• Anti-US protest over Jerusalem turns violent in Lebanon

    Anti-US protest over Jerusalem turns violent in Lebanon

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    Demonstrators burnt tyres, the USA and Israeli flags as they pushed to break through a barbed wire erected by security forces around the embassy complex, according to an Anadolu Agency reporter. Others, waving the Palestinian flag, chanted: "God Bless Jerusalem" and "America is the head of terrorism". The protest was organized by a local Islamic group.
  • Can you guess just how much TV Trump watches?

    Can you guess just how much TV Trump watches?

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    This has been Trump's daily routine, according to some of the 60 advisers, associates, friends and members of Congress that spoke to The New York Times They said the television is his lifeline to the world. The Times reports that Trump told reporters about his TV-watching habits after the newspaper presented the White House with a long list of fact-checking questions, including one about how often he watches television.
  • (NUE) Shares Bought by TD Asset Management Inc

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    Campbell & CO Investment Adviser LLC's holdings in Nucor were worth $362,000 as of its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Stockholders of record on Friday, December 29th will be given a dividend of $0.38 per share. Exane Derivatives has invested 0% in Nucor Corporation (NYSE:NUE).
  • Rani Mukerji's daughter Adira's birthday bash was a fun-filled affair!

    Rani Mukerji's daughter Adira's birthday bash was a fun-filled affair!

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    Karan Johar shared a cute picture of his twins having a fun time with Taimur. There is another "sweet as sugar" picture of Taimur laughing with mommy Kareena and aunt Karisma. Tusshar Kapoor's son Laksshya and Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna's daughter Nitara were also present at the party. SRK's baby boy AbRam and Shilpa Shetty's son Viaan were also spotted at the venue.
  • Israeli shelling, airstrikes kill four Palestinians

    Israeli shelling, airstrikes kill four Palestinians

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    The Palestinian Ministry of Health released a statement saying that between Friday afternoon - when large clashes erupted along the border areas with Israel - and early Saturday morning - when Israeli airstrikes targeted alleged Hamas military posts - two Palestinian civilians, and two fighters had been killed.
  • Adya Singh death: FIR registered against Fortis Hospital in Gurgaon

    Adya Singh death: FIR registered against Fortis Hospital in Gurgaon

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    Adya Singh had died of dengue 15 days after she was admitted to the Fortis multi super-specialty hospital. Adya was declared on September 15 and the state level inquiry was conducted in the case for overbilling and medical negligence. This includes documentation fee of Rs 250, consultation fee for a dietician of Rs3,000, and an eye specialist's fee of Rs13,200. Sugar strips which cost Rs 13 per strip, were priced at Rs 200 in the hospital.
  • Paolo Guerrero: Abogados apelarán suspensión de un año

    Paolo Guerrero: Abogados apelarán suspensión de un año

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    El jugador fue suspendido por la FIFA provisionalmente por 30 días mientras se investiga el caso. El boletín de prensa de la FIFA aseguró que "el jugador dio positivo por el metabólico de la cocaína benzoilecgonina, una sustancia incluida en la Lista de Prohibiciones de la AMA 2017 en la clase S6: estimulantes".
  • Portland crews battling California wildfires

    Portland crews battling California wildfires

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    Others who managed to get out with little more than the clothes on their backs were not as fortunate. Farther south in Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties, winds on Friday had slowed tremendously from Monday and Tuesday, when gusts clocked in at more than 80 miles per hour.
  • Small Plane Crashes into Clairemont Home, Killing 2 and Igniting Fire

    Small Plane Crashes into Clairemont Home, Killing 2 and Igniting Fire

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    Nobody was inside the home at the time of the crash, but a dog on the property was killed, KFMB reports. There were a total of four people on board the plane, according to SDFD. He told the news outlet that he and others broke the windows of the home and screamed to see if there was anyone inside, but nobody answered. The huge cloud of smoke from the fire could be seen from miles away.
  • Ambassador Haley: US Remains Committed to Mideast Peace

