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  • World War II bomb found in Germany forces 54000 people to evacuate

    World War II bomb found in Germany forces 54000 people to evacuate

    The city of 287,000 was quiet early Sunday as apparently many residents had already left their apartments on Christmas Eve. It is the country's biggest evacuation for an unexploded bomb since the end of the war. Unexploded bombs from World War II frequently turns up in German communities, and sometimes authorities are forced to evacuate small areas to dispose of the unsafe explosives.

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  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints

    Mark Ingram rushed for 90 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries to help the Saints avenge a previous loss to the Bucs with a 31-24 win on Christmas Eve. They're down 31-21 in the fourth quarter. The Bucs forced a Saints punt, and Winston moved his team into scoring range. With a shootout ensuing, New Orleans ended the 3rd quarter by marching down the field.

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  • Military plane disappears from radar near Sochi

    Military plane disappears from radar near Sochi

    Russia's transport minister said investigators were looking into an "entire spectrum" of possible reasons the crash occurred, including the possibility of a terror attack. Russian Federation - a key ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad - has been carrying out air strikes against what it described as terrorist groups.

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  • Constitutional crisis in the Order of Malta

    Constitutional crisis in the Order of Malta

    The statement did not elaborate. The Rome daily paper Il Messaggero reported last Sunday that the gathering's pioneers were vexed that von Boeselager chose not to see to the appropriation of condoms in offices keep running by the request in the creating scene.

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  • Harrison Ford and other Hollywood stars react to Carrie Fisher's heart attack

    Harrison Ford and other Hollywood stars react to Carrie Fisher's heart attack

    Passengers on the flight tweeted of the incident, included YouTuber Anna Akana . The LAX police department, meanwhile, told the paper that they responded to scene, where paramedics were performing CPR on Fisher. She's now on tour promoting her book The Princess Diarist, which is behind the scenes recollection of what happened during the filming the first Star Wars movie.

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  • New Google-Powered Smartwatches Set to Launch in 2017

    New Google-Powered Smartwatches Set to Launch in 2017

    The news comes from an exclusive interview that The Verge had with Jeff Chang , product manager of Android Wear at Google . Perhaps not as aggressively as the Google Pixel, but being Google-branded devices, we can hope to expect widespread availability fairly soon after the first release .

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  • Demonetisation is economic looting, Rahul Gandhi blasts PM Modi

    Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi once again criticised the Narendra Modi government on Saturday for "breaking the backbone of Himachal Pradesh's economy" by demonetisation. "I fail to understand why Modi is not revealing the list of those with Swiss bank accounts". "Pretty much unconditionally we are ready to have a discussion he said", flanked by the leader of 16 parties.

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  • USA mortgage rates spike to reach 2-year high

    Rates have surged since the November 8 election of Donald Trump. Mortgage rates continue to be driven higher by the consensus forecast of tax cuts and fiscal stimulus that spur faster economic growth and higher inflation in 2017. Monthly payments on a 10-year fixed-rate refi at 3.25 percent would cost $977.19 per month for every $100,000 you borrow. Nationwide averages on 30-year fixed and 15-year fixed refinances both climbed higher.

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  • Trump picks Sean Spicer for press secretary

    Trump picks Sean Spicer for press secretary

    President-elect Donald Trump set off alarms on Thursday when he tweeted that the USA should "expand its nuclear capability". Trump also filled the other major roles of his press operation, giving the top slots to his most loyal and senior communications advisers from the campaign.

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  • WTI Oil Prices Edge Higher Ahead of Holiday Weekend

    WTI Oil Prices Edge Higher Ahead of Holiday Weekend

    Marketmen said the fall in crude oil futures was mostly attributed to trimming of positions at the futures trade in tandem with a weak trend in Asian trade. Nigeria and Libya were also exempted from the planned output cut due to internal conflicts which have already decreased their crude production. They say the subsidy cuts, which are aimed at containing Riyadh's deepening budget deficit, could ultimately lead to more crude exports.

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  • Tesla Autopilot Upgrades Could Start Rolling Out In The Next Week

    Tesla Autopilot Upgrades Could Start Rolling Out In The Next Week

    After a thoroughly successful year for American automobile maker and energy storage company Tesla Motors despite a couple of setbacks, company chief executive Elon Musk has now recently announced his initial plans for the coming year. Once the software is ready, Teslas will be capable of fully autonomous driving, or "Level 5", as it's called in the industry. However, the new update set for next week will turn on them on, giving the vehicle more self-driving capabilities.

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  • At least 140 buildings on fire in wind-swept blaze in Japan

    At least 140 buildings on fire in wind-swept blaze in Japan

    The site is in a shopping area at the north side of JR Hokuriku Shinkansen's Itoigawa Station. Smoke rises from houses and buildings during the fire. The magnitude of the blaze, which quickly burned 40,000 square meters of the city on the Sea of Japan coast prompted Emperor Akihito to express his sympathy for people affected by the biggest fire in 20 years not caused by a natural disaster.

