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  • Trump wishes Pensacola 'Merry Christmas' in tweets after rally

    Trump wishes Pensacola 'Merry Christmas' in tweets after rally

    Just four days before a crucial special election for a US Senate seat in Alabama, President Donald Trump has again told Alabamans to "Get out and vote for Roy Moore ", the Republican candidate dogged by sexual misconduct allegations. Mr Moore has denied the allegations. "We can't afford to have a liberal Democrat who is completely controlled by Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer", he added, referring to the top Democrats in the House of Representatives and Senate, respectively.

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  • Israel says it destroys Hamas tunnel using new techniques

    Israel says it destroys Hamas tunnel using new techniques

    Meanwhile, Hamas's "restraint" forces are preventing rocket-launchers from reaching the Israeli border area, as attempted launches towards Israel have landed in Gaza. "We have achieved new technological capabilities in the fight against tunnel terror", Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said in a statement after the tunnel's destruction was announced .

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  • Jailed Saakashvili calls for Ukraine president's impeachment

    Jailed Saakashvili calls for Ukraine president's impeachment

    Perceived backsliding on reform commitments, including delays in establishing an independent court to handle corruption cases, has held up billions of dollars in loans under Ukraine's $17.5 billion International Monetary Fund program. "Their plan is to break the independence of anti-corruption bodies and replace them with fake ones". The development is the latest twist in a long feud between the Ukrainian authorities and Saakashvili, who has turned on his one-time patron President Petro ...

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  • W/Cup Last Opportunity For Current Argentina Team - Messi

    W/Cup Last Opportunity For Current Argentina Team - Messi

    According to Marca , City also offered the 30-year-old a mouth-watering £850,000-a-week to reunite with former boss Pep Guardiola. Having been drawn with Nigeria, Iceland and Croatia in Group D in next year's tournament, the five-time Ballon d'Or victor expressed worries about the threat posed by the Super Eagles to his country's chances of reaching the second round.

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  • Arkansas reportedly reaches deal with SMU coach Chad Morris

    Arkansas reportedly reaches deal with SMU coach Chad Morris

    The former Wisconsin head coach was signed through the 2020 season and will be paid an $11.8 million buyout. Chad Morris has left SMU for Arkansas. According to multiple reports, Morris held a team meeting this morning with the Mustangs football team to tell them about his decision to come to the Natural State.

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  • Brexit deal: hard days ahead as DUP says 'no'

    Brexit deal: hard days ahead as DUP says 'no'

    After a day that see-sawed between hope and disappointment, the leaders failed to make what the European Union considers "sufficient progress" on three issues: Britain's exit bill, the rights of citizens affected by Brexit and the status of the now invisible Irish border.

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  • North Korea: Trump is 'begging for nuclear war'

    North Korea: Trump is 'begging for nuclear war'

    It was the country's third intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test, but the first of what North Korea is calling its Hwasong-15 missile. The F-22s flew into South Korea together in a show of force, and the allies plan to stage simulated attacks on mock North Korean nuclear and missile targets, according to Yonhap .

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  • Bosnian Croat war criminal 'drinks poison' at Hague hearing

    Bosnian Croat war criminal 'drinks poison' at Hague hearing

    He said Praljak's course of action reflects the "deep moral injustice" suffered by six Bosnian Croats who unsuccessfully appealed against their convictions at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). A flustered judge halted the hearing and Praljak was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he died. The conflict mainly saw Bosnian Muslims fighting Bosnian Serbs, but there were also deadly clashes involving Bosnian Muslims and Croats after an alliance fell apart.

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  • First lady goes with classic, traditional Christmas decor

    First lady goes with classic, traditional Christmas decor

    First Lady Melania Trump proudly showed off DC's newest winter wonderland to children from Joint Base Andrews Monday. "The decorations are up!" "@WhiteHouse is ready to celebrate! That is what makes every Christmas merry". To cheers from the audience, Mr. Trump declared, "Now as the president of the United States, it's my tremendous honor to finally wish America and the world a very Merry Christmas".

