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  • Russian Federation to bury slain ambassador Thursday

    Russian Federation to bury slain ambassador Thursday

    At the press conference, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that " Turkey and Russian Federation will work together to find out who was behind this "heinous terror attack". "Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones, the Russian people, and with the other victims who were injured in this shooting". The flag-wrapped coffin of Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov is carried to a plane by Turkish soldiers.

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  • Germany Arrests Kosovo-Born Men for Alleged Attack Plot

    Germany Arrests Kosovo-Born Men for Alleged Attack Plot

    The arrest comes only days after a jihadi drove a truck into a Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people. The Kosovo duo were arrested in Duisburg which is near to the Dutch border. A Christmas market near to the Centro shopping area was flooded with armed police on Thursday evening. The CentrO Mall is one of the largest in Germany, with around 250 shops that are usually packed in the run-up to Christmas.

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  • German police seek Tunisian man in hunt for market attacker

    German police seek Tunisian man in hunt for market attacker

    Mrs May told the Standard: "Of course our thoughts are with those who have been affected by the awful attack that took place in Berlin , but Londoners should go about their business as usual". Tuesday, through its Amaq news agency, the Islamic State claimed credit for the Berlin truck crash, saying one of its "soldiers" was responsible.

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  • China Returns Seized US Navy underwater Drone

    Both Beijing and Washington have treaded cautiously because, unlike Mr Trump, they know the sensitivity of matters concerning the South China Sea, which involve convoluted strategic divergences. It also has been reported that China was apparently transporting a new type of antiaircraft missile. China should be aware that if it continues to carry out these actions, its rivalry with the United States will deepen and could trigger an armed clash.

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  • Dozens Hurt in Mexico Firework Explosion

    Dozens Hurt in Mexico Firework Explosion

    The explosion has reportedly injured up to 60 people , including children. Nearby homes were also damaged in the explosions and the scene remains unsafe, according to National Civil Protection Coordinator Luis Felipe Puente . BNO News obtained video of the explosion that happened around 2:50 p.m. local time in the town about an hour-and-a-half north of Mexico City . In 2005, a fire engulfed the market and set into motion fireworks exploding.

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  • Duterte: We do not need US' aid

    Duterte: We do not need US' aid

    Duterte also said the Philippines can survive "without American money" after a USA aid agency put on hold a decision to fund anti-poverty programmes in the country. In many instances, his pronouncements related to the prosecution of the war on drugs have painted the country - rightly or wrongly - as one being run by someone who lusts for the blood of suspected criminals that restoring the death penalty would be superfluous.

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  • Freezing temperatures, strong winds chill New Jersey

    Freezing temperatures, strong winds chill New Jersey

    While air temperatures are expected to be in the 20s, those winds will make it feel like teens and even single-digits though most of the day for many around our region. Winds SW 15-25 miles per hour, gusts to 30. Prior to sunrise on Saturday, a system will approach our region from the southwest. If the wind and the cold aren't exciting enough for you, how about some snow? But the respite won't be long - colder air will return Monday morning, and any moisture left will refreeze.

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  • Which live video broadcasting service do you use?

    If you haven't, hang tight - Instagram announced earlier this week that its new live video feature had begun rolling out on Monday, and will become available to all users globally in the next few weeks. Some users are criticizing the move, claiming it is not necessary as Facebook and Snapchat already have well-functioning features that serve the same objective.

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  • Nuclear envoys of ROK, US, Japan meet in Seoul

    North Korea carried out military exercises to simulate attacks on facilities in neighbouring South Korea, including the presidential palace, North Korean state media reported Sunday. Tuesday's trilateral talks came at a time when South Korea is facing political instability after the opposition-controlled parliament passed a motion last Friday to impeach President Park Geun-hye over an influence-peddling scandal involving her and a longtime confidante.

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  • US strike kills ISIS militants linked to Paris attacks

    US strike kills ISIS militants linked to Paris attacks

    Defense Secretary Ash Carter confirmed Tuesday that precision airstrike conducted in Raqqa, Syria, resulted in the deaths of three ISIS leaders, including two who were involved the November 13, 2015, terrorist attack in Paris. They were part of a network led by Boubaker Al-Hakim, who was also killed in a November 26 coalition airstrike. This news story is related to Latest/171593-Syria-strike-kills-three-IS-operatives-some-involved-in-Paris-attacks-Pentagon/ - breaking news, latest news, ...

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  • Garth Brooks In Talks to Perform at Trump's Inauguration

    Garth Brooks In Talks to Perform at Trump's Inauguration

    Country music star Garth Brooks is in talks to take the stage January 20 to celebrate the inauguration of the new president, Reuters reported . Potential inaugural acts are anxious about the long-term career ramifications of simply playing a hit song on the White House lawn, on or around January 20.

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  • Dalung assures Super Falcons on entitlements

    It is very sad and risky to our female football in Nigeria that African Champions- the Falcons are still in dark over their unpaid bonuses and allowances. Apparently embarrassed by his careless comments that the federal government never anticipated the victory of the Super Falcons in the just concluded African Woman Cup of Nations and so did not prepare to pay them, Minister of Sports and Youth Development, Solomon Dalong has said that government would pay.

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  • Harry Kane was 'itching' to score hat-trick against Swansea

    Harry Kane was 'itching' to score hat-trick against Swansea

    Asked what he could achieve with the club, Kane said: "Win trophies - Premier Leagues, Champions Leagues". We have to aim high. Goalkeeper Łukasz Fabiański would be his usual self in denying every opportunity that came his way but it was only a matter of time before Spurs would find the back of the net.

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  • Judges to deliver verdicts in Wilders hate speech trial

    The public prosecution department says Wilders should be fined €5,000 for leading his supporters in an anti-Moroccan chant during a post election meeting in 2014. "In this case, the most important question is whether Wilders has crossed a line". On the last day, he finally appeared in the dock and remained unapologetic, saying if he is found guilty "millions of Dutch citizens will be convicted with me".

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  • Message From Italy's Failed Referendum: More European Uncertainty Ahead

    Message From Italy's Failed Referendum: More European Uncertainty Ahead

    Renzi had vowed ahead of the referendum to step down if his proposals were rejected , saying his proposed reforms were necessary to give him the power to push through reforms to strengthen Italy's sluggish economy. Britain's eurosceptic Nigel Farage, who spearheaded the "Brexit" campaign, said the vote appeared to have been "more about the euro than constitutional change".

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  • Teacher, student talked to armed Utah teen

    No one was injured but the blast left a hole the size of a small plate, Bountiful police chief Tom Ross said . According to the Bountiful Police Department , the suspect did not point the gun at anyone but instead placed the gun to his neck, and it appears he may have been trying to commit suicide, police said.

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  • Devastated city buries president of Chapecoense soccer club

    During a refueling stop in the Amazon city of Manaus, the coffins were consolidated from three planes onto two, for logistical reasons. The club is guaranteed a spot next season in Brazil's top league, and is likely to be reassembled with mostly junior players, and players on loan from other clubs.

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  • Monsef apologizes to committee, Canadians

    Monsef apologizes to committee, Canadians

    In a supplementary report, the Liberals on the committee said they don't believe Canadians are engaged enough, and committee recommendations are "rushed", "too radical" and "racing toward a predetermined deadline" - a deadline the government itself had set.

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  • For Russia, Trump presidency offers hope of sanctions relief

    For Russia, Trump presidency offers hope of sanctions relief

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on November 30 that he wants stronger cooperation between his country's Liberal Democratic Party and the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV). The Japanese government understands that the activities can be realized if Russian sovereignty over the northern territories is not recognized, and Japan's legal position can also be maintained.

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