• North Korea: Russia accuses USA of goading Kim Jong
North Korea: Russia accuses USA of goading Kim Jong

Haley said that President Donald Trump had called Xi and asked him to cut off oil supplies to North Korea. China has previously announced partial limitations to its oil trade with North Korea. "We have already said many times that sanctions pressure has exhausted itself". The escalation in tensions came as a disappointment for Moscow , w...

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  • PM Abbasi meets Russian counterpart at SCO summit
PM Abbasi meets Russian counterpart at SCO summit

Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, speaking at the 16th meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization's (SCO) Council of the Heads of Government (CHG), on Friday said Pakistan will be happy to contribute to SCO's efforts towards building a stable and secure Afghanistan .

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  • City, Reynolds Reach Deal In Castile Shooting
City, Reynolds Reach Deal In Castile Shooting

Anthony's $3 million insurance policy was spent on a settlement deal with Castile's mother Valerie Castile , who received a $ 3 million settlement from the city in June. The video has been viewed millions of times. During the stop, Yanez asked Castile to show him his driver's license and insurance information, at which point Castile told Yanez ...

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  • Israeli army strikes Gaza after alleged rocket fire
Israeli army strikes Gaza after alleged rocket fire

Following the mortar fire, Israeli jets targeted four military sites belonging to Hamas and Islamic Jihad, Conricus said. Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem denounced Thursday Israeli raids, stressing that the "will of the Palestinian people won't be broken".

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  • Trump resurrects Joe Scarborough intern-murder conspiracy theory
Trump resurrects Joe Scarborough intern-murder conspiracy theory

Trump". Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said "the president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the competence that he needs to demonstrate in order to be successful". "With his attack on Joe this morning, the chief law enforcement officer of the United States of America advanced a false conspiracy theory to intimidate the press and...

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  • Accuser's open letter to Roy Moore: 'Where does your immorality end?'
Accuser's open letter to Roy Moore: 'Where does your immorality end?'

Trump has yet to offer an explicit endorsement of Moore, but has appeared to offer support, telling reporters last week "we don't need a liberal person in there, a Democrat" and saying Democratic candidate Doug Jones would be a "puppet" of Democratic leaders if elected.

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  • Trumps light national Christmas tree for first time
Trumps light national Christmas tree for first time

The record for the number of trees in the White House was held for many years by the Eisenhower administration when 26 trees filled every floor of the house. It was in that first year that organizers officially deemed the tree the "National Christmas Tree". The First Lady's Director of Communications Stephanie Grisham also sent out a tweet with the...

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  • Reported plans to fire Tillerson roil State Department
Reported plans to fire Tillerson roil State Department

It is exceedingly rare for a secretary of state, America's face on the global stage, to be fired or to serve for a year or less. Too much churn could fuel the perception of chaos in the Trump White House - perhaps one reason he has yet to pull the trigger.

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  • Earthquake In Delaware, Tremors Experienced in Region
Earthquake In Delaware, Tremors Experienced in Region

Speedway officials said there were no initial reports of damage on the track's grounds, but that a more comprehensive survey was planned once daylight returned Friday. Hundreds of people said they felt it. "I felt the whole house nearly like waving", he said. The quake jolted downtown Dover, sending lawmakers and workers in the statehouse out...

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  • Disgusting! Woman Working For Conservative Site BUSTED Posing As Roy Moore Accuser!
Disgusting! Woman Working For Conservative Site BUSTED Posing As Roy Moore Accuser!

OK, Trump. In this case, you are allowed to call this Jaime T. Phillips woman and her fellow frauds "fake news". "We always honor "off-the-record" agreements when they're entered into in good faith", Executive Editor Martin Baron was quoted as saying.

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  • Trump casts doubt on 'Access Hollywood' tapes
Trump casts doubt on 'Access Hollywood' tapes

Trump is seen talking alongside former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush in 2005. Just to make things even more ridiculous, Access Hollywood - the celebrity gossip magazine show on which Trump was appearing when the tapes were made - have come out and confirmed the authenticity of the tapes yet again, because actual video and audio evidence is...

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  • GES Summit 2017: Ivanka Trump in India
GES Summit 2017: Ivanka Trump in India

She said at the G20 conference, the USA was a founding member of a bold, new initiative with the World Bank - the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative, or WeFi. People of India inspire us all. "The event, with 'Women First, Prosperity for All " is the first GES in which women are the majority - 52.5 per cent - of the participants.

