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  • Jury Sentences Dylann Roof To Die

    The jury began deliberating Roof's fate earlier today, after Roof told the jury in a closing statement, " I still feel like I had to do it ". Roof, who was defending himself, never explained his actions to jurors, saying only that "anyone who hates anything in their mind has a good reason for it".

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  • Canada foreign minister replaced in cabinet reshuffle

    Ahmed Hussen, a Somali refugee, was named Canada's new immigration minister. Hajdu will be replaced by current Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef. Hussen came to Canada as a teenager from war-torn Somalia. News of the shuffle leaked Monday just as Trudeau's office confirmed that his two top aides, Chief of Staff Katie Telford and Principal Secretary Gerald Butts, have been meeting with some of Trump's senior advisers, building bridges to the incoming administration.

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  • Car-Bomb Blast Rocks Eastern Baghdad

    An Islamic State media outlet, Amaq Agency, reported the two attacks as "martyrdom operation [s]" against "gathering [s] of Shiites", in an apparent claim of responsibility by the Sunni extremist group. Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, fell to Daesh in the summer of 2014, when the militants swept over much of northern and western Iraq. The latest wave of violence in Baghdad came as Iraqi counterterrorism forces reached the east bank of the Tigris River in eastern Mosul on Sunday, Lt.

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  • Intimate Princess Diana letters sell for £15000 in London

    Intimate Princess Diana letters sell for £15000 in London

    Auction house Cheffins in the United Kingdom sold the letters, which were sent by Princess Di to Buckingham Palace head steward Cyril Dickman . Letters written by the late Princess Diana of Wales in the 1980s to 1990s, went down the hammer at Cheffins Fine Art in the United Kingdom on Thursday.

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  • Schumer: Democrats could block Trump Supreme Court nominee

    The Democrats are "telling the Republicans 'if you are repealing, show us what you'll replace it with first and then we'll look at what you have and see what we can do, '" Schumer said . "Congressman Price had the influence and was actively involved in pushing health care policies while simultaneously making dozens of trades in companies that would be impacted by those policies", Schumer said.

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  • Escaped fugitive caught by Mass. State Police

    A man who escaped a Rhode Island maximum security prison has been captured in Somerville, state police confirmed. He is accused of stealing 16 weapons from the Lincoln W. A man who might match Morales's description allegedly tried to rob a bank in Cambridge. "In a news release sent to 22News, the Federal Bureau of Investigation says that a 5'10" tall black man with a mustache exhausted to rob the Bank of America branch at 772 Massachusetts Avenue.

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  • Australia Says TNI Insult Investigation Being Finalized

    Australia Says TNI Insult Investigation Being Finalized

    Senator Payne is hopeful Indonesia will restore military co-operation with Australia after an investigation into offensive material seen at Perth military base caused military co-operation between the two nations to be put on ice. Indonesia last suspended military ties with Australia in 2013 over revelations defense spies tapped the mobile phone of then President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

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  • Serena Williams makes shock Round Two exit at outsider's hands

    In her first tournament since losing in the semi-finals of the US Open four months ago, Williams was bundled out 6-4, 6-7 (7/3), 6-4 by the world number 72 in a two-hour, 13-minute arm wrestle. "I can just take solace in the fact that the conditions won't be like this in Melbourne". Wozniacki looked sharp and confident, living up to her third seeding behind Serena and Venus Williams.

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  • Dylann Roof fails to apologize for Charleston church killings

    Dylann Roof fails to apologize for Charleston church killings

    As Roof spoke, five burly plainclothes law officers sat nearby, ready to spring into action should Roof become threatening. Two other women walked out shortly after. The widow of a pastor and state senator slain by Dylann Roof described for jurors the night the white man killed her husband and eight other black church members in Charleston back in 2015.

