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Saturday, December 3, 2016

The U.S. Senate overcame Obama’s ban to submit claims to Saudi Arabia


The us Senate has overcome the veto of President Barack Obama a bill authorizing the filing of claims by relatives of victims of the terrorist attack of 11 September 2001, Saudi Arabia. After the Senate on this question vote in the House of representatives.

The head of the CIA, John Brenna has warned of “devastating consequences” for American government officials, reports TASS. If the law is adopted, would have an impact on working abroad American officials, he said. Brennan reminded that for them, yet on the basis of reciprocity, the principle of judicial immunity.

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