Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Tories ‘Finished’: Theresa May’s Successor Will Struggle to Deliver Brexit – UK Politician

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May resigned on Friday as the leader of the Conservative Party and left her position as the country’s prime minister. May announced her resignation two weeks ago when she said she would step down as party leader on 7 June.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Venezuela’s Guaido Says No Plans for More Talks in Norway

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The self-proclaimed interim president says talks that do not lead to resignation of President Maduro are “useless” to the opposition. Previously the opposition denied negotiating with the Maduro delegation directly.

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“russian plane crash” – Google News: US: Russian vessel’s near-miss with Navy ship ‘irresponsible’ – Yahoo Entertainment

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “fbi reform” – Google News: U.S. Rep. Tlaib calls for moratorium on facial recognition technology used by Detroit police – Michigan Radio

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Putin and Putinism – News Review: Putin stands by China, criticizes U.S., in trade, Huawei disputes – Reuters Canada

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Putin stands by China, criticizes U.S., in trade, Huawei disputes  Reuters Canada

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Voice of America: Judge Makes ‘Remedies’ in War Crimes Case

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A military judge Friday refused to dismiss the murder case of a decorated Navy SEAL, but found the prosecution’s meddling in defense lawyer emails troubling enough to reduce the maximum penalty he faces.

The judge, Capt. Aaron Rugh, said an effort to track emails sent to lawyers for Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher violated constitutional rights against an illegal search and the right to counsel by interfering with attorney-client privilege.

The action also harmed the public’s view of the military justice system and cast doubt on Gallagher’s ability to receive a fair trial, Rugh said.

Maximum penalty, lead prosecutor removed

The ruling in one of the Navy’s most prominent war crimes cases came just days after the judge removed the lead prosecutor as the defense sought dismissal of the case for alleged misconduct in what they characterized as “spying.”

Rugh found the intrusion “placed an intolerable strain on the public’s perception of the military justice system.”

“Applying its broad discretion in crafting a remedy to remove the taint of unlawful command influence,” Rugh said he would remove the maximum penalty of life imprisonment without parole if Gallagher is convicted of premeditated murder. Gallagher could now face life in prison with a chance of parole.

To relieve the “strain of pretrial publicity,” Rugh also said he would allow the defense to reject two more potential jurors without cause during jury selection.

Gallagher is scheduled to go to trial June 17 on murder and attempted murder charges.

On Monday, Rugh removed the lead prosecutor, Cmdr. Christopher Czaplak. He said it was not within his power to determine whether Czaplak engaged in misconduct, but the potential for a probe into his actions could present a conflict and required his removal.

It is extremely unusual for a military judge to remove a prosecutor days before the start of a trial. Gallagher had been facing trial Monday until Rugh delayed it for another week.

Last week, Rugh unexpectedly released Gallagher from custody as a remedy for interference by prosecutors in the middle of a hearing on several defense motions.

Rugh rejected allegations that prosecutors withheld evidence that could help Gallagher’s defense.

Politicians weigh in

The military justice system has won few war crime convictions and been criticized for being ineffective.

Republicans in Congress have lobbied for Gallagher, saying he has been mistreated. President Donald Trump intervened to move Gallagher to less restrictive confinement in March and has considered dismissing the charges.

Gallagher pleaded not guilty to a murder charge in the death of an injured teenage militant in Iraq in 2017 and to attempted murder in the shooting of two civilians from a sniper’s perch.

He blames disgruntled platoon mates for fabricating complaints about him because they didn’t like his tough leadership.

Leaked court documents

Defense lawyers for Gallagher and his commanding officer, Lt. Jacob Portier, have said most of the court documents leaked to reporters have hurt their clients, so the sources are likely on the government side. But Rugh found no evidence of that.

Portier has denied charges of conduct unbecoming an officer after being accused of conducting Gallagher’s re-enlistment ceremony next to the militant’s corpse.

Rugh indicated he was misled about the effort to embed code in emails sent to the defense team and a journalist to track where those messages were sent to find the source of leaks that have plagued the case.

He said he didn’t have the authority to approve such a tactic and was led to believe Czaplak was working with federal prosecutors so his consent was not necessary.

Rugh said he learned Friday that the U.S. attorney’s office in San Diego had not approved or coordinated the tracking, defense lawyer Tim Parlatore said.

The government said the investigation did not find the source of leaks.

