injured during mass meetings in central Jakarta. Unlucky Ifansasti / Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Wretched Ifansasti / Getty Images Protests clash with Indonesian rebellion police after the official government …

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Pentagon 'misses thousands more troops' to Middle East | News

The United States Department of Defense is reportedly requesting a military request to deploy thousands of additional troops to the Middle East amid tensions with Iran. Two US officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, customs Reuters news agency on Wednesday that the request for 5,000 more soldiers had been made by US Central Command, but they added it was …

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Several US troops requested to deter Iran

U.S. The Central Command requests additional defensive capabilities that may lead to as many as 5,000 to 10,000 additional troops being sent to the Middle East to deter Iran, a US official told ABC News. Interested in Iran? Add Iran is interested in keeping up with the latest Iran news, video and analysis from ABC News. There will be a …

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The Senate You. warns that Trump could push through the Saudi bombing agreement without congressional approval

Breaking News Emails Get interrupted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday morning. SUBSCRIBE 23. May 2019, 02:35 UTC By Dan De Luce, Courtney Kube and Abigail Williams Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy warned on Wednesday that the Trump administration is considering a move to bypass Congress and push through the sale of bombs to …

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Theresa May set to go after Andrea Leadsom quits about Brexit fiasco and Cabinet try to force her from power

ISOLATED Theresa May was last night in a no10 amid and extraordinary Cabinet bid to force her from power. Brexite Commons Leader Andrea Leads quit over the PMs bid to offer MPs the chance of a second EU referendum. [19659003] A tearful Theresa May has been left isolated in No10 ” class=”lazyload” data-src=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/NINTCHDBPICT000492049229.jpg” data-credit=”London News Pictures” data-sizes=”(max-width: 375px) 335px, (max-width: …

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Retired Admiral McRaven has no regrets about criticizing Trump

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Retired Navy Admiral and Form US Special operations chief William McRaven has no regrets about criticizing President Donald Trump, though said on Wednesday that friends in the military fault him for disparaging the commander-in-chief. McRaven, who oversaw the 2011 raid that killed forms al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, has taken on Trump on more than one …

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