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  • MATCH 8: Real Madrid vs Kashima Antlers - FCWC 2016

    Gaku Shibasaki equalized in the final minute of the first half and put his team ahead seven minutes after the break when he evaded three defenders on the edge of the box and fired a left-footed strike past an outstretched Keylor Navas. But Ronaldo stepped up and netted a hat-trick in remarkable fashion to secure a 4-2 win and the Club World Cup for the Zinedine Zidane tutored side.

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  • Assad allies say safe evacuation solution for Aleppo and towns still possible

    Assad allies say safe evacuation solution for Aleppo and towns still possible

    A video posted on social media showed fighters cheering as the vehicles burnt while celebratory gunfire rang out. He said some countries want to report to their capitals overnight. It earlier reported that Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, formerly al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front, had been holding them up. But just as a deal to go ahead with the evacuations was found and announced by both sides, gunmen attacked buses sent to take people out of Fuaa and Kafraya and torched them, a monitor said.

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  • Oil rises on Goldman forecast

    Oil rises on Goldman forecast

    The oil cartel's December 10 announcement that it had struck a landmark deal with Russian Federation and other major non-OPEC oil producers to curb production sent prices soaring. "The market is being moved by two major forces, the Opec and non-Opec agreements to cut supply are supportive while the strength of the U.S. dollar will limit how high prices can go".

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  • Evacuation of people from east Aleppo still suspended

    Evacuation of people from east Aleppo still suspended

    Evacuating the last rebel pocket in Aleppo had been scheduled to start on Wednesday, but was delayed by a day because of government objections, including over Fuaa and Kafraya. The International Committee of the Red Cross, supervising the evacuations, said it was looking into reports of shooting before the convoy was turned around.

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  • India names new military, spy chiefs

    India names new military, spy chiefs

    He was commissioned in the Fifth Battalion of the Eleven Gorkha Rifles in December 1978. Meanwhile, Air Marshal B.S. Dhanoa will be the new chief of air staff. He had previously commanded an infantry battalion, along the Line of Actual Control, and an infantry division in the Kashmir Valley. He headed the Indian brigade during the United Nations peacekeeping operation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2008.

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  • California's Fight with Uber's Self-Driving Car

    California's Fight with Uber's Self-Driving Car

    On Wednesday, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) had said that Uber was breaking the law by rolling out self-driving cars in San Francisco without their approval. That was an apparent reference to the company's policy that employees behind the wheel of the cars must constantly monitor them and be prepared to take over if the technology stops working, or is about to do something unsafe or illegal.

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  • 11 opposition legislators suspended from Telangana assembly

    11 opposition legislators suspended from Telangana assembly

    The opposition parties were unhappy over the delay that in disqualification of defected MLAs. According to sources in the Congress, the party made a decision to show their resentment over the suspension of their members and the MLAs who were not suspended stayed put in the House only to express their resentment.

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  • 7.9 magnitude earthquake strikes Papua New Guinea

    7.9 magnitude earthquake strikes Papua New Guinea

    The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there was a threat of a tsunami in Papua New Guinea and nearby areas. The natural disaster struck 60 km to the east of Taron, New Ireland, at 8.51 pm local time (1051 GMT) at a depth of some 75 km, the USGS said.

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  • GM to begin testing autonomous cars on Michigan public roads

    The automaker has been testing the self-driving Bolts on public roads in San Francisco and Scottsdale since June, with more than 40 autonomous vehicles logging miles in the two cities. GM workers will be adding to some of the Bolts cameras, sensors, Lidar, and other autonomous technology that will be tested out. Barra explained in a LinkedIn post that MI provides a lot of variety in terms of real-world testing conditions compared to its existing trial cities, including a "wide range of ...

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  • Final Push For Christmas Kettle Donations

    You see these people come in, and they are so excited. It gets the public excited too. "Eventually, she found full time employment, and we were able to survive". "In 1933 Franklin Roosevelt made owning gold illegal, and so to keep these you had to illegally keep them or many people sent them to relatives outside of the country", Anderson said.

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  • Two Women Prevent Robbery With Sex-Positive Self-Defense

    Two Women Prevent Robbery With Sex-Positive Self-Defense

    A true Christmas miracle. Amy said she believed the gun to be fake so she started yelling at the man, who eventually grabbed her. One of the sex toys appeared to sail just over his head, but a second struck him in the upper body. Police released surveillance video of the robbery, including images of the suspect outside the store with his face uncovered. "I think coming in and trying to get over on two females and not realizing that we're pretty feisty".

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  • FBI Agrees With CIA Assessment That Russia Wanted to Help Trump

    As CNN has reported, while there was a gap between intelligence agencies and the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the conclusiveness of evidence on Russia's intentions in hacking the elections, any gap is largely in the nuance in the way the Federal Bureau of Investigation and CIA view intelligence.

