(The Hill) -- It's a classic tactic to see if incriminating information on others can be prised out of a target. The question, seasoned prosecutors say, is how high any potential criminality could reach. “When you are talking about the former campaign chairman of the Trump presidential campaign, there are not that many people higher up the ladder. So what does that suggest?” 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 #verticalstance
My story for @m_magazine out today on newsstands. Last week, I traveled to different cities in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to talk to Kurds about the upcoming independence referendum. It seems the situation is getting more tense this weekend, with threats of border closures and the beginning of the Hawija offensive, west of Kirkuk. Iraqi Kurds are set to go to the polls on Monday, September 25, 2017 to vote. Andrea DiCenzo for M Le Monde Magazine. #kurdistan#kurdish#iraq#powercuts#teashop#politics#referendum#tv#vote#independence#erbil
Paris, France le 21 septembre 2017 - La Ministre de la Justice et garde des Sceaux, Nicole Belloubet visite le futur Palais de Justice de Paris porte de Clichy. Ici discutant avec la Catherine Champrenault (D), Procureure générale de la cour d’appel de Paris dans une des plus grandes salles d’audience lui pointant en direction d’un vaste box en verre destiné aux prévenus. #Photojournalisme#Politique#Politics#Leica#M240
German Foreign Minister: "My country first" makes everyone losers
Sigmar Gabriel had some food for thought for US President Donald Trump and the UN General Assembly
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Latest News in Iraq: The Iraqi Kurdish referendum is scheduled to take place next week. The Iraqi government is strongly opposed to this referendum, and the Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, has stated that force will potentially be used if the situation becomes violent.
Photo Credit: YPG/ Kurdish Struggle
Stoked for all the events & meetings & parties I'm attending in DC this week! So excited as this is my first #CBC & my Congressman @richmondforcongress is the Chair of the Black Caucus! Link up if you're in the area. ✨
#straya A man who claims he was the one who headbutted former prime minister Tony Abbott in Tasmania has declared it had "nothing to do" with same-sex marriage but was about his "personal hatred" of the ex-PM.
Astro Labe, a 38-year-old DJ and anarchist from North Hobart, told News Corp he considered Mr Abbott a "f---ing worm" and that he "wanted to nut the c---", but not because of same-sex marriage.
"It was nothing really remotely to do with that. It's just about Tony Abbott – the f---ing worm that he is," Mr Labe told the Hobart Mercury.