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Report: Comey Told Lawmakers Flynn Didn’t Lie to FBI

Former FBI director James Comey told lawmakers last March that the FBI agents who interviewed retired Gen. Michael Flynn, who briefly served in the Trump White House, said Flynn did not lie to them — which contradicts what the Russia probe has concluded.

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Nunes Memo – Colossal blow to US national security, say FBI and CIA veterans

On February 2, the US House of Representatives’ Intelligence Committee released a declassified memorandum which accuses the FBI and the Justice Department of bias against President Donald Trump.

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Belgium’s ‘deacon of death’ was stressed by house renovation, court hears

A former nurse and Roman Catholic deacon accused of killing at least 10 people at a clinic in Belgium was stressed out by personal difficulties including renovations on his house, investigators have told his trial.

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Qatar and Turkey support for Brotherhood is promoting division within Muslim communities, says British army officer

Support for the Muslim Brotherhood from Qatar and Turkey has promoted divisions within Muslim communities, a retired British army commander told the House of Commons.

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May expecting EU to formally agree to next phase of Brexit talks

British Prime Minister Theresa May will address the House of Commons later today in relation to last week’s deal on a Phase 1 agreement in Brexit negotiations.

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Russia has MORE sleeper agents in UK now than during the Cold War, expert warns MPs

Victor Madeira, a senior fellow at The Institute for Statecraft, provided written evidence to the House of Commons Defence Committee that was mostly focused on the fact that Russia’s intelligence services vastly outnumber those of the UK.

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Donald Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka ousted from White House

White House adviser Sebastian Gorka, who was closely aligned with a nationalist faction led by ousted senior strategist Steve Bannon, no longer works for President Donald Trump, the White House has said.

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US House decisively votes to approve new sanctions against Russia

The House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted on Tuesday to approve new sanctions on Russia, setting up a potential showdown with the White House.

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Russia election hacking hearings to focus on state level

The Senate and House intelligence committees on Wednesday will hold two open hearings examining Russian hacking efforts during the 2016 election, featuring testimony from current and former Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation officials as well as state election directors.

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US Bill on Expansion of Sanctions Against Iran, Russia Violates Constitution

The new US bill seeking to step up sanctions against Tehran and Moscow violates the US constitution, consequently, its consideration by the US House of Representatives faces a number of procedural issues, local media reported.

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Ukraine president’s grip weakens as central bank chief quits

If Ukraine’s central bank chief needed any more incentive to quit, last week she woke up to find the image of a pig draped in a Russian flag spray-painted onto the wall of her house and a gaggle of young protesters calling her a Russian stooge.

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Trump to face fight in Congress over his plan to replace Obamacare

A potentially lengthy US legislative fight over replacement of the Obamacare health law gets underway on Wednesday as two House of Representatives committees begin negotiating over changes to a Republican plan backed by President Donald Trump.

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Conway says Trump’s new travel ban will have ‘six or seven major’ differences

White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway on Monday morning previewed President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban, saying the new executive order will have an effective date of March 16 and will exclude Iraq and current visa holders.

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US Democratic House Leader Met Russian Ambassador Openly

US House of Representatives Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said she met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak openly and in the presence of the media, responding to US President Donald Trump’s demand of the probe into Pelosi Russian ties.

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UK could quit EU without paying a penny, say Lords

The UK could walk away from the European Union in 2019 without paying a penny, the House of Lords has said, in a report bound to raise tensions with Brussels in the run-up to Brexit talks.

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Spicer demands apology from McCain

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Wednesday that critics of the recent raid in Yemen, including Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain, should apologize.

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