The Democrats opened their case against the president by invoking Alexander Hamilton and his fear of abuse of power.
Wuhan, a city of nearly nine million, is to temporarily shut public transport amid the outbreak.
It would build upon an existing ban which bars entry for citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries.
Others told media they were offered around C$100 to hold placard with slogans like "Free Ms Meng".
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A man seems oblivious as a truck careens off a motorway and plummets towards him down a snowy verge.
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The ex-film mogul's defence rejects graphic prosecution statements, saying the charges will unravel.
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French fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier ends a 50-year career with his last couture runway show.
The French president was angry local police would not leave a church considered French territory.
The medics were off work for more than four months, paralysing the country's healthcare sector.
MPs also backed a proposal for President Pierre Nkurunziza to become the country's "supreme leader".
Members of the iconic comedy group lead tributes to their "outrageously funny" co-star, who has died aged 77.
Demonstrators return to the streets saying Lebanon's new government does not meet their demands.
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