    Ambassador Haley: US Remains Committed to Mideast Peace

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    President Donald Trump to formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel, a move that counters 70 years of U.S. foreign policy and one organizers say retard progress on securing peace in the embattled area. "Our actions are meant to help advance the cause of peace", she said. "It ends any possibility of being an honest broker in the Middle East ". During the hastily assembled December 8 UNSC meeting, UN special envoy to the Middle East Nickolay Mladenov expressed dismay that ...
  • South Korean Media: US B-1B Bombers to Fly Over Peninsula

    South Korean Media: US B-1B Bombers to Fly Over Peninsula

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    This is part of the weapons programme which was conducted in defiance of global sanctions and for its criticism and condemnation. #Although the unit's specific task organization remains classified, it is thought to be in line with U.S. Nauert said North Korea was "not showing any interest in sitting down and having any kind of serious conversations when they continue to fire off ballistic missiles".
  • Rohingya crisis reflects vulnerability of human rights

    Rohingya crisis reflects vulnerability of human rights

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    But human rights are too important to be left to states alone - too precious to all of us, and to our children. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible. "We must organise and mobilise in defence of human decency, in defence of a better common future. We must take a robust and determined stand". For the following two days, December 11-12, 2017, federal, provincial and territorial (FPT) ministers will gather in Gatineau, Quebec to talk about key priorities for Canada on ...
  • Trump Pays Tribute to Civil Rights 'Heroes' in Mississippi

    Trump Pays Tribute to Civil Rights 'Heroes' in Mississippi

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    We pray for inspiration from their example. Trump, who spent about 30 minutes at the museum said , "We want our country to be a place where every child from every background can grow up free from fear, innocent from hatred, and surrounded by love, opportunity and hope".
  • $450m Da Vinci painting bound for Louvre Abu Dhabi

    $450m Da Vinci painting bound for Louvre Abu Dhabi

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    The Saudi Arabian embassy in Washington, D.C., says that a painting by Leonardo da Vinci that sold for $450 million at an auction in NY was purchased by a member of the royal family on behalf of a museum in the United Arab Emirates. The piece dates from around 1500 and was previously owned by King Charles I of England, and exchanged hands for just US$60 back in 1958. After it resurfaced, a British collector acquired it.
  • Doug Jones not concerning himself with latest Roy Moore news

    Doug Jones not concerning himself with latest Roy Moore news

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    Although Friday's winter weather scrambled both campaigns' plans, Moore's absence from the trail is a notable contrast to Democratic nominee Doug Jones, whose campaign said Saturday he had done 217 public events over two months and who has done nearly daily appearances in the campaign's last weeks.
  • Archaeologists discover 2 ancient tombs in Egypt's Luxor

    Archaeologists discover 2 ancient tombs in Egypt's Luxor

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    The opening of the tombs was announced at an global conference attended by the governor of Luxor, the minister of social solidarity, the director-general of the worldwide Monetary Fund, members of the worldwide media, foreign ambassadors, members of parliament, and Minister of Antiquities Khaled El-Enany.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation director defends agency amid criticism for Donald Trump

    Federal Bureau of Investigation director defends agency amid criticism for Donald Trump

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    Wray told the House Judiciary Committee that if the Justice Department's inspector general finds any agents acted improperly in last year's investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of private email, they will be dealt with. Days after US President Donald Trump, notorious for being very active on his Twitter feed, slammed the FBI, the bureau's director responded to Trump's attack at an oversight hearing.
  • US Vice President Pence faces Middle East boycott

    US Vice President Pence faces Middle East boycott

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    Trump's embassy move has inflamed the Israel-Palestine conflict, in which the status of Jerusalem is a key issue. Pence is expected to visit the region later this month. "We are deeply saddened and anxious about the loss of four lives and the injuries of hundreds of Palestinians as a result of the intervention of the Israeli forces against the Palestinians protesting in the occupied territories following the announcement over Jerusalem contrary to the global law and all related UN ...