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March 16, 2017 1:04 AM Republicans lose patience with FBI on Russia, Trump campaign ties information

Top Republicans in Congress expressed their dissatisfaction Wednesday about getting answers from the FBI, as lawmakers trying to investigate Russia's meddling in the US election say they've continued to see no evidence of President Donald Trump's claim that he was wiretapped by his predecessor. The FBI's decision to brief the Senate Judiciary Committee 19

March 15, 2017 9:38 PM Tired Manchester City defence slumps as Monaco marches to UCL quarters

Manchester City crashed out of the Champions League on the away-goals rule after falling 3-1 at the Stade Louis II for a 6-6 aggregate draw with Monaco. Having gone to France with a two-goal lead, despite three away goals for their hosts for the second leg, City should have been in a commanding position. But defensive problems persisted and a lack of clinical 24

March 15, 2017 7:34 PM Economy is weak; it needs strong army – Mustapha Hamid

Wednesday 15th March , 2017 7:29 pm Minister of Information, Mustapha Hamid, has justified President Nana Addo’s decision to appoint some 110 Ministers including deputies to serve in his government, explaining that the “weak nature of the economy, requires a competent army” of people to restore it and achieve the needed transformation. The President 10

March 15, 2017 5:11 PM Trump wiretap claims: Senator makes subpoena threat to FBI

A US senator has warned he will use a court order to force the FBI to say whether Barack Obama wiretapped President Donald Trump's phones. Senator Lindsey Graham said Congress would "flex its muscle" if FBI director James Comey did not meet its requests. The president has made unsubstantiated claims that his predecessor tapped his phones during the 2016 election 7

March 15, 2017 2:17 PM ‘Is there an investigation?’ Graham demands answers from FBI on Russia

Sen. Lindsey O. Graham warned that he will subpoena the Trump administration for evidence supporting the president’s claim that his offices were wiretapped and could soon join efforts to hold up the nominee for deputy attorney general. The South Carolina Republican — one of the chief skeptics of President Trump’s Russia policy — added that he would block 7

March 14, 2017 9:28 PM Ruling: Companies can now ban Muslim women from wearing headscarves

Private businesses in Europe can forbid Muslim women in their employ from wearing headscarves if the ban is part of a policy of neutrality within the company and not a sign of prejudice against a particular religion, the European Union Court of Justice said Tuesday. Such a ban doesn't constitute what the court calls "direct discrimination." The conclusion 29

March 14, 2017 8:10 PM Regional Task Force Battles Boko Haram

In Boko Haram-affected areas in Niger, Cameroon, Chad and Nigeria, a force of more than 10,000 African troops is working to degrade and destroy the terrorist group. Boko Haram is responsible for the deaths of more than 20,000 people since its fighters began their insurgency in 2009 in northeastern Nigeria. Their atrocities have caused the displacement 30

March 14, 2017 7:05 PM Kenya: Apology to Kenyans as doctors' strike ends with return-to-work formula

After exactly 100 days of a painful nationwide strike, doctors finally agreed to resume duty after reaching an agreement with the Government. The return-to-work formula was signed by the doctors’ union, Health Cabinet Secretary Cleopa Mailu and Council of Governors Chairman Peter Munya, amid apologies to a suffering nation. Both parties, the Health ministry 81

March 14, 2017 4:55 PM High EU court: workplace headscarf ban not discriminatory

Private businesses in Europe can forbid Muslim women in their employ from wearing headscarves if the ban is part of a policy of neutrality within the company and not a sign of prejudice against a particular religion, the European Union Court of Justice said Tuesday. Such a ban doesn't constitute what the court calls "direct discrimination." The conclusion 20

March 14, 2017 7:37 AM Myanmar may be trying to ‘expel’ all Rohingya in latest purge, UN human rights expert says

Myanmar may be seeking to “expel” all ethnic Rohingya from its territory, a UN rights expert said Monday, pushing for a high-level inquiry into abuses against the Muslim minority community. The United Nations special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, Yanghee Lee, said a full purge could be the ultimate goal of the institutional persecution and horrific 9