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Two arrested over murder of Devon DJ in Lebanon

Two arrested over murder of Devon DJ in Lebanon

Ford's death led to an outpouring of shock and sadness on social media by people who followed his popular morning program on all-music Radio One station. In an attempt to escape the "constant storms",...

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US Navy Sails 2 Ships Through Taiwan Strait

US Navy Sails 2 Ships Through Taiwan Strait

Guided-missile destroyer USS Stockdale (DDG 106) and the replenishment oiler USNS Pecos (T-OA-197) passed through the disputed waterway on Wednesday to show Washington's commitment to a "free and open...

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Philippine court jails three police officers for drugs war murder

Philippine court jails three police officers for drugs war murder

Duterte, months after he launched his drug war, said soldiers and police will not be jailed for carrying out his order to go after drug suspects. The president will never tolerate that. found PO3 Arne...

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Jamal Khashoggi was killed within seven minutes - Turkey

Jamal Khashoggi was killed within seven minutes - Turkey

Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said he has listened to a "disgusting" tape that allegedly captures the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi . "According to the Turkish prosecutor...

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Michael Cohen likely to plead guilty to false statements regarding Russia

Michael Cohen likely to plead guilty to false statements regarding Russia

The attorney told the court that statements he gave to two congressional committees investigating alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation in the runup to the 2016 electio...

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CNN Poll: 1 in 5 Europeans Say Jews Hold 'Too Much Influence'

CNN Poll: 1 in 5 Europeans Say Jews Hold 'Too Much Influence'

One third of Europeans polled said they knew little to nothing about the Holocaust, in which roughly six million Jews were killed. Two-thirds of those sampled agreed it was important to commemorat...

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Global Carbon Emissions Hit Record High in 2017, UN Report Says

Global Carbon Emissions Hit Record High in 2017, UN Report Says

The US will miss its targets, as will Australia, Canada and South Korea. Under the Paris agreement, Australia's aim is to reduce emissions by 26-28 per cent on 2005 levels. It is still possible to...

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Macron Says France Will Delay Cap on Nuclear Energy

Macron Says France Will Delay Cap on Nuclear Energy

In an hour-long speech, Mr Macron repeated several times that he understood the anger expressed by hundreds of thousands of people who have taken to the streets in high-visibility yellow jackets. Pres...

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MS votes in runoff to settle final Senate race of 2018

MS votes in runoff to settle final Senate race of 2018

Major League Baseball has requested that Hyde-Smith return the money in the wake of the comments, which have caused outrage in a state that has a dark history of lynching. MS last elected a Democrat t...

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Zourabichvili Wins Georgian Presidential Election With 59.52% of Votes - Results

Zourabichvili Wins Georgian Presidential Election With 59.52% of Votes - Results

Ivanishvili, the country's richest man, leads the ruling Georgian Dream party that ousted the UNM from power in 2012, prompting Saakashvili to flee into exile after prosecutors brought charges for all...

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UAE pardons Briton convicted of spying

UAE pardons Briton convicted of spying

In a statement released upon his return, Hedges thanked the British embassy in the United Arab Emirates, the UK Foreign Office and his wife Daniel Tejada, who had been the leading face for the campaig...

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Canadian woman and 10-month-old baby killed by grizzly bear

Canadian woman and 10-month-old baby killed by grizzly bear

Roesholt was away from the cabin when the attack on his family occurred, authorities said in a news release . The deceased are believed to have been out for a walk when the bear approached Monday, ...

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North Korean sports minister allowed into Japan for Olympic meetings

North Korean sports minister allowed into Japan for Olympic meetings

After arriving at Panmun Station at 9 a.m., a North Korean locomotive will take the six South Korean carriages to the North. Following the weekend announcement of a United Nations sanctions exempt...

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Terrorist Naveed Jatt who killed journalist Shujaat Bukhari gunned down by forces

Terrorist Naveed Jatt who killed journalist Shujaat Bukhari gunned down by forces

Jatt, the son of a truck driver, was one of the three people named by the state police in Bukhari's killing. Bukhari's killing was a huge setback for the troubled state. A third militant is reported...

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First lady calls opioids 'worst drug crisis' in U.S. history

First lady calls opioids 'worst drug crisis' in U.S. history

The First Lady raised similar critiques with her 2017 decorations . Trump also said, "Americans have known Christmas as a time for prayer and worship, for gratitude and goodwill, for peace and re...

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US Senate defies Trump on Saudi war amid Khashoggi fallout

US Senate defies Trump on Saudi war amid Khashoggi fallout

Pompeo spoke to reporters after he and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told the Senate behind closed doors that weakening US-Saudi ties over the killing would hurt national security. "We're discussing wh...

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Trump faces China trade showdown, Russia, Saudi tensions at G20

Trump faces China trade showdown, Russia, Saudi tensions at G20

United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on Wednesday (Nov 28) that he was examining all available tools to raise USA tariffs on Chinese vehicles to the 40 per cent duties that Chi...

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'I'll Drown You': Syrian Schoolboy 'Waterboarded' by Fellow Student in England

'I'll Drown You': Syrian Schoolboy 'Waterboarded' by Fellow Student in England

His father, who can not be named for legal reasons, told the BBC the attack had left his son "very exhausted psychologically". "The victim Jamal is a refugee in the United Kingdom who has been subje...

