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AP Exclusive: China tightens up on info after Xinjiang leaksPeople in touch with state employees in China say the government in the far west region of Xinjiang is destroying documents and taking other steps to tighten control on information
Panel vote sends Trump impeachment charges to full HouseDemocrats propelled President Donald Trump's impeachment toward a vote by the full U.S. House on Friday, as the Judiciary Committee approved charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the constitutional and political storm that has divided Congress and the nation.
Trump says US, China have reached deal; Sunday tariffs offPresident Donald Trump said Friday that the U.S. and China have reached a Phase 1 trade deal, de-escalating a 17-month dispute between the economic powers.
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EU leaders debate Brexit as UK election indicates a way outEU leaders are discussing Britain's departure from the bloc amid some relief that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has a clear majority in Parliament to drive a Brexit divorce deal through
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Ex-Sudan strongman al-Bashir gets 2 years for corruptionA court in Sudan has convicted former President Omar al-Bashir of money laundering and corruption, sentencing him to two years in a minimum-security lockup
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