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  • Malaysia slams Myanmar over Rohingya 'genocide'

    The foreign ministry said that since hundreds of thousands of Rohingya had fled the largely Buddhist country in recent years, including around 56,000 to Malaysia, the issue was of global concern. Last week, Bangladesh's Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said that "on humanitarian grounds" Bangladesh would allow some Rohingyas who are fleeing violence in Myanmar to enter Bangladesh.

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  • Red Sox agree to get Chris Sale from White Sox

    All of those players, including Sale , are set to be free agents before the 2020 season. This move will help shore up the rotation for the White Sox in the long haul and the infield immediately. Additionally, multiple Major League sources said there have been preliminary talks about White Sox slugger Jose Abreu as the Rockies attempt to boost run production at the position.

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  • Lions using productive paranoia to surge atop the NFC North

    That score stood until 13:32 left in the game, when John Kuhn dove over from 1 yard out, allowing the Saints to close to within 19-13. We just know how to adapt and adjust and move forward. When the Lions kept only four receivers, Jones was beaten out by Andre Roberts for the final spot, cut and eventually signed to the Detroit practice squad.

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  • Kejriwal, Shivraj, Patnaik reach Chennai to pay tributes to Jaya

    Kejriwal, Shivraj, Patnaik reach Chennai to pay tributes to Jaya

    He said Jayalalithaa who was hailed as "Puratchi Thalaivi" (Revolutionary Leader) had taken numerous initiatives, in terms of welfare of the poor, women and the marginalised community in India. Her grave is located next to that of her mentor, MG Ramachandran. As " Amma " to millions and AIADMK Supremo J Jayalalithaa was laid to rest on Tuesday, condolences messages poured in from Sri Lanka to the U.S.

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  • Japanese leader Abe to visit Pearl Harbor with Obama

    Von Hasseln said for his parent's generation, it was remembering where they were when they heard about Pearl Harbor . "We could have lost that war". "And one thing he did say, 'we're going to go for complete surrender". In fact, he was involved in what is considered by some to be the turning point in that war, the invasion of Normandy. "I was there at D-Day, the day it started", Banks "I went to the European (Theatre), England and Germany".

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  • Electoral College is anti-democratic

    Suppose presidential candidates engaged in a national election instead of one focused on the outcome in each state: The airwaves would be even more inundated with ads in a campaign waged nearly entirely in the media. Each of us is a citizen of a Sovereign State, not the Federation of The United States. "A lot of them are telling me to vote for Hillary...a majority of them..." According to the National Conference of State Legislatures , about 30 of the 50 states have passed laws ...

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  • Hokies fall short in ACC Championship game, 42-35

    It was Clemson's second straight title. Evans drove his team to the Clemson 23-yard line, where the drive ended when Tigers cornerback Cordrea Tankersley intercepted a pass on fourth-and-6. "But low and behold as the season progressed we're going uh oh, there's really a chance that both of our teams are going to be in the game, so here we are".

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  • Arizona Cardinals keep pulse after 31-23 victory

    The Cardinals avoided what would have been the team's first three-game losing streak since coach Bruce Arians came to the desert four seasons ago. For the team's sudden ascension to continue, though, Arizona knows it will need to bring the same "no risk it, no biscuit" mindset to the field from here on out.

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  • Iran demands that Obama allow US sanctions to expire

    U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, who was also at the conference, said Salehi also "raised Iran's concerns" during a meeting between the two men. Still, while he believes the Iran deal is imperfect, he said in a speech in April he believed the USA would isolate itself if it gave up on the deal.

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  • French President Francois Hollande Says He Won't Seek Re-Election

    French President Francois Hollande Says He Won't Seek Re-Election

    President Francois Hollande surprised government leaders and French citizens on Thursday with his announcement that he's made a decision to leave office next year. Mr. Hollande said he had only one regret of his presidency: proposing a constitutional amendment after the Paris attacks in November 2015 to strip French citizenship from dual-nationals convicted of terrorism.

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  • Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa dies aged 68 after suffering cardiac arrest

    Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa dies aged 68 after suffering cardiac arrest

    Jayalalithaa had gone into cardiac arrest on Sunday night, the Apollo Hospital in Chennai said, following her admission with fever and dehydration in September. Following news of her cardiac arrest, thousands of AIADMK supporters had thronged the hospital and kept a vigil. Television footage showed crowds praying for the chief minister, who is known simply as " Amma " (mother), many of them in tears.

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  • Green Party sues for Pennsylvania vote recount

    Green Party sues for Pennsylvania vote recount

    The ruling, which was announced around 12:30 a.m. Monday, will make it more likely for recount efforts to be completed ahead of the December 13 deadline. Former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein and her campaign will take the plea for a presidential vote recount in Pennsylvania to federal court.

