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Irish dispute triggers Tory battle on Brexit destination

Irish dispute triggers Tory battle on Brexit destination

Rift within party exposed between Eurosceptics and backers of keeping Brussels close

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After Killing Yemen Ex-Leader, Rebels Push His Forces Out of Capital

After Killing Yemen Ex-Leader, Rebels Push His Forces Out of Capital

Houthi forces rounded up hundreds of fighters loyal to Yemen’s former president and consolidated their control of the capital, a day after the longtime leader was slain by the rebels and his forces dispersed.

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Russian Olympic Committee Barred from 2018 Winter Games

Russian Olympic Committee Barred from 2018 Winter Games

The International Olympic Committee suspended the Russian Olympic committee, saying it has been barred from next year’s Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The IOC said some Russians athletes will compete, but by invitation only.

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GOP Splits on Roy Moore’s Bid for Alabama Senate Seat

GOP Splits on Roy Moore’s Bid for Alabama Senate Seat

The GOP hierarchy is splitting over the party’s controversial Senate nominee in Alabama, with the Senate campaign committee continuing to withhold support for Roy Moore despite President Donald Trump’s decision to endorse him.

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David Davis promises no special Brexit status for N Ireland

David Davis promises no special Brexit status for N Ireland

Any regulatory alignment need for Irish border would be UK-wide

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Russia banned from Winter Olympics

Russia banned from Winter Olympics

IOC issues stark response to revelations of ‘systemic’ doping

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Veteran Democrat steps down after sexual harassment claims

Veteran Democrat steps down after sexual harassment claims

John Conyers the latest powerful man to lose job over misconduct scandals

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Trump Tells Arab Leaders U.S. Will Move Embassy to Jerusalem

Trump Tells Arab Leaders U.S. Will Move Embassy to Jerusalem

President Donald Trump told Arab leaders in phone calls on Tuesday that he intends to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Arab officials said, a move that could scuttle the U.S. leader’s plans to launch an Israeli-Palestinian peace plan and risks sparking violence across the Middle East.

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Why the U.S. Considers North Korea’s Kim a ‘Rational Actor’

Why the U.S. Considers North Korea’s Kim a ‘Rational Actor’

U.S. intelligence and military officials believe Kim Jong Un is a “rational actor,” a conclusion that for now is guiding Washington’s approach to the North Korean leader as he risks economic sanctions and military reprisals to build nuclear weapons and threaten rivals.

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James Murdoch tipped for Disney role in Fox deal

James Murdoch tipped for Disney role in Fox deal

Senior executive position under discussion as Iger succession remains open

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Deutsche Bank sends Trump financial details to Mueller investigation

Deutsche Bank sends Trump financial details to Mueller investigation

Special counsel issues subpoena to one of US president’s longest standing lenders

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The sun is shining over the global economy

The sun is shining over the global economy

Now that a recovery is under way, an effort needs to be made to deleverage economies

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Theresa May’s Brexit Path Complicated by Small Northern Irish Party

Theresa May’s Brexit Path Complicated by Small Northern Irish Party

Prime Minister Theresa May sought to get Brexit talks back on track after a small Northern Irish party she relies on in Parliament blocked a deal to advance negotiations, illustrating how her weakened position is complicating Britain’s exit from the European Union.

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The Great Tax Windfall Surprise

The Great Tax Windfall Surprise

The biggest winners of the Republican tax plan are corporations. How they actually spend their windfall could jolt the economy and surprise markets.

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‘Let Them Dance…But Not Too Close’: Welcome to the Post-Weinstein Holiday Party

‘Let Them Dance…But Not Too Close’: Welcome to the Post-Weinstein Holiday Party

To head off bad behavior at office holiday parties, companies are canceling open bars, abolishing hard liquor or forgoing dark nightclub settings for well-lit or family-friendly venues. Others are sending employees blunt reminders of the kind of antics that could land them in trouble.

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