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  • Iran calls for P5+1 meeting over U.S. sanctions extension

    The renewal of ISA took effect on December 15 with a procedural protest from President Barack Obama, who made a decision to let the legislation become law without his signature. Although it has managed to significantly ramp up its oil exports, Tehran has struggled to rejoin the worldwide financial system because Washington has maintained a raft of other sanctions related to non-nuclear issues that have helped deter major Western banks from returning to Iran.

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  • Wisconsin electoral voters all expected to stick with Trump

    Wisconsin electoral voters all expected to stick with Trump

    I'll come back to this example in a minute. Imagine how these people would have behaved if Republicans had demanded Democrat electors not vote for Obama in 2008 or 2012. These most deadly adversaries of republican government might naturally have been expected to make their approaches from more than one quarter, but chiefly from the desire in foreign powers to gain an improper ascendant in our councils.

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  • Wreaths Across America ceremony set for Saturday

    This year, it is joined by Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Randolph. But for Lolita Asunción, the pain is still fresh. It takes place in more than 1,100 locations, in every state in the US and at 26 worldwide sites, Retired Army Col. It's one of Washington, D.C.'s most iconic events, but it's so much more than a mere tourist stop. Businessman Morrill Worcester made his first trip to the nation's capital as a 12-year-old newspaper boy from Harrington, Maine.

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  • Samsung to launch two new Virtual Reality Headsets soon

    Mixed reality devices such as the HoloLens are still miles from consumer-friendly price points, with the aforementioned Microsoft device priced at $3,000, which doesn't exactly scream affordable. According to Wearable Zone , Hong considers that AR has much better business development for Samsung . Samsung's VP also said that there are four general levels of AR, based on their interaction with the real world.

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  • India's 'Visaranai' out of Oscar race

    India's 'Visaranai' out of Oscar race

    The screenings took place between mid-October and December 12. The nine shortlisted foreign-language films will be screened by select Academy committees in Los Angeles , New York, and London between January 13-15, who will view three films per day.

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  • Communities Declaring Snow Emergencies and Parking Regulations

    No on-street parking allowed during this time. Parking is prohibited on all city streets during a snow emergency. The Snow Alert means the City will remove snow from Emergency Snow Routes after midnight tonight. This goes into effect at Midnight and goes until 8 a.m. and remains in effect until three (3) consecutive Midnight to 8 a.m. periods have elapsed, or the emergency is cancelled or extended.

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  • India oust Australia, storm into the final

    India oust Australia, storm into the final

    Hendry injected the ball, the first shot was saved but it was Tom Craig who stepped up for Australia and scored on the rebound to put the ball in the back of the net just inside the left post. Then, Harmanpreet Singh scored the victor for India in the 66th minute with a vicious Penalty Corner strike. Trailing by a goal, India went all out attacking in search of the equaliser and their efforts bore fruit in the 42nd minute through a fierce reverse shot strike from Gurjant from a tight ...

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  • Dems: Education nominee DeVos must pay $5.3M election fine

    Dems: Education nominee DeVos must pay $5.3M election fine

    Brown, Bernie Sanders and three other Democratic senators wrote a letter this week urging Betsy DeVos to pay a fine levied by the Ohio Elections Commission eight years ago. "When a student borrower defaults, it has serious ramifications that haunt that student for years - yet when DeVos's PAC defaulted on its fine for violating the law, they just walked away", said Sen.

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  • I Feel Like Resigning: Advani

    I Feel Like Resigning: Advani

    An anguished BJP veteran L K Advani remarked in Lok Sabha on the penultimate day of the Winter Session of Parliament that he felt like resigning today, exasperated over its virtual washout on the note ban issue. adjourned for no reason". "I want to ask both the Trinamool Congress and the Left Front whether they are with the Congress on the Agusta scam and the money laundering sting operation", he added.

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  • Aleppo evacuation suspended leaving thousands trapped

    Aleppo evacuation suspended leaving thousands trapped

    A convoy of ambulances carrying the first group of wounded and other civilians began leaving eastern Aleppo on Thursday, marking the start of the long-awaited pullout from the last rebel enclave in the embattled Syrian city. De Mistura said there were "not enough" United Nations observers on the ground at present. And Russia has announced its role in the evacuation of civilians from Aleppo is over - but the Syrian army will continue the operation.

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  • Boy, 12, 'tried to detonate nail bomb' in Germany

    Due to German law regarding minors and criminal responsibility, the 12-year-old boy who was born in Ludwigshafen and was of Iraqi descent was not arrested or charged with any criminal wrongdoing but instead sent to foster care. A market visitor called the police after finding the backpack and specialists defused the device, the report said. Ms Merkel's spokesman, Steffen Seibert, would not comment on details of the case but said it was a "startling case to everyone, and I think the proper ...

