• Nigel Farage, Donald Trump Meet, Discuss US-UK Relationship
Nigel Farage, Donald Trump Meet, Discuss US-UK Relationship

When Trump spoke to May last week he said he looks forward to having the same close relationship enjoyed by past premiers Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, a Downing Street spokesperson said. There were, however, deals to be pursued: "We are living now in Brexit Britain ", Mr Farage said. Nigel Farage is the only European politician invited...

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  • Canada airliner swerves to avoid object near Toronto; two hurt
Canada airliner swerves to avoid object near Toronto; two hurt

A senior investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada told The Canadian Press that it was impossible to say at this point what the unidentified object was. "I don't believe the word is getting out", said Dan Adamus, Canada board president of the Air Line Pilots Association, International. Transport Canada and the Federal Aviation A...

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  • 24 mil voted during FBI review of emails
24 mil voted during FBI review of emails

Investors have generally been anxious about the prospect of a Donald Trump victory. "The FBI's swift and thorough review should finally close the door on this Republican sideshow", House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said , adding the election would now be decided "on the merits of the candidates" rather than innuendo.

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  • 8-goal Belgium rout in WCup qualifier; Ronaldo settles for 2
8-goal Belgium rout in WCup qualifier; Ronaldo settles for 2

Ronaldo bagged his second goal in the 85th minute with a fine volley into the bottom corner, after getting on the end of Quaresma's cross, 3-1. But it would last all of two minutes when William Carvalho headed in a cross from Ricardo Quaresma to put Portugal back in front.

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  • Trump says he will decline 400000-dollar presidential salary
Trump says he will decline 400000-dollar presidential salary

The future first lady, Mrs Melania Trump, expects to move to Washington . Earlier in the day president-elect Trump met with U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House. I will say this, and I will say right to the cameras: "Stop it". "That's not a big deal for me", he said. Over 200 Reports of Hateful Harassment and Intimidation Post-...

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  • EU foreign ministers to gather to grapple with Trump impact
EU foreign ministers to gather to grapple with Trump impact

Trump has also said he is opposed to major trade pacts, including the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), meaning the agreement will probably need to be renegotiated if there is any chance of its survival. Some of those measures, including asset freezes on individuals and organisations, come up for renewal in January. Stoltenb...

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  • Leaderless Democratic Party in dire straits after GOP sweeps
Leaderless Democratic Party in dire straits after GOP sweeps

Sanders. But if grass-roots progressives get behind a new candidate - a Sanders II - you can bet the party establishment will think twice before concluding he or she is not electable. Many on social media also argued that votes the Republican candidate secured were not pro-Trump votes, but were anti-Hillary votes. What I want to say, Amy, is that ...

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  • How Trump Could Reshape the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
How Trump Could Reshape the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Trump said in March "There's nobody more pro-Israel than I am", adding that he would oppose any attempt to force Israel into an agreement it opposes. "Even if a new administration were inclined to reduce a commitment, which it's not, Congress would never let it happen.

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  • Pakistani PM welcomes first large Chinese shipment to Gwadar port
Pakistani PM welcomes first large Chinese shipment to Gwadar port

The chief minister congratulated Chinese President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Li Keqiang, and leadership of the Communist Party of China and people of China on this historic occasion, and said that departure of trade ships from Gwadar Port is another living example of Pak-China friendship.

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  • Weekend brings more anti-Trump protests across US
Weekend brings more anti-Trump protests across US

The victim was taken to a hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries as police sought a male suspect, who apparently fled in his vehicle. Police arrested two teenagers in the shooting. In Los Angeles, an estimated 8,000 people marched through downtown streets Saturday to condemn what they saw as Trump's hate speech about Muslims, ple...

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  • Bernie Sanders Slams Democratic Party Over Trump Victory
Bernie Sanders Slams Democratic Party Over Trump Victory

As some Democrats protested across the country, the party's liberal wing began jockeying for power, arguing that Clinton's loss could be attributed to her reluctance to fully focus on economic inequality and tougher Wall Street regulations.

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  • Trump could hit Iran with sanctions -- but Europe would scream
Trump could hit Iran with sanctions -- but Europe would scream

Republicans in Congress who vigorously opposed Donald Trump's run for president are now preparing to work with the incoming Trump administration on a number of foreign policy and national security issues where their policies overlap. A second senior Iranian official said: "Trump's victory will unite Iran's hardliners and their supporters..." The U....

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  • Titans Turn in Dominating Performance in Win Over Packers
Titans Turn in Dominating Performance in Win Over Packers

Center JC Tretter (knee) was ruled out. The Titans were shredded for 196 yards rushing by Chargers running back Melvin Gordon but faces a Green Bay backfield that is in shambles. The next Titans touchdown came courtesy Titans' wide receiver Rishard Matthews. Blair Walsh, Matt Bryant, Nick Folk and Mason Crosby all missed extra points .

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  • Leaders, celebs react to Trump's victory
Leaders, celebs react to Trump's victory

While president Obama called Trump unfit and unqualified to lead, Trump said that Obama was the " founder of ISIS ". But the pair continued the conciliatory tone that has emerged since Mr Trump's shock victory, with the Republican saying he was looking forward to benefiting from Mr Obama's "counsel" in the future.

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  • Rights group accuses Iraqi Kurds of destroying Arab homes
Rights group accuses Iraqi Kurds of destroying Arab homes

BAGHDAD (AP) - The security forces of Iraq's regional Kurdish government have routinely destroyed Arab homes and even some whole villages in areas retaken from the Islamic State group over the past two years, according to a new report issued Sunday by Human Rights Watch.

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  • Nigeria defeats Algeria 3-1 wearing
Nigeria defeats Algeria 3-1 wearing

His Chelsea teammate Mikel then doubled Nigeria's advantage three minutes before the break after receiving a through-ball and firing in from close range with the Algeria defence attempting, unsuccessfully, to appeal for offside. Algeria pressed in a bid to get back into the game and Bentaleb scored a stunning goal with 23 minutes remaining, rifl...

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  • Syrian troops reverse rebel advance west of Aleppo
Syrian troops reverse rebel advance west of Aleppo

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a British-based war monitor, said all the gains made by the rebels against Government-held areas had been reversed. Army and allies regain control of several districts, rolling back recent rebel gains in besieged northern city . "Of course, when the regime takes control, it has a negative effect, but there...

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  • I Lost The Election Because FBI Director James Comey Exonerated Me
I Lost The Election Because FBI Director James Comey Exonerated Me

Clinton said Comey cost her the election after he chose to send a letter informing Congress of his intention to reinstate an investigation into whether she mishandled classified information by using a private email server while serving as Secretary of State.

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  • UK's Johnson urges Kosovo to keep talking with Serbia
UK's Johnson urges Kosovo to keep talking with Serbia

Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, the peer said: "Our relationship with America has been rocky in terms of trade recently because of the onslaught they had against our banks and against BP and I think business needs certainty". The Republican and reality TV star is keen to sign a free trade deal with Britain based on the countries' "spec...

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  • Iraq troops pause in advance on Mosul to drive out IS
Iraq troops pause in advance on Mosul to drive out IS

A guy was also allegedly shot dead in public for blowing off an IS prohibition on using mobile phones in central Mosul . The coalition also employed 67 munitions supporting the Iraqi security forces and Kurdish peshmerga operations near Mosul , Cook added.

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