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  • Panel urges ban on USA acquisitions by China state firms

    State Department to produce educational materials to alert U.S. citizens overseas and students going to China to the dangers of recruitment efforts by Chinese agents. (CFIUS), which conducts national security screening of foreign investments. The buying binge this year from China attracted the attention of Mr. Trump, who complained during a debate about a group of Chinese investors bidding for the Chicago Stock Exchange, a small bourse that nevertheless operates a key market hub deep in the ...

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  • Trump pushes back amid signs of strain in transition

    On Tuesday Mr Trump met with the head of his transition team, Vice President-elect Mike Pence, who replaced New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in the role on Friday. Another adviser to the transition process, Frank Gaffney, has given some cause for concern due to his outspoken anti-Muslim beliefs and active propagation of racially-charged conspiracy theories about President Obama and his administration, including his belief that Muslim Brotherhood agents had infiltrated the federal government.

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  • Prosecutors plan to question President Park Geun-hye early this week

    Prosecutors plan to question President Park Geun-hye early this week

    It would be the first time that a sitting president has been questioned by prosecutors. According to local media reports, a special investigative unit under the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office in charge of investigation into the case has delivered to the presidential Blue House its request to investigate the scandal-plagued president on Tuesday or Wednesday.

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  • Experts say Trump will likely keep parts of Obamacare

    Experts say Trump will likely keep parts of Obamacare

    In an interview with The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Trump revealed that he would consider retaining some parts of ACA after Obama asked him to rethink his plan to repeal the plan when they talked at the White House on Thursday. U.S. Rep. Phil Roe, a Republican re-elected last week to serve Tennessee's 1st District, said he intends to use his influence on the House Education and Workforce Committee, where he chairs the Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions, to interject ...

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  • Obama will get many questions about Trump on last major trip

    Obama will get many questions about Trump on last major trip

    President Barack Obama on Monday abandoned his dire warnings and dark predictions about his newly elected successor and urged Americans to give President-elect Donald Trump time to rise to the daunting responsibilities of the office, breaking sharply from his Democratic allies who have quickly condemned Trump's first major decisions.

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  • Kosovo arrests 19 on suspicion of planning ISIS attacks

    Kosovo arrests 19 on suspicion of planning ISIS attacks

    Explosives devices, weapons and electronics equipment were found during searches of the suspects' homes, say police. Authorities in Kosovo announced Thursday they recently thwarted an Islamic State group attack planned in southeastern Europe - one component of which would have targeted a foreign soccer team.

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  • Muslim community reflects on hate crimes spike

    In New Jersey last year, hate crimes continued a years-long decline. About 5,859 hate crime incidents have been reported to the bureau's Uniform Crime Reporting Program in 2015. They said that the café owner called the police, claiming that the women violated the café rule to not stay for more than 45 minutes - the police arrived and asked them to leave.

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  • German lawmaker: Merkel will run again for chancellor

    It heaps more responsibility on her at a time when she is nearing an announcement on whether she will run for a record-tying fourth term as chancellor next northern autumn. In March, the right-wing, anti-migrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) experienced a boost when they won 24 per cent of a regional vote despite only polling at 19 per cent, and leader Leif-Erik Holm expects the current social climate in Germany to lead to more successes.

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  • China blocks 'Fatty Kim the Third' website searches

    China blocks 'Fatty Kim the Third' website searches

    It is thought to be especially popular among young Chinese who tend to look down on their country's would-be ally. Andersen added that he thinks North Korea can "make good players for Asia", but to really produce great world talents, he said the country will have to open its borders to allow its players to join more diverse leagues around the world.

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  • State fights 'Making a Murderer' inmate release

    Convicted of first-degree intentional homicide, second-degree sexual assault and mutilation of a corpse, Brendan was looking to serve a life sentence. The focus will be on helping Dassey reintegrate back into society. But in August, a judge ruled in favor of Dassey, acknowledging that he was tricked into confessing to the crime.

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  • Pro-Russia candidate favorite in Moldova presidential runoff

    Pro-Russia candidate favorite in Moldova presidential runoff

    Meanwhile, Sandu, who insisted the runoff elections were rigged, called on the people to sign a petition to render the November 13 presidential runoff null and void. "I think Maia Sandu has not succeeded in becoming president this time ", Dodon told a press briefing just after polling stations closed at 1900 GMT, advising his opponent to "urge her supporters to remain calm".

