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7 Apr 2017
Trump declared his relationship with Xi as "outstanding" at the end of a high-stakes but studiously familiar first meeting between the pair at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
7 Apr 2017
In a court filing, Twitter sought the dismissal of the lawsuit it had filed just a day earlier that claimed the government had overstepped its authority in seeking to unmask the account owner.
7 Apr 2017
Little known until recently, the Colorado native with an Ivy League education survived an unusually rugged obstacle course between his nomination by President Donald Trump and his confirmation by the Senate 66 days later.
7 Apr 2017
Russia's military on Friday said a US strike on a regime air base in Syria was ineffective but announced Syrian air defences would be strengthened to shield the country's key infrastructure.
7 Apr 2017
The CIA had evidence that Russia was interfering in the 2016 US election to boost Donald Trump earlier than previously thought, the New York Times reported Thursday.
7 Apr 2017
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad bears "sole responsibility" for the US strike on a regime airbase, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande said in a joint statement on Friday.
7 Apr 2017
President Donald Trump ordered a massive military strike on a Syrian air base on Thursday in retaliation for a "barbaric" chemical attack he blamed on President Bashar al-Assad.
6 Apr 2017
The bustling, cheap-labor assembly plants that dot the Mexican side of the US border are booming, but President Donald Trump's stances on taxes and trade have them worried.
6 Apr 2017
Donald Trump hosts Chinese President Xi Jinping at his sun-kissed Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Thursday, a high-stakes first summit replete with pitfalls for both leaders.
5 Apr 2017
US President Donald Trump warned Wednesday that Bashar al-Assad's Syrian regime had crossed a line with its latest alleged chemical attack and faces a US response.
5 Apr 2017
Ivanka Trump has the US president's ear like few others, but in her first interview since formally joining the White House she insisted she can also disagree with her father with "total candor."
5 Apr 2017
The Senate began formal debate on Judge Neil Gorsuch, as opposition Democrats insisted they have the necessary votes to defeat his nomination through use of a filibuster -- a procedure that essentially prevents a vote with endless debate.

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Some 300 firefighters spent a difficult night battling a huge wildfire in southeastern Spain that has burnt through nearly 10,000 hectares in an area notoriously difficult to access, officials said Tuesday.
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Kenya's defeated presidential candidate Raila Odinga vowed Tuesday to pursue "all constitutional and legal options" after rejecting the outcome of elections that awarded victory to his rival William Ruto.
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Tunisia said Tuesday it had foiled several attempts by almost 100 migrants to reach Europe via the Mediterranean Sea since the previous day.
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The Federal Government on Tuesday said that the success of the population and housing census in 2023 was a collective responsibility of all Nigerians.
37 mins ago
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has appealed to the electricity workers to suspend their proposed strike billed to begin on Aug. 17.