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The ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) has rushed through its systemic overhaul of the top court. Duda has so far followed the ruling party line.The vote was 55-23 with two abstentions. Earlier this week it cleared the lower house and will now go to President Andrzej Duda. Critics at home and overseas say the legislation is part of a drift towards authoritarianism by the government, which espouses nationalist rhetoric coupled with left-leaning economic policy.
  • Woman shot dead in voting queue in Venezuela

    Woman shot dead in voting queue in Venezuela

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    Julio Borges , head of the opposition-run National Assembly, said that he hopes the popular consultation will serve as "a great quake that shakes the conscience of those in power". "Tomorrow in the National Assembly convening [.] will receive the final results (of Sunday's plebiscite) and will give the commission the ability to name the new magistrates, a process that will culminate on Friday with the naming of the new magistrate in the Supreme Court of Justice of Venezuela", Guevara.
  • Brexit talks resume on 'high hopes'

    Brexit talks resume on 'high hopes'

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    Barnier and Davis last month agreed on a potential timetable for negotiations towards a future trade relationship, which Britain would like to start as soon as possible. Prime Minister Theresa May, her authority diminished after losing her majority in a June election she did not need to call, has struggled to control rival cabinet ministers.
  • South Korea proposes military talks with North Korea this month

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    Al Jazeera's Kathy Novak, reporting from Seoul, said family separation is seen as a "very pressing and emotional humanitarian issue", - particularly in South Korea . "Meeting with their families while they are alive must be prioritized more than any other political concerns", said Kim Sun-hyang, acting president of South Korea's Red Cross.
  • Cosmo Dinardo and the Bucks County murders: Shocking details revealed

    Cosmo Dinardo and the Bucks County murders: Shocking details revealed

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    Dinardo, whose parents own the Solebury Township farm being searched, was already in custody after being accused of stealing and trying to sell a vehicle belonging to one of the missing men. He admitted to being with his cousin when they agreed to rob Finocchiaro and picked him up. Both men walked to a remote area of the property, where DiNardo allegedly said he fatally shot Patrick with a.22 caliber rifle, according to the affidavit.
  • North Korea Trade with China Rises Despite Sanctions

    North Korea Trade with China Rises Despite Sanctions

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    The bill is meant "to stop North Korea and prevent nuclear war", he said, pointing to recent news reports on an increase in China's trade with its wayward, isolated neighbor despite the UNSC sanctions. The repeated nuclear and missile tests of North Korea infuriates China, however, the latter also blames South Korea and United States for aggravating the tensions.
  • Seven Hindu pilgrims killed in militant attack in Indian Kashmir

    Seven Hindu pilgrims killed in militant attack in Indian Kashmir

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    White House press secretary Sean Spicer said an attack on religious freedom is an attack on the "most fundamental right of liberty". Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday chaired a security meeting with the Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir and Minister of State in Prime Minister's Office (PMO) Jitendra Singh in Srinagar after the awful Amarnath Yatra terror attack.
  • Justice Department Releases Sessions' Disclosure Form, A Day Late

    Justice Department Releases Sessions' Disclosure Form, A Day Late

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    Sessions admitted to having the interactions, but said they were held in his capacity as a US senator, a position he occupied for 20 years before becoming attorney general. In one case, nine defendants, including six doctors, were charged with prescribing medically unnecessary drugs , some of which were sold on the street.
  • Philippine airstrike kills 2 soldiers in Marawi

    Philippine airstrike kills 2 soldiers in Marawi

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    Col. Jo-ar Herrera. Padilla said he has no idea on the exact payload or weigh of the bomb that accidentally hit the building sheltering government troops. "As I have continuously been mentioning the basis of the recommendation or the assessment, I would say will be the operational objectives that were given to us so we have to accomplish those objectives", Padilla told reporters.
  • Marines, 1 Navy corpsman killed in MS plane crash

    Marines, 1 Navy corpsman killed in MS plane crash

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    Second Lt. Stephanie L. Leguizamon, a public affairs officer for the Marine Forces Reserve in New Orleans, said Tuesday afternoon that seven of the 16 people killed were with the 2nd Marine Raider Battalion based at based at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
  • Authorities: Gardendale shooting suspect fled in vehicle

    Authorities: Gardendale shooting suspect fled in vehicle

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    An order to shelter in place has been lifted, police said shortly after 10 a.m. Law enforcement officials are still searching for Lever and have issued a bulletin urging regional individuals to be on the lookout for Lever who is considered armed and risky.
  • Explosion confirmed at USAF Recruiting Center in Oklahoma

    Explosion confirmed at USAF Recruiting Center in Oklahoma

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    In Bixby, Oklahoma in the recruiting center Voyenno-air forces of the US there was an explosion. Bixby and Tulsa Police received several reports of the explosion just after 10:30 p.m. The area is now cordoned off as the investigation begins. They have witnesses who reported a motorcycle seen leaving the area, and agents are following up on that lead, she said.