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Problems of government Theresa may after attack on Syria — Rzeczpospolita

Problems of government Theresa may after attack on Syria — Rzeczpospolita

May told legislators in the House of Commons that seeking their approval would have been impractical, both because Parliament was on a spring break until Monday and because some of the intelligence behind the decision was classified. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May faced criticism from opposition parliamentarians led by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn after the United Kingdom launched punitive air strikes against chemical weapons facilities belonging to the regime of Syrian dictator ...


Trump on possibility of firing Mueller and Rosenstein: 'They're still here'

Trump on possibility of firing Mueller and Rosenstein: 'They're still here'

So, we want to get the investigation over with, done with", said Trump. "There's no collusion", Trump said, going on to dismiss the notion as a Democrat-created hoax. MoveOn, for instance, says it has already collected more than 300,000 signatures from people who say they will attend one of more than 800 protests around the country in the immediate aftermath of a potential firing.


Puerto Rico loses power island-wide as electrical grid collapses

Puerto Rico loses power island-wide as electrical grid collapses

Puerto Rico is facing its worst blackout since Hurricane Maria hit in September, leaving some residents wondering whether the island will ever fully recover. Wednesday was a reminder of how fragile some things still are in Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria caused extensive damage to the island's electrical grid and infrastructure.


TJ Perenara latest to slam Folau comments

TJ Perenara latest to slam Folau comments

Folau wrote on social media this month that God's plan for gay people was hell unless they repent their sins. Waikato Chiefs back Brad Weber became the first player to challenge Folau on the issue this week, saying he was disgusted by the remarks.


Kathua gangrape-and-murder incident shameful: President Kovind in Jammu

Kathua gangrape-and-murder incident shameful: President Kovind in Jammu

President Kovind is at the convocation where over 880 scholars are receiving their degrees and merit certificates at the ceremony. "The smile of innocent children is the most lovely thing in this world". She added that there is something wrong with the society. Earlier in the day, the President arrived in Jammu for his maiden two-day visit to the state.