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“Opposition in Russia” – Google News: Russia to Make Its Own ‘Chernobyl’ Film Blaming U.S. and CIA for Nuclear Accident – PJ Media

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Russia to Make Its Own ‘Chernobyl’ Film Blaming U.S. and CIA for Nuclear Accident  PJ Media

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Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): mikenov on Twitter: House Judiciary to hold series of hearings on Mueller report cbsnews.com/news/house-jud… via @CBSPolitics

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Lenta.ru : Новости: Свидетель по делу Кокорина и Мамаева показала первое фото после падения из окна

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Екатерина Бобкова — свидетельница по делу о драках с участием российских футболистов Александра Кокорина и Павла Мамаева — опубликовала в Instagram первую фотографию после падения из окна. На снимке заметно, что на правую руку девушки наложен гипс. Также у Екатерины перебинтована голова, а на шее стоит катетер.

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Voice of America: Trump Announces Deal With Mexico Averting Tariffs

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Cindy Saine at the State Department contributed to this report. 

 

U.S. President Donald Trump said late Friday that the United States and Mexico had reached a deal on migration to avert tariffs.

“I am pleased to inform you that The United States of America has reached a signed agreement with Mexico. The Tariffs scheduled to be implemented by the U.S. on Monday, against Mexico, are hereby indefinitely suspended,” he tweeted.

“Mexico, in turn, has agreed to take strong measures to stem the tide of Migration through Mexico, and to our Southern Border. This is being done to greatly reduce, or eliminate, Illegal Immigration coming from Mexico and into the United States,” Trump said.

Earlier Friday, Trump had tweeted that there was a “good chance” the two sides would reach a deal to avert tariffs over the surge of migrants across the U.S. border. However, he added, “If we are unable to make the deal, Mexico will begin paying Tariffs at the 5% level on Monday!”  

U.S. and Mexican officials returned to the negotiating table Friday for a third day of talks to find a way to stem the migrant flow.

Effect on hiring?

Trump’s trade wars with Mexico and other countries appeared to have spooked American companies into putting the brakes on hiring. They added just 75,000 jobs in May, far fewer than the 180,000 economists expected, the Labor Department reported Friday.  

 

Although the jobless rate held steady at a 50-year low of 3.6%, Friday’s figures were the latest signal that the U.S. economy, while healthy, is weakening. Manufacturers, which are particularly sensitive to trade disputes, added only 3,000 jobs, extending an anemic streak of hiring in the sector.

U.S. and Mexican officials discussed a deal calling for Mexico to sharply increase patrols of its border with Guatemala to curb migration, The Washington Post reported, with the deployment of 6,000 National Guard troops. The newspaper said Mexico and the U.S. could overhaul asylum rules throughout the region, requiring Central Americans to first seek refuge in Mexico rather than traveling through it to reach the U.S. 

 

With such a plan in place, the United States could send Guatemala asylum seekers to Mexico, and those from Honduras and El Salvador to Guatemala.  

Earlier Friday in Mexico City, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador reiterated his own optimistic position. 

Causes of ‘chaos’

 

“There is dialogue and an agreement can be reached,” Lopez Obrador said. “I’m optimistic we can achieve that.” He added it was a mistake, though, for the U.S. to link migration with trade, saying again that migration must be addressed by solving social and economic problems in Central America.

“The causes of the migratory chaos aren’t being analyzed, only the effects,” he said.  

U.S. authorities have said more than 100,000 undocumented migrants, mostly from the three Central American countries, have crossed into the United States in recent months. The U.S. government announced Wednesday that in May, 144,000 migrants were detained at the border, up 32% from April. It was the highest monthly figure in 13 years. 

 

Some Republican lawmakers, normally close political allies of Trump, had said they would try to block any potential tariffs with legislation, which would have drawn wide support from opposition Democrats. Numerous lawmakers feared rising consumer costs for Americans if the tariffs were imposed on Mexican goods, including cars and numerous food products exported to the U.S.

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Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks℠: Mystery company off the hook from Mueller subpoena and contempt of court charge

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Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): mikenov on Twitter: Mystery company off the hook from Mueller subpoena and contempt of court charge (Google Alert -…) michael_novakhov.newsblur.com/story/mystery-…

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Voice of America: Norway Mediation Effort in Venezuela’s Crisis Slows

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Venezuelan leader Juan Guaido said Friday that the opposition’s demand for presidential elections is not negotiable, slowing mediation efforts by Norway aimed at resolving Venezuela’s political crisis. 

