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Biden says he would not pardon Trump or block investigationsDemocratic candidate Joe Biden said that if he wins the presidency he would not use his power to pardon Donald Trump or stop any investigations of Trump and his associates. “It is not something the president is entitled to do, to direct a prosecution or decide to drop a case,” Biden said Thursday on MSNBC. The former vice president made his statement in response to a voter who asked him on Lawrence O show, “The Last Word,” whether he would “commit to not pulling a Gerald Ford in giving Donald Trump a pardon under the pretense of healing the nation.”Federal Judge Hints at Possible Contempt Charge for FlynnThe federal judge overseeing the criminal case against former national security adviser Michael Flynnis weighing charges of perjury or contempt for Flynn even as the Justice Department seeks to have the case dismissed. Judge Emmet Sullivan said he hasappointed a former federal judge to argue against the Justice Department controversial move to dismiss the case against Flynn, who pled guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI about his Russian contacts but withdrew his guilty plea earlier this year. But, since at least 2019, there has been a change that scientists believe could pose a potential danger to the Big Island. The HOA official, who said his name was David Stewart, told Miller that he had called police on him after Miller refused to disclose customer information. After the HOA official left, Miller said he was afraid to leave the gated community, telling police: “I didn want to leave and have it seem like I was fleeing the scene or anything like that.”Germany is reopening with one of the lowest death rates in the world. On balance, Germany has dealt with its coronavirus outbreak much better than most nations around the world. As armed demonstrators gathered at Michigan State Capitol to denounce the governor stay at home orders, one man began waving his flag with the naked doll attached in one hand while also carrying an axe in the other. The attackers had walked straight past a number of other wards, all closer to the entrance of Kabul Dasht e Barchi hospital, and made straight for the maternity unit. “What I saw in the maternity demonstrates it was a systematic shooting of the mothers,” Bonnot, Head of Programmes for Mdicins Sans Frontires (MSF) in Afghanistan, said. alone. Between October 2019 and this month, at least 577 unaccompanied migrant children in the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, or ORR, have reported having their parents in Mexico, according to the agency. while their immigration cases proceed.Team Biden Says Path to Victory Could Go Through These Red StatesIn a briefing call with reporters on Friday afternoon, senior Biden campaign officials outlined their internal “clear” path to victory, pointing to key areas they need to protect, win back, and expand in order to win against President Trump in November. Among the 16 states included in the campaign calculus for success with 270 electoral votes, officials cited what they described as three new battlegrounds, Arizona, Georgia, and Texas, as some of the biggest points of possible expansion in 2020. Mireille Knoll, 85, was stabbed 11 times in March 2018 and burned in a frenzied onslaught, which shocked the nation and outraged political leaders. President Emmanuel Macron, who attended her funeral at the time amid widespread public mourning, said: “She was killed simply because she was Jewish.”China tells US to stop suppression of HuaweiBeijing has urged the United States to stop the “unreasonable suppression of Huawei and Chinese enterprises” after Washington announced new export controls to restrict the tech giant access to semiconductor technology. The latest restrictions on the world second largest smartphone manufacturer, which is at the centre of US spying allegations, are a new escalation in the US China battle for global technological dominance. The officer, Sergeant Brian Miller, was fired for “neglect of duty” along with three other deputies in the wake of the shooting. Miller had challenged his termination with the support of the BSO union, which said an arbitration ruling found that “BSO violated Sgt. Brian Millers constitutional due process rights and improperly terminated him.”Italy to allow travel to and from abroad from June 3Italy government on Saturday approved a decree which will allow travel to and from abroad from June 3, in a major development as it moves to unwind one of the world most rigid coronavirus lockdowns. The government will allow free travel across the country from that same day. Court Hearings Until 2021. A Coronavirus Outbreak Could ThemOn the morning of May 6, a Brazilian mother got her family ready to leave the shelter they been staying at for three months in Ciudad Jurez, across the border from El Paso, Texas, to present themselves at the border as is required for those seeking asylum. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). while waiting for their court hearing.