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Facebook allows US political candidates to run sponsored content

Facebook Inc said on Friday it was allowing US-based political candidates to run branded content on its social networking platforms, but the content would not be catalogued in its advertising library.

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Boris Johnson Wants to Be a Free Trade Grandmaster

It’s an odd paradox of Brexit that having won its trade freedom, the U.K. may find it harder to pursue free trade. The former was an oft-cited objective of Brexit, but the latter has been made a central pillar of Boris Johnson’s desire to create a “Global Britain.”

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United States wants to de-escalate tensions with Iran – Esper

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Tuesday the United States wants to de-escalate tensions with Iran, but the country is ready to finish any war that could be started.

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Can Boris Johnson actually ‘sabotage’ EU over Brexit? The claims, fact-checked

Boris Johnson is cornered and angry with barely three weeks left to Brexit – so who else to hit out at but the EU?

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Blackout disrupts Manhattan, darkens Broadway theatres

A wide swath of New York’s Manhattan borough was plunged into darkness Saturday after a transformer explosion knocked out power to subways, stores and Broadway theatres, but the city’s main utility said it had restored most power within hours.

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Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets grounded right, left and centre. But not in US

A plane crash that killed 157 people in Ethiopia on Sunday has triggered groundings of Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes across the globe, but the aerospace giant’s home — the United States — still allows the jets to fly.

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PSUV Member Believes Prosecutor General Prepares Arrest of Guaido

Isabel Frangie, a member of Venezuela’s ruling United Socialist Party (PSUV), believes that the country’s Prosecutor General’s Office is preparing to arrest opposition leader Juan Guaido, who declared himself interim president, but the arrest is being postponed due to possible negotiations.

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Israel sees limits of Trump support with Syria pullout

Israeli leaders have lauded Donald Trump for his list of decisions in support of their country since taking office, but the mercurial president’s withdrawal of US troops from Syria will not rank among them.

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Fire that destroyed US town nearly out

Rain has helped extinguish a deadly wildfire in Northern California’s Gold Rush country, but the moisture also turned ash into thick paste and hindered the hunt for telltale fragments of bone that could indicate a body.

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USDA to Administer Nearly $6Bln in Aid to Farmers Hurt by Retaliatory Tariffs

The announcement comes after the United States and Mexico reached a bilateral deal as a result of the North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations.

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Trump social media ‘censorship’ claim is fake but widely believed

There is little evidence to back up Donald Trump’s persistent claim that social media firms “silence” or “censor” conservatives, but the notion has nonetheless gathered widespread acceptance among his considerable following.

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Mike Pompeo Says He Won’t Put a Timeline on North Korea Denuclearization

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he will not put a timeline on negotiations with North Korea, but the U.S.

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China fears Kim is moving out of its orbit as South Korea, US talks loom

China and North Korea boast an alliance forged in blood — more than 130,000 Chinese troops, including the son of Mao Zedong, died defending the North during the Korean War — but the relationship has always been an uneasy one.

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Syrians support Assad, but BBC won’t report it, British baroness tells RT after fact-finding trip

Most Syrians support their president and military, but the BBC presents Britons with a different, one-sided story, a British baroness and member of the House of Lords told RT, after returning from a trip to the war-torn country.

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Venezuela detains 17 over attack on opposition candidate’s campaign

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday that 17 people had been detained for an attack on a rival presidential candidate’s campaign, but the leftist leader rejected accusations that pro-government thugs were to blame for the unrest ahead of the May vote.

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Al-Araby TV: Investigates British citizens abused in the UAE prisons

According to the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, more than 100,000 British citizens live in the UAE, in addition to other 1.5 million who visit it each year. At first glance, they seem to be decently treated like tourists but the an investigation by Al-Araby TV revealed a different reality, in a programme broadcast tonight.

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