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Analysis | The Daily 202: The six most important quotes from Mueller’s six hours of testimony Forget the theater criticism. Read the transcript. Inside a Fight Over America's Future, by Molly Ball: What policies will the party champion (Michael Brice-Saddler and Reis Thebault) The conservative group Republicans for the Rule of Law shared a new advertisement following Mueller's testimony:  Late-night hosts like Stephen Colbert devoted their monologues to Mueller's testimony:  Seth Meyers took a deep dive into what the former special counsel had to say:  And a 9-year-old girl was tossed in the air by a bison in Yellowstone: The girl was released from the hospital and no citations have been issued
Q&A: Was Pakistan PM Imran Khan's visit to the US a success? Analysts in Washington, Islamabad and New Delhi assess Pakistani PM Imran Khan's visit to the United States. Akbar: Faced with a short timetable on reaching an agreement before the September [Afghan] presidential election, Washington sees an intra-Afghan dialogue and a ceasefire as essential towards finalising a withdrawal, which will be crucial in Trump's reelection bid next year
BoJo's cabinet - a free market Taliban unleashed Just one day into his premiership and it’s already clear that Britain’s new Prime Minister Boris Johnson means business. The question is: what kind? HomeOp-ed BoJo's cabinet - a free market Taliban unleashed John Wight has written for a variety of newspapers and websites, including the Independent, Morning Star, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, London Progressive Journal, and Foreign Policy Journal For such people the state does not exist to protect the rights and welfare of the many, but to ensure the freedom of the few to amass as much wealth as possible from the labor of the many with little or no interference
UK retail sales slide for third consecutive month in July, survey shows Decline slows but still marks longest period of falling sales since 2011 The newly-formed Brexit Party lost out to Labour by 683 votes PA 48/50 6 June 2019 Veterans observe a two minute silence at the National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas, in Staffordshire, for a service to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings PA 49/50 5 June 2019 French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Theresa May, Britain's Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos, front row from left, watch a fly past at the end of an event to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Portsmouth AP 50/50 4 June 2019 Anti-Donald Trump protesters gather with a Trump baby blimp flying over Parliament Square for a protest against the US president's state visit to the UK EPA 1/50 24 July 2019 Boris Johnson waves as he enters 10 Downing Street following his appointment as Prime Minster by the Queen
Mother-of-two killed as she fell out of car on to busy motorway Woman and her boyfriend had been drinking and arguing just before tragedy, inquest hears A young woman has been killed after falling out of a moving car on a motorway and being hit by oncoming traffic The outdoor installation is inspired by the geology, mining history and landscape of the area I can’t mourn my daughter because nothing makes sense to me
UK Navy to escort tankers through Strait of Hormuz amid Iran crisis The UK Royal Navy will now accompany British-flagged oil tankers through the Strait of Hormuz, the British Ministry of Defense said in a statement Thursday. UK authorities alleged the tanker was attempting to transport oil to Syria, a violation of EU sanctions And in June, tensions between the US and Iran escalated into a military standoff after an American drone was shot down by Iran over the Strait of Hormuz, one of the world's most vital shipping routes
Perspective | These are the winners of the 12th annual iPhone Photography Awards The winners were selected from thousands of entries from more than 140 countries. (Diogo Lage/IPPAwards) First place, architecture: Kuanglong Zhang If you are interested in submitting a story to In Sight, please complete this form Voices of African Photography: Picturing Ghana’s middle class Love and war: Searching for glimmers of hope in Yemen
Stalin Would Have Reached Paris Before the Allies if Not for the Incredible Heroism of the Waffen SS Introduction Before the outbreak of the Second World War, Leon Degrelle was already known as the leader of the anti-Establishment Rexist party in Belgium, and as Europe’s youngest and most dynamic political figure. During the war he became known across the continent for his charismatic leadership and courage in combat on the Eastern Front. Of him Hitler reportedly said: “If I were to have a son, I would want him to be like Degrelle.” Introduction Before the outbreak of the Second World War, Leon Degrelle was already known as the leader of the anti-Establishment Rexist party in Belgium, and as Europe’s youngest and most dynamic political figure With fewer than 3,000 men he defeated a Polish force of 15,000, and took 10,000 prisoners
Bombs kill at least 11 in Afghan capital as U.S. general visits Three bombs rocked the Afghan capital of Kabul on Thursday, killing at least 11 ... The United States is trying to negotiate a deal that would see foreign forces pull out of Afghanistan in return for security guarantees by the Taliban, including a pledge that the country will not become a safe haven for terror groups Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
The World's Most Innovative Countries In 2019 [Infographic] Switzerland has been named the world's innovation leader for the ninth time. Increasing levels of innovation in Asia has seen it improve its position even further and it has now moved up to 14th This year, the lowest-ranked countries in the index were Niger (18.13), Burundi (17.65) and Yemen (14.49) * Click below to enlarge (charted by  Statista ) 2019 rankings of the Global Innovation Index Statista
As mood sours, Syrians report forced deportations from Turkey When Syrian real estate worker Abu Ahmad was stopped by police in Istanbul he ex... Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said that around 1,000 unregistered Syrians had been detained in Istanbul in the last two weeks as part of a wider sweep for illegal migrants, but denied that Turkey was deporting Syrians Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Trump vetoes attempt to block $8bn arms sales to Saudi Arabia and UAE US president's decision to override both chambers of Congress sparked uproar among members who called move 'shameful' Eliot Engel, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said it was a slap in the face to Congress and accused the Trump administration of using threats from Iran as a convenient excuse to push through the sale It marked one of the few times the Republican-led Senate has opposed Mr Trump’s foreign policy