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One of the injured was the bomber and he was taken into custody. The cause is not yet clear. As a result of the incident, 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, N, Q, R, W and 7 trains are bypassing 42 Street. The A, C and E trains were being evacuated, according to an NYPD Twitter account, which said police were responding to reports of an explosion . New York City's emergency notification system alerted travelers to police activity near W.
  • Erdogan and Macron to urge U.S. to turn back on Jerusalem decision

    Erdogan and Macron to urge U.S. to turn back on Jerusalem decision

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    However, street protests in Gaza and the West Bank were less intense on Saturday than on the previous two days and the military said there were no rocket launchings on Saturday night. In Bethlehem, Palestinians hurled stones at Israeli troops, who responded with tear gas, rubber bullets and stun grenades. Demonstrators - many in white Islamic robes and skullcaps - gathered outside the USA embassy in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country to vent their anger against the ...
  • Russia-India-China foreign ministers meet begins

    Russia-India-China foreign ministers meet begins

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    Before the trilateral talks, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj is likely to hold a bilateral meeting with her Chinese counterpart. In the last week, Beijing has dispatched vice-foreign minister Zheng Zeguang to Washington to discuss the crisis and other issues with USA officials, according to the Chinese embassy in Washington.
  • US, Japan and South Korea to host joint missile tracking drills

    US, Japan and South Korea to host joint missile tracking drills

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    On November 29, it test-fired an intercontinental ballistic missile which it said was its most advanced yet, capable of reaching the mainland US. The drill will be held in waters near Japan today and tomorrow, Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera said as he visited a garrison in northern Japan.
  • Virat Kohli to tie knot with Anuskha Sharma this week in Italy

    Virat Kohli to tie knot with Anuskha Sharma this week in Italy

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    He won't be back here until 15th as her wedding will be in Italy on that day, " a top functionary of ashram told News18. It is learnt a heritage property within a resort in Tuscany is being decked up for the grand location wedding. We want to sneak peek into every possible look of this gorgeous couple, even if it is about the destination they will be getting married at. According to reports, the wedding will be conducted in a traditional Punjabi style in which Bhangra dancers will grace ...
  • UAE's Al Jazira to play Real in Club World Cup semis

    UAE's Al Jazira to play Real in Club World Cup semis

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    Arabian Gulf League champions Jazira beat Asia champions Urawa Red Diamonds 1-0 in Abu Dhabi on Saturday thanks to Ali Mabkhout's solitary goal at Zayed Sports City Stadium. "Being here is a prize in itself as we have the opportunity to defend this title and to win it again". Standing in Madrid's way are Al Jazira , who reached the Club World Cup as league winners in the host country, lifting the UAE title last season.
  • Two men threaten people with rifle, ditch gun before police catch them

    Two men threaten people with rifle, ditch gun before police catch them

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    At around 2:30 Sunday morning, College Station police responded to reports that two men pointed a firearm at several people and threatened to kill them. was interviewed by police and charged with Possession of Marijuana less than two ounces. He started 11 games for Texas A&M this season. As a member of the football team, Henderson appeared in all 12 games this season, recording 2.5 sacks, three quarterback hurries and 35 total tackles.
  • Over 130 Jewish Studies scholars sign statement criticizing Trump's Jerusalem decision

    Over 130 Jewish Studies scholars sign statement criticizing Trump's Jerusalem decision

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    Trump's declaration has been followed by near universal condemnation and diplomatic fallout, with warnings it risks setting off a new round of violence in the turbulent Middle East. At least five protesters affected by tear gas were carried away from the scene. At the United Nations , France, Italy, Germany, Britain and Sweden called on the United States to "bring forward detailed proposals for an Israeli-Palestinian settlement".
  • Middle East protests erupt after Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital

    Middle East protests erupt after Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital

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    The stabbing comes amid heightened tensions in the region. Mogherini has joined many European Union leaders in expressing disapproval of the USA decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. "We will not abandon Jerusalem to the mercy of a state that kills children", he said at a political congress. "People around the world are very upset, not just the people in the pro-Palestine or Muslim countries but even the United Nations ", Qasqas said.
  • Storm Caroline to deliver gales, snow and ice to Eire

    Storm Caroline to deliver gales, snow and ice to Eire

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    STORM CAROLINE is set to bring heavy gales, snow, and ice to Ireland in the coming hours as the extreme weather conditions make their way from the United Kingdom to Irish shores. "It will also be bitterly cold, with highs of 2C or 3C outside those snow showers". In an yellow "be prepared" weather alert, the Met Office has warned of snow and ice across the United Kingdom today.
  • Anti-nuclear Nobel Peace group opens show of paper birds

