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As the world marks D-Day 75 years, the post-war Union is in doubt

ARROMANCHES-LES-BAINS, France – This city on the northern coast of France was carrying the signs of World War II with grace before the 75th anniversary celebrations on Thursday. The remains of Port Mulberry – a kind of temporary, portable harbor that is so vital to the allied invasion – is clearly visible from nearby rocks covered with daisies and purple …

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What to get a queen? Inside the Trumps' gifts for Royals

The process requires thought, attention to detail, coordination with the State Department, and adherence to the highest levels of protocol, and it appears they delivered. Finding the best gifts can be complex – it should be personal and most of the nod to some kind of historical touchstone between the two countries, the gifter and the receiver. The Trumps came …

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President Trump's surreal royal visit turns from greatness into politics

Everything is pretty sure it's a temporary interlude, considering the sensitive travel policy – including the US vision of re-specializing the special relationship – muscles to the center Tuesday. The president had entered Britain looking for trouble – launching a chirping of London Mayor Sadik Han as a "cold cold loser" – before Air Force One tires kissed British soil …

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Congressman's unit 'killed probably hundreds of civilians' in Iraq, he says

Rep. Duncan Hunter said his military unit "killed probably hundreds of civilians" in Iraq, the California Republican's latest eyebrow-raising comments since being charged last year with spending campaign funds on personal expenses. Hunter, a Marine Corps veteran, made the remark while renewing his call for clemency for Edward Gallagher, and Navy SEAL chief, who is accused of killing an Islamic …

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Mexican Government Privately Warn Trump Administration Of Counter-Tariffs: NPR

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard attends a press conference with Mexican delegation negotiating tariffs with US officials on Monday in Washington, D.C.                                                                            Eric Baradat / AFP / Getty Images                                       hide caption toggle caption Eric Baradat / AFP / Getty Images               Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard attends a press conference with the Mexican delegation …

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Sudanese security forces open fire on the scene of the protest

Shooting erupted in the streets of Sudanese capital Khartoum early Monday, when security forces began firing protesters against democracy before the country's military headquarters and killed several people, an association of doctors and local media reported. [19659002Voynitsiteserazprasnahaizgradavnay-saglasuvanotosidvizheniezadarazprasnatprotestirashtitekoitoiskatprehodkamtsivilnoupravleniesledsvalyanetonaprezidentaOmarHasanal-Bashirprezapril[19659002] The removal of Mr. al-Bashir raised hopes among protesters after decades of authoritarian rule, but weeks of negotiations between protest leaders and the …

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