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Trump faces two impeachment deadlines as inquiry shifts focus
US President Donald Trump faced two deadlines in Congress on Sunday as Democrats prepared to shift the focus of their impeachment inquiry from fact-finding to the consideration of possible charges of misconduct over his dealings with Ukraine.
US EU envoy: Trump ordered Ukraine 'quid pro quo' through Giuliani
A US diplomat who is a key witness in the impeachment inquiry into the US president said on Wednesday Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani efforts to push Ukrainian president for investigations into Trump’s political rivals “were a quid pro quo for arranging a White House visit” for the Ukrainian leader.
Grenfell criminal charges more likely, say lawyers after inquiry
Lawyers believe the prospect of criminal charges against those responsible for the Grenfell Tower tragedy has “increased significantly” following findings by the official inquiry into the disaster.
US House impeachment inquiry to intensify; Trump remains defiant
The US House of Representatives impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump over his request that a foreign power investigate a domestic political rival is set to intensify this week, with testimony due from witnesses concerning allegations made by a whistle-blower within the US intelligence community.
New Zealand PM announces top-level inquiry into bloody mosque shooting
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has ordered an independent judicial inquiry into the recent terror attacks on two mosques in the city of Christchurch to decide whether intelligence services and police could have prevented the killing spree.
'Greedy' Australian banks pilloried by scathing official inquiry
Australia's scandal-plagued banks were accused of putting profits before people and of failing to meet ‘basic standards of honesty’ on Friday, as an official inquiry offered a damning assessment of the sector.
Australia to start powerful public inquiry into aged-care sector
Australia will begin a public inquiry, or Royal Commission, into the country’s aged-care sector as a spike in cases of elderly abuse creates a “disturbing trend”, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday.
South Africa inquiry opens into alleged graft under Zuma
A public inquiry has opened in South Africa, probing alleged corruption under scandal-tainted former president Jacob Zuma, who is accused of overseeing widespread graft during his nine-year reign.
Emil Gayed: health authorities launch large-scale inquiry after revelations about surgeon
The New South Wales Department of Health has announced an inquiry into the disgraced gynecologist Emil Shawky Gayed and his work for at least four public hospitals after an investigation by Guardian Australia.
British PM bows to pressure on deadly tower block fire inquiry
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday bowed to pressure from families of the 71 people who died in last year's Grenfell Tower fire by appointing new experts to assist an inquiry into the blaze.
UN rights chief urges Yemen inquiry after ‘minimal’ effort for justice
The United Nations has verified 5,144 civilian deaths in the war in Yemen, mainly from air strikes by a Saudi-led coalition, and an international investigation is urgently needed, UN human rights chief Zeid Ra‘ad al Hussein said on Monday.
Trump retains private attorney to protect him in Russia inquiry
US President Donald Trump has appointed longtime legal adviser Marc Kasowitz to represent him as a private attorney on matters related to the investigation into his election campaign's alleged ties to Russia.
Families of UK soldiers to boycott Iraq war inquiry report
The families of some British soldiers killed in the Iraq war say they will boycott the Chilcot inquiry over fears it will be a “whitewash.”
Urgent inquiry called for Old Trafford bomb fiasco
An urgent inquiry has been called after Manchester United’s final game of the season was abandoned due to the discovery of a fake bomb used in a security exercise.
MH17 inquiry criticizes Ukraine for 2014 crash
The Dutch Safety Board investigating last year's crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 has criticized the Ukrainian authorities for not closing the airspace above the country’s volatile east.

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