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Kilimnik focuses on large jury investigation, says Mueller

The 31-page filing gives an unrivaled window to Mueller's work with the grand jury, which is usually secret. It is also the first confirmation from the prosecutor that Kilimnik is still central to the great jury's efforts. Due to the latest applications from Mueller's law, Kilimnik seems to be at the heart of Mueller's Russian involvement investigation in the 2016 …

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American among at least 15 dead in Kenya hotel terrorist attack

An American citizen was one of at least 15 people killed Tuesday when militants from the Somali-based extremist al-Shabab group attacked an exclusive hotel in Kenya's capital, told an Associated Press department head. The official said that the department offered compassion to the American family and friends, but refused to identify the individual publicly. Al-Shabab – who carried out the …

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The American report says that rapidly modernizing Chinese military has put comments on Taiwan

"Beijing's long-term interest to ultimately force Taiwan's reunification with the mainland and discourage Taiwan from trying to ensure independence has served as the main driver of China's military modernization," said the agency's report "China's military power". [19659002] The report, published Tuesday, added that "Beijing's expectation that foreign forces would intervene in a Taiwan scenario led (People's Liberation Army) to develop …

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El Chapo Trial: Former Mexican President Peña Nieto Took $ 100 Million Bribe, Witness Says

[NewYorkTodayinyourinbox.] Former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto took a $ 100 million bribe from international drug traffickers, according to A witness at the trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the infamous crime lord known as El Chapo. The stunning testimony was delivered Tuesday in a New York courtroom by Alex Cifuentes Villa, a Colombian drug lord who worked closely with Mr. …

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Fiscal Board asks court to annul 6 billion dollars of Puerto Rico balloon debt

The Monitoring Committee set up by Congress to deal with Puerto Rico's tax crisis required a federal court to invalidate $ 6 billion of the island's government bond, estimated at nearly $ 74 billion. Seven members – created by the 2016 Puerto Rico Monitoring, Management and Economic Stability Act, called PROMESA – submitted a proposal to the federal judge who …

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Brexit: Updates as MPs reject withdrawal deal

Brexit: Updates as MPs reject withdrawal deal – BBC News <! – <! – <! – <! – <! – Summary MPs reject the EU withdrawal agreement It is defeated by 432 votes to 202 Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn tables a motion of no confidence in the government That will be debated on Wednesday The EU says it regrets the …

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May suffers devastating defeat on key Brexit vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered a crushing defeat on Tuesday when Parliament very strongly rejected its Brexit agreement with the European Union – a defeat that puts Brexit's future in doubt and intensifies calls to Mays ousters through a general election. Mays withdrawal agreement was voted down 432-202, the biggest for a House of Commons prime minister. May was …

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