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Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 presidential race

Kamala Harris jumps into 2020 presidential race

But the Californian senator, who was the state's Attorney General for six years until she was elected to the US Senate in 2016, has faced criticism over her decision to argue that two prisoners should...

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Hours after USA troops killed in Syria, Pence says Islamic State defeated

Hours after USA troops killed in Syria, Pence says Islamic State defeated

Located near the border with Turkey , Manbij has emerged as a focal point of tensions after Trump's decision to withdraw USA forces whose presence has effectively deterred Ankara from attacking K...

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Israel Strikes Syria Using Immunity Provided by Some UNSC Members - Damascus

Israel Strikes Syria Using Immunity Provided by Some UNSC Members - Damascus

It provided no details. Israel's military said the large-scale strikes came as a response to Iranian forces in Syria of firing a missile with the intention of hitting the northern Golan on Sunday. A...

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German leaders write letter to Britain, appealing Brexit reconsideration

German leaders write letter to Britain, appealing Brexit reconsideration

The Brexit process should be delayed for a year to allow for the creation of a network of UK-wide "citizens assemblies" to help resolve the impasse, former prime minister Gordon Brown has told a publi...

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Huge show of strength by non-BJP parties in Kolkata

Huge show of strength by non-BJP parties in Kolkata

Stating that the Kolkata rally was the beginning of the downfall of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Naidu sought to send a message that the opposition parties should not differ with one another on the p...

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Trump Announces Expansion Of US Missile Defense

Trump Announces Expansion Of US Missile Defense

Both Trump and the USA military report put a heavy emphasis on space-based sensors and defences to detect, track and ultimately stop missile attacks against the US and its allies from anywhere in the ...

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'My worst dream': Father of Aiia Maasarwe shares heartbreaking message

'My worst dream': Father of Aiia Maasarwe shares heartbreaking message

Police said they were "confident" of finding the perpetrator. "My heart goes out to Aiia's family and friends and everyone whose life she touched", he said. Some attendees at the evening gathering w...

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US to hold talks with N.Korea this week

US to hold talks with N.Korea this week

Kim Yong Chol , a former spy chief, arrived at Beijing airport and was booked to leave on a flight for Washington with two other North Korean officials later in the day, South Korea's Yonhap news agen...

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Chinese Court Sentences Canadian Man To Death, Escalating Tensions

Chinese Court Sentences Canadian Man To Death, Escalating Tensions

China has pushed back after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the Asian nation had "arbitrarily" applied the death penalty in the case of alleged drug smuggler Robert Lloyd Schellenberg. ...

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Russia's Lavrov: We're not rubbing our hands with glee over Brexit

Russia's Lavrov: We're not rubbing our hands with glee over Brexit

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday denied Moscow was imposing an ultimatum on Japan in talks to end a decades-long territorial dispute, but called on Tokyo to recognize the results ...

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Admin requested plans a year ago to attack Iran

Admin requested plans a year ago to attack Iran

John Bolton , the national security adviser, called a series of meetings after the attack - which one of Tehran's proxy militias in Iraq claimed responsibility for - and is believed to have asked th...

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U.S. soldiers killed in Islamic State bombing in Syria

U.S. soldiers killed in Islamic State bombing in Syria

The attack comes as the USA has begun the process of withdrawing from Syria. Later reports confirmed USA soldiers were killed in the attack. American servicemen were killed in a suicide attack...

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Trump Slams Reporter For Asking Him If He Worked For Russia

Trump Slams Reporter For Asking Him If He Worked For Russia

He added: "I think it's a disgrace that you even ask that question because it's a whole big fat hoax". Speaking outside the White House before departing for New Orleans, Trump called former Federal ...

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Trudeau criticises China for death sentence handed to Canadian

Trudeau criticises China for death sentence handed to Canadian

The Chinese press began publicising Schellenberg's case in December after Canada detained Meng Wanzhou , chief financial officer of the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, on Dec. "It appears th...

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CBC Member Asks Rep. King Be Censured for Racist Remarks

CBC Member Asks Rep. King Be Censured for Racist Remarks

King called McCarthy's decision to remove him from committees "a political decision that ignores the truth". In an interview with The New York Times last week, King took the time to defend white...

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Trump threatens to 'devastate' Turkey's economy if they attack Kurds

Trump threatens to 'devastate' Turkey's economy if they attack Kurds

While Turkey aims to pursue the Kurdish forces allied with the U.S., the Russia- and Iran-backed Syrian government sees a chance to recover extensive territory. Turkey says the YPG is tied to the Kurd...

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3 people killed, 2 dozen others injured as bus crashes into shelter

3 people killed, 2 dozen others injured as bus crashes into shelter

Police say they were taken to local hospitals. "Most of the most serious injuries occurred on the upper right side of the bus". The bus was nearly at its 90-passenger capacity when the crash occurre...