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  • U.S. president says Melania Trump 'truly loves what she is doing'
U.S. president says Melania Trump 'truly loves what she is doing'

Depending on your social media platform of choice - and whom you follow on it - Melania Trump's November 27 reveal of this year's White House Christmas decorations was either a magical glimpse of a stunning winter wonderland or a nightmare pulled straight out of a horror movie.

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  • European Union votes to extend weed-killer glyphosate license for five years
European Union votes to extend weed-killer glyphosate license for five years

Greenpeace's Franziska Achterberg said: "The people who are supposed to protect us from unsafe pesticides have failed to do their jobs and betrayed the trust Europeans place in them". But Social Democrat Bundestag representative Andrea Nahles said Monday's vote in Brussels represented "an obvious violation of trust on the part of the CSU".

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  • Police responding to shots fired at the Galleria at Crystal Run
Police responding to shots fired at the Galleria at Crystal Run

A man discharged a single shot into the floor outside the American Eagle Outfitters store at the Galleria mall in Middletown, a city in the Hudson Valley region of the US state of NY, local police chief Robert Hertman told a news conference Sunday evening.

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  • Kansas faces Missouri in first-round NCAA volleyball tournament match
Kansas faces Missouri in first-round NCAA volleyball tournament match

In what has already been a memorable season for Texas Tech volleyball, the Red Raiders will get their first taste of postseason action since 2001 as they were selected to compete in the 2017 National Invitational Volleyball Championship. WSU played seven games against teams that made the 2017 NCAA Tournament . The Gophers volleyball team receive...

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  • CNN had a savage clapback to Donald Trump's tweet attack
CNN had a savage clapback to Donald Trump's tweet attack

Trump, in his Monday morning tweet , also reached peak narcissism, as he once again called himself "your favorite President". According to trump, broadcasting company FoxNews is more important in the USA than CNN , and beyond the state of the latter still remains a leading source of false information, to broadcast.

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  • Christmas tree shortage affects prices
Christmas tree shortage affects prices

Will you only see your tree from one side or will it be visible from all sides? Iowa Christmas tree farms devote over 1,500 acres to Christmas tree production in Iowa and as a result harvest approximately 39,500 Christmas trees each year.

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  • Black Friday Background Checks Soar To Record High
Black Friday Background Checks Soar To Record High

The National Instant Criminal Background Check System, which allows most shoppers to buy a gun in minutes, is struggling under demand that has risen from 1 million requests for checks in 1998 to a record 27.5 million a year ago, NPR reports.

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  • Massage Envy facing sexual assault allegations from more than 180 women
Massage Envy facing sexual assault allegations from more than 180 women

The report found Ingram is among some 180 people who filed sexual misconduct complaints or lawsuits against Massage Envy employees at locations nationwide. "I felt broken.", Ingram said in an interview that aired Monday on The Today Show. As for Ingram, she is suing Massage Envy and taking other steps to make sure spa companies do the right thin...

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  • Teacher arrested after students catch her doing drugs in a classroom
Teacher arrested after students catch her doing drugs in a classroom

John near the IL border, was arrested on Wednesday for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. Allegedly she's doing lines of cocaine as her students wait outside for class to start. Another cellphone video appears to show Cox in handcuffs, being escorted out of the high school. "What I would tell you is that the school r...

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  • See who's ecstatic over Flynn 'flipping' on Trump
See who's ecstatic over Flynn 'flipping' on Trump

In a comment to the Washington Post on Thursday, Jay Sekulow, Trump's personal attorney, stated, "This is not entirely unexpected". The legal manoeuvre, while not proving they have flipped and made a decision to co-operate with Mueller's investigators, "is the clearest indication we've seen to date that Flynn is co-operating with prosecutors", ...

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  • US Customs detains Florida teen after grandmother's death
US Customs detains Florida teen after grandmother's death

She also said the last time she spoke to her son was Sunday night, and everything seemed fine. A Florida teenager whom police want to question in connection with the suspected death of his grandmother was detained Friday by U.S. But returning across the bridge requires a Border Patrol inspection, and Bowker said that ended with agents realizing...

