• Senate Dems demand Sessions clarify testimony on Russian Federation
Senate Dems demand Sessions clarify testimony on Russian Federation

It was the first meeting of then-candidate Trump's foreign policy team at a time when he was being roundly criticized for not having foreign policy credentials and not being able to name any major players who were helping him out. A source close to Sessions defended the attorney general, promising he "has been entirely truthful and consistent on ...

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  • Iran parades missile during anniversary of US Embassy takeover
Iran parades missile during anniversary of US Embassy takeover

AP reminds us that "The former embassy in Tehran is now a cultural center while standing as a symbol of a USA defeat for many Iranians". On Saturday, demonstrators gathered outside the former U.S. "All the governments confirm that the American president is a insane individual who is taking others toward the direction of suicide", Ali Shamkhani...

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  • NZ include Phillips and bat; Siraj debuts for India
NZ include Phillips and bat; Siraj debuts for India

New Zealand opener Colin Munro, who nearly swung the decisive third and final ODI against India in Kanpur for his team , hammered a hundred in just 54 balls that included six fours and seven sixes in Rajkot on Saturday. Both took the score to 123 when Kohli was caught behind on Mitchell Santner's ball. It also helps that Guptill faces the f...

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  • Bush Sr and Jr openly condemn Donald Trump
Bush Sr and Jr openly condemn Donald Trump

Updegrove gives a look into the their apprehensions about the future of the party they led for decades and the changing political scene under Trump . White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders hit back at the former presidents in a statement. Who did the former presidents vote for in 2016? "That's what they expect, and we're not seeing that (...

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  • Lebanese prime minister suggests he fears for his life, resigns
Lebanese prime minister suggests he fears for his life, resigns

Hariri was appointed prime minister in late 2016, leading a 30-member government that included Hezbollah . The government have managed to avoid the country being embroiled in the worst of the conflict taking place in neighbouring Syria. A UN-backed tribunal has charged five Hezbollah members over the killing. Hezbollah denies any involvement. Wh...

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  • Man charged with assaulting Kentucky Republican senator Rand Paul
Man charged with assaulting Kentucky Republican senator Rand Paul

All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. In a statement, Paul spokeswoman Kelsey Cooper said the Republican senator was " fine ". Boucher was charged with assault causing a minor injury. Warren County Regional Jail records list the suspect under a similarly spelled name, Rene Alan Boushe...

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  • The American astronaut discovered a odd mutation after 12 months in space
The American astronaut discovered a odd mutation after 12 months in space

Out of 18 astronauts that flew in space for at least three months, 17 of them experienced a narrowing of the brain's central sulcus or groove. We are just starting to understand the impacts that extended time in outer space can have on the human body.

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  • Time to boot out those who have looted Himachal: PM Modi
Time to boot out those who have looted Himachal: PM Modi

Addressing a rally in Himachal Pradesh, the Prime Minister said the Congress' campaign against demonetisation was driven by its attempts to mislead people and create an atmosphere against him before he can raise a "storm" over benami assets.

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  • American in Zimbabwe is jailed for tweets about Mugabe
American in Zimbabwe is jailed for tweets about Mugabe

Police confiscated her laptop and other electronic equipment in the raid. The court today dismissed a request by O'Donovan's lawyers to strike down the subversion charge, arguing that police didn't inform her of it when she was arrested Saturday morning.

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  • Saudis intercept ballistic missile over Riyadh
Saudis intercept ballistic missile over Riyadh

State-run news channel Al-Ekhbariya said the missile "was of limited size (and) no injuries or damage" were reported. "Travelers across King Khalid global airport in Riyadh, we assure you that the movement is going on as normal and usual, and trips going according to time", the airport tweeted.

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  • Humans are main cause of climate change
Humans are main cause of climate change

Ice sheet melting has accelerated, the 2017 report finds. The report also concludes that global sea levels would rise by 1-4 feet by 2100, but that "a rise of as much as 8 feet by 2100 can not be ruled out". The report's release underscores the extent to which the machinery of the federal scientific establishment, operating in multiple agencies acr...

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  • Trump again urges death penalty for NYC suspect
Trump again urges death penalty for NYC suspect

Trump had professed himself to be open to the idea of sending Saipov to Guantanamo in a seemingly off-the-cuff answer to questions from reporters. Trump took to Twitter to condemn the terrorist, and in doing so, suggested that he receive the death penalty.

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  • U.S. strikes Islamic State in Somalia for first time, killing 'several terrorists'
U.S. strikes Islamic State in Somalia for first time, killing 'several terrorists'

Those authorities enabled offensive airstrikes in Somalia. A USA official told CNN the strikes were carried out by an unmanned drone. "This includes partnering with [African Union Mission to Somalia] and Somali National Security Forces (SNSF); targeting terrorists, their training camps and safe havens throughout Somalia, the region and around the...

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  • Aadhaar mobile linking: Deadline remains February 6, says Centre
Aadhaar mobile linking: Deadline remains February 6, says Centre

The matter was heard by a bench comprising of Justices AK Sikri and Ashok Bhushan who directed the banks and telecom service providers to indicate the last date for linking bank accounts and mobile numbers in the messages sent to customers.

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  • ISIS Has Been Ousted From Deir al-Zour, Syrian Media Says
ISIS Has Been Ousted From Deir al-Zour, Syrian Media Says

ISIS is also under pressure from separate offensives by Syrian regime and US-backed forces in the neighboring Syrian province of Deir Ezzor. The militants still hold about a third of the province, including the border town of Bukamal. In October, it lost its one-time de facto Syrian capital Raqa after an assault of more than four months waged by th...

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  • 2 dead, 3 injured in Thursday shootings, including attack at Uptown Starbucks
2 dead, 3 injured in Thursday shootings, including attack at Uptown Starbucks

The second man, 24, was shot in the left side and taken in serious condition to Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital. His condition is unknown at this time. Police believe the deceased victim was the intended target and the other victims did not know the victim. A statement on the company's website Thursday said the store would be closed Friday mor...

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  • Food processing is top priority of Government: PM Modi
Food processing is top priority of Government: PM Modi

A global event to facilitate partnerships between Indian and worldwide businesses and investors, World Food India (WFI) is a gateway to the Indian food economy and an opportunity to showcase, connect, and collaborate. Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Minister for Food Processing, stated that more investments are set to come over the next few days. While div...

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  • Trump Is Reportedly Blaming Son-In-Law Kushner For Mueller Probe
Trump Is Reportedly Blaming Son-In-Law Kushner For Mueller Probe

The questioning of Kushner's role in Comey's firing signals that Mueller has moved past the campaign and is looking at whether there was any obstruction of justice in firing the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, who was then leading the Russian Federation probe.

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  • Violence hits Druze village Hader in Syria's Quneitra
Violence hits Druze village Hader in Syria's Quneitra

The statement follows an explosion inside the village Friday in which nine were killed and 23 were wounded, according to reports from Syria. "In the aftermath of the terrorist attack, terrorist groups carried out a heavy attack on Hader, and army units and the Popular Defence units (pro-government militants) clashed with the attackers", SANA adde...

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  • Reset your clocks: Daylight saving time ends Sunday
Reset your clocks: Daylight saving time ends Sunday

Sunday, Nov. 5 when clocks will be rolled back one hour. There might be some benefits to the time change each year. All thanks to daylight saving time coming to an end. States could exempt themselves if they chose. University of California Santa Barbara economists calculated that Indiana's move to statewide daylight saving time in 2006 led to a 1...

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