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Author: 0 Poland reacts to EU legal action over refugees

The EU has begun legal action against against Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic for refusing to accept refugees under a 2015 solidarity plan. If, despite the first ruling, the member state still refuse to act, the Commission may open another infringement case, with only one written warning before referring the member state back to the Court.

Author: 0 Senate reaches cross-party deal on new Russian Federation sanctions

The new Russian Federation sanctions would create a congressional review process if the executive branch eases current sanctions. Russia's interventions in Ukraine and Crimea and its support of Assad in the Syrian war are the other stated reasons for the sanctions, aside from the hacking that USA intelligence agencies say Russian Federation engaged in aggressively with the alleged aim of helping Trump beat Hillary Clinton last November.

Global Media 'Staggering' civilian deaths from US-led air strikes in Raqqa
Author: 0 'Staggering' civilian deaths from US-led air strikes in Raqqa

Commission of Inquiry . The northern Syrian city, the so-called capital of the Islamic State ( ISIS ), is where U.S. -backed forces, including Syrian Kurdish and Arab U.S. Worldwide law prohibits its use in civilian areas because of its indiscriminate effects, from starting fires to causing excruciating burns for bystanders, according to Human Rights Watch .

Global Media Sessions to testify as Republicans prod Trump on tapes
Author: 0 Sessions to testify as Republicans prod Trump on tapes

In a letter to Senate Intel Cmte heads Burr and Warner, cmte member Ron Wyden says he wants to hear from AG Sessions in a *public* hearing. The appearance before the Senate intelligence committee comes one week after former FBI Director Comey cryptically told lawmakers the bureau had expected Sessions to recuse himself weeks before he did from an investigation into contacts between Trump campaign associates and Russian Federation during the 2016 election.

Global Media Mattis: Trump has delegated decisions on Afghan troop levels
Author: 0 Mattis: Trump has delegated decisions on Afghan troop levels

Reuters reported on Tuesday that U.S President Donald Trump had given Mattis the authority to set troop levels in Afghanistan , opening the door for future troop increases. He added: "We are not winning in Afghanistan right now. And we will correct this as soon as possible", Mattis said. The fight in Afghanistan remains important, the secretary said, noting that Afghanistan was the staging ground for the al-Qaida terrorists who attacked America on September 11, 2001.

Global Media Florida Rep. DeSantis safe after leaving practice just before shooting in Alexandia
Author: 0 Florida Rep. DeSantis safe after leaving practice just before shooting in Alexandia

He told another interviewer that everyone there faced a life-and-death, split-second dilemma: Stay where they were, or scurry for safety in the outfield or the dugout and risk becoming easy targets in an open field. Republicans in Congress told harrowing stories of a brush with death on Wednesday, as they struggled to make sense of a morning gun attack on a group of GOP lawmakers practicing for a charity baseball game.

Global Media Men's nat'l football team makes solemn return from loss in Qatar
Author: 0 Men's nat'l football team makes solemn return from loss in Qatar

Goals from South Korea's Ki Sung-Yueng and Hwang Hee-Chan in the 62nd and 69th minute seemed to have secured Korea a valuable point in their attempt to get to Russian Federation. Talk to Al Jazeera: What's next for Qatar Airways? After losing to China and barely winning against Syria, fans strongly asked for a new coach, but at the time, the Korea Football Association declined.

Author: 0 North Korea 'most urgent' threat to security: Mattis

John Nicholson, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan , told Congress that thousands of more troops were needed in part because outside powers have increased their meddling in Afghanistan in the past year, making it tougher for the US-backed government in Kabul to quell the violence.

Author: 0 Clemens' son among familiar names on Day 2 of MLB draft

Right-hander Landon Leach of Pickering, Ont., was the first Canadian drafted this year, going to the Minnesota Twins in the second round (37th overall) on Monday. Warmoth was a switch-hitter in high school but hits exclusively from the right side now. He's committed to Louisiana State University. The 6-foot-4, 224-pound Canadian pairs that with an average curve ball and a change-up.

