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Judge in Manafort case won't unseal juror names, says he's received threats
"The materials that end up on superman Shelves and ultimately in our own homes and of course. Overall to reduce the amount of plastic and use other materials. Such as cardboard paper and foil. Wherever possible ministers also say they want to encourage recycling for waste that is currently incinerated the final details of any proposals will be revealed as part of the budget later this year The judge in the trial of President Trump's former campaign. Chairman Paul Manafort who said he's received threats and his are being guarded by. US marshals Mr. Manafort denies charges of Bank and tax fraud correspondent Kris Buckler reports from Virginia Judge TSL's went so far as to say that. He was personally surprised unconcerned by how much it had excited people's emotions in rejecting, a request by group. Of media
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US Navy drafts plans to house 100,000 immigrants
"The newsroom from the bbc world service on thursday the pentagon said it had been asked to prepare beds for up to twenty thousand immigrant children now it's been reported that the us navy is working on plans to house more than one hundred thousand immigrants on its base is a draft mellow obtained by time magazine outlines plans to build temporary and austere ten cities at abandoned airfields in alabama as well as proposals for two camps at naval facilities in california the news came as president trump went on the political offensive forming his policy you over child separations he hosted an event at the white house for families who lost loved ones at the hands of illegal immigrants you hear the other side you'd never hear this side these are the american citizens permanently separated from their loved ones the word permanently being the word that you have to think about permanently they're not separated for a day or two days they are permanently separated because they were killed by criminal illegal aliens these are the families the media ignores they don't talk about him we call these brave americans the angel families angel moms angel pops pizza the angel families one of those who made the president was laura wilkinson he's eighteen year old son josh was murdered we wanna tell you a little bit today about josh he was brutally tortured and strangled over and over his last hours or was brutal as everyone standing up here none of our kids had a minute to say goodbye we were lucky enough to be separated for five days or ten days were separated permanently at the same time is touting his tough border policy president trump's urge republican politicians to abandon their efforts to pass legislation on the matter until after the midterm elections in november i go the latest from our washington correspondent kris buckler has to be said that this week donald trump has had to reverse one of his major policies this idea of separating migrant parents from their children in the past the white house did talk about it as being the taranto low thought of course since being denied in some respects but it's on record and he has given every indication in the last twenty four hours to do so to reverse that policy has gone against his natural instincts and by sharing not stage with families who had relatives killed by emigrants he's a sensually sending on a message that he believes immigration laws need to be tougher and also sending a message that as far as he's concerned if there is going to be a fight in the next election that's coming up then as far as he's concerned and in those congressional elections he believes his supporters are gonna balk him on this divisive issue over the border at the same time we're hearing more details about plans by the us military to house migrants on its basis but so far nothing about how those children already separated will be reunited with their families the and frankly we've talked about this this week it is a mess for the white is for the government more generally partly because parents and children are being held by different departments the plans for families to be held together that's going to be looked after by third departments fundamentally at the moment there are people who are waiting to find out just what's going to happen to them they are waiting for prosecutions to appear in court and their children are being held in different facilities so reuniting news families is fundamentally quite difficult and again it comes down to this question of resources con america actually do it at this time every heard anything from the republican congressional leaders after donald trump told them not to continue working on their on their bill when he went even stronger than that didn't they he said not to waste the time anymore republicans themselves there are device divides inside dot com was well so you have some who are liberal and want to try and come up with a compromise bill bats what they've been working on and in fact they plan to try to bring it to vote but next week at the very latest the truth is is that there are some others who are backing president trump so i think you've still got the potential for a bit of a bottle inside the republican party itself over this divisive issue chris buckley in washington the immigration debate so far has largely focused on the us mexico border to the south but an incident on the canadian border has also sparked controversy at centers on.
DOJ Report: Comey "insubordinate" on Clinton email investigation
"Fbi james comey as insubordinate but not biased in his handling of an investigation into hillary clinton reports mr comey had made it had made an error of judgment in announcing he was reopening the inquiry into mrs clinton's emails shortly before the presidential election in two thousand sixteen from washington here's correspondent kris buckler james comey was far does fbi director by donald trump and blamed by hillary clinton for playing a part in her feeling to win the presidency but he has always defended the way he acted during that controversial campaign two years ago however this report says mr comey was in subordinates and concludes he mishandled an investigation into mrs clinton's use of a private email server christopher ray who succeeded him as head of the fbi says policies have been changed on other employees will be held accountable if there was misconduct and he says the crucial conclusion is that there was no attempt to influence the election this report did not find any evidence of political bias or improper considerations actually impacting the investigation under review but contained in this report or details of text messages between two members of the fbi including one in which an agent says they will stop donald trump becoming president it seems to have been a northbound remark but the white house says it backs up claims of political bias in the bureau labor has won the parliamentary byelection lewisham east in south london with a greatly reduced majority on a low turnout it's candidates janet's debut was elected with a majority of five thousand six hundred compared with the twenty one thousand secured by predescessor in last year's general election only a third of eligible voters turned out the conservative candidate finished third behind the lib dem's up skirting the act of secretly taking sexually intrusive photographs under person's clothes is set to become a specific criminal offence the government's confirmed it will back a private member's bill being presented to the comments today by the liberal democrat mp vera hobhouse the worst offenders could face up to two years in jail two former health ministers one labor the other conservative have called for a radical shakeup of the nhs in england and a major boost to its funding their report written with the.
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China's Xi Jinping reappointed as president with no term limits
"Douglas's of lithuania and here with me for the whole program on my two guests abc radio correspondent tom river and the economist and broadcaster linda you all to come on weekends after the world news this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan is odd the former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe who was sacked on friday just before his planned retirement has rounded on the trump administration accusing it of acting with political malice against him and the fbi president trump tweeted that his dismissal was a great day for the bureau and democracy more from our washington correspondent kris buckler in two thousand sixteen as hillary clinton was running for president she was being investigated because of questions but emails she received on a private server what she was the us secretary of stairs mr mccabe authorized information to be given to the media something department of justice said he was not entitled to do under internal fbi investigation find he had not been completely honest when asked about it but andrew mccabe says he's been sacked for political reasons and he cleans up president trump brought much of that pressure in a lengthy statement he accused the white house of declaring war on both the fbi and the special counsel's investigation in allegations of russian interference in the election two years ago lawyers representing president trump have gone to court seeking twenty million dollars in damages from the porn actress stormy daniels accusing her of violating a nondisclosure agreement she signed before the presidential elections in two thousand sixteen china's parliament has voted to appoint the former anticorruption chief wang shan as vice president xi jinping it also unanimously confirmed mr she's second five year term in power james reid reports the post of vice president has traditionally been largely ceremonial in china but that's likely to change with the appointment of wang shan he's a staunch ally if xi jinping notice the firefighter because of its recording tackling difficult issues as anti corruption chief mr wang led a purge of the communist party that brought down dozens of senior officials as a former trade negotiator he also has long experience of dealing with the united states all this makes him an ideal right hand man for xi jinping as the chinese leader consolidates his power at home abroad the.