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  • Police release 2nd suspected Berlin attack accomplice

    Police release 2nd suspected Berlin attack accomplice

    Authorities were driven to his arrest after his phone number was found on Amri's cell phone directory. The suspect was taken into custody after officers searched his home and workplace. The man had been arrested on Wednesday in the Tempelhof district of the city, as the police investigation whether Amri had any accomplices in planning the attack and subsequently fleeing Berlin .

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  • Morocco Bought $6.2 bln in Weapons from 2008 to 2015- Congressional Report

    Morocco Bought $6.2 bln in Weapons from 2008 to 2015- Congressional Report

    Developing nations bought United States dollars 65 billion in weapons in 2015, substantially lower than the previous years total of USD 79 billion, it said. China reached $6 billion in weapons sales, up from its 2014 total of over $3 billion. Russia, the other major player on the weapons market, has held steady with 11,1 billion in sales revenues in 2015, with many Latin American countries, Venezuela in particular, becoming their main costumers.

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  • Ex-Argentine leader Fernandez indicted, tied to nuns and guns scandal

    That is not the first Argentinian President to be charged with corruption. Carlos Saúl Menem (1989-1999) faced several allegations and was famously given a red Ferrari as a "present" while in office. Fernandez has been accused of favouring Baez's construction company, Austral, in the concession of contracts for public projects, the report said. Kirchner has said she will appeal the charges, and said that the current government, of which she is an outspoken critic, was plotting against ...

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  • Samsung Introduces Voice-Controlled Robot Vacuum

    But perhaps most impressive of all is the addition of Amazon Echo support to the VR7000. The new design is aimed squarely at consumers who demand better automated cleaning. For instance, when it moves from a hardwood floor onto a carpet or rug, the motor adjusts suction power to the surface for optimal performance. The new Powerbot VR7000 is said to be smaller in size and features attribute to clean the deepest corners which its predecessors lack a bit.

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  • Trump touts new Sprint jobs that he already touted as SoftBank jobs

    Trump touts new Sprint jobs that he already touted as SoftBank jobs

    OneWeb plans to use the funds to build a plant in Florida to produce low-priced satellites, creating nearly 3,000 jobs at the company and its suppliers. Trump on Wednesday hailed Sprint's 5,000-job promise as "very good news". President-elect Donald Trump sought credit for Sprint's commitment to create or bring back 5,000 jobs that the carrier says are part of broader USA hiring plans previously announced by Japan-based parent SoftBank Group Corp.Trump said SoftBank chairman Masayoshi ...

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  • Dentsu boss resigns over employee's death in workplace

    The official is believed to have had Takahashi underreport her overtime hours after having her work beyond the ceiling agreed upon by the company management and the labor union, according to investigative sources. Dentsu has been under pressure to reduce the amount of overtime its employees do and in November it was raided by labour regulators. Instead, some experts say that an overhaul in the structuring of Japanese life is needed, emphasizing a shift in values from work to family, hobbies, ...

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  • Here's how to get rid of your Christmas tree

    Most were cooking related, but these festive fire dangers will continue, they said, if people are not careful with their live Christmas trees. The Waste Management division will need approval from a homeowners association or community management group and a drop-off location in the community where residents can haul their trees.

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  • Obama administration to retaliate for suspected Russian meddling into election

    On Dec. 15, President Obama voted to take punitive action against Russian Federation for its alleged tampering in the election, telling NPR that his administration would take action "at a time and place of our own choosing". However, officials concluded that the order did not give the president authority to respond to Russian meddling in American elections, prompting a last-ditch effort within the administration to expand the president's authority on the matter.

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  • Public Menorah Lighting on New Year's Eve in Nevada City

    The Festival of Lights - for many, brings back fond memories of childhood years, and serves to renew our sense of identity. Two years ago, Chabad of Naples' Hanukkah event featured the lighting of a giant ice sculpture menorah. They brought their neighbor Ilene Wechter, a self-described "snowflake" who comes to Palm Beach to escape the New Jersey winters. Each night, a candle is lit on the Menorah, representing the eight nights that a very limited amount of oil lasted miraculously for the ...

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  • Los Angeles Synagogue Vandalized With Feces On The First Day Of Hanukkah

    Los Angeles Synagogue Vandalized With Feces On The First Day Of Hanukkah

    Tenenbaum said that the fact that the building is a synagogue is obvious from the outside - there's an electric menorah displayed on the inside, and a sign wishing people a Happy Hanukkah. Police were called to the scene and took a vandalism report, but found there was nothing immediately indicative of a hate crime, according to the Daily News .

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  • Romanian president Klaus Iohannis rejects country's first ever Muslim prime minister

    Romanian president Klaus Iohannis rejects country's first ever Muslim prime minister

    The president did not explain the factors he considered in making his decision but there have been allegations that Ms Shhaideh would be PSD leader Liviu Dragnea's "puppet" if she became prime minister. Following the rejection, Mr Dragnea said he could begin the process of seeking to remove Mr Iohannis as president. The PSD, which promised higher wages and pensions during the election campaign, had hoped Dragnea would stand for prime minister but Iohannis made clear he would refuse any ...

