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With tears, PM of Canada welcomed the refugees from Syria.

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>He sent a plane to Syria to bring Syrian people. He said to them ” This is your home”.25000 Syrian refugees have been brought to Canada till now.They all have been given the status of ‘Permanent Resident of Canada’
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meanwhile in americunt colony..

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In Ukraine, the former pilot Vladislav Voloshin shot himself. He was accused of attacking the Malaysian Boeing

In Nikolaev, Vladislav Voloshin, a former pilot of the Su-25 attack aircraft, who was accused in Russia of attacking the passenger Boeing of Malaysia Airlines in the Donetsk region, committed suicide. This is reported by the local newspaper "NikVesti".

Officially, the police of the Mykolaiv region reported that the 29-year-old acting director of one of the municipal enterprises committed suicide. The police did not give his name. The dead man shot himself with a PM pistol without license plates.
- Vladislav Voloshin took part in the Ukrainian military operation in the Donbass. He performed 33 combat sorties and was awarded the Order "For Courage".
- In December 2014, "Komsomolskaya Pravda" published an interview with a man, who allegedly saw the departure of Ukrainian combat aircraft from the airfield near Dnepropetrovsk. According to this man, Captain Vladislav Voloshin, a pilot of one of the Su-25, returned with an empty ammunition deck and after landing said: "The plane was not the right one."
-The Russian Investigative Committee stated that the testimony of the source of Komsomolskaya Pravda is credible. UK also named the name of this source - Yevgeny Agapov, a mechanic of one of the Ukrainian aviation units.


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Cambridge Analytica Boasted of Disappearing Emails in Campaigns

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The executive also acknowledged his company used a self-destructing email server to communicate with clients in order to eliminate evidence of their contact.
Cambridge, originally funded by former Renaissance Technologies co-CEO and Trump supporter Robert Mercer, uses data to reach voters with hyper-targeted messaging, including on Facebook and other online services. Cambridge was hired to help with voter outreach by the Trump campaign, whose former campaign manager, Steve Bannon, had been on its board.
In a previous Channel 4 News expose, the undercover reporter filmed Cambridge Analytica executives talking about how the firm could use prostitutes and former spies to ensnare politicians and influence elections. In one video, Nix said the company could “send some girls around to the candidate’s house.”

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cracker trash okies

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>>Oklahoma mother will go to jail for marrying her daughter
>>Investigators later discovered Patricia Ann Spann had previously wed her son.

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Goodbye Stephen

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Trump called 'Fox & Friends' host for opinion on veteran care during meeting with VA chief

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Trump called 'Fox & Friends' host for opinion on veteran care during meeting with VA chief: report
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President Trump dialed in a "Fox & Friends" co-host to weigh in on legislation about veterans’ health care during a meeting with Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary David Shulkin, Axios reported Sunday.

Shulkin and Trump were discussing legislation to reform veterans' health care during an Oval Office meeting last week when Trump reportedly called "Fox & Friends" co-host Pete Hegseth to get his opinion.

Hegseth, a veteran and former executive director of advocacy group Vets For Freedom, was among those considered to be VA secretary under Trump. Trump is a frequent viewer of Fox News, including the morning show.

Sources told Axios that the phone call put Shulkin in an uncomfortable spot, as Hegseth is pushing for more intense reforms and interviewed for Shulkin’s job.

The Trump administration has listed veterans' health care as a top priority.

Trump allies have backed offering veterans more alternatives for health care outside of the agency. However, Shulkin is in favor of a more moderate approach that would only outsource treatment in cases where waiting times are too long or veterans live too far away from agency options.

The incident reported by Axios took place amid tensions between Shulkin and the White House. Shulkin has said that Trump political appointees in the agency are attempting to undermine him, and claims he has White House approval to remove them.

He is also under scrutiny after an inspector general report found that he misused taxpayer dollars during a trip to Europe with his wife last year.

Shulkin has denied wrongdoing, but has reimbursed the government for the trip.

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COVR UP - Trump lawyers want to stop '60 Minutes' from airing Stormy Daniels interview

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President Trump's lawyers are looking at options to stop CBS's "60 Minutes" from airing an interview with adult-film star Stormy Daniels, who allegedly had an affair with Trump in 2006, according to BuzzFeed News.

“We understand from well-placed sources they are preparing to file for a legal injunction to prevent it from airing,” a source told BuzzFeed on Saturday.

Daniels's lawyer Michael Avenatti shared the BuzzFeed report on Twitter.

Trump's attorney Michael Cohen referred BuzzFeed's questions to his own attorney, who did not confirm the report.

The Hill has reached out to the White House and CBS News for comment.

The interview with Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, is set to air on March 18, according to BuzzFeed News. On Thursday, a source familiar with the program had told The Hill that Stormy Daniels would be on 60 Minutes "on a future date."

The interview was announced by Avenatti through Twitter.

Cohen reportedly attempted to stop Daniels from mentioning additional details of the alleged affair by obtaining a temporary restraining order last week. Daniels filed a lawsuit last week in an effort to void a nondisclosure agreement between herself and Trump.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said during a briefing last week that, to the best of her knowledge, Trump was unaware of Cohen's reported $130,000 payment to Daniels in October 2016, a month before the presidential election.


Watcha hiding Donald?
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Michael Bloomberg Says President Trump Can Be a 'Great Leader' if He Accepts Climate Deal

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>The U.N.’s new envoy for climate action, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, said Monday that President Donald Trump can become “a great leader” if he changes his mind about global warming and keeps the United States in the Paris climate agreement.

>The billionaire media mogul expressed hope that Trump will listen to his advisers, look at the data on climate change, and support the 2015 Paris accord aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

>Bloomberg spoke during a ceremony at which U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres gave him the new title of U.N. special envoy for climate action, handing him the job of spurring international action to help curb global warming.

>A longtime activist for clean energy and a green economy, Bloomberg was appointed U.N. special envoy on cities and climate change by then U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon in January 2014. Since then, he has been traveling around the United States and the world campaigning for a reduction in carbon emissions.
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JUSTICE SERVED! - Black man beaten in Charlottesville found not guilty of assaulting Nazis

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A black man brutally beaten at last year’s “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville — and who was later charged with assaulting a white nationalist — was acquitted Friday.

DeAndre Harris, 20, a former special education instructional assistant, was found not guilty by Charlottesville General District Court Judge Robert Downer Jr. on a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery against Harold Crews, a North Carolina lawyer and state chairman of the self-described white nationalist group League of the South. If Harris had been convicted, he would have faced up to a year in jail and a $2,500 fine.

The acquittal is a relief for Harris, who was beaten inside a parking garage next to the city’s police department on Aug. 12, 2017. He suffered a spinal injury and head lacerations that required 10 stitches.

Two months later, his legal path took an unexpected turn when Crews filed a police report and persuaded a Charlottesville magistrate to issue an arrest warrant in October on a felony charge of unlawful wounding, which carries a five-year maximum sentence. The news was cheered online by supporters of white nationalism, which is focused on the goal of achieving a whites-only state.

Before issuing his ruling Friday, Downer warned the crowd to “restrain” their emotions. As he spoke, it was unclear how he would rule, and many attendees — nearly all of them Harris supporters — looked worried.

The judge condemned the Unite the Right ralliers and counterprotesters.

“The behavior I’ve seen is appalling,” he said. “I can say this without question — that there was bad behavior all around.”

He also defended Crews. “I didn’t see that he did anything wrong that day at all.”
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