 

“A new meeting isn’t planned at the moment, we can get what we’ve proposed on the agenda,” Guaido said at an event in the central city of Valencia, dismissing earlier comments from Russia’s foreign ministry that a third round of exploratory talks with representatives of Nicolas Maduro would take place next week. 

 

“Nobody who is straight in the head would sit across from a dictator thinking he is negotiating in good faith,” he added.

Guaido’s biting comments, coming as mediators from Norway were in Caracas trying to prevent the talks from derailing, highlight the huge obstacles to negotiating a peaceful solution to the crisis in Venezuela, which has endured economic and political turmoil for years. 

 

Guaido, who heads the opposition-controlled congress, revived a flagging opposition movement in January by declaring himself Venezuela’s rightful leader, quickly drawing recognition from the United States and more than 50 nations that say Maduro’s re-election last year was illegitimate.

But Maduro, backed by the military as well as Cuba and Russia, has held on to power in the face of U.S. oil sanctions that are adding to misery in a nation hit hard by hyperinflation and widespread fuel, food and power shortages.

Norway has hosted two rounds of exploratory talks between the Venezuelan government and opposition in an attempt to break the ongoing stalemate. 

 

The opposition, mindful of the collapse of past dialogue attempts that only served to strengthen the government’s hand, has insisted the starting point for negotiations be a willingness by Maduro to hold presidential elections within a reasonable time frame. Maduro has balked at that call, blaming the opposition for boycotting last year’s presidential ballot and insisting instead on elections to revamp the opposition-controlled legislature.

“As long as both sides are hurting and don’t see a way out, there’s a possibility negotiations can succeed,” said James Dobbins, a senior fellow at the Rand Corporation who served as special U.S. envoy to several crisis hotspots including Haiti and Afghanistan. “It’s really the only hope left.”

The setback in Norway’s mediation effort comes amid a frenzy of regional diplomacy tied to the Venezuelan crisis.

Talks with Cuba

Also on Friday, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez traveled to Toronto for talks with Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, hours after he met Venezuelan socialist party boss Diosdado Cabello in Cuba. 

“Cuba has a different position and that’s one reason why it’s important for us to talk to Cuba” about a solution to the Venezuelan crisis, Freeland said after meeting Rodriguez. She said “free and fair elections” is the way forward for Venezuela. Canada has joined the Trump administration in pressuring Maduro to resign.

Cabello had arrived in Cuba on Thursday. One of his first meetings was with Rodriguez, who said on Twitter they “discussed themes of international interest.” 

Maduro’s alleged crimes

 

Also Friday, Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr, urging him to set up a unit to investigate and prosecute alleged crimes by Maduro and his associates. 

 

“The long list of Maduro’s crimes includes the illegal mining and trafficking of minerals, transnational drug trafficking, and theft of substantial sums of money from the Venezuelan government and hiding it in offshore bank accounts worldwide,” Rubio said. 

 

Maduro has denied any illegal activity and says the U.S. wants to overthrow him as a way to exploit Venezuela’s vast oil resources.

Venezuelan passports

In another development, the Trump administration said it will recognize the validity of Venezuelan passports for five years beyond their printed expiration dates. The State Department announced that the passports will be considered valid for visa applications and entry into the United States in recognition of a decision by Venezuela’s opposition-controlled National Assembly.

Getting a new passport or an extension is expensive and lengthy for many Venezuelans. Many of the more than 4 million Venezuelans who fled the country in recent years had left without a valid passport.

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“Right Cause party” – Google News: Burgess Money Looks Like Chamber Cash, Seattle Isn’t Dying But Voters Are Worried, And More City Council Election News – TheStranger.com

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“wikileaks россия” – Google News: FBI docs: Study found Clinton email server hacked, info found on dark web – Washington Examiner

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FBI docs: Study found Clinton email server hacked, info found on dark web  Washington Examiner

Information from Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized, private email server were found on the dark web, newly released documents from the FBI show.

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Информационное агентство УНИАН: Юрист предупредил об угрозе появления недееспособного Избирательного кодекса из-за гонки в ВР “за хайпом”

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По мнению эксперта, с точки зрения PR депутатам действующего 8-го созыва следовало бы принять Избирательный кодекс до конца своей каденции.

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