    Anti-nuclear Nobel Peace group opens show of paper birds

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    ICAN, which brings together more than 450 organizations, was a driving force behind an worldwide treaty on banning nuclear weapons that was passed this year. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Thurlow described corpses lying on the ground, the injured and dying calling for help and the survivors looking like "a procession of ghosts".
  • Hyderabad youth shot by assailants in Chicago; family members seek govt help

    Hyderabad youth shot by assailants in Chicago; family members seek govt help

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    He is living in the USA with his wife at 4740 Whipple Street, Chicago Illinois, according to a tweet by the family. The family has approached External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for help. We are at a loss to understand who would have targeted my brother and why. Apparently, the firing took place after an argument in a parking lot; Akbar was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, according to reports .
  • Japan, US and South Korea to conduct missile detection drills

    Japan, US and South Korea to conduct missile detection drills

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    The US and South Korea held large-scale military drills last week that the North said made the outbreak of war "an established fact". The exercises, on Monday and Tuesday, will be the sixth drill sharing information in tracking ballistic missiles among the three nations, the defense force said.
  • Winter storm watch through Wednesday

    Winter storm watch through Wednesday

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    Outside of the snow belt, a few passing snow showers and flurries can't be ruled out with little to no accumulation expected. An arctic front is forecast to move south across the area Monday night bringing a broader area of snow to the snowbelt.
  • Marvin Lewis speechless after 'embarrassing' loss to Bears

    Marvin Lewis speechless after 'embarrassing' loss to Bears

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    While Bengals' linebacker and secondary units may be decimated by injuries, Atkins' presence could be enough to slow the Bears' running game and put pressure on Mitchell Trubisky . Whatever it was, it was clear the Bengals (5-8) were simply not prepared to face the Bears (4-9). LEADER OF THE PACK: Howard led a rushing attack that piled up 232 yards.
  • Another Vehicle Was Fired At During Random Freeway Shootings

    Another Vehicle Was Fired At During Random Freeway Shootings

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    MSP detectives are now interviewing this victim and collecting evidence. The evidence will be sent to the MSP crime lab for comparison. As Detroit police evidence technicians responded to the shooting scene, other techs responded to reports of a dead body found on Morang, a few yards across the street from where the boy was shot.
  • Woman Burns Down Cincinnati, Ohio, Home Trying To Kill Bedbugs

    Woman Burns Down Cincinnati, Ohio, Home Trying To Kill Bedbugs

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    Damage is estimated at $250,000. "My House caught fire n got burned down - all my stuff is gone maaaaaan", former resident Kamaron Lyshe wrote on Facebook , alongside a video of the burning building. A teen accidentally set his apartment on fire after he tried to kill a bed bug with alcohol and a match. The Cincinnati Fire Department has advised residents to hire professionals to battle future infestations, per a department announcement.
  • Thomas Fire triggers new evacuations in Santa Barbara County

    Thomas Fire triggers new evacuations in Santa Barbara County

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    The Santa Barbara Office of Emergency Management sent out another emergency alert at 2:49 a.m. clarifying that the evacuation order was for the area north of Carpinteria only and did not include Isla Vista or Goleta. "We know from changing climate that (fires) are going to exacerbate everything else (and) in the longer term, I think we have to think through how are we going to adjust ourselves to nature as it changes", he cautioned, his approach a stark contrast to that of United States ...
  • Roy Moore campaign casts Alabama race as referendum on Trump

    Roy Moore campaign casts Alabama race as referendum on Trump

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    Sen. Susan Collins made the comments on CBS' "Face the Nation". "We wanted to find a way to support Doug Jones and keep everything as positive as we could, which as you can imagine wasn't easy considering all the scary racist and homophobic things Roy Moore has said and done", Key told the Daily News.
  • Palestinians to snub Pence during visit over Jerusalem move

    Palestinians to snub Pence during visit over Jerusalem move

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    Embassy. On Dec. 6, U.S. President Donald Trump announced the U.S.'s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's "undivided" capital and said the U.S. Four Palestinians were killed in Gaza in Israeli airstrikes following rocket fire from there and in clashes along the border. In Jakarta, Indonesia, that thousands of protesters gathered outside the U.S.