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UK government loses key Brexit vote

The UK Government has lost a key Brexit vote, with the upper House of Parliament backing calls to remain in the EU customs union after Brexit.

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UK Home Office destroyed Windrush landing card slips

The UK Home Office destroyed landing card slips that documented arrival dates for the so-called Windrush generation, it confirmed Wednesday, an admission that has added to pressure on the government over its treatment of some Caribbean migrants.

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Canada to return diplomat families from Cuba over health concerns

The families of Canadian diplomats in Cuba will return home permanently due to unexplained heath concerns, Canada's government announced Monday.

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Mom of kids in gas attack: They could barely breathe

CNN's Arwa Damon speaks to suspected chemical attack survivors in Syria hours after the US and allies launched airstrikes against the Syrian government.

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Man says he killed 6 people at a Quebec mosque because Canada welcomed more refugees

A man who killed six worshippers at a Quebec City mosque told an investigator he carried out the January 2017 attack after seeing reports the Canadian government would welcome more refugees into the country, according to CNN partner CBC.


Cynthia Nixon to progressive candidates: 'Time is up for corporate Democrats'

New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon in a speech on Friday energized a room full of progressive candidates running for office, calling on them to "take our government back" from Republicans and "corporate Democrats."


Republican voters are turning against the Mueller probe

Six months ago, Republican voters were almost evenly split on whether special counsel Robert Mueller was conducting a fair investigation into potential links between President Donald Trump's campaign and the Russian government.

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What cities and states are doing about guns since the Parkland shooting

Local and state lawmakers aren't holding their breath waiting for the federal government to take action on guns.

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Assad regime targeted journalist killed in 2012, sister says

The sister of a journalist killed in Syria in 2012 says that she and her lawyer have evidence that the Syrian government specifically targeted Marie Colvin in a rocket attack.


UFC star McGregor was 'born with fists clenched'

Not so long ago, UFC star Conor McGregor was working as an apprentice electrician and relying on government benefits while living in a socio-economically deprived suburb of the Republic of Ireland's capital.


Lobbyist couple cited by DC government for renting room to Pruitt

The lobbyist couple who leased a room to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt have been cited for not having the required license to rent the room, the District of Columbia government said Thursday.


WH reviewing proposal that would roll back protections for threatened species

The White House is reviewing a proposal that environmentalists fear would remove protections for hundreds of threatened species, according to a government database.

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