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Graham "Depressed" Over Border Wall Stalemate, Seeks Compromise

Democrats have refused to give the president funds for his wall, sparking a partial government shutdown which has reached the longest in USA history. Durbin said the shutdown will end "when the Sen...

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Sen. Johnson: 'Up To' Trump Who He Reads in On Putin Conversations

Sen. Johnson: 'Up To' Trump Who He Reads in On Putin Conversations

Comey at the time was leading an investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 USA presidential election. Johnson speculated that Trump felt "burned earlier by leaks of other priv...

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First picture of Jayme Closs after 88-day kidnap ordeal

First picture of Jayme Closs after 88-day kidnap ordeal

He says Jayme told Federal Bureau of Investigation agents that she didn't know Patterson at all. Kasinskas said she knew of Patterson but didn't know him well. He said it is also important for Jayme...

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Snow storm marches toward Washington, after pummeling Midwest

Snow storm marches toward Washington, after pummeling Midwest

Louis, noted that many people remained stuck in conditions he called "horrible". A massive winter storm hit the US Rockies and Plains on Friday then punched east, with snow set to assault a 1,800-...

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US Begins Withdrawing Equipment From Syria

US Begins Withdrawing Equipment From Syria

US Colonel Sean Ryan, a coalition spokesman, said the coalition "has begun the process of our deliberate withdrawal from Syria ". Earlier this week, however, U.S. The U.S. and Turkey have been al...

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FBI probed whether Donald Trump was working for Russia

FBI probed whether Donald Trump was working for Russia

But it held off on opening an investigation until the president sacked Mr Comey, who refused to swear his allegiance and roll back the nascent Russian Federation investigation, which is now being spea...

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Poland arrests Huawei employee on suspicion of spying

Poland arrests Huawei employee on suspicion of spying

The Chinese technology giant is facing increasing pressure across the European Union amid growing concerns that Beijing could use Huawei's gear for spying - something the company has always denied. ...

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Trudeau confirms Saudi asylum seeker coming to Canada

Trudeau confirms Saudi asylum seeker coming to Canada

No other details were immediately offered. The UN refugee agency UNHCR had referred Qunun's protection request to Australia on Wednesday, though it had not been confirmed before now that Canada wa...

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Person driving blindfolded crashes while playing the 'Bird Box Challenge'

Person driving blindfolded crashes while playing the 'Bird Box Challenge'

Police in Utah say a teen participating in the latest viral challenge caused a crash. Named after a Netflix horror movie, the challenge involves participants blindfolding themselves while tr...

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Congo says Felix Tshisekedi wins presidential poll

Congo says Felix Tshisekedi wins presidential poll

Felix Tshisekedi, leader of the Congolese main opposition party, the Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS) who was announced as the victor of the presidential elections gestures to his suppor...

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Missing teen whose parents were shot is found alive, suspect in custody

Missing teen whose parents were shot is found alive, suspect in custody

Kline says he heard on the scanner that Jayme told them who she was, and they brought her to their home. "I think everybody wishes her a good recovery and a happy life going into the future". The disp...

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Manafort filing reveals alleged campaign communications with Russian operative

Manafort filing reveals alleged campaign communications with Russian operative

The filing did not indicate whether the polling information involved internal campaign data or when exactly it was provided. Gates was instructed by Manafort to have Kilimnik pass the data along to ...

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Rod Rosenstein To Leave After Next Attorney General's Confirmation

Rod Rosenstein To Leave After Next Attorney General's Confirmation

Rosenstein has said the memo had no impact on the department's work. In May 2017 , shortly after the president dumped Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey , Rosenstein appointed Muell...

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Suspicious package sent to Pak consulate in Melbourne

Suspicious package sent to Pak consulate in Melbourne

Police in Australia said on Wednesday (Jan 9) that they are investigating several suspicious packages sent to embassies and consulates, which media reports and other officials said included the Unit...

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Australian minister hints Saudi teen likely to get asylum

Australian minister hints Saudi teen likely to get asylum

Human Rights Watch earlier called on the Australian government to allow Alqunun's entry into that country, amid worries about her visa status. The authorities have revealed that Rahaf's applica...

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North Korea's Kim visits China ahead of expected Trump summit

North Korea's Kim visits China ahead of expected Trump summit

His first summit with Xi was a surprise visit to Beijing last March, which was also the first time the North Korean leader left his country since he took power in late 2011 after the death of his ...

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20 children injured in China primary school attack

20 children injured in China primary school attack

Police declined to comment by telephone when asked about the attack. Other reports suggested that the attacker may have worked as a janitor at the school in the past. A doctor at the hospital posted...

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Ukrainian Orthodox Church separated from Russian Federation

Ukrainian Orthodox Church separated from Russian Federation

Just one day before Orthodox Christmas, an official decree marking the independence of Ukraine's new church was granted by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I to the head of the Kiev-established ...

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