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Conyers, Georgia, shooting: 1 shot at Dart Container plant, source says

Conyers, Georgia, shooting: 1 shot at Dart Container plant, source says

Police are still looking for one shooter after one person was shot today morning at a food service plant in Georgia, some 25 miles southeast of Atlanta. Schools in the area were placed on lockdown as ...

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Lawrence County Under a Winter Weather Advisory

Lawrence County Under a Winter Weather Advisory

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for several counties near the Lake of the Ozarks. ADDITIONAL DETAILS.Snowfall rates could exceed 1 inch per hour at times. A major win...

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U.S. secretly expelled 2 Chinese diplomats

U.S. secretly expelled 2 Chinese diplomats

The expulsion is the first ouster of Chinese nationals under diplomatic protection since 1987. At least one of the diplomats was believed to be an intelligence officer operating under cover, the Ti...

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Trump's Claims on IG Report and Russia Investigation

Trump's Claims on IG Report and Russia Investigation

The Comey and Schiff interviews will air on local Fox stations from 9 a.m. Sunday. Horowitz zeroed in on inaccuracies and omissions in the FBI's submission to the special FISA court that handles...

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British PM Johnson plans big shake-up of government, civil service

British PM Johnson plans big shake-up of government, civil service

Chanting slogans such as " Boris Johnson , not my prime minister" and brandishing signs reading "Defy Tory Rule" and "Refugees Welcome", the protesters walked swiftly from outside Johnson's Downing St...

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Thousands of chunky, squirming innkeeper worms washed up on a California beach

Thousands of chunky, squirming innkeeper worms washed up on a California beach

The organisms, known as fat innkeeper worms or by their scientific name Urechis caupo , are only found along North America's West Coast, specifically from southern or to Mexico's Baja California Peni...

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Body of 6-year-old girl swept away in storm found

Body of 6-year-old girl swept away in storm found

They were rescued by a helicopter from the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. Lakeside, Arizona was the scene at 10 a.m. Friday for Willa and Colby's funeral. Three children went missing November 2...

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Weather: Slight chance of rain and snow in Southern California mountains

Weather: Slight chance of rain and snow in Southern California mountains

Earlier Friday afternoon, several spun-out semis were reported near Lookout Pass along I-90, according to the Montana Department of Transportation. Road conditions will deteriorate through the afterno...

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Hero's welcome for Suu Kyi's homecoming in Myanmar

Hero's welcome for Suu Kyi's homecoming in Myanmar

In unprecedented move, Nobel Peace Prize victor Aung San Suu Kyi has defended Myanmar generals at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague over mass killings, rape and displacement of t...

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GENERAL ELECTION: Boris Johnson Wins Race To Become UK Prime Minister

GENERAL ELECTION: Boris Johnson Wins Race To Become UK Prime Minister

And he repeatedly stressed the prospect of a Labour government leading to another referendum. But he had focused Labour's campaign on a radical programme of economic change, including re-nationa...

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Imran Khan discusses bilateral ties with Saudi Crown Prince

Imran Khan discusses bilateral ties with Saudi Crown Prince

During his meeting with the Saudi crown prince in Riyadh , the premier emphasised upon the strategic importance of Pakistan-Saudi relationship and termed it a pivotal partnership for peace, progress ...

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Anti-Citizenship Act protests turn violent in South Delhi

Anti-Citizenship Act protests turn violent in South Delhi

The protest march was stopped by the police near the university. "We were marching peacefully". The protesters started jumping over the barricades and this led to a physical clash with the police ...

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United Nations monitoring outcome of Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019

United Nations monitoring outcome of Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019

Two people were killed during the protests in Guwahati on Thursday. Assam is witnessing one of the worst violent protests by the public in its history with three rail stations, a post office, a ba...

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Libya orders forces to advance on Tripoli in ‘final battle’

Libya orders forces to advance on Tripoli in ‘final battle’

Infuriated by the accord, Greece accused the GNA of deception and expelled the Libyan ambassador to Athens. Since 2011, when longtime ruler Muammar Gaddafi was ousted and killed, Libya has see...

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Philippines Hit By 6.8 Magnitude Earthquake

Philippines Hit By 6.8 Magnitude Earthquake

A strong quake jolted the southern Philippines on Sunday, prompting people to rush out of shopping malls, houses and other buildings in panic. There has been no initial word on damage or injury resu...

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Boris Johnson goes north to celebrate crushing election win

Boris Johnson goes north to celebrate crushing election win

With a majority of 80 seats, the Conservative party has made gains in Labour heartlands across northern England and Wales. "The new leader will come in place, appoint the shadow cabinet, I won't...

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Sudan's Omar al-Bashir sentenced to two years for corruption

Sudan's Omar al-Bashir sentenced to two years for corruption

The 75-year-old dictator will be sent to a correctional facility, as anyone over the age of 70 can not go to prison under Sudanese law. None of the active cases against Bashir in Sudan are linked ...

