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Trump Wants Sessions To Find Author Of ‘Unfair’ New York Times Op-Ed Piece

President Donald Trump wants his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to figure out who is behind a scathing anonymous New York Times op-ed piece, which described a “resistance” operating within the Trump administration, defying his worst impulses and desires, CBS News reports. “It’s national security,” the president said on Air Force One, on the way to a rally in North Dakota ...

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Meat-eaters, after the latest news about what’s in your kebabs and ready meals, I’d like to make a deal

You know what’s amazing fun? Being a vegetarian at a group meal. As soon as someone sees your eyes slide toward the section of the menu where “Sad Risotto” and “Portobello Mushroom Masquerading as a Burger and Charging You £8 For The Pleasure” resides, the questions start. “Oh, are you a vegetarian?” (As if you’d just announced that you were ...

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Israel’s top court says West Bank village can be demolished

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected an appeal against the demolition of a Bedouin village in the West Bank, ruling that its stay would expire in a week and the spartan encampment could then legally be torn down. The fate of Khan al-Ahmar, east of Jerusalem, has drawn heavy international attention, with the United Nations and others ...

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South Koreans arrive in North amid stalled denuclearisation talks

World News Wed, 05 Sep 2018 Reuters SEOUL: South Korean envoys held talks in North Korea on Wednesday to finalise details on a third North-South summit to be held this month amid stalled talks on denuclearisation between the North and the United States. South Korean officials hope the one-day visit will revive momentum after a broad but unspecific agreement on ...

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Flood-hit Kerala faces shortages of ‘rat fever’ drug

By Malini Menon NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Flood-ravaged Kerala is facing shortages of a drug that fights an infectious bacterial disease after the worst flooding in a century, forcing authorities to turn to other states to help ramp up supplies. Suspected cases of leptospirosis, a waterborne disease known locally as ‘rat fever’, has climbed to 800 since mid-August, a health ...

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