Canada to ask allies to help cool Saudi dispute; U.S. offers no aid

Canada to ask allies to help cool Saudi dispute; U.S. offers no aidBy David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada plans to seek help from the United Arab Emirates and Britain to defuse an escalating dispute with Saudi Arabia, sources said on Tuesday, but close ally the United States made clear it would not get involved. The Saudi government on Sunday recalled its ambassador to Ottawa, barred Canada’s envoy from returning and placed a ban on new trade, denouncing Canada for urging the release of jailed rights activists. Riyadh accused Ottawa on Tuesday of interfering in its internal affairs.


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Trump Allies Take Aim at Michael Cohen After Fallout

  1. Trump Allies Take Aim at Michael Cohen After Fallout  Wall Street Journal
  2. Giuliani: ‘I want you to hear’ Cohen tapes  CNN
  3. ‘I want you to hear them,’ Giuliani says of other Cohen recordings discussing Trump  Washington Post
  4. Here’s why Giuliani is wrong about Cohen’s value as a witness  NBCNews.com
  5. Political path for Trump, Republicans in midterms cuts through America’s soybean fields  USA TODAY
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Trump House Allies Move to Impeach Rosenstein

  1. Trump House Allies Move to Impeach Rosenstein  Wall Street Journal
  2. House conservatives file articles of impeachment against Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein  USA TODAY
  3. Conservatives Push to Impeach Rosenstein as DOJ Defends Actions  Bloomberg
  4. GOP lawmakers introduce articles of impeachment against Rosenstein  The Hill
  5. House conservatives move to impeach deputy attorney general  ABC News
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Around 25,000 protest immigration stance of Merkel's Bavarian allies

Around 25,000 protest immigration stance of Merkel's Bavarian alliesAround 25,000 people braved the rain in Munich on Sunday to protest the hardline immigration stance of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Bavarian allies three months before they face a tough state election in Bavaria. The protest is another sign of the Christian Social Union’s (CSU) waning popularity after an Infratest poll published last week put its support in Bavaria at 38 percent, compared with the 47.7 percent it secured in a 2013 regional election. March organizers said in a statement they were demonstrating against the “irresponsible divisive politics” of top members of the CSU which governs Bavaria and is the sister party to Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU).


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