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Trump revokes ex-CIA chief's security clearance, slamming critic

Trump revokes ex-CIA chief's security clearance, slamming critic

Mr Trump said that while former intelligence heads continued to have security access so they could advise their successors, "neither of these justifications supports Mr Brennan's continued access to classified information". Trump or anyone else in the administration". Trump's comments are reminiscent of when he claimed he was firing Comey over mishandling the Clinton probe, then admitted in a TV interview days later that he was thinking "this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian ...


Pilot dies after crashing plane into house

Pilot dies after crashing plane into house

Youd and his wife bought the house, valued at almost US$400,000, in 2016 in a quiet subdivision of new homes near the foothills, county property records show. He requested an officer escort to go to his home so he could get his truck and some belongings around midnight. That occurred without incident, Ms Sandoval said.


India to launch its first manned space mission by 2022

India to launch its first manned space mission by 2022

Reaffirming his mantra of "sabka saath, sabka vikas" (take everyone along, development for all), the Prime Minister said there would be no discrimination against any section and there would be no nepotism and favouritism. Attacking the Congress but not by name, he said if a comparison was made of the speed of governance in the last four years, people would be surprised.


Flooding: Nedumbassery airport closed for 4 days

Flooding: Nedumbassery airport closed for 4 days

The floods forced the closure of one of Kerala's main airports and heavy rain is forecast until at least Saturday, prompting state authorities to issue a "red alert" to 12 out of its 14 districts. The chief secretary was asked to contact neighbouring states for emergency assistance. Fire force officials said that they were receiving hundreds of distress calls from areas close to the banks of Periyar.


EU seeks safe harbor for ship carrying 141 rescued migrants

EU seeks safe harbor for ship carrying 141 rescued migrants

The people on board were rescued in the Mediterranean in two search and rescue operations by Aquarius on Friday. The Aquarius spent nine days at sea in June after Italy's new populist government took office and shut its ports to all humanitarian boats, calling its operators a "taxi service" and accusing them of helping people-smugglers - charges the charities deny.