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  • France says Israeli bill on settlements a risk to two-state solution

    The US believes settlements endanger prospects for a two-state solution and Israeli-Palestinian peace, Trudeau added. A big issue is that while Israeli settlements have long played fast-and-loose with Palestinian property rights, the new bill would aim to empower the government to legalize settlements that the government itself has already admitted were built on privately owned Palestinian land.

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  • SC Gov. Haley accepts Trump's UN Ambassador offer

    SC Gov. Haley accepts Trump's UN Ambassador offer

    She accepted the nomination on Wednesday, but said she would remain in her current post until the Cabinet position was approved by the Senate. At the same time, some conservatives warned that the longtime Republican donor, who, along with her husband, has spent millions of dollars to promote candidates who favour charter schools and school vouchers, also supports the Common Core education standards that Mr Trump railed against during the campaign.

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  • Nephew of ex-NBA player Camby found dead

    Nephew of ex-NBA player Camby found dead

    The boy who has autism, went missing during the family's Thanksgiving celebration on Camby's property. Hundreds of people who searched for a missing autistic boy attended a vigil in his memory Saturday night in Pearland. As of Friday morning, the Pearland Police Department said the ground search was at capacity. With each passing hour, the search grew more complicated as Marcus could have walked further away, police said.

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  • Klinsmann: Bitter defeat for the US

    Klinsmann's sides have been weirdly flat when they play in Central America and have only won once, against Panama thanks to the "San Zusi" goal in 2013. has a huge home field advantage) on Friday, where the team also looked sloppy and failed to take advantage of chances. The U.S. lost to Mexico not only on a blown assignment marking Rafa Marquez but also on its failure to be risky on corner kicks and free kicks.

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  • Shoppers out looking for deals on Black Friday

    Shoppers out looking for deals on Black Friday

    There was an estimated 300 people in line when Belk opened at 6 a.m., and the mood was jovial and exciting. "We make a conscientious effort not to be open, for the mall not to be open on Thanksgiving Day". Whiting said the mall prepares all year for the holiday rush, even bringing in a special crane to hang the giant ornaments that adorn the spaces between stores.

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  • A&M criticizes 'alt-right' leader invited to speak at school

    Richard Spencer, who recently railed against Jews at an alt-right conference in Washington D.C. - during which audience members gave Nazi salutes - is slated to speak at a private event on the Texas A&M University campus on December 6. This is the same rhetoric Trump used during his campaign in calling the press dishonest lowlifes. Donald Trump's disavowal this week of white supremacists who have cheered his election as president hasn't quieted concerns about the movement's impact on ...

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  • Judge Ordered Striking Cargo Pilots Back To Work For Amazon

    Jewell said pilots will abide by the judge's order and return to work, "but manning and staffing will continue to be a problem". "Absent an injunction, ABX, its customers, and the public will suffer immediate, irreparable harm". Dozens of flights and over 1 million pounds of cargo were held up. The pilots are represented by the Airline Professionals Association (APA) Teamsters Local 1224.

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  • Death toll in Iraq bomb claimed by IS rises to 73

    Death toll in Iraq bomb claimed by IS rises to 73

    Iran's Foreign Ministry strongly condemned the attack The Islamic State is also fighting off a USA -backed offensive on its last remaining Iraq stronghold Mosul, in the northern part of the country. The Joint Operations Command in Baghdad issued a statement saying the lorry was packed with 500 litres of ammonium nitrate, a chemical compound used in many explosive devices.

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  • Trump not very interested in intelligence briefings

    Trump not very interested in intelligence briefings

    Critics say Trump, who has no national security and foreign policy experience, should take the occasion to study security matters. During the election, Trump was quoted saying, "I know more about ISIS than the generals do, believe me". Michael V. Hayden, who was the Central Intelligence Agency director when Obama was elected, also criticized Trump's behavior and compared him to Obama, who not only took part in regular briefings but also took dove deep on key subjects including the campaign ...

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  • Storm Otto kills nine in Costa Rica, moves out to Pacific

    In a tweet Costa Rica's president said that at least nine people had died and 2,500 people evacuated. The four fatalities were caused by a mudslide in Costa Rica's Guayabo de Bagaces in Guanacaste province, of whom three have been identified: the siblings Denis and Marisa Alvarado Mendes, and Ornaldo Obregon, the woman's husband.

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  • SC Governor Haley picked by Trump for UN Ambassador

    SC Governor Haley picked by Trump for UN Ambassador

    Haley is a "longstanding and true friend of Israel", wrote Danon in a statement that went on to note the governor's "outspoken [fight] against the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement in her state and throughout the U.S.". Trump says Haley "will be a great leader representing us on the world stage". Her trips overseas to lure jobs include a 2015 secretive trip to Sweden, which was followed weeks later by an announcement that Volvo would build its first US auto plant in SC in ...