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  • Two killed in Iraqi military copter crash

    Army Lieutenant-General Steve Townsend said coordination had been largely absent in the first two months of the campaign, when Iraqi forces made slow progress after breaching the city. "Rapid Intervention Forces inflicted heavy human and material losses on the Islamic State, as well as raising Iraqi flag over the buildings of the neighborhood".

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  • Migrants storm border fence into Spain's Ceuta enclave

    Migrants storm border fence into Spain's Ceuta enclave

    At least 10 of the Moroccan officers were seriously injured . Dozens of migrants made it to the top of the six-metre barbed wire fence yesterday before being lifted down by cranes, footage from local TV station Faro TV showed. A Moroccan woman who was carrying the suitcase was arrested by the Spanish Civil Guard on December 30. According to the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), the past year turned out to be the deadliest on record with regard to the number of refugees drowning en ...

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  • Trump Ends The Year Again Disputing U.S

    Trump Ends The Year Again Disputing U.S

    Later, however, journalists at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida asked him about the tweet and how he thought the transition was going. During a trip to Lithuania on Thursday, South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said they didn't go far enough.

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  • Taiwan Leader Urges China for 'Calm' Talks as Pressure Grows

    US President-elect Donald Trump angered China last month when he spoke to Ms Tsai in a break with decades of precedent and cast doubt on his incoming administration's commitment to Beijing's "one China" policy. The move is bound to anger China, which had urged the USA to block any stopover. Beijing regards Taiwan as a breakaway province that will be reunited with the mainland by force if necessary, and warns other countries about forging ties with the island and allowing Taiwan's top leader ...

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  • Russia: It's 'a lie' we closed worldwide school

    Russia: It's 'a lie' we closed worldwide school

    Russian Federation also ordered the closing of a USA embassy vacation house, located about 16 kilometers west of Moscow, CNN reported . The quoted source embraced the statement of a U.S. A statement on the school's Facebook page says only that it "is planning to open as scheduled following the New Year break" and that it will post updates through emails, postings on its website and, "if it is urgent", via text messages.

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  • Duchess Kate's family host Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

    Duchess Kate's family host Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

    In past years the royal couple has spent Christmas day at the Queen's country home at Sandringham. The service was held at St Mark's Church in the village of Englefield. Queen Elizabeth II sits at a desk in the Regency Room after recording her Christmas Day broadcast to the Commonwealth at Buckingham Palace on December 24.

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  • Thousands flee Christmas Day typhoon in Philippines

    Thousands flee Christmas Day typhoon in Philippines

    Typhoon Nock-ten was packing maximum sustained winds of 185 kph (115 mph) with gusts up to 255 kph when it made landfall over Catanduanes province, which was under the highest storm alert, on the Bicol peninsula on Sunday evening. A high-pressure area was pushing the typhoon along its northward track, making sea travel risky over the eastern seaboard of Central and Southern Luzon and the Visayas and across the shores of Northern Luzon, the weather bureau added.

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  • Chinese aircraft carrier spotted in Pacific

    Chinese aircraft carrier spotted in Pacific

    The activities involved several J-15 carrier-borne jets and helicopters. This is believed to be the first time for a Chinese aircraft carrier to sail to the Pacific. The Western Pacific stretches from China to New Zealand and encompasses countries in the Pacific, Oceania and parts of Asia. In January, the national defense ministry announced that China is designing and building its second aircraft carrier, a 50,000-ton carrier that would be entirely of independent Chinese design and powered ...

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  • Jets coach Bowles hospitalized, doesn't travel with team

    Jets coach Bowles hospitalized, doesn't travel with team

    QB Bryce Petty , Quarterback on the foul weather before and at the start of the game leading to a slow start for him and the offense. "The [2015] season didn't end the way we wanted it to", Devin McCourty said. "I've still got so much stuff in my cart on Amazon I haven't paid for yet", Bennett joked. "I'm just so excited for the guy". He returned last weekend for his first game in three months, playing 12 snaps and rushing for 22 yards on six carries in his return from surgery for a torn ...

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