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Brexit Campaign Group Vote Leave referred to the police to break out the rules for spending

LONDON (Reuters) – UK election committee said Tuesday that it had fined the officially appointed proxy Brexit campaign group to break spending rules in the 2016 referendum and referred it to the police. The Commission said that Vote left working with another campaign group, BeLeave, who spent 675,000 pounds ($ 893,500) with Aggregate IQ, a company that used social media …

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Obama speaks to mark 100 years since Mandela's birth

Former US President Barack Obama will deliver a speech to a crowd of 15,000 people in South Africa on Tuesday as the center of birth, marking 100 years since Nelson Mandela was born. Obama has done relatively few public appearances since leaving the White House in 2017, but he has often credited Mandela to be one of the great inspirations …

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India orders all Mother Teresa care homes inspected

India has ordered an immediate inspection of any orphanages run by a religious order founded by Mother Teresa after a nun was arrested over an alleged adoption racket. Illegal adoption is a major activity in India, with over 100,000 children reported missing every year, the government says. Many are occupied by desperately poor parents, but others are brushed from hospitals …

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Nowhere to run: Rohingya is hungry like monsoon comes

UKHIYA, Bangladesh – The litter on which the young woman's house building is built is so unstable that the soil crumbs under your feet. The risk of landslides is so gloomy that her neighbors have been evacuated. Although living here, spell the judgment when monsoon rain falls, she will live here anyway. For Mustawkima, a Rohingya woman who fled Myanmar …

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May wins Parliament's vote after bending to Brexit's press

LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May won a series of votes in Parliament on Monday and maintains his overall strategy for leaving the European Union almost on track after bending pressure from Brexit supporters in her party. UK Prime Minister Theresa May welcomes US President Donald Trump at Checkers, UK, July 13, 2018. REUTERS / Hannah McKay But, by …

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Ten shot dead under attack by police, paramilitary in Nicaragua

USA TODAY Published at 09:48 p.m. ET July 16, 2018 Tensions in Nicaragua broke out in the spring after the government announced cuts to social security. The changes quickly reversed, but the students took the streets and occupied the main university with a greater appeal to President Daniel Ortega to go down. A Nicaraguan rights group says at least 10 …

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Putin rejects Britain's "unfounded accusations" over novichok poisoning | World News

Vladimir Putin has accused Britain of basing accusations against Russia over the former Soviet spy and three other people poisoned, a mortal, with the novichoke value in Salisbury. Asked in a Fox News interview about the British government's claim that Moscow was behind the Novichok attack on former spy Sergei Skripal, Putin said that London had not provided any evidence …

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Facts are missing from Trump and Putin's press conference

President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin made a series of dubious statements at a press conference following his Helsinki summit on 16 July. Trump was asked if he believed the US intelligence community's assessment that Russia was in the presidential elections in 2016 or if he believed Putin's refusal. Trump said remarkably that he had "confidence in both parties". …

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