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  • How Trump plans to punish firms that leave US

    Trump said he'd impose a 35 percent tax , called a tariff, on companies that close USA factories, cut American jobs, then relocate overseas and try to sell their products back to the United States. It is believed most of these jobs will come from the fan coil line that produces electric furnaces. "Stay tuned. Be ready", Pence said on NBC's "Meet the Press".

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  • Trump renews defense of his call with Taiwan leader

    Trump renews defense of his call with Taiwan leader

    Vice President-elect Mike Pence has utilized State Department briefings ahead of calls with foreign leaders but, according to Kerry, Trump himself has not. It has also imposed strict controls on Chinese moving money out of the country. He also opposes the Trans Pacific Partnership, which effectively leaves the future trade relationship with China undecided.

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  • Kerala Declares Holiday To Mourn Jayalalithaa's Demise

    Kerala Declares Holiday To Mourn Jayalalithaa's Demise

    Jayalalithaa was 13 when she began her film career and quickly became known as a romantic lead in numerous almost 150 Tamil-language movies that she worked on. There was vitriolic opposition to Jayalalithaa's ascendancy in Tamil politics, especially from the DMK. But she countered all that. She was Tamil Nadu's chief minister for more than 15 years, and was praised for her efforts in fighting rural poverty.

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  • Turkey and Russia Want Cease-Fire in Syria: Turkish Official

    Turkey and Russia Want Cease-Fire in Syria: Turkish Official

    Erdogan had said Tuesday at a meeting in Istanbul in support of the Palestinians: "We went in there to put an end to the rule of the tyrant Assad who carries out state terror, not for anything else". Company founder Aydin Dogan has clashed with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in the past and the conglomerate has faced multibillion-dollar tax fines.

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  • Gore has 'interesting' conversation with Trump

    Gore has 'interesting' conversation with Trump

    The bid to reach Ivanka comes from a belief that she is the most reasonable among Trump's children, most of whom have expressed the same risky and flip-flopping views of their dad. To assuage fears, the president-elect said last week he will separate himself from his business dealings in due time and promised a press conference with his children on December 15 to discuss the matter at length.

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  • World AIDS Day recognizes progress, work that remains

    As we prepare for this name change, we'll share updates and feedback we receive. The official added that there is no reason to discriminate among people living with the virus, stressing that HIV is not different from other non-communicable diseases like hypertension, diabetes and other chronic diseases.

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  • Massive Cambridge fire causes building collapse, several others burning

    Massive Cambridge fire causes building collapse, several others burning

    DePasquale, city manager. "The investigative team has identified an area of origin on or near 35-37 Berkshire Street". Check back for further details as they develop. The fire was contained at about 8 p.m. Saturday. "No one was seriously injured". According to WCVB , the building that collapsed was under construction, and officials believe the fire started in that structure.

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  • Security stepped up on Los Angeles rail system after reported threat

    Members of the public have been alerted ahead of the potential threat. The Los Angeles Police Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation stepped up security Monday across the L.A. "We're working not only with local law enforcement partners and global partners but also with the private sector to make sure this information that's passed on is relevant", Fike said.

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  • Trump expands list of candidates to head State Dep't

    The candidates "need to understand that their first responsibility as secretary of state would be to implement and adhere to the president-elect's America First foreign policy, if you will, his view of the world", Conway said. "This week we'll have additional interviews with other candidates for secretary of state and other cabinet positions and deputy cabinet positions as well".

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  • Microsoft's newest chatbot lives on Kik

    Microsoft's newest chatbot lives on Kik

    The company is testing "Zo", as spotted by MSPowerUser , on the Kik messaging platform. A chatbot is a type of software program that users can communicate and interact with via writing or speaking. Microsoft tested in March another chatbot called Tay on Twitter. Tay absorbed various racist conversations on Twitter and began to speak to others in a similar offensive manner.

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  • Trump expands list of candidates to head State Department

    Petraeus told "This Week" with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday. 'Perhaps the best-known case in recent history here is Gen. Petraeus - who shared information that was far more highly classified than I ever did with journalists'. Still, Trump argued that her handling of classified information was " disqualifying " and used the investigation as evidence that she was untrustworthy.

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  • Tamil Nadu leader Jayalalitha suffers heart attack

    Security has been stepped up across the city to attend any eventuality and buses plying out of Chennai have been reduced and security in the capital has been tightened. President Pranab Mukherjee wished Jayalalithaa a speedy recovery. However, as recently as 16 November, Jayalalithaa herself released a statement saying she had taken rebirth and thanked her well-wishers for their prayers.

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  • PSX 2016 - The Dawning comes to Destiny: Rise of Iron

    PSX 2016 - The Dawning comes to Destiny: Rise of Iron

    It brings back the Sparrow Racing League and adds a bunch of new Sparrows and other Gear. Along with the new tracks are the snazzy Sparrows and we've posted images of those below. The Dawning update will be bring back the super popular exotic sniper, The Ice Breaker. "Celebrate your Light when The Dawning arrives on December 13th".

