Judge rules in favour of CNN's request for emergency order restoring White House credentials for Jim Acosta

Judge Timothy Kelly issued a temporary restraining order that requires the White House to restore Acosta's access until a full hearing is held, according to the network.

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Prominent Brexiteers back British PM Theresa May in Brexit battle

After the environment minister in the British cabinet Michael Gove expressed his assent to remain in the government, other ministers Liam Fox, Chris Grayling, Penny Mordaunt and Andrea Leadsom…

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British MP Rehman Chishti resigns from UK top portfolios over Brexit, Asia Bibi case

British ruling Conservative Party suffered another jolt on Thursday (November 15) when its Vice Chairman and Prime Minister`s Trade Envoy to Pakistan, Rehman Chishti, resigned from both portfolios…

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Turkey says will not link fate of US-based cleric to Khashoggi

Turkey has ruled out any deal with the United States to scale down its investigation into the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi if the US expels a Muslim cleric who Ankara says was…

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Abe becomes first Japan PM to visit Australia's Darwin since WW2 bombing

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday became Japan`s first leader to visit the Australian city of Darwin since it was bombed by Japanese forces during World War Two, underlining the strength of…

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North Korea to deport US citizen held since October: State media

In May, North Korea released three American prisoners and handed them over to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, clearing a major obstacle ahead of an unprecedented summit between President Donald…

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Top UK court to consider government appeal in Brexit reversal case

Scottish politicians who are opposed to Britain leaving the European Union want the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to clarify whether London can withdraw its notification to leave without…

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China's Xi makes push into Pacific; scores 'own goal' with block on media

China`s efforts to win friends in the resource-rich Pacific push have been watched warily by the traditionally influential powers in the region - Australia, New Zealand and the United States - who…

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US to oppose UN Golan resolution, wins Israeli praise

The Golan Heights form a buffer between Israel and Syria of about 1,200 square km (460 square miles). Israel captured most of it from Syria in the 1967 Middle East war. It annexed the territory in…

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UK PM May will face no confidence vote next week: Report

May could face the no-confidence vote on Tuesday, Telegraph Chief Political Correspondent Christopher Hope said on Twitter, citing Brexiteer sources.

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UK's Michael Gove won't resign over PM May's Brexit plan: Reports

The clarification came amid reports that speculated his resignation after four ministers quit the British cabinet on Thursday.

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UK PM Theresa May fights for survival after Brexit deal sparks crisis

More than two years after the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU, it is still unclear how, on what terms or even if it will leave the EU as planned on March 29, 2019.

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Factbox: Who has submitted letters of no confidence in UK PM May?

A leadership challenge is triggered if 48 Conservatives write such letters to the chairman of the party`s so-called 1922 committee, Graham Brady. May could be toppled if 158 of her 315 lawmakers…

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At least 42 killed as bus catches fire in Zimbabwe: Police

'At the moment we know that more than 42 people died,' police spokeswoman Charity Charamba told AFP, with state media reporting a gas tank belonging to a passenger was suspected to have exploded…

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David Hockney pool painting soars to $90 million, record for living artist

The 1972 work by the 81-year-old British artist, one of Hockney’s most famous paintings which depicts a man in a pink jacket looking down on another figure swimming underwater in a pool, was…

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