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British PM faces potential knocking movement at Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May faces potentially very harmful attacks from both sides of Parliament this week over plans for Britain's future trade relationship with the EU after Brexit. In a number of voices, May may be attacked by arc Brexiteers in its own conservative party who believes that her plans have watered down Brexit and will leave Britain to the …

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U.K. Poisoning Request Switch to Russian Office in Mueller Prosecution

Even after the change he could damage G.R.U.'s infrastructure. In 2012, he visited intelligence officials in the Czech Republic for a long time felt vulnerable to Russia's unusually large intelligence service in the country. Mr. Skripal, who stayed on a long, shady lunch, could help, said a European official. "Scripal could actually describe what types of business they had, how …

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Italy allows migrants to land in Sicily

Image Copyright EPA caption Women and children landed in Pozzallo on Sunday Italy will allow 450 immigrants retrieved from a crowded boat on Saturday to get out of Sicily. The decision was taken after Italy said France, Germany, Malta, Portugal and Spain had agreed to take 50 immigrants. Malta and Italy had previously insisted that the other country would allow …

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5 killed in S.Africa mine four

Johannesburg, July 16 (AFP) At least five miners in South Africa were killed following an underground fire, the government said while a rescue operation was ongoing for the sole survivor. A conveyor belt at a mine operated by Palabora Copper in northeastern Limpopo province caught four, trapping the six staff underground, the company said in a statement yesterday. "Five employees …

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With flags, song, pride, french celebrate unifying victory

PARIS – It was a victory for the whole of France and the home crowd did justice and poured into Paris's Champs-Elysees Avenue of tens of thousands to celebrate in an explosion of joy. France's 4-2 victory over Croatia in the World Cup final in Moscow on Sunday marked the second time in 20 years as France has won the …

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Elva killed opposite forces in Nicaragua as a government goal

July 15, 2018 8:08 p.m. ET MEXICO CITY-Nicaragua challenged the president Daniel Ortega moved to tighten his grip on power because paramilitary forces loyal to his government attacked the opposition ministers on several important points this weekend and killed 11 people. Three students were killed after conflicts on Managua's main university campus. Meanwhile, as many as eight people were killed …

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Syria state media say Israel bombs military post in Aleppo

Damascus (AFP) – Syrian state accused Israel of bombing a military position in Aleppo province since Sunday in what would be a rare Israeli attack so far north of the war-torn country. Citing a military source, state news agency SANA said the missile attack was near a strategic aviation base. "The Zionist enemy (Israel) … targeted his missiles one of …

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Numbers Back Up Trump's tough talks about NATO

July 15, 2018 5:29 p.m. ET Your article in July 12 about President Trump's comments at the NATO Summit includes correcting his mistakes that the US spends 4.2% of gross domestic product on defense, according to NATO spending, "just" is 3.75% of GDP ("trump Pressed NATO on defense, "page one). Nonetheless, you will report chancellors Angela Merkel s claims that …

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