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  • U.S. woman gangrape: Delhi Police arrest four accused

    The accused - a tour guide, driver, cleaner and a hotel staff were yesterday arrested by the Delhi Police. "We requested the victim to come to India and help in investigation". Pathak said that a case was registered just two hours after the victim gave a statement through email. Breifing the media about the arrest, Joint CP South-western range, Deepender Pathak said: "We have arrested four accused in the USA national gang-rape case".

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  • Aurora mall plans to reopens on schedule Tuesday morning after melee

    Aurora mall plans to reopens on schedule Tuesday morning after melee

    OH police had to to use pepper spray to disperse a large crowd following a fight at Beachwood Place Mall. Police say it started with a post on social about a fight planned at the mall and escalated from there. Police asked anyone with information to call the investigations division at 630-256-5500 or Aurora Area Crime Stoppers at 630-892-1000, or to submit a tip through the Aurora Police Department app.

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  • New York AG: Donald Trump can't close foundation during investigation

    New York AG: Donald Trump can't close foundation during investigation

    Trump Foundation is still under investigation "and can not legally dissolve until that investigation is complete". "His charity operations were the least part of his conflicts of interest", he said , describing the foundation as an "accounting error compared to the type of conflicts that were talking about with the Trump Organization".

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  • Russian military report mass graves of civilians in Syria's Aleppo

    The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on December 25 that at least 63 Syrian soldiers and militiamen have been killed by booby traps in Aleppo. Russian Federation and the Assad regime have been criticized for human rights violations in the siege of Aleppo, including civilian casualties from air and artillery strikes, interference with the delivery of humanitarian aid, and interference with efforts to evacuate civilians from the city.

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  • Iraqi journalist abducted from home by unknown gunmen

    Iraqi journalist abducted from home by unknown gunmen

    It is noteworthy here that on Monday (yesterday), her organization posted an article written by her, in which she hit the armed groups which were striking in Iraq. According to the sources, as many as eight men entered her home, tied up her son and stole the mobile phones, computers and cash. The governor of Baghdad, Ali Tamimi, denounced what he described as a "barbaric" act that sought to "persecute and muzzle journalists".

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  • Erdogan: Turkish President claims US-led forces have supported ISIS

    Erdogan: Turkish President claims US-led forces have supported ISIS

    Lavrov also told Russia's Interfax news agency that Moscow, Ankara and Tehran will further build cooperation on Syria. "The fact is that we're not providing any kind of MANPADS.to the Syrian opposition", he said, countering Zakharova's earlier statement that the National Defense Authorization Act may pave the way for such deliveries.

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  • Seal invades suburb, decides to take a seat on someone's auto

    Seal invades suburb, decides to take a seat on someone's auto

    Dubbed "Lou-seal" by Tasmania Police , the seal was roughly 50 kilometres (31 miles) away from the ocean. Police in Tasmania were busy this week dealing with a "sealebrity" on the loose and sitting on cars. "We'll replace the windscreen and pop a few dents out, they're just old cars so it doesn't really matter". The seals are native to the waters around Tasmania and are one of the species monitored and cared for by the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service.

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  • Girl, 10, dies after suffering cardiac arrest on flight

    Girl, 10, dies after suffering cardiac arrest on flight

    The girl's nationality has not yet been released. The flight was reportedly around 500km south west of Ireland when the crew made a decision to divert to Shannon. Immediately, a rapid response unit and an ambulance were sent out to wait for the flight touching down at 7.40pm on Christmas Eve. A post mortem examination is being arranged, according to RTE .

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  • Hawai'i Bowl Fake Punt: Hawai'i vs Middle Tennessee

    But Hawaii put the clamps down with a 12 play, 75 yard drive ending with 'Unga's second receiving touchdown on a 12 yard strike from Dru Brown. "We ended up playing some pretty good football at the end (of the season) and didn't have a place to go for a bowl game, so I can appreciate the Hawaii Bowl being here".

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  • Holiday storm sweeps through Minnesota, Dakotas; caution urged in region

    Holiday storm sweeps through Minnesota, Dakotas; caution urged in region

    In Nebraska , high winds were cited for hundreds of power outages in central and eastern portions of the state. The weather service office in Bismarck predicted 8 to 15 inches of snow would pile up in western parts of the state. The ice storm warning is scheduled to expire at 6 p.m. Sunday evening. The city is also under a weather service flash flood warning after rain and snowmelt flooded major intersections in the city.

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  • Japanese premier leaves for Hawaii to visit Pearl Harbor

    Japanese leaders have visited Pearl Harbor before, but Abe will be the first to go to the US Arizona Memorial, the wreck where 1,177 US personnel died. In a memoir, Hatoyama recounted his trip to Honolulu and his stop at the US Pacific Command. "It happened at the top of a hill overlooking Pearl Harbor, so I got a catch in my throat".

