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Mueller acknowledged that he could not sue Trump (lawyer)

The Special Prosecutor's Law Robert Mueller has told the White House that he can not prosecute Donald Trump, no matter what evidence he may have against him in the Russian investigation, the president's lawyer said on Wednesday. Rudy Giuliani, The former Mayor of New York told CNN and Fox News that Robert Mueller's team was in charge of determining whether …

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Trump cautiously against Pyongyang threatening to cancel the summit with Kim

Trump careful against Pyongyang threatening to cancel the summit with Kim © AFP / SAUL LOEB "We Must See": US President Donald Trump responded Wednesday with great caution against North Korea's threat of discontinuing its forthcoming summit with Kim Jong Un. After months of approaching and diplomatic relaxation, Pyongyang made a spectacular return to its traditional rhetoric on Wednesday, evoking …

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Why Erdogan wants to lead the Palestinian cause – J. K.

The tone goes up between Turkey and Israel. After Israeli forces killed more than 60 Palestinians on the edge of Gaza, Ankara violently criticized the Jewish state. "Netanyahu is a prime minister in an apartheid state who has occupied the country by a defenseless people for more than 60 years in violation of UN resolutions," wrote Turkish President Recep on …

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398 preachers and chanters to monitor the MRE during Ramadan

A delegation of 398 Moroccan ministers and chanters visited several foreign countries to provide religious guidance to Moroccans living abroad (MRE) during the holy month of Ramadan. A delegation of 398 Moroccan ministers and chanters visited several foreign countries to provide religious guidance to Moroccans living abroad (MRE) during the holy month of Ramadan. This delegation, sent by the Ministry …

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Establishment of the "Al Quds and Palestine" Commission at the Assembly of the People's Representations

The President of Parliament Mohamed Ennaceur announced Wednesday the creation of the Commission "Al Quds and Palestine". It was at the opening of the plenary sitting this afternoon devoted to the consideration of the draft law on common provisions between constitutional bodies. In a statement on the situation in the Occupied Territories, the People's Assembly requires that an international investigation …

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US-Korean maneuvers and Trumps entourage in the heart of Pyongyang's threats

Despite the threat in Pyongyang, Washington still hopes that the summit between June 12 and the North Korean counterpart Kim Jong-un will be held. Bluff shot or serious threat? Kim Kye-gwan, North Korea's Deputy Foreign Minister, announced Tuesday, May 15 that he considered the dismissal of the June 12 meeting between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump if Washington tried to …

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In Rabat, Alfonso Dastis promises relations between Morocco and Spain

Visited Rabat celebrated Alfonso Dasti's cooperation between Morocco and Spain, highlighting the help that Madrid can bring to Rabat within the European Union. However, Nasser Bourita promised the role played by the Iberian neighbor in the adoption of the last resolution on Minurso. As part of an official visit to Morocco, Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis met on Wednesday May …

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The investigation of a massacres from 2005 could be reopened

In July 2005, 55 immigrants, including 44 Ghanaians, disappeared after being arrested in Gambia. NGO Human Rights Watch and TRIAL International claim that they have evidence that the massacres of these migrants were sponsored by Gambia's then president. We take the direction of Ghana, this little country in Africa. West, where human rights organizations and victims families require a review …

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Trump cautiously against Pyongyang threatening to cancel the summit with Kim

"We'll See": Donald Trump reacted Wednesday with great caution to North Korea's threat of interrupting his upcoming summit with Kim Jong Un. After months of approaching and diplomatic relaxation, Pyongyang Wednesday made a spectacular return to its traditional rhetoric, enabling the possibility of questioning the face-to-face face scheduled for mid-June in Singapore. "Nothing has been notified to us, we did …

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