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  • Trump plans to replace Tillerson with Pompeo

    Trump plans to replace Tillerson with Pompeo

    But he now appears poised to lose an argument: over Tillerson's objections, the president is poised to recognize the disputed city of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel . The attempt at public shaming is just the latest such instance emanating from the Trump White House, where the President has repeatedly publicly undermined his secretary of state and publicly berated his attorney general.

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  • Dover International Speedway OK after 4.1-magnitude natural disaster

    Dover International Speedway OK after 4.1-magnitude natural disaster

    The extremely rare tremor, which happened at around 4:47 p.m., was felt by some New Jerseyans while barely noticed by others. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. Carberry said there were no signs of damage at the base, and no change in operations was expected. That quake was more powerful than this one, with a magnitude of 5.8.

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  • Pakistan justifies Hafiz Saeed's release, USA warns of repercussions

    Pakistan justifies Hafiz Saeed's release, USA warns of repercussions

    The US escalated its criticism of Pakistan's decision to set free the alleged mastermind of the deadly 2008 attacks in Mumbai , with the White House warning that the move may damage bilateral relations. While some in Pakistan may wish to see Mr Saeed placed on trial, there is widespread suspicion among Indian and U.S. officials that he still retains close links to the country's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), which has been long blamed for sponsoring numerous cross-border attacks on ...

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  • Volcano erupts on Indonesian island of Bali, delaying flights

    Volcano erupts on Indonesian island of Bali, delaying flights

    A Level 3 alert has been issued by the National Agency for Disaster Management, with officials recommending no public activities taking place within 6=7.5 kilometers - 3.5 to 4.5 miles. Major evacuations saw more than 120,000 residents forced to flee their homes in September, when Mount Agung showed signs of erupting. Bali is Indonesia's top tourist destination and its gentle Hindu culture, surf beaches and lush green interior attract about 5 million visitors a year.

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  • Reports of shots fired at London's Oxford Circus tube station

    Reports of shots fired at London's Oxford Circus tube station

    Armed police run along Oxford Street , London , Britain November 24, 2017. The Oxford Circus station is at the heart of London's shopping hub, Regent Street, and is only minutes away from Piccadilly Circus. At the height of the panic, The Daily Mail online posted a story - seemingly based on a 10-day-old tweet - saying witnesses had reported "seeing a truck surrounded by police on a pavement covered with blood".

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  • Texas trooper killed during traffic stop ID'd

    Texas trooper killed during traffic stop ID'd

    Allen, 41, was making a routine traffic stop on Interstate 45, just south of Fairfield, Thursday, when Black allegedly shot him with a rifle and sped away. Lindale News and Times stated that Black allegedly crashed into a deputy's auto when he was being chased by Smith County deputies. It was reported that last month, a Dabrett Montreal Black of Lindale was indicted by a Smith County Grand Jury on two felony charges stemming from a chase involving Smith County deputies in July.

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  • IB declares high alert following Hafiz Saeed's release

    IB declares high alert following Hafiz Saeed's release

    Reacting to the Pakistani judicial body's order, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, "We have read reports on the release of internationally proscribed terrorist Hafiz Saeed from house arrest by Pakistan". Police guards have been removed from his residence where a large number of supporters gathered to celebrate the end of his house arrest. Pakistan often says India is violating human rights in Kashmir, where security forces have killed or wounded dozens of protesters at anti-India rallies ...

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  • More troopers will line I-40 for peak Thanksgiving travel days

    More troopers will line I-40 for peak Thanksgiving travel days

    And while traffic may be busy along the I-95 corridor, as it has been historically at this time of year , the Virginia Department of Transportation is trying to make life a little easier. Last year, there were an estimated 48 million. Dianna Jackson is staying home on Thanksgiving, but she said she supports the extra enforcement "to keep down on the problems and stuff, and keep the cars from speeding and slowing down and keep it under control".

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  • Radiation Levels Well Below Limits, Russian Agencies Say

    Radiation Levels Well Below Limits, Russian Agencies Say

    The level of ruthenium-106, a radioactive isotope that does not occur naturally, had reached 986 times the normal level of pollution at a monitoring station about 20 miles from the Mayak nuclear facility , where in 1957 an explosion exposed at least 272,000 people to risky levels of radiation.

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