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The school said his job duties are yet to be finalized. Mike Riley's exit as the head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers was seemingly a long time coming and it finally became official in late November. "His commitment to detail, which is an especially valuable trait for a special teams coach, and knowledge of the high school programs in the region make him a tremendous asset in recruiting".
  • Harold Ford Jr. Latest Figure Cited for Sexual Harassment

    Harold Ford Jr. Latest Figure Cited for Sexual Harassment

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    Morgan Stanley spokeswoman Margaret Draper said Ford was let go for "conduct inconsistent with our values and in violation of our policies". In a response email, the woman allegedly told him to stop contacting her and cited his inappropriate behavior during their last encounter.
  • Iraq Summons US Ambassador over Jerusalem Decision

    Iraq Summons US Ambassador over Jerusalem Decision

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    They also called for shutdown on December 10 on the global human rights day to protest the gross human rights violations in Kashmir. Also, security restrictions are likely to be enforced in sensitive areas of Srinagar and some other parts of Kashmir from Friday morning, the official sources here said.
  • House passes bill allowing concealed carry across state lines

    House passes bill allowing concealed carry across state lines

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    But advocates for changing the law say that it eliminates criminal penalties for law-abiding citizens who travel out of state and are unaware that concealed carry permits do not transfer across state lines. "I'm proud of Texas, our history of responsible gun ownership and our requirements for a license to carry that seek to protect the ones we love from abusers, violent offenders, and stalkers", he added.
  • Many Nigerians in Libya don't want to return-FG

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    A few hours after 144 Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya, another aircraft carrying 257 of their compatriots on Wednesday landed at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. Nigerian Foreign Ministry said at least 2,778 Nigerian migrants are still trapped in Libya and that plans are afoot to repatriate them after necessary documentation.
  • Parents of Florida murder suspect refuse to answer questions

    Parents of Florida murder suspect refuse to answer questions

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    During today's hearing, Judge Margaret Taylor agreed with the state that the goal is not to punish the Donaldsons, but rather to convince them to testify on their son's background, mental state, and gun possession. Warren said the parents would have immunity - that nothing the Donaldson's would say could be used against them. Ralph Fernandez, who is representing the Donaldsons, said the parents are devastated, adding that their refusal to answer questions was meant to avoid further emotional ...
  • Snow warning for Donegal comes into force later

    Snow warning for Donegal comes into force later

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    It is valid until 6pm Friday, December 8. Public transport could also be at risk of being cancelled. Frost may linger in places and temperatures at best will range 1 to 3 degrees. Temperatures will drop to zero or below zero tonight for the bulk of the country, he said, but will hit as low at minus 3C in the northwest tomorrow.
  • Tillerson vows to keep sanctions on Russian Federation over Ukraine violence

    Tillerson vows to keep sanctions on Russian Federation over Ukraine violence

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    Tillerson is on a visit to Europe during which he has reassured allies with tougher rhetoric against Moscow than that of U.S. President Donald Trump , who has sought better relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Tillerson said the military alliance would not return soon to regular NATO-Russia Council meetings. "We call on Russian Federation and its proxies to end its harassment, intimidation and its attacks on the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission".
  • $450M Leonardo painting heading to new Louvre museum

    $450M Leonardo painting heading to new Louvre museum

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    But there's still no public information on who purchased the painting at the record-setting auction in November, when the controversial artwork went for $450.3 million U.S. It was said that the work will be lent or resold to museums, largely in the Middle East and Asia. The previous record was Pablo Picasso's Les Femmes d'Alger, which sold for $179 million.
  • European Union to sue Poland, Hungary and Czechs for refusing refugee quotas

    European Union to sue Poland, Hungary and Czechs for refusing refugee quotas

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    After having carefully analysed the explanations put forward by Hungary, the European Commission concluded that its serious concerns had not been addressed and so issued a reasoned opinion . Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said the government was not changing its policy on migrants. He said the quota system had fuelled anti-migrant sentiment and played into the hands of the far right.
  • Trump shrinks national monuments in Utah