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  • Boulder weather: Sunny skies and highs in the 50s over the weekend

    Boulder weather: Sunny skies and highs in the 50s over the weekend

    Wednesday Night: Cloudy with rain showers likely. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 41. South wind around 15 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 25 miles per hour. South wind around 10 miles per hour. Saturday , Nov. 26 - Showers and possibly a thunderstorm, mainly after 4 p.m. Chance of precipitation is 30%.

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  • Otto weakens to tropical storm after passing over Nicaragua

    In Panama, eight people had lost their lives during the storm in recent days, said Mr Jose Donderis, director of the national civil protection service. Neighbouring Costa Rica had ordered 4,000 people from the Caribbean coast. The Hurricane Watch Net ( HWN ) activated on Thanksgiving Day for Hurricane Otto.

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  • A look at 5 Trump business ties that pose conflicts

    But asked on Tuesday whether the USA would withdraw, he said: "I'm looking at it very closely. She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways". "If I thought he was a racist or alt-right", he said, "I wouldn't even think about hiring him". And, repeating himself with more certainty now, Trump has said he will not prosecute his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, which was an emotive issue among his supporters, some of whom responded angrily by talking of a "broken promise".

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  • Donald Trump offers HUD secretary job to Ben Carson

    Donald Trump offers HUD secretary job to Ben Carson

    A week ago, Williams said that the only way Carson would accept a cabinet position was if Trump could not find anyone else. The announcement arrives nearly 24 hours after President-Elect Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday, saying that he was " seriously considering " Carson to assume the position within the Administration.

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  • Clinton leads Trump by over two million in popular vote

    At the time, Gore's margin of victory in the popular vote was the largest for any candidate that had gone on to lose the election. In 2000, vice president Al Gore lost to George W. In a message timed to coincide with today's Thanksgiving holiday in the US, Mr Trump last night said he understood that "tensions just don't heal overnight".

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  • Aide: Trump didn't 'explode in anger' during media meeting

    Aide: Trump didn't 'explode in anger' during media meeting

    Trump concurred and repeated the point, though he said he dislikes the phrase "reset" because it reminds him of Clinton's initial outreach to Russian Federation when she was starting as secretary of state. "It was like a f--ing firing squad", The New York Post reported based on information obtained from those inside the meeting. Trump kept saying 'We're in a room of liars, the deceitful dishonest media who got it all wrong'.

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  • Britons could pay to keep European Union citizenship after Brexit, MEP says

    Dr Muscat also told Katya Adler that "in the United Kingdom it was fair game to bash Brussels, and then they should not be surprised if Brussels bashes them back" and that the European Parliament may decide to veto the final deal in 2019. He added: "I don't know if it will fly or not - there are big differences of view here in the Parliament". "The truth is that Brussels will try every trick in the book to stop us leaving", he told the Times .

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  • More Titles Have Been Added to Xbox Live's Black Friday Sale

    Which Xbox One Black Friday 2016 offers do you consider the best? Ready? Here they are. Black Friday has arrived, so I hope your wallet is ready for the deal-splosion happening at Amazon today. Microsoft features many deals on its lineup of Windows 10 Mobile devices too this Black Friday . These deals are available regardless of platform.

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  • Barack Obama Tours Greek Ruins in Athens

    Barack Obama Tours Greek Ruins in Athens

    But, he said, "democracy is bigger than any one person". President Obama's statement was during his final overseas trip to the Greek capital, Athens , hours before he arrives, for a trip that will somehow "calm the nerves". "We are very deferential and respectful of the fact that we already have a president of the United States, Barack Obama", Conway told reporters. "We cannot simply look to austerity as a strategy and it is incredibly important that the Greek people see improvements in ...

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  • Trump cancels meeting with New York Times

    Trump cancels meeting with New York Times

    Trump met Monday with representatives of the television networks. Trump's all-Twitter all-the-time habit got so bad that campaign manager Kellyanne Conway reportedly yanked his social media access in the days leading to the presidential election.

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  • Korea, Japan ink intel deal on N. Korea

    JAPAN and South Korea signed an agreement yesterday to share defense intelligence about North Korea, despite protests from opposition parties and activists in Seoul and strong criticism from China. The two nations had signed a preliminary intelligence-sharing pact on 15 November. South Korea says its intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan has taken effect after the two countries signed the pact to better monitor North Korea.

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  • Magnitude 7.0 offshore quake rattles El Salvador

    Magnitude 7.0 offshore quake rattles El Salvador

    Shaking was felt across the entire region, including Managua, the capital of Nicaragua, San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador, and San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica. The National Weather Service based in the United States said in a tweet that possible tsunami warnings could be issued for the Pacific coasts of El Salvador, Nicaragua and Honduras.

