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Supreme Court dismisses Rafale review petitions against its December 14, 2018 judgement upholding the 36 Rafale jets' deal.

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The Biden conspiracy theory has "exploded in their faces, and it has revealed a pattern of conduct by this President and by his associates like Mr. Giuliani that paints a heartbreaking picture, in my mind, of what is going on in this administration," says Rep. Sean Maloney.

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Russia & China to launch joint venture for constructing metros worldwide

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"Nunes was feeding the conspiracy theory base that works amongst some Republican circles... they weren't acting as fact finders. They were acting as defense attorneys. That is not their role, to defend the president." - Fmr. GOP Rep. David Jolly

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Indian Army officials to ANI: Lieutenant Colonel Jyoti Sharma appointed as Indian Army’s first female Judge Advocate General officer to be deployed on a foreign mission. She will be appointed as the military legal expert with the Government of Seychelles.

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JUST IN: Young Turks founder Cenk Uygur files to run for Katie Hill's House seat

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Hong Kong protests: foreign students start to leave as unrest shifts to universities

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