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  • Browns hold on for first victory of the season

    The 2008 Detroit Lions remain the only 0-16 team in league history. The Browns won their first game since beating the 49ers with Johnny Manziel in December of 2015. The normally reliable Lambo pushed his kick right. On the very next play, Johnson scampered down the field for a 22-yard gain down to the Chargers' eight-yard line.

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  • 5000 migrants died in Mediterranean in 2016, UN

    Around 400 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean on Thursday in operations by the European Union's naval force, the Italian coastguard said. These latest tragedies bring the number of casualties in the Mediterranean this year to over 5,000.

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  • United Nations approves Syrian war crimes investigation team

    A UN Commission of Inquiry set up in 2011 has submitted several reports detailing atrocities committed during the war that has killed more than 310,000 people. The resolution takes "one meaningful step", Wenaweser said, in establishing a new body "to closely coordinate" with the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria , which was established by the Geneva-based U.N.

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  • Police investigate Facebook Live arrest of mother in Fort Worth

    Police investigate Facebook Live arrest of mother in Fort Worth

    The officer involved in a violent encounter with a mother and daughter captured on Facebook Live has been placed on restrictive duty, the police department stated. Craig, 46, was charged with resisting arrest and for outstanding traffic warrants, police said. Lee Merritt , a civil rights lawyer representing Craig and her daughters, tweeted on December 22: "Jacquelin Craig and her two teenage daughters are finally headed home!" But when the cop turned up, he brutalized the woman and ...

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  • Suspected plane hijackers surrender in Malta

    Suspected plane hijackers surrender in Malta

    Seven crew members were also on board the flight. In a series of tweets , the 42-year-old politician alerted the world to the hijacking of the Afriqiyah Airways flight with 118 on board. The plane's engines were still running. Malta is a European island nation about 220 miles north of the Libyan capital of Tripoli. His office confirmed that a negotiating team was on standby at Malta International Airport awaiting instructions from the prime minister, who was in a meeting with the ...

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  • Month Old Baby Missing Out of North St. Louis County

    Month Old Baby Missing Out of North St. Louis County

    She is white with blonde hair. A police alert issued Thursday described their identities as "unknown" and it's unclear why the alert wasn't issued until Thursday or when the baby was reported missing. Police are still looking for the stolen van and two persons of interest. The suspect vehicle is a dark gray 2006 Chrysler Town and Country minivan bearing Missouri registration PN4-R7B, last seen at Church's Chicken in Normandy.

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  • Winter storm warning through noon Friday

    Winter storm warning through noon Friday

    Friday to 10 p.m. Saturday, with 2-4 inches expected in the valleys. Freezing rain is the primary concern in CT, with the sleet staying further to the north in MA and in higher elevations. Night and morning dense fog returns Monday and continues into midweek. Additionally, some snow, sleet or freezing rain may continue Monday in northern Pennsylvania, northern New England and parts of central and upstate NY.

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  • Aaron Hernandez Identified As Shooter In Double-Murder

    Aaron Hernandez Identified As Shooter In Double-Murder

    Prosecutors claimed that the two men were killed by Hernandez after one of them bumped into him at a Boston nightclub. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty in the deaths of Safiro Furtado and Daniel de Abreu and apparently this latest ploy is an effort to poison evidence found in the phone calls.

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  • Suspect arrested after 3-year-old shot dead in vehicle

    Suspect arrested after 3-year-old shot dead in vehicle

    Holmes turned himself in because he knew that they were looking for him". King-Macon had driven to a JCPenney , but only realized what happened to her grandson after she found him slumped over in the back of the auto. Macon-King reportedly thought the man had fired into the air. When he got back in the auto, she told police that Holmes said, "That's what you get for following me around", according to the affidavit.

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  • In fresh tweets, Trump attacks former President Bill Clinton

    In fresh tweets, Trump attacks former President Bill Clinton

    But because of the way the electoral college system works in the U.S., it was Trump who emerged the victor. Five of the Republican wins were much larger than Trump's in the Electoral College. That's important, as right now Democratic and Republican presidential nominees ignore the vast majority of states . A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win the presidency.

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  • Oscar Dumps Chelsea For Chinese Side Shanghai SIPG For Around £60m

    Oscar Dumps Chelsea For Chinese Side Shanghai SIPG For Around £60m

    During Oscar's four-and-a-half years with Chelsea, the midfielder scored 38 goals in 203 games. He will complete his move "at the beginning of the January transfer window", the English club said in a statement. The Gunners boss may well have a point, but it is unlikely Chelsea will be seeing it as an issue as they receive a reported £60 million for a fringe player.

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  • Putin says Turkey ambassador murder is ploy to wreck Syrian peace process

    Putin says Turkey ambassador murder is ploy to wreck Syrian peace process

    The ambassador, Andrei Karlov, was several minutes into his speech at the embassy-sponsored exhibition in the capital, Ankara, when the gunman fired at least eight shots, according to an AP photographer in the audience. The three foreign ministers have agreed to facilitate a deal between the Syrian government and the opposition, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said after their meeting on Tuesday.