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  • Saints' defense continues to struggle as Lions lead

    If there was any disappointment, it was that the Saints defender got through unblocked to blow up the run by Theo Riddick . On Sunday, Austin took those lemons, stuffed them into a sock and beat the Saints with that sock until he juiced the lemons and made lemonade.

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  • At least 21 killed in Idlib province airstrikes

    Nineteen people were killed in airstrikes in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib on Sunday, the Aleppo Media Center activist group said, as government forces kept pounding the neighboring city of Aleppo to try to retake it from rebels.

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  • Don't defame the army, says Bengal Governor; Mamata hits back

    Letters from the Army issued to various state government agencies November 23 onwards indicate that it had "intimated" the state government about its intent to conduct its exercise. "It is highly deplorable". Even for mock drills, the army normally keeps the state administration posted, she said. Accusing the Centre of "deploying the Army" along a highway toll plaza at the second Hooghly Bridge, about 500 metres from the Secretariat "Nabanna" in neighbouring Howrah district, Banerjee had ...

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  • Authorities to conditionally move from bridge near pipeline protest

    Interior Secretary Sally JewellSally JewellFeds deny permit for Dakota Access pipeline Green groups urge Obama admin to act before Trump takes office Penn Center, site of historic school for freed slaves, deserves to be a national monument MORE released a statement in support of the decision, saying it is in line with federal laws created to assess environmental impacts of infrastructure projects.

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  • Putin confident Trump will make responsible decisions

    Putin confident Trump will make responsible decisions

    He said that Mr Trump's business accomplishments show him to be a "smart man". Addressing Russia's relations with the West, Mr Putin told NTV that attempts to create a unipolar world - in which one state has economic, military, and cultural dominance - had failed.

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  • First Lady hails Kenya's strides in HIV/Aids fight

    People light candles to mark World Aids Day in Quezon cit y, Metro Manila, Philippines yesterday. Besides, an attempt to cover young people in the country by linking the national AIDS initiatives and the Rashtriya Kishor Swasthya Karyakram, would be more than a much-needed step in the direction towards controlling the disease.

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  • Pakistani air force chief warns India against full-scale war

    Pakistani air force chief warns India against full-scale war

    A number of other people in the bus were injured. But after meeting with Pakistani officials, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told reporters in Islamabad that it was up to the two South Asian countries to resolve the crisis and that Britain should not "prescribe a solution or act as a mediator".

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  • No Verdict After Third Day of Deliberations in Michael Slager Trial

    They were unusual developments in the much-watched case of Slager, the fired North Charleston policeman charged with murder in the shooting death of unarmed black motorist Walter Scott. The juror added he was not about to change his mind. The 12 jurors-11 white and one black-heard testimony from 55 witnesses during the month-long trial.

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  • 'It's impossible to believe': Neymar mourns fatal crash

    'It's impossible to believe': Neymar mourns fatal crash

    Colombia's president reached out to his counterpart in Brazil. In his message to the Brazilian President Michel Temer , the Seychellois head of state said this was "an unprecedented tragedy". There is nothing like this news. "It is very hard, a very great tragedy". It still doesn't seem real. "That God comforts us in this time of mourning".

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  • Security Council imposes new sanctions on North Korea

    North Korea "categorically" rejects the latest UN Security Council sanctions against the country, an article published by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Thursday reported . Resolution 2321 is created to further stifle Pyongyang's financial and maritime networks, diplomatic activities and overseas labor exports, while levying a new embargo on sales of statues, helicopters, ships and other items.

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  • Mother found dead after Gatlinburg fire, daughters believed dead

    But on Saturday, the devestating news broke: Reed's wife, Constance, and his daughters, Lily and Chloe, are believed to be dead, according to multiple media outlets who have spoken with the family. Constance, Chloe and Lily didn't have a vehicle to escape in, but Michael says he hoped they found a ride. Those interested in donating can make donations at any Fifth Third bank location for the Reed Family Benefit Fund.

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  • Southern plagues: Drought, flood, fire and now killer storms

    Southern plagues: Drought, flood, fire and now killer storms

    The adults were listed in critical condition, said DeKalb County Emergency management director Anthony Clifton to NBC News . Three people were killed in Alabama when a confirmed EF2 tornado touched down in Rosalie, Alabama . He said NWS had received reports of some tree damage and that personnel would be in Carroll County to pinpoint the path of what he referred to as a "potential tornado".

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  • House passes defense bill with Arsenal provisions

    House passes defense bill with Arsenal provisions

    The US National Defence Authorisation Act for fiscal year 2017 was passed in the House of Representatives yesterday. The House on Friday easily passed this year's annual defense policy bill with bipartisan support in a 375-34 vote. The defense legislation also authorizes a 2.1 percent pay raise for the troops a half-percentage point higher than the Pentagon requested in its budget presentation.

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