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A spokesman said: "We stand with the local Egyptian community and we send solidarity to those who have suffered in this awful crime against humanity. We also want to convey a message that terrorism has nothing to do religions", Hanem al-Kerdassy, a researcher, told Xinhua.
  • Sen. Schumer calls for crackdown on at-home DNA testing kits

    Sen. Schumer calls for crackdown on at-home DNA testing kits

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    DNA testing kids could be used against consumers because the companies that harvest genetic codes can sell the information, Senator Chuck Schumer warned on Sunday, ahead of Cyber Monday sales. "MyHeritage will never sell or license DNA data to any 3rd party without the user's explicit informed consent, and will never sell or license personal information of users to any 3rd party", Aaron Godfrey, VP of marketing for the site, said in a statement.
  • Al Franken Acknowledges His Behavior

    Al Franken Acknowledges His Behavior "Crossed A Line" For Too Many Women

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    Al Franken (D-MN) should resign in the wake of allegations that he forcibly kissed radio personality Leeann Tweeden while they were on a USO tour in 2006. "I shook his hand, and he put his arm around my waist and held it there", the woman said. But facing down the accounts of four women, Franken wrote in the Star Tribune: "I know that any number is too many ".
  • George HW Bush: The longest living USA president

    George HW Bush: The longest living USA president

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    Bush and the four other living former presidents attended a hurricane relief concert in Texas last month after Hurricane Harvey. Bush served as the 41st President of the United States from 1989 to 1993, losing his re-election bid to former President Bill Clinton.
  • Changes Are Coming to the Senate Tax Plan

    Changes Are Coming to the Senate Tax Plan

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    Democrat Senators are expected to vote against the tax plan leaving the GOP leadership with narrow margin - they can lose no more than two senators in order to pass the bill with Vice President Mike Pence breaking the tie. But he has said he hopes changes could be made to win his support. So including it in the tax bill only makes sense. The CBO released a summary of their findings which found that the White House-backed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill would balloon the deficit.
  • Ghost Ship: Japan Says Skeletons on Board Likely From NKorea

    Ghost Ship: Japan Says Skeletons on Board Likely From NKorea

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    Officials believed the people inside the boat may have been from North Korea due to a pack of cigarettes found among their belongings, according to the Japan Times . Their cause of death had not yet been determined. Police said they appeared to be fishermen whose boat, found nearby, had run into trouble. In recent weeks, multiple reports of North Korean citizens washing ashore in Japan have prompted a great deal of speculation into the motive behind the recent influx of fishermen from the ...
  • At a Navajo veterans' event, Trump makes 'Pocahontas' crack

    At a Navajo veterans' event, Trump makes 'Pocahontas' crack

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    Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.). Only 13 surviving navajo code talkers still remain. Standing beside some of the few surviving Native Americans who served during World War II , Trump said, "You're very, very special people". The unproven assertion was used as a point of attack against Warren during her 2012 race against Scott Brown and was revived previous year during Trump's campaign for the presidency.
  • Trump will not campaign for Alabama Republican Senate candidate Moore

    Trump will not campaign for Alabama Republican Senate candidate Moore

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    Senate is a Schumer/Pelosi puppet who is WEAK on Crime, WEAK on the Border, Bad for our Military and our great Vets, Bad for our 2nd Amendment, AND WANTS TO RAISES TAXES TO THE SKY", Trump tweeted Sunday. "President Trump calls them like he sees them". Moore has faced fire since a Washington Post story earlier this month reported on four women who said the Senate candidate pursued them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.
  • European Union extends approval for glyphosate weed killer

    European Union extends approval for glyphosate weed killer

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    The Commission is willing to adopt the decision before the current authorization expires on 15 December, via a draft implementing act, after the appeal committee's positive opinion. Ayuso had said that the renewal of glyphosate debate had been accompanied by "falsehoods", which she called "stupid". "If you want to build up trust between partners you can not behave this way", she said on Monday.
  • Industrial Strategy earmarks £170 million for construction sector transformation

    Industrial Strategy earmarks £170 million for construction sector transformation

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    Announcing the investment, Business Secretary Greg Clark said: "Our life sciences sector is one of the UK's fastest developing industries, with a turnover in excess of £64 billion, employing 233,000 across the UK". Qiagen chief executive Peer M Schatz said: "We are very excited about this partnership with Health Innovation Manchester, and the essential engagement of the University of Manchester, the NHS trust and the United Kingdom government".
  • Pope begins Myanmar trip in shadow of Rohingya crisis

    Pope begins Myanmar trip in shadow of Rohingya crisis

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    Pope Francis is also scheduled to attend a major Mass on Wednesday, after which he will hold a meeting with the Supreme Council of Myanmar's Buddhist monks and another meeting with bishops. Thousands of Catholics came from across the country to Yangon , many waving to his auto along the road, playing traditional music and wearing attire of their various ethnic groups.
  • New poster of 'Padman' released!