    Trump shrinks national monuments in Utah

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    The monument near the Arizona border contains a rich cache of dinosaur fossils and vast coal reserves. The California-based company, which is known for its activism, joins a growing number of organizations questioning the Trump administration's authority to slash the areas covered by Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Bears Ears National Monument.
  • Kotla didn't have the bare minimum help for spinners: Cheteshwar Pujara

    Kotla didn't have the bare minimum help for spinners: Cheteshwar Pujara

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    India's slip fielding has been a cause of concern lately. "Obviously, we have played good cricket throughout the season". "To be honest, we haven't fielded well [in the slips] and I would accept that". "Overall we have bowled really well, especially in this Test match considering the wicket". A plausible explanation for India's poor form in the slips could be the fact that they have often rotated players in a catching area that needs teams to identify and stick with specialists.
  • Baker Mayfield named 2017 AP Player of the Year

    Baker Mayfield named 2017 AP Player of the Year

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    Mayfield is in Atlanta with Mackey Award victor Mark Andrews and offensive lineman Orlando Brown , who is up for the Outland Trophy. And what's a good campaign without a little political slander? Mayfield is the front-runner for the coveted Heisman Trophy, which will be announced Saturday night.
  • Airlines Are Rerouting Flights to Avoid North Korean Missiles

    Airlines Are Rerouting Flights to Avoid North Korean Missiles

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    At the latest launch on November 29, flight crews on planes run by airlines such as Korean Air and Cathay Pacific reported sightings of missile activity while in the air. Minutes later, the pilot of another Korean Air plane reported seeing a similar flash of light, airline spokesman Cho Hyun-mook said, as cited by AP.
  • Attorney: Ex-cop who shot black man had no 'racial animus'

    Attorney: Ex-cop who shot black man had no 'racial animus'

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    In court on Thursday, members of Scott's family offered forgiveness to Slager but said their pain had not diminished. On April 4, 2015, Slager stopped the auto Scott was driving in North Charleston for a broken rear brake light. At this week's hearing, attorneys for Slager and the state called expert witnesses to the stand to bolster rival interpretations of the video and audio, which included some dash-cam footage from Slager's vehicle.
  • Community honors Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, local hero

    Community honors Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, local hero

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    Japan launched the surprise attack with airplanes and submarines on the American naval base at Pearl Harbor. The next day the US declared war against Japan. 1,178 more were wounded. Through the ups and downs of battles won and lives lost, the cry of "Remember Pearl Harbor!" helped maintain American resolve.
  • Pacers dominate fourth quarter to hand Bulls 10th straight loss

    Pacers dominate fourth quarter to hand Bulls 10th straight loss

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    The lowly Bulls led by as many as 17, but couldn't hold off the Pacers in the final moments. But Denzel Valentine coughed the ball up and Oladipo atoned for his mistake, racing down the floor and knocking down a 3-pointer with 30.1 seconds remaining to give the Pacers their first lead of the night.
  • Late-night hosts poke fun at Trump's slurred speech

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    Trump released some details about his health ahead of last year's election in response to pressure after his personal physician had declared he would be the "healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency". "What the hell was going on there?!.It seemed like someone hit him with a blow dart right before he made the speech". President Trump is wearing dentures, people.
  • Myanmar forces may be guilty of genocide, United Nations says

    Myanmar forces may be guilty of genocide, United Nations says

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    Myanmar denies committing atrocities against the Rohingya. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein also urged the Human Rights Council to consider asking the U.N. General Assembly to authorize another U.N. However, while ethnic cleansing is not a designated offence under global law, genocide is the most serious of atrocity crimes. Zeid, who has described the campaign in the past as a "textbook case of ethnic cleansing", was addressing a special session of the UN Human Rights Council called by Bangladesh.