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  • Everybody Is Talking About What Happened Between Klopp And Mane
Everybody Is Talking About What Happened Between Klopp And Mane

Mane threw a tantrum after coming on just one minute before injury-time - and let his boss know exactly how he felt before storming down the tunnel. However the forward and Klopp were involved in an argument as soon as the clash ended. You come on the pitch in three minutes and you feel like you already have 150 minutes in your legs. "I wanted to...

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  • Florida targeting Dan Mullen to be next head coach
Florida targeting Dan Mullen to be next head coach

Mullen is also highly familiar with Florida athletic director Scott Stricklin, who was formerly the AD at Mississippi State . But he did a commendable job in Starkville, especially when you see the progress quarterbacks Dak Prescott and Nick Fitzgerald made on his watch.

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  • Russia's Putin signs 'foreign agents' media law
Russia's Putin signs 'foreign agents' media law

The new law has been rushed through both Russian houses of parliament in the last two weeks. State-owned Russian media made increasingly favorable comments about President-elect Trump as the 2016 U.S. It said it had written to the US government-sponsored Voice of America (VOA) and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), along with seven separate ...

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  • U.S. calls Myanmar treatment of Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing'
U.S. calls Myanmar treatment of Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing'

Following talks between Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and Bangladeshi Foreign Minister A.H. Mahmood Ali, held after weeks of tussling over the terms of repatriation, the two sides inked a deal in Myanmar's capital, Naypyidaw, on Thursday.

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  • Ghana Joins The World To Mark Anti-gender Violence Campaign
Ghana Joins The World To Mark Anti-gender Violence Campaign

According to the data, 35% of the world's women have experienced physical or sexual violence. In Afghanistan , the top United Nations official in the country stressed that "life free from all forms of violence is the right of every Afghan woman and girl".

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  • Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton, defend Obama daughter over
Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton, defend Obama daughter over

Despite the fact that her father no longer runs the country, this isn't the first time Malia's post-White House life has come under scrutiny: many eyebrows were raised when she attended (and reportedly lost her iPhone at) Lollapalooza in August.

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  • Guarantee the safety of Jadhav's wife
Guarantee the safety of Jadhav's wife

The MEA spokesperson notwithstanding the long pending request from Jadhav's mother to visit her son, India responded positively to the Pakistani offer to arrange a meeting of between him and his wife. According to the foreign office, "Pakistan offered a meeting to commander Jadhav's wife, the next of kin, on purely humanitarian grounds". Indi...

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  • Here's the FCC Plan to Undo Net Neutrality
Here's the FCC Plan to Undo Net Neutrality

The other big Obama-era change was to reclassify the internet as a public utility instead of an information service. "This is why we can confidently say we anticipate continuing our full support of FCC's efforts to Restore Internet Freedom after we've had a chance to review the final order ourselves".

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  • David Cassidy, 'Partridge Family' star, dead at 67
David Cassidy, 'Partridge Family' star, dead at 67

He graced the covers of teen magazines with my Brothers in the '70s. Cassidy began his acting career onstage, making his Broadway debut in the short-lived musical The Fig Leaves Are Falling , which closed after 21 performances in January 1969.

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  • Pakistan releases US-wanted militant suspect on court order
Pakistan releases US-wanted militant suspect on court order

Saeed was released after Thursday midnight after the Pakistan government decided against detaining him further. Saeed was declared a global terrorist by the U.S. India has also expressed outrage at the release, saying it appeared to be an attempt by its northern neighbour to "mainstream proscribed terrorists".

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  • Pakistan Orders Release Of Suspected Mastermind Of Deadly Mumbai Attacks
Pakistan Orders Release Of Suspected Mastermind Of Deadly Mumbai Attacks

Dogar, said. India accused Pakistan of helping organize the attacks in cooperation with Saeed, who is head of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) charity, which US officials say is a front for the banned Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group.

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  • India reacts to Hafiz Saeed's release, says Pakistan attempts to mainstream terrorism
India reacts to Hafiz Saeed's release, says Pakistan attempts to mainstream terrorism

Speaking on the Kulbhusan Yadav case, Raveesh Kumar said that there was a long standing request from Jadhav's mother to visit Pakistan to meet her son and India has responded positively to the offer by Pakistan to arrange meeting of Kulbhushan Jadhav with his wife.

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