    New poster of 'Padman' released!

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    Akshay Kumar shared a new poster from his upcoming film Padman and we love it. Besides Akshay, donned white and with his legs overwhelm in piles of cotton, the poster let slip the eccentric tagline of the movie - "SUPERHERO HAI YEH PAGLA".
  • Trump Says He Turned Down Time's Person of the Year Honor

    Trump Says He Turned Down Time's Person of the Year Honor

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    I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!' he wrote . And while it's probably not the best use of his time for the leader of the free world to be debating with a magazine over a photo shoot, it has prompted a frankly hilarious tweet from Scottish tennis star Andy Murray .
  • Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters wins Miss Universe 2017

    Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters wins Miss Universe 2017

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    Nel-Peters, 22, will receive a yearlong salary, a upscale New York City apartment through 2018 and other prizes. Nel-Peters is an advocate of women's rights . "They are all winners; they are winners of their own countries, and to me, that was so empowering". "She is a woman that nothing is ever too much to ask for", she said.
  • Leicester City's Ndidi anticipates 'difficult' Tottenham Hotspur clash

    Leicester City's Ndidi anticipates 'difficult' Tottenham Hotspur clash

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    Tottenham are 13 points behind league leaders Manchester City and are a point off fourth placed Arsenal. They were not exactly helped by Manchester City's 2-1 win yesterday over Huddersfield. "They are doing very well". Of course we want to win. "Last season I remember I told you it was hard to cope with the pressure of playing and competing in the Premier League and Champions League, and today I think we have the same points as last season in the Premier League".
  • Israel court halts Uber service; Uber execs on world tour

    Israel court halts Uber service; Uber execs on world tour

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    While uberDay and uberNight services will be stopped, Uber users can still order rides on the smartphone app from registered taxi drivers. The San-Francisco based firm's Israeli branch will continue to operate a ride-hailing service that dispatches licensed taxis to pick up passengers.
  • Suit challenges Trump's pick for consumer bureau

    Suit challenges Trump's pick for consumer bureau

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    Trump is seeking to appoint Mick Mulvaney , director of Office of Management and Budget, as acting director. Please adhere to our commenting policy to avoid being banned. New York Times reporter Katie Rogers snapped a photo of Mulvaney entering the CFPB with a Dunkin' Donuts bag. The White House is using McLeod's letter as further proof of the president's authority to name the acting director.
  • Lalu Prasad Yadav's security cover downgraded from 'Z+' to 'Z' category

    Lalu Prasad Yadav's security cover downgraded from 'Z+' to 'Z' category

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    Citing security concerns following Tej Pratap Yadav's threat, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi has now changed the marriage venue of his son's wedding. Apparently satisfied with his impact, Tej Pratap generously said the BJP leader should proceed with his plans "without fear". Yesterday, Lalu Yadav was removed from the group of VVIPS who are given Z+ security, the maximum protection offered to politicians.
  • Every citizen must practice constitutional religion: Chief Justice of India

    Every citizen must practice constitutional religion: Chief Justice of India

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    Justice Misra, while accepting that no right was absolute, said there should be no restrictions which "destroy the central dogma of the Constitution". He said that the fundamental rights of the people had to be given top priority, and denied the allegation that judiciary was encroaching upon the domain of the legislature and the executive.
  • North Korea replaces guards, fortifies border after defection

    North Korea replaces guards, fortifies border after defection

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    The loudspeakers, reportedly installed at about a dozen sites near the border dividing the two Koreas, were not audible at the Panmunjom border village inside the Joint Security Area jointly overseen by the American-led U.N. According to South Korea's Yonhap news agency, it will be the biggest number of F-22 fighter jets to participate in a single drill to date, as reported by Reuters .