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White House Lawyers Consult Impeachment Experts

However, a White House official denied the report saying "it's not true" that the lawyers are researching impeachment procedures. "So I would say this to President Trump: This can't continue for a whole lot longer". Trump being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on January 20th, 2017. Democratic lawmakers are even joining the chorus, calling impeachment talks premature, according to CNN.


UN, US double dealing in criticising missile tests: North Korea

UN, US double dealing in criticising missile tests: North Korea

Talks continue to gather pace amid fears Kim Jong-un will carry out a sixth nuclear tests imminently. "What is more serious is that the United States cried out for the "sanction resolutions" which have lost its legitimacy of legality and impartiality, and intimidates the global community", he said.



Chibok girls released in exchange for Boko Haram suspects

There was no immediate comment about the exchange from the Nigerian presidency or Boko Haram, the extremists linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). They were from a group of 276 abducted in north-eastern Nigeria in 2014. The failure of Nigeria's former government to act quickly to free the girls sparked a global Bring Back Our Girls movement; US first lady Michelle Obama posted a photo with its logo on social media.


Macron vows to step up French fight against Islamists in Africa

Macron vows to step up French fight against Islamists in Africa

Reaffirming a commitment for France's troops to remain "until the day there is no more Islamic terrorism in the region and the full sovereignty of the Sahel is restored, not before", Macron also had warm words for American military cooperation in Africa.



Venezuela Opposition Leader Says His Passport Annulled to Block Trip to UN

The protest in Caracas comes after a tumultuous 24 hours. The Trump administration plans to impose new sanctions soon on Venezuelan individuals for alleged human rights violations amid US concern over the Venezuelan government's crackdown on unrest, congressional aides said on Thursday.


Rosenstein Sees No Need For Russia Special Prosecutor

Rosenstein Sees No Need For Russia Special Prosecutor

US Vice President Mike Pence said the firing had nothing to do with the FBI's Russian Federation probe, but Trump dismissed the claim in his NBC News interview on Thursday. but we don't know all the evidence yet". In this photo taken May 8, 2017, FBI Director James Comey speaks in Washington . Democratic lawmakers - including New Jersey Sen.