Trump offers temporary protection to immigrants in return for border wall, Democrats say no

Trump announced his deal on television. It was an attempt at ending the US federal government's partial shutdown. 

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Trump to offer shutdown-ending immigration deal, still wants wall money: Source

Vice President Mike Pence, White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, have been instrumental in crafting the deal, the…

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Paris: Scuffles break out as 'yellow vests' march in latest protest

Protesters threw firecrackers, bottles and stones at the police who responded with water canon and tear gas to push them back.

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Trump thanks special counsel Robert Mueller for statement about BuzzFeed article

'I think that the BuzzFeed piece was a disgrace to our country. It was a disgrace to journalism,' Trump told reporters at the White House.

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Thousands of women march in US cities for third straight year

Women's March, a national nonprofit organisation that evolved from the initial Washington march, is again hosting its main event in Washington, with hundreds of 'sister' marches in other cities.…

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We had extraordinary number of meetings and trade deal could very well happen with China: Trump

'Things are going very well with China and with trade,' he told reporters at the White House, adding that he had seen some 'false reports' indicating that US tariffs on Chinese products would be…

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Around 117 migrants unaccounted for after dinghy sinks off Libyan coast

'The three survivors told us they were 120 when they left Garabulli, in Libya, on Thursday night. After 10 to 11 hours at sea ... (the boat) started sinking and people started drowning,' IOM…

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Donald Trump reiterates demand for wall, attacks media   

Trump's launched the latest tweetstorm even came as US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused him of putting US troops and civilians working in Afghanistan in danger by publicising a planned…

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Indigenous people protest for their rights in Washington

They gathered on Washington's snowy National Mall, some wearing traditional dress, carrying signs with messages including, 'Justice For Missing Murdered Indigenous Women' and 'We Will Not Be…

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Death toll from Mexico fuel pipeline blast rises to 66

At a news conference with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Hidalgo Governor Omar Fayad said 76 people had also been injured in Friday evening's explosion.

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In tears and shock, Poland bids farewell to murdered mayor

Around 3,500 people attended the ceremony at St Mary's Church, one of the largest brick churches in the world, where his casket will be permanently located.

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Mexico vows fuel theft crackdown after deadly pipeline blast

The blast at the pipeline, which was ruptured by suspected thieves, sent flames shooting into the skies in the municipality of Tlahuelilpan in the central state of Hidalgo on Friday.

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Former British PM John Major urges May to drop Brexit red lines

Theresa May is due to tell parliament on Monday how she intends to proceed on Brexit.

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Suspicious deposits made to account of Brazil president's son: Report

The exclusive report aired Friday on Jornal Nacional, said that 48 deposits of 2,000 reais each were deposited into the bank account of Senator-elect Flavio Bolsonaro between June and July 2017.…

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