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  • Obama Aiming to End

    Obama Aiming to End "Outdated" Visitor Registry Program Before Trump Takes Over

    Last month, almost 200 organizations concerned that the incoming President may revive NSEERS asked Obama to abolish the program before he leaves office. The Obama administration Thursday rescinded the regulatory framework for a widely criticized travel registration system that has been dormant for five years after officials deemed it redundant and ineffective.

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  • Leonard Fournette, Christian McCaffrey skipping bowls

    Big name schools convince high quality players to come play for them for one season before they enter the NBA Draft, and in exchange they attend a semester of classes and don't get paid. Former Notre Dame Fighting Irish linebacker Jaylon Smith was seen as a possible top-five pick in the 2016 draft before suffering a knee injury in the Fiesta Bowl.

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  • Met Eireann issues its Christmas advance weather forecast

    The gusts could cause chaos on the roads for the 3.5 million drivers predicted to be planning a Christmas getaway on Friday , with 3.8 million expected to take to the roads on Christmas Eve. Gales are likely at times along the west coast and the northern Isles with winds reaching around 55mph. The agency says there is the potential for some structural damage as well as disruption to power supplies and travel.

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  • The Mormon Tabernacle Choir will sing at Trump's inauguration

    The Mormon Tabernacle Choir will sing at Trump's inauguration

    Bush . The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has accepted an invitation from the U.S. Presidential Inauguration Committee to sing at the swearing in ceremony of President-elect Donald Trump on January 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C. So who is actually performing? Mark Burnett, who produces "Celebrity Apprentice" with Trump and has been overseeing entertainment for inauguration festivities, has brought in talent recruiter Suzanne Bender, a former "Dancing With the Stars" and "American Idol" booker, ...

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  • 50k fine if flights drop human waste from air

    50k fine if flights drop human waste from air

    On-the-spot inspections will be introduced to check an aircraft's human waste tanks are not empty upon landing. "If any aircraft is found to be violating such circular, they shall be subjected to environment compensation of Rs 50,000 per default", the bench said.

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  • Cybersecurity firm: Russian military intelligence unit tied to DNC hack

    Cybersecurity firm: Russian military intelligence unit tied to DNC hack

    DNC had hired cyber security firm CrowdStrike to probe the hack. "We have only seen [X-Agent] used by FANCY BEAR". But the bureau has not publicly drawn the link to the GRU. Ukrainian artillery forces lost more than 50% of their weapons in the two years of fighting, and more than 80% of their D-30 guns. Thursday's report provides a direct line between the information operations carried out against American political organizations, and the ongoing armed conflict in eastern Ukraine.

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  • James Taylor Cancels Concert in Manila Due to Philippines President's Drug War

    Andanar explained that the survey result showing a great majority of our people - 70 percent - said the Duterte administration is serious about solving the problem on death under investigation (dui) in the country supports this premise. Gascon said the new team will " look into any matter that may further shed light on the killings in Davao that was the subject matter of our previous investigation ".

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  • Bond set for man charged in Greenville church burning

    In October a year ago, a black man was charged with setting two in a string of seven church fires in St. Louis, Mo . Mike Chaney , the MS insurance commissioner and state fire marshal, told the wire service it was possible the vandalism was an act of misdirection.

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  • Ikea to pay $50M to families of toddlers killed by dressers

    Theodore "Ted" McGee, 22 months, died in February 2016 when the Malm dresser in his Apple Valley, Minnesota, room tipped over. In several of its other wrongful death lawsuits, Ikea contends that families are to blame for deaths due to not anchoring the dressers to the wall like the instructions suggest.

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  • Trump tweets support for increased nuclear capabilities

    Trump made the statement on Twitter, without providing details or context, a day after meeting a group of Pentagon top brass, and shortly after President Putin called for Russian Federation to reinforce its own nuclear capabilities. Donald Trump's latest Tweet about nuclear weapons has got a lot of people on edge. "At some point, we can not be the policemen of the world", Trump told The New York Times in March.

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  • Brian Williams Frets Berlin Attack will 'Tilt' Election Against Merkel

    In Tunisia, Amri's family expressed disbelief on hearing that he was wanted across Europe. Revelations that the authorities had monitored Amri - and marked him for deportation - are also fueling anger in Germany. Amri left Tunisia after the 2011 revolution and lived in Italy for three years, a Tunisian security source said. The authorities had employed similar measures in July, after a man drove a rented, refrigerated truck weighing about 20 tons into a crowd in Nice, France.

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  • Syrian government says recapture of Aleppo complete

    The government calls all armed opposition fighters terrorists. Another UN official said 750 people had so far been evacuated from Foua and Kefraya. For Syria's opposition, Thursday's events are nothing short of a catastrophe. At the same time, Lavrov said at the start of talks with Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif that "if the organisers of this terror attack were aiming to derail the fight against terrorists in general and today's meeting in particular, they have not ...

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  • Super Mario Run: A Bad Day For Nintendo

    Super Mario Run: A Bad Day For Nintendo

    In the end, the initial downloads Super Mario Run generated are impressive and shattered App Store download records, but don't necessarily mean the game will be successful considering that not many users are willing to go beyond the initial free experience.

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