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President Donald Trump and touts his experience as a negotiator. The ballots are ranked, with each voting member able to mark down their top 10 choices. "It's for the sake of the party that I do this, and the country", he told the Globe and Mail . Bernier at one point called O'Leary a "loser", and each campaign more or less accused the other of voter fraud, though the allegations were never proven.
  • Fitbit data helps police in murder investigation

    Fitbit data helps police in murder investigation

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    Richard told investigators , the killing took place around 9 a.m. At home, he heard a noise and went upstairs to investigate. "[He] stated the intruder was about 6'2" [1.8m], larger than he was, and was wearing a dark green camouflaged suit and mask", the statement said .
  • Turkey detains over 100 suspects' involved in failed coup

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    Turkey says that 47,000 people have been detained, including 10,700 police and 7,4000 members of the military. "1,009 covert "imams" in 72 provinces have been taken into custody so far", the BBC said Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu had been reported as saying, adding that the minister claimed the police operation was an important step for Turkey.
  • US Trade Pact Prospects Likely to Revive if Macron Wins French Election

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    Marine Le Pen , National Front political party candidate for French 2017 presidential election, visits the meat pavilion at the Rungis worldwide food market, near Paris, France , during her campaign, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. A spokesperson for the European Union said Mr Macron represents pro-European values, while Ms Le Pen "seeks its destruction". The other seven candidates were far behind.
  • Trump to order review of national monuments

    Trump to order review of national monuments

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    President Trump is poised to threaten more than 1 billion acres of national monument protection in a devastating and unprecedented attack on America's public lands and oceans. Review of presidential declarations of national monuments will look at restricting public land use for agriculture and industry interests. Bears Ears is not the only site that has experienced a push to give up federal protection.
  • Kelly Sotherton set for bronze medal upgrade

    Kelly Sotherton set for bronze medal upgrade

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    This is how that moment feels. She first won a bronze medal in the 2004 Athens Games for the heptathlon, which is a track and field combined event made up of seven courses. This week Chernova was also stripped of her upgraded Olympic bronze from... Meanwhile, Russian 400 metre runner Maksim Dyldin has also been disqualified from the London Games after his retested sample was found to contain the same steroid as Chernova's.
  • GOP budget hawks open to Trump tax plan despite deficit

    GOP budget hawks open to Trump tax plan despite deficit

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    White House spokesman Sean Spicer said the US has been "uncompetitive" against other countries in attracting new businesses, "largely because of our rates". Some Washington policy analysts said the White House plan could clash in some ways with a broader tax plan shaped months ago by House Republicans, and complicate the consensus-building needed for full tax reform, a political feat not accomplished since 1986 when President Ronald Reagan pulled it off.
  • Kurram blast death toll rises to 15

    Kurram blast death toll rises to 15

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    The injured were taken to the Tehsil Hospital in Sadda from where they were shifted to the Agency Headquarters Hospital in Parachinar, the main town in Kurram Agency. Sectarian tension between Pakistan's Sunni majority and the Shi'ite minority, who form about 20 percent of the population, has flared in the past in Parachinar and the surrounding area.
  • Britons 'oppose' Brexit guarantee for European Union citizens in UK

    Britons 'oppose' Brexit guarantee for European Union citizens in UK

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    He said: "The four nations that make up our great country have rarely been more divided due to the damaging and divisive policies of this Conservative government but where Theresa May divides, Labour will unite our four nations". Mr Davis did, however, welcome the announcement, he added: "This is the first time that we've heard this clarity on free movement, unfortunately for both Jeremy Corbyn and Keir Starmer, many on the Labour front bench don't agree with it".
  • S. African parliament postpones Zuma no-confidence vote

    S. African parliament postpones Zuma no-confidence vote

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    Speaker Baleka Mbete also filed an affidavit at the ConCourt which said she was "personally not averse to having a motion of no confidence in the President being decided by secret ballot". The motion was to be debated at a specially convened sitting of the National Assembly on Tuesday. "They don't want to help the ANC, they want to destroy it and how do you vote together with people who openly say they want to destroy the ANC?" In the Constitutional Court papers, UDM leader Bantu Holomisa ...
  • Canada: Trump is wrong when he says dairy practices unfair

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    Canada's ambassador to the United States sent a letter this week to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, denying that Canada has imposed any unfair trade practices. Russian Federation is buying less milk from the Europe because of sanctions, and China is buying less milk, which affects everybody. The $101 million plant opened in 2014, the product of an investment by 21 local dairy farmers.