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Trump-Russia: Manafort 'paid European ex-politicians'

Manafort paid European ex politicians

Ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort secretly paid unnamed former senior European politicians to lobby for Ukraine's previous pro-Russia government, a new indictment filed by special counsel Robert Mueller says.

Mr Manafort paid over €2m ($2.5m; £1.8m) to the ex-politicians, it says.

He has maintained his innocence in the face of Mr Mueller's investigations.

Mr Trump's ex-deputy campaign manager, Rick Gates, has admitted conspiracy and lying to investigators in a plea deal.


Deaths mounts in Syria as UN weighs cease-fire resolution

Deaths mount in Syria as UN gets set to vote on cease fireSyrian government warplanes carried out a sixth day of airstrikes Friday in the rebel-held suburbs east of Damascus, killing 32 people, activists said, as the death toll from a week of bombardment soared over 400.

At the United Nations, last-minute negotiations were underway ahead of an expected vote on a Security Council resolution demanding a 30-day humanitarian cease-fire.

The new bombings came a day after Syrian army helicopters dropped leaflets over the rebel-controlled areas of eastern Ghouta, urging residents of those suburbs to leave for their own safety and calling on opposition fighters to surrender because they were surrounded by government troops.


Their daughters were held at the border – then the blackmail from fake Ice agents began

Fake ICE agents detain daughters and

Leonel almost missed the first call.

On 17 October last year, the Long Island construction laborer was at work when he felt his cellphone buzz in the pocket of his jeans. Ordinarily, he doesn’t answer on the job, but he hoped the call might have something to do with his 21-year-old daughter, Cynthia, whom he hadn’t seen in over four years.

He hurried outside on to a deck to get away from the noise.


Parkland Survivor: ‘I’ve Never Been So Unimpressed By A Person’ After Trump Call

Parkland Highschool survivor called by Trump unimpressedPresident Donald Trump has spoken to and met with several survivors and family members of victims of last week’s school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

Not all of them were happy to hear from him.

Samantha Fuentes, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School― where a former student killed 17 people after opening fire on the campus― was at the hospital when the president called her. Fuentes, who was shot twice, told The New York Times that the president “didn’t make me feel better in the slightest.”


Trump: Kelly will decide on Kushner clearance

Jared Kushner's clearance to be determined by KellyPresident Trump on Friday said chief of staff John Kelly will have the final word on a security clearance for his chief adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner.

Speaking on Friday at a joint press conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Trump defended his son-in-law, saying that he is doing important work at the White House and not accepting a paycheck.


Enterprise, Wyndham, MetLife among companies cutting ties to NRA

Companies cut ties to NRASome companies are distancing themselves from the National Rifle Association after outcry over the mass shooting at a South Florida high school last week.

The First National Bank of Omaha said it would not renew a contract to issue an NRA-branded Visa credit card.

"Customer feedback has caused us to review our relationship with the NRA," bank spokesman Kevin Langin said in a tweet. "As a result, First National Bank of Omaha will not renew its contract with the National Rifle Association to issue the NRA Visa Card."


Another Trump aide pleads guilty, strikes deal with Mueller

Richard Gates pleads guilty

At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) yesterday, far-right activists, perhaps forgetting what year it is, launched into an extended “lock her up” chant. This morning, during Donald Trump’s remarks, it happened again.

The conservatives’ timing could’ve been better.

Former campaign aide Rick Gates has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy and making a false statement, becoming the third associate of President Donald Trump to make a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller.

Gates, who was indicted with former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort in October on conspiracy and other charges related to their lobbying work in Ukraine, arrived at federal court in Washington Friday afternoon for a 2 p.m. plea hearing.


‘He Never Went In’: Armed Deputy At Florida School Shooting Resigns

Parkland shooting: Sheriff's deputy did not go into building The armed deputy assigned to the campus of a Florida high school during a deadly shooting last week stayed outside the building during the attack and failed to engage the shooter, the county sheriff said on Thursday.

As a consequence, Scott Peterson, on duty as the school resource officer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, resigned from the department, said Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, who earlier has suspended the officer from the force. He did not say if Peterson would face criminal charges.


Missouri governor indicted on felony invasion of privacy charge: prosecutor

Mo. Gov. eric Greitens indictedMissouri governor Eric Greitens was indicted Thursday on one count of invasion of privacy.

The charge says Greitens knowingly took a photograph of a woman in a "state of full or partial nudity without the knowledge and consent" of that woman. The charge goes on to say the photograph was taken "in a place where a person would have a reasonable expectation of privacy, and the defendant subsequently transmitted the image contained in the photograph in a manner that allowed access to that image via a computer."


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