Day: November 22, 2019


Trump continues to attack Marie Yovanovitch, saying she was ‘not an angel’

President Donald Trump, in a phone interview with “Fox in Friends” Friday morning continued his attacks on former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. Interested in Impeachment Inquiry? Add Impeachment Inquiry as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Impeachment Inquiry news, video, and analysis from ABC News. This comes just after […]

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Will Emily Atack say anything about Katie Price and fish-gate tonight on Extra Camp? – The Sun

AT-TAKING HER FANNY Richard Madeley and Emily Atak take part in an Extra Camp snake challenge. “It’s on my fanny, it’s on my fanny, it’s on my fanny,” says Emily. Should that be ‘fishy’ fanny – according to Katie Price? Meanwhile Richard ‘Alan Partridge’ Madeley is flap-less: “If Judy was here she’d be freaking out. […]

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Netanyahu’s indictment exposes Trump, too

The decision makes Netanyahu, who has dominated his country’s politics for close to two decades, the first Israeli prime minister to be indicted while still in office. And it takes Israel deep into uncharted territory: Netanyahu is vociferously resisting the charges, and the long, tangled legal process behind each case may take years to play […]

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Kerry student wins SciFest 2019 with ocean ‘dead zone’ combatting filter

A student who developed a biofilter to combat “dead zones” in oceans and freshwater, has been named overall winner of SciFest 2019. Timothy McGrath, a sixth year student from Killorglin Community College, Co Kerry, was one of a record 10,000 students to enter this year’s an all-Ireland competition fostering interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering […]

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Jeremy Corbyn heckled during Stoke-on-Trent visit – ‘IRA lover!’ | UK | News

Jeremy Corbyn was campaigning in Stoke-on-Trent after launching the Labour Party’s manifesto on Thursday. The Labour leader announced plans to radically overhaul the British economy and unleash an unprecedented spending boom. But, he had to brush off hecklers when he arrived to rally support in the constituency, according to footage online. As he left a […]

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UPDATE 1-Trump says he alone stopped massive Chinese crackdown on Hong Kong protests

(Recasts with Trump quotes) WASHINGTON, Nov 22 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that he alone was preventing China from crushing protesters in Hong Kong with a million soldiers, as he defended his attempts to strike a trade deal with Beijing amid fears of a Chinese crack down on the demonstrations. In […]

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Military Aid For Ukraine Is At The Heart Of Impeachment. Here’s What That Looks Like From The Ukrainian Front Line.

NOVOOLEKSANDRIVKA, Ukraine — When he’s not engaged in gun battles with Russian-led forces on Ukraine’s eastern front line, Stas, a scruffy 26-year-old Ukrainian soldier, likes to cozy up in his bunker and brush up on his English skills by watching Stephen Colbert and Saturday Night Live. He cracks up at Alec Baldwin’s portrayal of President […]

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San Jose Sharks’ Evander Kane trolled over casino troubles vs. Vegas Golden Knights

Vegas Golden Knights fans taunted San Jose Sharks star Evander Kane on Thursday night during the rivals’ latest matchup. Golden Knights fans were heard yelling “Pay your marker” at Kane during the game in an attempt to troll the winger over a reported issue involving The Cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas. SAN JOSE SHARKS’ EVANDER KANE […]

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Zimbabwean man faces £93,000 NHS bill after two weeks in coma – Channel 4 News

The Government’s policy on charging people from overseas to use the NHS is putting vulnerable people’s lives at risk, campaigners have warned. In recent years the rules have been tightened so the NHS has to charge up front for any non-urgent treatment. But now it’s emerged that a man who came to this country from […]

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To the Brink of Democracy and an Unholy Alliance with the US

With the installation of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, the second of the (self-declared) oldest democracies of the world, has, alongside political developments in the United States, reached a tipping point. The political system(s), and most importantly the traditional principle of the division of powers, of both will have to demonstrate […]

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