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  • Winter storm to bring snow, bitter cold to Wisconsin

    Winter storm to bring snow, bitter cold to Wisconsin

    It's expected for the precipitation to become all snow again before the advisory ends Saturday . There is a chance for freezing rain Friday night, turning to rain as temperatures rise Saturday morning. Partly sunny skies are expected today, with a high near 21. The advisory from the Pittsburgh area is in effect from 10 p.m. Friday until 1 p.m.

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  • White House suggests Putin was involved in US hacking

    White House suggests Putin was involved in US hacking

    Just hours before he heads to Hawaii with his family for his last Christmas as president, Obama will hold his traditional year-end press conference at 2:15 pm (1915 GMT). "One of the things we're going to have to do over the next decade", he said, is find an global understanding on rules involving what has become "a new game".

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  • Bank of England keeps interest rate on hold

    On Thursday, BoE officials noted sterling had appreciated by over 6 percent since its latest forecasts in November. Reacting to the Monetary Policy Committee's unanimous vote in favour of maintaining the historic low rates and continuing its asset purchasing programme, unsurprised economists predicted the need for additional stimulus from the bank in 2017 in anticipation of "disappointing growth" in the UK.

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  • Gunmen loot Rs 11 lakh from Kashmir bank

    Gunmen loot Rs 11 lakh from Kashmir bank

    No arrests could be made. Robbery cases have surged in the valley since the PM Narendra Modi on November 8 annnounced to demonetize the higher denomination currency notes. The J&K police has linked one incident to demonetisation, saying the militant groups were facing cash crunch. On October 25, gunmen looted Rs. 2.25 lakhs from J&K Bank's Kardar branch in southern Kulgam district.

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  • Kanye West Breaks Silence on Donald Trump Meeting

    Kanye West Breaks Silence on Donald Trump Meeting

    President-elect Donald Trump has tapped ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson to lead the State Department, dismissing concerns about the businessman's close ties to Russian Federation and bringing a long public audition process to a conclusion. Lewis and Brown were there for a meeting with Pastor Darrell Scott, Manigault and Bruce Levell, all of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, as well the President-elect.

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  • Trump rewards Michigan party chair with national role

    McDaniel is the chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party and a niece of former MA governor Mitt Romney, the GOP's 2012 presidential nominee. McDaniel will serve as deputy chair until current chairman Reince Priebus transitions to his role as Trump's chief of staff.

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  • Smoking, drinking and drug usage among teens decreasing

    Smoking, drinking and drug usage among teens decreasing

    For example, 14 percent of 12th graders said they used an illicit drug, compared to 18 percent in 2013. The study , " Monitoring the Future ", published December 13 by the National Institute on Drug Abuse , which is under the National Institutes of Health, brought good news concerning prescriptions of pain relievers such as OxyContin.

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  • Winter weather advisory to begin Friday night

    Winter weather advisory to begin Friday night

    A 20-percent chance of light snow returns Sunday, with a daytime high of 15-degrees expected, and both the temperatures and the chance of snow edge up on Monday, when the chance of snow rises to 30-percent and a high temperature of 23 is predicted.

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  • Fox's Monica Crowley Tapped by Trump Admin

    Fox's Monica Crowley Tapped by Trump Admin

    According to her bio on Fox News , Crowley first joined the network as a political and worldwide affairs analyst in 1998 but left in 2004. The role Crowley is expected to fill is now occupied in Obama's White House by Ben Rhodes , who has been an influential player on foreign policy issues and a close adviser to the president.

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  • Snapchat Groups are finally here

    Recipients of direct messages had to be selected one by one. If there's one thing Snapchat has always been missing, it's the ability to have group chats - but all that is about to change with the app's latest update. When your friends are present in a Group Chat, we show their name at the bottom of the Chat. It boasts a bevy of location-based filters, titles, stickers, and highlighter colors; public Stories comprised of chronological snaps; a Discover channel of ad-supported short-form ...

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  • Death Toll in Istanbul Bombings Rises to 44, Most of Them Police

    Witnesses and authorities said the attacks - a vehicle bombing and a suicide blast - targeted security officers two hours after a football (soccer) match ended. A VOA reporter in Istanbul , Dorian Jones, said the nature of the attack - targeting police after the match ended, rather than masses of spectators - suggested it might have been staged by outlawed Kurdish militants.

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  • STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Casts THE WALKING DEAD Actress As Lead

    Despite her new job, Entertainment Weekly said the actress will continue to appear as a series regular on The Walking Dead where she has played Sasha since Season 3. According to the Los Angeles Times , she will play a character called Lt. Cmdr. The casting of Star Trek has ended its long search for the right actress for the latest CBS All Access drama.

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