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Hong Kong extradition: How radical youth forced the government’s hand

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Image copyright AFP Image caption Wednesday’s protesters came prepared for tear gas In just one week Hong Kong has witnessed two of its largest ever protests, as well its most violent protest in decades. At the forefront of these demonstrations are young people, many barely out of their teens. How did they get radicalised – and how did they manage to force the government’s hand? “We screamed at people to run.” “My parents kicked me out after the protests.” “It was the first time I got...

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Iran Says It Will Exceed Nuclear Deal’s Limit On Uranium ‘In 10 Days’

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Spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), Behrouz Kamalvandi, seen at a July 2018 news conference in Tehran. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images Spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), Behrouz Kamalvandi, seen at a July 2018 news conference in Tehran. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images Within days Iran will exceed the limit on its stockpile of uranium under a 2015 nuclear deal, according to a spokesman for the country’s atomic energy agency, who also said...

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Iran targeted and missed US drone flying over Gulf of Oman: officials

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Iran targeted and missed a US drone flying over the Gulf of Oman shortly after the Thursday attack on two tankers there, US officials said. The unmanned aircraft was responding to a distress signal from one of the crippled ships, the officials said this weekend. The US military said Iran fired a surface-to-air missile at the drone. Tehran has denied responsibility for strikes on the tankers traveling on a vital shipping route south of the Strait of Hormuz, the narrow bottleneck that vessels from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states must...

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Hong Kong Protest Live Updates: Thousands Take to the Streets

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“We don’t trust her at all, actually,” Phoebe Ng, 29, a demonstrator, said of Ms. Lam. The extradition legislation that prompted the outrage would allow criminal suspects in Hong Kong, a semiautonomous Chinese territory, to be transferred for trial to mainland China, where the courts are controlled by the Communist Party. A similar protest last Sunday drew more than a million people, organizers said, making it one of the largest demonstrations in the history of Hong Kong, a city of about seven million. On Wednesday, lawmakers were forced to...

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Huckabee on Iran tanker attacks: ‘Ridiculous’ to believe Iran ‘had nothing to do with it’

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Video Huckabee on tanker attacks in Gulf of Oman Huckabee on tanker attacks in Gulf of Oman It was absurd for the Iranian government to deny involvement in attacks on oil tankers in the Middle East, according to Mike Huckabee. Videotape appearing to show people removing a mine from one of the damaged tankers is a clear example of that, Huckabee said Friday on “The Story.” “It’s ridiculous for them to claim they had nothing to do with it. It’s like who are you going to believe – Iran or your...

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The internal poll that Donald Trump said didn’t exist was just leaked

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ABC News on Friday published the results of an internal poll conducted by President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign in March, a survey that Trump himself denied even existed. The poll found Trump trailing Joe Biden by huge margins in states he carried in 2016, including Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. In Texas, which has voted for Republican presidents by wide margins for the last 43 years, Trump holds just a two point edge against the former vice president. The existence of the poll and its damning findings were first reported by the New York...

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Tanker attacks "highly likely" came from Iran, U.S. official says after vessels struck in Gulf of Oman today – Live updates

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Two tankers were attacked Thursday near the strategic Strait of Hormuz — the second time in a month that tankers have been seriously damaged in the region and again the U.S. has pointed the finger of blame at Iran. Speaking Thursday afternoon in Washington, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said it was, “the assessment of the United States government that the Islamic Republic of Iran is responsible for the attacks that occurred in the gulf of Oman today. This assessment is based on intelligence,...

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Gulf of Oman tanker attacks: Everything you need to know

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The apparent attack on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday represents a dramatic escalation in regional and international tensions. Coming just one month and one day after an attack on four other oil tankers in the same area, oil prices have spiked upward in fear of what might happen next. What’s going on here? Blame Iran. The United Arab Emirates and Saudis might want a United States showdown with Iran but they would not risk jeopardizing the U.S. relationship by conducting a false flag attack. Moreover, the damage to the two...

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23 Democrats Are Running for President. Do Any of Them Know What They’re Doing?

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In the middle of May, the former vice president was making his maiden swing through New Hampshire. His first stop was a pizza bistro in Hampton, lunchtime on a drizzly Monday. A hundred or so bodies were jammed in, seemingly half of them New Hampshire state representatives wearing name-tag pins, many saying they had known the former vice president for years. “Good to see you, man,” Biden said, patting the shoulders of a guy in a Boston Bruins cap near the entrance. Like the Democratic field he leads, Biden’s stump speech, at the multiple...

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How are you being affected by the Hong Kong protests?

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Tens of thousands of protesters have forced Hong Kong’s politicians to abandon a debate on the controversial China extraditions bill. Protesters surrounded the legislative council building and swamped the city centre on Wednesday. Masks and cling film have been handed out by organisers to protect protesters from pepper spray as they faced off with riot police who held up signs warning they were prepared to use force on the crowds to maintain stability. Share your experiences How do you feel about the situation? Are you taking part in the...

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