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Trump warns ousted Federal Bureau of Investigation chief against talking to media, threatens 'tapes'

In his first interview since firing Comey on Tuesday , Trump appeared to try to underscore that Comey's dismissal was about his performance at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and not about the Russian Federation probe. But he added , contradicting himself, that he had considered unilaterally attempting to "lengthen" the investigation, seemingly in order to contradict the negative optics of firing Comey.



Where does Jeremy Corbyn stand on foreign policy?

Corbyn will give a speech in London announcing a fresh approach to worldwide affairs, saying a Labour government would not hold hands with Donald Trump. "We will work to halt the drift to confrontation with Russian Federation and the escalation of military deployments across the continent", Corbyn said speaking at London-based think tank Chatham House, as quoted by the press service of the Labour Party.


Senate Panel Investigates Russian Interference

Senate Panel Investigates Russian Interference

Spicer told reporters that the day after Yates' initial meeting with McGahn on January 26, the White House counsel asked her to return "to discuss certain issues that she had left unclear at the time". What happened in the 18 days between when the White House received a warning about Flynn and his firing? Flynn had been pushed out by Obama in 2014 from his job as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, or DIA.



'We will get this done' Trump promises Israeli-Palestinian peace

Trump says "maybe we can end that journey and start a much better journey". "I will do whatever is necessary to facilitate the agreement, to mediate, to arbitrate ― anything they'd like to do", Trump said. In his Wednesday comments, Abbas also criticized ideas for a "one state" peace agreement, saying it could mean "racial discrimination" or an apartheid-like system.



New South Korean president willing to visit North

Even if the new South Korean president achieves this huge task, he will still have to tackle South Korea's rising youth unemployment and its overreliance on an export economy that made it vulnerable to economic retaliation. Abe said he looked forward to working with Moon to improve relations, describing South Korea as one of Japan's most important neighbours. He has also shown ambivalence over the U.S.


Forum on China's economic reach helps leader extend his own

Forum on China's economic reach helps leader extend his own

They will also sign financing agreements to support their cooperative projects. The prime minister will also attend leaders' roundtable sessions scheduled to be held on the second day of the forum. According to official sources, during his stay in China, the prime minister will also hold important meetings with the top Chinese leadership, particularly Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Li Kaqiang, to further promote bilateral relations between the two countries.