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The US government might know what's in your Bitcoin wallet

The US government might know what's in your Bitcoin wallet

The actions highlighted today, which represent a continuing trend of cyber criminal activity emanating from Iran, were particularly threatening, as they targeted public safety institutions, including ...

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President Trump Shares Image of Political Opponents Behind Bars

President Trump Shares Image of Political Opponents Behind Bars

Rosenstein has oversight of the Mueller investigation after the former attorney general Jeff Sessions recused himself, a decision that angered Trump. Trump has never before accused the Deputy AG of tr...

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Kansas Democrat Backs Pelosi Bid for House Speaker

Kansas Democrat Backs Pelosi Bid for House Speaker

But one by one, the powerful California congresswoman picked off the would-be challengers and smoothed the skeptics. In the end, there was no one willing, or able, to mount a serious campaign against ...

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Cindy Hyde-Smith wins MS senate seat in special election

Cindy Hyde-Smith wins MS senate seat in special election

Even Republicans say she badly mishandled the fallout, refusing to apologize for more than a week before issuing a quasi-apology to "anyone that was offended" during her debate with Espy. However, t...

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India will not attend Saarc in Pakistan: Indian Foreign Minister Swaraj

India will not attend Saarc in Pakistan: Indian Foreign Minister Swaraj

The former cricket star reiterated his July election victory pledge that "if India takes one step forward, then we will take two steps forward toward friendship". Sushma Swaraj, responding to questi...

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Her Emails -Ivanka: 'Lock Her Up' Doesn't Apply

Her Emails -Ivanka: 'Lock Her Up' Doesn't Apply

In a 'Good Morning America " interview she brushed aside concerns about her legal exposure in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's expansive Russian Federation probe, and said she "frequently" disagree...

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Robert Mueller Says Paul Manafort Violated Plea Deal

Robert Mueller Says Paul Manafort Violated Plea Deal

Why and who is the longtime political operative? It did not give details of what Manafort allegedly lied about. He pled guilty to two counts of conspiracy - allegations that Manafort lied to the D...

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Martial law in Ukraine: Putin warns against ‘reckless’ moves

Martial law in Ukraine: Putin warns against ‘reckless’ moves

Russian Federation is sending more of its advanced S-400 surface-to-air missile systems to Crimea amid rising tensions with Ukraine over Moscow's seizure of Ukrainian navy ships. While it's not yet ...

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Migrant mom impaled in front of her children falling from border fence

Migrant mom impaled in front of her children falling from border fence

Mexican security forces stepped up their presence at a Tijuana sports complex where thousands from the migrant caravan have been sheltered, apparently seeking to avoid a repeat of Sunday's ugly sc...

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Twitter Helps Woman Find 'Best Friend' from 2006 Hawaiian Cruise

Twitter Helps Woman Find 'Best Friend' from 2006 Hawaiian Cruise

She also shared a selfie with a family photograph from the same dinner cruise. "I wanted to finish my sociology essay today but I guess that isn't happening", she also tweeted . However, Heidi exp...

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Arlington event photographer threatened deputies after arrest at wedding, authorities say

Arlington event photographer threatened deputies after arrest at wedding, authorities say

Mehta then left the room and began yelling near a fountain before walking to a nearby tree and urinating, the Star-Telegram reported. As deputies were taking Mehta into custody, she allegedly thre...

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China chemical blast: Blast outside Zhangjiakou plant kills 22

China chemical blast: Blast outside Zhangjiakou plant kills 22

Photo taken on November 28, 2018 shows the blast site near Shenghua chemical plant in Zhangjiakou City, north China's Hebei Province. The injured were taken to hospitals for treatment following ...

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Residents flee as wildfire threatens homes in northern Australia

Residents flee as wildfire threatens homes in northern Australia

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman confirmed one crew was responding to a fire on Lucas Paddock Road at Pinnacle which broke out at 3.26pm. "We have not seen this in this part of the w...

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Indonesia due to release preliminary Lion Air crash report

Indonesia due to release preliminary Lion Air crash report

The 737 crashed into the Java Sea , killing all 189 people aboard. Citing information due to be released as part of preliminary findings prepared by Indonesian investigators, The New York Times a...

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Tribal rights group asks India to abandon efforts to recover body

Tribal rights group asks India to abandon efforts to recover body

The Sentinelese people of North Sentinel Island in the Bay of Bengal came to Hanson's attention after a 26-year-old missionary was killed while repeatedly trying to access the island and convert...

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Active shooter report at Walter Reed Medical Center was a drill

Active shooter report at Walter Reed Medical Center was a drill

A drill was being conducted Tuesday afternoon when an active shooter was reported at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center outside Washington, the U.S. Brooks said "we've stopped all traffic ...

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GOP US Sen. Hyde-Smith Wins Miss. Runoff

GOP US Sen. Hyde-Smith Wins Miss. Runoff

That was until video surfaced of her saying at a campaign event that if a supporter "invited me to a public hanging , I would be on the front row". "This comment was twisted and it was turned into ...

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