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Intel Comm. Democrats: Trump Jr.'s reported meeting with Arab representative could be crime

Rep. Adam Schiff, Intel Comm: Donald, Jr. may have committeed crime— The top Democrats on the Senate and House intelligence committees said Sunday Trump campaign officials may have committed a crime if a new report proves true: that three months before the 2016 election, President Trump’s son met an emissary for two Arab princes and an Israeli political operative who offered to help his father win the presidential election.

On Saturday, the New York Times reported that Donald Trump Jr. met on Aug. 3, 2016 with a representative for two wealthy princes, from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, along with Joel Zamel, an Israeli expert in “social media manipulation.”

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Report Suggests Blackwater Founder Erik Prince May Have Lied to Congress

Erik Prince may have lied to Congress.  Blackwater founder Erik Prince appears to have a problem. The New York Times reported Saturday that Prince, the brother of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, arranged and attended an August 3, 2016 Trump Tower meeting where George Nader, an adviser to the de facto ruler of the United Arab Emirates, told Donald Trump Jr. that UAE and Saudi Arabia were eager to help his father win the election.

That doesn’t reflect well on Prince, because on November 30, 2017, he told the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, under oath, that he had no formal communication or contact with the Trump campaign, other than occasionally sending “papers” on foreign policy matters to Steve Bannon, who became head of the Trump campaign in August.

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Detained Saudi women driving campaigners branded traitors

Saudi women driver advocates branded traitorsJust weeks before Saudi Arabia is set to lift its ban on women driving, the kingdom’s state security said Saturday it had detained seven people who are being accused of working with “foreign entities.” Rights activists say all those detained had worked in some capacity on women’s rights issues, with five of those detained among the most prominent and outspoken women’s rights campaigners in the country.

Pro-government media outlets have splashed their photos online and in newspapers, accusing them of betrayal and of being traitors.

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Change: The Powerful Cultural Meaning Of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding

Royal Wedding = change

Why did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding ceremony pack such an emotional punch?

Well, first and foremost it was the love in the room, the love between two people which was visible and right in front of our eyes. It was in the support and sweetness flowing between them.

It was Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, tearing up proudly, as she watched the young couple exchange vows. Part of this viewer felt that Doria looked too on her own at this momentous moment (although maybe this was just an incorrect conclusion bought by TV cameras); as someone said on Twitter, could she have had a plus-one?

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Putin Didn’t Murder the Playwrights. His Regime Broke Their Hearts.

Russia playwright couple die two months apartMikhail Ugarov and Yelina Gremina, husband and wife, created the only independent documentary theater company in Moscow. Teatr.doc took on contemporary Russia and its most acute issues with anthropological rigor. Every performance gave clear evidence, hard proof of injustice.

There is a sort of bitter irony in the narrative that developed about the couple’s passing, as people on the other side of the world tried to fit them into a narrative of mysterious deaths that might be linked to vindictive conspiracies by the Kremlin. But that simply was not the case. The couple’s love for the theater and for each other was bigger than life, and they died within less than two months of each other, not least, because their hearts were broken.

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Special Counsel subpoenas another Stone aide in Russia probe - sources

Roger StoneU.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller has subpoenaed a key assistant of long-time Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone, two people with knowledge of the matter said, the latest sign that Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election is increasingly focusing on Stone.

The subpoena was recently served on John Kakanis, 30, who has worked as a driver, accountant and operative for Stone.

Kakanis has been briefly questioned by the FBI on the topics of possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, the WikiLeaks website, its founder Julian Assange, and the hacker or hackers who call themselves Guccifer 2.0, one of the people with knowledge of the matter said.

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Europe reassures Iran of commitment to nuclear deal without U.S

Iranian Foreign MinisterThe European Union’s energy chief sought to reassure Iran on Saturday that the bloc remained committed to salvaging a nuclear deal with Tehran despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to exit the accord and reimpose sanctions.

Miguel Arias Canete delivered the message on a visit to Tehran and also said the 28-nation EU, once the biggest importer of Iranian oil, hoped to strengthen trade with Iran.

“We have sent a message to our Iranian friends that as long as they are sticking to the (nuclear) agreement the Europeans will... fulfill their commitment. And they said the same thing on the other side,” Arias Canete, European Commissioner for energy and climate, told reporters after talks with Iran’s nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi.

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U.N. calls for war crimes investigation over Gaza violence

Istaeli protesters against violence in GazaThe United Nations said Friday it will begin a war crimes investigation into the killings of dozens of Palestinians by Israeli soldiers at mass demonstrations in Gaza this week.

In a 29-2 vote, with 14 abstentions, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees agreed on a resolution to send a commission of inquiry to "provide recommendations to protect civilians against further assaults" in Gaza.

Australia and the United States voted against the recommendation, and Germany and Britain were among the abstentions.

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Trump reportedly tried to personally demand that the Postal Service double how much it charges Amazon

mp pushes post office to raise Amazon rates

President Donald Trump has personally pressured the United States Postal Service to raise the rate it charges Amazon to deliver packages, according to a Friday report from The Washington Post.

Trump asked Megan Brennan, the US postmaster general, to double the rate that the Postal Service charges Amazon and other companies to deliver packages, The Post reported, citing three people familiar with the conversations.

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