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But as embarrassing a setback as this was - Obamacare is here to stay ‘for the foreseeable future,’ Ryan conceded - he isn't going anywhere. “No one is prepared to challenge Ryan for his job, said GOP lawmakers from across the Republican Conference. While some right-wing media and outside groups are agitating to replace the speaker, and his antagonists on the White House staff needle him anonymously in the press, there is no way he will be ousted. President Donald Trump hasnt turned on him, either - at least not yet. And Ryan remains popular with his rank-and-file members, who genuinely like him. Critically, Ryan is not a liability for them back home, the ultimate litmus test for any congressional leader.” http://politi.co/2nyLnaa WAPO'S PAUL KANE -- A new dynamic may be emerging in the House: A right and left flank within the GOP willing to buck leadership http://wapo.
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But Natalie Wood, who spent hours in the ocean before her body was recovered in 1981, was covered in bruises when found. The coroner believed she had fallen off the yacht, and it’s clearly difficult to distinguish between bruises from falling off a yacht and being 'rolled off’ it. Old bruises hardly constitute new proof. But wait! TheGlobereveals that “a secret witness is ready to step forward - and doom Wagner for good!” It's deus ex machina journalism at its best. I bet the butler did it. The ‘National Enquirercover proudly tells us that “Trump Catches Russia’s White House Spy!” and “Now he’s spilling Putin’s secrets.” Who is this nefarious operative trapped by spy-catcher-in-chief Trump? It’s “White House mole Michael Flynn!” crows the ‘Enquirer.’ Excuse me? It’s true that Trump ousted National Security Advisor Flynn in February after it was revealed that he had met with Russian officials and discussed sanctions, and had then lied about it.
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Key events in the life of the ousted Egyptian president, who has been released from detention and returned home.
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CAIROSix years after roaring crowds ousted him at the peak of the Arab Spring, former President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt was freed on March 24 from the Cairo hospital where he had been detained, capping a long and largely fruitless effort to hold him accountable for human rights abuses and endemic corruption during his three decades of rule. Read more here. The post New York Times: Hosni Mubarak is freed, to dismay of many in Egypt appeared first on KyivPost .
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In six years, Egypts Hosni Mubarak has gone from symbolising the hubris of Middle East dictators swept away by the Arab Spring uprisings to an emblem of dashed hopes. The strongman who ruled for 30 years had warned that if it were not for him chaos would grip Egypt. When I heard the first verdict I laughed. I said: Ha! ... I did nothing wrong at all Hosni Mubarak To the dismay of protesters who put their faith in the revolution, Mubarak left a miliary hospital on Friday...
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Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak is a free man after being detained in prisons and hospitals for six years, following the Arab Spring uprising in 2011. He left a military hospital Friday. Mubarak was the first leader to face trial after the Arab Spring uprisings that swept the region. He was accused of inciting the deaths of protesters in the 18-day revolt. He also faced a number of other charges that eventually were dismissed. Earlier this month, he was cleared of the murder charges. Mubarak's lawyer confirmed that the former leader is now ensconced at home in the upscale Heliopolis neighborhood.
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he 88-year-old Mubarak was acquitted by the country’s top appeals court on March 2 of charges that he ordered the killing of protesters duri...
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he 88-year-old Mubarak was acquitted by the country’s top appeals court on March 2 of charges that he ordered the killing of protesters duri...
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Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak was freed today from a military hospital after spending six years in detention for his role in the deaths of protesters during the Arab Spring revolt in 2011.
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Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak left a military hospital on Friday where he had spent much of his six-year detention, his lawyer said.