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Russian Ex-Spy Skripal Discharged from Hospital

Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, who was poisoned with a nerve agent in Britain, triggering a diplomatic crisis with Russia, has been discharged from hospital, the facility said Friday.

"It is fantastic news that Sergei Skripal is well enough to leave Salisbury District Hospital," Cara Charles-Barks, the hospital's chief executive, said in a statement.

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EU Moves to Shield EU Firms from US Sanctions against Iran

The EU launched formal steps Friday aimed at sparing European firms fallout from US sanctions on Iran as part of efforts to preserve the nuclear deal with Tehran.

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Person Arrested after Shots Fired at Trump Golf Club

South Florida authorities say a person is in custody after police responded to a call of shots fired at the Trump National Doral Golf Club near Miami that's owned by President Donald Trump.

The Doral Police Department says on its website Friday there are "no known victims at this point" and there is "no further threat."

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Italy's Five Star Unveils Program for Govt with Far-Right

Italy's anti-establishment Five Star Movement on Friday published a policy programme for government drafted with the far-right League, taking the parties a step close to ending after months of stalemate.

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Police Dismantle Migrant Camp in Sarajevo

Bosnian police dismantled a migrant makeshift camp in the tourist centre of Sarajevo on Friday and transferred some 250 people to an accommodation centre in the country's south.

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France Says Foiled Suspected Terror Attack

Police in France have foiled a suspected terror attack and arrested two brothers of Egyptian origin, French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said on Friday.

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Maduro Seeks Second Term in Isolated, Ruined Venezuela

Shrugging aside his country's economic ruin and growing international isolation, Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro seeks a second six-year term in controversial elections Sunday that are being boycotted by the opposition.

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U.S. Senate Confirms Gina Haspel as New CIA Director

The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed Gina Haspel as the next CIA director, despite deep reservations among some lawmakers that her past involvement in the harsh interrogation of terror suspects was a red flag.

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Trump Promises N. Korea's Kim Can Stay in Power

U.S. President Donald Trump tried to put his summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un back on track Thursday, offering the North Korean leader guarantees of staying in power if he abandons nuclear weapons.

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Trump Says No 'Libya Model' for Denuclearization of N. Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday tried to put his summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un back on track, saying he would not seek to implement a so-called "Libya model" for denuclearization that would force Pyongyang to give up its arms and see Kim ousted.

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