• PNA suspends contacts with U.S. over closure of PLO Washington office

    PNA suspends contacts with U.S. over closure of PLO Washington office

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    A spokesman for the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) confirmed that it had received instructions from Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas "regarding closing down all communication lines with the Americans". But recent reports suggest Trump's about to repeat some of the fundamental mistakes of his predecessors when it comes to the Middle East peace process.
  • Pennsylvania police in manhunt for suspect in killing of officer

    Pennsylvania police in manhunt for suspect in killing of officer

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    Tuesday morning saying Rahmael Sal Holt, 29, is in custody. Shaw, 25, had been with the force for less than a year. He does not face charges in connection with Shaw's death. Shaw was transported to Allegheny Valley Hospital, where he later died. You are in our thoughts and prayers. A viewing resumes Tuesday and Shaw's funeral is set for Wednesday.
  • US House tax reform would affect UNL graduate students' futures

    US House tax reform would affect UNL graduate students' futures

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    The house bill also eliminates the Lifetime Learning Credit and reduces the American Opportunity Tax Credit. The University announced in September that its endowment had reached $2.4 billion . About 27,000 undergraduates and 145,000 graduate students receive this kind of tuition waiver, according to a 2012 survey, the most recent data available, by the American Council on Education .
  • Opositor Antonio Ledezma llega a España y se reúne con Mariano Rajoy

    Opositor Antonio Ledezma llega a España y se reúne con Mariano Rajoy

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    La Cancillería expresó su "rechazo" a la audiencia que Rajoy concedió a Ledezma poco después de que éste aterrizara en el aeropuerto de Barajas procedente de Bogotá, según un comunicado . A su llegada a Madrid, Ledezma aseguró que las conversaciones son una "treta" con la que Maduro quiere "burlarse de los venezolanos". " En España me siento libre ".
  • Jet crash reported near Laughlin AFB in Del Rio

    Jet crash reported near Laughlin AFB in Del Rio

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    There are no updates on the surviving crewmember's condition yet. Both of the pilots' names have not yet been released. A T-38 Talon crashed about 14 miles northwest of the Laughlin Air Force Base in Del Rio, Texas, at approximately 4 p.m.
  • Hina and Priyank call Arshi 'characterless' in Bigg Boss

    Hina and Priyank call Arshi 'characterless' in Bigg Boss

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    Later, Priyank Sharma whisks Sapna away to avoid the fight whereas other contestants don't even interfere in their squabble which seems quite shocking as a lot of them fight together. Priyank Sharma was still distraught at the exit of his closest pal in the house and was spotted crying in the lawn by Hina Khan who comforted him.
  • BJP counter attacks Sonia's comment over delay in Parliament's winter session

    BJP counter attacks Sonia's comment over delay in Parliament's winter session

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    A day after Congress president Sonia Gandhi accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of sabotaging the Winter Session of Parliament , the government said that they are committed to a full-fledged session. According to the BJP the Parliament session was rescheduled in 2011 when the Congress was in power. Jaitley however said the Winter session will take place which the government is intending to postpone due to the Gujarat election on November 9 and Nov.14.
  • Ryan case: No bail relief for held conductor yet

    Ryan case: No bail relief for held conductor yet

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    We were given benefit of doubt, Anil Sharma, lawyer of conductor Ashok said. Pradhuman, a Class 2 student, was found murdered in the Ryan International School in Gurugram on September 8. Haryana Police arrested Kumar few hours after Pradyuman's body was discovered in the school's bathroom. There were lot of differences between findings of CBI & Haryana Police.
  • Journalist allegedly shot down by Tripura State Rifles trooper

    Journalist allegedly shot down by Tripura State Rifles trooper

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    According to sources, Sudip Datta Bhowmik, 50, had gone to the 2nd battalion of TSR in West Tripura district to meet the commandant for a story. Subal Kumar Dey, Editor of Syandan Patrika , alleged that the killing was an act of vengeance by TSR officials as the slain journalist recently exposed gross financial irregularities in the paramilitary force.
  • EMA lands new home in Amsterdam

    EMA lands new home in Amsterdam

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    The London-based European Medicines Agency has already made clear the locations that it favours from among a plethora of bids from different member states. The city also proposed two options for temporary offices located close to the conference centre, which it said would ensure the continuity of operations until the construction of EMA headquarters is completed.
  • Fox News host Jeanine Pirro charged with driving 119 miles per hour in NY

    Fox News host Jeanine Pirro charged with driving 119 miles per hour in NY

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    It was not immediately known what type of auto Pirro was driving or whether she had any passengers. Her speeding ticket is returnable to Town of Nichols court either by mail or in person on January 8. Pirro has made reference to her tendency to drive quickly in the past, The New York Times noted. The driver can also be ordered to pay a Driver Responsibility Assessment for three years.
  • Opposition slams Bihar BJP chief for 'finger chopping' remark

    Opposition slams Bihar BJP chief for 'finger chopping' remark

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    Crediting Narendra Modi for overcoming huge odds and becoming the leader of the country, Rai said that Modi had become the prime minister of the country after facing a childhood that was filled with poverty and hardship. The statement, which was made in the presence of many prominent leaders, including Bihar's Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, immediately raised eyebrows.
  • Burna Boy Declared Wanted For 'Hiring Robbers' Against Mr 2Kay

    Burna Boy Declared Wanted For 'Hiring Robbers' Against Mr 2Kay

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    The case is taking an interesting turn as Burnaboy has reportedly been invited by the police for questioning over his alleged involvement in the robbery. The musician and his girlfriend were tied up. "He confessed that his boss, Burna Boy , instructed him to look for armed men that could rob Mr. 2Kay ".
  • Thai economy to grow by 4% in Q3 :DPM Somkid

    Thai economy to grow by 4% in Q3 :DPM Somkid

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    Thailand on Monday posted its fastest quarter of economic growth in three years of junta rule, a boost for a country that was once Southeast Asia's economic dynamo but has laboured under years of political upheaval. It said private investment "must pick up if the recovery is to deepen in 2018". Government investment, meanwhile, contracted by 2.6% because of delays in spending on state projects.
  • Electoral Commission launches inquiry into leave campaign funding

    Electoral Commission launches inquiry into leave campaign funding

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    An investigation by Buzzfeed News in August past year revealed that the BeLeave campaign raised just £107 in its first 10 weeks. "Since that time, new information has come to light which, when considered alongside the information obtained previously, has given the commission reasonable grounds to suspect an offence may have been committed".
  • Former Zimbabwe VP urges President Mugabe to resign

    Former Zimbabwe VP urges President Mugabe to resign

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    The issue could soon be taken out of Mugabe's hands, with the president's own party expected to set into motion plans to impeach him in the country's parliament Tuesday. There's no going back about Mugabe. The leader of Zimbabwe's war veterans association, an influential voice in national politics, on Friday said Mr.
  • Russian Federation confirms spike in radioactivity in the Urals

    Russian Federation confirms spike in radioactivity in the Urals

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    Rosgidromet said on Monday the isotope was detected in Tatarstan and southern Russian Federation, eventually reaching "all European countries starting in Italy and toward the north of Europe" from 29 September. It said that the source of the pollution was probably an accident somewhere between the Volga River and the Ural Mountains, adding that the concentrations measured in Europe were not a danger to public health.
  • Police Say at Least 50 Dead in Nigeria Bombing

    Police Say at Least 50 Dead in Nigeria Bombing

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    They gave lower death tolls but both said the number of those killed was likely to rise. "I was there when the rescue was on and 40 people died on the spot and several others were taken to hospital with severe and life-threatening injuries", he added.