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Iranians demanding change deliver emphatic victory for Rouhani

Iranians demanding change deliver emphatic victory for Rouhani

He was widely seen as supporting Rouhani's chief rival, fellow cleric Ebrahim Raisi , during the campaign. The Trump administration has vowed to take tougher action against Iran for supporting terrorism and announced a three-month review of its policies toward the Tehran regime.



GOP Plan Could Raise Premiums for 6 Million People with Pre-Existing Conditions

The AARP, previously known as the American Association of Retired Persons, said it wanted legislation "that ensures robust insurance market protections, controls costs, improves quality and provides affordable coverage to all Americans". Better than half of its increased coverage, about 11 million of the 20 million newly insured, came thanks to its expansion of Medicaid. The 217-213 margin was closer than GOP leaders would have liked-all House Democrats and numerous chamber's most ...



Arsenal captain Per Mertesacker could be forced to start FA Cup final

The second half was notable mainly for chants against the club's largest shareholder Stan Kroenke by fans who have also voiced their frustration at Wenger this season. I guided this club for years with very limited resources, I had to always sell our best players. Fellow centre-back Gabriel came off with a knee injury and Arsene Wenger said he was not optimistic that he would be able to recover in time .


Trump chastises NATO, vows to crackdown on leaks

Trump chastises NATO, vows to crackdown on leaks

At a ceremony at NATO's gleaming new headquarters, Trump reissued his longstanding call for members to pay their fair share, lecturing the expressionless leaders about spending more as they stood listening in awkward silence. During his campaign, Trump said he would seek closer ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, but he has expressed more critical views of him since becoming president.



Donald Trump launches review into Manchester attack leaks

British officials are particularly angry that photos detailing evidence about the bomb used in the Manchester attack were published in The New York Times , though it was not clear where those came from. British police and security services are also upset that the name of British bomber Salman Abedi was apparently leaked by USA officials and published while police in Britain were withholding the name for operational security.



Russian intelligence 'recorded discussing influencing Donald Trump'

The Senate Intelligence Committee has now crafted two new subpoenas to get around that argument, targeting a limited liability corporation and a separately registered company both under the name Flynn Intel Group. Despite much of the discussion revolving around the investigation of Trump and his campaign associates, Schiff had some criticism for President Obama's handling of Russia's meddling in the election.