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BERLIN (AP) — German public broadcaster SWR is reporting that two light planes have collided, killing at least two people. The broadcaster says the collision happened Sunday afternoon near the southwestern town of Schwaebisch Hall. SWR quotes police as saying it's unclear yet whether there are more ...

Aboul-Gheit spoke from the city of Dammam in Saudi Arabia, where an Arab League summit is to take place Sunday. ..... one part of a broader review by the Inspector General of how the Justice Department and FBI dealt with the Clinton email investigation, and a probe into the Clinton Foundation before the 2016 elections.
“But I would rather deal with a Republican who'll say, 'I don't necessarily agree with you,' than deal with someone who aligns themselves with Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, where the Clinton Foundation has taken tens of millions of dollars from Saudi Arabian nations, where if I live there as a gay man, ...
... missile — one that wasn't sold to Saudi Arabia when, as Secretary of State, she authorised the planet's then largest-ever weapons sale, totalling more than US$80 billion. And yep, that would be the same Saudi Arabia that made whopping great contributions to the Clinton Foundation and, funnily enough ...
“But I would rather deal with a Republican who'll say, 'I don't necessarily agree with you,' than deal with someone who aligns themselves with Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, where the Clinton Foundation has taken tens of millions of dollars from Saudi Arabian nations, where if I live there as a gay man, ...
The late King Abdullah was a supporter of Sheikh Amoudi's Saudi Star Agricultural Development, a sprawling farming venture in Ethiopia established to supply rice to Saudi Arabia. ... He donated millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation and offered his private plane to fly Bill Clinton to Ethiopia in 2011.
Other accusations are far more troubling. Human rights-abusing governments, including Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Oman, have donated millions to the Clinton Foundation. Saudi Arabia alone has contributed $10 million to $25 million. Ukrainian steel magnate Victor Pinchuk also gave the foundation ...


 

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