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Trump's personal lawyer asked to testify at House panel September 5

Michael Cohen, Trump personal lawyer asked to testifyPresident Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer said he’s been summoned to appear before the House Intelligence Committee in September, as multiple investigations into possible Russian contacts by the president’s associates accelerate in Congress.

Michael Cohen said he’s been asked to testify Sept. 5 in front of the House panel, which got sidetracked in its Russia investigation after Chairman Devin Nunes, a California Republican, was forced to recuse himself because of a controversy over his handling of classified material related to the probe.

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The quiet crisis: mass eviction shows toll of homelessness on Native Americans

Mass evictions of native americansTo Jenece Howe, it seemed like an ordinary yard sale. But as she surveyed the items, arrayed on a patch of land on the Native American reservation, she paused. It appeared to her as if the contents of a home had simply been dumped outside. And the elderly women selling them looked distraught.

Soon Howe, an enrolled member of the Yakama Nation, learned the reason. The woman, and many others, had been evicted from a tribal housing complex. “It was horrible. Horrible. Families had lived there for 20 plus years. That was their home. That was their everything,” Howe said.

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Coats and Rogers refuse to say if Trump asked them to sway Russia probe

Coats and rogers refuse to say if Trump asked them to let goTwo of the nation’s top intelligence officials repeatedly refused to say Wednesday whether President Donald Trump asked them to intervene in or downplay the FBI’s ongoing Russia investigation, though they said they have never felt pressure to act inappropriately.

The comments from NSA Director Mike Rogers and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats were frustrating to senators on both sides of the aisle, who sought answers about news reports that Trump had urged them to interfere in or throw cold water on ex-FBI Director James Comey’s probe.

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Turkey arrests head of Amnesty over 'Gulen links'

Head of Turkis Amnesty InternationalThe chairman of Amnesty International Turkey has been detained in the western city of Izmir along with 22 other lawyers over alleged links to the Gulen movement, an organisation that the government blames for last year's coup attempt, according to Turkish authorities and the UK-based rights group.

Amnesty International condemned the move by Turkish authorities after Taner Kilic's arrest on Tuesday for having suspected ties with the Gulen group. The group added his home and office were searched by the police.

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Ceremony Marks 73rd Anniversary of D-Day Landings

D-Day - June 6th, 194 remembered— "There are moments in a nation's history when its future course is decided by a chosen few who walked bravely into the valley of the shadow of death," Army Gen. Curtis M. Scaparrotti said during a wreath-laying ceremony at the Iron Mike Memorial here yesterday.

U.S., German and French dignitaries salute as "Taps" is played during an "Iron Mike" wreath-laying ceremony in Sainte-Mere-Eglise, France, June 4, 2017. The ceremony commemorated the 73rd anniversary of the D-Day landings. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Tamika Dillard

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Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Bahrain cut ties to Qatar

Qatar crisisSaudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and the Maldives say they are severing diplomatic relations with Qatar.

The Saudi kingdom made the announcement via its state-run Saudi Press Agency early on Monday, saying it was taking action for what it called the protection of national security.

The news agency released a statement in which it accused Qatar of "harbouring a multitude of terrorist and sectarian groups that aim to create instability in the region".

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions may have had another undisclosed meeting with Russia

Jeff SessionInvestigators in Congress are trying to determine whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions had an additional meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak that he failed to disclose.

They are specifically looking into an event at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington on April 27, 2016, according to a report by CNN. This was the date of Donald Trump’s first major foreign policy speech as a presidential candidate in the 2016 election. Prior to his oration, Sessions — then a United States Senator from Alabama — and Kislyak were guests at a small VIP reception.

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