Global Media Australian panel calls for clean energy target to cut emissions
Author: 0 Australian panel calls for clean energy target to cut emissions

Clean Energy Council chief executive Kane Thornton says Dr Finkel's report recognises that Australia has the clean energy technology and solutions to deliver a reliable power system, at affordable prices. Renewable energy plants could then partner with other forms of generation such as energy storage to meet these requirements. "If there are any expectations that, all of a sudden, a couple of days after the release of the Finkel report, that it would all be presented nicely tied up in a bow ...

Global Media Israel PM Calls for Dismantling UNRWA
Author: 0 Israel PM Calls for Dismantling UNRWA

It says it now aids 5 million registered Palestinian refugees in the Middle East. The PA informed Israel in April that it was no longer prepared to foot the electricity bill for Gaza , which has been ruled by Hamas since 2007 when it violently ousted Fatah from power there.

Global Media Sessions says he plans to testify before Senate intelligence panel
Author: 0 Sessions says he plans to testify before Senate intelligence panel

In light of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James B. Comey's testimony last week, Sessions was expected to get many questions from lawmakers about his contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 election campaign. Trump attributed his May 9 dismissal of Comey to the Russian Federation investigation. COMEY: Our judgment, as I recall, is that he was very close to and inevitably going to recuse himself for a variety of reasons.

Global Media Schiff says firing Mueller would echo Watergate
Author: 0 Schiff says firing Mueller would echo Watergate

Mueller, who directed the Federal Bureau of Investigation under former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, was named to the post last month by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Ryan said the smartest thing for the president to do would be to let the investigation continue and be vindicated. Such a move would create a firestorm coming weeks after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey.

Author: 0 Parents of man released from NK say he's in coma

The State Department says former National Basketball Association star Dennis Rodman, who is visiting North Korea, had nothing to do with the release of a detained American college student. "We want the world to know how we and our son have been brutalized and terrorized by the pariah regime in North Korea". They also said they are grateful Mr Warmbier "will finally be with people who love him".

Author: 0 Trump Not Expected To Block Comey's Senate Testimony

Senators are expected to grill Comey-in both an open and a closed panel-on certain conversations with Trump or his aides, including one in which Trump reportedly asked Comey to drop an investigation into former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's dealings with Russian Federation and Turkey.

Author: 0 J&K: Pak army violates ceasefire with shelling along Bhimber Gali LoC

Jammu and Kashmir [ India ], June 14 (ANI): The Pakistan Army on Wednesday initiated indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics and 82 mm Mortars in the Bhimber Gali sector along the Line of Control ( LoC ). In all these incidents, the Indian Army posts retaliated effectively. While the LoC has been witnessing heavy fire by Pakistani troops, Pakistani Rangers have also been opening unprovoked fire on the 198 km long global border in Jammu region.

Author: 0 Branson calls Trump 'naive' for exiting Paris climate accord

Trump's declaration last week prompted a series of corresponding announcements of new climate alliances and efforts nationally by state leaders and others determined to keep up US efforts overall against climate change. One of the laws expanded existing strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the state in accordance to the goals outlined in the Paris Accord.

Global Media Iran says Saudis suspected of being behind terror attacks
Author: 0 Iran says Saudis suspected of being behind terror attacks

Referring to Iran as "the number one terrorist state", the USA president said the Middle Eastern country supplies money and weapons to terrorist groups. "The mastermind who controlled the team... who had fled outside the country... paid the price for his crimes, with the cooperation of intelligence services of allied countries", Alavi told state television, without providing further details.

Author: 0 Federal Grand Jury Indicts Accused NSA Leaker Reality Winner

Victor remained locked up Tuesday, June 6 on federal charges that she made copies of classified documents containing top-secret material and mailed them to an online news organization. Winner's mother, Billie Winner-Davis, told the court her daughter had never been in any trouble and was at the top of her class throughout her school days.