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Ex Trump campaign aide files $75-million lawsuit against FBI, justice department - Reports

Ex Trump campaign aide files $75-million lawsuit against FBI, justice department - Reports

Washington, Nov 29 (UNI) Former foreign policy adviser for Trump’s 2016 campaign, Carter Page, has filed a $75-million lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), as well as the Department of Justice, Axios reports.
The lawsuit, filed on Friday, accuses the FBI of violating Page’s constitutional rights through "unlawful spying," Axios said on Saturday.
The lawsuit also points to violations in the warrant applications by the FBI to electronically survey Page under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).
A discredited dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steel was used to obtain warrants to eavesdrop on Carter Page, an aide in the 2016 campaign of US President Donald Trump. In October, US lawmakers probing the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation demanded an unredacted copy of a 94-page spreadsheet that reportedly detailed unsuccessful FBI attempts to validate the bogus dossier.
A heavily redacted version previously made public showed that the FBI had failed to corroborate key information in the dossier yet continued to use it to justify surveillance against Page.
The dossier helped trigger former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Democratic allegations that the Trump campaign had colluded with Russia to defeat Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. The Mueller probe eventually concluded that no collusion had taken place.

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Sudan: Several killed in Darfur clashes

18 Jan 2021 | 12:48 AM

Khartoum, Jan 17(UNI) In Sudan's Darfur region cashes erupted between tribal clans which killed at least 83 people in the latest bout of violence, the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors (CCSD) reported on Sunday.

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Bangladesh FM calls for making films depicting plights of Rohingyas

17 Jan 2021 | 10:17 PM

Dhaka, Jan 17 (UNI) Foreign Minister of Bangladesh Dr. A.K Abdul Momen has called for making films depicting the plights of Rohingyas, who being persecuted in Myanmar, have been forced to take shelter in Bangladesh.
He came up with the remarks while addressing the 19th Dhaka International Film Festival as the chief guest.
The Film Festival was organized by the Rainbow Film Society.

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Make more films on the our Liberation War 1971 : Hasina

Make more films on the our Liberation War 1971 : Hasina

17 Jan 2021 | 7:32 PM

Dhaka, Jan 17 (UNI) Stating that her government would do everything necessary for survival of the country’s cinema industry, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged all concerned to make more films on the our Liberation War 71 as the generation after generation could know the real history of Bangladesh’s emergence as an independent nation.

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Bangladesh reports 569 nCoV cases, 23 deaths

Bangladesh reports 569 nCoV cases, 23 deaths

17 Jan 2021 | 6:12 PM

Dhaka, Jan 17 (UNI) Bangladesh recorded 569 new cases of Novel Coronavirus, taking the total number of infections in the country to 5,27,632, the Directorate General of Health Services said on Sunday.

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Parler CEO, family in hiding over death threats, security breaches

17 Jan 2021 | 5:06 PM

Nevada, Jan 17 (UNI) Parler CEO John Matze and his family have gone into hiding over death threats and personal security breaches that they have faced after the Big Tech purge of his social network in the wake of the January 6 US Capitol riot, Fox News reported, citing a court filing.

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