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Kathy Griffin fears career axe after `severed Trump head´ backlash

Comedian Kathy Griffin has claimed Donald Trump is using the furore around a photo in which she appeared with a likeness of his severed head to divert attention from the FBI investigation into Russian meddling in the USA election. Looks like, Demi Lovato and Kathy Griffin never miss out on an opportunity to fan the flames of their feud that goes back a long way. Ms Bloom said the comedian had a First Amendment right to make fun of the president .



House Issues Subpoenas as Trump Probe Escalates

The subpoenas related to unmasking, according to the Journal , seek information about requests made by then-National Security Adviser Susan Rice, then-CIA Director John Brennan and then-U.N. A senior Republican staffer on the committee said Nunes signed the subpoenas for Flynn, Cohen and their companies, which were requested by Conaway and Schiff.


South Korean troops open fire projectile North Korea

South Korean troops open fire projectile North Korea

The South said the balloons were likely to have come from inside North Korea . South Korea's new president Moon Jae-in said last week that there was a "high possibility" of conflict breaking out at the border. "We urge North Korea to not do anything to violate UN Security Council resolutions again", Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said in a statement posted on the ministry's website on Tuesday.



Trump to keep US embassy in Tel Aviv

Chuck Schumer, the highest-ranking Democrat in the Senate, and Eliot Engel, ranking member of the House Foreign Relations Committee, both issued condemnatory statements after the White House temporarily waived a congressional requirement compelling the embassy move.


Berlin Wall, 9/11 symbols offer message to Trump at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

Berlin Wall, 9/11 symbols offer message to Trump at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

He said Trump had a few days ago signed a U.S. budget proposal to hike spending on USA forces in Europe by 40 percent, in what Stoltenberg called "the best demonstration of commitment to the alliance". He said delegations from Trump's administration and the European Commission would meet in "the coming weeks and months" to find ways to increase trade cooperation.


Putin echoes Trump, Nunes lines on US Russia investigation

Putin echoes Trump, Nunes lines on US Russia investigation

Dismissing concerns among some in the worldwide community that Moscow poses a danger, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Western countries should not "invent imaginary threats", Le Figaro reported on Tuesday . Putin added that Russian Federation had been well-aware of opinion polls predicting Macron's victory. He explicitly mentioned workers employed at Western-backed nonprofit groups in Russia - who are often tagged "foreign agents" by the Russian government - and the ...