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No Special Help From Australia for Julian Assange

The Australian government says Queensland-born Julian Assange will get no special treatment after his arrest in London. However, lawyers for the WikiLeaks co-founder are urging Canberra to intervene to stop his extradition to the United States.

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Laurent Gbagbo: former Ivory Coast president freed by war crimes court

The international criminal court has freed the former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo after his shock acquittal in January on charges of crimes against humanity.

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Trump breaks silence on McCain, tweeting his ‘deepest sympathies and respect’

President Donald Trump broke his closely watched silence on Sen. John McCain, tweeting his “deepest sympathies and respect” to the family of the senator after his death was announced on Saturday night.

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In-form Ronaldo looms for Morocco, Spain face Iran

Cristiano Ronaldo will hone in on Morocco on Wednesday after his stunning hat-trick in Portugal’s World Cup opener, while 2010 winners Spain play Iran in Group B.

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Japan worried over U.S. plan to suspend military drills with South Korea

Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera expressed concern Wednesday over a possible suspension of U.S.-South Korean joint military exercises announced by U.S. President Donald Trump after his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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Japan’s Abe faces fresh headache over Iraq troop dispatch logs

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government faced criticism on Thursday, after his defence minister said the army last year found activity logs from a controversial 2004 to 2006 deployment to Iraq, but had failed to report them to his predecessor.

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Trump Has Lowest Rating in First 100 Days Than Any US President Since 1945

President Donald Trump has the lowest public approval rating after his first 100 days in office that any US president since World War II, the latest survey said.

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Trump to leave Iraq off new travel ban order – White House source

President Donald Trump will remove Iraq from a list of countries targeted in a U.S. travel ban when he is expected to sign a new executive order on Monday after his controversial first attempt was blocked in the courts, a White House source said.

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Scientists plan climate change march on Washington

Scientists are planning a march against Donald Trump after his administration enforced what is said to be a temporary media blackout on the Environmental Protection Agency.

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