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How Hillary's State Dept. Gave Special Attention to 'Friends of Bill' After Haiti Quake

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With offers to help pouring in, officials noted who was friend of the Clintons.
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However, as we approach the elections, and given the intense competition for media space, there is wont to be increased accusations of corruption in the media.
Qazvin, April 23, IRNA – The Fifth International Summit of the World Assembly of Islamic Cities (WAIC) started work here on Sunday in the presence of President Hassan Rouhani in this northwestern Ira
Qazvin, April 23, IRNA – The Fifth International Summit of the World Assembly of Islamic Cities (WAIC) started work here on Sunday in the presence of President Hassan Rouhani in this northwestern Ira
For the fifth consecutive time a Bulgarian horo will take place in the central square of Grand Place in Brussels, Focus News Reported.  This year, the organizer of the event is the Bulgarian MEP from
Tehran, April 23, IRNA – IRGC corps have shielded the security of Iranian people as well as the Islamic Ummah with standing by the Islamic resilience in Syria and Iraq, says Armed Forces chief of sta
Tehran, April 23, IRNA – A senior security official says that further intelligence and security cooperation between Iran and Afghanistan will strengthen security and stability in both countries.
Anzali, Gilan Prov., April 23, IRNA - Navy Commander said on Saturday that a rocket launcher, a submarine, and a destroyer will join the navy in the southern waters, the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea, an
Labour has not yet decided its policy on Trident and 'will review all aspects of defence' if elected.
The Plaid Cymru leader is considering standing against Chris Bryant in the Rhondda.
Around 35 per cent votes were polled in the municipal elections in the national Capital till 2 pm, with the electorates in north Delhi leading the tally. “Around 43,82,359 votes have been polled si..
The presidency has flatly rejected media reports of further renovations at taxpayers' expense to President Jacob Zuma's private homestead at Nkandla.
53 illegal migrants are caught by police at the Danuv Bridge in Ruse, Bulgaria while trying to pass secretly  the border, reported a BGNES’s correspondent from the Danube city. The illegal foreigners
The Plaid Cymru leader is considering standing against Chris Bryant in the Rhondda.
Chinese Ambassador to Ukraine Du Wei said this at a press conference on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ukraine and China. Read more here The
Tehran, April 23, IRNA – With all its ups and downs and controversies, 100 days have passed since Donald Trump and his administration took office in the White House but what he has gained is very dis
The Labour leader says he will tackle domestic and global challenges in a new way if he wins power.
Tehran, April 23, IRNA – Iran’s ambassador in Turkey told organizers of the 4th Persian Language Olympiad in Ankara on Saturday Tehran believes in expansion of balanced relations with Turkey in all d
Moscow, April 23, IRNA – Moscow, Tehran, and Hezbollah are supporting Syria in fighting against terrorism, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Tehran, April 23, IRNA – Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif arrived in the Greek capital, Athens on Sunday morning to participate in the first international forum on ancient civilizations.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he is "angry and fed up" with the current state of the UK.
Kabul, April 23, IRNA – Iran’s Embassy in Kabul on Saturday strongly condemned the terrorist attack on a military base in the Afghan province of Balkh.
Sophie Walker accuses Philip Davies of misogyny but he calls her plans "extreme political correctness".
President Zuma used a visit to his home province to hit out at critics of radical economic transformation within the ANC, saying they lacked backbone.
After nearly two decades of taunts, threats and physical abuse behind bars, Fallon Aubee hopes to become Canada's first federal inmate to be placed i
Tehran, April 23, IRNA – Chairman of Majlis National Secuirty and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi said on Saturday that while Peace Pipeline plays a major role in promoting cooperation
Paul Nuttall, the leader of UKIP, says he wants to ban full-face veils claiming they hinder integration.
The Plaid Cymru leader is considering standing against Chris Bryant in the Rhondda.
In the run-up to the ANC's December elective conference, the simmering war among ANC officials and tripartite alliance leaders appears to be worsening.
Moscow, April 23, IRNA - Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan is to meet with his Russian counterpart Sergey Shoygu in Moscow, Iranian ambassador to Moscow said.
The vice president and his family visited a zoo and took a boat ride.
The first round of the 2017 French presidential election is to be held on 23 April. 47 million people are going to choose the future not only of France, but also of Europe, reported BNT. 4 of the cand
Suspended SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng faces being “summarily dismissed” following his tirade against the broadcaster's interim board.
Tehran, April 22, IRNA – Interior Ministry spokesman Salman Samani said that following the approval of the Commission of Presidential Elections Campaigning, candidates’ debates will be broadcast live
In papers filed to the ConCourt, President Zuma has taken a swipe at former president Thabo Mbeki over his support for a secret ballot in the motion of no confidence.

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