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Black Lawmaker Claps Back With Age-Old Adage After Colleague Discredits Hunter Biden

Black Lawmaker Claps Back With Age-Old Adage After Colleague Discredits Hunter Biden

The Florida lawmaker referenced an article in The New Yorker , which included interviews with Hunter Biden and reported on a 2016 auto accident the younger Biden was involved in. According to RawS...

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UK Election: Conservatives Take Seat Held By Labour For Nearly 70 Years

Speaking in Sedgefield - the constituency once held by Labour former prime minister Tony Blair - Mr Johnson acknowledged the seismic shift that helped sweep him to victory in the election. "We need ...

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Mamata Banerjee calls mega rally against new citizenship law

Mamata Banerjee calls mega rally against new citizenship law

Buses were also set on fire there, the police said. "While many students have suffered serious head injuries and fractures, dozens of them have been picked up by the Delhi police and taken to various ...

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White House pauses Taliban negotiations after U.S. air base bombing

White House pauses Taliban negotiations after U.S. air base bombing

The Taliban reportedly controls or holds sway over half the country. Talking to the US Special Envoy on Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad who called on him at the Foreign Office in Islamabad on Frida...

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Man videotaped slapping reporter's rear on live TV charged

Man videotaped slapping reporter's rear on live TV charged

His attorney, Joseph Turner, declined to comment on the arrest to AP. It appears that Bozarjian is preparing for a civil case against Callaway after she revealed that she will have infamous lawyer ...

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Citizenship Act: As protests grip North East, US issues travel advisory

Citizenship Act: As protests grip North East, US issues travel advisory

The U.S. also asked citizens to to "exercise caution" in the context of protests and violence against the passing of the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). Meanwhile, protests in the northeastern state...

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Six bodies recovered from White Island

Six bodies recovered from White Island

Camera IconA Navy helicopter returns to Whakatane Airport following the recovery operation . Senator Payne had said authorities told her the six bodies were all expected to be Australian. "It is ...

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New Indian citizenship law ‘discriminatory’ against Muslims

New Indian citizenship law ‘discriminatory’ against Muslims

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Assam's capital, Guwahati , on Thursday, defying a government imposed curfew. Transport may be affected in various parts of the region. The contenti...

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Elizabeth II has allowed Boris Johnson to form a government

Elizabeth II has allowed Boris Johnson to form a government

British-Muslims have said that they feared for their future under a new Boris Johnson government after his landslide win in the December 12 general election, a media report said on Saturday. Asked...

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Yellow Warning For Snow and Ice Issued In Clare

Yellow Warning For Snow and Ice Issued In Clare

In his daily forecast on Facebook page The Actual Weather, Derby-based forecaster Robert Shaw said: "Showers in a cold breeze tomorrow will be wintry, but not very frequent, so many areas will only ge...

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Russian Federation probe report spurs calls for Federal Bureau of Investigation surveillance changes

Russian Federation probe report spurs calls for Federal Bureau of Investigation surveillance changes

One of the concerns arising from the internal watchdog investigation is the finding of what the inspector general said were a series of missteps up and down the FBI chain of command, despite the f...

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'Complete mystery' as hundreds of endangered starlings found dead in Anglesey road

'Complete mystery' as hundreds of endangered starlings found dead in Anglesey road

The deceased animals were discovered by Hannah Stevens on Tuesday evening and her partner, Dafydd Edwards , says they appeared as if they had "just dropped out of the sky", reports North Wales Live ...

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Brexit looms in background of EU Brussels summit

Brexit looms in background of EU Brussels summit

After 10 hours of debate, a joint statement from the summit said that the European Council endorsed the objective of achieving a climate-neutral EU by 2050. "Everyone acknowledges that transport emi...

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Corbyn calamity: Labour Party implodes, will seek new leader

Corbyn calamity: Labour Party implodes, will seek new leader

Boris Johnson hailed his "powerful new mandate to get Brexit done" as his party romped to victory in the 2019 General Election. A veteran left-winger, first elected to parliament in 1983, Labour lea...

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The UK Goes To The Polls

The UK Goes To The Polls

A poll in September showed there is a slight majority for Irish unification among people in Northern Ireland . Britain's general election was going to the dogs Thursday as voters took their pooch...

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See a Bald Eagle and Octopus Tangled in Epic Battle

See a Bald Eagle and Octopus Tangled in Epic Battle

They were alerted to the situation when they heard the bird's panicked shrieks as the giant Pacific octopus wrapped its tentacles around its body, trying to pull it beneath the surface of the water,...

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Jo Swinson Has Stepped Down As The Leader Of The Liberal Democrats

Jo Swinson Has Stepped Down As The Leader Of The Liberal Democrats

Swinson stepped down as leader after losing her East Dunbartonshire constituency to the SNP by 149 votes. Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson has lost her seat in the House of Commons, after pushi...

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Risk of freezing rain over the next 48 hours, weather office says

Risk of freezing rain over the next 48 hours, weather office says

By 10PM tonight , the main show begins with abundant shower activity. Now that Arctic air is moving out of the Northeast, our attention turns to stormy weather on both coasts, with rain, snow and i...

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