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  • 2 dead, 4 hospitalized in Louisville shootings

    2 dead, 4 hospitalized in Louisville shootings

    The injuries among those taken to University Hospital were not considered life threating, he said. Two were sent via ambulance and two were able to go in private vehicles. "To have people with guns so disrespect life, Shawnee Park, and neighborhood tradition is sad and has no place in our city", Fischer said in a Twitter post.

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  • German Chancellor Merkel says she's seeking a fourth term

    The principles that she as chancellor stands for include some that Trump did not advocate as a candidate. But her decision to let in more than one million asylum seekers over the last two years dented her support. While the globe braces for potentially radical changes in U.S. leadership under Trump, Britain is wrestling with the fallout from the Brexit vote, and France is facing a presidential poll in May that could see far-right candidate Marine Le Pen snatch victory.

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  • Trump admits 'some connectivity' between climate change and human activity

    I have an open mind to it". In his interview with The Times , Trump did not rule out the possibility of man-made climate change, unlike in the past when he dismissed climate change as an expensive, money-making hoax . "If you look at the history of climate change negotiations, actually it was initiated by the IPCC [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] with the support of the Republicans during the Reagan and senior Bush administration during the late 1980s", said Liu.

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  • Ankara stands by child marriage proposal despite uproar

    Civil marriage under the age of 18 is illegal in Turkey, but marriage between men and underage girls through a religious ceremony is common in some parts of the country. Ozgur Ozel from the opposition Republican People's Party ( CHP ) summed up the feelings of many when he said: "Sexual abuse is a crime and there is no consent in it.

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  • Volunteers help feed thousands on Thanksgiving

    Volunteers help feed thousands on Thanksgiving

    The turkey drive is sponsored by WLBK in partnership with First National Bank, Pardridge Insurance, Heritage Woods, Splash of Color, Genoa Automotive and state Rep. They expected to feed 1,500 people. "We are glad to be able to provide for those in need in the community". "Father, today we reminded for all we have to be thankful for and Lord here it's hard because a lot of people who come here don't have very much", Major Randal Summit said.

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  • Jo Cox's husband says Britain should be 'ashamed' of Thomas Mair

    Jo Cox's husband says Britain should be 'ashamed' of Thomas Mair

    Mair showed no emotion as the verdict was announced. The 41-year-old Labour member of Parliament was attacked in June outside a library as she prepared to meet residents of the area she represented in northern England. Investigators found an extensive collection of books on German military history, the Holocaust and Nazi race theory, and a bust of the eagle of Germany's Third Reich when they searched Mair's Birstall home.

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  • Don't Expect Any PlayStation VR Black Friday Deals

    The big box is offering a $20 price cut on the standard DualShock 4 , marking down the regular price to only $39.99. That's $80 in savings if you're interested. Game has a 500GB Xbox One S in storm grey bundled with Federation Internationale de Football Association 17 and Forza Horizon 3 for £249.99. At the moment, for example, Currys is offering an Xbox One for £167.97 - which comes with a code that allows you to download your choice of game from Rise of the Tomb Raider, Halo 5, Rare ...

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  • Tom Brady doesn't practice Wednesday ahead of Jets matchup

    Bennett made one reception for 14 yards last Sunday in the Patriots' 30-17 win against the San Francisco 49ers, and caught 39 passes for 518 yards and four touchdowns in 10 games this season. That includes a 26-20 win at the Meadowlands last December, which was their second win over Brady in their last five games. He comes in working, he challenges guys.

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  • Pelosi promises greater role for junior Democrats

    Pelosi promises greater role for junior Democrats

    Ryan is "pulling the fire alarm" for the Democratic party, urging others to act now if they hope to regain what was lost in the 2016 elections. "If Speaker Ryan presses forward with his plans to end Medicare as we know it, we will stand firmly and unified to stop him - just as we did in 2005 when President Bush tried to privatize Social Security", she said.

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  • Myanmar seeks ethnic cleansing of Rohingya minority, United Nations official says

    Myanmar seeks ethnic cleansing of Rohingya minority, United Nations official says

    Members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) stand guard on the bank of Naf River near the Bangladesh-Myanmar border to preventRohingya refugees from illegal border crossing, in Teknaf near Cox's Bazar , Bangladesh, on November 22, 2016. "Up to 50 women and girls of our village were tortured and raped ". Earlier this week, Human Rights Watch released satellite images which it said showed that more than 1,200 homes had been razed in Rohingya villages over the past six weeks.

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  • A look at what Colombia's peace deal may mean

    President Juan Manuel Santos and commander-in-chief of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia - FARC), Rodrigo Londoño Echeverry, alias "Timochenko", signed a new peace deal on the morning of November 24 in the Colombian capital of Bogotá.

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