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US: Kansas judge temporarily suspends anti-BDS law

The US state recently passed a law requiring all state contractors to pledge they do not support a boycott of Israel.

BDS

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CIA: Russia will try to influence US midterm elections

US intelligence chief Pompeo said Russia would try to influence the midterm elections.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo

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Afghan war: Pentagon blocks release of key facts

The Pentagon has sought to limit the amount of publicly available information about the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan.

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Once again, Trump skips facts on climate change

The US president shared his strange ideas on climate in an interview with a UK presenter.

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Tillerson: US 'negatively impacted' by Gulf crisis

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says Gulf crisis has had a negative military and economic impact on the US.

Rex Tillerson (C) and Defense James Mattis (R)

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FBI deputy director steps down amid Trump criticism

Andrew McCabe is reportedly stepping down amid weeks of criticism from US President Donald Trump.

Andrew McCabe resigned

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Wilder Penfield: Why Google honours him today

Once described as the 'greatest living Canadian', Wilder Penfield would have been 127 years on January 26.

Wilder Dr Penfield

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Nuclear fears push Doomsday Clock closer to midnight

Last time clock was at two minutes to midnight was in 1953, when US and Soviet Union were testing hydrogen bombs.

Doomsday Clock

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US' ICE accused of cruelty in Amer Othman Adi case

Amer Othman Adi to be deported days after agency told him he could stay in the US, in case that spurred outrage in Ohio.

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

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Freed Hassan Diab demands probe over 'terrorism' ordeal

Diab and supporters call for Canada to reform extradition law after professor was wrongfully handed over to France.

Freed Hassan Diab

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UN children's agency deputy steps down saying past allegations threaten to 'damage' UNICEF and entire aid industry.

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