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  • Donald Trump Celebrates Christmas With a Raised Fist

    Donald Trump Celebrates Christmas With a Raised Fist

    I wanted to take the time to send you my most honest Christmas wishes. Sixty-seven percent of young people and 69 percent of African-Americans preferred " Happy Holidays ", over "Merry Christmas ". "There's no gift out there that I can give you to show you how much I care". And throw in a Happy Kwanzaa if you really feel the need to prove you're not a religious bigot.

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  • Manchester City runs past Hull City in second half

    Manchester City runs past Hull City in second half

    The game livened up in the second half as City pushed for the breakthrough and Hull started to sense the possibility of an upset the longer it remained goalless. "I spoke with the strikers, all of them", he said. "The wingers have to be the wingers". In the second half, Kevin De Bruyne nearly put his side again when he struck the post.

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  • Seven Killed in Violence Over Christmas Weekend

    Seven Killed in Violence Over Christmas Weekend

    At least 11 people lost their lives to Chicago's raging violence over Christmas weekend. In one series of shootings on Christmas day in East Chatham, according to the Chicago Tribune , James Gill, 18, and Roy Gill, 21, were killed when someone came out of an alley and opened fire on a front porch during a family holiday party.

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  • Pakistan faces interruption by rain in 2nd Test at Melbourne

    Pakistan faces interruption by rain in 2nd Test at Melbourne

    Ever since his induction to the Pakistan Test squad , Sami Aslam has been getting vital starts but failing to convert it to anything substantial. Probing bowling from Jackson Bird (2 for 53) in the second session curtailed Pakistan's doggedness and gave Australia the initiative on a rain-affected first day's play of the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Monday (December 26).

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  • Leaky pipes and rusted bolts responsible for Christmas Day jailbreak

    Leaky pipes and rusted bolts responsible for Christmas Day jailbreak

    Media reports quote the Cocke County Sheriff's Office as saying six inmates escaped from the jail early Sunday after removing a toilet from the wall and going through a hole behind it that led to the outside of the facility. Two other people were charged with harboring Speier. The other captured inmate, John Mark Speir, was found at his house which was pretty close to the jail.

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  • Japan says Chinese aircraft passes Pacific

    Japan says Chinese aircraft passes Pacific

    The Liaoning conducted fire drills for the first time in the Bohai Sea near the Korean peninsula earlier this month. Senior Taiwan opposition Kuomintang lawmaker Johnny Chiang said the Liaoning exercise was China's signal to the U.S. China's first aircraft carrier has departed for distant waters for naval exercises, sending a message the country is ready to project power and put pressure on the USA and others.

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  • Queen Elizabeth II says it's time to take a 'deep breath'

    Queen Elizabeth II says it's time to take a 'deep breath'

    It's been just days since rumours of ill health at Buckingham Palace hit the headlines, but the Queen has delivered her annual Christmas message. This is reportedly the first time in 28 years of spending the holiday at her Sandringham , England, estate that the queen has missed a Christmas service.

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  • United States forgoes veto, UN tells Israel to end settlements

    United States forgoes veto, UN tells Israel to end settlements

    Israel has pursued a policy of constructing settlements on territory it captured in a 1967 war with its Arab neighbours - the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem, areas Palestinians seek for a state. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected the resolution as a "shameful blow against Israel at the United Nations ". Later reports noted Netanyahu had summoned the US ambassador to Israel as well.

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  • Israel to do 'all it takes' to emerge unharmed by United Nations vote

    Israel to do 'all it takes' to emerge unharmed by United Nations vote

    For decades Israel has pursued a policy of building Jewish settlements on territory captured by Israel in a 1967 war with its Arab neighbours including the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem . -Israeli relations after the ties soured during the Obama administration. "This is an important resolution taken by the UN Security Council against Israeli settlement construction", she said in a statement .

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  • Rain ends by lunch, staying dry this evening, pleasant Christmas Day ahead

    Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 42. Tomorrow I have taken the drizzle out of the forecast with increasing clouds in the afternoon so we will have more sun than previously expected with highs in the upper 40s-mid 50s. Tuesday: Partly sunny. Isolated snow shower or flurry. SE winds during the night will be increasing to 15-25 miles per hour by morning and a S/SE wind during Christmas Day will be blowing at 20-35 with gusts possibly exceeding 40 miles per hour; in other ...

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  • Powerful natural disaster measuring 7.7 hits Southern Chile

    The emergency office also lifted its tsunami watch. The U.S. Geological Survey put the quake's magnitude at 7.7. Onemi said there were no immediate reports of deaths or injuries. The South American country is one of the most quake prone zones in the world. Chile's state-run oil company ENAP said its Bio Bio refinery in southern Chile was operating normally.

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