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  • Israel backs draft bill to legalise settlements

    The bill is opposed by Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu and Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, who said that it contravenes worldwide law and damages the standing of the Supreme Court. "You have to respect that ruling", he told them. The bill goes far beyond legalising Amona and would allow an estimated 2,000 to 3,000 Jewish homes built on Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank to be legalised.

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  • Trump Protest by Silver Spring High School Students

    Trump Protest by Silver Spring High School Students

    Thousands of middle and high school students walked out of classes Monday for the protest. An LA teacher's union called United Teachers Los Angeles issued a statement on Monday, supporting protesting students and their families. School faculty members were also present during the walkout but said they were only there to make sure the students were safe and obeying the laws. She said the head of the administration allowed students to leave and was going to waive the typical punishment for an ...

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  • Huge explosion rocks Kabul, at least four dead

    Huge explosion rocks Kabul, at least four dead

    Islamic State (IS) group claimed responsibility for the deadly attack which came after a brief lull during the recent holy fasting month of Ramazan. Local media reported at least 11 people were injured in the attack, which occurred along a high-traffic road leading to the Ministry of Defence and the presidential palace.

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  • Falconets Nigeria beat Canada 3-1 in U-20 World Cup

    Falconets Nigeria beat Canada 3-1 in U-20 World Cup

    Awurimibe told Sports Radio 88.9 Brila FM, he's confident tweaking of the personnel and strategy can help the 2014 U-20 Women's World Cup runner-up, keep hopes of a second round place alive. Goals from Chinaza Uchendu, Joy Bokiri and Chinwendu Ihezuo were all the Africans needed to nick past the Canucks despite going down in the opening minutes of the game.

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  • China's Jinping, Trump speak after election

    It adds that any measures which hurt Chinese interests will be met by 'countermeasures'. The article warns that China is ready to go for a "tit-for-tat" strategy with the United States, emphasizing that any USA decision that affects the relationship with the country will be followed by a similar one from the Beijing government.

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  • Mexico plans to strengthen consular protection for migrants

    Mexico plans to strengthen consular protection for migrants

    President Enrique Pena Nieto plans to meet with Trump, possibly before the president-elect's inauguration in January. The government is also deploying more mobile "consulates on wheels" and increasing appointments for passports. In addition, it will be based "always on the defense of basic principles that are not negotiable, such as our sovereignty, the national interest and the protection of our countrymen", the Mexican leader said .

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  • Demonetisation: Families can now withdraw upto Rs 2.5 lakh for weddings

    Demonetisation: Families can now withdraw upto Rs 2.5 lakh for weddings

    Also farmers can withdraw up to Rs 25,000 a week against loans sanctioned to them to buy seeds and fertilizers and credited to their accounts. This will be effective from Friday (tomorrow). This, says Das, will enable larger number of people to get the benefit. In order to restrict people exchanging money multiple times, government has already asked banks to apply indelible ink on right hand fingers of depositors.

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  • 'Excellent' first meeting for Obama, Trump

    'Excellent' first meeting for Obama, Trump

    But they liked that Trump spoke to them when they felt ignored - by the professional class, the Washington establishment and the media elites - and was willing to annoy and disrupt them all. "We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead". National security planning was being led by former Michigan Rep. Mike Rogers, who previously worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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  • Barcelona presents Rakuten as jersey sponsor for 4 seasons

    Barcelona presents Rakuten as jersey sponsor for 4 seasons

    Barcelona boast some of the world's most recognisable stars - vital marketing assets for the club's partners - who have millions of followers on social media, promising invaluable exposure to sponsors. Chelsea's shirt deal with Yokohama Rubber, another... Barca wore Qatar Foundation's logo for the first two seasons, and then switched to Qatar Airways after that.

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  • US judge orders Making a Murderer inmate be released by Friday

    The appeal is ongoing, but in the meantime, Duffin ordered Dassey's release, though he is subject to a number of restrictions, including a ban on travel. Halbach was killed on Halloween 2005, after she visited the Avery family's salvage yard in Manitowoc County. He is now serving a life sentence for the 2005 murder of Halbach.

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  • [Ticker] German foreign minister tipped to become president

    [Ticker] German foreign minister tipped to become president

    Gauck's term expires in March, six months before Germany holds a parliamentary election. Following the 2009 and 2013 federal elections, Merkel was reappointed as the chancellor. This required German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives with the choice of either supporting him or choosing a candidate of their own to offer a real challenge.

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  • With Trump, the Idea of Palestinian State Vanishes: Israeli Minister

    Jason Greenblatt , co-chairman of Trump's Israeli Advisory Committee, said Trump did not view settlements as an obstacle to peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, although Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has long said the withdrawal of settlers from the territory is a condition for any peace agreement.

