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Bill Cosby faces retrial in sex assault case

Cosby's power is back". Following the shocking mistrial judgment in the Bill Cosby rape case, the district attorney has released a statement and vowing to "get justice". Lawyer Brian McMonagle told jurors that while Cosby had been unfaithful to his wife, he didn't commit a crime. In a moment, we'll hear about reaction to the acquittal of a Minnesota police officer in the shooting death of a man whose girlfriend captured the immediate aftermath and streamed it on Facebook Live.


France election: Macron party set for big parliamentary win

France election: Macron party set for big parliamentary win

Macron's opponents say this helped En Marche - and are now anxious about what the French President could achieve with such a thumping majority. Only 48.8 percent of registered voters cast their ballot on Sunday, the lowest turnout in French modern politics.



May in talks with Northern Irish parties over DUP deal

Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) leader Arlene Foster has said she wants to see a "sensible" Brexit. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May will meet with a Northern Ireland-based party to see if they can together push through the Conservative Party's agenda after a disastrous snap election left her short of a majority in Parliament.


Attack on kindergarten in China kills 8, suspect dead

Attack on kindergarten in China kills 8, suspect dead

Investigators said the blast was caused by a homemade bomb and that the main suspect was a 22-year-old Xuzhou resident who lived and worked near the kindergarten. Those attacks prompted the government and schools to beef up security, posting guards and installing gates and barriers outside schools, and on Friday the Ministry of Education issued a fresh directive instructing schools to carry out a "comprehensive investigation of security risks".



Rosenstein Warns Against Stories Citing Anonymous Sources

Mr. Trump's lawyer has accused the Federal Bureau of Investigation of leaking material. The White House confirmed Mr Mueller was among the candidates the president interviewed to replace Mr Comey . Friday's tweets are the latest in a week of angry social media responses by the President over a report by The Washington Post that Mr Mueller was looking into whether Mr Trump obstructed justice.