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  • British hacking suspect Lauri Love fears he will die behind bars

    British hacking suspect Lauri Love fears he will die behind bars

    Sarah Harrison, director of the Courage Foundation, which runs Mr Love's defence fund and support campaign, said the decision to send him for trial in the United States under Donald Trump's command "beggars belief". But on Monday 14 November the Home Office said Rudd " carefully considered all relevant matters " and signed his extradition. A petition signed by 114 British MPs has been delivered to Pres Barack Obama, calling on the president to intervene in Love's extradition.

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  • Bystander Shoots, Kills Man Beating Florida Deputy

    Bystander Shoots, Kills Man Beating Florida Deputy

    The pursuit ended on the off-ramp at Corkscrew Road. ( WASHINGTON, DC ) A passerby carrying a concealed weapon shot and killed a criminal suspect who was attacking a sheriff's deputy in Estero, FL. Concerned for the safety of the Sheriff's Deputy, the good samaritan fired at Strother. The identity of the man who saved Bardes hasn't been released, and it's unclear whether the man was a civilian or another officer not in uniform.

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  • Family: 'Deadliest Catch' star injured in assault

    Family: 'Deadliest Catch' star injured in assault

    He reportedly told police that he and three others were in a vehicle coming back from a casino when a man sitting behind him began to beat him. He then showed the Facebook profiles of the two people he believes are responsible for beating Jake and tossing him out of the moving vehicle on the highway.

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  • That's no house cat: Nevada police find 3 tigers in backyard

    That's no house cat: Nevada police find 3 tigers in backyard

    The animals were found in Meyer's kitchen, living room and a bedroom, and her daughter was apparently petting some of the potentially deadly animals. A Texas Game Warden and an officer with the Houston Police Major Offenders Animal Cruelty Squad showed up at Meyer's house, according to FOX News.

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  • Thailand swaps mourning for cheers in WCup qualifier

    Thailand swaps mourning for cheers in WCup qualifier

    Most of the fans at Rajamangala Stadium on Tuesday were still dressed in black, and the Thai royal anthem was played and enthusiastically sung by the crowd. Dangda made no mistake from the sport to send the home fans wild at the prospect of a memorable victory in their first worldwide since the death of much-loved King Bhumibol Adulyadej - the fans paying their respects with a candlelit vigil prior to kick-off.

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  • Kremlin economy chief 'took $2m bribe'

    Russian state-owned television early Tuesday ran Ulyukayev's detention as the top story headlined "Fight on corruption", featuring comment from lawmakers who lauded the investigation as a major breakthrough in the long-anticipated clampdown on official graft.

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  • Tips to bag Black Friday's best deals

    Top of the list we have Walmart Black Friday 2016 deals that are not only unbeatable in price but are also best in class. Walmart , being one of world's largest chains of retail store, you can find great deals on electronics, home appliances, apparel, toys, furniture, mobile, tablets and many more.

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  • Two US service members killed in Afghanistan Jane Onyanga-Omara, USA TODAY

    Forces - Afghanistan, today's loss is heartbreaking and we offer our deepest condolences to the families and friends of our service members who lost their lives today". The Taliban said in a statement a USA air strike had destroyed many houses and killed women and children. Jangalbagh said 26 civilians, including members of the Taliban fighters' families, were killed in the assault.

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  • New Zelda game will miss new Nintendo console launch

    New Zelda game will miss new Nintendo console launch

    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now set to launch in 2017 for Wii U and Nintendo Switch. According to Shack News, Nintendo is preparing to release a new game in the Super Mario series for the Switch, with every effort being made to ensure the game is ready to launch alongside the console.

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  • Diplomat: NKorea does not care who is US president

    When one considers their position for even a moment, one realizes that the claim makes no sense whatsoever. The accord is expected to allow both sides to augment their intelligence on North Korea. Close security cooperation with Japan and South Korea remains the most pivotal part of U.S. presence in the region-there will be no dramatic change there.

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  • Bernie Sanders To Stephen Colbert: 'Now More Than Ever, It's Our Revolution'

    Instead, the "liberal elite" (as Bernie calls them) took over the party and steered it in the wrong direction. That is the party that feels the pain of working class people, of middle class, of low income people, of young people ... "When millions stand up and fight back, we will not be denied". Sanders called for a transformation at the top. "A lot of people in this country who are suffering, who are hurting, who are scared to death about tomorrow for their kids and he tapped into that".

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